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Lesson Plan

Projector classroom prep.

Test 1. Thursday 3rd March Practical Lesson (2013):

Intention:

Prepare food, cook, record process in work book, photograph and tag key processes.

As a part of lesson policy, key instances of the lesson are photographed or recorded for the tags

Class eating lunch together in the dining hall.

Objectives:

  • Using different mediums to record the process of ingredients, equipment and the space used to cook the Chilli.
  • Awareness of decisions made, processes followed and involvement with objects.
  • How the ingredients themselves influence the potential of the recipe and the equipment/objects that are used.
  • Recording of collaborative participation, method and communication.
  • Reflection and analysis of the process required, movement across the classroom.
  • Awareness of waste and consumption – awareness of how the pupil is part of the consumer cycle.
  • Foundation for understanding architectural production and the design and use of the space.

Process:

This could be carried out in the class room by the pupils as they carry out the recipe.

1)       The final chilli is photographed, QR tagged, photographed on iPhone, with a brief description.

2)       Analysis of journey and methodologies  are kept in school books and recorded.

Link to Friday’s theory lesson:

  • The end product: the Chilli itself is recognised as a process of ingredients, instructions and processes in the space. Can the process be described retrospectively?
  • What are the unseen processes that are involved. (Field to Fork, but also manufacture, preparation, storage, washing up etc.)
  • Could ask questions about what the pupils would do with the information and how they interpreted the exercise.

Equipment:

  • Pots, pans cooking equipment acquired around the dining area.
  • Cameras
  • iPhone, or smartphone
  • QR tags, I can set up a couple of accounts on the school cooking blog/wiki.
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