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Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1
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Chocolate Is It Fair Lesson 1

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An introductory lesson to Fair Trade Chocolate

An introductory lesson to Fair Trade Chocolate

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  • 1. Chocolate Is it Fair?
  • 2. What are we learning today? Responsiveness To learn where cocoa is grown and understand how it is made into chocolate. Enquiry Creativity Skills Knowledge Attitudes
  • 3. What is your favourite chocolate?
  • 4. How does chocolate make you feel? Thrilled Superior Sublime Stable Sympathy Surprised Satisfied Relieved Relaxed Positive Pride Powerful Pleasant Peaceful Playfulness Pleasure Love Lust Magnificent Joyful Interested Inspired Humorous Hopeful Happy Graceful Glamorous Glorious Grateful Great Good Glad Fascinated Excellent Empathy Elation Expectant Exhilarated Excited Enthusiastic Energetic Eager Delighted Determined Confident Courageous Compassion Comfortable Cheerful Charmed Certain Capable Able Assured Awe Adequate
  • 5. Discovering Chocolate Photograph Hunters
  • 6. Learning Activity
    • How would you describe Ghana in 50 words. Use the research you carried out during the photograph hunters activity and your summarising skills.
  • 7. Chocolate Everywhere!
    • Colour and label all the cocoa producing countries on your map.
    • Give your map a title and label the Equator.
    • Describe the location of cocoa producing countries. (quote facts)
    • What does there location tell you about growing cocoa?
  • 8. How is chocolate made? Listen Carefully
  • 9. How chocolate is made…. Cacao trees are grown in tropical regions of South America, Africa and Asia where the climate is hot and wet. Pods grow upto 25cm long. Inside each pod there are around 45 white beans. Harvesting the pods is hardwork. Workers will often attach knives to long sticks in order to cut down the pods.
  • 10. How chocolate is made…. After harvesting, the beans are fermented to improve the flavour. Fermentation turns the beans brown. The beans are covered in banana leaves. The beans are left to ferment for 6 days.
  • 11. How chocolate is made…. The beans are put into sacks of around 70kgs, graded for quality and sold to the chocolate industry through ‘buyers’. The sacks are then transported to chocolate factories in the U.K., such as York.
  • 12. How chocolate is made…. The beans are cleaned and roasted at the chocolate factory. They are then ground in order to make a liquid called cocoa liquor, which turns solid once cooled.
  • 13. How chocolate is made…. The chocolate is turned into a paste and rolled. Milk is then added to the chocolate. Machines then stir the chocolate. Machines cool and heat the chocolate repeatedly to improve the appearance
  • 14. How chocolate is made…. The chocolate is moulded into bars, or used to cover sweet centres. The finish product is packaged and sent to the shops.
  • 15. Learning Activity
    • Create a storyboard for Children visiting Cadbury’s World at Birmingham. Create a cartoon based on ‘A day in the life of a cocoa bean’
    What would make a good storyboard? Lets think of at least 5 things our storyboard must contain. 6 to 8 slides in length
  • 16. What if there weren’t any chocolate? What if there weren’t any chocolate? People would be healthier Mind Mapping - Negative Brainstorm
  • 17. Thinking About My Learning

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