Remy Cooks Linguini's Soup
00:00 - 02:54
2m 54s

Linguini catches Remy cooking a soup that he had started and traps Remy in a collander. Chef Skinner runs in to ask about the soup and is frustrated to learn that Linguini, a garbage boy, is cooking in the kitchen and proceeds to scolds him. The soup, not tasted by Linguini or the chef, is taken by another staff member to a food critic, to the concern of everyone in the kitchen. This is a great clip to demonstrate the importance of formative and summative assessment and the use of each type of assessment in daily life.


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