Food and Fibres - Year 3 (Lesson 2 - one hour)

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1. Curriculum Links

1.1. Design and Technologies

1.1.1. ACTDEK012 - Investigate food and fibre production and food technologies used in modern and traditional societies

1.1.2. ACTDEP015 - Generate, develop, and communicate design ideas and decisions using appropriate technical terms and graphical representation technique

1.2. Digital Technologies

1.2.1. ACTDIK007 - Identify and explore a range of digital systems with peripheral devices for different purposes, and transmit different types of data

2. Focus Questions

2.1. What are some different categories of food that you know?

2.1.1. processed, dried, frozen, fresh, pickled etc.

2.2. What category do you think this food belongs in?

2.2.1. create Popplet to demonstrate ideas (compare as class)

2.2.1.1. Popplet

2.2.2. processed, dried, frozen, fresh, pickled etc

2.3. What foods do you eat at home?

2.3.1. What foods can you find around your house?

2.3.2. Can you find more fresh, frozen, dried etc?

2.4. How do you think this item of food is made?

2.4.1. Why do you think this would be different to how this food is made?

2.4.1.1. reflect on last lesson of farm productions

2.5. How do you think this food goes from farm to fork?

2.5.1. cool food planet resource to create flowchart demonstrating farm to fork

2.6. Reflecting on last lesson what are some ways that food is made?

2.6.1. farms, factories etc.

2.6.2. Is it just food that is made in farms?

2.6.2.1. No, reflect on cotton farms etc.

3. Materials Required

3.1. Ipads (1 to 1)

3.1.1. Popplet app installed and working

3.1.1.1. Popplet

3.1.2. computers (if not enough iPad's)

3.1.3. Food from farms - Cool Food Planet

3.2. Whiteboard

3.2.1. interactive or normal

3.2.2. markers as needed

3.3. Coloured card

3.3.1. enough to establish different food categories and add definition

3.4. Students workbooks or plain paper

3.4.1. pens and pencils to write and draw with

4. Lesson structure

4.1. 1. Introduction - whole class (15 mins)

4.1.1. Refresh previous lesson

4.1.1.1. Students to say different types of food

4.1.1.1.1. Whole class create categories of foods

4.2. 2. body - partners (10 mins)

4.2.1. students given iPad (1 between 2)

4.2.1.1. Students to create Popplet categorising different foods

4.2.1.1.1. how do students think these different foods are made?

4.3. 3. body - individual (5 mins)

4.3.1. students draw what items they have in their house

4.3.1.1. students draw what items they have for dinner

4.3.1.1.1. what category do they think that falls under?

4.4. 4. body - individual (20 mins)

4.4.1. iPad/computer (1 to 1)

4.4.1.1. explore cool food planet website

4.4.1.1.1. Food from farms - Cool Food Planet

4.5. 5. conclusion

4.5.1. come back together as whole class

4.5.1.1. discuss how particular food goes from farm to fork

4.5.1.1.1. plenary