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Course Outline: Principles of Agricultural Science & Technology

CD: AgriScience
Lesson Number and Title Content Core Skill Process Content Standard(s) Statement(s) Standard(s) UNIT A. AGRICULTURAL LITERACY
PA-OC3 PA-EA7 PA-OC3

LC: A1-1 LC: A1-2 LC: A2-1

LC: A2-2

LC: A2-3

LC: A5-1

Problem Area 1. Identifying Careers in Agriculture/Horticulture PL-H-4.1.2, PLDetermining the Nature of the Agriculture/Horticulture H-4.1.4, SS-HPLS.2 Industry 4.1.3 Selecting an Agriculture/Horticulture Occupation AGS.8 Problem Area 2. Recognizing the Role of Agriculture in Society SS-M-5.1.3, Determining the History of Agriculture AAS.1, AGE.2 SS-M-5.2.4 MA-H-1.1.1, MA-H-1.1.2, MA-H-1.2.2, MA-H-1.2.5, MA-H-1.3.2, MA-H-1.3.3, MA-H-1.3.4, MA-H-3.2.1, MA-H-3.2.3, MA-H-3.2.4, MA-H-3.2.5, Understanding the Importance of Agriculture to Society AGE.9, APS.2 PL-H-4.1.2, PLH-4.1.4, SC-H3.2.3, SC-H3.4.1, SC-H3.6.3, SS-H3.1.1, SS-H3.1.3, SS-H4.1.3, SS-H4.3.1, SS-H4.3.2, SS-H4.4.1, SS-H5.1.3 SS-M-2.3.1, SS-M-2.4.1, Determining Trends in Agriculture AGE.9 SS-M-2.4.2 Problem Area 5. Describing the World Food and Fiber System MA-H-3.1.1, MA-H-3.2.1, MA-H-3.2.3, MA-H-3.2.4, MA-H-3.2.5, MA-H-3.2.6, Understanding World Agricultural Production AAS.2 MA-H-3.3.1, MA-H-3.3.3, MA-H-3.3.4, SC-H-3.4.1, SC-H-3.5.3,

PA-OC3

PA-OC3

PA-OC3

SC-H-3.5.4, SC-H-3.6.1, SC-H-3.6.3, SS-H-3.1.1, SS-H-3.3.1, SS-H-3.4.4, SS-H-4.1.3, SS-H-4.3.1, SS-H-4.4.1, SS-H-5.1.3 Determining the Use of Technology in World Food and SS-H-2.2.1, LC: A5-2 AEM.1 PA-OC1 Fiber Production SS-H-3.4.2 Problem Area 6. Determining the Role of Research and Development in Agriculture/Horticulture LC: A6-1 Understanding Agriscience and Technology SC-H-2.1.1 PA-OL3

UNIT C. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF AGRICULTURAL/HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE
LC: C5-1 Problem Area 5. Identifying Basic Principles in Animal Science SC-H-3.1.5, PA-OA4, PAIdentifying Differences Between Plants and Animals PLS.9, PLS.9 SC-H-3.6.1, OB1, PA-OB6 SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.5.2, SC-H-3.6.1, Determining the Anatomy and Physiology of Animals ANS.5, ANS.5 PA-OI1, PA-OL4 SC-H-3.6.2, SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.2.3, ANS.6, ANS.6, SC-H-3.4.1, ANT.2, ANT.2, SC-H-3.4.3, ANT.5, PAT.5, Understanding Animal Reproduction PA-OA4 SC-H-3.5.3, PAT.5, SMT.5, SC-H-3.6.1, SMT.5 SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.2.3, Understanding Blood PAT.5, PAT.5 SC-H-3.6.1, PA-OA2 SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.2.3, Understanding Animal Life Span PAT.5, PAT.5 SC-H-3.6.1, PA-OA2 SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.2.3, Exploring the Animal Industry PAT.5, PAT.5 SC-H-3.6.1, PA-OI1 SC-H-3.6.3

LC: C5-2

LC: C5-3

LC: C5-4

LC: C5-5

LC: C5-6

CD: Animal, Plant, and Soil Science
Lesson Number and Title Content Core Skill Process Content Standard(s) Statement(s) Standard(s) UNIT B. ANIMAL SCIENCE AND THE INDUSTRY

Problem Area 1. Understanding the Animal Science Industry Identifying Career Opportunities in the Animal Science PL-H-4.2.3, LC: B1-3 AGB.7, ANS.3 PA-OH6 Industry SS-H-5.3.3 Problem Area 2. Identifying and Understanding the Segments of the Animal Science Industry PL-H-3.1.2, AAS.11, ANS.4, SC-H-3.2.3, ANT.8, ANT.9, LC: B2-1 Exploring the Beef Industry PA-OI1 SC-H-3.4.1, ANT.9, ANT.9, SC-H-3.4.2, FDT.7 SC-H-3.4.3,

LC: B2-2

LC: B2-3

LC: B2-4

LC: B2-5

LC: B2-6

LC: B4-2 LC: B4-3

SC-H-3.5.2, SC-H-3.6.1, SC-H-3.6.2, SC-H-3.6.3, SS-H-3.3.2 PL-H-3.1.2, SC-H-3.2.3, SC-H-3.4.1, SC-H-3.4.2, AAS.11, ANT.8, SC-H-3.4.3, Exploring the Dairy Industry ANT.9, FDT.9 SC-H-3.5.2, SC-H-3.6.1, SC-H-3.6.2, SC-H-3.6.3, SS-H-3.3.2 PL-H-3.1.2, SC-H-3.5.2, AAS.11, ANS.4, SC-H-3.6.1, Exploring the Swine Industry FDT.7 SC-H-3.6.2, SC-H-3.6.3, SS-H-3.3.2 SC-H-3.5.2, SC-H-3.6.1, Exploring the Sheep and Goat Industry AAS.11, ANS.4 SC-H-3.6.2, SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.4.3, Exploring the Equine Industry EQS.7 SS-H-4.4.1 PL-H-3.1.2, SC-H-3.2.3, AAS.11, ANT.8, SC-H-3.4.1, Exploring the Poultry Industry ANT.9, FDT.8 SC-H-3.4.2, SC-H-3.4.3, SS-H-3.3.2 Problem Area 4. Understanding the Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology AGB.2, AGB.3, Understanding Natural Animal Reproduction SC-H-3.2.3 ANS.6 AGB.2, AGB.3, Understanding Animal Reproduction Technology SC-H-3.2.3 ANS.6 Problem Area 5. Maintaining Animal Health ANS.8 SC-H-3.3.1

PA-OI1

PA-OI1

PA-OI1

PA-OI1

PA-OI1

PA-OA4 PA-OA4 PA-OH1, PAOH2, PA-OH3 PA-OA2 PA-OA2

LC: B5-1 Managing Diseases and Parasites

LC: B5-2 Managing Animal Health ANS.8 SC-H-3.3.1 Identifying Equipment Used to Maintain Good Animal LC: B5-3 ANS.8 SC-H-3.3.1 Health Problem Area 6. Meeting Environmental Requirements of Animals MA-H-2.2.2, MA-H-2.2.3, MA-H-2.2.4, MA-H-2.2.6, LC: B6-1 Determining Livestock Facility Needs ANS.10, ANT.3 MA-H-2.3.1, PL-H-1.1.2, SC-H-3.5.4, SS-H-2.4.2 PL-H-1.1.2, LC: B6-2 Managing Livestock Waste ANS.10 SC-H-3.5.4,

