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Guidelines for the writing of activity units[edit source]

  1. Read carefully the introduction to, and rationale for, the course, paying particular attention to the curriculum.
  2. Look at and study the existing "Activity units" to see how they are constructed and where there are gaps in the series which need to be filled.
  3. The use of I.T., computation, web research[1] and organisational skills[2] are given due emphasis in each Activity unit. Some assignments involve downloading and working with PDF format worksheets. So the Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed. Open source software such as Open Office and Inkscape can be employed and students are encouraged to used their acquired skills and knowledge to make contributions to Wiki projects.
  4. List what you consider to be the gaps in the course.
  5. Draft an Activity unit, modelled on the previously compiled ones, to fill a gap that you have identified.
  6. If the ideal support material does not exist online then produce it.(Wikipedia article, Wikimedia images, Wikibooks)
  7. Carry out the activities that you have suggested on your draft Activity unit.
  8. Make any modifications needed to the Activity unit and support materials in the light of your experience in carrying out the activities.
  9. Choose a suitable title for your Activity unit page. (Usually a verb and a noun will be sufficient.)
  10. Put you suggested Activity unit "live" online, list it at the appropriate place in the course index by copying just the grey index box, and link it to the programme of study.(The grey box in the template automatically repeats the name of the page on which it is used so must be altered when used in the course index.)
  11. Wait for, evaluate and be prepared to act on feedback from other writers and students.


Activity unit template[edit source]


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Activity unit template[edit source]

Module:
Techniques:
Skills:
Food knowledge:
Equipment & appliances:


Objectives[edit source]

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Assignment[edit source]

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Essential reading[edit source]

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Vocabulary[edit source]

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Preparation skills[edit source]

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Cooking skills[edit source]

Weights and measures:[edit source]

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Methods and techniques[edit source]

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Equipment and appliances[edit source]

Knowledge of:[edit source]

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Experience with:[edit source]

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Ingredients[edit source]

Knowledge of:[edit source]

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Experience with:[edit source]

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Health and safety[edit source]

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Purchasing and budgeting[edit source]

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Presentation[edit source]

Research worksheet.pdf

Search various sources for presentation ideas and record your findings on a search worksheet. Use the ideas gained to present your food attractively.

Comment:

Google images and Wikimedia Commons are useful sources of images.


Recording and evaluation[edit source]

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Keep your completed worksheets in a file as a record of your completion of this Activity unit. You can also photograph your cooking as it progresses and when it is completed ready for serving.


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Development[edit source]

Further and background reading:[edit source]

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More experience:[edit source]

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Extension activities:[edit source]

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Glossary[edit source]

Conversion tables[edit source]

References[edit source]

  1. "How to do research on the Internet". www.lib.monash.edu.au.
  2. "Organisational skills" (PDF).

External links[edit source]