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  • Ag Mech and Welding Syllabus

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    130.22 Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies

    Mr. Yarbrough

                                                                                                                                 

    Course Description:

     

    Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies is a course designed to introduce students to Ag Mechanics skills and career opportunities. The course includes a study of Ag Mechanics tools and procedures, record keeping practices and career leadership opportunities.

     

    Texas Essential Knowledge Subjects:

     

    1. Knowlege of the employability characteristics of a successful worker in the modern                                                                
       work place.

    2. Understand and apply safe work practices

    3. Understand the nutritive value of food constituents.

    4. Utilize tools, equipment and facilities.

    5. Perform metal technology skills.

    6. Perform bench metal techniques.

    7. Utilize cost effective construction techniques.

    8. Measure, mark and cut materials

     

    Course Requirements

    1. The student must abide by all school rules and regulations while in the classroom or laboratory.
    2. The student must take all test and quizzes. Retest is available for all who failed a test for an opportunity to receive a passing grade within 2 days of original test. It is the student’s responsibility to makeup all homework and test.
    3. All students must purchase a pair of Z87 OSHA approved safety glasses and wear them before entering the shop.
    4. The student must satisfy state requirements for a Supervised Agriculture Experience Program (SAEP) as briefly described below.

     

    During the course of the semester, the student is required to accumulate a minimum of 120 hours from SAEP activities. Accumulation of less than 120 hours will not allow the student to pass the course, regardless of your daily and test grades. Of the 120 hours, 45 hours must be obtained outside the class.

                        These hours are obtained by the following methods:

    1. Plant and Animal Production.(Raising animals)

    2. Agriculture Work Experience (Working at a job)

    3.  Applied Activities (Some way related to the class)

       

      Evaluation Procedures

       

      Daily Grades 60% A Minimum of 18 grades per grading period

      Test 40% A Minimum of Six Test grades per grading period

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  • Equine Science Class Syllabus

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     Equine Science Class Syllabus

    Mr. Yarbrough

                                                                                                                                 

    Course Description:

     

    Equine Science is a course designed to introduce students to the study of animals and animal management. The course includes a study of animal nutritional requirements, diseases and grooming procedures, record keeping practices and career leadership opportunities.

     

    Texas Essential Knowledge Subjects:

     

    1. Knowlege of the employability characteristics of a successful worker in the modern                                                                
        work place

    2. Explanation of equine anatomy and physiology   related to nutrition, reproduction,
     health, and management of animals 

    3. Determination of the nutritional requirements of equines

    4. Explanation of genetics and reproduction

    5. Identification of equine pest and diseases

    6. Recognition of equine management techniques

    7. Knowledge of current equine topics

     

    Course Requirements

     

    1. The student must abide by all school rules and regulations while in the classroom or laboratory.
    2. The student must take all test and quizzes Retest is available for all who failed a test for an opportunity to receive a passing grade within 2 days of original test. It is the student’s responsibility to makeup all homework and test.
    3. The student must satisfy state requirements for a Supervised Agriculture Experience Program (SAEP) as briefly described below.

     

    During the course of the semester, the student is required to accumulate a minimum of 120 hours from SAEP activities. Accumulation of less than 120 hours will not allow the student to pass the course, regardless of your daily and test grades. Of the 120 hours, 45 hours must be obtained outside the class.

                        These hours are obtained by the following methods:

    A.    Plant and Animal Production.(Raising animals)

    B.     Agriculture Work Experience (Working at a job)

    C.      Applied Activities (Some way related to the class)

     

    Evaluation Procedures

    Daily Grades 60% A Minimum of 18 grades per grading period

    Test 40% A Minimum of Six Test grades per grading period

     

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