PA-OM1

PA-OI1

LC: B6-3 Understanding Animal Welfare Issues

SMT.2

SS-H-2.4.2 MA-H-2.2.3, SS-H-2.2.1

PA-EB3

UNIT C. PLANT AND SOIL SCIENCE
Problem Area 1. Career Opportunities in Plant and Soil Science PL-H-4.1.3, PLH-4.1.4, SS-H4.1.3, SS-HRecognizing the Importance of Plant and Soil Science CPT.2, PLS.2 4.3.1, SS-H4.3.2, SS-H4.4.1, SS-H5.1.3 PL-H-4.1.1, PLH-4.1.3, PL-H4.1.4, PL-HAGB.7, CPT.1, 4.4.1, PL-HExploring Careers in Plant and Soil Science PAT.4 4.4.2, SC-H3.6.1, SC-H3.6.3 Problem Area 2. Basic Principles of Plant Science AGB.3, AGB.4, Classifying and Naming Plants SC-H-3.4.3 APS.1 SC-H-3.2.3, AGB.3, AGB.4, Examining Plant Structures and Functions SC-H-3.6.1, PAT.4 SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.4.1, Examining Flowers and Fruits AGB.3, APS.3 SC-H-3.4.2 SC-H-3.4.3, Identifying Plant Types and Uses AGB.3, PAT.4 SC-H-3.6.1, SC-H-3.6.3 Problem Area 3. Seed Germination, Growth, and Development Identifying Seed Germination Processes and SC-H-3.6.1, AGB.3, PLS.8 Requirements SC-H-3.6.3 AGB.1, AGB.3, SC-H-3.4.1, Understanding Plant Life Cycles APS.8 SC-H-3.4.2 SC-H-3.1.5, AGB.1, AGB.3, SC-H-3.6.1, Examining Photosynthesis PLS.8 SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.1.5, Understanding Respiration AGB.1, PLS.8 SC-H-3.6.1, SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.6.1, Determining Nutrient Functions and Utilization PLS.7 SC-H-3.6.3 Problem Area 4. Environmental Factors Effecting Plant Growth SC-H-3.4.1, AGB.3, AGS.1, Understanding the Importance of Water in Plant Growth SC-H-3.5.3, CPT.5 SC-H-3.6.1 SC-H-3.4.1, AGB.3, AGS.1, SC-H-3.4.2, Determining the Influence of Temperature on Plants SC-H-3.5.3, APS.5 SC-H-3.6.1 SC-H-3.4.1, AGB.3, AGS.1, SC-H-3.4.2, Recognizing the Role of Light in Plant Growth APS.5 SC-H-3.5.3,

LC: C1-1

PA-OI2

LC: C1-2

PA-EA7

LC: C2-1 LC: C2-2 LC: C2-3 LC: C2-4

PA-OL1 PA-OL1 PA-OL1 PA-OL1

LC: C3-1 LC: C3-2 LC: C3-3

PA-OB6 PA-OB6 PA-OB6

LC: C3-4 LC: C3-6

PA-OB6 HC-OD2, PAOB6 HC-OD2, PAOB6 HC-OD2, PAOB6 HC-OD2, PAOB6

LC: C4-1

LC: C4-2

LC: C4-3

LC: C4-4 Examining the Significance of Air in Plant Growth

AGB.3, AGS.1, APS.5 AGB.3, PLS.7 AGB.3, CPT.4, CPT.5

LC: C4-5 Determining Plant Nutrients and Fertility Determining the Environmental Impacts of Crop Production

LC: C4-6

SC-H-3.6.1 SC-H-3.4.1, SC-H-3.4.2, SC-H-3.5.3, SC-H-3.6.1 SC-H-3.6.1, SC-H-3.6.3 SC-H-3.5.3, SS-H-4.3.1, SS-H-4.3.2, SS-H-4.4.1 SC-H-3.4.1, SC-H-3.5.3, SC-H-3.6.1 SC-H-3.4.1, SC-H-3.5.3, SC-H-3.6.1 SC-H-3.4.1, SC-H-3.5.3, SC-H-3.6.1 SC-H-3.4.1, SC-H-3.5.3, SC-H-3.6.1 SC-H-3.4.3 SC-H-3.4.3 SC-H-3.4.3 SC-H-3.4.3

HC-OD2, PAOB6 HC-OD2, PAOB6 HC-OD2, PAOB6

Problem Area 9. Agronomic Crops LC: C9-1 Growing Field Corn CPT.6 PA-OB3, PA-OI2

LC: C9-2 Growing Soybeans

CPT.6

PA-OB3, PA-OI2

LC: C9-3 Growing Wheat

CPT.7

PA-OB3, PA-OI2

LC: C9-6 Growing Forage Crops

CPT.8 Problem Area 10. Integrated Pest Management

PA-OB3, PA-OI2

LC: C10-1 Understanding Integrated Pest Management (IPM) LC: C10-4 Managing Weeds LC: C10-5 Managing Insect Pests LC: C11-1 Managing Plant Pests

APS.11 APS.11 APS.11

PA-OH1, PAOH2, PA-OH3 PA-OH1, PAOH2, PA-OH3 PA-OH1, PAOH2, PA-OH3 PA-OH1

Problem Area 11. Pesticide Use APS.11

UNIT D. EMPLOYABILITY IN THE AGRICULTURE INDUSTRY
LC: D2-1 LC: D2-2 LC: D2-3 LC: D2-4 Problem Area 2. Developing Communication Skills Introduction to Communication Understanding Effective Communication Techniques Identifying Effective Speaking Techniques Developing Listening Techniques

UNIT E. DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SKILLS IN AGRICULTURE
Problem Area 1. Understanding the History and Organization of FFA LC: E1-1 Exploring the History and Organization of FFA Problem Area 2. Recognizing Opportunities in FFA LC: E2-1 Discovering Opportunities in the FFA LC: E2-2 Determining FFA Degrees, Awards, and CDEs Problem Area 3. Developing Leadership Skills LC: E3-1 Understanding FFA Officer Duties and Responsibilities LC: E3-2 Planning and Organizing an FFA Meeting Problem Area 4. Participating in Community and Government Organizations LC: E4-1 Understanding Youth Clubs and Organizations

UNIT F. SUPERVISED EXPERIENCE IN AGRICULTURE
Problem Area 1. Determining Purposes and Procedures of SAE LC: F1-1 Determining the Benefits of an SAE

LC: F1-2 Determining the Kinds of SAE Problem Area 2. Planning and Developing SAE Programs LC: F2-1 Researching Possible SAE Programs LC: F2-2 Planning Your SAE Program LC: F2-3 Implementing SAE Programs Problem Area 3. Expanding My SAE LC: F3-1 Keeping and Using SAE Records LC: F3-2 Making Long Range Plans for Expanding SAE Programs

