A. Strengthen parent-child relationships through food preparation activities.
B. Encourage cleanliness and sanitation and safety when handling food and appliances.
C. Emphasize nutrition, aesthetics, and thrift in meal planning and serving.
D. Measure dry and liquid ingredients.
E. Extend vocabulary of cooking terms.
F. Stimulate interest in proper etiquette, table settings, and table ornamentation.
a. Basic food group
a. Color of foods
b. Texture of foods
c. Sensory appeal
B. Cleanliness and safety
1. Cooking terms
2. Nutritional terms
1. Table manners
2. Social skills
3. Table conversation
F. Setting and ornamentation
1. Placement of dishes and flatware
2. Table coverings
1. Meal planning, scheduling, division of responsibilities
3. Food preparation
5. Consuming foods
1. Class activities
2. Activities between parent and child
3. Compilation of recipes
III.TEXTBOOK / SPECIAL MATERIALS:
Acter, Geraldine and Nyla Gorham, You Learn To Bake, University of Illinois, College of Agriculture Cooperative Extension. Urbana-Champaign, IL
Glo Germ Company, P.O. Box 537 Moab, Utah
Maddox, Lois Tricks for Treats, Indiana Cooperative Service
Students will receive an "S" for satisfactory progress or an "I" for incomplete based upon class attendance, participation and mastery of assigned tasks.
V. CONDUCT CODE/ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY
As a student at DACC you are expected to exhibit conduct compatible with the educational mission of the college. It is your responsibility to become familiar with and adhere to the DACC STudent Code and the Academic Integrity Policy, as contained in the Student Handbook.
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