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Steve Lammers
Attached are materials for a Soil Science Unit I taught to 9th Graders.
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Gary E Moore
In this Friday Footnote we conclude our series about various creeds associated with our profession. Today we will look at several of the creeds associated with the Cooperative Extension Service. In the first Footnote of this series we learned of “The Country Boy’s Creed” written by Charles Osgood Grover. This creed was used with corn clubs and was…
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Gary E Moore
Four weeks ago we learned in the early days of the FFA there were two competing creeds. Would you believe there were two creeds for agriculture teachers – sort of? The same person who wrote The Country Boy’s Creed (which was used by the FFA at one time), Edwin Osgood Grover, wrote The Teacher’s Creed in 1902. It is below. In the literature of the…
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Kathryn Simunich
I am teaching Vet Sci...we are on our Hospital Procedures unit and will be doing a simulated castration of pigs. This is where we use balloons, cherry tomatoes, string, etc to simulate the parts then the students use scalpels to 'castrate' their pig. I am looking for a similar lab to do with the students for canine spay. Nothing too… (Show more)
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Raylene Russell
I'm looking to do an intro unit of "blackmithing"/ hot metal work.  Does anyone have some introductory materials on the topic that would be appropriate for an upper level class?  Terminology / concepts and maybe a simple project plan??   Thanks in advance!
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Gary E Moore
If you are on a 4 x 4 block schedule, you might be getting ready to teach a unit on the FFA. When agriculture teachers teach about the FFA Creed we often teach the following facts: The creed was written by E.M. Tiffany and adopted at the Third National FFA Convention. It was revised at the 38th and 63rd Conventions. We then might discuss the…
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Alison McGrew
Attached are all the tools you need to teach ear notching to your students. Geared towards grades 8-10.
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Tyrell Stephens
I was wondering how other teachers weight their classes between shop participation, demonstrated skill, tests, etc. I have some students that excel with welding but don't clean up the shop or work the whole hour. I also have students that can't quite get the skill down but work diligently and clean the shop. I'm hoping to get ideas on how you… (Show more)
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Brent Beley
I just made this for a kid that had a hand injury and can't weld due to stitches. I'll leave this here for anybody that needs it for sub plans or modifications. Wish you all the best. welding ag_welding sub_plans substitute_lesson careers career exploration writing_skills presentation 
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