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Technology &
Livelihood Education 8
COOKERY
WEEK
1 & 2
1.1 identify types of tools, equipment, and paraphernalia
TLE_HECK7/8UT-0a-1
LO 1. Utilize
appropriate kitchen
tools, equipment,
and paraphernalia
1.2 classify the types of appropriate cleaning tools and
equipment based on their uses
● Cookery is the art or practice of preparing and
cooking food. This exploratory course will
develop your Knowledge, Skills, Attitude and
Values (KSAVs) in preparing and cooking
food. At the end of the quarter, you will be
able to utilize and maintain appropriate
kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia,
carry out measurements and calculations in a
required task, compute cost of production,
and practice Occupational Health and Safety
Procedures.
● Specifically, for this week, you will be able to
identify types of tools, equipment, and
paraphernalia, and classify the types of
appropriate cleaning tools and equipment
based on their uses.
● Before you start exploring the following
kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia do
this activity.
● For this lesson, you will be able to
identify types of tools, equipment, and
paraphernalia, and classify the types
of appropriate cleaning tools and
equipment based on their uses.
● The tools, utensils and equipment are
made of different materials, each
having certain advantages and
disadvantages. The following lists are
materials of kitchen utensils and
equipment commonly found in the
kitchen.
● Note: Please refer to pages 2 - 8 of
Grade7/8 TLE Cookery PIVOT IV-A
Learner’s Materials for the
classification of different tools and
equipment used in cookery.
● KITCHEN TOOLS, UTENSILS, AND
EQUIPMENT
● I know you are already familiar with some
of these kitchen tools, utensils, and
equipment since some of them is
commonly used in the household. But do
you understand the difference among
these? Let’s see.
● The term kitchen tools are hand-held
instruments or items that usually include a
broad range of products such as kitchen
utensils. Kitchen utensils, on the other
hand, are hand-held implements or
instruments used for specific purpose in
the kitchen. The term kitchen equipment
refers to appliances that work with the use
of electricity.
Class will be
divided into five
and an envelop
having puzzle will
be given. Puzzle
will be solved and
will be posted in
front.
Are you familiar with
those?
Students will
understand the
differences
among the
kitchen tools,
kitchen utensils,
and kitchen
equipment.
What pictures had you
formed?
QUESTIONS
A. Cutting Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
A. Cutting Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
A. Cutting Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
A. Cutting Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
A. Cutting Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
B. Measuring Tools
and Utensils
B. Measuring Tools
and Utensils
B. Measuring Tools
and Utensils
C. Mixing Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
C. Mixing Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
C. Mixing Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
E. Serving Tools and
Utensils
E. Serving Tools and
Utensils
F. Cooking Tools,
Utensils and
Equipment
BASTER- a tube with a rubber
bulb used to take up and release
melted fat or gravy in order to
moisten roasting meat.
G. Auxiliary Tools
and Equipment
Dredgers is a
container that is used
to shake flour, salt and
pepper on meat,
poultry, and fish or
other similar
ingredients that are
sprinkled on foods that
are being prepared.
Funnel s a tube or
pipe that is wide at
the top and
narrow at the
bottom, used for
guiding liquid or
powder into a
small opening.
What are the
differences
between the
Kitchen Tools
& Utensils?
● are hand-held
instruments or
items that usually
include a broad
range of
products such as
kitchen utensils.
Kitchen Tools Kitchen Utensils
• on the other hand,
are hand-held
implements or
instruments used
for specific
purpose in the
kitchen.
● is a small hand-held tool used for food
preparation. Common kitchen tasks
include cutting food items to size, heating
food on an open fire or on a stove,
baking, grinding, mixing, blending, and
measuring; different utensils are made
for each task.
Kitchen Utensils
Various kitchen utensils on a
kitchen hook strip. From left:
– Pastry blender and potato
masher
– Spatula and (hidden) serving
fork
– Skimmer and chef's
knife (small cleaver)
– Whisk and slotted spoon
– Spaghetti ladle
– Sieve and measuring
spoon set
– Bottle brush and ladle
● refers to
appliances
that work with
the use of
electricity.
Kitchen
Equipment
Cutting Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
Measuring
Tools, and
Utensils
Serving Tools,
and Utensils
Mixing Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
Cooking Tools,
Utensils, and
Equipment
Auxiliary Tools,
and Equipment
Think &
Discuss
Learners will be
divided into three.
Their task is to
discuss the
following:
Group 1- Why do we need
tools, equipment and
paraphernalia in cooking?
Group 2- How do we
classify kitchen tools,
equipment and
paraphernalia?
Group 3- What do you
think are the types of
kitchen tools, equipment
and paraphernalia?
Classify the
following tools,
equipment and
paraphernalia
whether it is
under:
Cutting Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
Measuring Tools, and Utensils
Mixing Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
Serving Tools, and Utensils
Cooking Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
Auxiliary Tools, and Equipment
Classification of Kitchen Tools
and Equipment
Examples
1. a.
b.
c.
2. a.
b.
c.
3. a.
b.
c.
4. a.
b.
c.
5. a.
b.
If you are given a
task to organize
your kitchen at
home, what are the
things you must
consider and do?
_______1. Chopping boards
_______2. Wooden spoon
_______3. Refrigerator
_______4. Weighing scale
_______5. Blender
_______6. Tongs
_______7. Rotary egg beater
_______8. Stockpot
_______9. Kitchen shears
_______10. Double boiler QUIZ 1
Assignment
Learners will be divided into
five. Their task is to create a
puzzle showing tools and
equipment in their
classification.
Group 1- Cooking pans
Group 2- Measuring tools
Group 3- Mixing tools
Group 4- Cutting Tools
Group 5- Preparatory Tools
DAY
2
Materials of Kitchen
Utensils and
Equipment Commonly
Found in the Kitchen
Others name various types of
kitchen utensils, according to the
materials they are made of, like
“-ware” suffix, rather than their
functions: earthenware, utensils
made of clay; silverware, utensils
(both kitchen and dining) made
of silver, glassware, utensils
(both kitchen and dining). It only
means that kitchen utensils are
made of different materials.
In this lesson, you will identify
and utilize the different
materials of kitchen utensils
and equipment commonly
found in the kitchen and you
can also point out the
importance of studying this
lesson.
1. What are the pictures all
about?
2. What can you observe
with kitchen tools and
equipment? Are they
made of the same
materials?
3. Based on the picture,
where are the kitchen
utensils and equipment
are made of? List down at
least 3.
Any cook should be familiar with the
correct utensils, devices and equipment
in the kitchen. The job of cooking
requires specific tools, utensils, and
equipment for proper and efficient
preparation of food. Each piece has
been designed to accomplish a specific
job in the kitchen. The tools, utensils
and equipment are made of different
materials, each having certain
advantages and disadvantages.
Any cook should be
familiar with the correct
utensils, devices and
equipment in the
kitchen. The job of
cooking requires specific
tools, utensils, and
equipment for proper
and efficient preparation
of food.
