welcome n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Welcome PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 50

Welcome - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

  • Uploaded on

Welcome. Bachelor Merit. 5 Lesson Plan AR Workbook – Pages 143 – 150 Leaders Gold Reference Guide Pages 13 – 29 AR Leaders Guide Pages 95 – 120. Lesson 2. Lesson 3. Lesson 4. Lesson 5. Lesson One - Objectives. You will be able to select a personal goal to achieve.

I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Welcome' - terrian

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

Bachelor Merit

5 Lesson Plan

AR Workbook – Pages 143 – 150

Leaders Gold Reference Guide Pages 13 – 29

AR Leaders Guide Pages 95 – 120

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

lesson one objectives
Lesson One - Objectives
  • You will be able to select a personal goal to achieve.
  • You will be able to develop and write a plan to achieve your goal.
  • You will be able to clean an oven, refrigerator, stove, and wastepaper basket.

Personal Goals

AR Workbook Page 145, Question 12a

Select a personal goal you want to achieve. (This may be a short-term goal such as buying clothes, or it may be a long-term goal such as saving for college.)


Draw or paste a picture of your goal:


Achieving Personal Goals

AR Workbook Page 145, Question 12b

  • Write a plan to achieve it. Determine the following:
    • How much will it cost?
    • How much time do you have to achieve your goal?

Achieving Personal Goals

AR Workbook Page 145, Question 12b

  • Write a plan to achieve it. Determine the following:
    • How will you earn the money to pay for your goal?
    • What adjustments could you make to your plan if you cannot reach your goal in time?

Preparing and Cooking Family Meals

AR Workbook Page 143, Requirement 1

  • What steps are involved in preparing and cooking family meals?
  • On the piece of paper supplied, write out the first of three complete family meals.
  • Try to accomplish one meal per week.

Preparing and Cooking Family Meals

Food Guide Pyramid

A Guide to Daily Food Choices

MLR 1 Page 25


Dishes Cleanup

AR Workbook Page 143, Requirement 2

  • What is involved with cleaning the kitchen dishes?
  • What should we clean and how?
  • Wash and clean the dishes for five different meals.

Kitchen Cleanup

AR Workbook Page 143, Requirement 3

  • What areas of the kitchen do we need to clean after every meal?
  • Clean the kitchen oven, stove, refrigerator and wastepaper basket.
  • What special considerations are there?
lesson two objectives
Lesson Two - Objectives
  • You will be able to set up a personal budget.

Personal Budget

AR Workbook Page 144, Requirement 11

  • God expects us to be careful with the use of our money, time, talents and the other resources we have been given.
  • Learning a personal budgeting system can help you be a good steward.
  • Do any of you use a budget system now?

Budgeting Income

10% - Tithe

25% - Short-term Savings

25% - Long-term Savings

40% - Spending


Budgeting Income

  • God instructs us in Malachi 3:8-12 to give 10% of our income to Him.
  • First thing to do is set aside $1.00 of every $10.00 of income.
  • This is the tithe, and it goes to the local church.

Budgeting Income

  • You may want to purchase something that requires you to save.
  • Money for this goes into the short-term savings ($2.50 / $10.00).
  • After a short period of time you will have the money to buy what you’ve been saving for.

Budgeting Income

  • For other future items, you save for a long time (Long-term savings).
  • Could include college, trade school, or a car.
  • Set aside $2.50 / $10.00 of income, put into a long-term savings account.

Budgeting Income

  • Of course you will want to spend some of your income right away.
  • General guideline is to spend $4.00 / $10.00 on those kinds of things.
  • How would you divide up $25.00 income?
  • With $20.00 income, how long to save $38.00 for a game?

Sources of Income


Gifts of Money

Money for jobs you do

Money for things you sell



  • What are expenses?
  • Anything you pay money for.
  • Includes sodas, candy, popcorn, clothes, games, shoes.

Budget Worksheet

AR Workbook Page 149

January 06







Budget Worksheet

AR Workbook Page 149

1/6/06 Allowance $20.00 $20.00

1/13/06 Allowance $20.00 $40.00

1/20/06 Allowance $20.00 $60.00

1/27/06 Allowance $20.00 $80.00

1/28/06 Clean Grandparents Garage$10.00 $90.00


Budget Worksheet

AR Workbook Page 149

1/7/06 Tithe $2.00 $2.00

1/8/06 Soda & Chips $1.50 $3.50

1/10/06 Soda - Rangers $0.50 $4.00

1/13/06 Movie & Popcorn $12.00 $16.00

1/15/06 Tithe $2.00 $18.00

1/16/06 Candy $1.00 $19.00

lesson three objectives
Lesson Three - Objectives
  • You will be able to do your laundry.
  • You will be able to explain how to vacuum, dust, and make your bed.
  • You will be able to plan a weekly menu, prepare a shopping list, and purchase ingredients.
  • You will be able to explain how to keep your room clean.
  • You will be able to explain how to clean a bathroom.