CD: Agricultural Mechanics & Technology
Content Core Skill Lesson Number and Title Process Content Standard(s) Statement(s) Standard(s) UNIT A. MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGY
LC: A1-1 LC: A1-2 Problem Area 1. Introduction to Agricultural Mechanics and Technology Systems PL-H-4.3.1, PLIdentifying Basic Areas of Agricultural Mechanization PAT.6 PA-OC3 H-4.3.2 Identifying Hazards in Agricultural Mechanics SPE.5 PA-OJ3 PL-H-4.3.1, PLH-4.3.2, PL-HPA-OL3, PAUsing Personal Safety in Agricultural Mechanics ACS.2, PAT.6 4.4.1, PL-HOM3 4.4.2, SC-H1.2.4 Recognizing the Impact of Technological Advances in PL-H-4.3.1, PLPAT.6 PA-OC1 Agricultural Mechanics H-4.3.2 PL-H-4.1.1, PLH-4.1.3, PL-HDescribing Basic Physical Science Laws Applied in 4.1.4, PL-HASD.6 Agricultural Mechanics 4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2 PL-H-4.3.1, PLH-4.3.2, SS-HExploring Careers in Agricultural Mechanics and ACS.11, PAT.6 4.3.3, SS-HPA-EA7 Technology Systems 4.4.1, SS-H5.1.3 Problem Area 3. Construction Systems MA-H-1.2.1, MA-H-1.2.2, MA-H-1.3.4, MA-H-2.1.1, MA-H-2.1.2, MA-H-2.1.3, MA-H-2.2.3, Planning and Designing Projects ACS.10 PA-OM2 MA-H-2.2.4, MA-H-2.2.6, MA-H-2.2.7, MA-H-2.3.1, MA-H-2.3.2, MA-H-2.3.4, SC-H-1.2.4, SC-H-1.5.4 PL-H-3.1.1, PL- PA-OL3, PAUsing Hand Tools ACS.2, AGE.8 H-4.3.1, PL-HOM3

LC: A1-3

LC: A1-4

LC: A1-5

LC: A1-7

LC: A3-1

LC: A3-2

LC: A3-4

LC: A3-7

LC: A3-8

LC: A3-13

LC: A3-14

4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.4, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-HPA-OL3, PACaring for and Reconditioning Construction Tools ACS.2, ACS.3 4.4.2, SC-HOM3 1.2.4, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-HPA-OL3, PAUsing Construction Fasteners and Hardware ACS.2 4.4.2, SC-HOM3 1.2.4, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-HPA-OL3, PA4.4.2, SC-HSelecting Lumber ACS.2 OM3 1.2.4, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6 MA-H-1.2.1, MA-H-1.2.2, MA-H-1.3.4, MA-H-2.1.1, MA-H-2.1.2, MA-H-2.1.3, MA-H-2.2.3, Preparing Surfaces and Selecting Paints/Preservatives ACS.9 PA-OM1 MA-H-2.2.4, MA-H-2.2.6, MA-H-2.2.7, MA-H-2.3.1, MA-H-2.3.2, MA-H-2.3.4, SC-H-1.2.5 MA-H-1.2.1, MA-H-1.2.2, MA-H-1.3.4, MA-H-2.1.1, MA-H-2.1.2, MA-H-2.1.3, MA-H-2.2.3, Selecting Applicators and Applying Finishes ACS.9 PA-OM1 MA-H-2.2.4, MA-H-2.2.6, MA-H-2.2.7, MA-H-2.3.1, MA-H-2.3.2, MA-H-2.3.4, SC-H-1.2.5 Problem Area 5. Metal Fabrication

LC: A5-1 Identifying Metals and Their Physical Properties

ACS.4

LC: A5-5 Using Metal Cutting Processes and Techniques

ACS.5

LC: A5-6 Applying Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) Techniques

ACS.4

PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.1, SC-H1.2.3, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6, SC-H1.4.3, SC-H1.5.3 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.1, SC-H1.2.3, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6, SC-H1.4.3, SC-H1.5.3 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.1, SC-H1.2.3, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6, SC-H1.4.3, SC-H1.5.3

PA-OM1

PA-OM1

PA-OM1

CD: Kentucky
Content Core Skill Lesson Number and Title Process Content Standard(s) Statement(s) Standard(s) UNIT APB. ADDL ANIMAL SCIENCE LESSONS
Problem Area 11. Poultry Production LC: APB11-1 Understanding Poultry Production and Management

UNIT ASC. KENTUCKY AGRICULTURE
Problem Area 12. Kentucky Production Alternatives LC: ASC12Greenhouse Crops 5 LC: ASC12Goat Production 12

Content Process Statements Lookup Table: Course AAS Advanced Course Description Description - A freshman-level college course which introduces students to a survey of genetics, Content Process Statement AAS.1 - Explain the domestication of livestock

Animal Science

reproductive physiology, growth and development, nutrition and digestive physiology, anatomy, meat science, animal classification, current issues and overviews of the dairy, poultry, equine, beef, sheep, swine, and aquaculture industries. Opportunity is provided for students to earn three (3) hours of introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program.

species and the subsequent impacts of human actions on these animal species

Description - A freshman-level college course which introduces students to a survey of genetics, reproductive physiology, growth and development, nutrition and digestive physiology, anatomy, meat science, animal classification, current issues and AAS overviews of the dairy, poultry, equine, beef, sheep, Advanced swine, and aquaculture industries. Opportunity is Animal provided for students to earn three (3) hours of Science introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program.

AAS.2 - Describe the national and international livestock industries including major producers, trends over time, economic importance, contributions to humanity and essential components

Description - A freshman-level college course which introduces students to a survey of genetics, reproductive physiology, growth and development, AAS.11 - Differentiate among nutrition and digestive physiology, anatomy, meat the beef, dairy, swine, sheep, science, animal classification, current issues and equine, poultry and aquaculture AAS overviews of the dairy, poultry, equine, beef, sheep, industries including Advanced swine, and aquaculture industries. Opportunity is management practices, Animal provided for students to earn three (3) hours of production systems, end Science introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced products and major regions of by utilizing appropriate computer applications. production in the U.S. and the Leadership development will be provided through world FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program. Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain agricultural structures and equipment. ACS Develops basic skills such as: tool identification, ACS.2 - demonstrate safe Agriculture interpreting plans, calculating a bill of materials, usage of hand woodworking and Construction electrification, carpentry, welding, metal fabrication, metal working tools Skills plumbing, and masonry. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each

student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits offered on a two-hour basis provided that instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience, project construction, and in-depth skill development. Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain agricultural structures and equipment. Develops basic skills such as: tool identification, interpreting plans, calculating a bill of materials, electrification, carpentry, welding, metal fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be enhanced ACS ACS.3 - demonstrate safe Agriculture with appropriate computer applications. Leadership usage of portable and stationary Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each power machines student will be expected to have a supervised Skills agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits offered on a two-hour basis provided that instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience, project construction, and in-depth skill development. Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain agricultural structures and equipment. Develops basic skills such as: tool identification, interpreting plans, calculating a bill of materials, electrification, carpentry, welding, metal fabrication, ACS plumbing, and masonry. Content may be enhanced ACS.4 - employ safe usage of Agriculture with appropriate computer applications. Leadership electric arc welding techniques Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each and machines Skills student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits offered on a two-hour basis provided that instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience, project construction, and in-depth skill development. Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain agricultural structures and equipment. Develops basic skills such as: tool identification, interpreting plans, calculating a bill of materials, ACS electrification, carpentry, welding, metal fabrication, Agriculture plumbing, and masonry. Content may be enhanced Construction with appropriate computer applications. Leadership Skills development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits offered on a two-hour basis

ACS.5 - employ safe usage of gas heating, cutting, welding, and brazing techniques and equipment

provided that instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience, project construction, and in-depth skill development. Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain agricultural structures and equipment. Develops basic skills such as: tool identification, interpreting plans, calculating a bill of materials, electrification, carpentry, welding, metal fabrication, ACS plumbing, and masonry. Content may be enhanced Agriculture with appropriate computer applications. Leadership Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each Skills student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits offered on a two-hour basis provided that instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience, project construction, and in-depth skill development.

