Policies and legislation are an exceedingly difficult concept to teach. This resource helps to show students that policies and legislation are different and tests their understanding in a variety of ways over two comprehensive lessons.
As students often find it confusing to distinguish the difference between policies and legislation this resource is vital for any HSC Food Technology Teacher. Use this resource to help students strengthen their understanding in a super rich task. This resource examines a range of policies and legislation that are relevant to food technology. It provides students with the opportunity for collaboration, group work, autonomous learning and questioning. Students can then apply their knowledge to a variety of questions on a comprehensive worksheet. Teachers answers and instructions are provided to give extra clarity.
Use this resource to ensure that your students understand the difference between policy and legislation and can recall this information for their HSC.
Food Technology Stage 6 > Year 12 > The Australian Food IndustryH1.2
Australian Food Industry
Policy and Legislation
H1.2 examines the nature and extent of the Australian food industry.
Students Learn About:
Students Learn to:
May potentially be relevant to:
Topic 3: Labelling and Food Safety
Topic 4: Developing Food Solutions
Area of Study 3: Political and Legal Influences
Core Area 1: Hospitality and food production systems
Safety and Hygiene
Food safety and hygiene including:
– food safety plans and systems
– perishability and storage of food commodities cleaning procedures
– relevant legislation and standards:
– Work Health and Safety Act 2011.
Units Sold: 5
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