AR Workbook Page 143, Requirement 4

  • Laundry is not hard to do.
  • Simple guidelines must be followed:
  • First, speak to the person who does laundry in your household (how do they do it?)


  • Second, separate clothes into three piles:
    • Whites
    • Bright Colors
    • Dark Colors


  • Third, separate each of these piles into piles that produce lint and those that attract lint.
  • Clothes that attract lint: Corduroy and most permanent-press clothes.
  • Clothes that produce lint: Flannels, towels, and sweats.


  • Wash each pile separately.
  • Zip zippers and clean out pockets.
  • Use stain remover following the manufacturers instructions.
  • Use hot water for heavily soiled clothes.


  • Use correct amount of detergent, by using the measuring cup provided.
  • Set water temperature to hot, warm or cold after checking instructions on clothes labels.


  • Cold Water: Bright Colors and dark clothes to keep the colors and prevent shrinking.
  • Warm or Hot Water: Preshrunk cottons.


  • Machine Settings:
    • Most have three cycles – Regular (cottons and sturdy clothes); Heavy; Delicate.
    • Water level based on load size.


  • Bleach – allow machine to run a few minutes to mix detergent and water before adding.
  • Color-safe bleach may be used on all colorfast clothing.
  • How to test for colorfastness: Soak hidden area in a teaspoon of color-safe bleach, rinse and dry. Did it fade?


Clothes Drying

  • Most clothes can be put into the dryer.
  • Read labels first.
  • Anti-static sheets?
  • Clean out dryer lint before turning on.
  • Set timer, pull out when dry, fold or hang immediately.


Complete MWS 1 “Separating Laundry”, page 146 in your workbook.



What is involved with vacuuming, dusting and making beds?

  • Vacuuming -more then just a once-over, 5-8 times pickups all particles in heavy traveled areas.
  • Move small furniture and vacuum under beds
  • Carry out vacuuming at home to finish requirement 5.


What is involved in keeping your room, dresser, and closet clean?

  • Clean your room this week, with your parents inspection, for fulfillment of requirement 9.


What is involved in cleaning the bathroom facilities and floor?

  • Scrub the sink, counter, toilet and bathtub / shower with cleanser or vinegar/water solution.
  • Wipe out sink with towel to reduce water stains.


  • Tile or linoleum floors – sweep and clean with floor cleaner or vinegar/water solution.
  • Carpeting thoroughly vacuumed.
  • Throw rugs vacuumed, shaken outside, or washed.
  • Clean the bathroom in your home this week in partial fulfillment of requirement 10.


MLR 3a “Weekly Menu” Page 28



MLR 3b “Shopping List” Page 29



  • Requirement 7 – use MWS 2 “Weekly Menu”, page 147, to plan a week of menus.
  • Use MWS 3 “Shopping List”, page 148, to list all the items needed for the menus.
  • Go with your parents to purchase the items.
  • Some of these meals may include those prepared for Requirement 1.
lesson four objectives
Lesson Four - Objectives
  • You will be able to iron several clothing items.


General Tips

  • Keep fingers away from the iron surface.
  • Never leave an iron unattended, it may cause a fire.
  • Unplug after use.
  • Shirt labels show proper care instructions, many are now wrinkle free.


General Tips

  • Some shirt labels have iron setting suggestions.
  • When using steam, use distilled water.
  • Irons heat up quickly.


Ironing a Shirt

  • Begin ironing the collar.
  • Start at the back.
  • When ironing the collar front, go from edges slowly to avoid creasing.
  • Unroll cuffs and iron inside first.


Ironing a Shirt

  • Smooth sleeves with clean hands.
  • Iron sleeve backs first, then fronts.
  • Collar end on narrow end of board, start with one front panel, iron from collar to shirt bottom.
  • Rotate shirt to back, repeat ironing from collar to tail, then other front panel.


Ironing a Shirt

  • Immediately hang the shirt on a hanger.
  • Button it to the second button from the top.
  • Pants and other items are ironed in a similar fashion.
  • Requirement 6: Under adult supervision, iron a shirt, pair of pants, and one other item.
lesson five objectives
Lesson Five - Objectives
  • You will be able to sew on a button.


Threading the Needle

  • 18” thread.
  • Moisten end and thread the needle.
  • Pull thread through until ends are equal.
  • Tight overhand knot, then second overhand knot on top of the first.


Sewing the Button

  • Place the button on the material and push the needle up through a buttonhole from underneath.
  • Pull thread all the way through until the knot is firmly pulled into the material.
  • Push needle down through another hole, pulling thread tight.


Sewing the Button

  • Go through the first hole again and repeat three times.
  • Come up through the third hole and down the fourth.
  • Repeat three times.


Tying Off

  • On the backside, push the needle through the threads on the button and then through the loop, tying an overhand knot.
  • Repeat above procedure.
  • Cut thread near the button.