Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 7

Warren County High

School
Working Together in Unity to Achieve Success

Course Syllabus
Course
Term
Instructor

FH 72 ProStart 2
Fall Spring, 2014-2015
Name:
Derrick L. Fogg
Phone:
252-257-4413 x 3215
Email:
dfogg@warrenk12nc.org

Course
Description

In this national credentialing, one credit, and second level


fundamental food service course, students study advanced skills
hospitality industry, including tourism and the retail industry, the
history of foodservice, and the lodging industry. Advanced food
service skills include potatoes and grains, meat, poultry, seafood,
stocks, soups and sauces, desserts, and baked goods. Service
skills are refined through the art of service and communicating
with Customers. Students learn purchasing and industry control,
standard accounting practices and how to build restaurant sales
through marketing and the menu. Students will complete the
remainder of a required 400-hour paid or unpaid one-credit
internship, which will count toward the National ProStart
Certificate of Achievement. Work-based learning strategies
appropriate for this course include apprenticeship, cooperative
education, entrepreneurship, internship, mentorship, schoolbased enterprise, service learning, and job shadowing. Students
are encouraged to compete at the state and national levels of
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)
and/or ProStart competitive events. Community service and
leadership activities provide the opportunity to apply essential
standards and workplace readiness skills through authentic
experiences. This course yield 1 unit and certification

Prerequisites
Required
Supplies

opportunity.
FH 71 ProStart 1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1

2 3-Ring Binder
Pack Tab Dividers
Pack Notebook Paper
Composition Notebook
Basic Calculator
Black/Blue Ink Pens & No. 2 Pencils
Highlighter (any color)
Pack Sheet Protector (50 count)
Report Cover (any color)
Flask Drive (1 GB)
1
Hand Sanitizer (Bottle)
1
Facial Tissue (Box)
Revised August 27, 2014

Warren County High


School
Working Together in Unity to Achieve Success

Course Syllabus
1
Course Level
Content &
Learning
Outcomes
Objectives

Textbook

Ream of Copy Paper

1.00
Apply techniques to prepare breakfast food and sandwiches.
2.00
Understand basic nutrition.
3.00
Understand foodservice costs.
4.00
Apply techniques to prepare salads and garnishes.
5.00
Understand essential elements of purchasing and inventory.
6.00
Apply techniques to prepare meat, poultry, and seafood.
7.00
Understand marketing and menu development.
8.00
Apply techniques to prepare desserts and baked goods.
9.00
Understand sustainability and foodservice industry.
10.00
Understand global cuisines.
Foundations of Restaurant Management & Culinary
Arts,
National Restaurant Association Prentice Hall, 2011 level
2

Revised August 27, 2014

Warren County High


School
Working Together in Unity to Achieve Success

Course Syllabus
Grading

Grading
Scale
93 - 100 =
A
85 - 92 =
B
77 - 84 = C
76 - 70 =
D
69 - 1 = F

Your course grade will be based on your scores on your


examinations, papers, assignments, and your contributions
to class and discussions. These different components will be
weighted as follows:
Six Weeks Average
Homework / Classwork / Participation 25%
Labs 25%
Notebook / Projects 25%
Final Exam / Tests / Quizzes 25%
Total = 100%
Yearly Average
1st Six Weeks 11.111%
2nd Six Weeks 11.111%
3rd Six Weeks 11.111%
th
4 Six Weeks 11.111%
5th Six Weeks 11.111%
6th Six Weeks 11.111%
Final Exam (VoCATS)
33.336%

Activities

Total = 100%

Extra Credit (will maybe given periodically; points added to


lowest quiz or test at teachers discretion)
Journal Entries are mandatory and count as a test grade at the
end of the each six weeks
Random Notebook Check Syllabus must be sheet protected
and in front of notebook signed and dated (counts as a Quiz
grade)
Monthly , Weekly, & Daily Participation Grade Takes into
account behavior, readiness, participation, attendance
VoCATS Review Sessions - Mandatory and count as a Test
Grade at the end of the year.

