Jacksonville High

CTE Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources OLP

Advanced Animal Science 

 

Tuesday May 26/Wednesday May 27
  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news
  • Click on the March 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Establishing Rapport
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:
1.  What is rapport?
2.  How can we build rapport with someone or a group of people?
3.  Identify a person or group of people in your life that you feel you can build better rapport with.  Describe one step you will take to build rapport with them.
4.  Why is it important that you build rapport with the people you identified above?
Thursday May 28/Friday May 29
  • Click on the December 2018 Leadership on Demand Video: Utilizing Diversity on a Team
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:
1.  List three aspects of diversity that can make a difference in a team's performance.
2.  Why is it important to recognize the aspects of diversity on a team?
3.  Identify one team you are on that can benefit from better utilizing diversity of thought, background, and talent.  Describe what you hope to accomplish with this team.

 

 

Advanced Animal Science  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday May 18/Tuesday May 19  

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news   
  • click on the November 2018 Leadership on Demand Video: Personal Connections  
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:  
  • 1. Describe two practical steps that can lead to a personal connection.   
      
    2. Think back to a time when someone made a personal connection with you at an FFA event. Explain how this made you feel and why you remember that moment.   
      
    3. Whether it’s at an FFA event or at a distance, explain what you will do to build a personal connection with someone. Describe how you want that person to feel and the impression you want to leave on that person. Turn your work into Microsoft Teams  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday May 20/Thursday May 21  

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • Click on the January 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Self Confidence  
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:  
  • 1. What occurs when we focus on failure?  
      
    2. Why is it important to avoid comparison?  
      
    3. What aspects of your life do you not feel confident in and how can you become more confident in those areas?  
      
    4. List one small goal you can confidently develop and grow into larger goals in the future. Explain why this is important to you.   
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams  

Friday May 22  

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point   

 

Advanced Animal Science 

 

Monday May 11/Tuesday May 12 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • click on the January 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Levels of Leadership 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. How many levels of leadership are there? 
     
    2. Describe why each level is important. 
     
    3. Leaders grow more leaders. Explain why this is important and name the level of leadership it corresponds with.  
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Wednesday May 13/Thursday May 14 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news 
  • Click on the  May 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Being Your Best You 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What are three steps we can take to be the best version of ourselves?  
     
    2. Why is it important to practice being the best versions of ourselves?  
     
    3. Describe a time when you were not demonstrating the best version of yourself. Was it easy or hard to fall into this mindset?  
     
    4. Explain two steps you will put into practice to be the best version of yourself. Who are one or two people that can hold you accountable? 
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Friday May 15 

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point  

 

Advanced Animal Science 
 

Monday May 4/Tuesday May 5 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • click on the February 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Leadership on Demand: Adapting to Change 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What does it mean to adapt? 
     
    2. Why is it important that we learn to adapt to change?  
     
    3. Describe a time that forced you to adapt to a sudden change. What steps did you take? What would you have done differently?  
     
    4. How can you use your skills as a leader to guide others in a time of change? 
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Wednesday May 6/Thursday May 7 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news 
  • Click on the  January 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Leadership on Demand: Just Be You 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What are three ways we can be our most authentic selves? 
     
    2. How can we challenge others around us to be the best “you?” 
     
    3. Describe a time when you were not your most authentic self. What challenged you to change?  
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Friday May 8 

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point  

 

Monday April 27/Tuesday April 28 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • click on the December 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Leadership on Demand: Mental Strength 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. Define mental strength.  
     
    2. What are the three ways to strengthen our mental muscles? 
     
    3. Think of events happening in your life and the world around you. Evaluate your level of mental strength and explain one practical step you will take to be mentally strong during this time.  
     
    4. Identify one person you can talk to to help you on your mental strength journey. 
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Wednesday April 29/Thursday April 30 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news 
  • Click on the April 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Leadership on Demand: Adapting to Change: Activating Ambition. 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. Describe what you are passionate about.  
     
    2. Identify one short-term and one long-term goal that aligns with your passion. Your goals should be Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound.  
     
    3. Explain what methods of reflection you will use to reflect upon your progress of these goals. Examples of reflection can be journaling, talking to a mentor, or internal thinking.  
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Friday May 1 

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point  

 

Advanced Animal Science
 

Monday April 20 

  • Read the powerpoint “Balancing a Feed Ration Pearson Square.”  
  • Complete the Worksheet “Balancing Rations using Pearson Square” 
  • Make sure to turn in your work in Microsoft Teams.  I have also included a cheat sheet to help you work the problems this week titled “Pearson Square Feed Balancing Cheat Sheet” 

Tuesday April 21 

  • Begin Working on the Feed Sack Project.   

Wednesday April 22 

  • Continue Working on Feed Sack Project 

Thursday April 23 

  • Continue Working on Feed Sack Project 

Friday April 24 

  • Continue Working on Feed Sack Project.  We will have a zoom meeting 3:00 pm to answer any questions you may have about this week’s assignments. You will receive an email through your school email with information about how to join the meeting.  

