What Did You Learn in Culinary Arts

Every unit ends with a Culinary Project that lets you apply an important skill from the unit. To complete each project, you will perform research, connect to your community, create a report, and share what you have learned.

Follow the Project Checklist to make sure that you have done everything you need to complete your culinary project.

• Identity and lists two recipes that use your Ingredient or food.

• Describe moist anddry cooking methods fbryour etiosen ingredient or food.

/ Mate a presentation to yiwdass to (ffstuss the lea Its of your rewartii and your interview.

If you completed the journal entry fiwnpege 373, refer to Itto see If you have used any local or seasonal Ingredients in your rooking. Add any additional notes about how you tan use these ingredients to spice up your culinary creations.

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Project Assignment

In this project, you will:

• an Ingredient or food that is raised or produced In your area or

• Conduct research ebout the Ingredient or food you have chosen

• Identify and interview someone ebout your Ingredient or food

• Prepere a presentation to share what you have learned with your class.

Applied Culinary Skills Behind the Project

> Selecting ingredients.

> Choosing recipes.

>• Understanding moist and dry cooking methods,

> Understanding safety and sanitation.

>• Choosing seasonings, flavorings, and herbs.

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The English Language Arts skills you will use for this project!* writ,™ Interviewing, and speaking skills. Remember these ta^oncepte Writing Skills

> Use complete sentences.

> Use correct spelling and grammar.

> Organize your interview questions In the orderyou want to ask them. Interviewing Skills

> Record interview responses and take notes. >• Listen attentively.

Sp««king Skills

> Speak dearly and concisely.

> Be sensitive to the needs of your audience. >■ Use standard English to communicate.

• Identity and lists two recipes that use your Ingredient or food.

• Describe moist anddry cooking methods fbryour etiosen ingredient or food.

• i-ist any safety and sanitation concerns.

• Review seasonings, flavorings, and herbs that work well with yourchosen ingredient or food.

n Your Interview

Use the results of your research to write a list of interview questions to ask a local chef about your ingredient or food. Your questions might Include:

• How would you describe the characteristics of the ingredient or food?

• What do you think are the best methods for preparing the ingredient orfood?

/ Mate a presentation to yiwdass to (ffstuss the lea Its of your rewartii and your interview.

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✓ When students a*^ questions, demonstrate in your answers thatynu respect tfiefr perspectives.

/ rum lithe summary ofynuriBeaidi, your intervfew questions, and the summary of the Interview to ytiw teacher.

_"Create Your Report

Use the Culinary Project Checklist to plan and givean oral report to share what you have learned with your classmates.

• Would you choose this ingredient orfood ov othersimllar Ingredients or foods?

fConnect with Your Community

Identify a local chef you can Interview about your Ingredient or food. Conduct your interrtew using the questions you prepared InStepZTake notes during the interview and write a summary of the interview,

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^Evaluate Your Culinary and Academic Skills

Your project will be evaluated based on:

• Content and organization of your Information,

• Proper use of standard English.

• Mechanics—presentation and neatness.

• Speaking and listening skills.

j Rubric Go to this book^ Online Learning Center at JMtcoa.com for a rubrlcyou can use to evaluate your final project


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Expert Atfvic» Go to this book's Online Learning Center at ■•«■»Mom to read an article by a culinary expert from Johnson & wale* University about howtofind focal and sustainable foods in your area.

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Apply Academic and Culinary Skills that will be used as the basis of the project.

Evaluate Your Work A rubric is a scoring tool that lists the project criteria. You can find the Evaluation Rubric at the book's Online Learning Center at glencoe.com.

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