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1 Math- In- CTE Curriculum Map Family and Consumer Sciences Foods and Nutrition I Days Unit Standard(s) Essential Questions 8 ONE Measuremen ts/ Abbreviations / Equipment/ Equivalents/ Cooking Terms 1.1: Students will apply the skills of kitchen equipment, utensils and management. 1.3: Identify appropriate abbreviations, food- measurement terminology, techniques, equivalents, and calculate recipe- size adjustments and demonstrate proper measuring techniques. 1:4: Explain basic food- preparation terminology. Why is it so important to know equivalents or how to divide or multiply a recipe? How will knowing how to measure correctly be useful to you in the future? Why is learning cooking terminology important? Key Terms/ Vocabulary Chop Cream Cut- In Dice Dredge Flour Fold- In Grate Knead Mince Peel Sauté Simmer Steam Stir- Fry Whip Equivalents Vocabulary: Tbsp. Gal. Pt. Lb. Hr. Tsp. Qt. c. oz. min. Learning Activities/ Assessments Terms Pictionary Equivalents Flashcards Claymation Measuring Demo Plinko Review Smoothies No Bake Cookies Mystery Recipe Technology Embedded Math Concepts Increasing and Decreasing Fractions Halfling/Doubling or Multiply/ Divide by Multiples (Converting) Equivalents Efficient Measuring Techniques

2 8 6 TWO Safety, Sanitation and Microwave Cooking THREE Carbohydrate s/ Quick Breads/ Yeast Breads/ Rice and Pasta 1:2: Explain the basic principles of cooking in a microwave. 2.1: Apply established safety rules and guidelines to maintain a safe working environment. 2.2: Identify proper first- aid procedures for cuts, burns and electrical shock. 2.3: Identify and apply sanitation rules and guidelines. 2.4: Identify methods that prevent food- borne illnesses and contamination. 4.1: Identify carbohydrates, their sources and functions, and the importance of whole grains in the body. 4.2: Identify fiber, its sources and functions. 4.3: Apply food selection and related to quick breads, rice, grains and pasta. How does a microwave oven work in order to safely cook food? Why should we worry about sanitation practices in the kitchen? Why can food- borne illness be so dangerous? What is the main function of carbohydrates in the body? How do complex starches break down into simple sugars? Why are complex carbohydrates a better energy choice? How do fiber and water work together to keep the body healthy? What are the ideal conditions in order for yeast to activate? Why is whole wheat better for you? Cross- Contamination Electrical Shock First Aid First Degree Burn Second Degree Burn Food- Borne Illness Microwave Safe Sanitation Second Degree Burn Temperature Danger Zone Third Degree Burn Al Dente Calories Carbohydrate Cellulose or Roughage Complex Starches Diverticulitis Fiber Fructose Glucose Gluten Kneading Lactose Leavening Agent Legumes Maltose Over- mixing Quick Breads Simple Sugars Sucrose Under- mixing Yeast Yeast Breads GloGerm Exit Tickets Jeopardy Review Chocolate Chip Cookies Bubble Bread Italian Stuffed Shells Chicken Stir- Fry Taco Rings Flyswatter Review Leavening Demo Cinnamon Rolls Muffins Biscuits Doughnuts (Microwave Power)

3 4 5 FOUR Fats and Oils/ Labeling FIVE Protein/ Eggs and Milk 5.4: Identify fats, their sources, functions and related heath concerns. 5.1: Identify proteins, (complete and incomplete), their sources, and functions in the body. 5.2: Apply food selection and related to egg products. 5.3: Apply food selections and related to milk and milk products. What are the main differences between fat- soluble and water- soluble vitamins? How to LDL and HLD levels affect our overall health? Why are saturated fats more harmful for your health? What are healthy ways to lower fat and cholesterol in your diet? Why is exercise considered part of a healthy eating plan? What is the main function of protein in the body? What does essential mean? Why are some amino acids essential to our health? Can you create a complete protein by combining two or more complete proteins together? Cholesterol Discretionary Calorie Allowance Energy Fats Fat- Soluble Heart Disease HLD LDL Lean Low- Fat Monounsaturated Obesity Oils Polyunsaturated Reduced- Fat Saturated Unsaturated Water- Soluble Amino Acids Binder Coating Complete Protein Emulsifier Essential Fortified Hard Cooked Homogenized Incomplete Protein Leavening Agent Pasteurized Poached Protein Scorching Soft Cooked Thickener Labeling Activity Product Taste Test Bingo Review Waffle Cookies Fettuccini Alfredo Italian Bread Jenga Review Cream Puffs Chicken Pillows Grilled Chicken Calculator

4 3 6 SIX Vitamins/ Minerals/ Water/ Fruits and Vegetables SEVEN The New Food Guide Pyramid/ Dietary Guidelines 6.1: Identify vitamins, their food sources, functions, and deficiencies in the body. 6.2: Identify minerals, their sources, functions, and deficiencies in the body. 6:3: Identify the functions of water in the body. 6.4: Apply food selection and related to fruits and vegetables. 3.1: List the nine recommended guidelines from 2005 Dietary guidelines and the key recommendations for each. 3.2: Demonstrate knowledge of, serving size, and food sources related to MyPyramid.gov. Why should we worry about proper nutrition now? What are the B- Vitamins and why are they important? What is the difference between deficiencies and toxicities? Can some neural tube defects be prevented by good nutrition? Why is it important to know and follow the dietary guidelines? How will following the new food guide pyramid improve your overall health? Ascorbic Acid B- Vitamins Deficiency Dehydration Electrolytes Fat- Soluble Folate (Folic Acid) Good Source Of Macro Micro Minerals Neural Tube Defects Nutrients Oxidation Perspiration Pesticides Ripe Seasonal Spina Bifida Toxicity Vitamins Water- Soluble Activity Calorie Dietary Guidelines Exercise Food Guide Pyramid Gradual Improvement Moderation Nutrient Nutrient Dense Nutrition Personalization Proportionality Serving Size Variety Whole Grain Picture Guide Orange Julius Fruit Pizza Veggie Stir- Fry Egg Rolls Coloring Activity Dietary Analysis Musical Chairs Breakfast Hawaiian Haystacks Addition/ Subtraction Formulas Reading Tables and Graphs

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