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Course Outline: Ag.

Construction Skills

CD: AgriScience
Content Core Skill Process Content Standard(s) Statement(s) Standard(s) UNIT C. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF AGRICULTURAL/HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE Lesson Number and Title
Problem Area 7. Identifying Basic Principles of Electricity SC-H-1.1.1, SC-H-1.1.2, SC-H-1.1.3, SC-H-1.2.1, SC-H-1.2.3, Introducing Electricity and Electrical Safety ACS.8, ACS.8 SC-H-1.2.6, SC-H-1.4.3, SC-H-1.4.4, SC-H-1.5.1, SC-H-1.5.2, SC-H-1.5.3 SC-H-1.1.1, SC-H-1.1.2, SC-H-1.1.3, SC-H-1.2.1, SC-H-1.2.3, Exploring the Science of Electricity ACS.8, ACS.8 SC-H-1.2.6, SC-H-1.4.3, SC-H-1.4.4, SC-H-1.5.1, SC-H-1.5.2, SC-H-1.5.3 SC-H-1.1.1, SC-H-1.1.2, SC-H-1.1.3, SC-H-1.2.1, SC-H-1.2.3, Measuring and Calculating Electricity ACS.8, ACS.8 SC-H-1.2.6, SC-H-1.4.3, SC-H-1.4.4, SC-H-1.5.1, SC-H-1.5.2, SC-H-1.5.3 Problem Area 8. Identifying Basic Agricultural Mechanics Principles PL-H-4.1.3, PLRecognizing the Impact of Technological Advances in ACS.1, ACS.1 H-4.1.4, PL-HAgricultural Mechanics 4.2.3

LC: C7-1

PA-OJ2, PAOJ3, PA-OJ5, PA-OJ6, PAOJ7, PA-OM3

LC: C7-2

PA-OM3

LC: C7-3

PA-OF1

LC: C8-3

PA-OC1

UNIT F. SUPERVISED EXPERIENCE IN AGRICULTURE/HORTICULTURE
Problem Area 3. Expanding My SAE AAS.12, ACS.12, ANS.12, LC: F3-1 Keeping and Using SAE Records ANT.10, ANT.10, EQS.11, PAT.8, 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, PA-OD1, PAOD2, PA-OD3, PA-OF1, PAOF2

PLS.10

MA-H-3.3.1, MA-H-3.3.3, MA-H-3.3.4, SS-H-3.4.1, SS-H-3.4.3

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 H-4.3.2 Identifying Hazards in Agricultural Mechanics SPE.5 PL-H-4.3.1, PLH-4.3.2, PL-HUsing Personal Safety in Agricultural Mechanics ACS.2, PAT.6 4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.4 Recognizing the Impact of Technological Advances in PL-H-4.3.1, PLPAT.6 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 MA-H-1.2.1, Understanding Construction Codes ASD.6 MA-H-2.1.2 PL-H-4.3.1, PLH-4.3.2, SS-HExploring Careers in Agricultural Mechanics and ACS.11, PAT.6 4.3.3, SS-HTechnology Systems 4.4.1, SS-H5.1.3 Problem Area 2. Soil and Environmental Technology Systems MA-H-1.2.1, Understanding Land Measurement and Legal Descriptions ASD.5 MA-H-2.1.2 MA-H-1.2.1, Using Surveying Equipment ASD.5 MA-H-2.1.2 MA-H-1.2.1, Applying Profile Leveling Techniques ASD.5 MA-H-2.1.2 MA-H-1.2.1, Applying Differential Leveling Techniques ASD.5 MA-H-2.1.2 SC-H-3.2.3, SC-H-3.6.1, Understanding the Importance of Managing Soil, Water, PLS.6 SC-H-3.6.3, and Waste SS-H-1.1.3 MA-H-1.2.1, Understanding Soil Drainage Systems ASD.7 MA-H-2.1.2 Problem Area 3. Construction Systems MA-H-1.2.1, Planning and Designing Projects ACS.10 MA-H-1.2.2, MA-H-1.3.4, PA-OC3 PA-OJ3 PA-OL3, PAOM3

LC: A1-3

LC: A1-4

PA-OC1

LC: A1-5

LC: A1-6

PA-OM1, PAOM2

LC: A1-7

PA-EA7

LC: A2-1 LC: A2-2 LC: A2-3 LC: A2-4

PA-OF6 PA-OF6 PA-OF6 PA-OF6 PA-ON1, PAON2 PA-ON1, PAON2

LC: A2-5

LC: A2-6

LC: A3-1

PA-OM2

LC: A3-2 Using Hand Tools

LC: A3-3 Using Power Tools

LC: A3-4 Caring for and Reconditioning Construction Tools

LC: A3-5 Planning and Placing Concrete

LC: A3-6 Planning, Laying Out, and Tooling Concrete Block

LC: A3-7 Using Construction Fasteners and Hardware

MA-H-2.1.1, MA-H-2.1.2, MA-H-2.1.3, MA-H-2.2.3, 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, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-HACS.2, AGE.8 4.4.2, 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-HACS.3 4.4.2, 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-HACS.2, ACS.3 4.4.2, SC-H1.2.4, 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, ACS.7 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 MA-H-1.2.1, MA-H-2.1.2, ASD.3 SC-H-1.2.4, SC-H-1.2.5, SC-H-1.2.6 PL-H-3.1.1, PLACS.2 H-4.3.1, PL-H-

