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Title: Kitchen Safety Board Game


1
Kitchen Safety Board Game
2
Procedure
  • Read Chapter 22 Working in the Kitchen.
    (pages 405-419)
  • Take notes while you read using the note taking
    sheets. This sheet will be graded.

3
Notes
Key Points
4
  • Break down into 6 groups.

5
Group Brainstorming
  • Review everyone's notes and decide on a game
    topic.
  • Discuss what type of game youd like to make.
  • Discuss and decide on a name for your game.
  • Discuss game rules and directions.

6
Work Order
  • Everyone contributes to writing the rough draft
    for the directions.
  • Each person will write 5 questions and answers on
    the QA sheet. (This sheet will be graded.) Use
    your note taking sheets. All questions and
    answers are to be written in complete questions.
    (No one word answers)

7
Individual Jobs
  • 1 person types the directions
  • 1 person transfers all the QAs from the
    individual sheets to the cards.
  • Remaining students design and make the game
    board.

8
Grading
  • Directions are typed, in order, make sense and
    are easy to follow (number of players, how the
    game begins, etc.) They are without spelling and
    punctuation errors.
  • Q As are written in complete sentences.
    Spelling is correct and the QAs are
    appropriate. There are 5 Q As per student and
    there are no repeat questions.

9
Grading(continued)
  • Game board design is appropriate and without
    spelling errors. The overall appearance is neat,
    presentable and attractive. Your names are
    written on the back of the game board.
  • All QA sheets, individual note taking sheets and
    filled-in scoring rubric are paper-clipped to the
    game board.

10
Student Assessment
  • Understood directions.
  • Questions are appropriate.
  • Q AS are in complete sentences.
  • There a 5 Q As per student.
  • The title of the game is visible on the game
    board.
  • Game board design is easy to follow.
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