Each piece has been
designed to accomplish
a specific job in the
kitchen. The tools,
utensils and equipment
are made of different
materials, each having
certain advantages and
disadvantages.
The following lists
are materials of
kitchen utensils
and equipment
commonly found
in the kitchen.
The following lists
are materials of
kitchen utensils and
equipment
commonly found in
the kitchen.
Materials of
kitchen utensils
and equipment
commonly found
in the kitchen
1. Aluminum
● – is the best for all-around use. It is
the most popular, lightweight,
attractive, and less expensive. It is
a soft metal; the lighter gauges will
dent and scratch easily.
2. Stainless Steel
● – is the most popular material used
for tools and equipment but is
more expensive. It will not wear
out as soon as aluminum.
3. Glass
● – is good for baking but not
practical on top or surface cooking.
Graet care is needed to make sure
for long shelf life.
4. Cast Iron
● – is sturdy but must be kept
seasoned to avoid rust.
5. Ceramic and heat-proof glass
● – is used especially for baking
dishes, casseroles, and measuring
cups. Glass and ceramic conduct
the heat slowly and evenly.
6. Teflon
● – is a special coating applied to the
inside of some aluminum or steel
pots and pans. It helps food from
not sticking to the pan.
7. Plastic and Hard Rubber
● – are used for cutting and
chopping boards, tabletops, bowls,
trays, garbage pails and canisters.
They are greatly durable and
cheap but not last long.
Match up the
cooking materials
with the right
picture. Write your
answer in your
notebook.
Read each scenario
carefully. Choose what
kitchen material will you
utilize based on their
characteristics. Write
your answer in your
notebook.
1. You are planning to fry
fish, and you know that fish
easily stick to the pan. What
material will you use for the
fish to not stick to the pan?
2. You have a tight budget, but you
need to buy kitchen tools like
plates and cups. Kitchen tools that
are less expensive but at the same
time durable. What kind of material
will you buy?
3. Your mother told you to use the
kitchen tools that are easier to
clean, will not easily wear out and
easily get a stain. What kind of
material are these kitchen tools
made?
“It is important to know these cooking materials for you
to know the exact materials or utensils to start out with.
In here, it is basically important to study about cooking
materials. It let you emphasize on the must-have tools
you got to have by your side when preparing a proper
meal”.
1. Do you agree with the statement? Explain your
answer.
2. In your own opinion, why it is important to study the
cooking materials?
Read the meaning
carefully. Complete
the letters on the box
to form a word/s.
Write your answer in
your notebook.
QUIZ 2
1. It is good for
baking but not
practical on top or
surface cooking.
Great care is need
to make sure for
long shelf life.
G A S
2. It is a special
coating applied to
the inside of some
aluminum or steel
pots and pans and
it helps food from
not sticking to the
pan.
E L N
3. It is the most
popular
material used
for tools and
equipment but
is more
expensive.
T A I N
E L
4. It is sturdy
but must be
kept
seasoned to
avoid rust.
C T
R N
5. It is best for all-
around use, the
most popular,
lightweight,
attractive, and
less expensive
materials.
L M N M
6. It is a wooden
or plastic board
where meats and
vegetables can
be cut.
_____________
7. Used to shake
flour, salt, and
pepper on meat,
poultry, and fish.
___________
8. Handy tool for
returning some of
the meat or
poultry juices
from the pan,
back to the
food.__________
9. Used to fill
jars, made of
various sizes of
stainless steel,
aluminum, or of
plastic.
___________
10. They are
practical for
opening food
packages, cutting
tape or string to
package foods or
simply to remove
labels or tags from
items.___________
11. Used for
mashing cooked
potatoes, turnips,
carrots or other
soft cooked
vegetables.
___________
12. Used to
cook or heat
food.
___________
13. It is used for
serving soup or
stews, but can
also be used for
gravy, dessert
sauces or other
foods.
___________
14. Used to chop,
blend, mix, whip,
puree, grate, and
liquefy all kinds
of
food.__________
15. Used to
scrape
vegetables, such
as carrots and
potatoes and to
peel fruits.
___________
ASSIGNMENT
List down examples of kitchen utensils and
equipment you have at home and identify
what kind of cooking materials are they:
(Example: Spoon – Stainless Steel). Write
your answer in your notebook.
1. _________________________
2. _________________________
3. _________________________
4. _________________________
5. _________________________
Uses of Kitchen
Tools, Equipment
and Paraphernalia
DAY
3
Visit the T.L.E.
Laboratory and find out
the kitchen tools and
equipment available,
List down your findings
in your notebook.
Follow the format
below:
Kitchen
tools/Equipment
Uses
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
You are helping your
mother preparing your
lunch, and the recipe
was Menudo. Can you
identify what kitchen
tools, equipment and
paraphernalia has to be
utilized in preparing the
said recipe. Use the
rubrics below as your
guide for your score. Do
this in a separate sheet
of paper.
15 tools, equipment and
paraphernalia
100
13 tools, equipment and
paraphernalia
95
11 tools, equipment and
paraphernalia
90
9 tools, equipment and
paraphernalia
85
7 and below tools,
equipment and
paraphernalia
80
Each group will
prepare a short skit
demonstrating the
proper use of
kitchen tools and
equipment.
Scoring rubric
for
demonstration
Score/
Rate
Demonstrated and identified
15 kitchen utensils
100
Demonstrated and identified
14 kitchen utensils
95
Demonstrated and identified
13 kitchen utensils
90
Demonstrated and identified
12 kitchen utensils
85
Demonstrated and identified
11 and below kitchen
utensils
80
Appropriate Cleaning Tools and
Equipment Based on their Uses
1. Dishwasher is a machine for cleaning dishware and cutlery automatically. Unlike
manual dishwashing, which relies largely on physical scrubbing to remove soiling,
the mechanical dishwasher cleans by spraying hot water, typically between 45 and
75 °C (110 and 170 °F), at the dishes, with lower temperatures used for delicate
items.
2. Vacuum Cleaner is used to eliminate loose soil and dust from carpet surfaces
and even hard surfaces.
3. Floor Polisher is used in scrubbing, stripping, and polishing hard floor surfaces
and also vinyl, wood parquet, etc.
4. Hydro Vacuum Cleaner is called an “all-purpose vacuum” as it is used for both
dry and wet surfaces and also for absorbing water in flooded or wet surface.
5. Carpet Sweeper is used to pick-up dirt and particles from carpet.
A. Cleaning Equipment is any of a large tool or electric machine used for
cleaning.
Appropriate Cleaning Tools and
Equipment Based on their Uses
1. Floor Squeegee is needed to remove excessive water from the surfaces and corners.
It also speeds up the drying process.
2. Soft broom is for fine and flat surfaces like vinyl and wood. Stick broom is ideal for
rough surfaces like grounds.
3. Dust Mop is used to mop dust on the floor during follow up cleaning.
4. Floor Mop is used for mopping, floor stripping and waxing.
5. Caution Sign is used to alert people that the floor is wet and slippery, and they should
not step on it. It is a tool for the prevention of slips and injuries.
