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Unit 1 Can we do chemistry in the kitchen 3, 1 1 Strawberry smoothie. 1 2 Laboratory vs Kitchen, 1 3 Safety in lab and in the kitchen. 1 4 Cutting onions or a scientific investigation, Unit 2 How do we measure in the kitchen 15. 2 1 How do we measure the quantity of each ingredient in our. 2 2 An Old Scottish Recipe or how to convert units. 2 3 Does one kilo of sugar weight the same as one of rice or. an introduction to the density, 2 4 Fresh or old eggs or the relation between density and. floatability, Unit 3 Let s go to investigate about solids liquids and gases 30.
3 1 Cheese is a solid milk a liquid an steam a gas or states of. matter in the kitchen, 3 2 Why gases have this behaviour Or introduction to the. particle theory, 3 3 Boiling water for the tea or state changes in the kitchen. 3 4 How does the pressure cooker and the coffeemaker work. Or explaining the state changes with the particle theory. 3 5 Making ice cream or how can we change the melting. Unit 4 Let s go to mix up the ingredients 57, 4 1 Breakfast with mixtures or classifying the mixtures. 4 2 Rock candy or how to crystallise a pure substance. 4 3 Vegetable soup or how to separate by filtration. 4 4 Salad dressing and mayonnaise or emulsions in the. Lorena Pay 2, Unit 1 Can we do chemistry, in the kitchen. 1 1 Strawberry smoothie, 1 2 Laboratory vs Kitchen.
1 3 Safety in lab and in the kitchen, 1 4 Cutting onions or a scientific. investigation, Lorena Pay 3, Chemistry in the Kitchen Teacher Notes Unit 1. 1 1 Strawberry smoothie, Aim To encourage the students to learn the content of this subject in English. Teaching objectives, Processes in the kitchen, Equipment in the kitchen. Communication, Explaining the equipment you need for a special process.
Completing a recipe, Making questions, Relation between the quantities and the ingredients of the recipe. Relation between the equipment and their function, Using the correct action to describe a step of the recipe. At the end of the lesson students will be able to, Think that the English is not going to be a problem in this subject. Development of the activities, A1 The teacher will show a PowerPoint with the Strawberry Smoothie recipe. and will explain it She will ask the pupils to take notes When finished she. will make oral questions in Catalan to the whole group in order to check if. they have understood, a Quins s n els ingredients, b Quin equipament de cuina necessitem per preparar aquesta recepta.
c C m es prepara, A2 Here the students have to match the quantities for each ingredient They. have to recognise the type of substance and how we can measure it. To prepare a Strawberry Smoothie we need 6 large strawberries 300 ml milk. and 1 small pot of fruit yoghurt, Then there is a revision activity of the fruits vocabulary In the box there are. names of different fruits in English with scrambled letters they have to. reorganise them and match with the picture The fruits are banana pineapple. grapes pear apple peach grapes and kiwi, Lorena Pay 4. Chemistry in the Kitchen Teacher Notes Unit 1, A3 Students have to name the equipment they need to prepare the smoothie. Each small group of three will have a set of flash cards with the kitchen. A4 Now the pupils have to write down the recipe They have to write down the. name of the recipe the ingredients and equipment They have worked with. this vocabulary before and they shouldn t have any problem For the. procedure they just have to complete the sentences with the verbs they learnt. in A1 In case they need a little more help the words could be written on the. Slice Pour Blend Serve, Place Remove Pour Add, A5 This is an oral activity The students will stand up and will look for 5.
different students to interview They have 5 different questions to ask them. and they should make up one more question, This is the introduction of all the sessions it shouldn t take more than one session. Session 1 A1 A5 This is an introductory session, PowerPoint on how to prepare the Strawberry Smoothie. Flash cards with kitchen equipment, http www foodafactoflife org uk attachments 19c1c976 b26e 492bf5625706 pdf. Assessment, This introductory session is meant as an initial assessment and also a. motivating activity so that the students don t feel that English is going to be so. difficult The teacher should pay attention to, The confidence of the students with the foreign language.
Their ability to understand it and use it, The way all the activities are answered and completed. Bibliography and other resources, Pictures come from the next web sites. http www menudospeques net recursos infantiles laminas colorear d. ia alimentacion colorear dia de la alimentacion php. www johnsesl com printables pineapple gif, The recipe and some more pictures have been taken from. http www nutrition org uk home asp siteId 43 sectionId 529 sub. SubSectionId 442 subSectionId 312 parentSection 300 which 2. Cooking survey from, http www britishcouncil org languageassistant cooking htm. Lorena Pay 5, Chemistry in the Kitchen Teacher Notes Unit 1.
1 2 Laboratory versus kitchen, Aim To know the relation between the kitchen and the laboratory. Teaching objectives, Lab equipment and kitchen equipment. Communication, Explaining the use of the equipment. Specific vocabulary of the laboratory, Specific vocabulary of the kitchen. Understanding that matter is made up of chemicals, Making the relation between the kitchen and the laboratory.
Looking for lab and kitchen equipment you can need for a certain use. At the end of the lesson students will be able, To understand that the kitchen and the chemistry lab are really similar. To understand that matter is made up of chemicals, To identify specific equipment for a certain use. Developing of the activities, A6 In this activity the students have to choose which of the substances. mentioned are chemicals A common misconception is that chemicals are only. artificial substances like additives while all the matter is made up of. chemicals To check their answers they will see the video Chemicals in food. As a final conclusion the students will have to order to sentences. Every ingredient in your cooking is made up of chemicals. All the matter is made up of chemicals, A7 The teacher will give out to the groups the kitchen equipment cards or the. lab equipment cards Each small group will look for the equipment used for. the differents actions ones will look for the lab equipment and the others for. the kitchen equipment To complete their table they will work now in pairs. one that should have worked the lab equipment and the other that should have. worked the kitchen equipment They will ask their partner which the. equipment is needed for each use, Which is the kitchen or lab equipment used for heating.
