We all have those areas where we need some (or a lot of) help developing lessons and activities. Coming up with relevant and engaging lessons and activities can be next to impossible when you have so much on your To Do list. Use our All-in-One Lesson Plans to make your day easier.
This lesson is designed for high school Ag classes but can also be used for middle school with minor modifications. The activities are fun and engaging but most importantly, make the information stick.
Each lesson plan includes:
- an explanation of the content and activities
- a slide view page of the PowerPoint
- separate PowerPoint file
- printable worksheets, activity, and review pages
- a quiz/test covering the lesson content
- an Essential Question
- the correlating National Ag Ed Standard
So sit back and relax...well ok, we know you don't relax. At least reduce your stress level and anxiety about what to teach tomorrow or next week. We've got you covered.
*the PDF and .ppt files are all included in a .zip file for download
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