 

 

Advanced Animal Science

4/13 – 4/17

 

Monday April 13

Using the PowerPoint “Animal Feed See, Touch, and Do” Complete the following:
·        Read slides 1-13
·        Complete Activity 1 (If you don’t have the exact materials used, improvise – the goal is to get the concept)

Tuesday April 14

Using the PowerPoint “Animal Feed See, Touch, and Do” Complete the following:
·        Read slides 21-31
·        Complete Activity 2 (if you don’t have the exact materials used, improvise – the goal is to get the concept)

Wednesday April 15

Type a half page report over Activity 1 and 2.  What did you learn from the activities? 

Did you change the materials, if so what did you use and did it affect the outcome?

Submit your report in Microsoft Teams

Thursday April 16

Choose a livestock feed and research the feed label.  If you do not have one at home you can research and find a label online to use. Type a report of your findings:

Name of Feed

Active Ingredients

Crude Protein

Crude Fat

Crude Fiber

Calcium

Starch

Sugars

Submit your report in Microsoft Teams

Friday April 17

Choose another livestock feed (needs to be for the same species as previous assignment) and compare it to the other feed.  Type your report and include:

Part 1: Name of Feed (for both)

Active Ingredients (for both)

Crude Protein (for both)

Crude Fat (for both)

Crude Fiber (for both)

Calcium (for both)

Starch (for both)

Sugars (for both)

Part 2: In addition, share which is higher for each:

Crude Protein

Crude Fat

Crude Fiber

Calcium

Part 3: Decide what your target animal would be to feed this feed (for example: laying hens, breeding heifers, market hog) and explain which one you would recommend and why. (This may take research of the feeds to help you decide and explain).

Submit your report in Microsoft Teams

Advanced Animal Science (5th Period)

For this week’s assignments you will use the attached document “Chapter 14 – Feeds and Feeding”.  You will use the document “Feeds and Feeding Questions” to answer questions for the chapter each day.  I have broken it down to a few a day so that it is not as overwhelming.  You can print the document and answer your questions on it, type your answers, or write them on notebook paper. If you have any questions please feel free to send me an email at rachel.robinson@jisd.org.

Monday April 6

Answer Questions 1-10

Tuesday April 7

Answer Questions 11-20

Wednesday April 8

Answer Questions 21-30

Thursday April 9

Answer Questions 31-40

Friday April 10

Answer Questions 41-47

Advanced Animal Science (5th Period) 

For this week’s assignments you will be using the AET website.  The website is www.theaet.com.  This is the same website that we set up your SAE plans in.  Click Student sign in.  

Chapter: TX0407 

Username: The first letter of your first name and your last name (for example mine would be rrobinson) 

Password: Your first name (for example mine would be rachel) 

If you have trouble logging in please feel free to send me an email at rachel.robinson@jisd.org and I will help get you logged in.  Also if you have any questions about the assignments please email me and I will help answer them. 

 

Monday March 30: Once you are logged in click on the Journal tab; then click on time in classroom activities. You will need to enter 10 activities per nine weeks (10 for the first nine weeks, 10 for the second nine weeks, 10 for the third nine weeks – for a total of 30 activities).  Do the best you can to remember dates, they do not have to be exactly when we did it but should be within that nine week time frame. If you are having trouble remembering what we covered each nine weeks here is a refresher 

First nine weeks: SAEs, Animals Science Industry, Scientific Procedures, Lab Safety, Animal Behavior (so an entry would be: discussed the Animal Science Industry) 

Second nine weeks: Animals and Society, Beef Cattle Management Practices, Swine Management Practices, Goat Management Practices, Sheep Management Practices (so an entry would be: discussed animals and society) 

Third nine weeks: Animal and Human Anatomy, Genetics (so an entry would be discussed the digestive system of livestock) 

When typing in an activity for class it should say Horticulture; Unit/Topic – choose one that fits the best as it relates to the activity that you are entering; Activity/Level – choose one that fits the best as it relates to the activity that you are entering; Description/Reflection – type out what you did (for example: transferred tomato seedlings; Time Spent – will be one hour for all activity.  Then click Save/Enter Another until you have completed the assignment.  Make sure to click save for the last activity you enter.  

 

Tuesday March 31: Once you are logged in click on the Journal tab, then click on time in your AET Project/Experiences (SAEs).  You will need to enter a minimum of 10 activities with your SAE project (we are entering the end of the year so you should have time in your SAE that you have completed).  If you haven’t now would be a good time to work on that!  For the date you can use anything between the start of school and now, depending on when you completed the activity.  For time, be reasonable!  It does not take 2 hours to feed an animal.  For description of activity type in what you did.  For example, fed, watered, walked steer.  Click save/enter another until you have completed the assignment.  When you have entered all of you activities click save.   

