GCSE Home Economics: Food and Nutrition OCR Teaching Resources

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Russian Cuisine
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These worksheets give students the opportunity to try five different foods from Russia and to use their sences to describe them
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The Cycle Of Poverty
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These worksheets look at life through the eyes of a poor family as to whether they should move from the country to the city, where they should move to and how to make money. One way of making money in the city is by making paper bags, they are sold to shop and stall holders who sell rice and spices. Ten bags will earn them 1 rupee (1p)! In groups they make as many bags as they can in thirty minutes…
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India's Wealth
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These worksheets have the students reasoning what we need to live and looking specifically at how wealth is distributed in India
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Special Economic Zones - India
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These worksheets look at India’s main objectives to forming SEZs and the arguments before and against them, with the students debating these at the conclusion.
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Indian Food
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This lesson allows students to identify different fruits and vegetables which originate from India. They sample the foods and give a detailed description of specific fruits. They also have the opportunity to compare differences between ours and traditional Indian meal times
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A Cup Of Tea
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Not many of us consider where our early morning cup of tea comes from, or at least no further than the kitchen cupboard or local supermarket, but the humble tea leaf has been on quite a journey. There was a time when it was all quite simple and it all came from China, however today there are thousands of tea estates across the world.
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Tea And Coffee
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These worksheets look at how our tea and coffee are made and produced as well as where. The history of how they were discovered are also looked at.
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Coffee - A Cup Of Brazil
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Not many of us consider where our early morning cup of coffee comes from, or at least no further than the kitchen cupboard or local supermarket, but the humble coffee bean has been on quite a journey. Today the largest producer of the coffee bean is Brazil; however there are thousands of coffee estates across the world.
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Tourism As An Economic Activity
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These worksheets look at tourism as an economic activity. Students identify how jobs can be categorised into different sectors as well as being seasonal. A cloropleth map is used to identify different countries GDPs and to discuss the mattern which ermerges.
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What Does England Produce?
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England is known for its fish and chips, roast dinners, pies and surprisingly curry! In fact, curry is the number one meal eaten in England today. England is also where the sandwich was invented.
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