Tammy Lam’s Profile

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Tammy Lam
Academic interests

Foreign Languages

My Courses

Genre-based Writing for the 21 Century Multilingual Students

Genre-based Writing for the 21 Century Multilingual Students

This Academic ESL writing course is designed to engage students on many levels: from composing to civics and multi-modalities of learning in multilingual classrooms. Students read articles that reflect the latest discourse in urban America and they blog their responses, views and reactions. Topics include contemporary issues in sustainability, urban farming, roof-top gardens, health and financial issues, as well as community activism. Projects include web research, shared reading/writing with the paired reading class, presentations, surveys and outside civic related initiatives, interviews and visits.

HMGT4965IntlCuisineFALL2016

HMGT4965IntlCuisineFALL2016

Course Description Building upon the foundation of previous culinary courses, students will gain a general understanding of international cuisines by exploring traditional and indigenous ingredients, flavor components and cooking techniques. Application of classical and contemporary cooking techniques, creative menu planning, plate design, cultural research, proper sanitation techniques and nutritional analysis of menus.

HMGT 3502

HMGT 3502

Multi Semester: This is an online repository for HMGT 3502 and is intended to span beyond a single semester. Any student is welcome to join, participate, etc. Goal One: To help students who have completed 10 weeks of the course to self evaluate their academic performance to gain an introspective understanding of the impact of their diligence, time management, organizational skills, research skills, and other academic abilities on their learning outcomes for HMGT 3502. Goal Two: To help students entering HMGT 3502 learn from the real world experience of their peers, by reading comments, helpful suggestions, warnings, tricks, tips and “hacks” created by their peers.

HMGT4967CULIMPROV2017

HMGT4967CULIMPROV2017

Principles and practice of identification, comparison, and evaluation of selected foods, ingredients, techniques, and equipment for recipe formulation, menu planning, and preparation. Examination of current trends in the culinary arts field including the use of local seasonal products and the application of scientific techniques to experiment with food preparation. Emphasis on creatively synthesizing food science, visual arts, flavor nuances, management and performance.

ENG 2400 Films from Literature, FALL 2015, section D550

ENG 2400 Films from Literature, FALL 2015, section D550

http://websupport1.citytech.cuny.edu/Faculty/fmasiello/index.htm D550 Fridays 11:30 – 2:00 This course will allow students to examine the relationship between film and their literary sources. Through classroom discussions and out-of-class assignments, students will analyze classic and contemporary literary texts and their cinematic versions. Students will examine the relationship between film and literature, with specific focus on the techniques used in fiction, drama and film and the influences of censorship and society. Students will focus on the similarities and differences of literary works adapted into films.

My Projects

HOSPITALITY GARDEN

HOSPITALITY GARDEN

The Garden is a project that teaches students and faculty about the excitement and nuance of growing flowers and vegetables for the Culinary and Pastry labs at NYC College of Technology. We encourage involvement and volunteers from all departments at the college.

My Clubs

Hospitality Garden Club

Hospitality Garden Club

The Garden is a project that teaches students and faculty about the excitement and nuance of growing flowers and vegetables for the Culinary and Pastry labs at NYC College of Technology. We encourage involvement and volunteers from all departments at the college