6. Scouring Pads should not be used for painted surfaces, mirrors and glass panels, nor
with scouring powder. Always make sure the pads are wet before using them.
7. Sponges are used for cleaning fine or smooth surfaces.
8. Mop Wringer is used to wring and flush out excess water in the mop during damp
mopping.
B. Floor Cleaning Tools
LEARNING TASK 1
Kitchen Tools,
Equipment, and
Paraphernalia
Use
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
LEARNING TASK 2
LEARNING TASK 3
You are helping your mother preparing your lunch, and the
recipe is Menudo. Can you identify what kitchen tools,
equipment and paraphernalia has to be utilized in preparing
the said recipe? Use the rubrics below as your guide for
your score.
MENUDO RECIPE
List of tools, equipment and paraphernalia:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
REFLECTION
As a student, why do you need to know the different types of tools and equipment in
cooking?
b. As a member of the family, how will you maintain the cleanliness and sanitation in
your kitchen at home?
WEEK 2
Appropriate Cleaning
Tool and
Equipment based
on Their Uses
THANK YOU
● Francisco “Balagtas” Baltazar - ama ng panulaang Tagalog, ang may akda sa obrang Florante at Laura. Ang
malabis na sakit, kabiguan, kaapihan, himagsik, at kawalang katarungang naranasan ni Balagtas sa lipunang
kanyang ginagalawan ay siyang nagtulak sa kanya upang likhain ang walang kamatayang Florante at Laura. Ang
obrang ito ang nagsilbing gabay at nagturo sa mga Pilipino ng maraming bagay. Ito ay naglalaman ng
mahahalagang aral sa buhay.
● O maaari mong panuorin ang bahaging ito:
● https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02P2OQdMbG4
● Ang Florante at Laura ay isinulat ni Francisco Balagtas Baltazar noong 1838, panahon ng pananakop ng
mga Espanyol sa bansa. Sa panahong ito, mahigpit ang ipinapatupad na sensura kaya’t ipinagbawal ang mga
babasahin at palabas na tumutuligsa sa pagmamalabis at kalupitan ng mga Espanyol. Dahil sa pagkontrol ng
mga Espanyol, ang mga aklat na nalimbag ay karaniwang patungkol sa relihiyon, labanan ng Kristiyano at Moro
na tinatawag ding Komedya at moro-moro, na siyang temang ginamit ni Balagtas sa kanyang awit. Ito ang
dahilan kaya’t nagtagumpay siyang mailusot ang kanyang akda sa mahigpit na sensura ng mga Espanyol.
Gumamit siya ng alegorya kung saan masasalamin ang mga nakatagong mensahe at simbolismong kakikitaan
ng pagtuligsa sa pagmamalabis at kalupitan ng mga Espanyol gayundin ng pailalim na diwa ng nasyonalismo.
● Ayon kay Lope K. Santos masasalamin sa akda ang apat na himagsik na naghari sa puso at isipan ni
Balagtas (1) ang himagsik laban sa malupit na pamahalaan; (2) ang himagsik laban sa hidwaang
pananampalataya; (3) ang himagsik laban sa mga maling kaugalian; at (4) ang himagsik laban sa mababang uri
ng panitikan.
● Ang awit ay nagsisilbing gabay at nagturo sa mga Pilipino ng maraming bagay. Ito ay naglalaman ng
mahahalagang aral sa buhay tulad ng wastong pagpapalaki sa anak, pagiging mabuting magulang, pagmamahal
at pagmamalasakit sa bayan, pag-iingat laban sa mga taong mapagpanggap o mapagkunwari at makasarili,
gayundin ang pagpapaalala sa madla na maging maingat sa pagpili ng pinuno sapagkat napakalaki ng panganib
na dulot sa bayan ng pinunong sakim at mapaghangad sa yaman. Ipinakita rin sa akda ang kahalagahan ng
pagtulong sa kapwa maging doon sa may magkakaibang relihiyon tulad ng mga Muslim at Kristiyano.
Panuto: Pagkatapos mong malaman ang
mga pahiwatig sa akda, Magbigay ng
kahalagahan ng pag-aaral ng Florante at
Laura batay sa nabasang mga pahiwatig sa
akda
1.____________________________________
2.____________________________________
3.____________________________________
4.____________________________________
5.____________________________________
Panuto: Sagutin ang mga sumusunod na
tanong batay sa binasang kaligirang
kasaysayan ng Florante at Laura.
1. Ano ang kalagayan ng bansa sa panahong isinulat ni Balagtas ang awit na
Florante at Laura?
2. 2. Ano ang naging layunin ni Balagtas sa pagsulat niya ng kanyang akda?
3. 3. Bakit mahalagang basahin at pag-aralan ang Florante at Laura?
4. Suriin ang naging epekto nito sa mga Pilipinong nakabasa sa panahong naisulat
ito?
5. Batay sa binasa mong kaligirang pangkasaysayan, nagkaroon kaya ng
impluwensiya ang Florante at Laura sa mga nangyaring pag-aalsa ng mga
Pilipino laban sa pamahalaang Kolonya? Ipaliwanag.
Panuto: Sumulat ng talata na naglalahad ng
layunin ng Pagkakasulat ng Binasang akdang
Florante at Laura. Tukuyin din ang mga
posibleng mga naging epekto ng akdang ito
sa mga tao matapos itong isulat.
1. Ano ang kalagayan ng bansa sa panahong isinulat ni Balagtas ang awit na
Florante at Laura?
2. 2. Ano ang naging layunin ni Balagtas sa pagsulat niya ng kanyang akda?
3. 3. Bakit mahalagang basahin at pag-aralan ang Florante at Laura?
4. Suriin ang naging epekto nito sa mga Pilipinong nakabasa sa panahong naisulat
ito?
5. Batay sa binasa mong kaligirang pangkasaysayan, nagkaroon kaya ng
impluwensiya ang Florante at Laura sa mga nangyaring pag-aalsa ng mga
Pilipino laban sa pamahalaang Kolonya? Ipaliwanag.
PANUTO: Pagkatapos mong malaman ang
mga pahiwatig sa akda, Magbigay ng
kahalagahan ng pag-aaral ng Florante at
Laura batay sa nabasang mga pahiwatig sa
akda
1.____________________________________
2.____________________________________
3.____________________________________
4.____________________________________
5.____________________________________
Panuto: Isulat ang T kung ang pahayag
na nasa bilang ay tama at M naman
kung ito ay Mali.
Pagtataya
____________1. Nakatuon ang pagkakasulat
ng Florante at Laura sa pag-ibig ni Francisco
Balagtas.
____________2. Nagsilbing gabay at nagturo
sa mga Pilipino ang obrang ito ng
maraming mahahalagang aral sa buhay.
____________3. Ang naglalaman ang akda ng
mga alegorya kung saan masasalamin ang
mga nakatagong mensahe at simbolismong
panunuligsa sa kalupitan ng mga Espanyol.
____________4. Isinulat ang akdang ito upang
ipakitang may pag-ibig at katiwasayan ang
Pilipinas sa ilalim ng pamamahala ng mga
Espanyol.