Classes will include lecture notes, exercises, discussions and short cases.
For all classes other than the first class, you are expected to have read
the assigned chapters before class each week. This will enable you to
participate in any exercises and to ask questions about material you
didn't understand.
A notebook is required for this class and must be brought to class each
day. It will be taken up and graded periodically (announced and
unannounced). Late notebooks are only accepted if student has an
excused absence. The student must have a note upon his/her return to
school. Students are responsible for notes, handouts and work missed.
Due to sanitation requirements, all students must be dressed properly

Revised August 27, 2014

Warren County High


School
Working Together in Unity to Achieve Success

Course Syllabus
for lab. This includes: headwear, apron, shoes (closed toe and heel),
pants at natural waist, flesh covered from shoulders to knees. No bare
midriffs and no bagging pants. Any student with a food allergy should
bring a doctors note and a written signed statement from the
parent/guardian immediately.
Such activities help students appreciate how the knowledge taught in
this course can be applied.
There will be one midterm examination and a final examination. The
examinations will consist primarily of multiple choice, short answer, and
short essay questions. The examinations will cover all of the assigned
readings. In addition, you may be tested on information introduced with
handouts, discussions, projects, reports and essays, which is not covered
in the textbook, but related to content.

Warren County
High School
Policy
Statements:

Warren County High School policies are provided in the current student /
parent handbook. This class is governed by the schools published policies.
The following policies are of particular interest:
Academic Honesty
The school is committed to high standards of academic honesty.
Students will be held responsible for violations of these standards.
Please refer to the student/parent handbook (pg 47) for academic
honesty policies for a definition of academic dishonesty and
potential disciplinary actions associated with it.
Withdrawals
Please be aware that, should you choose to withdraw from this
course, the date on which you notify the counseling center of your
decision will determine the change necessary. Please refer to the
student/parent handbook (pg 6) for policies on withdrawals.
Student Assignments Retained
From time to time, student assignments or projects will be retained
by The Department for the purpose of academic assessment. In
every case, should the assignment or project be shared outside the
academic Department, the student's name and all identifying
information about that student will be redacted from the assignment
or project.

Revised August 27, 2014

Warren County High


School
Working Together in Unity to Achieve Success

Course Syllabus
Procedures

Upon Arrival to Class


o
BEFORE THE TARDY BELL, you need to be SIGNED IN at the clipboard on
your class sign-in sheet, check your ABSENTEE FOLDER for any missed work,
PENCILS SHARPENED, NOTEBOOK OPEN and working on your bell ringer
assignment located on small white board.

Missed Work due to Absences


o
Upon your return to class, you will have THREE (3) DAYS to make up any
missed work covered during your absence.
o
If you were ALREADY AWARE of a quiz or test and missed the scheduled test
date, this work must be made up the day you return, no exceptions.
o
If you are SUSPENDED, we will comply with WCHS guidelines by sending work
to your home for completion. I am available for coaching if you need assistance
with lecture material.

Individual Assignments
o
Your NAME, DATE, CLASS, & PERIOD must be listed at the top, right corner
of every assignment to receive credit. Otherwise, 10 points will be deducted
from your grade.

Group Assignments
o
ENTIRE TEAM NAMES, DATE, CLASS, & PERIOD must be listed at the top,
right corner of every assignment to receive credit. PRESENTER(S) must be
listed as applicable in addition to team names. Otherwise, 10 points will be
deducted from the teams grade.

Absentee Missed Work Folder


o
Upon your return, check the colored absentee Missed Work folder, specified
by class period, immediately for handouts, notes, etc provided by your
instructor. Remember, all missed assignments must be made up WITHIN
THREE (3) DAYS OF HIS/HER RETURN TO CLASS. The student is
responsible for obtaining notes and homework assignments from classmates or
the instructor, as well as checking the absentee folder for missed assignments.
Students will receive a grade of ZERO (0) for all work not turned in on time.

