21 high school lessons for Basic Agriculture Science for a total of 450+ pages and 30 PowerPoints for 180 days of curriculum. Yes, and entire year of lessons, activities, and assessments.
Teachers say our lesson plans are relevant, simple, engaging, and "just-plain-awesome" and they insisted we create ones for high school.
With purchase you get all PDF and PowerPoint files for pacing guides, lecture outlines, teacher instructions, worksheets, student activity pages, Guided Notes, tests, and grading rubrics.
This lesson set includes 21 lessons for an entire year-long course. Follow the included pacing guides or fit the individual lessons into your own curriculum. Units cover the basics of FFA and Leadership Foundations, SAE and Career Skills, Ag and Human Needs, Safety in the Ag Lab, Soil Science, Ag Mechanics, Agriscience, Animal Industry, Forestry, Natural Resource Management, Food Processing, Environmental Science, and Plant Science.
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All lessons and activities are aligned to the Georgia Course Standards but teachers from other states will find them a perfect fit for their Basic Ag classes. (Only a couple of activities are specific to Georgia agriculture and easily modified for other states).
You asked and we listened. So if a printed version to go along with your files of the Basic Ag All-In-One Lesson Plans is what you have been missing, we got you covered.
At almost 475 pages, this hard copy is big and it is three-hole punched so your pages will stay in order and not get lost.
21 high school lessons for Basic Agriculture Science for a total of 450+ pages and 30 PowerPoints for 180 days of curriculum. Yes, and entire year of lessons, activities, and assessments. Teachers say our lesson plans are relevant, simple, engaging, and "just-plain-awesome" and they insisted...
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