____________5. Ginamit ni Francisco Balagtas
ang akdang ito upang maibunyag ang mga
pagmamalabis at kalupitan ng mga
Espanyol.
Florante at Laura Makapangyarihan ang Pag-ibig
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audience’s attention
Florante at Laura
Makapangyarihan
ang Pag-Ibig
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Introduction
How To Effectively
Maintain Farm Tools to
Increase Efficiency and
Avoid Breakages
● You have to maintain farm tools and
equipment because; “Breakages are
payable”.
● Farm tools and equipment help to
make farm work easier and effective.
There are very many of them
designed to do one or a number of
functions. The design and shape of
the tools and equipment should be
given proper attention if they are to
do their function for which they were
made. So you have to effectively
maintain farm tools and equipment.
●
Introduction
Why maintain farm tools
and equipment?
● They last longer when
you maintain them.
● Tools and equipment
that are maintained work
more efficiently.
● When you keep tools
and equipment in good
shape, you reduce the
risk of injury to the
operator.
● Regular maintenance
reduces the cost of
maintenance.
How to Effectively Maintain Farm Tools and
Equipment
1. Sharpen tool before and after use.
When you sharpen tools it reduces the
amount of force you need to apply to
perform the task. Blunt tools may break
when being used.
2. Oil or grease metal parts.
This will prevent rusts of metal parts of
tools and equipment. Oiling the movable
parts makes the tools easy to work with. It
also increases the efficiency of the tool or
equipment.
Introduction
3. Wooden handles should be strong.
Make sure tools with wooden handles are
strong and durable. If there is any defect,
replace them.
4. Hang your garden tools.
Keep your tools hanged. Leaving them on
the floor can cause rusts as they may come
in contact with moisture. Leaving tools on
the floor may cause injury to persons or
persons stepping on them may break or
deform them, causing them to be
unsuitable for work.
5. Store tools in their original cases.
Some tools and equipment come in their
special cases to keep them protected for
damage. Make sure to clean and keep them
in their original cases.
6. Use silica gel packs.
Silica gel helps to keep tools dry in their
cases. Use silica gel to prevent rust of tools
and equipment with metal parts.
7. Dry Tools After Use
After using tools or equipment, clean and
make sure they are dried before packing or
hanging them. This will prevent them from
rusting.
Summary
As much as tools and equipment at
important to accomplishing tasks on the
farm, it is important to always keep them
ready for work.
Let us know how you maintain your tools.
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OVERVIEW
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How To Effectively Maintain
Farm Tools to Increase
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Mercury
Mercury is the smallest
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Mars
Despite being red, Mars is a
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Saturn
It’s composed of hydrogen
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Venus is the second planet
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Mercury
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Jupiter
It’s the biggest planet
Mars
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Venus has a
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Mars
Mars is actually a
cold place
Jupiter
It’s a giant and the
biggest one
Saturn
Saturn is the
ringed one
Neptune
Neptune is the
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Despite being red, Mars
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week 1 cookery 8 fourth - quarter .pptx

  • 1. Technology & Livelihood Education 8 COOKERY WEEK 1 & 2 1.1 identify types of tools, equipment, and paraphernalia TLE_HECK7/8UT-0a-1 LO 1. Utilize appropriate kitchen tools, equipment, and paraphernalia 1.2 classify the types of appropriate cleaning tools and equipment based on their uses
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  • 3. ● Cookery is the art or practice of preparing and cooking food. This exploratory course will develop your Knowledge, Skills, Attitude and Values (KSAVs) in preparing and cooking food. At the end of the quarter, you will be able to utilize and maintain appropriate kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia, carry out measurements and calculations in a required task, compute cost of production, and practice Occupational Health and Safety Procedures. ● Specifically, for this week, you will be able to identify types of tools, equipment, and paraphernalia, and classify the types of appropriate cleaning tools and equipment based on their uses. ● Before you start exploring the following kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia do this activity. ● For this lesson, you will be able to identify types of tools, equipment, and paraphernalia, and classify the types of appropriate cleaning tools and equipment based on their uses. ● The tools, utensils and equipment are made of different materials, each having certain advantages and disadvantages. The following lists are materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen. ● Note: Please refer to pages 2 - 8 of Grade7/8 TLE Cookery PIVOT IV-A Learner’s Materials for the classification of different tools and equipment used in cookery.
  • 4. ● KITCHEN TOOLS, UTENSILS, AND EQUIPMENT ● I know you are already familiar with some of these kitchen tools, utensils, and equipment since some of them is commonly used in the household. But do you understand the difference among these? Let’s see. ● The term kitchen tools are hand-held instruments or items that usually include a broad range of products such as kitchen utensils. Kitchen utensils, on the other hand, are hand-held implements or instruments used for specific purpose in the kitchen. The term kitchen equipment refers to appliances that work with the use of electricity.
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  • 6. Class will be divided into five and an envelop having puzzle will be given. Puzzle will be solved and will be posted in front.
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  • 12. Are you familiar with those? Students will understand the differences among the kitchen tools, kitchen utensils, and kitchen equipment. What pictures had you formed? QUESTIONS
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  • 22. C. Mixing Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
  • 23. C. Mixing Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
  • 24. C. Mixing Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
  • 25. E. Serving Tools and Utensils
  • 26. E. Serving Tools and Utensils
  • 27. F. Cooking Tools, Utensils and Equipment BASTER- a tube with a rubber bulb used to take up and release melted fat or gravy in order to moisten roasting meat.
  • 29. Dredgers is a container that is used to shake flour, salt and pepper on meat, poultry, and fish or other similar ingredients that are sprinkled on foods that are being prepared.
  • 30. Funnel s a tube or pipe that is wide at the top and narrow at the bottom, used for guiding liquid or powder into a small opening.
  • 31. What are the differences between the Kitchen Tools & Utensils?
  • 32. ● are hand-held instruments or items that usually include a broad range of products such as kitchen utensils. Kitchen Tools Kitchen Utensils • on the other hand, are hand-held implements or instruments used for specific purpose in the kitchen.
  • 33. ● is a small hand-held tool used for food preparation. Common kitchen tasks include cutting food items to size, heating food on an open fire or on a stove, baking, grinding, mixing, blending, and measuring; different utensils are made for each task. Kitchen Utensils
  • 34. Various kitchen utensils on a kitchen hook strip. From left: – Pastry blender and potato masher – Spatula and (hidden) serving fork – Skimmer and chef's knife (small cleaver) – Whisk and slotted spoon – Spaghetti ladle – Sieve and measuring spoon set – Bottle brush and ladle
  • 35. ● refers to appliances that work with the use of electricity. Kitchen Equipment
  • 36. Cutting Tools, Utensils, and Equipment Measuring Tools, and Utensils Serving Tools, and Utensils Mixing Tools, Utensils, and Equipment Cooking Tools, Utensils, and Equipment Auxiliary Tools, and Equipment
  • 37. Think & Discuss Learners will be divided into three. Their task is to discuss the following: Group 1- Why do we need tools, equipment and paraphernalia in cooking? Group 2- How do we classify kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia? Group 3- What do you think are the types of kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia?
