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Cooking and Science...OH MY!!!
In the 12 week course, students will cultivate their love for cooking while being exposed to general science concepts
US Grade 8
GENERAL SCIENCE 12 WEEK COURSE: This course will combine reading, writing, science experiments, cooking, video and editing, in order to be exposed to general science concepts while pursuing a love of cooking. This class is meant for students who are already cooking and are familiar with basic kitchen and cooking principles. This is a flexible schedule class with NO live meetings. By Monday (8 am Pacific time) of each week, a Google Slide link will be posted. In this document, there...
students will learn basic science concepts such as bacteria growth, cellular respiration, and other elements of science thru experiments and thru the process of cooking. Students will also be cooking for their family, creating a recipe book and you tube episodes to showcase their favorite recipes.
Homework OfferedStudents will have assigned tasks each week to complete. We will have check-ins for progress on a weekly basis plus opportunities for peer interaction on a weekly basis. Students will also be asked to partake in virtual or physical cooking classes to enhance their cooking skills.
2 - 4 hours per week outside of class
Assessments OfferedAssessment will be informal, but will include effort and participation in making sure to get the tasks done each week in a timely manner.
There will be various supplies that are needed for the labs. The materials for the labs are listed below: FRUIT LAB: Mason jars with lids can be bought at Wal-Mart, Target, Amazon, etc for around $1 per jar. If money is tight, get a set of 6 jars for the class. You don’t HAVE to do one jar per student. Suggested Fruit: apple, orange, strawberry, pear, grapefruit Fruit to avoid: grapes, lemons, limes DEADLY BACTERIA -print out worksheet MAKING YOGURT Hot plate or microwave NEW plastic cups 450 mL of milk(can be less if necessary) Aluminum foil Incubator(or heating pad and a towel) & Refrigerator Thermometer Sterile plastic spoons Computer or lab top MAKING GINGERALE Empty 1/2 liter plastic or glass bottle ½ liter of distilled water 1/8 cup of sugar Tablespoon of ginger ½ lemon Two pinches of dry baker’s yeast Bottle sterilizer (dish soap may be used) Scale Measuring cups COOKIE CHEMESTRY -Baking soda and baking powder -water
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be expected to cook recipes on their own or with the help of parents. Students should already have basic knowledge of cooking and using kitchen tools such as the stove, oven, knives, etc. The labs will require the use of a microwave or hot plate. Students will have choice in recipes that they will cook. Therefore, if there are any food allergies or lifestyle restrictions with food, students can adjust.
I will provide resources within the classroom to support learning.
Meet the teacher
About Me My name is Monica Kelly. I am passionate about teaching!!! Teaching / Education background: I have twenty plus years of successful experience in teaching, curriculum development, and support of new teachers in various communities and at...
$14weekly or $160 for 12 weeks
Completed by 1 learner
No live video meetings