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I. OBJECTIVES
At the end of the lesson, the studentswill be able to:
 Define what is flatware
 Differentiate the types of flatware and its uses
 List down the different types of flatware and its uses
II. SUBJECT MATTER
Topic: Flatware (Foodand Beverages)
Instructional Materials: Printed Materials,visual aids, audio and video, laptop and
projector (if possible)
References:
III. STRATEGIES
Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity
A. Daily Routine
1. Prayer
Keam, kindly lead the prayer.
2. Greetings
Good Morning,Class.
3. Checking of Attendance
Lovely, is everybody presenttoday?
4. Classroom Management
Kindly pick up the pieces of paper
underyour chair. See if all chairs are
aligned and arrangedproperly.Then
you may take your seat.
B. 1. Follow Up/ Drill
Now, I will groupyou into three.
Each groupwill be given an
envelope containing puzzles of
picture you need to fix.
Group1
God, we thankyou, praise you for
everything. Guide us and forgive us.In
Jesusname, Amen.
Good Morning,Ma’am.
Yes, Ma’am.
(The studentswill do as told)
Group2
Group3
After you finished the puzzle, you
can now pasteit on the board.
2. Review of the Past Lesson
Before we proceed to our lesson,
let’s have a review from ourpast
lesson.
What have we discussedyesterday,
Class?
Very Good!
What is family, again?
Very Good! Another?
About Family, Ma’am.
Ma’am, family is the basic unit of the
society.
Family is compose of father, mother and
children.
C. Lesson Proper
3. Motivation
Now, we’ll play a game. I will play a
songand then I’ll facilitate when the
music will stop. The studentswhere
the music stopswill come here in
front and will pick a paper inside this
box. You need to answer the
questionsinside it. Understood?
(The teacher will play a song)
4. Learning Task
Let’s go back to the pictures you’ve
created a while ago. What is on the
first picture?
Very good.
How about the second one?
Very good.
What aboutthe thirdone?
Very good.
When do we usuallyuse this kind of
utensils?
Very good.
In tablesetting there are different
kinds of spoon,fork and knife or
flatware that we use. But before we
discussed that,can someone give
any idea what is flatware?
Very good.
(The studentwill raise a hand and answer)
I think flatware refers to spoons, forks and
knifes.
1. Salad/Dessert Fork – It hasflatter
and slightlybroader tines than
those of a dinner fork, used when
vegetablesand saladsare served.
2. Fish Fork – usuallysmaller than
meat fork and usedin eating fish.
3. Dinner Fork – It is used to eat the
main entrée.
4. Cake Fork – It is narrowerand
slightlyshorter thana salad fork
thatis used when serving cakes and
other pastries.
Added, flatware refers to table
utensilsthat are used to serve and
eats foods, such as, spoons,forks,
knifes which are flat in design.
There different kindsof flatware.
Jana, kindly you read number 1.
(Show a picture of Salad/Dessert
Fork)
Nicole, kindly read number 2.
(Show a picture of Fish Fork)
Aimee, kindly read number3.
(Show a picture of dinner fork)
Lovely, kindly read number4.
(Show a picture of cake fork)
Mycah, kindly read number5.
(Show a picture of saladfork)
Gisselle, kindly read number 6.
(Show a picture of teaspoon)
Inilyn, kindly read number 7.
(Show a picture of tablespoon)
Rixequel, kindly read number8.
(Show a picture of dessertspoon)
Keam, kindly read number9.
5. Salad Fork – It is used to serve food
as tossed salad.
6. Teaspoon – It is usedto stir hot
beverages.
7. Table Spoon – It is largerthan a
teaspoonor a dessertspoon, used
in servingfood at the table and as
measuringunit in recipes.
8. Dessert Spoon – It is an oval shaped
spoon thathas the lengthmidway
between the lengthof the table
spoon andteaspoon which
primarily used when the dessertis
served.
9. Soup spoon – It is used when the
soup is served.
10. Serving Spoon – Muchlargerthan
the spoon usedfor eating. It is used
to move foods from main dish to
individual plates.
11. Fish knife – It has a varying shapes
and sizes which are usedwhen fish
is being served.
12. Steak Knife – It is a special knife
thathas a sharptip and serrated
edges to cut thick portionof meat.
13. CarvingKnife – It has a straight
edge; shorter, thinner,wider blades
thatenables it to cut slices of meat.
(Show a picture of soupspoon)
Nova, kindly read number 10.
(show a picture of serving spoon)
Irish, kindly read number11.
(show a picture of fish knife)
Nikka, kindly read number12.
(show a picture of steak knife)
Ivy, kindly read number 13.
(Show a picture of carvingknife)
Those are some example of
flatware. Added to this are the
following:
Parfait – It is used for stirring iced
tea in tallglasseswhich has the
same purpose like the Long Drink.
Soup Ladle – It is the ladlefor soup
thathas variety of shapesand sizes
depending on the bowls whether it
is round,ovalor fluted.
(Show picture of parfait and soup
ladle)
5. Analysis
Now, I will groupyou into four.
