ACTIVITIES: (Please provide a list of the activities students will perform in order to satisfy the HBA requirement):
This course provides laboratory experiences in baking and pastry chef work suitable for both the novice and advanced student. Emphasis is on cake finishing, chocolate and piping techniques in the European style of presentation.
At the completion of the course the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate safe and efficient use of various hand tools;
2. Demonstrate ability to safely operate various pastry machines;
3. Demonstrate a variety of hand tool skills for the purpose of shaping and piping buttercream, chocolate decorations and individual desserts;
Production of various fruit fillings, custards and Bavarian creams.
Chocolate techniques – making of various decorative pieces, glazing cakes and pastry products.
METHODS OF INSTRUCTION:
Methods of instruction include text reading and discussion. Independent and group work with guided instruction,
Lectures, handouts and manipulative demonstrations.
NOTE: To be UC/CSU transferable, the text must be dated within the last 7 years OR a statement of justification for a text beyond the last 7 years must be included.
6th Edition, 2012
Textbook Reading Level:
(For textbook beyond 7 years)
Lab Manual Title
OUTSIDE OF CLASS WEEKLY ASSIGNMENTS: Title 5, section 55002.5 establishes that a range of 48 -54hours of lecture, study, or lab work is required for one unit of credit. For each hour of lecture, students should be required to spend an additional two hours of study outside of class to earn one unit of credit.
State mandates that sample assignments must be included on the Course Outline of Record.
STUDENT EVALUATION: (Show percentage breakdown for evaluation instruments)
Course must require use of critical thinking, college-level concepts & college-level learning skills.
For degree credit, course requires essay writing unless that requirement would be inappropriate to the course objectives. If writing is inappropriate, there must be a requirement of problem-solving or skills demonstration.
Essay (If essay is not included in assessment, explain below.)
Computation or Non-computational Problem Solving Skills