Lesson: Using Recipes to Sequence
Objective: Students will be able to determine the sequence or order of a recipe by breaking apart a recipe that has no steps and rewriting the recipe with steps.
Do-Now: On a note card make a recipe card and write down one of your favorite recipes, make sure you list the ingredients, supplies, steps, and cook time.
Connection: What is the importance of following a recipe directly? What do you think would happen if we didn’t follow a recipe in the order things were suppose to go? It is really important that when you follow recipes you a really figure out what order things should be happening and you follow that order.
What are some things we see when we look at recipes, we may have seen these elements or components many times but its important that we know the relevance to them. Things that should be included in every recipe are:
Supplies: the items you need to prepare the recipe
Ingredients: the elements from the kitchen that you will need what will go into the recipe that you will eat
Procedure/Steps: The order things should be made.
Pictures/Diagrams: may be included so you can have a visual of processes you might have to do or what your end product should look like.
Model Looking at a recipe and labeling the parts for the students.
Model how you will take apart recipes and then put them back together arranging their parts.
Independent Practice: Pass out a variety of recipes, students will have to sort them into their proper recipe parts and then list the steps in order to prepare the recipe knowing when to break it apart and when to make a new step.
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