For heating in the kitchen we use the cooker or kitchen stoves. For heating in the lab we use the hot plate or Bunsen burner. Lorena Pay 6, Chemistry in the Kitchen Teacher Notes Unit 1. Instead of using the flash cards the computer room can also be used so that. the pupils look for the information to complete the chart in the next websites. http www tuhsd k12 az us Desert Vista HS academics Science B. iology standard labeq htm, http www fordhamprep org gcurran sho sho lessons lesson162 ht. http www cartage org lb en themes Sciences Chemistry Analytica. lchemistry LabEquipment LabEquipment htm, http www nutrition org uk home asp siteId 43 sectionId 444 s. ubSectionId 312 parentSection 300 which 2, Pupils that finish early can be encouraged to do the lab equipment quiz. Only one session will be needed to complete these activities. Session 2 A6 A7, Video V16 Chemicals in food, http www chemsoc org networks learnnet kitchenchemistry 00 video htm.
Flash cards with kitchen equipment, http www foodafactoflife org uk attachments 19c1c976 b26e. 492bf5625706 pdf, Flash cards with lab equipment, Suggested PowerPoint for the lesson Lab vs Kitchen. Assessment, In this part of the unit the assessment will include. Oral questions during A6 and during the video, Observation in class of the way they complete A7 and the speaking. The way all the activities are answered and completed on the jotter. Bibliography and other resources, Flash cards with lab equipment pictures have been taken from.
http www sciencegeek net Chemistry Powerpoint Equipment Equipm. ent files frame htm, http www geocities com chemfun unit1 labequipment equipment ht. http www fordhamprep org gcurran sho sho lessons lesson162 htm. http www tuhsd k12 az us Desert Vista HS academics Science Biolo. gy standard labeq htm, Lab equipment quiz may be for more advance level. http www quia com quiz 397345 html AP rand 1559704471. Lorena Pay 7, Chemistry in the Kitchen Teacher Notes Unit 1. 1 3 Safety in the lab and in the kitchen, Aim To establish the rules to work in the laboratory. Teaching objectives, Dangers in the kitchen and in the laboratory.
Rules to work in the laboratory, Hazard symbols, Communication. Oral question using why and because particles, Description of character and his her position. Acknowledgement of the dangers in the kitchen and the ones in the laboratory. Acknowledgements of the safety rules at the lab, Recognising the hazard symbols. Knowing how to use safely domestic and lab substances according to their. hazard symbols, At the end of the lesson students will be able to. Understand that both the laboratory and the kitchen are dangerous places and. one should follow some rules, Recognise the most common hazard symbols.
Analyse the hazard of chemical substances in their houses and in the lab and. use this information to work safely with these substances. Development of the activities, A8 The students have to look at the picture The teacher will ask them where the. next things are, Fridge dirty cookery knife tray edge of the table pet. raw chicken carpet rubbish cookery teapot spillage. Once they know the vocabulary they have to circle the hazards they can see in. the picture Then a set of cards of the unsafe things will be given out Pupils. will have to match the unsafe things with the hazards they have circled before. and then with the different things that can happen. The set of cards of the consequences will be given out later Then they will. have to match them with the unsafe things To check the answers the teacher. will ask the students why different actions are unsafe. Why is it unsafe when the fridge door is not closed. Because food can go off, Lorena Pay 8, Chemistry in the Kitchen Teacher Notes Unit 1. A9 This is an activity to work with the safety rules at lab students should read. the statements and decide if they are true or false If they are false they should. correct them, A10 In this activity students should have to look for the broken safety rules in the. picture First they should recognise them in the picture circle and number. them Then they should describe the character who is breaking the rule and. locate it And finally they should write down the broken safety rule If the. language level of the students is not high enough to write down the rules they. can be given out the cards with the lab safety rules. A11 Here the hazard symbols will be introduced The teacher will ask the. students what they know about these hazards, A12 Then they will be asked to read the different explanation for the symbols.
and to match the names of the hazards with their symbols and the. corresponding explanations, A13 In this activity they will have to look for the symbol of different common. substances At the end teacher will ask them to identify the hazard for each. Only one session is necessary for these activities. Session 3 A8 A10, Session 4 A11 A13, Set of cards for A8 and A10. Different common substances usually found in the house for A13 if it s done. in the classroom and not as homework, Assessment, In this part of the unit the assessment will include. Oral questions, Observation in class of the way they recognise the hazards and how. they work with the group to match the unsafe things sentences and the. consequences, The way all the activities are answered and completed on the jotter.
If they have written down the safety rules this will be checked also. Bibliography and other resources, Suggested PowerPoint for the lesson with some different activities. Safety in lab and kitchen, Lorena Pay 9, Chemistry in the Kitchen Teacher Notes Unit 1. Extra resources for identifying the domestic hazards. ICT activity Calamity kitchen, http www foodlink org uk calamity kitchen htm. Another ICT activity of hazards in the kitchen, http www csef net uploads tests kitchen htm. ICT activity Electrical Safety, http www miamisci org af sln frankenstein safety html.
Safety rules resources, Foods lab safety rules, Looking for broken safety rules in a text activity. http www sciencenewsforkids org pages safetyzone asp. http science nsta org enewsletter 2003 07 labrules htm. http www stantonbury org uk Students Science Year 207 Laboratory 20Sa. fety 20Rules doc good document to be handed out, http www sciencemadesimple com lab safety html. http www frontiernet net jlkeefer safety html, http www carnegieinstitution org first light case horn labsafety html

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