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HFC3E

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Food and Culture: Grade 11 Workplace Preparation

 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course focuses on the flavours, aromas, cooking techniques, foods, and cultural traditions of world cuisines. Students will demonstrate the ability to cook with ingredients and equipment from a range of cultures, describe food-related etiquette in a variety of countries and cultures, and explore ways in which Canadian food choices and traditions have been influenced by other cultures. Students will have opportunities to develop practical skills and apply research skills as they investigate food and food practices from around the world.

 

Strand

Essential Questions

A: Research and Inquiry Skills

Exploring, Investigating, Processing, Communicating, Reflecting


  • What do I want to know about food and culture?

  • How can I find and use information about food and culture?

  • What is the best way to communicate what I’ve learned?

  • How can I learn from my mistakes?

B: Culture, Foods and Food Practices

Food Choices, Guidelines, Culture and Habits

  • How do we decide what we are going to eat and when?

  • How do we eat? Is it important to know “the rules?”

C: Foods and Flavours

Availability, Sources, Flavours

  • Where does our food come from and why?

  • What are the flavours and foods of a culture?

D: Food Preparation Skills

Kitchen Safety, Food Safety, Food Preparation, Kitchen Literacy and Numeracy

  • How do we stay safe in the kitchen?

  • What are the best ways to prepare and serve food?

  • What do I need to read & calculate to be successful in the kitchen?

 

 

Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday 

Feb. 3 

Course Outline

Brainstorm course questions

Our Food Stories

 

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What influences our Food Choices?

Mind Maps

Start rough draft of your cube/mobile 

Movie: Julie and Julia

Questions

Movie: Julie and Julia

Questions

 

Feb. 10 

Discuss Julie and Julia Questions in small groups

11 

Food and Me Photo Essay

 

12 

Food and Me Photo Essay DUE on Googledocs

 

13 

Food safety -

Brainstorm Our Kitchen Saftey Rules

14 

2 Valentine's videos

Video: Story of Chocolate

Why chocolate makes you feel good

 

Vocabulary Connections - Pictionary Game and prizes!

 

 

Food Safety video

What should we add to Our Kitchen Safety Rules?

 

Begin Food Safety Readings with a partner Code the Text

 

Feb 17

Family Day

No School 

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Food Safety Readings

Code the Text

 

Add to Our Kitchen Safety Rules

 

19

Teacher: Ms. Brunet

Food Safety Test

 

Prepare for foods lab tomorrow 

20

Foods Lab #1

Veggies and Dips

Chopping and serving

 

Room 105

21

Ms. Brunet

 

Complete Food Lab Reflection

Watch TED talk:  

February 24 

 

Unit 2: Canadian Food Culture

 

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March 3 

March 10 

March Break

No School

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March Break

No School

 

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March Break

No School

 

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March Break

No School

 

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March Break

No School

 

         

 

 

 

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