edexcel food technology markscheme jan 10

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GCSE
Design & Technology (Food Technology)
General Certificate of Secondary Education GCSE J302
General Certificate of Secondary Education (Short Course) GCSE J042
Mark Schemes for the Units
January 2010
J042/J302/MS/R/10J
Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations

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OCR (Oxford Cambridge and RSA) is a leading UK awarding body, providing a wide range of
qualifications to meet the needs of pupils of all ages and abilities. OCR qualifications include
AS/A Levels, Diplomas, GCSEs, OCR Nationals, Functional Skills, Key Skills, Entry
Level qualifications, NVQs and vocational qualifications in areas such as IT, business,
languages, teaching/training, administration and secretarial skills.
It is also responsible for developing new specifications to meet national requirements and the
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CONTENTS
General Certificate of Secondary Education
Design and Technology (Food Technology) (J302)
General Certificate of Secondary Education
Design and Technology (Food Technology) (Short Course) (J042)
MARK SCHEMES FOR THE UNITS
Unit/Content Page
A522 Sustainable design 1
A524 Technical Aspects of Designing and Making 12
Grade Thresholds 25…read more

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A522 Mark Scheme January 2010
A522 Sustainable design
Question Expected Answers Rationale Marks
1 D Red Red [1]
Total [1]
2 C Use by Use by [1]
Total [1]
3 A More vitamin C is retained More vitamin C is retained [1]
Total [1]
4 A July July [1]
Total [1]
5 A Prevent syneresis Prevent syneresis [1]
Total [1]
6 1x1 mark Accept just compost
Compostable food/packaging/compost
Biodegradable plastic packaging
Suitable for local authority compost collection.…read more

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A522 Mark Scheme January 2010
Question Expected Answers Rationale Marks
8 1x1 mark 1 mark
To prevent anaemia Do not accept healthy blood
To transport oxygen to all parts of the body Must make it clear that it states the function. Eg
Helps maintain cell functions Do not accept `blood cells' on its own.
Production of haemoglobin
Formation of red blood cells. [1]
Total [1]
9 1x1 mark 1 mark
Modified atmospheric packaging.…read more

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A522 Mark Scheme January 2010
SECTION B
Question Expected Answers Rationale Marks
16 (a) 2 x 1 mark 2 x 1 mark
Buying local ingredients
Buy ingredients from the UK
Buy from countries nearer to the UK
Using foods in season where possible [2]
Reduce the transport/air miles
(b) 3 x 1 mark 3 x 1 mark
Grill the bacon/dry fry the bacon/microwave bacon/do not add Do not accept low fat butter.…read more

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A522 Mark Scheme January 2010
Question Expected Answers Rationale Marks
Temperatures checked to ensure food is cooked
correctly/thoroughly/reference to specific temperature/use
food probe­ meat is a high risk food
Foods chilled quickly after cooking ­ within 90 mins/to prevent
growth of bacteria
Storage of the finished product at 5°C or below ­ out of the
danger zone/bacterial growth slowed down
Micro biological checks/chemical carried out during
production ­ to ensure no contamination
Cleaning of vegetables ­ chlorinated water to reduce bacterial
and physical contamination
Temperature…read more

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A522 Mark Scheme January 2010
Question Expected Answers Rationale Marks
16 (f) 2 x 1 mark 2 x 1 mark
Must have correct heading next to the symbol
Keep Britain Tidy/Litter man
Recycle/ Recycle now [2]
(g) 2 marks 1 mark for brief response/statement
1 mark for brief response/statement 2 marks if an explanation is clear
2 marks if an explanation is clear
A source that can be replaced ­ with an appropriate example
eg paper or card packaging used instead of plastic.…read more

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A522 Mark Scheme January 2010
Question Expected Answers Rationale Marks
(b) 2 x 1 mark 2 x 1 mark
1 mark for brief explanation 1 mark for brief explanation
2 marks for a detailed explanation 2 marks for a detailed explanation
Provide outdoor space for roaming in addition to an indoor Do not accept `more space' unless qualified
shelter ­ instead of being in a confined space
Indoor barns at night ­ for shelter
Follow EU regulations - about the amount of space per
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A522 Mark Scheme January 2010
Question Expected Answers Rationale Marks
(e) 2 x 1 marks 2 x 1 marks
1 mark for statement 1 mark for statement
1 mark for the explanation 1 mark for the explanation
In a refrigerator ­ High risk food/growth of bacteria slowed
down
Away from strong smelling food ­ porous shells ­ picks up
flavour
Check eggs are not damaged/cracked ­ as dirt and bacteria
might have got inside.…read more

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