PA-OL3, PAOM3

PA-OL3, PAOM3

PA-OL3, PAOM3

PA-OM1

PA-OM1

PA-OL3, PAOM3

LC: A3-8 Selecting Lumber

ACS.2

LC: A3-9 LC: A3-10 LC: A3-11 LC: A3-12

Framing Agricultural Structures Roofing Agricultural Structures Siding Agricultural Structures Insulating Agricultural Structures

ASD.2 ASD.2 ASD.2 ASD.2

LC: A3-13 Preparing Surfaces and Selecting Paints/Preservatives

ACS.9

LC: A3-14 Selecting Applicators and Applying Finishes

ACS.9

LC: A3-15 Understanding and Designing Plumbing Systems

AES.6

LC: A3-16 Working with Galvanized Pipe

AES.6

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, PA4.4.2, SC-HOM3 1.2.4, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6 PA-OM1 PA-OM1 PA-OM1 PA-OM1 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, 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, 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 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-HPA-OM1 1.2.5, SC-H1.4.2, SC-H1.6.1 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-HPA-OM1 4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H-

LC: A3-17 Working with Copper Tubing

AES.6

LC: A3-18 Working with Plastic Pipe

AES.6

LC: A3-19 Maintaining and Repairing Plumbing Systems

AES.6

1.2.5, SC-H1.4.2, SC-H1.6.1 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.4.2, SC-H1.6.1 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.4.2, SC-H1.6.1 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.5, SC-H1.4.2, SC-H1.6.1

PA-OM1

PA-OM1

PA-OM1

LC: A4-1 LC: A4-2 LC: A4-3 LC: A4-4 LC: A4-5 LC: A4-6 LC: A4-7

Problem Area 4. Electrical Systems Introducing Electricity and Electrical Safety Exploring the Science of Electricity Measuring and Calculating Electricity Identifying Electrical Tools and Equipment Comparing Single-Phase and Three-Phase Systems Preparing and Using Schematics Wiring Circuits SPE.2 SC-H-1.2.6, SC-H-1.4.1, SC-H-1.4.3, SC-H-1.5.3 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-HPA-OM1

LC: A4-8 Selecting and Maintaining Electric Motors and Controls

Problem Area 5. Metal Fabrication

LC: A5-1 Identifying Metals and Their Physical Properties

ACS.4

PA-OM1

LC: A5-2 Applying Heat Treating Processes

ACS.4

PA-OM1

LC: A5-3 Applying Cold Metalworking Techniques

ACS.2

LC: A5-4

Applying Fuel Gas Welding (FGW) Processes and Techniques

ACS.5

LC: A5-5 Using Metal Cutting Processes and Techniques

ACS.5

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

ACS.4

LC: A5-7 Applying Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding Techniques

ACS.4

LC: A5-8 Applying Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding Techniques

ACS.4

1.4.3, SC-H1.5.3 PL-H-3.1.1, PLH-4.3.1, PL-H4.4.1, PL-HPA-OL3, PA4.4.2, 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-H4.4.2, SC-H1.2.1, SC-HPA-OM1 1.2.3, 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-HPA-OM1 1.2.3, 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-HPA-OM1 1.2.3, 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-HPA-OM1 1.2.3, 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-HPA-OM1 4.4.2, SC-H1.2.1, SC-H1.2.3, SC-H-

