1 edition of Preparing teachers and instructional materials for the food service occupations. found in the catalog.
Preparing teachers and instructional materials for the food service occupations.
by Educational Publication Services, College of Education, Michigan State University in East Lansing
Written in English
|Statement||Principal investigators: Helen L. Hollandsworth [and] Henry O. Barbour.|
|Series||Educational proceedings series,, no. 6|
|Contributions||Hollandsworth, Helen L., Barbour, Henry Ogden.|
|LC Classifications||TX943 .P73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 88 p.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||68066491|
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Become aware of the opportun-ities available in the food service industry and the various job titles. Identify the various types of food service establishments.
Analyze the qualifications. required to fill the food service occupations. The option might exist of adopting other institution’s distance learning materials for study by one’s own students.
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5 A CD-ROM that has electronic versions of all the instructional materials, including the classroom videos. ALT was developed specifically for in-service teacher education. However, the material is also applicable to pre-service teacher education and we will emphasize the potential for that application in this review.
Format for Use. MATH PRINCIPLES FOR FOOD SERVICE OCCUPATIONS, 6E stresses the direct relevance of math skills in the food service industry while teaching the basic math principles that affect everything from basic recipe preparation to managing food and labor costs in a restaurant operation.
All the mathematical problems and concepts presented are explained in Cited by: 1. Job Preparation Materials & Instructional Activities Pharmacy Technician The Literacy Institute at Virginia Commonwealth University Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center W Broad St.
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Students can use this web quest to investigate the food system and food service industry. food safety facts, bad bug book, coloring book and food safety quiz.
Food Safety Resources for Teachers: Learn about kitchen safety, bacteria, food poisoning, rationing and drying food. What They Do: Food preparation workers perform many routine tasks under the direction of cooks, chefs, or food service managers.
Work Environment: Food preparation workers are employed in restaurants, hotels, and other places where food is served, such as cafeterias, grocery stores, hospitals, and often work early mornings, late evenings.
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This lesson will go over the importance of Food Safety, Establishing a Food Safety System, The Food, Flow, and A Clean and Sanitary Kitchen. Once you have completed this lesson, you will be able to train students to work in a real food service establishment. Materials needed include GloGerm powder, a black light, and a ball (like a tennis ball).
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These materials are intended to help secondary vocational education instructors teach food service/food production skills in a competency-based, individualized manner.
This volume includes the instructor's version of student course material, beginning with an introduction to competency-based instruction, with sections on such topics as how to manage competency.
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