Presentation on theme: "London Fields Bake Off 2013 Year 3. Background Research We looked a selection of biscuits on sale at the moment, discussing their presentation and whether."— Presentation transcript:
Background Research We looked a selection of biscuits on sale at the moment, discussing their presentation and whether or not they were appealing. We then got to taste the biscuits! We compared two different biscuits, thinking about what we liked and didn’t like about them and how easy they would be to bake.
Market research As we were selling our biscuits at the summer fair to parents we wanted to know what they wanted to buy. They were our target audience. We designed questions to send home to see what our adults wanted to buy.
Design Specification We analysed the results of our questionnaire to create a design specification of what our final biscuit design needed to include.
Focused Practical Task Ready to go! The results of our focused practical! We adapted our basic biscuit recipe to create 3 different types of biscuits. We made a healthy wholemeal biscuit, a sweet fruit biscuit and a chocolate chip biscuit. Which would you prefer?
Focused Practical Task We evaluated the results of our focus practical, rating each biscuit out of 10 against our design specification. The chocolate and fruit biscuits were most popular!
Designs Next we created 2 designs to fit our design specification, adapting some elements from our focus practical ideas. We wanted our biscuits to look as good as possible so they would all get sold at the summer fair!
Final Design The final designs produced by Ash, Elm and Oak class.
Using our design specification and final design we created a final recipe. This was our basic recipe adapted to the needs of our target audience. We made sure they were beautifully presented so they could form part of the exclusive London Fields Bake Off Recipe Book!
Baking the Final Product Ash, Elm and Oak baking their final biscuits!
Evaluation Finally we evaluated our final product against our design specification. We considered how our biscuit looked, how it met the specification and which parts of the process we found easy and difficult. Overall we were really pleased with our biscuits and really enjoyed making them!
We hope you enjoyed our biscuits as much as we enjoyed making them!