UEN Security Office
Technical Services Support Center (TSSC)
Eccles Broadcast Center
101 Wasatch Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
(801) 585-6105 (fax)
Food And Nutrition II
1 class periods of 45 minutes each
This introduction can be used for the first day of a Foods II class. Class organization, expectations, disclosure and icebreakers are included.
This lesson plan will take approximately 45 minutes.
Start with basic housekeeping needs. The goal of this plan is to know more about the students and have students know more about the class and their classmates.
Students will recognize and understand class expectations and know the names of three of their peers in the same class. Students will find and identify unsafe kitchen practices while working on their packets.
Greet the students at the door as they enter the classroom. For the first day, seating is open. Start the class by introducing the class name and yourself as the teacher. Cover basic housekeeping of roll and then hand out your disclosure. Go over the disclosure and your expectations for the students. This is also a good time to cover any fees the class has. Be sure to introduce yourself during this time.
The following activities are good icebreakers that help the teacher learn student names and the class to learn their peer names.
You will need three items that are easy to catch - the soft rubberized spiny balls work really well for this and they don't hurt if someone misses.
For example, "Did you barrel race horses as a child?"
All icebreakers can be adapted for special needs students. Peer tutors can be included in the icebreakers, as they will also become part of the class.
Tribes, A New Way of Learning and Being Together. Gibbs, Jeanne, CenterSource System, LLC, 2001