Licence to Cook Case Studies

These case studies were produced by teachers working as Lead Practitioners for the Licence to Cook programme. Although the activities and worksheets they designed were based on the Licence to Cook programme, the resources demonstrate how the course could be changed and adapted to suit local needs.

The worksheets are provided with information on the intended year group and the key learning focus of the activity.

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Licence to Cook Case Studies: Product Evaluation

These case studies from Licence to Cook provide examples of activities and worksheets developed by lead practitioners to support the teaching of product evaluation in food technology.

[b]Word bank for evaluations sheets[/b] gives a table of sensory terms which can be used to help students select and use...

Licence to Cook Case Studies: Health and Safety

These case studies from Licence to Cook provide examples of activities and worksheets developed by lead practitioners to support the teaching of health and safety in food technology.

Safety and equipment is an example of a short worksheet for Year Seven students covering how to use a cooker...

Licence to Cook Case Studies: Cooking

These case studies from Licence to Cook provide examples of activities and worksheets developed by lead practitioners to support the teaching and learning of basic cooking skills in the classroom.

Making a snack is a homework activity which asks students to analyse and review a snack they...

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