1. Demonstrate historical understanding of food production and consumption, with reference to processes of imperialism and industrialisation, and applying the concepts of gender, class, race, power and modernity as appropriate.
2. Develop inquiry/research skills, including the ability to effectively access and interpret a wide variety of primary and secondary materials, both electronic and paper-based.
3. Practice critical-thinking, creative problem-solving and cultural literacy skills through analysing historical evidence, scholarship and changing representations of the past.
4. Develop effective literacy and communication skills through the practice of oral and written communication.
5. Show how history and historians shape the present and can contribute to envisaging new futures by reflecting on social, environmental and economic change and challenges in relation to food sustainability for future generations.