 

Wednesday April 1: Once you are logged in click on the Journal tab, then click on time in your community service activities. You will need to enter a minimum of 5 activities with your community service.  It can be anything from our Week of Service to mowing the lawn for your neighbor.  Think about how you have helped others!  Enter the date you completed the activity.  For Group that you served, who did it benefit?  It cannot benefit FFA, so if you are using week of service – who was it for?  For Activity/Description, type what you did.  Then put the amount of time you spend on that activity.  Remember to be reasonable!  Click save/enter another until you have completed all of the activities.  When you have finished click save.    

 

Thursday April 2: Once you have logged in click on the Journal tab, then click on time in competition activities.  This is where you will enter any FFA competitions that you have competed in (LDEs, CDEs, speaking, etc.)  Do the best you can to remember the date, it can be fixed later if it isn’t correct.  For activity type what it was (for example, Pineywoods District LDE). For type click on the contest you competed in.  For Level was it District, Area, State, etc? For description/awards enter what you did.  For example, competed in junior chapter conducting.  For time enter how long you spent doing the activity (not how long you were there).  Most competitions are going to be between 1 and 2 hours. Once you have completed all of those click on the journal tab again (make sure you have saved!), then click on time in other FFA activities.  This is where you will enter any camps, conventions, livestock shows, FFA meetings, etc. you have gone to.  Do the best you can to remember the date, it can be fixed later if it isn’t correct.  For activity type what it was (for example: Greenhand Camp).  For type click what type of activity it was.  For level was it district, area, state?  For description/awards type what it was you did.  For time how long did you spend doing the activity?  Be reasonable.   

Today’s assignment does not have a minimum of entries that it needs, it should be what you have done.  However, I do expect it is everything you have done (9th grade  to now).  Some of you will not have anything to add for today’s assignment.  If that is the case, then I want you to go back to profile and make sure that you have updated your profile, recorded your class schedule, updated your resume, and have your project/experience manager (SAE) completely set up.  

 

Friday April 3: Once you have logged in click on the Finance Tab.  Today you will work on entering your finances for your SAE (if that applies to your SAE – these will be entrepreneurship and placement SAEs).  For entrepreneurship SAEs you will enter expenses by clicking on SAE cash entries, then clicking enter cash expense (this is where you will enter the purchase of your project, supplies, feed, etc).  Pay attention to the date, you did not purchase everything at once.  Also Vendor is where you made your purchase.  If you have any income from your project then you can enter it by click on SAE cash entries, then clicking enter case income.  

For placement SAEs, you will click on SAE paycheck and enter your paychecks.   

If you have a foundational SAE, you will not have any expenses or income to enter.  Instead you will need to work in the Journal tab under time in AET project.  Make sure you have FULLY entered ALL activities you have completed with your project.  (Everyone has to have a minimum of 10 from the assignment on Tuesday, however, I expect for you to have more to add since yours is based entirely on time. 

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As we come to a close for the final 3 days of the 2020 school year 

 

All Classes for Mr. Tiner 

 

Day 1- Write down 10 things you got out of the class you were in. 

Day 2- Write down 10 things you wish you would have learned in your class if it wasn’t for Covid-19. 

Day 3- I want you to write this quote down and place it on your desk or bedroom at home “What you do matters!” This is truer than some may think but remember I believe in you and what you do truly does matter.  

 

Have a great summer and be safe! 

 

 

 

 

 

Ag Mech 

Online Lessons 

May 18-22, 2020 

 

 

 

Monday/ 

Tuesday 

 

Instructions:  Attached is a Millennial Farmer Video.  (You know you have missed them)  First Day of Planting 2020.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrReHJ6POXY Watch the video and Write a 3-2-1 (3 Things you learned, 2 Things you found interesting, 1 Question you still have) relating to the video.  Check your school email because I have loaded this into Microsoft Teams…   

 

Assignment:  Watch Video and Write a 3-2-1. 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday/ 

Thursday/ 

Friday 

Instructions: Attached is a Leadership on Demand Video from Texas FFA.  

https://www.texasffa.org/news/Leadership-On-Demand-Building-Relationships Watch the video and answer the thought questions relating to the video. 

 

Assignment: Watch Video and answer the Thought Questions 

 

Have Fun Guys!!! I can’t wait to see what y'all come up with…. See you soon.  – Mr. Tiner 

Assignments for all of Mr. Tiner’s classes for the week of 5/11/20 

 

This week is going to cover some Life skills that we all need to learn. Copy the link into your browser each day. 

 

Monday-Changing a tire   https://www.bridgestonetire.com/tread-and-trend/drivers-ed/how-to-change-a-flat-tire 

Tuesday- practicing tying knots https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X8drKsdf5E 

Wednesday- job interview questions https://www.thebalancecareers.com/teen-job-interview-questions-and-best-answers-2063882  

Thursday- Balancing a checkbook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXsavJrK9Ng  

Friday- filling out a job resume https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79JL8xq0UzY  

 

 

Ag Mech assignment for the week of May 4th 

Monday- write down 10 types of welding rods (ex. 6011) and tell me what each number means in each one. 

