Jak pisałam w ostatnim wpisie o lekcji w sali do gotowania, następnym etapem były refleksje uczniów na temat zajęć. Czytam i aż się robi człowiekowi miło. Jedno jest pewne – warto! Warto wyjść z klasy lub z rutyny. Wyjście z klasy to w ogóle wydarzenie – nawet do auli – bo potrzebujecie przestrzeni, na korytarz bo…!
Wyjście z rutyny, zrobienie czegoś zupełnie innego niż zwykle – komentowaliście wpis na FB, że robiliście drobny poczęstunek na lekcji przy okazji słownictwa z jedzeniem, jak na przykład gofry, że uczniowie przynieśli produkty, lub gotowe dania i też było wspaniale. W sumie w poprzedniej szkole też zrobiłam taką lekcję, bo sali do gotowania nie było.
Ale oto kilka refleksji – po angielsku oczywiście. Póki co nie są sprawdzone 😉
On Monday we had an English lesson in the cooking classroom. I found it as not only a nice way to learn, but also to have fun with my classmates. At the beginning we were supposed to choose different continent inspired dishes for each group. As it turned out when the lesson started and we presented our dish ideas two groups were going to make pizza! My group made chinese egg cupcakes. At first i was not sure if they were going to turn out how we expected them to. My doubts turned out to be fake, they turned out amazing. We even decided to do extra decorations from meringue because we still had a lot of time left. Other groups’ food was also very tasty. Everyone enjoyed the three pizzas that were made then. I am looking forward to any similar lessons in this form to be arranged in the future.
On Monday February 2nd Our class had a cooking lesson. I was in a group with Oskar, Iwo and Zosia and we made pizza together. We had ready store-bought pizza dough so we didn’t need to make one and we saved on time by doing this. First we needed to open the dough and lay it on a cooking pan, then I spread tomato sauce on top of the dough, meanwhile my friends were cutting and shredding cheese. After spreading the tomato sauce we put cheese on top of the pizza, and after that we put ham and sweet corn on top of it. When we finished getting everything ready and putting the ingredients together the pizza was ready to bake! We started preheating the oven at 200
degrees Celsius, and when it was hot enough we put the pizza inside the oven. Our group made 2 pizzas: One with mushrooms and one without. The pizza with mushrooms was nearly the same, the only two differences were that it didn’t have sweet corn on it but it had mushrooms. We ate our Pizzas together and were happy with the results. We found making the pizza quite easy and there weren’t any major issues.
That lesson was really fun and I hope that we will have more lessons like that.
About a week ago I had a cooking lesson instead of a regular english lesson.
It was pretty fun. We were divided into groups of around 4 people and after that we chose which country we’ll represent. Me and my friends of course chose Italy and we decided to make 2 pizzas.
One was with ham and corn and the other one was with mushrooms. Before the lesson we went to „Lidl” to buy some ingredients. We bought cheese, tomato sauce and pizza dough, the rest of the igredients we already had with us. The making process of the pizzas was really fun and relatively easy because the dough was already made so all we had to do was put some tomato sauce and the rest of the ingredients. The hardest part was probably waiting for the pizzas to be done in the oven. In the end my group split into 2: the ones that liked mushrooms and the ones that didn’t. Wiktor and I were in the group that didn’t like mushrooms and Zosia and Iwo were in the group that liked them. Obviously I didn’t try the pizza which had mushrooms but the pizza with ham and corn was really good.
This was actually the first time that I made something more experienced than a bowl of cereal so I was proud of myself after I tried the pizza and it was good. 🙂
Last time when we went to the kitchen/cooking class it was a lot of fun. We’re supposed to prepare a dish in small groups and talk about it… but pretty much all the dishes got eaten as soon as they got out of the oven. It was a great fun, even though we screwed a couple of things up… Don’t even get me started on the muffins, we screwed so much it’s a miracle they turned out fine. From the measuring ingredietes to the putting final product in the oven, we did it on the fly. It certainly was a new expierience not stressing about the food, cause it’s going to turn out mediocre anyways. We literally whisked some egg whites and added that to the muffins, just for the sake of it. Was it a great fun? Certainly. Was it tasty? It turned out fine in the end. And would I like to do it again? Yeah…
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