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Name:Abbey

Leadbeater
Link: http://aclfoodjourney.weebly.com/

JOHN PAUL COLLEGE


HUMAN ECOLOGY Year 9 Semester 1,
2015
DIMENSION 1: Knowledge and Understanding
DIMENSION 2: Reasoning and Communicating Process
DIMENSION 3: Practical Performance

FOOD STUDIES

UNIT: Around The World in


40 Days

RESEARCH ASSESSMENT Multimodal


Response
4 weeks, in-class/own time, research, library and internet resources,
teacher assistance, 400 600 words (or equivalent)

Reasoning and
Knowledge and understanding
communicating processes

Dimens
ion

The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
description
of a
comprehensi
ve range of
significant
facts and
definitions
relevant to
food and
culture

thorough

explanation
and application
of relevant food
and culture
concepts.

The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
description
of a
comprehensi
ve range of
facts and
definitions
relevant to
food and
culture

The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
thorough
analysis of
significant,
relevant
information
from a
variety of
sources

synthesis

and discerning
and detailed
justification of
valid and
supported
conclusions or
solutions

The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
detailed
analysis of
relevant
information
from a
variety of
sources

detailed

explanation
and application
of relevant food
and culture
concepts.

synthesis

and detailed
justification of
supported
conclusions or
solutions

C
The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
description
of facts and
definitions
that relate
to food and
culture

explanation
and application
of key food and
culture
concepts.

The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
analysis of
relevant
information
from sources

synthesis

and justified
conclusions or
solutions

D
The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
description
of simple
facts and
definitions
that relate
food and
culture

simple

explanation of
key food and
culture
concepts..

The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
simple
analysis of
information
from
provided
sources
synthesis

and simple
conclusions or
solutions

E
The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
identification
of simple
facts and
definitions

identification
of aspects of
key food and
culture
concepts.

The student
work has the
following
characteristics:
aspects of
information
from
provided
sources

conclusions
or solutions

effective use
and sustained
control of
communication
using
appropriate
modes and
language for a
website for
adolescents.

Pra

The student
work has the
following

effective use
and control of
communication
using
appropriate
modes and
language for a
website for
adolescents.

The student
work has the
following

Dimension 1: A

suitable

communication
, appropriate
modes and
language for a
website for
adolescents.

The student
work has the
following

use of

communication
and modes to
present
information.

The student
work has the
following

Dimension 2: A

communicati
on of aspects of
information.

The student
work has the
following

Dimension 3: A-

COMMENT
Abbey your website was engaging and relevant for the purpose of the task. It contained a
variety of relevant information about the countries investigated demonstrating a
comprehensive understanding of each location and its cuisine. Your research was
extensive and you provided a thorough look into the cuisine of each country and
communicated this well using a variety of multimodal tools. One area to improve on is
referencing these sources in your website. It was great to see you communicate using
tools such as wordle, images and video to enhance the appeal of your website.
Throughout the term you ventured out of your comfort zone to prepared and produced
skilful dishes representing each of the countries your investigated. These were
incorporated well in your website. Excellent work Abbey, keep it up!

TEACHER SIGNATURE:
08/06/2015

DATE:

Common Curriculum Elements

Recognising letters, words and other symbols


Finding material in an indexed collection
Interpreting the meaning of words or other symbols
Interpreting the meaning of pictures/illustrations
Interpreting the meaning of tables or diagrams or maps or
graphs
Using correct spelling, punctuation, grammar
Using vocabulary appropriate to a context
Summarising/condensing written text
Recording/noting data
Setting out/presenting/arranging/displaying
Explaining to others
Expounding a viewpoint

Empathising
Comparing, contrasting
Reaching a conclusion which is consistent with a given set
of assumptions
Generalising from information
Analysing
Synthesising
Judging/evaluating
Creating/composing/devising
Justifying
Searching and locating items/information
Manipulating / operating / using equipment

Sketching / drawing