Food Challenges for GCSE Food Preparation: Tricky Desserts

Food Challenges for GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition: Tricky Desserts

Suitable for AQA, OCR, Eduqas and WJEC

Energise your students with these dynamic and engaging food challenges! 15–20 stimulating ‘pick-up-and-go’ challenges – with teacher’s guidance and write-on worksheets – designed to maximise students’ investigative and research skills in preparation for the NEA and develop knowledge for the exam!

Progressive challenges

(Easy, Medium and Hard) include:
battling with time pressures, recognising safety issues, modifying cooking methods, exploring preparation techniques, determining temperatures, plus many more.

Teacher’s guidance and answers – for effortless delivery…

  • Comprehensive overview of each challenge – learning outcomes, safety tips, equipment and ingredients lists
  • Clear and accessible instructions for all activities
  • Answers included – perfect for peer and self-assessment

… easy to fit into any S.o.W – simplifying your planning and preparation!

Challenges enable students to practice food preparation and sensory evaluation skills.

  • Focused worksheets with well-thought-out activities – encourages students to document decisions, explore techniques, research findings and adapt their cooking methods.
  • Thoughtful spec-specific questions and discussions – embeds theory and advances critical reflection and communication skills.

Are your students ready for the challenge?

Price is £64 — Includes photocopiable master with site licence; electronic copies available. Orders are normally dispatched in 2-5 working days.

Click here for full details and to order.

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