Intro to Agriculture

 

Weekly Lesson Plans

 

Monday Feb. 1

Tuesday Feb. 2

Wednesday Feb. 3

Thursday Feb. 4

Friday Feb. 5

Lesson:

Tool Assignment Presentations

Constructing Your Wood Project.

Nail Box Plans

Nail Box Plans

Pricing your Project, Picking your wood

Pricing your Project, Picking your wood

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***Class Lesson's may vary by Teacher's Discretion and Class Needs.

 

Class Syllabus

Course Description:

Grade Level:

 9-12

Description:

This is an introductory course that presents students with the foundation principals of Sustainable Agriculture, FFA, Careers, CDE, and Woodworking. Students will learn leadership skills, parliamentary procedure, and the possibility of the National Organization.  Each student will be required to fill out an SAE (Supervised Agriculture Experience) record book and compete in a Fall CDE.  Then we will go into learning about methods of agriculture and how it affects the environment.  Learn about where our food comes from and discuss the difference of organic and conventional methods.  The class will spend time on learning about shop safety and how to properly use and identify the equipment for woodworking.  Students will complete a medium sized project made from wood.

**NOTE: It is strongly recommended that you take this class before any other Agriculture Education course.

Supplies: 1 3 ring binder, pencil, pen, and shop clothes (optional) 

 

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