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Culinary Arts II






Course Objectives

The student

o       evaluates the nutritional needs of individuals  and families in relation to health and wellness across the life span.
o       demonstrates ability to acquire, handle, and use food to meet the wellness needs of individuals and families across the life span.
o       evaluates factors that affect food safety from production through consumption.
o       evaluates the impact of science and technology on food composition, safety and other issues.
o       analyzes career options in the nutrition and culinary fields.






Performance Indicators

The student

Examines the relationship between nutrition and wellness to individual and family health through the life cycle.
Assesses the impact of food and diet fads, food additives, and eating disorders on wellness.
Designs strategies that meet the health and nutrition requirements of individuals and families with special needs.
Evaluates sources of food and nutrition information including food labels relating to wellness.
Demonstrates the ability to select, store, prepare and serve nutritionally aesthetically pleasing meals.
Appraises safety and sanitation practices throughout the food chain.
Examines governmental inspection and labeling systems that protect the pubic.
Monitors food borne illness as health issue for individuals and families.
Determines how scientific and technical advances impact the nutrient content, availability, and safety of foods.
Determines the impact of technological advances on selection, preparation, and home storage of foods.







Standards Alignment

Applied Learning A 2, Communication Tools and    Techniques
Applied Learning A 5, Tools and Techniques for Working With Others
English Language Arts E 2, Writing
English Language Arts E 1-C, Reading
Mathematics M 5, Problem Solving and Mathematical Reasoning
Family and Consumer Sciences National Standard 14.0 Nutrition and Wellness







Technology Standards Alignment

Students make informed choices among technology systems, resources, and services. (1,2)
Students apply technology tools for research, information analysis, problem solving, and decision making in content learning.





Student Assessment

Written Performance Tests
Writing Assignments
Presentations
Visuals: brochures, posters, videos
Research Projects: surveys, interviews
Laboratory Experiences
Group Projects
Demonstrations





Student Activities

Case Studies
Class Discussions
Cooperative Learning
Dramatizations
Out of Class Experiences: field trips, interviews
Guest Speakers
Exhibits
placePlaceNameScenario PlaceTypeBuilding
Project-based Learning
Writing Assignments
Reading Assignments
Research: Library and Internet
Laboratory Experiences
Presentations
Self-Assessment of Performance






SLE: A1, C5, C6, C7




Applied Learning Alignment

A1,
B1
C1, C2, C3
D1, D2
E1






Common Core Standards for Mathematics
MP: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7
CCSS: HSNQ.A.1, HSNQ.A.2, HSN.Q.A.3, HSF.LE.B.3, HSS.ID.A.1
CCSS; HAS.REI.C5, HSA.REI.C5






Common Core of Learning




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