1.2.5, SC-H1.2.6, SC-H1.4.3, SC-H1.5.3 Problem Area 6. Agricultural Power Systems SC-H-1.2.6, SC-H-1.4.1, Understanding Principles of Operation of Internal SC-H-1.4.3, APM.3, SPE.2 Combustion Engines SC-H-1.5.1, SC-H-1.5.2, SC-H-1.5.3 PL-H-4.4.2, SC-H-1.2.6, SC-H-1.4.1, APM.4, SPE.2, Identifying Engine Systems and Their Components SC-H-1.4.3, SPE.3 SC-H-1.5.1, SC-H-1.5.2, SC-H-1.5.3 MA-H-2.1.2, Measuring Engine Components and Specifications SPE.7 MA-H-2.2.2 MA-H-2.2.3, MA-H-3.2.3, PL-H-4.4.2, APM.5, GHT.10, SC-H-1.4.1, Applying Preventive Maintenance Practices SPE.4 SC-H-1.5.1, SC-H-1.5.2, SC-H-1.5.3 SC-H-1.4.1, Using Small Engines APM.3, SPE.5 SC-H-1.5.1, SC-H-1.5.2 Using Multiple Cylinder Engines SPE.5 SC-H-1.4.1, SC-H-1.5.1, Using Hydraulic Systems APM.7 SC-H-1.5.2 SC-H-1.4.1, SC-H-1.5.1, Using Pneumatic Systems SC-H-1.5.2 SS-H-4.3.3, Using Robotics Systems APM.2 SS-H-5.1.3 Problem Area 7. Agricultural Equipment Systems Understanding Applications of Fluids and Lubricants in APM.9 Agricultural Equipment Operating, Calibrating, and Maintaining Agricultural Tillage MA-H-2.3.1, APM.13 Systems and Equipment SC-H-3.5.3 Operating, Calibrating, and Maintaining Agricultural MA-H-2.3.1, APM.13 Planting Systems SC-H-3.5.3 MA-H-1.2.1, Operating, Calibrating, and Maintaining Irrigation Systems ASD.6 MA-H-2.1.2 MA-H-2.3.1, Operating, Calibrating, and Maintaining Spraying Systems APM.13 SC-H-3.5.3 Operating, Calibrating, and Maintaining Forage Harvesting MA-H-2.3.1, APM.13 and Handling Systems SC-H-3.5.3 Operating, Calibrating, and Maintaining Grain Harvesting MA-H-2.3.1, APM.13 and Handling Systems SC-H-3.5.3 Operating, Calibrating, and Maintaining Feed Handling APM.13 MA-H-2.3.1,

LC: A6-1

PA-OM1

LC: A6-2

PA-OM1

LC: A6-3

PA-OF6

LC: A6-4

HC-OF1, HCOF2, PA-OM1

LC: A6-5 LC: A6-6 LC: A6-7

PA-OM1 PA-OM1 PA-OM1

LC: A6-8 LC: A6-9

PA-OM1 PA-OM1

LC: A7-1 LC: A7-2 LC: A7-3 LC: A7-4 LC: A7-5 LC: A7-6 LC: A7-7 LC: A7-8

PA-OM1 PA-OB3 PA-OB3 PA-OB3 PA-OB3 PA-OB5 PA-OB5 PA-OA1

LC: A7-9

LC: A8-1 LC: A8-2 LC: A8-3 LC: A8-4

Systems Operating, Calibrating, and Maintaining Animal Waste ASD.6 Management Systems Problem Area 8. Technology Systems Determining the Use of Technology in World Food and AGE.10 Fiber Production Determining the Role of Electronics In Agricultural APM.2 Technology Understanding Monitoring Systems ABM.12 Determining the Role of Precision Technologies ABM.12 ABM.12 ABM.12 ABM.12

SC-H-3.5.3 MA-H-1.2.1, MA-H-2.1.2

PA-OA2

PA-OE1 SS-H-4.3.3, SS-H-5.1.3 PL-H-4.4.2 PL-H-4.4.2 PL-H-4.4.2, PLH-4.4.2 PL-H-4.4.2 PA-OC1 PA-OC1 PA-OC1 PA-OC1 PA-OC1 PA-OC1

LC: A8-5 Understanding Global Positioning Systems (GPS) LC: A8-6 Understanding Geographic Information Systems (GIS) LC: A8-7 Understanding Remote Sensing Technology

UNIT B. EMPLOYABILITY IN AGRICULTURAL/ HORTICULTURAL INDUSTRY
Problem Area 1. Developing Personal Skills LC: B1-1 Self Understanding and Assessment LC: B1-2 Developing Human Relations Skills in the Workplace Problem Area 2. Developing Communication Skills LC: B2-1 Introduction to Communication LC: B2-2 Understanding Effective Communication Techniques LC: B2-3 Developing Listening Techniques LC: B2-4 Identifying Effective Speaking Techniques LC: B2-5 Organizing and Presenting a Persuasive Message LC: B2-6 Using Communication Skills in Appropriate Situations Problem Area 3. Gaining Employment LC: B3-1 Developing Goals LC: B3-2 Obtaining Education for a Job LC: B3-3 Identifying Occupational Competencies LC: B3-4 Finding a Job LC: B3-5 Applying for a Job LC: B3-6 Writing a Resume and Letter of Application LC: B3-7 Succeeding in a Job Interview LC: B3-8 Understanding Conflicts and Their Resolution

Content Process Statements Lookup Table: Course Course Description Content Process Statement

Description - A freshman-level college course which introduces students to a survey of genetics, reproductive AAS.12 - maintain physiology, growth and development, nutrition and digestive records on supervised AAS physiology, anatomy, meat science, animal classification, agricultural experience Advanced current issues and overviews of the dairy, poultry, equine, programs and be able Animal beef, sheep, swine, and aquaculture industries. Opportunity is to summarize and Science provided for students to earn three (3) hours of introductory analyze results in college credit. Content may be enhanced by utilizing making financial appropriate computer applications. Leadership development decisions will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to

