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Document ID (ISN)54159
CIS number 90-1154
Year 1987
Convention or series no.
Author(s) Dudenko R.I.
Title Training manual on equipment and occupational safety and health in group catering - System of comprehensive programmed instruction based on support cues
Original title Učebnoe posobie po oborudovaniju i ohrane truda v obščestvennom pitanii (sistema kompleksnogo programmirovannogo obučenija na baze opornyh signalov) [in Russian]
Bibliographic information Izdatel'stvo Ėkonomika, Berežkovskaja nab. 6, 121864 Moskva, G-59, USSR, 1987. 332p. Illus. 36 ref. Price: SUR 1.50.
Abstract This book is designed for technical school teachers and students. It adapts "SCPI-SC", an advanced teaching and learning method of "support cues" or "signals", developed by Soviet secondary school teacher V. ┐atalov, for the specific purpose of teaching an "Equipment and Occupational Safety and Health in Group Catering" course to technical school students. A "support cue" or "signal" is any informational unit (fact, figure, event, etc.), which somehow sticks in the learner's mind and later on serves as a catch for restoring as much of the delivered information as possible. Contents: system characteristics; system introduction; programming of the "Equipment" course instruction; programming of knowledge check within the SCPI-SC framework; programming of the "Occupational Safety and Health" course (organisational, methodological and planning features of the subject learning); OSH support cues and units; instruction cards for practice work.
Descriptors (primary) occupational safety and health; training material; kitchen equipment; group catering
Descriptors (secondary) training manuals; teaching; safety and health training; safety training in schools; assessment of knowledge; description of technique
Document type C - Training manuals, audiovisual material
Subject(s) Commerce, services, offices
Broad subject area(s) Industries and occupations
Browse category(ies) OSH training