Then, I will give you this chart
containing pictures of different
flatware we’ve discussed. Allyou
need to do is match the correct uses
to the right flatware. I will give you 3
minutes to finish it. After that, you
can paste it on the board
6. Generalization
(The studentswill discuss and do the
activity as told)
Flatware refers to table utensilsthat are
used to serve and eats foods, such as,
spoons,forks, knifes which are flat in
design.
Spoons, Fork andKnife.
Much largerthanthe spoon used for
eating. It is used to move foods from main
dish to individual plates.
It is used when the soup is served.
Teaspoon, table spoonand dessert spoon.
It is a special knife that hasa sharp tip and
serratededges to cut thick portion of
meat.
Carvingknife and fish knife
It is narrower and slightlyshorterthan a
saladfork thatis used when servingcakes
and other pastries.
It hasflatter and slightlybroader tines
thanthose of a dinner fork, usedwhen
vegetablesand saladsare served.
What is flatware again?
Give me an example of flatware (at
least 3)
What do we mean by serving spoon?
How about the soupspoon?
Give me the othertypes of spoon.
What do we mean by steak knife?
Give me the othertypes of knife.
What do we mean by cake fork?
How about the dessertfork?
Give me the othertypes of fork.
Very good.You really understood
our lesson.
7. Activity
I will group you into two teams.
Each team will representeach color.
The team 1 will be the red team and
team 2 will be the yellow team.
With the use of this clays. I want you
to create a flatware based on what
have we discussed.
Each team will be given 5 minutes.
Finish or not both teams need to
stop after 5 minutes. The more
flatware you did the more points
you’ll get.
Salad fork, fish fork and dinner fork.
Yes, Ma’am.
(The studentswill do the activity)
Remember: It shouldbe alike to the
description given. Understood?
You may startnow.
8. Assignment
Research the meaning of
dinnerware and give at least 3
examples. Write it in your notebook.
IV. EVALUATION
Get ¼ sheet of pad paper. Identify the following based on the types of flatware that is
being said. Write the correct answer only.
________ 1. Refers to table utensilsthatare usedto serve and eats foods, suchas, spoons,
forks, knifes which are flat in design.
________ 2. It is largerthan a teaspoon or a dessert spoon,used in servingfood at the table
and as measuringunit in recipes.
________ 3. It is usedwhen the soupis served.
________ 4. It is much larger thanthe spoon used for eating. It is used to move foods from
main dish to individual plates.
_______ 6. It is narrowerand slightlyshorterthan a salad fork thatis used when serving
cakes and other pastries.
_______ 7. It hasflatter and slightlybroader tines than thoseof a dinner fork, used when
vegetablesand saladsare served.
_______ 8. It is an ovalshaped spoonthat has the lengthmidway between the lengthof the
table spoonand teaspoon which primarily used when the dessert is served.
V. REMARKS
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________
_____

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  • 1. I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the studentswill be able to:  Define what is flatware  Differentiate the types of flatware and its uses  List down the different types of flatware and its uses II. SUBJECT MATTER Topic: Flatware (Foodand Beverages) Instructional Materials: Printed Materials,visual aids, audio and video, laptop and projector (if possible) References: III. STRATEGIES Teacher’s Activity Student’s Activity A. Daily Routine 1. Prayer Keam, kindly lead the prayer. 2. Greetings Good Morning,Class. 3. Checking of Attendance Lovely, is everybody presenttoday? 4. Classroom Management Kindly pick up the pieces of paper underyour chair. See if all chairs are aligned and arrangedproperly.Then you may take your seat. B. 1. Follow Up/ Drill Now, I will groupyou into three. Each groupwill be given an envelope containing puzzles of picture you need to fix. Group1 God, we thankyou, praise you for everything. Guide us and forgive us.In Jesusname, Amen. Good Morning,Ma’am. Yes, Ma’am. (The studentswill do as told)
  • 2. Group2 Group3 After you finished the puzzle, you can now pasteit on the board. 2. Review of the Past Lesson Before we proceed to our lesson, let’s have a review from ourpast lesson. What have we discussedyesterday, Class? Very Good! What is family, again? Very Good! Another? About Family, Ma’am. Ma’am, family is the basic unit of the society. Family is compose of father, mother and children.
  • 3. C. Lesson Proper 3. Motivation Now, we’ll play a game. I will play a songand then I’ll facilitate when the music will stop. The studentswhere the music stopswill come here in front and will pick a paper inside this box. You need to answer the questionsinside it. Understood? (The teacher will play a song) 4. Learning Task Let’s go back to the pictures you’ve created a while ago. What is on the first picture? Very good. How about the second one? Very good. What aboutthe thirdone? Very good. When do we usuallyuse this kind of utensils? Very good. In tablesetting there are different kinds of spoon,fork and knife or flatware that we use. But before we discussed that,can someone give any idea what is flatware? Very good. (The studentwill raise a hand and answer) I think flatware refers to spoons, forks and knifes. 1. Salad/Dessert Fork – It hasflatter and slightlybroader tines than those of a dinner fork, used when vegetablesand saladsare served. 2. Fish Fork – usuallysmaller than meat fork and usedin eating fish. 3. Dinner Fork – It is used to eat the main entrée. 4. Cake Fork – It is narrowerand slightlyshorter thana salad fork thatis used when serving cakes and other pastries.