  • 38. Classify the following tools, equipment and paraphernalia whether it is under:
  • 39. Cutting Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
  • 41. Mixing Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
  • 42. Serving Tools, and Utensils
  • 43. Cooking Tools, Utensils, and Equipment
  • 44. Auxiliary Tools, and Equipment
  • 45. Classification of Kitchen Tools and Equipment Examples 1. a. b. c. 2. a. b. c. 3. a. b. c. 4. a. b. c. 5. a. b.
  • 46. If you are given a task to organize your kitchen at home, what are the things you must consider and do?
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  • 48. _______1. Chopping boards _______2. Wooden spoon _______3. Refrigerator _______4. Weighing scale _______5. Blender _______6. Tongs _______7. Rotary egg beater _______8. Stockpot _______9. Kitchen shears _______10. Double boiler QUIZ 1
  • 50. Learners will be divided into five. Their task is to create a puzzle showing tools and equipment in their classification. Group 1- Cooking pans Group 2- Measuring tools Group 3- Mixing tools Group 4- Cutting Tools Group 5- Preparatory Tools
  • 51. DAY 2 Materials of Kitchen Utensils and Equipment Commonly Found in the Kitchen
  • 52. Others name various types of kitchen utensils, according to the materials they are made of, like “-ware” suffix, rather than their functions: earthenware, utensils made of clay; silverware, utensils (both kitchen and dining) made of silver, glassware, utensils (both kitchen and dining). It only means that kitchen utensils are made of different materials.
  • 53. In this lesson, you will identify and utilize the different materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen and you can also point out the importance of studying this lesson.
  • 54. 1. What are the pictures all about? 2. What can you observe with kitchen tools and equipment? Are they made of the same materials? 3. Based on the picture, where are the kitchen utensils and equipment are made of? List down at least 3.
  • 55. Any cook should be familiar with the correct utensils, devices and equipment in the kitchen. The job of cooking requires specific tools, utensils, and equipment for proper and efficient preparation of food. Each piece has been designed to accomplish a specific job in the kitchen. The tools, utensils and equipment are made of different materials, each having certain advantages and disadvantages.
  • 56. Any cook should be familiar with the correct utensils, devices and equipment in the kitchen. The job of cooking requires specific tools, utensils, and equipment for proper and efficient preparation of food. Each piece has been designed to accomplish a specific job in the kitchen. The tools, utensils and equipment are made of different materials, each having certain advantages and disadvantages.
  • 57. The following lists are materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen.
  • 58. The following lists are materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen.
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  • 66. Materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen
  • 67. 1. Aluminum ● – is the best for all-around use. It is the most popular, lightweight, attractive, and less expensive. It is a soft metal; the lighter gauges will dent and scratch easily.
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  • 69. 2. Stainless Steel ● – is the most popular material used for tools and equipment but is more expensive. It will not wear out as soon as aluminum.
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  • 71. 3. Glass ● – is good for baking but not practical on top or surface cooking. Graet care is needed to make sure for long shelf life.
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  • 73. 4. Cast Iron ● – is sturdy but must be kept seasoned to avoid rust.
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  • 75. 5. Ceramic and heat-proof glass ● – is used especially for baking dishes, casseroles, and measuring cups. Glass and ceramic conduct the heat slowly and evenly.
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  • 77. 6. Teflon ● – is a special coating applied to the inside of some aluminum or steel pots and pans. It helps food from not sticking to the pan.
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  • 79. 7. Plastic and Hard Rubber ● – are used for cutting and chopping boards, tabletops, bowls, trays, garbage pails and canisters. They are greatly durable and cheap but not last long.
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  • 81. Match up the cooking materials with the right picture. Write your answer in your notebook.
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  • 83. Read each scenario carefully. Choose what kitchen material will you utilize based on their characteristics. Write your answer in your notebook. 1. You are planning to fry fish, and you know that fish easily stick to the pan. What material will you use for the fish to not stick to the pan? 2. You have a tight budget, but you need to buy kitchen tools like plates and cups. Kitchen tools that are less expensive but at the same time durable. What kind of material will you buy? 3. Your mother told you to use the kitchen tools that are easier to clean, will not easily wear out and easily get a stain. What kind of material are these kitchen tools made?
  • 84. “It is important to know these cooking materials for you to know the exact materials or utensils to start out with. In here, it is basically important to study about cooking materials. It let you emphasize on the must-have tools you got to have by your side when preparing a proper meal”. 1. Do you agree with the statement? Explain your answer. 2. In your own opinion, why it is important to study the cooking materials?
  • 85. Read the meaning carefully. Complete the letters on the box to form a word/s. Write your answer in your notebook. QUIZ 2
  • 86. 1. It is good for baking but not practical on top or surface cooking. Great care is need to make sure for long shelf life. G A S
  • 87. 2. It is a special coating applied to the inside of some aluminum or steel pots and pans and it helps food from not sticking to the pan. E L N
  • 88. 3. It is the most popular material used for tools and equipment but is more expensive. T A I N E L
  • 89. 4. It is sturdy but must be kept seasoned to avoid rust. C T R N
  • 90. 5. It is best for all- around use, the most popular, lightweight, attractive, and less expensive materials. L M N M
  • 91. 6. It is a wooden or plastic board where meats and vegetables can be cut. _____________ 7. Used to shake flour, salt, and pepper on meat, poultry, and fish. ___________
  • 92. 8. Handy tool for returning some of the meat or poultry juices from the pan, back to the food.__________ 9. Used to fill jars, made of various sizes of stainless steel, aluminum, or of plastic. ___________
  • 93. 10. They are practical for opening food packages, cutting tape or string to package foods or simply to remove labels or tags from items.___________ 11. Used for mashing cooked potatoes, turnips, carrots or other soft cooked vegetables. ___________
  • 94. 12. Used to cook or heat food. ___________ 13. It is used for serving soup or stews, but can also be used for gravy, dessert sauces or other foods. ___________
  • 95. 14. Used to chop, blend, mix, whip, puree, grate, and liquefy all kinds of food.__________ 15. Used to scrape vegetables, such as carrots and potatoes and to peel fruits. ___________
  • 97. List down examples of kitchen utensils and equipment you have at home and identify what kind of cooking materials are they: (Example: Spoon – Stainless Steel). Write your answer in your notebook. 1. _________________________ 2. _________________________ 3. _________________________ 4. _________________________ 5. _________________________
  • 98. Uses of Kitchen Tools, Equipment and Paraphernalia DAY 3
  • 99. Visit the T.L.E. Laboratory and find out the kitchen tools and equipment available, List down your findings in your notebook. Follow the format below: Kitchen tools/Equipment Uses 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  • 100. You are helping your mother preparing your lunch, and the recipe was Menudo. Can you identify what kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia has to be utilized in preparing the said recipe. Use the rubrics below as your guide for your score. Do this in a separate sheet of paper. 15 tools, equipment and paraphernalia 100 13 tools, equipment and paraphernalia 95 11 tools, equipment and paraphernalia 90 9 tools, equipment and paraphernalia 85 7 and below tools, equipment and paraphernalia 80
  • 101. Each group will prepare a short skit demonstrating the proper use of kitchen tools and equipment.
