Paulo pedrozo and luciana ellers framing and reframing
FRAMING AND REFRAMING
This week's project is a team challenge.
Your challenge is to look at BREAD in a new way.
Create as much "value" as possible starting with
ONE LOAF OF BREAD.
You can use any type of bread you like, and measure value in any way you want.
Use this as an opportunity to be creative!
What will you do with one loaf of bread?
Submit a presentation or a video. Details about formats are on the Assignment Submissions page.
Have fun! Be creative!
This is a team assignment that requires you to submit a report. The assignment was posted on November 01, 2012 and
isdue on November 07, 2012, 11:59 pm PST.
You have to submit your report for it to be considered. You can edit your submitted work before the deadline.
This assignment requires peer evaluation. Peer evaluation for this assignment begins on November 07, 2012 11:59 pm
PST, and ends on November 13, 2012 11:59pm PST.
The deadline for this assignment is hard. You can not edit or submit your work after the deadline.
You are also asked to evaluate the contribution of your teammates to the project.
A Crash Course on Creativity
Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University
Students: Paulo Pedrozo and Luciana Eller
I - INTRODUCTION
To accomplish the task called "Framing and Reframing?", the students students will
seek to create the much "value" as possible starting with one loaf of bread.
The students will start from the question "What would you do with a loaf of bread?"
This presentation will be prepared in the form of a Word document, saved as PDF and
uploaded to SlideShare.
This time, we chose to insert the pictures directly in the text, which was then
transformed into PDF.
Finally, the link to the student's submission will be posted on the Assignment
submission page, so that everyone can see it.
As will be seen in the course of this presentation, the students will transcribe texts on
bread (with appropriate source references), associating them with photographs, in order
to "create value" as possible for people who view the presentation.
3. II – DEVELOPMENT
"What would you do with a loaf of bread?"
Of course you can start your day with a nice slice of bread in your breakfast.
You can eat a piece with olive oil ...
And another piece with honey.
4. You can eat the bread toasted or not.
If you want to roast it, need a toaster.
5. If the bread is not already sliced, you'll need a proper knife to slice it.
6. Here you can see the toast ready, next to the bread which was extracted the slice.
And here, the bakery where the bread was purchased.
Did not you want to eat a slice?
How about seeing what some books and Internet sources speak about bread?
9. Wheat Bread
"The Breads and the Health
The emphasis is often on complex carbohydrates as an integral part of a healthy diet, and this is a
factor that encourages us to eat wide variety of cereals, breads and pasta. In addition to being large
energy source, they provide us vitamins, minerals and fibers.
When making bread, as in all other areas of cooking, it is important to work with the best and freshest
ingredients you can find. In several regions of the country, you can find organic flours, some grinding
site. Regarding the flavor and freshness, it is worth researching the availability of these flours. Look at
health food stores.
(...) The simpler the better bread for you. Obviously, no fat breads are healthier. It is important
however, to note that even the simplest of bread, if eaten with butter and jam, loses some of these
qualities. The well-made bread tastes delicious and is even served au naturel. A good example is the
Most breads contain some fat: a little milk, olive oil or vegetable oil. Others are made with much
butter and eggs, such as brioches. There is enough space for all these breads in a healthy diet. Choose
them wisely. Moderation, as always, is the key.
Remember that one does not live by bread alone. The bread and their dietary value are not alone.
Consider the meal as a whole. Look for balance: enjoy bread, but also fruits, vegetables and all other
sources of protein for healthy eating. "( Willan, Anne. Illustrated Cookery: Step by Step: breads, cakes
and pies. São Paulo, Publifolha, 1999, p. 125)
This book is about that subject:
10. Source: <http://www.amazon.com/Bread-Machine-Baking-Better-Health/dp/0761514422> Accessed
About the historical relationship between bread and soup we can read the following:
"Historically, soups, broths and minestras present you the kitchen with that unmistakable scent of
home, family. On cold nights, absolute reign. (…) As the bread, his most faithful companion, soups
keep an old fascination and evoke nostalgic images of a time when life was simpler. Filled that pot,
steaming for long hours could produce rich aromas and flavors of the ingredients even poorer. who
could resist dipping a piece of bread into such temptation?
Etymologically, the word soup comes from the Gothic suppa, meaning 'piece of dipped bread'. The
same root is found in several other European languages (…). The history of soup can be told by the
origin of the name and leads us to the Middle Ages, when the bread was also a function of plate. On
that basis, which at the time was a kind of grains foccacia, were cut meats, fish, cheeses and all the
other delicacies on the menu.
The bread, the most basic food of that time, was part of the meal. Wheat was a precious commodity
and tasted only by wealthy families, while the needy were less valued with cereals and chestnuts,
which, when mashed with water, gave life to a firm and dark bread. In the Bible, the prophet Ezekiel is
commanded: 'Take wheat, barley, beans, lentils and beans and makes the bread …' "(The great
kitchen: soups and broths. São Paulo, April, 2007, pg. 12-13)
Source: <http://www.personal.psu.edu/jnw5058/AboutUs.htm > Accessed on 10.7.2012.
11. III – CONCLUSION
To accomplish the task called "Framing and Reframing?", the students students sought to create the
much "value" as possible starting with one loaf of bread.
The students started from the question "What would you do with a loaf of bread?"
This presentation was prepared in the form of a Word document, saved as PDF and uploaded to
This time, we choose to insert the pictures directly in the text, which was then transformed into PDF.
Finally, the link to the student's submission will be posted on the Assignment submission page, so that
everyone can see it.
As was seen in the course of this presentation, the students transcribed texts on bread (with appropriate
source references), associating them with photographs, in order to "create value" as possible for people
who view the presentation.
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