Food Service (Adapted)

Recipients of the Food Service (Adapted) Digital Badge Credential have demonstrated concept proficiency and completed the following tasks:

Activity 1: Cleanliness Test

1.     Gather materials.
2.     Put four large plates and one small plate on the table.  Separate the four large plates into two stacks of two plates.
3.     Pour a little paint onto the small plate.
4.     Put your fingertips into the paint.
5.     Pick up two large plates and stack them.
6.     Wash your hands with soap and warm water.
7.     Look closely at the plates you stacked.  Do you see red fingerprints?
8.     Look at the germs with the magnifying glass.
9.     Pick up the other two large plates and stack.
10.    Look at the plates.  Do you see any fingerprints?
11.     Look at the plates with the magnifying glass.  Do you see any germs?
12.    Wash and dry all of the plates.
13.    Clean up your work area.

Activity 2: How Germs Spread

1.     Gather materials.
2.     Put a small piece of tape on the top of each petri dish.
3.     Write numbers 1-5 on each piece of tape.
4.     Petri dish 1 will stay closed so no germs will get in.
5.     Take the cover off of dish 2.  Place the lid upside down on the table.  Wait five minutes.
6.     Pick up the lid but don’t touch the inside.  Put the lid on the dish.
7.     Dip a clean swab in the Easygel bottle.
8.      Rub the swab on a doorknob.
9.      Open dish 3 and place the lid upside down on the table.
10.    Gently rub the swab across the gel in a “z” pattern.  Carefully close the lid as before.
11.    Wipe the table top with a dish cloth.
12.    Dip a clean swab in the Easygel bottle.
13.    Rub the swab on the dish cloth.
14.    Open dish 4 and place the lid upside down on the table.
15.    Gently rub the swab across the gel in a “z” pattern.  Carefully close the lid as before.
16.    Dip a clean swab in the Easygel bottle.
17.    Rub the swab across the bottom of the backpack.
18.   Open dish 5 and place the lid upside down on the table.
19.   Gently rub the swab across the gel in a “z” pattern.  Carefully close the lid as before.
20.   Put all five dishes in a warm place. Wait one week.
21.   Look at each dish with the magnifying glass.  Use the Petri Dish Template to draw the germs in each dish.
22.   Give the Petri dishes to your teacher for proper disposal.
23.   Put your materials away.
24.   Wash your hands.

Activity 3: Preparing Attractive Meals

1.     Gather materials.
2.     Put on apron and hat.
3.     Wash your hands.
4.     Put on the disposable gloves.
5.     Put the dinner plates, salad/bread plates and dessert bowls on the table.
6.     Put a grain on each small salad/bread plate.
7.     Put a dessert in each bowl.
8.     Put a protein on each dinner plate.
9.      Put a vegetable on each dinner plate.
10.    Put a fruit on each dinner plate.
11.    Point to the meal that looks more attractive.
12.   Let your teacher check your work.
13.    Put your materials away.

Activity 4:  Filling Orders

1.     Gather materials.
2.     Put on the apron and hat.
3.     Wash your hands.
4.     Put on the disposable gloves.
5.     Look at Filling Orders Template 1.  Find the food model that fills this order.
6.     Put the matching food model on the Filling Orders Template 1.
7.     Look at Filling Orders Template 2.  Find the food model that fills this order.
8.     Put the matching food model on the Filling Orders Template 2.
9.     Look at Filling Orders Template 3.  Find the food model that fills this order.
10.   Put the matching food model on Filling Orders Template 3.
11.   Take off your gloves.  Get the Blank Order Form and the pencil.
12.   On the Blank Order form, write the total cost of the apple.
13.   On the Blank Order form, write the total cost of the roasted chicken.
14.   On the Blank Order form, write the total cost of the muffin.
15.   Use the calculator to add the total cost of the apple, roasted chicken and muffin.
16.   Write the total amount in the space on the Blank Order form.
17.   Have your teacher check your work.
18.   Put your materials away.

Activity 5: Planning School Lunches

1.     Gather materials.
2.     Put on the apron and hat.
3.     Wash your hands.
4.     Put on the disposable gloves.
5.     Put three trays on the table.  Spread out the food models.
6.     Put one protein in the big rectangular space on each tray.
7.     Put one grain on each tray next to the protein.
8.      Put one dairy in the rectangular space on the top left of each tray.
9.      Put one vegetable in the rectangular space next to the dairy on each tray.
10.    Put one fruit in the rectangular space next to the vegetable on each tray.
11.    Put one drink in the circular space on each tray.
12.    Get the Food Group picture.  Use it to see if you have one of each food group on your trays.
13.    Have your teacher check your work.
14.    Put away your materials.

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