  • 102. Scoring rubric for demonstration Score/ Rate Demonstrated and identified 15 kitchen utensils 100 Demonstrated and identified 14 kitchen utensils 95 Demonstrated and identified 13 kitchen utensils 90 Demonstrated and identified 12 kitchen utensils 85 Demonstrated and identified 11 and below kitchen utensils 80
  • 103. Appropriate Cleaning Tools and Equipment Based on their Uses 1. Dishwasher is a machine for cleaning dishware and cutlery automatically. Unlike manual dishwashing, which relies largely on physical scrubbing to remove soiling, the mechanical dishwasher cleans by spraying hot water, typically between 45 and 75 °C (110 and 170 °F), at the dishes, with lower temperatures used for delicate items. 2. Vacuum Cleaner is used to eliminate loose soil and dust from carpet surfaces and even hard surfaces. 3. Floor Polisher is used in scrubbing, stripping, and polishing hard floor surfaces and also vinyl, wood parquet, etc. 4. Hydro Vacuum Cleaner is called an “all-purpose vacuum” as it is used for both dry and wet surfaces and also for absorbing water in flooded or wet surface. 5. Carpet Sweeper is used to pick-up dirt and particles from carpet. A. Cleaning Equipment is any of a large tool or electric machine used for cleaning.
  • 104. Appropriate Cleaning Tools and Equipment Based on their Uses 1. Floor Squeegee is needed to remove excessive water from the surfaces and corners. It also speeds up the drying process. 2. Soft broom is for fine and flat surfaces like vinyl and wood. Stick broom is ideal for rough surfaces like grounds. 3. Dust Mop is used to mop dust on the floor during follow up cleaning. 4. Floor Mop is used for mopping, floor stripping and waxing. 5. Caution Sign is used to alert people that the floor is wet and slippery, and they should not step on it. It is a tool for the prevention of slips and injuries. 6. Scouring Pads should not be used for painted surfaces, mirrors and glass panels, nor with scouring powder. Always make sure the pads are wet before using them. 7. Sponges are used for cleaning fine or smooth surfaces. 8. Mop Wringer is used to wring and flush out excess water in the mop during damp mopping. B. Floor Cleaning Tools
  • 105. LEARNING TASK 1 Kitchen Tools, Equipment, and Paraphernalia Use 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  • 107. LEARNING TASK 3 You are helping your mother preparing your lunch, and the recipe is Menudo. Can you identify what kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia has to be utilized in preparing the said recipe? Use the rubrics below as your guide for your score. MENUDO RECIPE List of tools, equipment and paraphernalia: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
  • 108. REFLECTION As a student, why do you need to know the different types of tools and equipment in cooking? b. As a member of the family, how will you maintain the cleanliness and sanitation in your kitchen at home?
  • 109. WEEK 2 Appropriate Cleaning Tool and Equipment based on Their Uses
  • 111. ● Francisco “Balagtas” Baltazar - ama ng panulaang Tagalog, ang may akda sa obrang Florante at Laura. Ang malabis na sakit, kabiguan, kaapihan, himagsik, at kawalang katarungang naranasan ni Balagtas sa lipunang kanyang ginagalawan ay siyang nagtulak sa kanya upang likhain ang walang kamatayang Florante at Laura. Ang obrang ito ang nagsilbing gabay at nagturo sa mga Pilipino ng maraming bagay. Ito ay naglalaman ng mahahalagang aral sa buhay. ● O maaari mong panuorin ang bahaging ito: ● https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02P2OQdMbG4 ● Ang Florante at Laura ay isinulat ni Francisco Balagtas Baltazar noong 1838, panahon ng pananakop ng mga Espanyol sa bansa. Sa panahong ito, mahigpit ang ipinapatupad na sensura kaya’t ipinagbawal ang mga babasahin at palabas na tumutuligsa sa pagmamalabis at kalupitan ng mga Espanyol. Dahil sa pagkontrol ng mga Espanyol, ang mga aklat na nalimbag ay karaniwang patungkol sa relihiyon, labanan ng Kristiyano at Moro na tinatawag ding Komedya at moro-moro, na siyang temang ginamit ni Balagtas sa kanyang awit. Ito ang dahilan kaya’t nagtagumpay siyang mailusot ang kanyang akda sa mahigpit na sensura ng mga Espanyol. Gumamit siya ng alegorya kung saan masasalamin ang mga nakatagong mensahe at simbolismong kakikitaan ng pagtuligsa sa pagmamalabis at kalupitan ng mga Espanyol gayundin ng pailalim na diwa ng nasyonalismo. ● Ayon kay Lope K. Santos masasalamin sa akda ang apat na himagsik na naghari sa puso at isipan ni Balagtas (1) ang himagsik laban sa malupit na pamahalaan; (2) ang himagsik laban sa hidwaang pananampalataya; (3) ang himagsik laban sa mga maling kaugalian; at (4) ang himagsik laban sa mababang uri ng panitikan. ● Ang awit ay nagsisilbing gabay at nagturo sa mga Pilipino ng maraming bagay. Ito ay naglalaman ng mahahalagang aral sa buhay tulad ng wastong pagpapalaki sa anak, pagiging mabuting magulang, pagmamahal at pagmamalasakit sa bayan, pag-iingat laban sa mga taong mapagpanggap o mapagkunwari at makasarili, gayundin ang pagpapaalala sa madla na maging maingat sa pagpili ng pinuno sapagkat napakalaki ng panganib na dulot sa bayan ng pinunong sakim at mapaghangad sa yaman. Ipinakita rin sa akda ang kahalagahan ng pagtulong sa kapwa maging doon sa may magkakaibang relihiyon tulad ng mga Muslim at Kristiyano.
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  • 113. Panuto: Pagkatapos mong malaman ang mga pahiwatig sa akda, Magbigay ng kahalagahan ng pag-aaral ng Florante at Laura batay sa nabasang mga pahiwatig sa akda 1.____________________________________ 2.____________________________________ 3.____________________________________ 4.____________________________________ 5.____________________________________
  • 114. Panuto: Sagutin ang mga sumusunod na tanong batay sa binasang kaligirang kasaysayan ng Florante at Laura. 1. Ano ang kalagayan ng bansa sa panahong isinulat ni Balagtas ang awit na Florante at Laura? 2. 2. Ano ang naging layunin ni Balagtas sa pagsulat niya ng kanyang akda? 3. 3. Bakit mahalagang basahin at pag-aralan ang Florante at Laura? 4. Suriin ang naging epekto nito sa mga Pilipinong nakabasa sa panahong naisulat ito? 5. Batay sa binasa mong kaligirang pangkasaysayan, nagkaroon kaya ng impluwensiya ang Florante at Laura sa mga nangyaring pag-aalsa ng mga Pilipino laban sa pamahalaang Kolonya? Ipaliwanag.
