Assignment: Discuss Peanut butter reaction
Assignment: Discuss Peanut butter reaction
I need a outline the CLC questions of this assignment no apa fromat nedded.
I had to do this for a lesson plan for four and five year olds.
What You Need:
Pen and paper
What You Do:
Step 1 From your pantry, gather all the stuff needed for making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich; bread, peanut butter, jelly, knife, and plate.
Step 2 Tell your child that you are going to read him the directions for making a sandwich.
Step 3 Your child should tell you, in precise order, how to make the sandwich, step by step. As they talk (ask them to go slowly) begin to build the sandwich. You can only do exactly what they say. If your child says, “put the peanut butter on the bread,” pick up the closed peanut butter jar and try to shake it on the closed bread bag. It may sound silly but it demonstrates that the proper order is necessary for you to understand. Your child must start from the beginning with lots of detail.
Get out the jelly and peanut butter jars and put them on the counter.
Get out a plate and butter knife and put them on the counter.
Take two slices of bread out of the bread bag.
Put them on a plate.
Pick up a butter knife with your right hand
Dip the knife into the peanut butter jar
Spread the peanut butter on one slice of bread.
Dip the knife into the jelly jar
Spread the jelly on one slice of bread.
Close the sandwich.
Put away the jelly and peanut butter.
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CLC Course Information
Course Name/Section Number: Psychology 356
Instructor’s Name: Ketsia McClease
Start Date of the Course: February 22, 2013
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Joanne Mellon Contributing one or more ideas for how the project should be completed 03/04/13
KenyaMalcolm Outlining the CLC project 03/10/13
Joanne Mellon Assigning tasks to CLC members 03/04/13
Lexiann Ordish Performing research on assigned topics and writing it up for CLC members to review 03/04/13
Maha Salem Making sure everyone meets their assigned deadlines for tasks 03/04/13
Kenya Malcolm Proofreading and editing the paper 03/04/13
Maha Salem Submitting the paper via the Assignments feature by the due date deadline 03/10/13
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