Class 3-206’s How-To Cookbook!

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If you like to eat, you are going to love this blog post. Class 3-206 has put together a series of “How-To” writings with directions for how to make several delicious dishes. Use the links below to see the recipies, and look for links back to this page at the bottom of each post.

Check out the following Video Illustration* to find out why details are so important in How-To writing:
* If the video does not appear below, Watch it on The Media Spot’s website.

Download: Posted by ps124video at TeacherTube.com.

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(click on the image to the right to see the cookbook cover illstration):

Example: How to make chili from a can, by Mr. Rhys

Cookbook Illustration class 3-2061. How to make a cup of noodle soup, by Erick

2. How to make a ham and cheese sandwich, by Devon

3. How to make an ice cream sundae, by George I

4. How to make a hot dog, by Ashley

5. How to make a boiled egg, by Sharon

6. How to make cold cereal, by Diana

7. How to make toast with butter, by Matthew

8. How to make a ham and cheese sandwich, by George II

9. How to make s’mores, by Kayla

10. How to make a ham sandwich, by Heidy

11. How to make pizza, by Illeanel

12. How to make a ham and cheese sandwich, by Alexander

13. How to make a tortilla, by Maria

14. How to make an omelet, by Amadou

15. How to make a grilled cheese, by Mark

16. How to make a grilled cheese, by Sonia

17. How to make peanut butter and jelly, by Jose

18. How to make cheese toast, by Elijah

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3 Responses

  1. Wow! you guys are awesome!! -Ms. Lane

  2. Your class food look’s so delicious.

  3. […] Examples * research links * short in-class activity plan * longer lesson plan * group writing activity * list poetry * haiku’s * research essay excerpts with photos * multimedia pen pals * video * blog website […]

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