Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Jan 20 2016

Objective:
 review cooking terms and safety procedures for foods labs

Next up:  Chicken stirfry LAB

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Food safety Jan. 19th 2016

Objective:  Identify safety hazards in a kitchen
                  Create "contamination" using jello

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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Quiche recipe

Jan 14 2016 Assignment

Objective:  Food safety and sanitation
                 Kitchen design quiz

TO DO:
QUIZ
Food safety and sanitation presentation slides (create a spider map of ideas)

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Jan 13 2016 Assignment and Objectives

Objective:  Review kitchen types and work spaces

Discuss kitchen safety and sanitation practices used in residential and commercial kitchens

TO DO:  Kitchen Plans. . review. . . Quiz tomorrow
               Textbook pages. . .  ..280+


check list for kitchen design project DUE 1.14.16




Kitchen Design Project Scoring Guide           
100 points

Part I:  Presentation of Kitchen

_______Presentation was electronically sent to teacher’s e-mail by the deadline (6 points)

_______Pictures of Kitchen design with titles (minimum of 10-one per slide) (20 points)

_______Cost of the Kitchen Elements was included (20 points)

_______Features were described using details (floors, walls, cabinets, and countertops)
                        (14  points)

_______Appliances and their prices are presented. (10 points)

_______5 dΓ©cor items are picture (10 points)

Part 2:  Floor Plan

_______a screenshot of the floor plan is embedded in the presentation (4 points)

_______dimensions of the floor plan are given (6 points)

_______Kitchen layout is identified (2 points)

_______detailed Kitchen Elements are shown in the design (10 points)

_______Ventilation is included in the design (3 points)



Thursday, January 7, 2016

Kitchen floor plans



--
Suzan Smith
 
FACS Teacher
Pleasant Hill High School
One Rooster Way
Pleasant Hill, MO  64080
 
816-540-3111 Ext. 5200
 
"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give."                     Winston Churchill

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Jan. 6th, 7th and 8th, 2016 Kitchens and Design Project


TONEWORK:
Get today’s assignment from the island and on the back side:  draw a sketch of your kitchen at home. 
OBJECTIVE:  Discuss quality kitchen design/work triangle.
   Design a dream kitchen.
WHY?
TO DO:
žTextbook Background pg. 316 -319
žTypes of Kitchen Floor Plans and discussion
žDream Kitchen Project  final project sent to ssmith188.food@blogger.com with your NAME and HOUR labeled!

Jan 5th and 6th 2016 Kitchens History and Types



TONEWORK: How many kitchen “types” have you worked in?
OBJECTIVE: Discuss content/expectations for the semester class NF II.
Discuss historical perceptions of kitchens, while comparing to your kitchen and our classroom kitchens.
TO DO:
Kitchen Picture to YOUR blog! (extra credit)
žThe Kitchen presentation + notes
žPicCollage with title and labels
FEE $25

Monday, January 4, 2016

syllabi 2016 Nutrition and Food II



Nutrition & Food II

Mrs. Suzan Smith
Pleasant Hill High School
Family and Consumer Sciences Department
ssmith@pleasanthillschools.com
816-540-3111 Ext. 5200
Conference Period 8:20 – 9:10 a.m.

COURSE DESCRIPTION
            This course provides students opportunity to study advanced cooking techniques and international cooking.  In-depth study of the various food groups and application of cooking skills will be part of this class.  Career explorations in the foods industry will be researched.  Foreign countries and customs will be researched and presented in class.

Textbook                                                                                              Food for Today
                                                                                                             

Course Outline (times listed are tentative)
Unit One: Leadership                                                                                    continual
            FCCLA programs that address health, wellness & nutrition
Unit Two: Kitchen Design                                                                            1 week
            A.  describe the three major work centers in a kitchen and the six basic
                  kitchen floor plans
            B.  Illustrate arrangement, kitchen shape, work centers and equipment to a
                  specific kitchen
            C.  Demonstrate how to set a table correctly with appropriate tableware
Unit Three: Developing Food Preparation Skills                                         continual
            A.  recognize safe and sanitary food preparation practices
            B.  identify kitchen tools and terms in basic food preparation
Unit Four:  Microwave Cooking                                                              5 weeks
            A.  Describe how the microwave cooks food
            B.  Identify factors that affect microwave cooking
            C.  Prepare a variety of foods using the microwave
Unit Five: Choose My Plate                                                                    9 weeks
            A.  Identify the functions of ingredients in a grain product(s)
            B.  Apply principles of preparing & cooking vegetables
            C.  Apply principles of preparing & cooking fruits
            D.  Apply principles of cooking milk and milk products
            E.  Apply principles of selecting and preparing meat & beans
            F.  Plan nutritious menus using meal patterns based on Choose My Plate

            G.  Identify factors that affect food costs and comparison shop to decide what
                  foods to buy
Unit Six:  Explore Cuisine from Around the World                                           continual
            A.  Recognize specific influences, food products, equipment & cooking
                  techniques from around the world
            B.  Prepare foods native to countries from around the world
Unit Seven:  Careers                                                                                          continual
            A.  Identify career clusters and careers related to the food industry
            B.  Investigate working conditions and income of careers


Course Requirements
  • Assigned course readings
  • Daily bell work and homework assignments
  • Unit tests and quizzes
  • $25 Lab Fee

Class Rules
You are responsible for knowing and following school-wide rules as listed in the Student handbook.
  • Be prepared to learn and participate each day
  • Be respectful of other’s belongings, ideas and right to learn
  • Listen to and follow directions
  • Follow all safety rules at all times

Consequences
  • Student-teacher conferences
  • Phone call or email home
  • Office referral

Grading Scale 

            A         100 -  95%                   C     76 – 73%
            A-          94 – 90%                   C-    72 – 70%
            B+         89 -  87%                   D+   69 – 67%
            B           86 -  83%                   D      66 - 63%
            B-          82 -  80%                   D-     62 – 60%
            C+         79 – 77%                   F       59 -    0%










Assessment Strategy            Description                                   Percent
Daily Participation



Projects



Daily Work



Test/Quizzes


Final Exam
Attendance, class behavior, participation and general attitude

Quality of lab experiences, written and/or oral work

Quality of self-evaluation, reactions and other daily work

Quality of concept knowledge through tests and quizzes

Final exam completed
               20%



               25%



               20%



               25%


               10%


Overall Grading Guide   Students earning an A will participate in class daily, have above average attendance, complete all assignments with accuracy and turn in all projects and homework. Those students earning B’s will participate in class daily, have good attendance, complete assignments while missing some and turn in projects and homework..  Students earning a C will not participate in class daily, their attendance would not be consistent, incomplete assignments would be turned in and not all projects or homework were turned in.


Extra Help Opportunities   Students may come in before school from 6:45 a.m. until 7:30 a.m. to receive additional help with assignments.


Make-up work will be made available, upon request, to students when they return to school  Time given for make-up work, as per school policy, is upon returning to school the make-up work is due in one day after your return.


Detentions all will be served on either Tuesdays a.m. from 7:15 a.m. until 7:30 a.m. OR Wednesdays from 2:35 p.m. until 2:50 p.m.