1. Topic-
 Making Ice Cream
2. Content-
 The student will solve the following problem by changing it to the English units of measurement
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
 1.students to be able to convert measurements in recipes 2.student to explore and mix ingredients 3.to convert metric units to our units of measurements
4. Objectives-
 1.after the lesson the student will be able to change a recipe to arrive at the amount of each ingredient needed to serve a given number of people. 2.student will observe, examine, measure and mix the ingredients provided. 3.student will convert metric units to English units of measurement
5. Materials and Aids-
 zip-lock freezer plastic bag (27 cm x 28 cm) zip-lock freezer plastic bag (18 cm x 20.3 cm) ice(enough to fill the larger zip-lock bag half full) salt(90 ml or 90 g) spoons for everyone towel or newspaper
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

 this recipe makes four servings of ice cream 125 ml milk 15 g sugar 1.2 ml vanilla

B. Development-

 fill large zip-lock bag half full of ice. Measure liquid and dry ingredients. combine milk, sugar and vanilla in small zip-lock sand seal--squeezeout all air.place small bag into large bag. add salt to ice. seal--squeeze out air.wrap bags in towel or layers of newspaper.roll, or shake back and forth until mixture reaches a thick ice cream appearance.ENJOY!!

C. Practice-

 now students must take the measurements for the ingredients and change the metric measurements to English measurements and then double the recipe

D. Independent Practice-

 using the conversion chart provided students need to use the formula for conversion and convert the measurements.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

 125 ml milk change to: 15 g sugar change to: 102 ml vanilla change to:

F. Checking for understanding-

 the student must use a different recipe from metric units of measurement to English units of measurement

G. Closure-

 the student should enjoy this they learn and eat!!

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