Tuesday- discuss in a couple paragraphs what the difference is between ac and dc welders 

Wednesday- briefly discuss the roles of oxygen and acetylene in oxyfuel cutting. 

Thursday- describe the process of starting the torch in preparation to cut 

Friday- describe the cutting process once you have a neutral flame 

If you have any questions please email me at ardy.tiner@jisd.org 

 

Ag Mechanic classes 

April 27th-May 1st   

 

 We are going to explore some career opportunities in welding. write down 10 things from each day about the video. 

 

Day 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsGrAqSB5Cc 

 

Day 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKRYfAnKrIc 

 

Day 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMKwANWawek 

 

Day 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GiYrFyNVUU 

 

Day 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PITgnU0wrS0 

 

email to ardy.tiner@jisd.org  

 

Good Luck! 

Mr. Tiner 

Ag Mechanic classes
April 20th-24th

We are going to explore some career opportunities in welding. write down 10 things from each day about the video. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04WvSY7XloI 2 day lesson (watch 20 minutes per day) 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKPC-SOeX1U 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m1_hlBd0Os 2 day lesson (watch half each day) 

 

email to ardy.tiner@jisd.org  

 

Good Luck! 

Mr. Tiner 

 

Ag Mechanic Classes

April 13th-17th

 

 Go to this link: https://sites.google.com/view/txweld/educational/materials/welding-videos

 

and watch all 3 welding videos for the 1G position. (Divide this up over the course of the week) and write a 1 page summary of what you learned and email to ardy.tiner@jisd.org

 

Good Luck!

Mr. Tiner

Ag Mechanic classes

April 6th-10th

 

Each day you will watch one video about MIG welding. You will write down 10 things you learned from each video and email them to Mr. Tiner.  Ardy.tiner@jisd.org

 

Monday--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v62lm7FGhNc

 

Tuesday--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APNOgsHrN3M

 

Wednesday--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8HZHg7NIk0

 

Thursday--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xod-ByrxHg4

 

Friday--https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vD6ps-VHu_U

 

 

Good Luck!

Mr. Tiner

Ag Mechanic classes 

March 30th-April 3rd 

 

We are ready to move into Mig Welding (gas metal arc welding) 

Since we are unable to work in the shop the next best thing is a virtual app 

Goto   https://welding-game.firebaseapp.com  

You will play this welding game for 20-30 minutes a day and on Friday you will submit your highest score to me by email ardy.tiner@jisd.org with the student name and score. 

The goal of this game is to control your speed and accuracy. 

 

Good Luck! 

Mr. Tiner 

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Ag Facilities classes 

March 30th-April 3rd 

 

We are ready to move into Mig Welding (gas metal arc welding) 

Since we are unable to work in the shop the next best thing is a virtual app 

Goto   https://welding-game.firebaseapp.com  

You will play this welding game for 20-30 minutes a day and on Friday you will submit your highest score to me by email ardy.tiner@jisd.org with the student name and score. 

The goal of this game is to control your speed and accuracy. 

 

Good Luck! 

Mr. Tiner 

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As we come to a close for the final 3 days of the 2020 school year 

 

All Classes for Mr. Tiner 

 

Day 1- Write down 10 things you got out of the class you were in. 

Day 2- Write down 10 things you wish you would have learned in your class if it wasn’t for Covid-19. 

Day 3- I want you to write this quote down and place it on your desk or bedroom at home “What you do matter’s!” This is truer than some may think but remember I believe in you and what you do truly does matter.  

 

Have a great summer and be safe! 

 

 

 

 

 

Equine Science  

Online Lessons 

May 18-22, 2020 

 

 

 

Monday/ 

Tuesday 

 

Instructions:  Attached is a Millennial Farmer Video.  (You know you have missed them)  First Day of Planting 2020.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrReHJ6POXY Watch the video and Write a 3-2-1 (3 Things you learned, 2 Things you found interesting, 1 Question you still have) relating to the video.  Check your school email because I have loaded this into Microsoft Teams…   

 

Assignment:  Watch Video and Write a 3-2-1. 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday/ 

Thursday/ 

Friday 

Instructions: Attached is a Leadership on Demand Video from Texas FFA.  

https://www.texasffa.org/news/Leadership-On-Demand-Building-Relationships Watch the video and answer the thought questions relating to the video. 

 

Assignment: Watch Video and answer the Thought Questions 

 

Have Fun Guys!!! I can’t wait to see what y'all come up with…. See you soon.  – Mr. Tiner 

Assignments for all of Mr. Tiner’s classes for the week of 5/11/20 

 

This week is going to cover some Life skills that we all need to learn. Copy the link into your browser each day. 

