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  1.   Cooking Terms 3
Cut In, Dash, Dice, Dough, Garnish, Grate, Fold, Grease, Grill, Fillet
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  2.   Cooking Terms 2
Mince, Moisten, Pare, Julienne, Knead, Marinate, Grill, Grease, Fry, Drippings
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  3.   Cooking Terms 1
Zest, Whisk, Whip, Stewing, Peaks, Reduce, Roast, Scald, Mince, Mix
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 1000 for Cooking
  1.   Captain Cook'S Adventure
Captain Cook's Adventure Goals: 1. The students will gain knowledge about the explorer Captain James Cook. 2. The students will compare the island of Kauai - past to present. 3. The students will use critical thinking skills to write an editorial about Cook's expedition. Resources/Materials: 1. Pen / pencil 2. Paper 3....
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    Grade Level: K-12

  2.   Cooking in A Closet: Supply and Demand on a Submarine
Cooking in A Closet: Supply and Demand on a Submarine Author: Stephanie Bayless, Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum ESSENTIAL QUESTION: How do the concepts of economics apply to everyday life? GUIDING QUESTIONS: What is choice? What is cost? What is supply and demand? What is scarcity? How can scarcity affect a gro...
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    Grade Level: 3-8

  3.   Famous Foods in Indiana (Cooking)
Manchester College Education Department By Michelle Kiefer Lesson: Famous Foods in Indiana (Cooking) th Age/Grade Intended: 4 grade Length: 2 days Academic Standards: 4.4.7 Identify entrepreneurs who have influenced Indiana and the local community. Performance Objective: After learning famous area foods, the students will cook their own recipe using the foods they learned about with 100% accuracy. Adva...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Integrated Social Studies and Cooking Lesson
MANCHESTER COLLEGE Education Department LESSON PLAN by: Anita Zollars Lesson: Integrated Social Studies and Cooking Lesson Age or Grade Intended: Fourth Grade Academic Standard(s): 4.5.1. Measure length to the nearest quarter inch, eighth inch, and millimeter. Students will need to use measuring knowledge to measure ingredients properly. 4.1.8. Summarize the participation of Indiana's citizens in the Civil War. Studen...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  5.   Cooking
Lesson Plan By: Brandy Elliott, Katherine Keeling, and Anne Griffey Grade: 1st Grade Length: 30 minutes Lesson: Cooking Academic Standards: Language Arts: Comprehension 1.2.4 Follow one-step written instructions. Objectives: The students will make jell-o bugs following 100% of the written instructions. Advanced Teacher Preparation: The teacher will need to have made jell-o for the class and have it all ready and prepared...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  6.   Cooking Up Fractions Recipe
Cooking Up Fractions Topic: A Mathematics Project for Middle School Students. Purpose: In this lesson students will Reinforce their multiplying and dividing fractions skills by increasing and decreasing the serving size in a recipe. Practice using search engines. Searching for recipes on their own to increase an...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  7.   Cooking Crepes in Ms. Stentella's French Class
_ _ TeachNet Bon Appétit Cooking Crepes in Ms. Stentella's French Class Project URL: http://www.teachnet-lab.org/ditmas/dstentella/crepes/crepes.html About the teacher: Danielle Stentella is a How it works: second-year French teacher at Bon Appétit is a highly enjoyable interdisciplinary program I.S.62 in Brooklyn, New that helps studen...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  8.   Jewish Women: Chief Cooks of Culture, Family and Community
JEWISH WOMEN: CHIEF COOKS OF CULTURE, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY Lesson plan for adults and women's groups This lesson plan is part of a larger lesson entitled "Jewish Diversity and Innovation: the View from the Kitchen," which can be found at http://jwa.org/teach/golearn/nov06/. Food is so much a part of our identity and culture that t...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Solar Cooking
For Earth Day, students will use technology to research climate change and solar cookers and develop a plan for creating their own solar cooker. Objectives Students comprehends concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention. Students know how to access valid health information and health-promoting products and services. Students know how to advocate for personal, family, and com...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   Cooking . . . Ecuadorian Food
CookingEEcuadorian Food Unit Topic: The Galapagos Islands Grade Level: Middle School Basic Concepts: Culture, appreciation of different foods Content Areas: History, Home Economics, Foreign Language Time: 1 1/2 hours Objective Students will gain an appreciation of the culture in Latin America through cooking and...
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    Grade Level: 6-8


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