TIME: 2 weeks
- Students (in pairs most likely) will select a Japanese dish that they will make and bring to our class’s potluck party.
- Students will write the recipe in Japanese.
- Students will prepared a grocery shopping list.
- Students will make a list of their equipment needs.
- Students will prepared their dish.
By the end of this unit, you will be able to:
- select and read a variety of Japanese recipes—written in Japanese, of course, even ones of your own choosing.
- work to comprehend the cooking process described in the recipe in a more independent and less guided way.
- identify the new recipe’s required ingredients, amounts, and actions, as well as how to perform them.
- explain how to make the selected new recipe—either orally or in writing.
- make the new recipe on your own.
By the end of this unit, you will have learned:
- how to read an authentic recipe—not one created for class by the instructor, dealing with all of the complexities and unfamiliar language found in it.
- new vocabulary for ingredients.
- more about Japanese food and cooking.
- better cooking skills—practical, real–world, skills.