Cookery - Indian street food - introduction
Cookery - Indian street food - introduction (DMF0094GR)
from 7pm to 9pm
For 5 weeks.
16 January 2020
13 February 2020
Granville Park Adult Education Centre
100 Granville Park
What prior knowledge, experience and qualifications will I need?
No prior knowledge experience is necessary to enrol on this course.
To select a city and recipe, make the dish. To understand the beauty of street food. To make a tasty, melt in the mouth kebab through exploration, taste & discussion. To identify and achieve a personal goal, as discussed with your tutor.
What teaching methods will the tutor use?
The tutor will use a range of teaching methods during the course which will include the following: Demonstration - both group and individual, one to one tuition, group work, assessment of progress, observation, discussion/question and answer sessions.
What assessment methods will the tutor use?
The course tutor will use a range of methods to assess progress on the course. These may include: observation, completion of an Individual Learning Plan which will be updated regularly, evaluation of work samples, question and answer sessions, photographs of projects to record achievement presented on our virtual learning environment (VLE).
Will extra work be required outside the class times?
Learners may wish to work on projects outside the classroom in order to progress. Homework exercises are set to enhance and develop techniques learnt during the session. You will be encouraged to access our virtual learning environment all.lewisham.gov.uk (VLE), take part in course forums and various online activities provided by the tutor. Please sign up for a Pinterest account and find us listed under 'Achieving Dreams', click on 'Follow'.
What materials will I need for the course and how much will they cost?
No materials are supplied. An ingredients, equipment and suppliers list will be available on the course virtual learning page. Please log on to icel.lewisham.gov.uk 4 days before your course begins.
What do I need to bring to the first class?
The tutor will provide the ingredients for the first session. Please bring a container, clingfilm, apron or overall, a notepad and pen, tea towel and dish cloth.
Options when finished
The department offers a wide variety of Design, Media, Music and Food courses at different levels. Information about these courses is available through the tutor, the Curriculum Leader or the ALL programme.
This is a practical class, please wear suitable clothing including enclosed footwear. ALL cannot be held responsible for any items including work, materials, tools, etc. left by the learner in our workrooms.