ACS.9 - select proper painting materials and tools

Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain agricultural structures and equipment. Develops basic skills such as: tool identification, interpreting plans, calculating a bill of materials, electrification, carpentry, welding, metal fabrication, ACS plumbing, and masonry. Content may be enhanced ACS.10 - develop project plans Agriculture with appropriate computer applications. Leadership including plans and bill of Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each materials for agrcultural project Skills construction student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits offered on a two-hour basis provided that instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience, project construction, and in-depth skill development. Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain agricultural structures and equipment. Develops basic skills such as: tool identification, interpreting plans, calculating a bill of materials, electrification, carpentry, welding, metal fabrication, ACS plumbing, and masonry. Content may be enhanced ACS.11 - relate the influence of Agriculture with appropriate computer applications. Leadership agricultural mechanics industry Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each to globalized production Skills student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits offered on a two-hour basis provided that instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience, project construction, and in-depth skill development.

AEM - Adv. Agri. Economics and Agribusiness Management

Description - A freshman level college course, which introduces students to the field of agricultural economics and agribusiness management. The course covers basic treads occurring in agriculture AEM.1 - Introduction to including the role of the food system in the U.S. and Agricultural Economics and world economics. Concepts and tools for economic Agribusiness: Including key decision-making are covered in the context of current definitions sectors, major social and economic issues. Topics include: overview concepts, and an introduction to of the food and fiber industry, international trade, graphics and index numbers supply and demand, macroeconomics, careers, marketing, rural development, personal finance, futures markets, and biotechnology. Description - See Program of Study Description - See Program of Study Description - See Program of Study Description - See Program of Study AGB.1 - How do cell structure, function, and processes affect living things? AGB.2 - What is the molecular basis of heredity? AGB.3 - How do behavioral patterns ensure reproductive process? AGB.4 - What are the processes of biological change? AGB.7 - What skills and knowledge must I have to be successful in an agricultural career in Kentucky?

AGB - AgriBiology AGB - AgriBiology AGB - AgriBiology AGB - AgriBiology AGB - AgriBiology

Description - See Program of Study

Description - The course content focuses on exploring current and future agricultural careers as well as the historical events that molded the industry. The local AGE agricultural industry is emphasized, and the local high Agriscience school program and FFA activities are featured. Exploration Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Classroom, laboratory and field trip experiences should be provided. Description - The course content focuses on exploring current and future agricultural careers as well as the historical events that molded the industry. The local AGE agricultural industry is emphasized, and the local high Agriscience school program and FFA activities are featured. Exploration Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Classroom, laboratory and field trip experiences should be provided. AGE -

AGE.2 - review the historical importance of the agricultural industry and how agriculture shaped world history

AGE.8 - identify tools, equipment and materials common in agriculture.

Description - The course content focuses on exploring AGE.9 - identify current, major

Agriscience current and future agricultural careers as well as the Exploration historical events that molded the industry. The local agricultural industry is emphasized, and the local high school program and FFA activities are featured. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Classroom, laboratory and field trip experiences should be provided. Description - Agriscience introduces the scientific agricultural approach to animal science and selection, and plant and land science. Agricultural career opportunities will be emphasized in each class. Laboratory experiences relating to basic and current AGS technology will be part of the program. Content may Agriscience be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program and keep appropriate records. Description - Agriscience introduces the scientific agricultural approach to animal science and selection, and plant and land science. Agricultural career opportunities will be emphasized in each class. Laboratory experiences relating to basic and current AGS technology will be part of the program. Content may Agriscience be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program and keep appropriate records. Description - Animal Science develops basic knowledge and skills pertaining to livestock identification, selection, nutrition, reproduction and genetics, health management, and marketing of one or more species of farm animals. The latest biotechnological applications will be included. The content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Science develops basic knowledge and skills pertaining to livestock identification, selection, nutrition, reproduction and genetics, health management, and marketing of one or more species of farm animals. The latest biotechnological applications will be included. The

contemporary issues in agriculture.

AGS.1 - apply basic chemical and biological concepts to the production of food, including the interrelationships between soil and plants and the natural cycles which sustain all ecosystems

AGS.8 - demonstrate employability and social skills relative to the career cluster

ANS Animal Science

ANS.3 - utilize proper animal science terminology

ANS Animal Science

ANS.4 - distinguish various breeds of livestock

content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Science develops basic knowledge and skills pertaining to livestock identification, selection, nutrition, reproduction and genetics, health management, and marketing of one or more species of farm animals. The latest biotechnological applications will be included. The content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program.

ANS Animal Science

ANS.5 - select and evaluate livestock

ANS Animal Science

Description - Animal Science develops basic knowledge and skills pertaining to livestock identification, selection, nutrition, reproduction and genetics, health management, and marketing of one ANS.6 - apply reproductive or more species of farm animals. The latest principles to breeding practices biotechnological applications will be included. The of livestock content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Science develops basic knowledge and skills pertaining to livestock identification, selection, nutrition, reproduction and genetics, health management, and marketing of one ANS.8 - evaluate proper animal or more species of farm animals. The latest health techniques in livestock biotechnological applications will be included. The industry content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Science develops basic knowledge and skills pertaining to livestock identification, selection, nutrition, reproduction and genetics, health management, and marketing of one or more species of farm animals. The latest ANS.10 - relate animal biotechnological applications will be included. The agriculture to the environment content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program.

ANS Animal Science

ANS Animal Science

ANT Animal Technology

Description - Animal Technology instruction concentrates on the advanced production practices and current biotechnological applications of one or more species of farm animals, based on the local community needs. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Content may be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Technology instruction concentrates on the advanced production practices and current biotechnological applications of one or more species of farm animals, based on the local community needs. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Content may be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Technology instruction concentrates on the advanced production practices and current biotechnological applications of one or more species of farm animals, based on the local community needs. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Content may be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Technology instruction concentrates on the advanced production practices and current biotechnological applications of one or more species of farm animals, based on the local community needs. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Content may be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Technology instruction concentrates on the advanced production practices and current biotechnological applications of one or more species of farm animals, based on the local community needs. Hands-on experiences will be

ANT.2 - utilize proper breeding management principles and techniques in the livestock industry

ANT Animal Technology

ANT.3 - utilize proper housing/handling principles and techniques in the livestock industry

ANT Animal Technology

ANT.5 - demonstrate proper sanitation/health management principles and techniques in the livestock industry.

ANT Animal Technology

ANT.8 - utilize various animal husbandry practices in the livestock industry

ANT Animal Technology

ANT.9 - utilize advanced principles and techniques of beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, sheep, poultry, and specialty animal management

emphasized. Content may be enhanced by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - A freshman college-level course which introduces students to the world of plants. The course is a survey of botany, agronomy, horticulture, soils, APS forestry, and other areas of plant science. Opportunity Advanced APS.1 - discuss evolution and is provided for students to earn three (3) hours of Plant introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced the classification of plants Science by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - A freshman college-level course which introduces students to the world of plants. The course is a survey of botany, agronomy, horticulture, soils, APS forestry, and other areas of plant science. Opportunity APS.2 - explain the significance Advanced is provided for students to earn three (3) hours of of plant science to fufill basic Plant introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced human needs Science by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - A freshman college-level course which introduces students to the world of plants. The course is a survey of botany, agronomy, horticulture, soils, forestry, and other areas of plant science. Opportunity APS APS.3 - differentiate between is provided for students to earn three (3) hours of Advanced sexual and asexual plant introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced Plant propagation and reproduction by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Science Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - A freshman college-level course which introduces students to the world of plants. The course is a survey of botany, agronomy, horticulture, soils, forestry, and other areas of plant science. Opportunity APS APS.5 - determine plant is provided for students to earn three (3) hours of Advanced processes such as introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced photosynthesis, respiration, and Plant by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Science other processes. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program.

