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Food Technology vs Food & Nutrition

Discussion in 'Design and technology' started by pinkcat, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. We changed to WJEC a couple of years ago . There are 2 Controlled assessments one in each year both fairly short
     
  2. Its three controlled assessments (=30%) AND a food study (=30%) and then the exam (=40%)
    OJ
     
  3. Hi,
    I started with wjec, the course seems good but am not a food teacher and am working
    alone in the dept, I am in London (Harlesden NW10). Would love to share ideas with someone.
    Any advise would be helpful in teaching the course.
    regards
    Guddo
     
  4. We did it a number of years ago with AQA, it was boring, too much science in it. not enough practical. Pick something your pupils will actually enjoy. We teach WJEC Catering and the kids love it, lots of practical work. Ask your pupils what they would like to do, give them a rough breakdown of what's covered.
     

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