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2 Welcome to Intro to Culinary Arts Culinary Arts: Going Green and Cooking Clean!

3 What is Culinary Arts? The act of preparing food with the use of heat; creating and developing various cuisines. The act of preparing food with the use of heat; creating and developing various cuisines. The ART and Science of food preparation and food production that is presented to consumers in a palatable manner. The ART and Science of food preparation and food production that is presented to consumers in a palatable manner.

4 What areas do we cover? Mathweights and measurements Mathweights and measurements Sciencerecipes and ingredients Sciencerecipes and ingredients Writingmenu planning and instructions Writingmenu planning and instructions Readingmethods of preparation and directions Readingmethods of preparation and directions Social Studies/History/Geography Who, what, when, where and why? Social Studies/History/Geography Who, what, when, where and why?

5 Classroom Procedures Enter and exit the classroom quietly and orderly; please be seated in your assigned seat with all materials and begin Food for Thought, daily warm-up. Enter and exit the classroom quietly and orderly; please be seated in your assigned seat with all materials and begin Food for Thought, daily warm-up. Respect others, their property and the school property. Respect others, their property and the school property. Raise his/her hand to speak or to leave your desk. Raise his/her hand to speak or to leave your desk.

6 Classroom Procedures Cont. Class participation requiredtake turns speaking or expressing ideas. Class participation requiredtake turns speaking or expressing ideas. DO NOT ridicule others ideas DO NOT ridicule others ideas ABSOLUTELY NO PROFANITY! ABSOLUTELY NO PROFANITY! No name calling or horse playing No name calling or horse playing Groups are assigned seats and will be rotated each six-weeks. Groups are assigned seats and will be rotated each six-weeks. Do Not use CD players, iPods, cell phones or pagers in the classroom. Do Not use CD players, iPods, cell phones or pagers in the classroom.

7 Classroom Procedures Cont. No food, drinks, gum or candy in the classroom. No food, drinks, gum or candy in the classroom. Be alert, heads are not to be down on the desks. (NO SLEEPING!) Be alert, heads are not to be down on the desks. (NO SLEEPING!) DO NOT comb or brush hair or apply make-up. DO NOT comb or brush hair or apply make-up. Do their best at all times! Do their best at all times! Student Handbook Student Handbook

8 Computer Procedures Use of computers by teacher permission only! Use of computers by teacher permission only! While using the computer there is to be: While using the computer there is to be: NO ing NO ing NO chat rooms NO chat rooms NO instant-messaging (IM) NO instant-messaging (IM) NO hacking NO hacking NO downloading music, software, or games NO downloading music, software, or games **Use of the computer is for ASSIGNMENTS ONLY** **Use of the computer is for ASSIGNMENTS ONLY** You may print ONLY with the permission from the teacher, and NO more than 3 copies per person! You may print ONLY with the permission from the teacher, and NO more than 3 copies per person! This is your warning! This is your warning! If you fail to comply with the rules listed above: If you fail to comply with the rules listed above: You will be written up! You will be written up! You will lose all privileges and further use of any compute You will lose all privileges and further use of any compute

9 Bathroom Privileges Only one (1) bathroom permit will be allowed per student each six weeks. Only one (1) bathroom permit will be allowed per student each six weeks. NO BATHROOM permits on lab day! NO BATHROOM permits on lab day! If there are any medical circumstances a note must be provided by the nurse. If there are any medical circumstances a note must be provided by the nurse.

10 Tardy Policy Tardies: (Start over each semester) Tardies: (Start over each semester) Foster High School – Tardy Violation Foster High School – Tardy Violation 1st Tardy – Warning 1st Tardy – Warning 2nd Tardy – 5 Hours Detention 2nd Tardy – 5 Hours Detention 3rd Tardy – 1 day ISS, parent/student contract 3rd Tardy – 1 day ISS, parent/student contract 4th Tardy – 3 days ISS parent conference 4th Tardy – 3 days ISS parent conference 5th + Tardy – Suspension/Meeting with Principal 5th + Tardy – Suspension/Meeting with Principal

11 Lab Duties Managerplans, organizes and directs group in lab Managerplans, organizes and directs group in lab Asst. Cook gathers, weighs and measures ingredients and assists the Cook Asst. Cook gathers, weighs and measures ingredients and assists the Cook Cook--assembles, mixes ingredients and prepares recipes Food Service Assistantpre- prep food, cleans and re-sets lab

12 Lab Dress Code Closed toe shoes with leather or leather like upper and non-skid soles REQUIRED! Closed toe shoes with leather or leather like upper and non-skid soles REQUIRED! Long pants or knee shorts Long pants or knee shorts Head covering (hair net or caps) Head covering (hair net or caps) NO SHOES, NO HAT, NO LAB!!!!!! (see handout)Book work assigned and graded on a 50% scale. NO SHOES, NO HAT, NO LAB!!!!!! (see handout)Book work assigned and graded on a 50% scale.

13 Lab Dress Code cont. Aprons Hats and Shoes

14 Grading Policy Student grades will be calculated according to the LCISD grading policy in the student handbook. Student grades will be calculated according to the LCISD grading policy in the student handbook. Tests and quizzes graded on 100-point scale (Thursdays) Tests and quizzes graded on 100-point scale (Thursdays) Daily Grade: warm-up and class participation (100%) Daily Grade: warm-up and class participation (100%) Lab groups graded on (Major Grade): recipes and ingredients (25%), quality of product (25%), workstations (25%) and dress code (25%) – all areas total 100%--NO LAB MAKE-UP! Lab groups graded on (Major Grade): recipes and ingredients (25%), quality of product (25%), workstations (25%) and dress code (25%) – all areas total 100%--NO LAB MAKE-UP!

15 Research Procedures Research projects will be assigned individually and by group. Research projects will be assigned individually and by group. Classroom computer rules apply to library research lab. Classroom computer rules apply to library research lab. ALL research projects are mandatory and count as a MAJOR GRADE! ALL research projects are mandatory and count as a MAJOR GRADE! Each day late will result in -20 points! Each day late will result in -20 points!

16 Four Basic Laws of Success Commitmentpledge Commitmentpledge Clear Communicationlisten, speaking, understanding Clear Communicationlisten, speaking, understanding Opennesswho we are, the condition of our world Opennesswho we are, the condition of our world Honestythinking, actions, emotions Honestythinking, actions, emotions

17 Teamwork! Together Together Everyone Everyone Achieves Achieves More! More!

18 Lets Get Cooking! Sheri Raleigh-Yearby Sheri Raleigh-Yearby Culinary Arts Culinary Arts Room 1520 Room Conference Period (7 th ) 3:00 PM Conference Period (7 th ) 3:00 PM


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