Description - A freshman college-level course which introduces students to the world of plants. The course is a survey of botany, agronomy, horticulture, soils, forestry, and other areas of plant science. Opportunity APS is provided for students to earn three (3) hours of Advanced introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced Plant by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Science Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - A freshman college-level course which introduces students to the world of plants. The course is a survey of botany, agronomy, horticulture, soils, forestry, and other areas of plant science. Opportunity APS is provided for students to earn three (3) hours of Advanced introductory college credit. Content may be enhanced Plant by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Science Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program.

APS.8 - explain seed germination and life cycles

APS.11 - appraise plant pest control and management

Description - This course prepares students to evaluate, design and construct agricultural structures. Students learn to design, evaluate and interpret construction plans and calculate a bill of materials. The skills learned in the Agricultural Construction ASD - Agri Skills course may be incorporated to construct an ASD.6 - develop agricultural Structures & agricultural structure. Content may be enhanced with water and waste systems plans Design appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program. It is recommended that students complete the Agricultural Construction Skills course prior to enrolling. Description - Crop Technology instruction concentrates on the production practices and current biotechnological applications of or more agriculture crops. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Instruction will include variety selection, seed bed CPT - Crop preparation, fertilization, pest, weed and disease Technology control, harvesting, and marketing crops. Current biotechnological applications may be included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program.

CPT.1 - demonstrate employability and social skills relative to the career cluster

Description - Crop Technology instruction concentrates on the production practices and current biotechnological applications of or more agriculture crops. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Instruction will include variety selection, seed bed CPT.2 - specify the benefit of preparation, fertilization, pest, weed and disease CPT - Crop crop production in local, control, harvesting, and marketing crops. Current Technology national, and world agriculture biotechnological applications may be included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program. Description - Crop Technology instruction concentrates on the production practices and current biotechnological applications of or more agriculture crops. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Instruction will include variety selection, seed bed CPT.4 - evaluate environmental preparation, fertilization, pest, weed and disease factors of crop production in CPT - Crop control, harvesting, and marketing crops. Current local, national, and world Technology biotechnological applications may be included. agriculture. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program. Description - Crop Technology instruction concentrates on the production practices and current biotechnological applications of or more agriculture crops. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Instruction will include variety selection, seed bed CPT.5 - determine the impact of preparation, fertilization, pest, weed and disease CPT - Crop soil and water resources on crop control, harvesting, and marketing crops. Current Technology production biotechnological applications may be included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program. Description - Crop Technology instruction concentrates on the production practices and current biotechnological applications of or more agriculture crops. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. CPT - Crop Instruction will include variety selection, seed bed Technology preparation, fertilization, pest, weed and disease control, harvesting, and marketing crops. Current biotechnological applications may be included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer

CPT.6 - utilize management practices in row crops

applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program. Description - Crop Technology instruction concentrates on the production practices and current biotechnological applications of or more agriculture crops. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Instruction will include variety selection, seed bed CPT - Crop preparation, fertilization, pest, weed and disease Technology control, harvesting, and marketing crops. Current biotechnological applications may be included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program. Description - Crop Technology instruction concentrates on the production practices and current biotechnological applications of or more agriculture crops. Hands-on experiences will be emphasized. Instruction will include variety selection, seed bed CPT - Crop preparation, fertilization, pest, weed and disease Technology control, harvesting, and marketing crops. Current biotechnological applications may be included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program. Description - Equine science develops knowledge and skill pertaining to breed identification and selection, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, genetics and reproductive management, training principles, grooming, health disease, parasite control and sanitation practices. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program.

CPT.7 - utilize management practices in small grains.

CPT.8 - utilize management practices in forages/pastures.

EQS Equine Science

EQS.7 - evaluate the role of equine domestication and the various types of equine in the world today

Description - Food Technology introduces the issues of world food production and the preparing, processing, and packaging of food. The government FDT - Food regulations regarding foods and the exploration of Technology career opportunities will also be covered. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected

FDT.7 - identify the wholesale and retail cuts of meat animal carcass

to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Food Technology introduces the issues of world food production and the preparing, processing, and packaging of food. The government regulations regarding foods and the exploration of FDT - Food career opportunities will also be covered. Content Technology may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program.

FDT.8 - investigate the egg industry from grading to marketing

Description - Food Technology introduces the issues of world food production and the preparing, processing, and packaging of food. The government FDT.9 - investigate production regulations regarding foods and the exploration of FDT - Food career opportunities will also be covered. Content methods and marketing of dairy Technology products may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - This course provides instruction in the foundations of the various segments of the agricultural industry. Agricultural career opportunities will be emphasized. Animal science, plant and land science, and agricultural mechanics skills will be the PAT.4 - identify and examine focus of the curriculum. The selection and planning of general soil and plant sciences a supervised agricultural experience program and related record keeping will be presented. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Students will receive personal guidance and counseling with preparatory instructional program selection. Description - This course provides instruction in the foundations of the various segments of the agricultural industry. Agricultural career opportunities will be emphasized. Animal science, plant and land science, and agricultural mechanics skills will be the focus of the curriculum. The selection and planning of a supervised agricultural experience program and related record keeping will be presented. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Students will receive personal guidance and counseling with preparatory instructional program selection.

PAT Principles of Agricultural Science and Technology

PAT Principles of Agricultural Science and Technology

PAT.5 - identify and examine general animal sciences

PAT Description - This course provides instruction in the Principles of foundations of the various segments of the Agricultural agricultural industry. Agricultural career opportunities

PAT.6 - demonstrate basic agricultural mechanics and construction skills

Science and will be emphasized. Animal science, plant and land Technology science, and agricultural mechanics skills will be the focus of the curriculum. The selection and planning of a supervised agricultural experience program and related record keeping will be presented. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Students will receive personal guidance and counseling with preparatory instructional program selection. Description - Plant and Land Science develops basic scientific knowledge and skills pertaining to management of the land and its effects on food and fiber production, the environment, and the quality of life. The relationship of land to plant growth will be PLS.2 - assess the benefit of PLS - Plant emphasized. Plant composition, reproduction, growth, plants and land to human kind in and Land and current biotechnological advances will be local, national, and world Science included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate agriculture computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Plant and Land Science develops basic scientific knowledge and skills pertaining to management of the land and its effects on food and fiber production, the environment, and the quality of life. The relationship of land to plant growth will be PLS - Plant PLS.7 - select appropriate plant emphasized. Plant composition, reproduction, growth, and Land nutrition practices and and current biotechnological advances will be Science management included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Plant and Land Science develops basic scientific knowledge and skills pertaining to management of the land and its effects on food and fiber production, the environment, and the quality of life. The relationship of land to plant growth will be PLS - Plant PLS.8 - examine the processes emphasized. Plant composition, reproduction, growth, and Land for plant development growth, and current biotechnological advances will be Science and reproduction. included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. PLS - Plant Description - Plant and Land Science develops basic PLS.9 - relate biotechnology to

and Land Science

scientific knowledge and skills pertaining to management of the land and its effects on food and fiber production, the environment, and the quality of life. The relationship of land to plant growth will be emphasized. Plant composition, reproduction, growth, and current biotechnological advances will be included. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program.

plant production

Description - This course develops scientific knowledge, management practices, and marketing strategies in small and specialty animal technology. The curriculum includes identification, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, health, selection and care of SMT - Small small animals such as dogs, cats, rabbits, companion Animal birds, ostriches, emus, tropical fish, and fur bearers. Technology Content will be enhanced with appropriate applied scientific laboratory activities and computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program.