  • 115. Panuto: Sumulat ng talata na naglalahad ng layunin ng Pagkakasulat ng Binasang akdang Florante at Laura. Tukuyin din ang mga posibleng mga naging epekto ng akdang ito sa mga tao matapos itong isulat. 1. Ano ang kalagayan ng bansa sa panahong isinulat ni Balagtas ang awit na Florante at Laura? 2. 2. Ano ang naging layunin ni Balagtas sa pagsulat niya ng kanyang akda? 3. 3. Bakit mahalagang basahin at pag-aralan ang Florante at Laura? 4. Suriin ang naging epekto nito sa mga Pilipinong nakabasa sa panahong naisulat ito? 5. Batay sa binasa mong kaligirang pangkasaysayan, nagkaroon kaya ng impluwensiya ang Florante at Laura sa mga nangyaring pag-aalsa ng mga Pilipino laban sa pamahalaang Kolonya? Ipaliwanag.
  • 116. PANUTO: Pagkatapos mong malaman ang mga pahiwatig sa akda, Magbigay ng kahalagahan ng pag-aaral ng Florante at Laura batay sa nabasang mga pahiwatig sa akda 1.____________________________________ 2.____________________________________ 3.____________________________________ 4.____________________________________ 5.____________________________________
  • 117. Panuto: Isulat ang T kung ang pahayag na nasa bilang ay tama at M naman kung ito ay Mali. Pagtataya ____________1. Nakatuon ang pagkakasulat ng Florante at Laura sa pag-ibig ni Francisco Balagtas. ____________2. Nagsilbing gabay at nagturo sa mga Pilipino ang obrang ito ng maraming mahahalagang aral sa buhay. ____________3. Ang naglalaman ang akda ng mga alegorya kung saan masasalamin ang mga nakatagong mensahe at simbolismong panunuligsa sa kalupitan ng mga Espanyol. ____________4. Isinulat ang akdang ito upang ipakitang may pag-ibig at katiwasayan ang Pilipinas sa ilalim ng pamamahala ng mga Espanyol. ____________5. Ginamit ni Francisco Balagtas ang akdang ito upang maibunyag ang mga pagmamalabis at kalupitan ng mga Espanyol. Florante at Laura Makapangyarihan ang Pag-ibig
  • 118. Big numbers catch your audience’s attention Florante at Laura Makapangyarihan ang Pag-Ibig
  • 119. Table of Contents! Overview Assignment Describe here the topic of the section Describe here the topic of the section About the Topic Describe here the topic of the section
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  • 121. Table of Contents! Overview Assignment Describe here the topic of the section Describe here the topic of the section About the Topic Describe here the topic of the section
  • 122. Introduction How To Effectively Maintain Farm Tools to Increase Efficiency and Avoid Breakages ● You have to maintain farm tools and equipment because; “Breakages are payable”. ● Farm tools and equipment help to make farm work easier and effective. There are very many of them designed to do one or a number of functions. The design and shape of the tools and equipment should be given proper attention if they are to do their function for which they were made. So you have to effectively maintain farm tools and equipment. ●
  • 123. Introduction Why maintain farm tools and equipment? ● They last longer when you maintain them. ● Tools and equipment that are maintained work more efficiently. ● When you keep tools and equipment in good shape, you reduce the risk of injury to the operator. ● Regular maintenance reduces the cost of maintenance. How to Effectively Maintain Farm Tools and Equipment 1. Sharpen tool before and after use. When you sharpen tools it reduces the amount of force you need to apply to perform the task. Blunt tools may break when being used. 2. Oil or grease metal parts. This will prevent rusts of metal parts of tools and equipment. Oiling the movable parts makes the tools easy to work with. It also increases the efficiency of the tool or equipment.
  • 124. Introduction 3. Wooden handles should be strong. Make sure tools with wooden handles are strong and durable. If there is any defect, replace them. 4. Hang your garden tools. Keep your tools hanged. Leaving them on the floor can cause rusts as they may come in contact with moisture. Leaving tools on the floor may cause injury to persons or persons stepping on them may break or deform them, causing them to be unsuitable for work. 5. Store tools in their original cases. Some tools and equipment come in their special cases to keep them protected for damage. Make sure to clean and keep them in their original cases. 6. Use silica gel packs. Silica gel helps to keep tools dry in their cases. Use silica gel to prevent rust of tools and equipment with metal parts. 7. Dry Tools After Use After using tools or equipment, clean and make sure they are dried before packing or hanging them. This will prevent them from rusting. Summary As much as tools and equipment at important to accomplishing tasks on the farm, it is important to always keep them ready for work. Let us know how you maintain your tools.
  • 125. Table of Contents! Overview Describe here the topic of the section Assignment Describe here the topic of the section Topic Features Describe here the topic of the section About the Topic Describe here the topic of the section
  • 126. 01 OVERVIEW You can enter a subtitle here if you need it
  • 127. How To Effectively Maintain Farm Tools to Increase Efficiency and Avoid Breakages Introduction
  • 128. —Someone Famous “This is a quote. Words full of wisdom that someone important said and can make the reader get inspired.”
  • 129. You can replace this picture if you wish ● You can explain here what is the topic about ● You can explain here what is the topic about ● You can explain here what is the topic about ● You can explain here what is the topic about ● You can explain here what is the topic about What Is This Topic About?
  • 130. Definition of Concepts Mercury Mercury is the smallest planet Mars Despite being red, Mars is a cold place Saturn It’s composed of hydrogen and helium Venus Venus is the second planet from the Sun
  • 131. Features of the Topic Mercury It’s the closest planet to the Sun Jupiter It’s the biggest planet Mars Mars is actually a cold place
  • 132. 10% Despite being red, Mars is a cold place 50% Saturn is the ringed planet and a gas giant 40% Venus has a beautiful name, but it’s hot
  • 133. Practical Uses of This Subject Mercury Mercury is the closest planet to the Sun Jupiter It’s a gas giant and the biggest planet
  • 134. Did You Know This? Factor 1 35% Mercury is the smallest one 65% Jupiter is the biggest one Factor 2 Factor 2
  • 135. 31,500 Big numbers catch your audience’s attention
  • 136. Problem Neptune is the fourth- largest planet in the Solar System Solution Jupiter is a gas giant and the biggest planet in the Solar System
  • 137. Process Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Venus has a beautiful name Saturn is the ringed planet Mercury is the smallest planet Mars is a cold place
  • 138. Insert Your Multimedia Content Here Despite being red, Mars is actually a cold place full of iron oxide dust
  • 139. Overview Diagram 30% Mercury is smallest one Venus is the second one Mars is a cold place Saturn has rings
  • 140. Locations Mars is a cold place Saturn has rings
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  • 142. Data Review Study 1 Study 2 Study 3 0.3 1.2 4.5 1.4 0.6 7.8 Study 1 Study 2 Study 3 2.5 6.9 1.6 3.5 7.7 1.8
  • 143. Review of Concepts Mercury Mercury is the Smallest planet Venus Venus has a beautiful name Mars Mars is actually a cold place Jupiter It’s a giant and the biggest one Saturn Saturn is the ringed one Neptune Neptune is the farthest planet
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  1. TLE_HECK7/8UT-0a-1 LO 1. Utilize appropriate kitchen tools, equipment, and paraphernalia 1.1 identify types of tools, equipment, and paraphernalia 1.2 classify the types of appropriate cleaning tools and equipment based on their uses
  2. What pictures had you formed? Are you familiar with those?
  3. What pictures had you formed? Are you familiar with those? Students will understand the differences among the kitchen tools, kitchen utensils, and kitchen equipment.