 

Monday-Changing a tire   https://www.bridgestonetire.com/tread-and-trend/drivers-ed/how-to-change-a-flat-tire 

Tuesday- practicing tying knots https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3X8drKsdf5E 

Wednesday- job interview questions https://www.thebalancecareers.com/teen-job-interview-questions-and-best-answers-2063882  

Thursday- Balancing a checkbook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXsavJrK9Ng  

Friday- filling out a job resume https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79JL8xq0UzY  

 

 

Equine assignment for the week of May 4th 

Monday- write down 10 breeds of horses 

Tuesday- Friday Draw out a timeline of what horses were used for from early times to current. 

If you have any questions please email me at ardy.tiner@jisd.org 

 

Equine science assignment for the week of April 27th-May 1st     

 

Week long project: 

Research a horse breed association and write a 2 page report about what the breed association does and offers to it members. 

 

 

If you have any questions please email me at ardy.tiner@jisd.org 

 

Equine science assignment for the week of April 20th-24th

This video is 2 hrs long so you are going to watch approx 25 min per day and write 10 interesting things per day  

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAymLwRomPA 

 

 

If you have any questions please email me at ardy.tiner@jisd.org 

 

Equine Science assignment for the week of April 13th-17th  

Week long research project

Monday and Tuesday watch this video and write a 1 page summary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GC8rNJv2dM0

 

Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday watch this video and also write a 1 page summary of problems with horses.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVfK-ZiskRI

 

 

 

If you have any questions please email me at ardy.tiner@jisd.org

Equine Science assignment for the week of April 6th-10th

Week long research project

 

I want you to take the feed companies that we covered in your research project (Purina, Nutrena, Lonestar, and the company of your choice) and choose one of them for this project. Now you will draw out a timeline of a horse’s life and put which feed from that company that you would use along the way. As you do this I want you to tell me why you chose that feed and why you change the feed at a certain age. 

 

For example, you won’t be feeding Equine Senior to a young horse so you will need to evaluate what the horse will be used for and things of that nature.

 

If you have any questions please email me at ardy.tiner@jisd.org

Equine science 

Assignment for the week of March 30th-April 3rd 

Week long research project  

Teacher email:  ardy.tiner@jisd.org

 

This project will be researching feed labels by company for an active adult horse.  

Research these companies: 

  1. Purina 
  1. Nutrena 
  1. Lone star 
  1. (Feed of your choice) 

Compare active ingredients, crude protein, crude fat, crude fiber, calcium, starch and sugars. 

Each student will do a one-page report on their findings with their suggestion of feeds. 

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Floral Design

 

Tuesday May 26/Wednesday May 27
  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news
  • Click on the March 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Establishing Rapport
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:
1.  What is rapport?
2.  How can we build rapport with someone or a group of people?
3.  Identify a person or group of people in your life that you feel you can build better rapport with.  Describe one step you will take to build rapport with them.
4.  Why is it important that you build rapport with the people you identified above?
Thursday May 28/Friday May 29
  • Click on the December 2018 Leadership on Demand Video: Utilizing Diversity on a Team
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:
1.  List three aspects of diversity that can make a difference in a team's performance.
2.  Why is it important to recognize the aspects of diversity on a team?
3.  Identify one team you are on that can benefit from better utilizing diversity of thought, background, and talent.  Describe what you hope to accomplish with this team.

 

 
 

 

 Floral Design

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday May 18/Tuesday May 19  

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news   
  • click on the November 2018 Leadership on Demand Video: Personal Connections  
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:  
  • 1. Describe two practical steps that can lead to a personal connection.   
      
    2. Think back to a time when someone made a personal connection with you at an FFA event. Explain how this made you feel and why you remember that moment.   
      
    3. Whether it’s at an FFA event or at a distance, explain what you will do to build a personal connection with someone. Describe how you want that person to feel and the impression you want to leave on that person. Turn your work into Microsoft Teams  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday May 20/Thursday May 21  

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • Click on the January 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Self Confidence  
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:  
  • 1. What occurs when we focus on failure?  
      
    2. Why is it important to avoid comparison?  
      
    3. What aspects of your life do you not feel confident in and how can you become more confident in those areas?  
      
    4. List one small goal you can confidently develop and grow into larger goals in the future. Explain why this is important to you.   
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams  

Friday May 22  

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point   

 

 

Floral Design 

 

Monday May 11/Tuesday May 12 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • click on the January 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Levels of Leadership 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. How many levels of leadership are there? 
     
    2. Describe why each level is important. 
     
    3. Leaders grow more leaders. Explain why this is important and name the level of leadership it corresponds with.  
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Wednesday May 13/Thursday May 14 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news 
  • Click on the  May 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Being Your Best You 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What are three steps we can take to be the best version of ourselves?  
     
    2. Why is it important to practice being the best versions of ourselves?  
     
    3. Describe a time when you were not demonstrating the best version of yourself. Was it easy or hard to fall into this mindset?  
     
