AQA GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition – Digital Book Bundle

Dr Anita Tull, Garry Littlewood, Gill Maitland, Karen Worger

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ISBN: 9781908682796 Category:

Publication date: 28/06/16

Pages: n/a

Exam board: AQA

Level: GCSE

Subject: Food, Hospitality and Catering

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Simple to use. No subscription. Access anywhere.  Enhance your teaching and deliver creative and engaging lessons with our custom-made digital resource.

To accompany the textbook, our Digital Book is a unique web-based resource that provides a host of additional features and ‘ready-to-run’ teaching resources all linked to the Student Book pages.

The Digital Book is presented in a ‘Bundle’, which comprises a Student Digital Book and a Teacher Digital Book.

The Bundle is available for a one-off and affordable price –  this is not a subscription product.

The Digital Book works on a wide range of web browsers, is simple to use and is designed to look as good on your tablet as your computer or whiteboard.

Student Digital Book

Designed to be used alongside the Student Book, the digital version really enhances learning.

Provides a wide range of custom-made materials and resources, created especially for the qualification, accessed via special ‘hot-spots’ on the page, including:

  • Films of all the key cooking techniques and skills
  • Animations explaining difficult scientific concepts

All resources have been carefully designed to be student-focused and are hosted on a website so you and your students can access them whenever you are online.

Teacher Digital Book

Allows you to easily integrate digital resources into your teaching. Can be used front-of-class to enhance teaching and learning, or accessed anywhere to assist in lesson preparation

All the content and functionality of the Student Digital Book plus a wide range of other resources created especially for the course, including:

  • Additional ‘teacher-tested’ recipes in printable A4 format that work within a standard-length lesson
  • Step-by-steps from the films ready to print
  • Engaging activities in pdf format
  • Numerous practice questions and a suggested Scheme of Learning

20 created films, are available in the student digital book covering cooking skills and processes. Created and filmed specially for this new qualification, related science animations are flagged and key terms highlighted throughout. See below for a sample film.

Printable step-by-steps of these skills and processes are available via the teacher digital book.  Linked to the films are 20 animations which explain relevant scientific aspects of cooking processes in a very accessible way. They can be watched independently or in conjunction with the films. See below for a sample animation.

Dr Anita Tull is the author of several renowned student books. She has worked in food and cooking skills education for forty years and has taught food, nutrition and cooking skills to children, teenagers and adults in a range of different schools and community initiatives; and hospitality and catering in a further education college. In 2015 she was awarded a PhD by the Centre for Food Policy, City, University of London.

Garry Littlewood is a Subject Leader for Food at Huntington School, York and teaches KS3, GCSE and A Level. He is involved in a CPD programme for the school and the City of York. In addition to teaching, Garry has moderating and GCSE specification development experience.

Gill Maitland is Deputy Head Teacher at The Duchess's Community High School, Alnwick, with responsibility for teaching and learning. She has undertaken research projects with the Campaign for Learning and has taught Food and Nutrition courses and AQA Food Technology at GCSE and A level for many years. Gill has examining and GCSE specification development experience.

Karen Worger is Senior Assistant Headteacher at Wollaston School in Northamptonshire. She has taught KS3 Food Technology, GCSE Food Technology and BTEC Hospitality for many years. Karen has moderating and examining experience for GCSE and has authored teacher resources for teachers and students at KS4.

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