Lesson 3 in the Pasta Perfect Project takes the meal to the table and teaches students proper table setting to use while they enjoy eating their two pasta cooking labs.
In this lesson, students learn how to cook pasta "to perfection". Important vocabulary and procedures are introduced then students will follow a recipe to prepare a basic pasta.
In the first lesson of the Pasta Perfect Project, students go on a self guided exploration of pasta. They will use an interactive document to visit various engaging Internet resources to open their minds to the possibilities of pasta.
Students will have a chance to create a new candy bar into the candy market as they design and create a wrapper for a chocolate bar. As you might guess, the subject matter is very motivating and engaging!
Design a magazine cover simulating a circulation that is currently on the market. Students create a cover that would grab the attention of a buyer from start to finish.
An important part of design is the packaging, the same goes for an exciting and eye-catching book cover. From writing the description to designing the cover, students will be engaged from start to finish.
Selfies – if you can’t beat ‘em, teach ‘em! Adding mood to a photograph and creating a composition with intent are the activities of this lesson to begin good photography and ending with using great compositions for design.
Students today have a tough time maintaining their weight and eating properly. We are going to teach you how to do both as it is easier than you think. Keep a realistic mindset when it comes to eating and exercising and these changes will lead to big results.
Traffic accident scene management is a critical skill set for emergency responders to have. This lesson will provide students with the checklist of required actions to safely manage an accident scene and provide care.
In this lesson the student will complete the Observation and Shadowing Experiences as outlined in the FCCLA Teach and Train Star Event. This lesson is the second lesson in this project for the FCCLA Teach and Train Event.
In this lesson the student will complete the portfolio requirements in the FCCLA Teach and Train STAR Event. The student will also present the event as it would be presented in STAR Event Competition.
In this lesson students will learn how to write a lesson plan using the format from the Teach and Train FCCLA Event, write a lesson plan and teach the lesson in an age appropriate classroom) the age/grade level/subject matter is selected by the competitor).
In this lesson the students will identify the qualities of a good teacher through classroom discussion and personal reflection, identify the steps to earning a Single Subject or Multiple Subject Credential and complete a career exploration assignment in the field of Education.
Who better than your students to promote your program or your Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO)? Students will create a commercial using Advertisement Techniques to promote your program or CTSO. Lesson 4 of 4.
Who better than your students to promote your program or your CTSO? Students will create a logo, slogan and jingle to use in their commercial to promote your program or CTSO. Lesson 3 of 4.