    4. Explain two steps you will put into practice to be the best version of yourself. Who are one or two people that can hold you accountable? 
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Friday May 15 

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point  

 

Floral Design 

 

Monday May 4/Tuesday May 5 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • click on the February 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Leadership on Demand: Adapting to Change 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What does it mean to adapt? 
     
    2. Why is it important that we learn to adapt to change?  
     
    3. Describe a time that forced you to adapt to a sudden change. What steps did you take? What would you have done differently?  
     
    4. How can you use your skills as a leader to guide others in a time of change? 
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Wednesday May 6/Thursday May 7 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news 
  • Click on the  January 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Leadership on Demand: Just Be You 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What are three ways we can be our most authentic selves? 
     
    2. How can we challenge others around us to be the best “you?” 
     
    3. Describe a time when you were not your most authentic self. What challenged you to change?  
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Friday May 8 

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point  

 

Floral Design 

Over the next few weeks you will be working on an activity called Floral Design Bingo. The attached document will guide you through the project. You will complete a total of 10 arrangements (3 per week, with 4 the last week). You will upload your photos into Microsoft teams for grading. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at rachel.robinson@jisd.org

Monday April 27 

Work on Floral Design Bing (begin Week 3 of the Project) 

Tuesday April 28 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Wednesday April 29 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

  • There will be a zoom meeting for 1st and 2nd periods at 3pm.  This meeting will cover any questions you may have on assignments. You will receive an email to your school account with details about the meeting.  

Thursday April 30 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

  • There will be a zoom meeting for 6th, 7th, and 8th periods at 3 pm.  This meeting will cover any questions you may have on assignments.  You will receive and email to your school account with details about the meeting.  

Friday May 1 

Work on Floral Design Bingo (should have arrangements completed) 

 

Floral Design 

Over the next few weeks you will be working on an activity called Floral Design Bingo. The attached document will guide you through the project. You will complete a total of 10 arrangements (3 per week, with 4 the last week). You will upload your photos into Microsoft teams for grading. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at rachel.robinson@jisd.org

 

Monday April 20 

Work on Floral Design Bing (begin Week 2 of the Project) 

Tuesday April 21 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Wednesday April 22 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Thursday April 23 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Friday April 24 

Work on Floral Design Bingo (should have 3 arrangements completed) 

 

Floral Design

 

Over the next few weeks you will be working on an activity called Floral Design Bingo. The attached document will guide you through the project. You will complete a total of 10 arrangements (3 per week, with 4 the last week). You will upload your photos into Microsoft teams for grading. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at rachel.robinson@jisd.org.

Monday April 13

Floral Design Bingo – begin project

Tuesday April 14

Work on Floral Design Bingo

Wednesday April 15

Work on Floral Design Bingo

Thursday April 16

Work on Floral Design Bingo

Friday April 17

Work on Floral Design Bingo (should have 3 arrangements completed)

Floral Design (1st, 2nd, 6th, 7th, and 8th  Periods)

For this week’s assignments you will be using the AET website.  The website is www.theaet.com.  This is the same website that we set up your SAE plans in.  Click Student sign in.

Chapter: TX0407

Username: The first letter of your first name and your last name (for example mine would be rrobinson)

Password: Your first name (for example mine would be rachel)

If you have trouble logging in please feel free to send me an email at rachel.robinson@jisd.org and I will help get you logged in.  Also if you have any questions about the assignments please email me and I will help answer them.

 

Monday April 6: Once you are logged in click on the Journal tab; then click on time in classroom activities. You will need to enter 10 activities per nine weeks (10 for the first nine weeks, 10 for the second nine weeks, 10 for the third nine weeks – for a total of 30 activities).  Do the best you can to remember dates, they do not have to be exactly when we did it but should be within that nine week time frame. If you are having trouble remembering what we covered each nine weeks here is a refresher.

First nine weeks: Homecoming Mums, SAEs, What is Agriculture, What is FFA, How does Floral Relate to Agriculture, Tool ID, Wiring and Taping

Second nine weeks: Principles of Design, Elements of Design, Color, Thanksgiving Arrangement, Christmas Arrangement

Third nine weeks: Make Paper Flowers, Valentine Arrangement, Types of Arrangements, Special Occasions, History of Floral Design

When typing in an activity for class it should say Horticulture; Unit/Topic – choose one that fits the best as it relates to the activity that you are entering; Activity/Level – choose one that fits the best as it relates to the activity that you are entering; Description/Reflection – type out what you did (for example: transferred tomato seedlings; Time Spent – will be one hour for all activity.  Then click Save/Enter Another until you have completed the assignment.  Make sure to click save for the last activity you enter.

