The Cooking Classroom

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The Cooking Classroom
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This product contains 8 "What would you do if.....?" scenarios involving possible kitchen accidents. I print them off on cardstock, laminate, then cut each sheet into fourths. I give one randomly to each kitchen group during our kitchen safety
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This product is a four page study guide emphasizing both kitchen safety (preventing cuts, burns, falls, shocks, poison) and sanitation (preventing food borne illness). It is appropriate for middle schoolers and compliments most textbooks and videos
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This power point includes 14 slides with colorful photos that teach students the principles of meal planning: nutrition, flavor balance, color, texture, temperature, size and shape. Each slide offers an opportunity for discussion, and the final
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This product is a list of 90 "Food" words with their definition. I write one per day on my whiteboard for the students to copy down on a monthly blank calendar as a warm-up while I take attendance. Great for starting conversations and expanding
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This product contains a total of 5 pages. First is a combined list of the 4 cooking lab jobs that each group of 4 students will have: Master Chef, Sous Chef, Kitchen Manager, and Sanitation Chief, as well as the list of duties for each. This page
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This product is a set of three documents. First is Cooking Lab Plan Organizer that students use to plan a cooking lab prior to the day they cook. It includes space to list the items they will need, write down names for each job, and assign
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This product gives instructions and a place to organize notes for a creative menu planning project. After learning the basic principles of meal planning (see my Meal Planning Powerpoint), students are to come up with their own appealing menu for
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This organizer contains a space for notes about each of the six principles that should be considered when planning an appealing meal: nutrition, flavor balance, color, texture, temperature, size and shape. It works perfectly with my Meal Planning
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This powerpoint has colorful photos and teaches students the principles of baking, such as the function of each ingredient, the importance of proper pan size, placement of pans in the oven, and more.
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This powerpoint introduces students to the definition of appetizers and beverages, shows colorful examples of many different types, and explains how they are served. The last slide suggests an activity for students to develop and share their own
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A great one-day in class activity that is also a great back-up lesson for a substitute teacher. Give each student a recent news article related to foods (these are very easy to find). It can be a printed or digital article which you can have
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This is a set of four appetizer recipes that have very clear directions so that students can prepare them successfully during a typical class period of about 55 minutes. I have eight groups, so I have 2 groups each make a batch of one appetizer,
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A brief quiz or worksheet that includes a "placemat" on which the student should draw and label a correct place setting, and some general questions about nutrition and meal planning considerations.
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This is a 25-point quiz with suggested answer key that is a great follow up to my Appetizers and Beverages Powerpoint, or any class discussion about appetizers and beverages in a cooking class.
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6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This product gives students an overview of soups (bisque, chowder, stew, chilled, etc.), 4 different types of salads (mixed, tossed, arranged, molded), and many different types of sandwiches (stacked, wrap, pan broiled, etc.) The final slide is a
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Step by step instructions for making a breakfast burrito: tortilla stuffed with scrambled eggs, sauteed green onion and shredded cheese. A free video demonstrating the recipe procedure is available in my store and on my You Tube channel, Chris's
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This form is a rating sheet for students to compare and contrast blueberry muffins three ways: homemade from scratch, convenience mix (such as Duncan Hines), and commercially packaged (such as Hostess). Great to get students analyzing and thinking
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Recipe for making homemade blueberry muffins from scratch. Clear and specific instructions for students learning to cook. Great with my Blueberry Muffin Comparison activity.
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This quiz/worksheet contains 20 matching, multiple choice, and true/false questions about the principles of baking. Perfect with my Principles of Baking Power Point. Answer key included.
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General and simple step by step directions to cook vegetables 3 ways: Roasted, Steamed and Microwaved. Almost any type of vegetable can be used I usually provide broccoli, carrot, onion, and mushrooms. I use this as a cooking lab in conjunction
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I currently teach middle school Beginning Foods and Advanced Foods classes. I have previously taught other Family and Consumer Science courses to middle school and high school students, and I have also taught elementary school 5th and 6th grade, with 18 years of teaching experience.

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Check out my You Tube channel, Chris's Kitchen Classroom, for free, professionally made short videos in which I teach easy recipes and cooking techniques.

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