Hospitality Training: How to Set a Proper Dinner Table #341
How to Set a Dinner Table #341: Challenge | Recap
Do you know the difference between a salad fork and a dessert fork? How can you tell which glass is used for which drink? And where should they be placed on the table?
Whether you're managing restaurants, working in the service industry, or planning a dinner party for friends, you need to know basic table setting rules and etiquette. And that's what this week's challenge is all about!
Simulating Real-World Activities in E-Learning
Table-setting activities are a great way to give learners a chance to try new tasks or processes in a realistic way. They're also an ideal way for course designers to practice building real-world activities.
In this example, learners click each utensil to place it on the table. After placing the utensil, learners drag and drop the item to its correct location.
This activity isn't designed as a regular quiz, so there's no correct or incorrect feedback. Instead, feedback is available in a hint button that lets learners compare their work with an expert's recommendations.
Challenge of the Week
This week, your challenge is to share an interactive example that teaches learners how to set a table.
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Last Week’s Challenge:
Before you set this week's challenge, check out the go-to e-learning interactions your fellow challengers shared over the past week:
Common E-Learning Interactions RECAP #340: Challenge | Recap
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