 

Tuesday April 7: Once you are logged in click on the Journal tab, then click on time in your AET Project/Experiences (SAEs).  You will need to enter a minimum of 10 activities with your SAE project (we are entering the end of the year so you should have time in your SAE that you have completed).  If you haven’t now would be a good time to work on that!  For the date you can use anything between the start of school and now, depending on when you completed the activity.  For time, be reasonable!  It does not take 2 hours to feed an animal.  For description of activity type in what you did.  For example, fed, watered, walked steer.  Click save/enter another until you have completed the assignment.  When you have entered all of you activities click save. 

 

Wednesday April 8: Once you are logged in click on the Journal tab, then click on time in your community service activities. You will need to enter a minimum of 5 activities with your community service.  It can be anything from our Week of Service to mowing the lawn for your neighbor.  Think about how you have helped others!  Enter the date you completed the activity.  For Group that you served, who did it benefit?  It cannot benefit FFA, so if you are using week of service – who was it for?  For Activity/Description, type what you did.  Then put the amount of time you spend on that activity.  Remember to be reasonable!  Click save/enter another until you have completed all of the activities.  When you have finished click save.  

 

Thursday April 9 Once you have logged in click on the Journal tab, then click on time in competition activities.  This is where you will enter any FFA competitions that you have competed in (LDEs, CDEs, speaking, etc.)  Do the best you can to remember the date, it can be fixed later if it isn’t correct.  For activity type what it was (for example, Pineywoods District LDE). For type click on the contest you competed in.  For Level was it District, Area, State, etc? For description/awards enter what you did.  For example, competed in junior chapter conducting.  For time enter how long you spent doing the activity (not how long you were there).  Most competitions are going to be between 1 and 2 hours. Once you have completed all of those click on the journal tab again (make sure you have saved!), then click on time in other FFA activities.  This is where you will enter any camps, conventions, livestock shows, FFA meetings, etc. you have gone to.  Do the best you can to remember the date, it can be fixed later if it isn’t correct.  For activity type what it was (for example: Greenhand Camp).  For type click what type of activity it was.  For level was it district, area, state?  For description/awards type what it was you did.  For time how long did you spend doing the activity?  Be reasonable. 

Today’s assignment does not have a minimum of entries that it needs, it should be what you have done.  However, I do expect it is everything you have done (9th grade  to now).  Some of you will not have anything to add for today’s assignment.  If that is the case, then I want you to go back to profile and make sure that you have updated your profile, recorded your class schedule, updated your resume, and have your project/experience manager (SAE) completely set up.

 

Friday April 9: Once you have logged in click on the Finance Tab.  Today you will work on entering your finances for your SAE (if that applies to your SAE – these will be entrepreneurship and placement SAEs).  For entrepreneurship SAEs you will enter expenses by clicking on SAE cash entries, then clicking enter cash expense (this is where you will enter the purchase of your project, supplies, feed, etc).  Pay attention to the date, you did not purchase everything at once.  Also Vendor is where you made your purchase.  If you have any income from your project then you can enter it by click on SAE cash entries, then clicking enter case income.

For placement SAEs, you will click on SAE paycheck and enter your paychecks. 

 

If you have a foundational SAE, you will not have any expenses or income to enter.  Instead you will need to work in the Journal tab under time in AET project.  Make sure you have FULLY entered ALL activities you have completed with your project.  (Everyone has to have a minimum of 10 from the assignment on Tuesday, however, I expect for you to have more to add since yours is based entirely on time. 

Floral Design (1st, 2nd, 6th, 7th, and 8th Periods) 

For this week’s assignments you will be working on the study guide for your floral certification knowledge test.  We will plan to take the test as soon as we return to school.  Each day you will take a section of the study guide to prepare.  At the end of the week, you will have a practice test to take over the study guide.  If you have any questions about the assignments please email me at rachel.robinson@jisd.org 

Monday March 30: Study page one (terms: filler – abstract designs).  Make flash cards, highlight words, rewrite terms and definition – whatever you need to do to help remember the information.  

Tuesday March 31: Study page two (terms: vegetative design – focal point).  Make flash cards, highlight words, rewrite terms and definition – whatever you need to do to help remember the information. 

Wednesday April 1: Study page three (terms: primary colors – form).  Make flash cards, highlight words, rewrite terms and definition – whatever you need to do to help remember the information. 

Thursday April 2: Study page four (terms: color – refrigeration of fresh product).  For the identification you need to be able to match the scientific term with the common term (ficus benjamina=weeping fig through dieffenbchia=dumb cane).  For the identify sketches section see the attached document for photos of these plants (they are also in your floral id notes).  Make flash cards, highlight words, rewrite terms and definition – whatever you need to do to help remember the information. 

Friday April 3: Take practice quiz over the study guide.  Do not use your notes to take the quiz, this is a self check for yourself to see what you know!  This will help you know what you need to study further to be prepared for the certification test.  