have an agricultural experience program. Description - This course introduces the free enterprise system, the study of economic principles, risk management, business law, budgets, finance, recordkeeping, and careers in agribusiness. Basic skills will be developed to manage a farm ABM.12 - discuss GPS ABM - Agri. or agribusiness. Material will include: managing (global positioning Bus/Farm production/inventory, equipment, credit and taxes, market systems) and their Management analysis and developing a business/farm plan. Content may influence on agriculture 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 - 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 ACS ACS.1 - demonstrate fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be Agriculture enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership employability and social Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each student will skills relative to the Skills career cluster 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 ACS fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be ACS.2 - demonstrate Agriculture enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership safe usage of hand Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each student will woodworking and metal Skills be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience working tools 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 ACS ACS.3 - demonstrate of materials, electrification, carpentry, welding, metal Agriculture safe usage of portable fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be Construction and stationary power enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership Skills machines 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 ACS fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be ACS.4 - employ safe Agriculture enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership usage of electric arc Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each student will welding techniques and Skills be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience machines 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 ACS.5 - employ safe ACS fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be usage of gas heating, Agriculture enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership cutting, welding, and Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each student will brazing techniques and Skills be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience equipment 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 ACS fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be Agriculture enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each student will Skills 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.7 - utilize tools, techniques, and formulas for concrete construction.

Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain agricultural structures and equipment. Develops basic skills ACS ACS.8 - demonstrate Agriculture such as: tool identification, interpreting plans, calculating a bill the basic principles of of materials, electrification, carpentry, welding, metal Construction electricity fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be Skills 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 ACS fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be ACS.9 - select proper Agriculture enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership painting materials and Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each student will tools Skills 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 ACS.10 - develop ACS fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be project plans including Agriculture enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership plans and bill of Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each student will materials for agrcultural Skills be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience project construction 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 ACS fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be ACS.11 - relate the Agriculture enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership influence of agricultural Construction development will be provided through FFA. Each student will mechanics industry to Skills be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience globalized production 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 Description - Prepares students to construct and maintain ACS.12 - maintain Agriculture agricultural structures and equipment. Develops basic skills records on supervised Construction such as: tool identification, interpreting plans, calculating a bill agricultural experience

Skills

of materials, electrification, carpentry, welding, metal program and be able to fabrication, plumbing, and masonry. Content may be summarize and analyze enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership results in making development will be provided through FFA. Each student will financial decisions 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 - Agricultural employability skills provides opportunities to develop skills in: job searching, preparing resumes, writing letters of application, job interviews, attitude AES - Agril. AES.6 - manage at work, communicating effectively, human relations and Employability records and information accepting responsibilities. Content may be enhanced with Skills systems for agriculture appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - The course content focuses on exploring current and future agricultural careers as well as the historical events AGE.8 - identify tools, AGE that molded the industry. The local agricultural industry is equipment and Agriscience emphasized, and the local high school program and FFA materials common in Exploration activities are featured. Leadership development will be agriculture. 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 AGE that molded the industry. The local agricultural industry is Agriscience emphasized, and the local high school program and FFA Exploration activities are featured. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Classroom, laboratory and field trip experiences should be provided. AGE.10 - give examples of the new technological developments in agriculture.

ANS Animal Science

Description - Animal Science develops basic knowledge and ANS.12 - maintain skills pertaining to livestock identification, selection, nutrition, records on supervised reproduction and genetics, health management, and marketing of one or more species of farm animals. The latest agricultural experience biotechnological applications will be included. The content program and be able to may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. summarize and analyze results in making Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each financial decisions student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - Animal Technology instruction concentrates on ANT.10 - maintain the advanced production practices and current records on supervised biotechnological applications of one or more species of farm agrcultural experience animals, based on the local community needs. Hands-on program and be able to

ANT Animal Technology

experiences will be emphasized. Content may be enhanced summarize and analyze by utilizing appropriate computer applications. Leadership results in making development will be provided through FFA. Each student will financial decisions be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - This course provides instruction and hands-on experience in basic principles of agricultural machinery assembly, operation, maintenance, service, repair and safety. APM APM.2 - identify the Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer Agriculture applications. Leadership development will be provided through influence of agricultural Power and mechanics industry on FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised Machinery globalized production agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits and offered on a two-hour basis providing the instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience and in-depth skill development. Description - This course provides instruction and hands-on experience in basic principles of agricultural machinery assembly, operation, maintenance, service, repair and safety. APM Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer APM.3 - relate basic Agriculture applications. Leadership development will be provided through engine parts to Power and FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised principles of operations Machinery agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits and offered on a two-hour basis providing the instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience and in-depth skill development. Description - This course provides instruction and hands-on experience in basic principles of agricultural machinery assembly, operation, maintenance, service, repair and safety. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer APM APM.4 - relate engine Agriculture applications. Leadership development will be provided through systems (carburation, FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised Power and compression, and agricultural experience program. This course may be Machinery ignition) to operation extended to two credits and offered on a two-hour basis providing the instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience and in-depth skill development. Description - This course provides instruction and hands-on experience in basic principles of agricultural machinery assembly, operation, maintenance, service, repair and safety. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer APM APM.5 - identify and Agriculture applications. Leadership development will be provided through maintain transmissions FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised Power and and clutches agricultural experience program. This course may be Machinery extended to two credits and offered on a two-hour basis providing the instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience and in-depth skill development.

