Gateway Regional High School
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Gourmet I - Grades 10-12
856-848-8200 ext. 3102
Remind text gourmet1 to 81010 from cell phone
Google classroom- period 3 36oo5nv, period 5 pyzmuy
This Family and Consumer Science course Gourmet I, students develop a fundamental background on knife skills and plating that are used throughout the year in a variety of units of study. These food units include appetizers, poultry, meat preparations such as roast, finding rare, medium, medium well, and well done. Other areas of focus are cake decorating, cakes and specialized desserts. Students learn how to make food look picture perfect. Students will also focus on safety and sanitation while studying Serv/Safe national standards.
Course Expectations and Assessments
* Nominal fees may apply depending on student project choices, such as cake mix and icing for cake decorating unit assessment projects. A field trip to a restaurant will be available for visual and presentation effects of food preparation. Field trip is optional, appox.cost$20
Students may retake traditional benchmarks however, students may NOT retake hands - on food project work in the kitchen. Students will use the rubric for self evaluation and teacher evaluation. There are deadlines for assignments that students are expected to meet to stay on task for the marking period and not fall behind.
There are no take home homework assignments given in this class. Students will need to make a ¼ sheet cake using one box cake mix with one large container of icing or home-made icing for a benchmark grade project of decorating and will need one box cake mix and two large containers of icing or home-made icing for cake wars
Students will critique their work.
Students will use a rubric for a self evaluation as well as a teacher evaluation.
Required and Recommended Materials
Assistance - Students may schedule an appointment with Mrs. Muller to complete a missed food preparation assignment. Mrs. Muller stays after school every Wednesday but will schedule individual appointments if that does not coincide.
Classroom Behavioral Expectations and Rewards/Consequences
Primary 60% Grading: benchmarks, projects identified as BM
Secondary 30% class participation,daily food projects handouts, quizzes, google classrm
Support 10% “1” in the computer means absent but required
Total: 100% “2” in the computer means present but did not turn in assignment