Chocolate: A History, Then & Now
In this one time class we will explore the history of chocolate and its impact on our world.
US Grade 4 - 6
In this class we will take a quick look at the history of chocolate through an interactive presentation and discussion. Learners are encouraged to share their ideas and knowledge about the subject. Class will be centered around a powerpoint presentation with notes and pictures. In this introduction to the History of Chocolate, learners will learn and explore through lecture and discussion: -Where chocolate comes from -How it made its way around the world -Different preparations and uses of...
Learners will be able to explain where chocolate comes from. Learners will be able to Compare and Contrast Chocolate in the past with Chocolate of today.
Chocolate has a rich and interesting history which I have researched and learned. This class combines two of my favorite things Chocolate and cultural history. I want to take students on a journey back in time to the very first cultivation of chocolate and up to modern day cultivation and uses. I want to share my curiosity around this subject and build the same in children.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
The history of chocolate includes discussing its importance in ancient civilizations, some of who believed it was the food of the gods. Single Learner Classes: - Single learner classes will go ahead as scheduled unless learner and family request otherwise. - Lesson may end early. If the lesson ends early there will be an extended discussion and Q & A. Learners may be released from class up to 5 minutes early if Q & A ends early.
Meet the teacher
Hello Outschool Families! I go by Ms. T or Ms. Crystal in class. I am a lifelong learner, always open to learning new things and sharing my love of learning with students. As a lifelong learner I am passionate about many subjects and have broad...
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Live video meetings
1-7 learners per class