biscuits_planning

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Weekly Planning Sheet  Year 5/6    D.T.  Autumn Term Weeks 2, 4, 6, 8    Dates w/b 11/09/06 25/09/06 9/10/06 30/10/06 Learning Objectives FOCUSED PRACTICAL TASKS (FPTs) To know that biscuits come in many forms eg sweet and  savoury, with a variety of shapes, textures and finishes. To develop skills in evaluating and describing food  characteristics To know that products are designed for different users and  this is an important consideration when designing. To continue to know that biscuits come in many  forms e.g. sweet and savoury, with a variety of  shapes, textures and finishes. To continue to develop skills in evaluating and  describing food characteristics. To continue to know that products are designed for  different users and this is an important consideration  when designing. To know about physical and chemical changes in food. To understand the processes involved in making biscuits. To follow instructions. To handle food safely and hygienically. To know that there are ways of adapting a basic recipe. To draw conclusions from research. DESIGN AND MAKE  ASSIGNMENT (DMA) Design and make a biscuit as a gift for a  festival or celebration To generate ideas through thought  showering. I.C.T. Internet research on different brands of biscuits, recipes etc.  Digital camera. Activities and Resources Show the children their biscuit booklets and give an  overview of the unit.   Pages 2 and 3 in booklet – RESEARCH and The  Biscuit Survey. Make a list of different types of biscuits and discuss  when and why they would be eaten.  Discuss my  favourite biscuits and reasons for liking them.  Discuss different members of my family and their  favourite biscuits.  Ask children to complete relevant  pages in their booklets.   What is a biscuit? When do we eat biscuits? Which   of the biscuits have the children tried before? Which   do they prefer? Have they always liked the same   biscuit or have their tastes changed? Do they know  the preferences of other people eg a parent, a younger  sister, an elderly relative? Plenary – discuss relative’s preferences and reason  why.  Also include designers what and who do they  need to consider when designing and making a  biscuit. Pages 4 and 5 in booklet – The Taste Test  and My Favourite Biscuit Profile. Provide a variety of biscuits eg sweet,  savoury, plain, flavoured, sandwiched, and  enrobed and discuss with the children  appearance, shape, cost, flavour, texture.  Record as a profile for each biscuit.
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