SMT.2 - relate small animal technology to current world trends

Description - This course develops scientific knowledge, management practices, and marketing strategies in small and specialty animal technology. The curriculum includes identification, anatomy, physiology, nutrition, health, selection and care of SMT - Small SMT.5 - describe and compare small animals such as dogs, cats, rabbits, companion Animal the process of reproduction of birds, ostriches, emus, tropical fish, and fur bearers. Technology small animal species Content will be enhanced with appropriate applied scientific laboratory activities and computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - This course is designed to develop skills in maintenance, repair, and operation of equipment,small combustion-type engine and electric SPE.5 - practice safe operation SPE - Small motors. Content may be enhanced with appropriate procedures and techniques Power & computer applications. Leadership development will when reparing or operating Equipment be provided through FFA. Each student will be small engines expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program.

Core Content Standards Lookup Table: Core Subject Grade Subdomain Section Core Standard MA-H-1.1.1 - Students will describe properties of, define, give examples of, and apply real numbers to both real-world mathematical situations, and understand that irrational numbers cannot be represetned by terminating or repeating decimals. MA-H-1.1.2 - Students will recognize, define, give examples of, and apply real numbers to both real-world and mathematical situations finite arithmetic and geometric sequences and series.

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-1 Number/computation

MA-H-1.1 Concepts

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-1 Number/computation

MA-H-1.1 Concepts

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-1.2.1 - Students will perform addition, subtraction, MA-H-1 multiplication, and division with MA-H-1.2 - Skills Number/computation real numbers in problemsolving situations to specified accuracy. MA-H-1.2.2 - Students will simplify real number expressions such as those MA-H-1 MA-H-1.2 - Skills containing opposties, Number/computation reciprocals, absolute values, exponents, roots, and factorials. MA-H-1.2.5 - Students will use simple combinations and MA-H-1 MA-H-1.2 - Skills permutations to count discrete Number/computation quantities. MA-H-1 Number/computation MA-H-1 Number/computation MA-H-1.3 Relationships MA-H-1.3 Relationships MA-H-1.3.2 - Students will understand how real number properties are used to simplify expressions and solve equations. MA-H-1.3.3 - Students will understand how to use

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA - Math

MA-H High MA-H High

MA - Math

equivalence relations and order relations to solve problems using real numbers. MA-H-1.3.4 - Students will understand how ratio and proportion can be used in a variety of mathematical contexts and to solve realworld problems. MA-H-2.1.1 - Students will describe properties of and give examples of geometric transformations and apply geometric transformations with and without a coordinate plane, to both real-world and mathematical situations. MA-H-2.1.2 - Students will define, describe properties of, give examples of, and apply to both real-world and mathematical situations spatial relationships such as betweenness, paralellism, and perpendicularity. MA-H-2.1.3 - Students will define, describe properties of, give examples of, and apply to both real-world and mathematical situations angle relationships such as linear pairs, vertical, complementary, supplementary, corresponding, and alternate interior angles

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-1 Number/computation

MA-H-1.3 Relationships

MA - Math

MA-H MA-H-2 High Geometry/Measurement

MA-H-2.1 Concepts

MA - Math

MA-H MA-H-2 High Geometry/Measurement

MA-H-2.1 Concepts

MA - Math

MA-H MA-H-2 High Geometry/Measurement

MA-H-2.1 Concepts

MA - Math

MA-H-2.2.2 - Students will classify two-dimensional and three-dimensional geometric figures according to their characteristics such as lengths MA-H MA-H-2 MA-H-2.2 - Skills of sides; angle measures; and High Geometry/Measurement number of sides, faces, edges, and vertices. Studetns will describe the intersection of a plane with a three-dimensional

geometric figure. MA-H-2.2.3 - Student swill determine height and distance MA-H MA-H-2 using methods of indirect MA-H-2.2 - Skills High Geometry/Measurement measurement such as similar triangles and right triangle relationships. MA-H-2.2.4 - Students will use Pythagorean relationships to MA-H MA-H-2 MA-H-2.2 - Skills solve problems in real-world High Geometry/Measurement and mathematical situations. MA-H-2.2.6 - Students will calculate surface area and MA-H MA-H-2 volume of rectangular prisms, MA-H-2.2 - Skills High Geometry/Measurement pyramids, cylinders, cones, and spheres in problem settings using given formulas. MA-H-2.2.7 - Students will apply formulas for the slope of MA-H MA-H-2 MA-H-2.2 - Skills a line, distance between two High Geometry/Measurement points, and midpoint of a segment to solve problems. MA-H MA-H-2 High Geometry/Measurement MA-H MA-H-2 High Geometry/Measurement MA-H-2.3 Relationships MA-H-2.3 Relationships MA-H-2.3.1 - Students will solve real-world geometry problems by using algebra. MA-H-2.3.2 - Students will apply algebra to solve problems involving geometric figures in a coordinate plane.

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA-H MA-H-2 High Geometry/Measurement

MA-H-2.3.4 - Students will understand how in one or more MA-H-2.3 dimensions of a geometric Relationships shape affects perimeter, area, volume, or surface area. MA-H-3.1 Concepts MA-H-3.1.1 - Students will understand how standard deviation measures the scatter of a discrete set of real-world data.

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.2.1 - Students will analyze, interpret results, make MA-H-3.2 - Skills decisions, and draw conclusions based on a set of

data. MA - Math MA-H High MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics MA-H-3.2.3 - Students will organize, display, and interpret MA-H-3.2 - Skills statistical models of bivariate data. MA-H-3.2.4 - Students will interpret the results of a MA-H-3.2 - Skills probability simulations, draw conclusions, and make predictions. MA-H-3.2.5 - Students will represent probabilities in multiple ways such as fractions, decimals, percentages, and geometric area models. MA-H-3.2.6 - Students will determine probabilities in situations involving replacement and nonreplacement. MA-H-3.3.1 - Students will understand how outliers affect measures of central tendency.

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.2 - Skills

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.2 - Skills

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.3 Relationships

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.3.3 - Students will understand and reason about MA-H-3.3 - the use and misuse of statistics Relationships and statistical representations such as type of graph and choice of scale. MA-H-3.3 Relationships MA-H-3.3.4 - Students will use data and curve of best fit to make and defend predictions.

MA - Math

MA-H High

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies

PL-H-1 - Health

PL-H-1.1 PL-H-1.1.2 - Conflict resolution Positive interactions in strategies and the analysis of causes of conflict in families, groups contribute to schools, and communities may bring about peaceful mental and conclusions. emotional wellbeing. PL-H-3.1 Accessing and PL-H-3.1.1 - The use of strategies and techniques for

PL - Practical PL-H PL-H-3 - Consumerism Living/Vocational High

Studies

assessing consumer information, comparing and evaluating products and services, and critiquing advertisements are necessary for making effective consumer decisions.

evaluating various forms of consumer information contribute to wise purchases.

PL-H-3.1 Accessing and assessing consumer information, comparing and evaluating PL - Practical products and PL-H PL-H-3 - Consumerism Living/Vocational services, and High Studies critiquing advertisements are necessary for making effective consumer decisions. PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL-H-3.1.2 - The cost and accessibility of personal services should be analyzed for quality and economy.

PL-H-4.1 PL-H-4.1.1 - Career planning Jobs/careers has an impact on future reflect both physical,mental, and emotional individual and well-being. societal needs. PL-H-4.1 Jobs/careers reflect both individual and societal needs. PL-H-4.1.2 - Work has social and economic impacts on the individual, family, and society.

PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL-H-4.1 PL-H-4.1.3 - Job and career Jobs/careers opportunities vary at the reflect both state,national, and international individual and levels based on demand for societal needs. goods and services and

available resources. PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies PL-H-4.1.4 - The job market PL-H-4.1 changes as a result of scientific Jobs/careers advancements and the reflect both increased use of technology individual and (e.g., robotics replacing societal needs. workers). PL-H-4.2 - Many factors need to PL-H-4.2.3 - The advantages be considered and disadvantages of jobs and when selecting careers in various occupational and preparing areas should be evaluated. for employment or a career path. PL-H-4.3 Positive and negative work habits impact success. PL-H-4.3.1 - Employers look for employees who have positive work habits and a good work ethic.

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL-H-4.3 Positive and PL-H-4.3.2 - Work habits/ethics can impact the success of a negative work group. habits impact success. PL-H-4.4 Special skills are needed for success in future schooling and in the workplace. PL-H-4.4.1 - Life-long earning potential, job options, and job satisfaction are generally related to the amount and kind of educational training of the worker.

PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL - Practical PL-H Living/Vocational High Studies

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL-H-4.4 PL-H-4.4.2 - Changes in Special skills technology impact what are needed for success in future employees do in various jobs and careers. schooling and in the workplace. SC-H-1.2.1 - Atoms interact SC-H-1.2 with each other by transferring Structure and or sharing outermost electrons. Properties of These outer electrons govern Matter the chemical properties of the element. SC-H-1.2 SC-H-1.2.3 - Bonds between

SC - Science

SC-H High

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SC-H -

SC-H-1 - Physical

High

Science

Structure and Properties of Matter

atoms are created when outer electrons are paired by being transferred or shared. A compound is formed when two or more kinds of atoms bind together chemically. SC-H-1.2.4 - The physical properties of compounds reflect the natures of the interactions among molecules. These interactions are determined by the structure of the molecule including the constituent atoms.

SC - Science

SC-H High

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.2 Structure and Properties of Matter

SC - Science

SC-H High

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.2.5 - Solids, liquids, and gases differ in the distances between molecules or atoms and therefore the energy that binds them SC-H-1.2 together. In solids, the Structure and structure is nearly rigid; in Properties of liquids, molecules or atoms Matter move around each other but do not move apart; and in gases, molecules or atoms move almost independently of each other and are relatively far apart. SC-H-1.2.6 - In conducting materials, electrons flow easily; whereas, in insulating materials, they can hardly flow SC-H-1.2 at all. Semiconducting Structure and materials have intermediate Properties of behavior. At low temperatures, Matter some materials become superconductors and offer no resistance to the flow of electrons. SC-H-1.4 Motions and Forces SC-H-1.4.3 - The electric force is a universal force that exists between any two charged objects. Opposite charges attract while like charges repel.

SC - Science

SC-H High

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SC-H High

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SC-H High

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.5.3 - Heat is the SC-H-1.5 manifestation of the random Conservation of motion and vibrations of atoms, Energy and molecules, and ions. the Increase in greater the atomic or molecular Disorder motion, the higher the temperature. SC-H-1.5.4 - The universe becomes less orderly and less organized over time. Thus, the SC-H-1.5 overall effect is that energy is Conservation of spread out uniformly. For Energy and example, in the operation of Increase in mechanical systems, the useful Disorder energy output is always less than the energy input; the difference appears as heat. SC-H-2.1.1 - Earth systems have sources of energy that are internal and external to the Earth. The Sun is the major external source of energy. Two primary sources of internal energy are the decay of radioactive isotopes and the gravitational energy from Earths original formation.

SC - Science

SC-H High

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SC-H High

SC-H-2 - Earth and Space Science

SC-H-2.1 Energy in the Earth System

SC - Science

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SC-H-3 - Life Science

SC-H-3.1.5 - Plants cells contain chloroplasts, the site of photosynthesis. Plants and many microorganisms use solar energy to combine molecules of carbon dioxide SC-H-3.1 - The and water into complex, Cell energy-rich organic compounds and release oxygen to the environment. This process of photosynthesis provides a vital liink between the Sun and energy needs of living systems. SC-H-3.2 - The Behavior of Organisms SC-H-3.2.3 - The broad patterns of behavior exhibited by organisms have changed over time through natural

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selection to ensure reproductive success. Organisms often live in unpredictable environments, so their behavioral responses must be flexible enough to deal with uncertainty and change. Behaviors often have an adaptive logic. SC-H-3.3.1 - In all organisms and viruses, the instructions for specifying the characteristics are carried in nucleic acids. SC-H-3.3 - The The chemical and structural Molecular Basis properties of nucleic acids of Heredity determine how the genetic information that underlies heredity is both encoding in genes and replicated. SC-H-3.4.1 - Species change over time. Biological change over time is the consequence of the interactions of (1) the potential for a species to increase its numbers, (2) the genetic variability of offspring due to mutation and recombination of genes, (3) a finite supply of the resources required for life, and (4) natural selection. The consequences of change over time provide a scientific explanataion for the fossil record of ancient life forms and for the striking molecular similarities observed among the diverse species of living organisms. SC-H-3.4.2 - The great diversity of organisms is the result of more than 3.5 billion years of biological change over time that has filled every available niche with life forms. The millions of different

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SC-H-3.4 Biological Change

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species of plants, animals, and microorganisms that live on Earth today are related by descent from common ancestors. SC-H-3.4.3 - Biological classifications are based on how organisms are related. Organisms are classified into a hierarchy of groups and subgroups based on similarities that reflect their relationships. Species is the most fundamental unit of classification. Different species are classified by the comparison and analysis of their internal and external structures and the similarity of their chemical processes.

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SC-H-3.5.2 - Energy flows SC-H-3.5 - The through ecosystems in one SC-H-3 - Life Science Interdependence direction from photosynthetic of Organisms organisms to herbivores to carnivores to decomposers. SC-H-3.5.3 - Organisms both cooperate and compete in ecosystems. Often changes in one component of an ecosystem will have effects on SC-H-3.5 - The the entire system that are SC-H-3 - Life Science Interdependence difficult to predict. The of Organisms interrelationships and interdependencies of these organisms may generate ecosystems that are stable for hundreds or thousands of years. SC-H-3.5.4 - Living organisms have the capacity to produce SC-H-3.5 - The populations of infinite size. SC-H-3 - Life Science Interdependence However, behaviors, of Organisms environments, and resources influence the size of populations. Models can be

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used to make predictions about changes in the size or rate of growth of a population. SC-H-3.6.1 - Living systems require a continuous input of energy to maintain their chemical and physical organization since the universal tenency is toward more disorganized states. The SC-H-3.6 energy for life primarily derives Matter, Energy, from the Sun. Plants capture and energy by absorbing light and Organization in using it to form strong chemical Living Systems bonds between the atoms of carbon-containing molecules. These molecules can be used to assemble larger molecules. In addition, the energy stored in the bonds between the atoms can be used as sources of energy for life processes. SC-H-3.6.2 - The chemical bonds of food molecules contain energy. Energy is released when the bonds of SC-H-3.6 food molecules are broken and Matter, Energy, new compounds with lower and energy bonds are formed. Cells Organization in usually store this energy Living Systems temporarily in the phosphate of bonds of ATP. During the process of cellular respiration, some energy is lost as heat. SC-H-3.6.3 - As matter and energy flow through different organizational levels and SC-H-3.6 between living systems and the Matter, Energy, physical environment, chemical and elements are recombined in Organization in different ways. Each Living Systems recombination results in storage and dissipation of energy into the environment as heat. Matter and energy are

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conserved in each change. SS-H-2.2 SS-H-2.2.1 - All cultures Different develop instituitions, customs, cultures address beliefs, and holidays reflecting human needs in their unique histories, similar and situations, and perspectives. different ways. SS-H-2.4 Social SS-H-2.4.2 - Compromise and interactions cooperation are characteristics amond that may influence social individuals and interaction. groups assume various forms. SS-H-3.1 - The basic economic problem confronting individuals and societies is the SS-H-3.1.1 - Scarcity of scarcity or resources necessitates choices imbalance at both the personal and between societial levels. unlimited wants and limited resources available for satisfying those wants. SS-H-3.1 - The basic economic problem confronting individuals and SS-H-3.1.3 - TO make societies is the informed choices, consumers scarcity or must analyze advertisements, imbalance consider personal finances, between unlimited wants and examine opportunity cost. and limited resources available for satisfying those wants.

