Career Technical Education Skills - Ag, FCS, IT, Business

CTE - Introduction to Agriculture

Agriculture Literacy

Unit Outcome

Communicate about a variety of agriculture topics

A1.1.1

I can communicate informally about an agricultural topic.

A1.1.2

I can communicate individually about an agricultural topic.

A1.1.3

I can communicate in a small group about an agricultural topic.

 

SAE/Record Keeping

Unit Outcome

Analyze and interpret data and/or business problems.

A1.1.1

I can analyze data related to my record keeping.

A1.1.2

I can interpret the data and relate it to my record keeping.

A1.1.3

I can analyze a business problem and critically think about how to solve this problem.

 

Public Speaking

Unit Outcome

Utilize poise, confidence, and strong delivery skills in order to speak in front of a group of people

A1.1.1

I can memorize and deliver the FFA creed.

A1.1.2

I can explain and utilize the techniques associated with parliamentary procedures.

A1.1.3

I can recognize the various delivery techniques necessary for the audience.

 

Animal Science

Unit Outcome

Identify the anatomy for a variety of species as well as the advantages/disadvantages to the various breeds of animals

A1.1.1

I can identify the various anatomy parts on select species of livestock.

A1.1.2

I can describe the function of the anatomy of select species of livestock.

A1.1.3

I can recognize the various breeds of livestock as well as explain the advantages/disadvantages of various breeds of livestock.

 

Plant Science

Unit Outcome

Identify common crops and weeds as well and explain cultural practices related to plant science.

A1.1.1

I can identify common crops and weeds.

A1.1.2

I can describe the function of crops and weeds.

A1.1.3

I can explain the various methods used to cultivate crops not only in the United States but in other countries.

Academic Vocabulary

 

 

Ag Mechanics

Unit Outcome

Model basic arc welding skills

A1.1.1

I can identify the necessary tools for welding.

A1.1.2

I can weld utilizing the skills of start/stops, stringers, beads, and butt joint in the flat position.

A1.1.3

I can explain the various uses of welding.

Academic Vocabulary

 

CTE–Orientation to Family Consumer Science

Development of Self

Unit Outcome

 

Recognize how to set goals and better oneself utilizing basic skills

 

FCS1.1

I can read and implement instructions.

 

FCS 1.2

I can apply math skills to set situations

 

FCS 1.3

I can utilize my creativity to engineer and design projects.

 

FCS1.4

I can follow sanitation and safety of tools while maintain proper care of items.

 

FCS1.5

I can communicate and collaborate in certain situation while bettering oneself utilizing constructive criticism to improve.

 

 

Childcare

Unit Outcome

 

Apply appropriate methods to understand the proper way to care for children

 

FCS 2.1

I can apply appropriate safety measures to care for children.

 

FCS 2.2

I can recognize the developmental milestones and stages in a child’s life.

 

FCS 2.3

I can apply basic care in taking care of a child.

 

 

Interior Design

Unit Outcome

 

Recognize the important elements of interior design and apply these principles

 

FCS 3.1

I can apply the elements and principles of design.

 

FCS3.2

I can recognize various housing options.

 

FCS 3.3

I can create a floor plan to scale.

 

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Textiles and Design

Unit Outcome

 

Design and create a textile project.

 

FCS4.1

I can measure appropriately.

 

FCS4.2

I can follow pattern instructions

 

FCS4.3

I can choose appropriate materials and methods to create a project.

 

 

Foods and Nutrition

Unit Outcome

 

Apply food preparation skills

 

FCS 5.1

I can understand the rules of etiquette related to food preparation.

 

FCS5.2

I can apply safety and sanitation rules to food preparation

 

FCS 5.3

I can apply recipe skills, measuring accurately and follow all assembly instructions.

 

 

CTE–Production Technology

Health, Safety, and Care of Supplies and Equipment

Unit Outcome

Demonstrate appropriate use and knowledge of materials, tools, and supplies.

A8.1.1

I can demonstrate safe handling of materials, tools, and supplies.

A8.1.2

I can demonstrate appropriate cleanup and storage of materials, tools, and supplies.

 

Mathematical Computation

Unit Outcome

 

Apply appropriate methods to measure using a steel ruler and a tape measure.

 

IT2.1

I can measure appropriately to the nearest 1/16.

 

IT2.2

I can use measurements to create a plan for a project.

 

IT 2.3

I can use measurements to execute a project.

 

 

Planning/Drafting

Unit Outcome

Recognize the importance of planning and procedures necessary for construction.

 

IT 3.1

I can apply the elements and principles of design.

 

IT.2

I can create a plan using the appropriate template.

 

IT3.3

I can create a plan to scale and use it to execute an end product.

 

IT.3.4

I can read and draw multi-view drawings

 

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Project

Unit Outcome

 

Design and create a project.

 

IT4.1

I can measure appropriately for the project.

 

IT4.2

I can follow instructions for the project.

 

IT4.3

I can choose appropriate materials and methods to create a project.

 

 

Production Mindset

Unit Outcome

 

Understand the on the job mindset that this career and technical related course requires

 

IT 5.1

I can understand the importance of work time in the classroom and can develop a plan if it is missed.

 

IT 5.2

I can recognize the importance of timelines and can justify the need for extension of time as necessary.