Teach your students how to make a simple treat, or use it as an edible Christmas decoration. There are lessons to be learned from this one-day kitchen exposure. I developed this lesson especially for a grade 6-7 class who didn't know the first thing about expectations in the Food Science room. If you are non-Food Science trained, this is a good place to start by laying down the ground rules. The Food Science teacher will appreciate good practices and will invite you and your class back if you train them early on expectations and behaviors. This is also a great lesson to leave for a teacher-on-call, with or without experience.
At least ten pages, including:
1. Expectations and Behaviors (and Behaviours-Cdn) Appropriate for the Food Science Classroom
2. A Lab Assessment Rubric - for self-awareness of behavior
3. Cooking Lab Self-Marking Sheet - students take on responsibilities
4. Supplies and Ingredients Lists
5. Measurements in Imperial and Metric - lab size recipes (small)
6. Photographs of actual students making these
7. Evaluation of the actual nutrition. Yes, I know it isn't good. The lesson is looking at just what it is!
8. Questions regarding nutrition. 2 pages - one for students to research the nutritional values, and one where the information is supplied (for younger students).
Enjoy your time in the Food Science Room!
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