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Kitchen Duty

Sherri Barber
Santa Rosa District Schools

Description

Through modeling and practice using a task board of photographed steps involving the student, students learn the steps of how to clean up after eating a meal.

Objectives

Complete productive and leisure activities used in the home and community.

Complete productive and leisure activities used in the home and community - with guidance and support.

Participate in routines of productive and leisure activities used in the home and community - with assistance.

Materials

-Poster board
-Digital camera with disk
-Printer with paper for printing photos
-Table
-2 Plates
-2 Forks
-1 Spoon
-2 Glasses
-Napkins
-Velcro
-Permanent marker
-Sink
-Trash can
-Kitchen Duty Checklist, one per student (See Associated File)

Preparations

1. Gather digital camera, printer, photo paper, and disk.
2. Locate and set up a kitchen area with table, trash can, and sink.
3. Gather napkins, two plates, two forks, two glasses and one spoon.
4. Gather marker, Velcro, and poster board for task board.
5. Print Kitchen Duty Checklist, one per student. (See Associated File)
6. Plan meal for students to clean up afterwards.

Procedures

INDEPENDENT LEVEL
1. Set table with 2 place settings of plates, forks, glasses, and napkins.

2. Model each task step (see steps below) and then take a picture of the student performing each task step.

3. Print pictures taken with the digital camera and laminate each.

4. Attach Velcro to the back of each of the 6 pictures. Attach 6 pieces of Velcro running from top to bottom of poster strip for attaching the pictures.

5. Label the top of the poster strip “Kitchen Duty” using the permanent marker. This poster strip is the task board.

6. Have student put task pictures in correct sequence going down the task board by attaching the pictures to it using the Velcro. Correct student as needed and have student practice several times.

7. Have student perform task at kitchen station using the task board for reference.

8. Once student has practiced using the task board for reference, have student perform the task after eating using the task board as a reference without teacher guidance.

Task Steps:
a. Use napkin to wipe crumbs from table onto each plate.
b. Use fork to scrape leftovers from one plate to the second plate.
c. Scrape leftovers from plate into the trash can using a fork.
d. Stack two plates with two forks and place by the sink.
e. Place two glasses by the sink.
f. Throw napkins in trash.


SUPPORTED LEVEL
1. Set table with one place setting including a plate, fork, glass, and napkin.

2. Model each task step (see steps below) and then take a picture of the student performing each task step.

3. Print pictures taken with the digital camera and laminate each.

4. Attach Velcro to the back of each of the 4 pictures. Attach 4 pieces of Velcro running from top to bottom of poster strip for attaching the pictures.

5. Label the top of the poster strip “Kitchen Duty” using the permanent marker. This poster strip is the task board.

6. Have student put task pictures in correct sequence going down the task board by attaching the pictures to it using the Velcro. Correct student as needed and have student practice several times.

7. Have student perform task at kitchen station using the task board for reference.

8. Once student has practiced using the task board for reference, have student perform the task after eating using the task board as a reference with teacher direction.

Task Steps:
a. Use napkin to wipe crumbs from table onto the plate.
b. Use fork to scrape leftovers and napkin from plate into the trash can.
c. Place the fork on top of the plate and set by the sink.
d. Place the glass by sink next to the plate.


PARTICIPATORY LEVEL
1. Set table with one plate and spoon.

2. Model each task step (see steps below) and then take a picture of the student performing each task step.

3. Print pictures taken with the digital camera and laminate each.

4. Attach Velcro to the back of each of the 3 pictures. Attach 3 pieces of Velcro running from top to bottom of poster strip for attaching the pictures.

5. Label the top of the poster strip “Kitchen Duty” using the permanent marker. This poster strip is the task board.

6. Have student put task pictures in correct sequence going down the task board by attaching the pictures to it using the Velcro. Correct student as needed and have student practice several times.

7. Have student perform task at kitchen station using the task board for reference.

8. Once student has practiced using the task board for reference, have student perform the task after eating using the task board as a reference with guidance and direction from teacher.


Task Steps:
a. Pick up plate.
b. Scrape leftovers and napkin in the trash can using a spoon.
c. Place the spoon on the plate and set the plate by the sink.

Assessments

1. TEACHER ASSESSMENT
INDEPENDENT LEVEL
Evidence:
-Table is cleared of two place settings of plates, forks, glasses, and trash (napkins and leftover food).
-Plates, glasses, and forks are placed by the sink.
-Leftover food and napkin are placed in the trash can.
-Pictures for task board are put in correct order.
-Student uses task board to follow through with task steps.

Criteria:
-Two place settings of plates, forks, glasses, and trash (napkins and leftover food) are cleared from the table without the guidance of a teacher.
-Plates are stacked with forks and placed by the sink without the guidance of the teacher.
-The glasses are placed by the plates by the sink without the guidance of the teacher.
-Pictures for task board are put in correct order without the guidance of a teacher.
-Student uses task board to follow through with task steps without the guidance of a teacher.

SUPPORTED LEVEL
Evidence:
-Student clears his/her plate, glass, fork, and trash (including napkin and leftover food) from table.
-Student’s plate, glass, and fork are placed by sink.
-Napkin and leftover food are placed in trash can.
-Pictures for task board are put in correct order.
-Student uses task board to follow through with task steps.

Criteria:
-Student clears his/her plate, glass, fork, and trash (napkin and leftover food) from the table with guidance and support from teacher.
-Fork is placed on the plate and placed with the glass by the sink with guidance and support from the teacher.
-Trash (napkin and leftover food) are placed in the trash can with guidance and support from the teacher.
-Pictures for task board are put in correct order with guidance and support from the teacher.
-Student uses task board to follow through with task steps with guidance and support from the teacher.

PARTICIPATORY LEVEL
Evidence:
-Plate and spoon are cleared from table.
-Plate and spoon are placed by sink.
-Leftover food and napkin are in trash can.
-Pictures for task board are put in correct order.
-Student uses task board to follow through with task steps.

Criteria:
-Student clears plate, spoon, leftover food, and napkin from the table with the assistance of the teacher.
-Student places plate and spoon by the sink with the assistance of the teacher.
-Leftover food and napkin are placed in the trash can using a spoon with the assistance of the teacher.
-Pictures for task board are put in correct order with the assistance of the teacher.
-Student uses task board to follow through with task steps with the assistance of the teacher.

2. STUDENT ASSESSMENT
-Students assess their progress using the task board.
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