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Food coursework sample powerpoint

food brief template

Project Aims

conclussion to brief powerpoint

Conclussions to brief-PowerPoint

RM Projects KS3
Ipod Amp Project
Frame Project
Storage Box
Pewter Casting Project
Coat Hook Project
Puzzle Project
Mechancal Toy Project
Food Technology KS3
Food Year7
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Food History
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Board Game Project
Pop-Up Card & Nets Project
History of Design
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Bag Project
Cushion Project
Hat Project
Textiles Theory
D of E
Duke of Edinburgh's Award
Food techCousre deadlines
celebrations brief






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food brief templates on powerpoint

AQA complete set of templates/guidence

Food Brief Template
Food Brief template
childrens healthy food
childrens healthy food
celebtations design brief

Celebtations design brief

muticultural design brief

Muticultural design brief

Food KS4 template

Food KS4 template

10 Yummy cake recipes

10 Yummy cake recipes

GCSE Food Coureswork
Analysing the Brief
Design Page
Production Plan
Quality of Manufacture
Test and Evaluate
Theory Powerpoints
Food Revision
Food Quiz Box





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Analysing the Brief explained...

Your design and make activities start with a design brief. The brief should be clear, precise statement of what you are going to design and make. Your also need to identify a situation for design.


To get top marks (3) you will:

Write a clear statement of what you are going to design (and make) as a design brief. Analyse key words relating to your design brief.

Clarify design needs by providing enough detailed information to allow you to research your project in greater depth

Separate design and make activities
Task: Celebration
Design brief: To design a luxury range of ready-made products suitable for a celebration. The range of food products should be individual portions, visually striking and aimed at working adults.
The separate design and make task allow for different products to be created in each of the two controlled assessment tasks. For example, the focus for the design task might be savoury foods and, for the make task, desserts.

Combined design and make activities

Task: Multicultural food products
Design brief: To design and make a multicultural range of food products suitable for sale in a local cafe.
User group feedback is useful at several stages of the design process, so by identifying a real client or target group for your project, you can then make design decisions based on their comments and feedback in both the design and make activities.
Identifying the main issues for your design brief will help you to focus on exactly what needs to be done. Good starting points for inspiration are mind-mapping and attribute analysis. This allows you to target a specific design need.

Brainstorming or mind maps help to identify the important things that need to be considered before designing. Do this independently or as group work.
Attribute analysis is used to clarify key features of the design brief, by identifying ingredients, properties and functions of food products for your target group.
Mood boards or collages can also help to focus on the choice of food products, presentation, skills and techniques used to make the food products and also potential users groups or target markets. However, they must be kept focused and relevant.