Author:
Paige
Subject:
Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Assessment
Level:
High School
Tags:
Breakout, Culinary, Game, Lesson Plan, Safety, Saniation
License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
Language:
English
Media Formats:
Interactive, Text/HTML

Culinary Safety and Sanitation

Culinary Safety and Sanitation

Overview

This is a one-day lesson intended to fill a 60-75 minute class period. It is intended to review basic safety and sanitation principles with students as well as extend learning into deeper topics. This lesson is intended to be a review, but also to fill in gaps in student learning and understanding. The worksheet aspect is so that students have a tangable take-away from the activity. It also slows them down and makes them absorb the information more. 

Summary

This is a one-day lesson intended to fill a 60-75 minute class period. It is intended to review basic safety and sanitation principles with students as well as extend learning into deeper topics. This lesson is intended to be a review, but also to fill in gaps in student learning and understanding. The worksheet aspect is so that students have a tangable take-away from the activity. It also slows them down and makes them absorb the information more. 

This is a student-driven assignment and is a great kind of assignment that can be left with a subsitute. 

 

Step 1 - Goals and Outcomes

Culinary 2 & 3: Strand 2 - Students will connect workplace safety, food safety, and sanitation as applied to food production. 

A link to the full list of standards under the strand can be found here

 

Step 2 - Planning Instruction

Students will use the attached worksheet to work through the breakout game. The instructions for the breakout game are imbeded within the Google Slides for students to read through. They will use the worksheet to take notes as well as solving the puzzles. They will then use the puzzles to input their answers into the imbeded Google Form at the end of the Slide presentation. 

The teacher will need a programable lock set to 41135, a lockable box and treats for the class.  

Accomidations can be made accordingly. Treats in the box are for the whole class, so everyone can have one once they get into the box. Students working with each other or as groups is a great way to have students help and teach each other. 

 

Step 3 - Instruction

Students will use the attached worksheet to work through the breakout game. The instructions for the breakout game are imbeded within the Google Slides for students to read through. They will use the worksheet to take notes as well as solving the puzzles. They will then use the puzzles to imput their answers into the Google Form at the end of the Slide presentation. 

Answers to the worksheet can be found on the attached information sheet along with the code answers. 

The teacher will need a programable lock set to 41135, a lockable box and treats. 

A link to the Slide Presenation can be found HERE
*note, the Google Form is embedded into the slide deck as a part of the game*

 

 

 

Step 4 - Assessments

The assessment is attached. The assessment is a short answer assessment meant to show that students really understand the content as this is considered a essential standard. The reassessment is also attached for students to use if they score below an 80%.