Description - This course provides instruction and hands-on experience in basic principles of agricultural machinery assembly, operation, maintenance, service, repair and safety. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer APM Agriculture applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised Power and agricultural experience program. This course may be Machinery extended to two credits and offered on a two-hour basis providing the instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience and in-depth skill development.

APM.7 - identify and maintain hydraulic systems

Description - This course provides instruction and hands-on experience in basic principles of agricultural machinery assembly, operation, maintenance, service, repair and safety. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer APM APM.9 - follow Agriculture applications. Leadership development will be provided through maintenance schedules FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised Power and and procedures agricultural experience program. This course may be Machinery extended to two credits and offered on a two-hour basis providing the instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience and in-depth skill development. Description - This course provides instruction and hands-on experience in basic principles of agricultural machinery assembly, operation, maintenance, service, repair and safety. APM Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer APM.13 - develop a Agriculture applications. Leadership development will be provided through plan for preparing Power and FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised equipment for storage Machinery agricultural experience program. This course may be extended to two credits and offered on a two-hour basis providing the instruction is enhanced with laboratory experience and in-depth skill development. Description - This course prepares students to evaluate, design and construct agricultural structures. Students learn to design, evaluate and interpret construction plans and ASD.2 - investigate calculate a bill of materials. The skills learned in the location and ASD - Agri Agricultural Construction Skills course may be incorporated to arrangement o Structures & construct an agricultural structure. Content may be enhanced agricultural structures Design with appropriate computer applications. Leadership and enclosures 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 - This course prepares students to evaluate, ASD - Agri design and construct agricultural structures. Students learn to Structures & design, evaluate and interpret construction plans and Design calculate a bill of materials. The skills learned in the ASD.3 - identify tools, techniques and formulas for concrete and masonry

Agricultural Construction Skills course may be incorporated to construct an agricultural structure. 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. It is recommended that students complete the Agricultural Construction Skills course prior to enrolling. 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 ASD - Agri Agricultural Construction Skills course may be incorporated to Structures & construct an agricultural structure. Content may be enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership Design 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.

contsruction

ASD.5 - layout and level sites using surveying equipment

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 ASD - Agri Agricultural Construction Skills course may be incorporated to ASD.6 - develop Structures & construct an agricultural structure. Content may be enhanced agricultural water and Design waste systems plans with 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 - 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 ASD.7 - develop ASD - Agri Agricultural Construction Skills course may be incorporated to agricultural structures to Structures & construct an agricultural structure. Content may be enhanced converse soil and water Design with appropriate computer applications. Leadership resources 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. EQS Equine Science 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 EQS.11 - maintain records on supervised agricultural experience program and be able to summarize and analyze

appropriate computer applications. Leadership development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have an agricultural experience program.

results in making financial decisons

Description - Greenhouse Technology provides instruction in greenhouse structures and greenhouse environment regulations. Plant growth and development and propagation are included as well as production and maintenance of GHT bedding and container produced plants. Fundamental GHT.10 - maintain, Greenhouse principles of vegetable production and commercial production operate and repair of vegetable crops may be included. Content may be Technology facilities and equipment enhanced with appropriate technology. 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 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 - 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.6 - demonstrate basic agricultural mechanics and construction skills

PAT Principles of Agricultural Science and Technology

PAT.8 - maintain records on supervised agricultrual experience program and be able to summarize and analyze results in making financial decisions

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 PLS - Plant PLS.6 - critique the will be emphasized. Plant composition, reproduction, growth, and Land principles of good land and current biotechnological advances will be included. Science use 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 PLS - Plant will be emphasized. Plant composition, reproduction, growth, and Land and current biotechnological advances will be included. Science 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.10 - maintain records on supervised agricultural experience program and be able to summarize and analyze results in making financial decisions

Description - This course is designed to develop skills in maintenance, repair, and operation of equipment,small SPE.2 - identify basic SPE - Small combustion-type engine and electric motors. Content may be small engine parts and Power & enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership principles of operations Equipment development will be provided through FFA. Each student will and their applications in be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience agriculture program. Description - This course is designed to develop skills in SPE.3 - identify small maintenance, repair, and operation of equipment,small SPE - Small combustion-type engine and electric motors. Content may be engine systems: Power & enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership fuel/air, cooling, Equipment development will be provided through FFA. Each student will compression, ignition, lubercation be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience program. Description - This course is designed to develop skills in SPE.4 - preform maintenance, repair, and operation of equipment,small SPE - Small combustion-type engine and electric motors. Content may be maintenence schedules Power & enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership and proceedures for agricultural small Equipment development will be provided through FFA. Each student will engines 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 SPE - Small combustion-type engine and electric motors. Content may be Power & enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership Equipment 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 SPE - Small combustion-type engine and electric motors. Content may be Power & enhanced with appropriate computer applications. Leadership Equipment development will be provided through FFA. Each student will be expected to have a supervised agricultural experience SPE.5 - practice safe operation procedures and techniques when reparing or operating small engines SPE.7 - determine small engine specifications using precision measuring equipment

program. Core Content Standards Lookup Table: Core Subject Grade MAHHigh Subdomain Section Core Standard