Examples of Disruptive Behavior that Can Lead to Trouble


o
Interrupting the instructor and fellow classmates during lectures
o
Excessive Talking, Loud Outbursts, Noise with personal belongings
o
Cell phone or equipment usage in any way during class session without
permission
o
Arguments and/or altercations with other classmates
o
Repeated late arrival to class and/or arrival under the influence of a substance
o
Candy unwrapping, Clicking Pens, Tapping Tables, etc.

Consequences for Disruptive Behavior


o
Oral Warning (Informal): One-on-one, informal discussion between student and
instructor. Consequences of repeated behavior will be communicated to the
student. This session may or may not include informal conversation with parent
or guardian via telephone or conference. It should stop here.
o
Oral or Written Warning (Formal): Formal, one-on-one discussion between
student and instructor. Instructor will present written warning and ensure that
the information and consequences for repeated behavior are clearly
understood. Parents will be notified via telephone and given the option to meet
with the instructor regarding this matter and next steps. This means respect
boundaries were crossed.
o
Write-up/Suspension: Instructor will complete a Disciplinary Action Form (inschool suspension) and escort student to the appropriate WCHS personnel for

Revised August 27, 2014

Warren County High


School
Working Together in Unity to Achieve Success

Course Syllabus

TEACHER DIMISSES CLASS NOT THE BELL


NO GROOMING AND EXCESS TALKING DURING INSTRUCTION TIME
RESPECT IN ALL ASPECTS!!!
I HAVE EXPECTATIONS (not Rules); STUDENTS (not Kids);
OPPORTUNITIES (not Weaknesses)
THE 7 Ps: PRESENT, PROMPT, PREPARED, POSITIVE, POLITE,
PARTICIPATE, PROFESSIONAL
GREET YOUR INSTRUCTOR EVERYDAY AS YOU ENTER THE
CLASSROOM
EXCELLENCE AND DESIRE FOR SUCCESS IS MANDATORY!!! (Goal:
100% Level 2 Exam Scores Proficiency)
PAUSE & FOCUS Means I am requesting immediate & total
silence and your undivided attention.
ZERO TOLERANCE FOR DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR PREVENTING A
STUDENT FROM LEARNING
NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO LEAVE CLASS DURING THE FIRST AND LAST
10 MINUTES OF CLASS
TIMELY ARRIVAL TO CLASS. (Must be signed in, pencil sharpened, and
seated BEFORE the bell rings)
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT WILL NOT BE VISIBLE AND MUST BE
TURNED OFF
ADHERENCE TO CURRENT DRESS CODE POLICIES
SLEEPING IS NOT ENCOURAGED NOR ALLOWED; NO LEANING ON
BULLETING BOARDS
NO BATHROOM PASSES WILL BE GIVEN, SO DO NOT ASK!!! (GO
BEFORE THE BELL RINGS)
BRING YOUR SUPPLIES TO CLASS EVERYDAY
ABSOLUTELY NO SITTING ON OUR FURNITURE
FOOD, CHEWING GUM, AND DRINKS ONLY WHEN ALLOWED BY THE
INSTRUCTOR ONLY (SPECIAL OCCASIONS)
DEMONSTRATE THE WCHS CODE OF CONDUCT
PROFANITY IS NOT ALLOWED FOR ANY REASON
RESPECT, PROFESSIONAL MATURITY, AND MUTUAL RESPECT TOWARD
EVERYONE
NO VISITS TO GUIDANCE UNLESS YOU ARE CALLED BY A
COUNSELOR
ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN ALL CLASS ACTIVITIES AND DISCUSSIONS
NO VISTORS OF ANY SORT OR UNAUTHORIZED VISITS TO OR FROM

Revised August 27, 2014

Warren County High


School
Working Together in Unity to Achieve Success

Course Syllabus
I, (student name) _________________________ and (parent or
guardian) _______________________have read and thoroughly understand
the contents of the Family & Consumer Sciences Course Syllabus
Objectives, Grading, Expectations, and Procedures. I will place this
document in the front of my required 3-ring binder to use for future
reference.

(Student)
Signature __________________________________

Date______________________

(Parent/Guardian)
Signature __________________________________

Date______________________

Revised August 27, 2014