Use the link below to access the quiz.  You can review terms before you take it.  When you are ready to take the quiz, click on test.  Write down your score, review what you missed, and feel free to retake it until you become comfortable that you can pass the certification exam with a 90%. 

https://quizlet.com/_5sulv8?x=1jqt&i=2rcfba 

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Advanced Floral Design 
 

 

Tuesday May 26/Wednesday May 27
  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news
  • Click on the March 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Establishing Rapport
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:
1.  What is rapport?
2.  How can we build rapport with someone or a group of people?
3.  Identify a person or group of people in your life that you feel you can build better rapport with.  Describe one step you will take to build rapport with them.
4.  Why is it important that you build rapport with the people you identified above?
Thursday May 28/Friday May 29
  • Click on the December 2018 Leadership on Demand Video: Utilizing Diversity on a Team
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:
1.  List three aspects of diversity that can make a difference in a team's performance.
2.  Why is it important to recognize the aspects of diversity on a team?
3.  Identify one team you are on that can benefit from better utilizing diversity of thought, background, and talent.  Describe what you hope to accomplish with this team.

Advanced Floral Design  

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday May 18/Tuesday May 19  

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news   
  • click on the November 2018 Leadership on Demand Video: Personal Connections  
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:  
  • 1. Describe two practical steps that can lead to a personal connection.   
      
    2. Think back to a time when someone made a personal connection with you at an FFA event. Explain how this made you feel and why you remember that moment.   
      
    3. Whether it’s at an FFA event or at a distance, explain what you will do to build a personal connection with someone. Describe how you want that person to feel and the impression you want to leave on that person. Turn your work into Microsoft Teams  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday May 20/Thursday May 21  

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • Click on the January 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Self Confidence  
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions:  
  • 1. What occurs when we focus on failure?  
      
    2. Why is it important to avoid comparison?  
      
    3. What aspects of your life do you not feel confident in and how can you become more confident in those areas?  
      
    4. List one small goal you can confidently develop and grow into larger goals in the future. Explain why this is important to you.   
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams  

Friday May 22  

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point   

 

 

Monday May 18/Tuesday May 19 

 
   
   

 

 

 

 

Advanced Floral Design 

 

Monday May 11/Tuesday May 12 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • click on the January 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Levels of Leadership 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. How many levels of leadership are there? 
     
    2. Describe why each level is important. 
     
    3. Leaders grow more leaders. Explain why this is important and name the level of leadership it corresponds with.  
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Wednesday May 13/Thursday May 14 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news 
  • Click on the  May 2019 Leadership on Demand Video: Being Your Best You 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What are three steps we can take to be the best version of ourselves?  
     
    2. Why is it important to practice being the best versions of ourselves?  
     
    3. Describe a time when you were not demonstrating the best version of yourself. Was it easy or hard to fall into this mindset?  
     
    4. Explain two steps you will put into practice to be the best version of yourself. Who are one or two people that can hold you accountable? 
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Friday May 15 

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point  

 

Advanced Floral Design 

 

Monday May 4/Tuesday May 5 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news  
  • click on the February 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Leadership on Demand: Adapting to Change 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What does it mean to adapt? 
     
    2. Why is it important that we learn to adapt to change?  
     
    3. Describe a time that forced you to adapt to a sudden change. What steps did you take? What would you have done differently?  
     
    4. How can you use your skills as a leader to guide others in a time of change? 
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Wednesday May 6/Thursday May 7 

  • Go to www.texasffa.org/news 
  • Click on the  January 2020 Leadership on Demand Video: Leadership on Demand: Just Be You 
  • Watch the video and answer the following questions: 
  • 1. What are three ways we can be our most authentic selves? 
     
    2. How can we challenge others around us to be the best “you?” 
     
    3. Describe a time when you were not your most authentic self. What challenged you to change?  
  • Turn your work into Microsoft Teams 

Friday May 8 

  • Use today to complete any work you have not finished up to this point  

 

Advanced Floral Design 

Over the next few weeks you will be working on an activity called Floral Design Bingo. The attached document will guide you through the project. You will complete a total of 10 arrangements (3 per week, with 4 the last week). You will upload your photos into Microsoft teams for grading. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at rachel.robinson@jisd.org

Monday April 27 

Work on Floral Design Bingo Project (begin Week 3 of the Project) 

Tuesday April 28 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Wednesday April 29 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Thursday April 30 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

  • There will be a zoom meeting at 3pm.  The meeting will cover any questions you have about assignments. You will receive and email to your school account with details about the meeting. 

Friday May 1 

Work on Floral Design Bingo (should have arrangements completed) 

 

Advanced Floral Design 

Over the next few weeks you will be working on an activity called Floral Design Bingo. The attached document will guide you through the project. You will complete a total of 10 arrangements (3 per week, with 4 the last week). You will upload your photos into Microsoft teams for grading. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at rachel.robinson@jisd.org

 

Monday April 20 

Work on Floral Design Bingo Project (begin Week 2 of the Project) 

Tuesday April 21 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Wednesday April 22 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Thursday April 23 

Work on Floral Design Bingo 

Friday April 24 

Work on Floral Design Bingo (should have 3 arrangements completed)