MA - Math

MA-H-1.2.1 - Students will perform addition, subtraction, MA-H-1 MA-H-1.2 - Skills multiplication, and division with Number/computation real numbers in problem-solving situations to specified accuracy. MA-H-1.2.2 - Students will simplify real number MA-H-1 expressions such as those MA-H-1.2 - Skills Number/computation containing opposties, reciprocals, absolute values, exponents, roots, and factorials. MA-H-1.3.4 - Students will understand how ratio and MA-H-1.3 proportion can be used in a Relationships variety of mathematical contexts and to solve real-world 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

MA - Math

MAHHigh

MA - Math

MAHHigh

MA-H-1 Number/computation

MA - Math

MAMA-H-2 HGeometry/Measurement High

MA-H-2.1 Concepts

MA - Math

MAMA-H-2 HGeometry/Measurement High

MA-H-2.1 Concepts

MA - Math

MAMA-H-2 HGeometry/Measurement High

MA-H-2.1 Concepts

pairs, vertical, complementary, supplementary, corresponding, and alternate interior angles MA-H-2.2.2 - Students will classify two-dimensional and three-dimensional geometric figures according to their MAcharacteristics such as lengths MA-H-2 MA-H-2.2 - Skills of sides; angle measures; and HGeometry/Measurement number of sides, faces, edges, High 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 MAMA-H-2 using methods of indirect MA-H-2.2 - Skills HGeometry/Measurement measurement such as similar High triangles and right triangle relationships. MA-H-2.2.4 - Students will use MAMA-H-2 Pythagorean relationships to HMA-H-2.2 - Skills Geometry/Measurement solve problems in real-world and High mathematical situations. MA-H-2.2.6 - Students will calculate surface area and MAMA-H-2 volume of rectangular prisms, HMA-H-2.2 - Skills Geometry/Measurement pyramids, cylinders, cones, and High spheres in problem settings using given formulas. MA-H-2.2.7 - Students will apply formulas for the slope of a line, MAMA-H-2 MA-H-2.2 - Skills distance between two points, HGeometry/Measurement and midpoint of a segment to High solve problems. MAMA-H-2 HGeometry/Measurement High MAMA-H-2 HGeometry/Measurement High MAMA-H-2 MA-H-2.3 Relationships MA-H-2.3 Relationships MA-H-2.3 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-H-2.3.4 - Students will

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA - Math MA - Math

H - Geometry/Measurement High

Relationships

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

MA - Math

MAHHigh MAHHigh MAHHigh MAHHigh

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.1 Concepts

MA - Math

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-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 probability simulations, draw conclusions, and make predictions.

MA - Math

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA - Math

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.2 - Skills

MA - Math

MAHHigh MAHHigh MAHHigh MAHHigh MAHHigh

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.2.5 - Students will represent probabilities in MA-H-3.2 - Skills multiple ways such as fractions, decimals, percentages, and geometric area models. MA-H-3.2.6 - Students will determine probabilities in MA-H-3.2 - Skills situations involving replacement and non-replacement. MA-H-3.3 Relationships MA-H-3.3.1 - Students will understand how outliers affect measures of central tendency. MA-H-3.3.3 - Students will understand and reason about the use and misuse of statistics and statistical representations such as type of graph and choice of scale. MA-H-3.3.4 - Students will use data and curve of best fit to make and defend predictions.

MA - Math

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA - Math

MA - Math

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.3 Relationships

MA - Math

MA-H-3 Probability/Statistics

MA-H-3.3 Relationships

PL-H-3.1 Accessing and assessing consumer information, comparing and PL-H-3.1.1 - The use of evaluating strategies and techniques for PL - Practical PLproducts and evaluating various forms of Living/Vocational H - PL-H-3 - Consumerism services, and consumer information contribute Studies High critiquing to wise purchases. advertisements are necessary for making effective consumer decisions. PL - Practical PLLiving/Vocational H Studies High PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies 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-4.1.3 - Job and career PL-H-4.1 opportunities vary at the Jobs/careers state,national, and international reflect both levels based on demand for individual and goods and services and societal needs. available resources. 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 PL-H-4.3.1 - Employers look for employees who have positive work habits and a good work ethic.

PL - Practical PLLiving/Vocational H Studies High

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL - Practical PLLiving/Vocational H Studies High

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL - Practical PLLiving/Vocational H Studies High

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL - Practical PLLiving/Vocational H Studies High

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

success. PL - Practical PLLiving/Vocational H Studies High PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies PL-H-4.3 Positive and negative work habits impact success. PL-H-4.3.2 - Work habits/ethics can impact the success of a group.

