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D&T Key Resources
Food Early KS3 Resource pack
First published 2015; updated 2016
This pack contains four sets of resources covering food teaching and learning at Early KS3 (Year 7). The resources are also available as individual units and as a full set covering the whole of KS3. They form part of a whole KS3 scheme covering Textiles, Food, Systems and Control and Product Design.
Early KS3 – Mainly Designing: Catering for needs – 2 hours
Generating food products to meet the needs of the consumer. This considers consumer needs and choices and how to plan diets for children, teenagers, the elderly, vegetarians, and medical and religious needs. It considers adapting recipes using alternative ingredients. In the practical session students are asked to adapt a lasagne to meet the needs of a vegetarian consumer.
Early KS3 – Mainly Making: Practical skills building – 8 hours
This covers the introduction to the kitchen environment, food safety and safe working, establishing routines and building basic culinary skills. It considers at food safety through personal hygiene and the 4 Cs, as well as healthy eating principles. Practical lessons have students making baked beans on toast, a fruit salad, ratatouille and bolognaise.
Early KS3 – Design and Make: Design for health – 5 hours
Producing a healthier meal aimed at teenagers. Students investigate factors affecting food choices before designing and making a meal suitable for a teenager. They consider factors such as the importance of a balanced diet, cost, availability, cultural and religious practices and health concerns. Practical lessons include making a stir fry, a curry and kofta before working independently on their final choice of meal.
Early KS3 – Technology in Society: Future food – 1-2 hours
This unit considers how we might feed the world population in the future using lab-grown meat or insects as an alternative food source by investigating new and emerging technologies and investigating alternative food production methods.
Each resource pack comprises:
Free resource also available: Learning Planner and Assessing Without Levels - Teachers' Guide
These Design and Technology Key Resources form part of a KS3 plan for D&T learning and a project bank from which you can choose to populate your school’s learning plan. Other resources in the plan cover curriculum areas of Textiles, Systems and Control and Product Design.
These resources have been developed to help teachers who are looking to move their schemes of work from craft-based focused projects, where the craft outcome is the critical factor, towards planning D&T learning units that focus on students’ learning in design and technology.
The resources are designed to enable you to either use the full KS3 learning programme or to plan your own using these available units from the bank. You can use these units with others from the ever growing bank available on the D&T Association website or you can design your own to fit your school’s requirements.
Each learning unit has been designed by starting with selected learning objectives from the 2014 National Curriculum. From here the units have been developed with tasks, activities and experiences which provide opportunities for students to learn and demonstrate what they have learned. Furthermore assessment opportunities have been 'designed in' where teachers can assess whether students have learned what the unit has set out to teach them. To make them easier to reference in medium and short term plans they have been coded DB1, MA2, MB7 etc. A full reference table of coded learning objectives is included in this pack.
Across all material components of D&T resources have been developed for Early, Mid, and Late Key Stage 3 and are of varying lengths, each with a different theme and approaching the activities from a different learning focus:
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