Year 11 Food coursework

Complete task analysis and all research for your chosen project. Task choices attached below:

Task choices 2019-2020

Use the tick list and timeline attached to help complete the research. Research should be no more than 2 sides of A4.

11A NEA 1 Investigation task – Student checklist and timeline

Here is a template booklet that can be used to work into to help with the layout of the project:

Food investigation task template booklet

Lots of project examples available in the food room.

Year 11 ICT (Mrs Cook’s group)

Year 11 ICT (Mrs Cook’s group)

Choose one of these websites:

http://whoami.sciencemuseum.org.uk/whoami/thingdom

https://www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/museum-virtual-tour

https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/about/wonders/

Examine one of these websites using the headings: Analysis, Name of product reviewed, Platform viewed on, Delivery method, Purpose, Target audience, House style, User interface, Layout, Navigation methods, Media used, Accessibility.

 

11D Geog

Produce a detailed poster for the UK government, to show the strategies being used to reduce regional differences in the UK (P248/9)

  • You must describe (using examples) each strategy
  • You must then explain how this may reduce regional differences (reduce the north-south divide)

 

  • Local Enterprise Partnerships (inc. Lancashire example)
  • Enterprise Zones
  • Transport improvements
  • ‘Northern Powerhouse’
  • Encouragement of foreign investment

11A Geog

Produce a detailed poster for the UK government, to show the strategies being used to reduce regional differences in the UK (P248/9)

  • You must describe (using examples) each strategy
  • You must then explain how this may reduce regional differences (reduce the north-south divide)

 

  • Local Enterprise Partnerships (inc. Lancashire example)
  • Enterprise Zones
  • Transport improvements
  • ‘Northern Powerhouse’
  • Encouragement of foreign investment

11A Geog

Torr Quarry, Somerset (p241)

1.What rock is quarried at Torr Quarry and what is it used for?

2.How is the rock transported away from the quarry?

3.How environmentally sustainable is this form of transport?

4.What is the importance of the quarry to the local community?

5.Describe the impact of the quarry on the environment (photo D)

6.What evidence is there that restoration has already begun

7.To what extent is the quarry being managed in an environmentally sustainable way?