PL - Practical PLLiving/Vocational H Studies High

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

PL-H-4.4 PL-H-4.4.1 - Life-long earning Special skills potential, job options, and job are needed for satisfaction are generally related success in future to the amount and kind of schooling and in educational training of the the workplace. worker. 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-1.1.1 - Matter is made of minute particles called atoms, and atoms are composed of even smaller components. The components of an atom have measurable properties such as mass and electrical charge. Each atom has a positively charged nucleus surrounded by negatively charged electrons. The electric force between the nucleus and the electrons holds the atom together. SC-H-1.1.2 - The atom's nucleus is composed of protons and neutrons that are much more massive than electrons. When an element has atoms that differ in the number of neutrons, these atoms are called different isotopes of the element. SC-H-1.1.3 - The forces that hold the nucleus together, at nuclear distances, are usually stronger than the forces that

PL - Practical PLLiving/Vocational H Studies High

PL-H-4 - Vocational Studies

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.1 Structure of Atoms

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.1 Structure of Atoms

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.1 Structure of Atoms

would make it fly apart. Nuclear reactions convert a fraction of the mass of interacting particles into energy, and they can release much greater amounts of energy than atomic interactions. Fission is the splitting of a large nucleus into smaller pieces. Fusion is the joining of two nuclei at extremely high temperature and pressure. Fusion is the process responsible for the energy of the Sun and other stars. SCHHigh SC-H-1.2 Structure and Properties of Matter SC-H-1.2.1 - Atoms interact with each other by transferring or sharing outermost electrons. These outer electrons govern the chemical properties of the element. SC-H-1.2.3 - Bonds between 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-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.2 Structure and Properties of Matter

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.2 Structure and Properties of Matter

SC - Science

SCHHigh

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 SC-H-1.2 binds them together. In solids, Structure and the 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, SC-H-1.2 they can hardly flow at all. Structure and Semiconducting materials have Properties of intermediate behavior. At low Matter temperatures, some materials become superconductors and offer no resistance to the flow of electrons. SC-H-1.4 Motions and Forces SC-H-1.4 Motions and Forces SC-H-1.4 Motions and Forces SC-H-1.4.1 - Objects change their motion only when a net force is applied. Laws of motion are used to describe the effects of forces on the motion of objects. SC-H-1.4.2 - Gravity is a universal force that each mass exerts on every other mass. 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-H-1.4.4 - Electricity and magnetism are two aspects of a single electromagnetic force. Moving electric charges produce magnetic forces, and moving magnets produce electric forces. This idea underlies the operation of electric motors and generators.

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SCHHigh SCHHigh SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.4 Motions and Forces

SC - Science

SCHHigh SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.5 SC-H-1.5.1 - The total energy of Conservation of the universe is constant. Energy Energy and can be transferred in many Increase in ways, but it can neither be Disorder created nor destroyed. SC-H-1.5 SC-H-1.5.2 - All energy can be Conservation of considered to be either kinetic Energy and energy, potential energy, or

SC - Science

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

Increase in Disorder SCHHigh

energy contained by a field.

SC - Science

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 greater Increase in the atomic or molecular motion, Disorder 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-1.6.1 - Waves, including sound and seismic waves, waves on water, and electromagnetic waves, can transfer energy when they interact with matter. Apparent changes in frequency can provide information about relative motion.

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-1 - Physical Science

SC-H-1.6 Interactions of Energy and Matter

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-3 - Life Science

SC-H-3.2.3 - The broad patterns of behavior exhibited by organisms have changed over time through natural selection to ensure reproductive success. SC-H-3.2 - The Organisms often live in Behavior of unpredictable environments, so Organisms their behavioral responses must be flexible enough to deal with uncertainty and change. Behaviors often have an adaptive logic.

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-3.5.3 - Organisms both cooperate and compete in SC-H-3.5 - The SC-H-3 - Life Science Interdependence ecosystems. Often changes in one component of an of Organisms ecosystem will have effects on

the entire system that are difficult to predict. The interrelationships and interdependencies of these organisms may generate ecosystems that are stable for hundreds or thousands of years. 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 energy SC-H-3.6 for life primarily derives from the Matter, Energy, Sun. Plants capture energy by and absorbing light and using it to Organization in form strong chemical bonds Living Systems between the atoms of carboncontaining 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-3.6.3 - As matter and energy flow through different organizational levels and between living systems and the SC-H-3.6 physical environment, chemical Matter, Energy, elements are recombined in and different ways. Each Organization in recombination results in storage Living Systems and dissipation of energy into the environment as heat. Matter and energy are conserved in each change. SS-H-1.1 SS-H-1.1.3 - The U.S. People form government's response to governments to contemporary issues and establish order, societal problems reflects the provide security, needs, wants, and demands of and accomplish its citizens. common goals.