  4. baster. a tube with a rubber bulb used to take up and release melted fat or gravy in order to moisten roasting meat.
  5. kitchen tools are hand-held instruments or items that usually include a broad range of products such as kitchen utensils.
  6. kitchen tools are hand-held instruments or items that usually include a broad range of products such as kitchen utensils.
  7. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  8. kitchen tools are hand-held instruments or items that usually include a broad range of products such as kitchen utensils.
  9. Group 1- Why do we need tools, equipment and paraphernalia in cooking? Group 2- How do we classify kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia? Group 3- What do you think are the types of kitchen tools, equipment and paraphernalia? 
  10. Name five (5) classifications of kitchen tools and equipment and give three (3) examples of each.
  11. Learners will form a meaningful message out of the group of phrases given.
  12. 1. Cutting QUIZ 1 2. Mixing 3. 4. Measuring 5. Cooking 6. Serving 7. Mixing 8. Cooking 9. Cutting 10. Auxillary
  13. Learners will be divided into five. Their task is to create a puzzle showing tools and equipment in their classification. Group 1- Cooking pans Group 2- Measuring tools Group 3- Mixing tools Group 4- Cutting Tools Group 5- Preparatory Tools
  14. Observe the pictures and answer the questions below. Write your answer in your notebook.
  15. Materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen 2. Stainless Steel – is the most popular material used for tools and equipment but is more expensive. It will not wear out as soon as aluminum. 3. Glass – is good for baking but not practical on top or surface cooking. Graet care is needed to make sure for long shelf life. 4. Cast Iron – is sturdy but must be kept seasoned to avoid rust. 5. Ceramic and heat-proof glass – is used especially for baking dishes, casseroles, and measuring cups. Glass and ceramic conduct the heat slowly and evenly. 6. Teflon – is a special coating applied to the inside of some aluminum or steel pots and pans. It helps food from not sticking to the pan. 7. Plastic and Hard Rubber – are used for cutting and chopping boards, tabletops, bowls, trays, garbage pails and canisters. They are greatly durable and cheap but not last long.
  16. Materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen 2. Stainless Steel – is the most popular material used for tools and equipment but is more expensive. It will not wear out as soon as aluminum. 3. Glass – is good for baking but not practical on top or surface cooking. Graet care is needed to make sure for long shelf life. 4. Cast Iron – is sturdy but must be kept seasoned to avoid rust. 5. Ceramic and heat-proof glass – is used especially for baking dishes, casseroles, and measuring cups. Glass and ceramic conduct the heat slowly and evenly. 6. Teflon – is a special coating applied to the inside of some aluminum or steel pots and pans. It helps food from not sticking to the pan. 7. Plastic and Hard Rubber – are used for cutting and chopping boards, tabletops, bowls, trays, garbage pails and canisters. They are greatly durable and cheap but not last long.
  17. Materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen 2. Stainless Steel – is the most popular material used for tools and equipment but is more expensive. It will not wear out as soon as aluminum. 3. Glass – is good for baking but not practical on top or surface cooking. Graet care is needed to make sure for long shelf life. 4. Cast Iron – is sturdy but must be kept seasoned to avoid rust. 5. Ceramic and heat-proof glass – is used especially for baking dishes, casseroles, and measuring cups. Glass and ceramic conduct the heat slowly and evenly. 6. Teflon – is a special coating applied to the inside of some aluminum or steel pots and pans. It helps food from not sticking to the pan. 7. Plastic and Hard Rubber – are used for cutting and chopping boards, tabletops, bowls, trays, garbage pails and canisters. They are greatly durable and cheap but not last long.
  18. Materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen 2. Stainless Steel – is the most popular material used for tools and equipment but is more expensive. It will not wear out as soon as aluminum. 3. Glass – is good for baking but not practical on top or surface cooking. Graet care is needed to make sure for long shelf life. 4. Cast Iron – is sturdy but must be kept seasoned to avoid rust. 5. Ceramic and heat-proof glass – is used especially for baking dishes, casseroles, and measuring cups. Glass and ceramic conduct the heat slowly and evenly. 6. Teflon – is a special coating applied to the inside of some aluminum or steel pots and pans. It helps food from not sticking to the pan. 7. Plastic and Hard Rubber – are used for cutting and chopping boards, tabletops, bowls, trays, garbage pails and canisters. They are greatly durable and cheap but not last long.
  19. Materials of kitchen utensils and equipment commonly found in the kitchen 2. Stainless Steel – is the most popular material used for tools and equipment but is more expensive. It will not wear out as soon as aluminum. 3. Glass – is good for baking but not practical on top or surface cooking. Graet care is needed to make sure for long shelf life. 4. Cast Iron – is sturdy but must be kept seasoned to avoid rust. 5. Ceramic and heat-proof glass – is used especially for baking dishes, casseroles, and measuring cups. Glass and ceramic conduct the heat slowly and evenly. 6. Teflon – is a special coating applied to the inside of some aluminum or steel pots and pans. It helps food from not sticking to the pan. 7. Plastic and Hard Rubber – are used for cutting and chopping boards, tabletops, bowls, trays, garbage pails and canisters. They are greatly durable and cheap but not last long.
  20. Read each scenario carefully. Choose what kitchen material will you utilize based on thir characteristics. Write your answer in your notebook.
  21. Read the statement below and answer the following questions. Write your answer in your notebook. ANSWER: 2. Familiarity with the equipment allows users to follow proper procedures such as lockout/tagout and cooling devices, ensuring safe operation and preventing accidents. Therefore, familiarization with tools and equipment in cookery is crucial for reducing the risk of injuries and accidents.
  22. QUIZ 2
  23. GLASS
  24. TEFLON
  25. STAINLESS STEEL
  26. CAST IRON
  27. ALUMINUM
  28. 6. CUTTING/CHOPPING BOARD 7. DREDGER
  29. 8. BASTER 9. FUNNEL
  30. 10. KITCHEN SHEARS 11. POTATO MASHER
  31. 12. STOVE 13. SOUP LADLE
  32. 14. BLENDER 15. PEELER
  33. Visit the T.L.E. Laboratory and find out the kitchen tools and equipment available, List down your findings in your notebook. Follow the format below:
  34. Role playing Each group will prepare a short skit demonstrating the proper use of kitchen tools and equipment.