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Food Preparation & Nutrition


AQA GCSE Food Preparation & Nutrition: Revision Guide

Author(s): Anita Tull


awarding body: AQA


level: GCSE


isbn: 978-1-908682-80-2


subject: Food Preparation and Nutrition


Pages: 152 pp


£12.99



       

Out now!  An invaluable aid for consolidating knowledge both at home for revision, and at school as a topic-by-topic summary as the course progresses.

 

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Written by renowned author Dr Anita Tull, this revision guide will provide your students with reassuring support as they study through the course and all the essential knowledge they need to revise for their written exam. The information is presented in a colourful and highly visual way, with numerous photos and diagrams used to help explain key concepts

 - Summaries are included for every topic in the course

 - Mindmaps help students remember what they are revising

 - Key terms needed for exam answers are provided for every topic

 - Activities provide support for learning topics and testing knowledge.

 - Revision Tips give ideas and suggestions about different ways of revising

 - Exam skills and techniques are reinforced with a dedicated chapter of advice and guidance

 - Practice exam-style questions (with answers available) provide plenty practice for the exam

 

Contents

Chapter 1: Nutrients

Chapter 2: Nutritional needs and health

Chapter 3: Cooking of food and heat transfer

Chapter 4: Functional and chemical properties of food

Chapter 5: Food spoilage and contamination

Chapter 6: Principles of food safety

Chapter 7: Factors affecting food choice

Chapter 8: British and international cuisines

Chapter 9: Sensory evaluation

Chapter 10: Environmental impact and sustainability

Chapter 11: Processing and production

Chapter 12: Getting ready for the written examination

Answers

 

About the author:

Anita Tull is the author of several renowned student books, including Food and Nutrition 3rd Edition and The Good School Food Guide.  She has taught food, nutrition and cooking skills to both children and adults in a range of different schools and colleges.  Anita has recently taught AQA GCSE Food and Nutrition at a school in Tunbridge Wells and been awarded a PhD by the Centre for Food Policy, City University, London for a thesis entitled 'Why teach (young) people how to cook?  A critical analysis of education and policy in transition'.