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-3 - Life Science

SC - Science

SCHHigh

SC-H-3 - Life Science

SS - Social Studies

SSHHigh

SS-H-1 - Government and Civics

SS - Social Studies

SSHHigh

SS-H-3 - Economics

SS-H-3.4 - All societies deal SS-H-3.4.1 - An entrepreneur is a person who organizes and with questions manages a business and/or about enterprise usuall with production, distribution, and considerable initiative and risk. consumption. SS-H-3.4 - All societies deal with questions about production, distribution, and consumption. SS-H-3.4.3 - Investments in capital goods and labor can increase productivity but have significant opportunity costs.

SS - Social Studies

SSHHigh

SS-H-3 - Economics

SS - Social Studies

SSHHigh

SS-H-4 - Geography

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 all settle, and 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 of physical their physical environment. environment limits or promotes human activities. SS-H-5.1 History is an account of SS-H-5.1.3 - Cause-and-effect human activities relationships can be analyzed that is by looking at multiple causation. interpretive in nature.

SS - Social Studies

SSHHigh

SS-H-4 - Geography

SS - Social Studies

SSHHigh

SS-H-5 - History

Skill Standards Lookup Table: Area Topic Skill Skill Standard

HC-O HC Occupational Horticulture Standards HC-O HC Occupational Horticulture Standards PA PA-E Production Employability Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards

HC-OF - Perform routine service and maintenance of tools and equipment HC-OF - Perform routine service and maintenance of tools and equipment PA-EA - Exhibit workplace skills PA-OA - Apply principles of animal science PA-OA - Apply principles of animal science PA-OB - Apply principles of plant science PA-OB - Apply principles of plant science

HC-OF1 - Clean and maintain hand tools.

HC-OF2 - Service selected equipment according to manufacturers recommendations. PA-EA7 - Demonstrate the ability to make career decisions PA-OA1 - Apply principles of livestock nutrition PA-OA2 - Apply principles of health management PA-OB3 - Demonstrate acceptable agronomic practices (seeding rates, plant spacing, planting dates) PA-OB5 - Identify appropriate techniques for harvesting and storage of crops

PA-OC1 - Apply use of related electronic PA PA-O PA-OC - Utilize industry technology (email, computer applications, GPS, Production Occupational resources precision farming, ultrasound, electronic ear Agriculture Standards tags, and computer feeding) PA PA-O PA-OC - Utilize industry Production Occupational resources Agriculture Standards PA PA-O PA-OD - Implement Production Occupational farm business Agriculture Standards management practices PA-OC3 - Maintain awareness of current trends in production agriculture through industry associations, trade journals, and internet resources PA-OD1 - Apply effective record keeping skills including financial records

PA PA-O PA-OD - Implement PA-OD2 - Demonstrate knowledge of budgeting Production Occupational farm business and cash flow Agriculture Standards management practices PA PA-O PA-OD - Implement Production Occupational farm business Agriculture Standards management practices PA-OD3 - Understand requirements for and sources of credit

PA PA-O PA-OE - Determine PA-OE1 - Maintain an awareness of world trade Production Occupational appropriate marketing issues (GMO¶s, drought, trade agreements)

Agriculture

Standards

and sales strategies

PA PA-O PA-OF - Apply PA-OF1 - Utilize basic units of distance, dry and Production Occupational agricultural mathematics liquid measurements Agriculture Standards skills PA PA-O PA-OF - Apply Production Occupational agricultural mathematics Agriculture Standards skills PA PA-O PA-OF - Apply Production Occupational agricultural mathematics Agriculture Standards skills PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA PA-O Production Occupational Agriculture Standards PA-OJ - Apply best management safety practices PA-OJ - Apply best management safety practices PA-OJ - Apply best management safety practices PA-OJ - Apply best management safety practices PA-OJ - Apply best management safety practices PA-OF2 - Calculate break-even prices PA-OF6 - Calculate area and volume measurements (acreage, storage, stocking) PA-OJ2 - Identify and follow emergency, safety and health rules/procedures PA-OJ3 - Identify hazardous substances in the workplace PA-OJ5 - Identify methods of preventing accidents in the workplace PA-OJ6 - Assume responsibility for the personal safety of self and others PA-OJ7 - Report unsafe practices to appropriate personnel PA-OL3 - Use appropriate agricultural terminology PA-OM1 - Identify needs of livestock, crop, and equipment storage PA-OM2 - Calculate and analyze cost of storage PA-OM3 - Demonstrate the ability to safely operate basic agriculture equipment

PA PA-O PA-OL - Utilize industryProduction Occupational related terminology and Agriculture Standards identification systems PA PA-O PA-OM - Utilize Production Occupational agricultural structures Agriculture Standards and facilities PA PA-O PA-OM - Utilize Production Occupational agricultural structures Agriculture Standards and facilities PA PA-O PA-OM - Utilize Production Occupational agricultural structures Agriculture Standards and facilities

PA-ON - Utilize best PA PA-O management practices PA-ON1 - Utilize appropriate soil conservation Production Occupational practices as relates to agricultural Agriculture Standards environmental issues

PA-ON - Utilize best PA PA-O management practices PA-ON2 - Identify and apply appropriate water Production Occupational conservation practices as relates to agricultural Agriculture Standards environmental issues