COVID-19 LESSON PLANS

A.) You will need to find and watch a Youtube video over some type of asexual plant propagation.
You will need to complete the following:
  1. Write a short explanation describing the propagation methods used in the video.
  2. Explain why the poster of the video chose that particular propagation method.
  3. Write down the name of the video and/or copy the video link to your explanation.
B.) You will need to find five plants that are around your house. Then you will need to do a sketch of each plant and find out it common name of the plant. Email or share with me pictures of your sketches with the name of the plants on them.

Assignments for Extended Leave due to COVID19

Students will need to find and watch a Youtube video over some type of asexual plant propagation.
Students will need to complete the following:
  1. Write a short explanation describing the propagation methods used in the video.
  2. Explain why the poster of the video chose that particular propagation method.
  3. Write down the name of the video and/or copy the video link to your explanation.

Lesson Plans for 8/26 to 8/30

Monday (8/26):

Students will discuss in class possible careers in animal science. Then students will start working on the “Advertising Careers in Plant & Soil Science” Project, the details of the project will be posted on Google Classroom. The project will be due at the end of class on Thursday and will count as a lab grade.

Tuesday (8/27):

Students will continue working on the “Advertising Careers in Plant & Soil Science” Project, the details of the project will be posted on Google Classroom. The project will be due at the end of class on Thursday and will count as a lab grade.

Wednesday (8/28):

Students will continue working on the “Advertising Careers in Plant & Soil Science” Project, the details of the project will be posted on Google Classroom. The project will be due at the end of class on Thursday and will count as a lab grade.

Thursday (8/29):

Students will finish working on the “Advertising Careers in Plant & Soil Science” Project, the details of the project will be posted on Google Classroom. The project will be due at the end of class on Thursday and will count as a lab grade.

Friday (8/30):

Students will do a walk through activity with their projects, then the class will hang their projects in the hall.

Extra Credit Opportunity

White Oak FFA will be hosting a livestock show starting at 9:00 AM on Saturday, August 24th. The event will be held at the Maude Cobb Ag Center next to the Rodeo Arena. Students can help with the event or just watch some of the action. This is an extra credit opportunity for students to earn extra credit for this class.

Lesson Plans for 8/19 to 8/23

Monday (8/19):

Students will start working on the “Crops: A History” Project, the details of the project will be posted on Google Classroom. The project will be due at the end of class on Wednesday and will count as both a lab. Students will being presenting their projects to the class on Thursday, presentations will need to be 5 to 10 minutes.

Tuesday (8/20):

Students will continue working on the “Livestock: A History” Project, the details of the project will be posted on Google Classroom. The project will be due at the end of class on Wednesday and will count as both a lab. Students will being presenting their projects to the class on Thursday, presentations will need to be 5 to 10 minutes.

Wednesday (8/21):

Students will finish working on the “Livestock: A History” Project, the details of the project will be posted on Google Classroom. The project will be due at the end of class on today and will count as both a lab. Students will being presenting their projects to the class on Thursday, presentations will need to be 5 to 10 minutes.

Thursday (8/22):

Students will begin presenting their “Livestock: A History” Project to the class. This will count as a test grade, and presentations will need to last 5 to 10 minutes in length.

Friday (8/23):

Students will be presenting their “Livestock: A History” Project to the class. This will count as a test grade, and presentations will need to last 5 to 10 minutes in length.

White Oak FFA Dues & T-Shirt Order Form

Please complete the form below to the best of your ability, once you have submitted your form, you will need to bring your money to one of the Ag Science teachers (Ms. McSwain, Mr. Freeman, or Ms. Turner). NO ORDER WILL BE COMPLETE UNTIL A PAYMENT FOR THE T-SHIRT HAS BEEN MADE.

White Oak FFA Dues & T-Shirt Order Form

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeA5MA7YdolC_2tIfcNHNhWSWa9R1GtkVfHzngC89MjCcXgiw/viewform

8/15 to 8/16

Thursday, August 15th

We will be:

Giving class introductions (Playing the Vegetable Name Game), receiving Class Supplies List, Google Classroom Login information, Remind101 Login information, and other start year procedures.

Friday, August 16th

We will be:

Finishing anything that was not completed from yesterday, then going over the class syllabus, rules, and procedures.

Meet the Teacher & Class Supplies

Meet the Teacher for White Oak High School will be from 6:00 to 7:00 PM on Monday, August 12th. This will also be the Open House for the White Oak High School’s Science Wing.

Supplies students will need for this class are as follows:

          Composition Book

          1 – 1 lb container of Disinfectant Wipes

          2 rolls of Paper Towels

          Pencils/Pens

The first day of classes for the White Oak ISD will be Thursday, August 15th.

 

The last day for students to receive a schedule change will be Friday, August 30th.