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Lesson Plan in Technical Livelihood Education (TLE)

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Lesson Plan in Technical Livelihood Education (TLE)

  1. 1. LESSON PLAN IN TECHNICAL LIVELIHOOD EDUCATION I. AREA OF SPECIALIZATION Topic: Food and Beverages Sub Topic: Flatware Instructional Materials: Power Point Presentation, TV Reference: Book (Principles of Food and Beverage pp.74-76) II. OBJECTIVES At the end of the discussion, the students should be able to: 1. Define what is flatware; 2. Differentiate the different types of flatware. 3. Appreciate the importance of identifying the uses of different flatware. 4. List down the different types of flatware and its uses. III. STRATEGIES A. Daily routine - Greetings - Checking of Attendance. B. Review The class will be answering the pictures given on the board that contains the types of glassware. C. Motivation Call 3-5 students and ask them how they define “utensils” and what are the different utensils they use in eating.
  2. 2. D. Lesson proper Learning Task Activities Evaluation 1. Define Flatware, 2. Differentiate the Types of Flatware and Its Uses. Discuss the term “Flatware,” – It refers to table utensils used to served and eat food, such as forks, spoons, butter knives and plates, all of which are fairly flat in design. Types of Flatware  Escargot/Seafood Fork - These are two prong forks made of stainless steel which are used with escargot dishes.  Cocktail Fork - This is a small fork like trident, used for spearing cocktail garnishes such as olives.  Salad/Dessert Fork - It has flatter and slightly broader tines than those of a dinner fork, used when vegetables are served as salads.  Fish Fork - It is usually smaller than the meat fork is meant when eating fish.  Dinner Fork - It is used to eat the main entrée.  Cake Fork - It is narrower and slightly shorter than a salad fork that is used when serving cakes and other pastries.  Salad Serving Fork - It is used to serve food as tossed salad.  Carving Fork - It is used in conjunction with a carving knife, specifically design in carving meat.  Demitasse Spoon - It has varying Short Quiz (10 items) Flatware and Types of Flatware I. Identify the following terms. 1. This is a small fork like trident, used for spearing cocktail garnishes such as olives. 2. It comes with the sauce boat which is used in courses with gravy or other sauces. 3. It has straight edge, a shorter, thinner and wider blade which enables it to cut the slices of meat. 4. It is an oval shaped spoon that has the length midway between the length of the tablespoon and teaspoon which is primarily used when dessert is served. 5. It has varying shapes and sizes which are used when fish is being served. 6. It is used for
  3. 3. sizes depending on the size of the demitasse cup and saucer.  Soup Ladle - It is a ladle for soups that has a variety of shapes and sizes depending on the deep bowls whether it is round, oval or fluted.  Gravy Spoon - It comes with the sauce boat which is used in courses with gravy or other sauces.  Table Spoon - It is larger than a teaspoon or a dessert spoon, used in serving food at the table and as standard measuring unit in recipes.  Teaspoon - It is used to stir hot beverages.  Dessert Spoon - It is an oval shaped spoon that has the length midway between the length of the tablespoon and teaspoon which is primarily used when dessert is served.  Soup spoon - It is used when soup is served.  Parfait - It is used for stirring iced tea in tall glasses which has the same purposes like the Long Drink.  Serving spoon - It is much larger than a spoon used for eating. It is used to move food from the main dish to individual plates.  Pastry lifter - It is used to move the pastry from the main dish to the dessert plate.  Fish knife - It has varying shapes and sizes which are used when fish is being served.  Steak knife - It is a special knife that stirring iced tea in tall glasses which has the same purposes like the Long Drink. 7. It is narrower and slightly shorter than a salad fork that is used when serving cakes and other pastries. 8. It is a ladle for soups that has a variety of shapes and sizes depending on the deep bowls whether it is round, oval or fluted. 9. These are two prong forks made of stainless steel which are used with escargot dishes. 10. It refers to table utensils used to served and eat food, such as forks, spoons, butter knives and plates, all of which are fairly flat in design. II. Give at least 3 types of flatware and define each.
  4. 4. IV. GENERALIZATION 1. What is Flatware? 2. What are the different types of flatware? 3. What are the uses of the different flatware? V. ASSIGNMENT 1. Make a research about Chinaware. 1.1 Define the following terms.  Chinaware  Porcelain  Bone China  Earthenware  Stoneware 1.2 Types of Chinaware with pictures. Prepared by: Checked by: Cristina B. Protacio Mrs. Lorna Arcellana (Student Teacher) (Critic Teacher) Feedback (Monitoring, Criticizing): has a sharp tip and a serrated edge to cut thick portions of meat.  Carving knife - It has straight edge, a shorter, thinner and wider blade which enables it to cut the slices of meat.

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