Numeracy at Work – Math Series Preparing Indigenous learners for Apprenticeship and Employment – Facilitators Guide 3 – Baker – Working with Ratios & Proportions
Numeracy at Work
Cook/Baker-Working with Ratios & Proportions
Learning about Ratio and Proportions are important math skills for cooking and baking. A cook or baker must use ratios to measure wet and dry ingredients and be able to convert proportions to increase or decrease the size of a recipe.
Cooks and Bakers are very important workers in the culinary community. Food is thought of as one of the most important traditional characteristics that define First Nations people. A person who has a gift to cook or bake is a treasured member of the community. They work in various settings, such as a home-based catering service, food truck, restaurants, food booths, Tim Hortons, arena snack bar, bingo hall, hotels, fast food joints, or breakfast diners.
This Facilitator’s Guide accompanies the Numeracy at Work - Cook/Baker-Working with Ratios & Proportions Student Work Book.
- Student’s Work Book
- Answer Key
- Task-based Activities
Numeracy at Work - Math Series
Preparing Indigenous learners for Apprenticeship and Employment
There are 5 booklets in the Numeracy at Work series. The booklets are designed for learners entering an apprenticeship program or preparing for the workforce. Learners are encouraged to complete a booklet in a career they are interested in or they could try all the booklets to investigate what careers interest them. Every booklet concentrates on math concepts and skills needed in a chosen career.
The OALCF are the guidelines used to establish math concepts and skills at Level 1 and Level 2, as some career paths are more advanced learning of math concepts.
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