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SS-H-3.3 Markets are institutional arrangements SS-H-3.3.1 - Numerous factors that enable influence the supply and buyers and demand for products. sellers to exchange goods and services. SS-H-3.3 Markets are institutional SS-H-3.3.2 - Specific financial arrangements and non-financial incentives that enable often influence individuals buyers and differently. sellers to exchange goods and services. SS-H-3.4 - All societies deal with questions about production, distribution, and consumption. SS-H-3.4.2 - Technological change and investments in capital goods and human capital/resources increase productivity.

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SS-H-3.4 - All SS-H-3.4.4 - The societies deal interdependence of personal, with questions national, and international about economic activity often results production, in international issues and distribution, and concerns. consumption. SS-H-4.1 Patterns on Earth's surface can be identified SS-H-4.1.3 - The location and by examining distribution of human features where things on Earth's surface are based are, how they on reasoning and patterns. are arranged, and why they are in particular locations. SS-H-4.3 SS-H-4.3.1 - Humans tend to

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Patterns settle in or near urban areas, emerge as depending on the availability of humans move, resources; therefore, urban settle, and areas vary in size, interact on arrangement, and function. Earth's surface. SS-H-4.3 Patterns emerge as humans move, settle, and interact on Earth's surface. SS-H-4.3.2 - Human migration has major physical and cultural impact and can be the result of pressures or events that push populations from one place or pull them to another.

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SS-H-4.3.3 - Technology has SS-H-4.3 facilitated the movement of Patterns goods, services, and emerge as populations; increased humans move, economic interdependence at settle, and all levels; and influenced interact on development of centers of Earth's surface. economic activity. SS-H-4.4 Human actions modify the physical environment, SS-H-4.4.1 - Humans develop and, in turn, the strategies to overcome limites physical of their physical environment. environment limits or promotes human activities. SS-H-5.1 History is an SS-H-5.1.3 - Cause-and-effect account of relationships can be analyzed human activities by looking at multiple that is causation. interpretive in nature. SS-H-5.3 - The SS-H-5.3.3 - An Age of history of the Revolution brought about world is a changes in science, thought, chronicle of government, and industry that human activities shaped the modern world.

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and human societies. SS-M-2.3 Social institutions SS-M-2.3.1 - Various human (government, needs are met through economy, interaction in and among social education, institutions and groups (e. g., religion, family) family, schools, teams, clubs, respond to religious groups, human needs, governments). structure society, and SS-M-2.4 SS-M-2.4.1 - Conflict and Social competition (e. g., political, interactions economic, religious, ethnic) among individuals and may occur as cultures emerge and develop. groups assume various forms. SS-M-2.4 SS-M-2.4.2 - Compromise and Social cooperation are possible interactions choices for positive social among individuals and interaction and resolution of conflict. groups assume various forms. SS-M-5.1 History is an SS-M-5.1.3 - History is a series of connected events shaped by account of multiple cause-and-effect human activities relationships, tying the past to that is the present. interpretive in nature. SS-M-5.2.4 - Political, social, SS-M-5.2 - The economic, and cultural history of the differences (e. g., slavery, United States is tariffs, industrialism vs. a chronicle of a agrarianism, federal vs. states¶ diverse people rights) among sections of the and the nation U. S. resulted in the American they formed. Civil War.

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Skill Standards Lookup Table: Area Topic Skill Skill Standard HC-OD2 - Regulate environmental factors for plant growth.

HC-OD - Develop and implement HC-O HC Occupational production and Horticulture management Standards schedule PA PA-E Production Employability Agriculture Standards PA-EA - Exhibit workplace skills

PA-EA7 - Demonstrate the ability to make career decisions

PA PA-E PA-EB - Understand PA-EB3 - Identify good ethical characteristics and Production Employability workforce issues behaviors Agriculture Standards PA PA-O PA-OA - Apply Production Occupational principles of animal Agriculture Standards science PA-OA2 - Apply principles of health management

PA-OA4 - Understand principles of reproductive PA PA-O PA-OA - Apply physiology and utilization of appropriate technology Production Occupational principles of animal (synchronization, artificial insemination, embryo Agriculture Standards science transfer) PA PA-O PA-OB - Apply Production Occupational principles of plant Agriculture Standards science PA PA-O PA-OB - Apply Production Occupational principles of plant Agriculture Standards science PA PA-O PA-OB - Apply Production Occupational principles of plant Agriculture Standards science PA PA-O PA-OC - Utilize Production Occupational industry resources Agriculture Standards PA-OB1 - Utilize appropriate variety selection techniques PA-OB3 - Demonstrate acceptable agronomic practices (seeding rates, plant spacing, planting dates) PA-OB6 - Understand plant growth requirements PA-OC1 - Apply use of related electronic technology (email, computer applications, GPS, precision farming, ultrasound, electronic ear tags, and computer feeding)

PA PA-O PA-OC3 - Maintain awareness of current trends in PA-OC - Utilize Production Occupational production agriculture through industry industry resources Agriculture Standards associations, trade journals, and internet resources PA PA-O PA-OH - Monitor PA-OH1 - Demonstrate effective pest management Production Occupational and control health, practices Agriculture Standards diseases, and pest PA PA-O PA-OH - Monitor PA-OH2 - Recognize common plant and animal

Production Occupational and control health, Agriculture Standards diseases, and pest

diseases

PA PA-O PA-OH - Monitor PA-OH3 - Apply appropriate prevention techniques Production Occupational and control health, and treatments of plant and animal diseases Agriculture Standards diseases, and pest PA PA-O PA-OH - Monitor PA-OH6 - Understand agriculture¶s relationship and Production Occupational and control health, responsibility to guarantee a safe food supply and a Agriculture Standards diseases, and pest healthy environment. PA-OI - Distinguish PA PA-O PA-OI1 - Utilize appropriate production techniques and select Production Occupational for livestock (beef cattle, dairy cattle, swine, horses, appropriate Agriculture Standards sheep, poultry, specialty animals) production techniques PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA-OI - Distinguish and select PA-OI2 - Utilize appropriate production techniques appropriate for crops (corn, soybeans, tobacco, hay) production techniques PA-OJ3 - Identify hazardous substances in the workplace

PA PA-O PA-OJ - Apply best Production Occupational management safety Agriculture Standards practices PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA-OL - Utilize industry-related terminology and identification systems PA-OL - Utilize industry-related terminology and identification systems PA-OL - Utilize industry-related terminology and identification systems PA-OM - Utilize agricultural structures and facilities PA-OM - Utilize agricultural

PA-OL1 - Identify common agronomic plants, grains, feeds, and seeds

PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards

PA-OL3 - Use appropriate agricultural terminology

PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational

PA-OL4 - Identify the anatomical parts of domestic livestock

PA-OM1 - Identify needs of livestock, crop, and equipment storage PA-OM2 - Calculate and analyze cost of storage

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structures and facilities PA-OM - Utilize agricultural structures and facilities PA-OM3 - Demonstrate the ability to safely operate basic agriculture equipment

PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards