Napkin Folding Styles

Napkin Folding Styles
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Republic of the Philippines ST. JOSEPH VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT CENTER INC. The Tech-Voc School of the Archdiocese of Capiz Brgy. Lawaan, Roxas City A Detailed Lesson Plan in Technology and Livelihood Education (FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICES)

I. OBJECTIVES At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to: 1. Identify the different styles of napkin folding. 2. Perform the different styles of napkin folding 3. Appreciate the importance of different styles of napkin folding.

II. SUBJECT MATTER NAPKIN FOLDING STYLES III. TEACHING MATERIALS Instructional Materials: PowerPoint, Visual Aids, Pictures, Model Reference: Food and Beverage Services NC II Module IV. PROCEDURE Teacher’s Activity

Student’s Activity

A. Preparation 1. Daily Routine: a. Cleaning the room b. Opening Prayer c. Checking the attendance d. Energizer B. Motivation (Groupings) Kindly group your selves into 2 groups. We will have a group activity: (4 pics 1 word) Instruction: I have an envelope to be given in each group and that will be your “4 pics 1 word” activity. I will give you 2 minutes to do the task. Each group who got the correct answer will be given plus points to your quiz.

Yes Ma’am (Group Activity) Yes mam, about Napkin folding In table setting

Showing different styles of napkin folding and followed by asking question: 1. Do you have any idea what is our topic for today? Very Good! 2. Where are you usually seen this set-up? 3. Who among you already know how to make this napkin folds?

Napkin folding actually is the art of folding table napkins for neatness and beauty uses.

3 different sizes: small, medium and large.

C. Presentation Today we are going to learn about different styles of napkin folding.

20”x 20” square

Any idea what is napkin folding? Very Good and also A crisp, starched napkin folded in an interesting shape often makes dining more festive. Do you have any idea what are the sizes of table napkin we use? Very Good! It depends upon the uses of table napkin. Example the tea napkin, breakfast table napkin and formal/ Dinner table napkin. Any idea what is the size of table napkin we use in formal dinner? Very good NAPKIN FOLDING STYLES a. Candle b. Pyramid c. Rose bud d. Heart Fold e. Tree Fold f. Diamond g. Envelope Now let’s start with the : 1. Candle ( The teacher demonstrate step by step and students read the instruction and will also follow) Kindly read the steps?

1. Fold napkin in half diagonally. 2. Fold down base 1/3 of the way. 3. Turn napkin over and roll from bottom to top. 4. Tuck corners inside cuff at base of fold and stand. 5. Turn one layer of point down. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Fold napkin in half diagonally. Fold corners to meet top point. Turn napkin over and fold in half. Pick up at centre and stand on base of triangle

1. Fold napkin in half diagonally. 2. Fold corners to meet at top point. 3. Turn napkin over and fold bottom 2/3 way up. 4. Turn napkin around and bring corners together, tucking one into the other. 5. Turn napkin around and stand on base. 6. And set on base. 1. Iron the napkin flat

2. Pyramid

3. Rosebud

4. Heart Fold

2. Fold the napkin in half 3. Fold the napkin in half again 4. Fold the right hand side up vertically. Repeat with the left side.

1. Fold it twice to get a smaller square. 2. Fold up each layer to the top and be sure to leave one inch between each fold. 3. Flip the whole thing over, holding the folds. Fold both sides together and align the top of each panel to form a triangular space at the top of the napkin 4. Flip back the napkin (remember to hold it tight so it doesn’t unfold). 5. Fold the upper layer to the top to form a peak of your tree. Hide lower layers’ tips underneath the upper folds.

5. Tree Fold

6. Diamond

7. Envelope

1. Lay the napkin face-down in front of you. 2. Fold the napkin in half and orient the open end toward you. 3. Fold the napkin into quarters. 4. Fold the top-most layer of the napkin in half diagonally – up and to the left. 5. Fold the next layer of napkin diagonally up to the left, stopping slightly before the last fold to create an even, staggered effect. 6. Repeat by folding up next layer of napkin to a point just before the last one. 7. And one last time with one last layer. Keep them as uniform as you can. 8. Fold both sides of the napkin under and in to create an even, staggered diamond effect on then napkin. 1. Iron the napkin flat. 2. Fold the napkin in half so that the open end is facing away from you. 3. On the right hand side of the napkin, fold both corner edges towards the center to form two triangles. 4. Fold the left side of the napkin over in half to meet the right. 5. Take both triangle layers and fold both over to create the napkin envelope fold.

IV. Generalization: 1. What is Napkin Folding? 2. What size of table napkin use in formal dinner? 3. What are the different styles of napkin folding you’ve learned?

V. Application: Students will practice and perform different kinds of napkin folds as many as they can and only in 2 minutes.

VI. Evaluation: In evaluating your Napkin Folds is guided with the score of the following: Scale: 1 = Needs Improvement 5 = Best

Criteria Number of Napkin Folds Crisp, neat folds Visual appeal Demonstration fold same as display Total Score

VII. Assignment: 1. What is silverware? 2. Give some care of silverware. 3. Cut pictures of silverware.



Scores 3 2


Prepared by: MAY S. BONITA. LPT TLE Applicant