Outcomes Be aware of the Junk Food Science Project videos and associated curriculum and CPD resources Be aware of the Junk Food Science News Report KS 3 and 4 Lesson videos and associated curriculum resources Planned how you will use the News Report resources with your class
Project Team Teachers TV Centre for Science Education, Sheffield Hallam University Illumina
Project Aims To support the teaching and learning of Food and Healthy Eating through the use of innovative contexts, curriculum and CPD videos and resources
News Report KS3/4 lesson resources Eating Whatever You Like? video whatever-you-likewww.teachers.tv/videos/eating- whatever-you-like News Report video News Report KS3 and 4 Lesson Activity Sheets – download these at News Report KS3 and 4 Lesson Teacher Notes – download these at Presentation for use in class – News Report KS3 and 4 Lesson Sample Slides – download this at food-sciencewww.teachers.tv/videos/junk- food-science CPD Video – Teaching the KS3/4 News Report Lesson – Download these resources from the Teachers TV website to use in this session
CPD video Read the Teachers Notes and then Watch the CPD video (www.teachers.tv/videos/teaching-the-ks3-4-news-report-lesson)www.teachers.tv/videos/teaching-the-ks3-4-news-report-lesson Discuss the following questions How did the teacher introduce the context? How did the children develop and share the ideas introduced in the news report video? How did the teachers engage the students in discussion? How did the children make their decisions? What alternatives to banning did the children generate? How did the teachers conclude the lesson? What aspects of the curriculum are covered by the lesson?
Starter Watch Eating Whatever You Like? video (www.teachers.tv/videos/eating-whatever- you-like) and then discuss the following questionwww.teachers.tv/videos/eating-whatever- you-like Would you use this to introduce the lesson before introducing the starter activity?
Main Lesson Activities Watch News Report video What arguments and evidence were used to support the ban? What arguments and evidence were used to oppose the ban? How would you use the video to enable your students to record and discuss the arguments for and against? How would you introduce the ideas of fact and opinion? How would you facilitate group decision making? How would you encourage students to develop alternative ideas to banning?
Plenary How would you debrief the group discussions and decisions? How would you consolidate the learning?
Additional Activities and Resources There are range of additional ideas provided in the Teachers Notes to help you develop a cross-curricular topic on Healthy Eating, including Extension work, Additional activities Science upd8 activities Links to other Teachers TV videos How would you use these additional ideas?