EXPLAIN AND JUSTIFY THE REASONS BEHIND YOUR CHOICE OF TEACHING AND LEARNING APPROCHES AND USE OF RESOURCES, FOR ONE OF YOUR DELIVERED SESSIONS. I decided to teach how to make a no bake cheesecake for my micro teach as it will be fun, interactive, creative and stimulating for the students. Cheesecakes can be tasty, exciting to make and can appeal to both sexes and all age groups, they can also be evolved so individuals with allergies will be able to enjoy the experience of cake making. I have always loved making cheesecakes from a young age and wanted to pass on my skills of making them. I wanted my learners to not only learn something new but feel that they had achieved something new.
Making this long term commitment to support the new product strategy by knowing my target market which is Young and middle aged families who loves to cook breakfast or bake for their families, even families on the go who microwaves 65% of breakfast food would be a good candidate. I could satisfy consumer’s wants and needs by first having a web site set up with asking people in general there idea of king syrup coming back out on the market with the same taste just a new look with a splash of color that would be eye catching. Second I would gather up a team of go getters everyone on the same page for the market strategy and go to local club stores like Costco’s, Sam’s, Wal Mart and even some local supermarkets with some samples to past out samples of the new bottle . On the back of the bottle asking the consumer to log on to the web site and give there in put of the new bottle of King’s Syrup and along with the taste of maple that potential consumers will always be longing for. The early adapter’s consumers are the ones we are looking for to get a sample of the product and communicate by word of mouth to pass on the information to family, friends, and
We did talk to another fellow who puts the mustard under the hotdog because he doesn’t want it to interfere with the taste of his chili, which he says is superior. This is Traverse City’s House of Dogs. This fellow moved up from Grand Rapids and he does all these, he’s renamed a lot of our favorites, but you can still find
Unit 8- play activity for children from birth to age 16 years D1) A creative activity that encourages creativity is painting because children can use exciting shapes e.g. potato printing, finger painting, sponges etc and can use colourful and bright paints to create a painting of their choice A physical activity that encourages children to take part would be an obstacle course but the setting would have to tell the parents the day before to dress them in appropriate clothing for the activity. An investigative activity that encourages children to be involved would be making food for the home corner out of play dough then putting it in the microwave to make it hard so it doesn’t break when the children are playing with it. D2) the painting
Not only that it also go far to let the target audience know how helpful and healthy it will be for the human body and the nation as a whole. Last but not the least is the logos which is the appeal to your intellect showing you how you can do something new with bacon that you had no idea about as a single mother, family or restaurant owners who wants to try new dishes and meals. It also give you the break down of the recipe, how it needs to be cooked and how healthy it is for the body. The bacon pie ad has a lot of emotional appeal to its target audience because majority of American’s loves pie but is afraid to gain weight, therefore this ad has a lot to show its audience how to prepare it without you stepping out from the comfort of your home and also give you nutrition benefits such as not gaining weight and not dyeing early but to live strong for your self and for the
References “Basics for handling food safety.” (March 24, 2015.) Retrieved from www.fsis.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsis/topics/food-saftey-education/get-answers/food-safety-fact-sheets/safe-food-handling/basics-for-handling-food-safely “Five ways to make food more fun and appealing for kids.” (April 16, 2012.) Retrieved from www.bravurachefs.com/5-ways-to-make-food-more-fun-and-appealing-for-kids “Make Mealtimes in child care Pleasant, Easy and Appealing.” (March 28, 2012.) Retrieved from www.extension.org/pages/25781/make-mealtimes-in-child-care-pleasant-easy-and-appealing#.VTkRNFL3aJI P. Kendall and N. Dimond. (June 2012.)
Let them be more involved in making good food choices, such as packing lunch. Ages 13 to 17: Teens like fast food, but try to steer them toward healthier choices like grilled chicken sandwiches, salads, and smaller sizes. Teach them how to prepare healthy meals and snacks at home. Encourage teens to be active every
Amy L. Mills Foundations Ronald McDonald House My experience at the Ronald McDonald house was something I gained so much from and I am very appreciative to have been a volunteer for that day. We spent the morning preparing food for the sick children and their families, but for me the experience was much more than just being able to cook and prepare food. We started the day by cooking breakfast for the children. Slowly the children and their families came down to eat the food we prepared. The children had the most amazing personalities and were so happy, which amazed me, knowing what they are going through.
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- Encouragement: A lot of residents I work with seek encouragement to do tasks. Other forms of teaching are: Practical: Teaching my residents new skills such as making new dinners, showing them how to buy the correct ingredients and prepare the food. Emotional: Listening to my residents, giving them enough emotional support, giving them praise and accepting mistakes without ridicule. Social: Is my teaching acceptable for the residents needs? Intellectual: I am often giving pieces of my knowledge to my residents such as directions around the island to get places or information about television programmes that they watch.