  • 4. Added, flatware refers to table utensilsthat are used to serve and eats foods, such as, spoons,forks, knifes which are flat in design. There different kindsof flatware. Jana, kindly you read number 1. (Show a picture of Salad/Dessert Fork) Nicole, kindly read number 2. (Show a picture of Fish Fork) Aimee, kindly read number3. (Show a picture of dinner fork) Lovely, kindly read number4. (Show a picture of cake fork) Mycah, kindly read number5. (Show a picture of saladfork) Gisselle, kindly read number 6. (Show a picture of teaspoon) Inilyn, kindly read number 7. (Show a picture of tablespoon) Rixequel, kindly read number8. (Show a picture of dessertspoon) Keam, kindly read number9. 5. Salad Fork – It is used to serve food as tossed salad. 6. Teaspoon – It is usedto stir hot beverages. 7. Table Spoon – It is largerthan a teaspoonor a dessertspoon, used in servingfood at the table and as measuringunit in recipes. 8. Dessert Spoon – It is an oval shaped spoon thathas the lengthmidway between the lengthof the table spoon andteaspoon which primarily used when the dessertis served. 9. Soup spoon – It is used when the soup is served. 10. Serving Spoon – Muchlargerthan the spoon usedfor eating. It is used to move foods from main dish to individual plates. 11. Fish knife – It has a varying shapes and sizes which are usedwhen fish is being served. 12. Steak Knife – It is a special knife thathas a sharptip and serrated edges to cut thick portionof meat. 13. CarvingKnife – It has a straight edge; shorter, thinner,wider blades thatenables it to cut slices of meat.
  • 5. (Show a picture of soupspoon) Nova, kindly read number 10. (show a picture of serving spoon) Irish, kindly read number11. (show a picture of fish knife) Nikka, kindly read number12. (show a picture of steak knife) Ivy, kindly read number 13. (Show a picture of carvingknife) Those are some example of flatware. Added to this are the following: Parfait – It is used for stirring iced tea in tallglasseswhich has the same purpose like the Long Drink. Soup Ladle – It is the ladlefor soup thathas variety of shapesand sizes depending on the bowls whether it is round,ovalor fluted. (Show picture of parfait and soup ladle) 5. Analysis Now, I will groupyou into four. Then, I will give you this chart containing pictures of different flatware we’ve discussed. Allyou need to do is match the correct uses to the right flatware. I will give you 3 minutes to finish it. After that, you can paste it on the board 6. Generalization (The studentswill discuss and do the activity as told) Flatware refers to table utensilsthat are used to serve and eats foods, such as, spoons,forks, knifes which are flat in design. Spoons, Fork andKnife. Much largerthanthe spoon used for eating. It is used to move foods from main dish to individual plates. It is used when the soup is served. Teaspoon, table spoonand dessert spoon. It is a special knife that hasa sharp tip and serratededges to cut thick portion of meat. Carvingknife and fish knife It is narrower and slightlyshorterthan a saladfork thatis used when servingcakes and other pastries. It hasflatter and slightlybroader tines thanthose of a dinner fork, usedwhen vegetablesand saladsare served.
  • 6. What is flatware again? Give me an example of flatware (at least 3) What do we mean by serving spoon? How about the soupspoon? Give me the othertypes of spoon. What do we mean by steak knife? Give me the othertypes of knife. What do we mean by cake fork? How about the dessertfork? Give me the othertypes of fork. Very good.You really understood our lesson. 7. Activity I will group you into two teams. Each team will representeach color. The team 1 will be the red team and team 2 will be the yellow team. With the use of this clays. I want you to create a flatware based on what have we discussed. Each team will be given 5 minutes. Finish or not both teams need to stop after 5 minutes. The more flatware you did the more points you’ll get. Salad fork, fish fork and dinner fork. Yes, Ma’am. (The studentswill do the activity)
  • 7. Remember: It shouldbe alike to the description given. Understood? You may startnow. 8. Assignment Research the meaning of dinnerware and give at least 3 examples. Write it in your notebook. IV. EVALUATION Get ¼ sheet of pad paper. Identify the following based on the types of flatware that is being said. Write the correct answer only. ________ 1. Refers to table utensilsthatare usedto serve and eats foods, suchas, spoons, forks, knifes which are flat in design. ________ 2. It is largerthan a teaspoon or a dessert spoon,used in servingfood at the table and as measuringunit in recipes. ________ 3. It is usedwhen the soupis served. ________ 4. It is much larger thanthe spoon used for eating. It is used to move foods from main dish to individual plates. _______ 6. It is narrowerand slightlyshorterthan a salad fork thatis used when serving cakes and other pastries. _______ 7. It hasflatter and slightlybroader tines than thoseof a dinner fork, used when vegetablesand saladsare served. _______ 8. It is an ovalshaped spoonthat has the lengthmidway between the lengthof the table spoonand teaspoon which primarily used when the dessert is served. V. REMARKS __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ _____