Introduction to Teaching Agriculture
Introduction to Teaching Agriculture AEE 206
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Time to Teach Now where do I begin Curriculum a variety of meanings What is taught in a single course Sequence of courses Learning activities and experiences that a student has under the direction of the school Learning activities and experiences that students have within agricultural education Curriculum Considerations Student knowledge interests and needs Community needs workforce demands opportunities in area Local state and federal funding Educational political priorities Credit requirementsrestrictions Fiscalstaffing capacity Accountability to the future success of graduates Time to Teach Now where do I begin North Carolina Standard Course of Study Curriculum for all agriculture courses offered in NC Developed in committees that include business amp industry reps university staff teachers etc Available on Includes blueprints instructional outlines and curriculum guides The Curriculum Course Blueprint Curriculum Guide Test Item Bank Vocational Competency Achievement Tracking System VoCATS Instructional Outline Content Outline Curriculum Guide Set of materials and resources to aid in the development of instruction Section One Essential Elements Section Two Course Outline Reference List Section Three Course Blueprint Final Section Tool and Equipment List Supplementary References and Material Course Blueprint Unit A collection of related lessons Competency Something that must be learned in order for the learner to be considered competent by experts in the field Objective The series of goals that must be satisfactorily completed in order to master the competency Pacing Guide Awritten schedule displaying the alignment of concepts topics and skills related to a particular curriculum to be addressed over a defined period of time Example of Pacing Guide Factors that influence pacing guide Time to Plan Yearly plans Monthly plans Unit plans Weekly plans Daily plans No plans Benefits of Lesson Planning Roadmap for teaching Time to motivate students and prepare for individual differences Opportunity to evaluate activities and improve teaching skills Lesson Planning Let s Take a Look at Some Examples Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Preparatory Block Unit and Lesson Titles Educational Goals and Objectives References and Materials Needed Academic Vocabulary Safety Precautions Curriculum Standards Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Introductory Block Interest Approach Review of prior material Any activities that occur at the beginning of thelesson Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Content and TeachingLearning Activities Block Content section Outline of subject matter with key information highlighted Teachinglearning activities strategies used to teach the content Teaching methods Questions Activities Procedural instructions Essential Components of a Lesson Plan SummaryConclusion Block How will the lesson be summarized Connections to prior learning Link to fonNard learning how does this relate to what we will learn tomorrow Application of content How will students be evaluated Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Resources Block Worksheets PowerPoint presentations Note taking guides Handouts Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Other considerations Checks for Understanding Demonstration Modification for English Language Learners Special Needs Students Technology Integration Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Preparatory Block Unit and Lesson Titles Educational Goals and Objectives References and Materials Needed Academic Vocabulary Safety Precautions Curriculum Standards ec ves Instructional Objectives Prior to teaching or even planning a unit teachers must decide what students are to know and be able to do Target must be defined a before the teacher can hit it I a quot gt i i or even figure out how H n to hit it Domains of Educational Objectives Cognitive mental processed and activities Affective attitudes and feelings Psychomotor manipulative skills Setting Up the Objectives The First Step Teacher must make the following decisions What the student will know concepts What the student will be able to do skills What the student will feel attitudes appreciations or ideals Planning Effective Instruction ABCD Format A Audience B Behavior C Conditions D Degree of Proficiency A Audience Who are the learners the objective is intended for Each student will The Gold Group will All students in Ag Science will The fifth period Ag Biology will B Behavior What will the student do to convince you the prescribed learning has taken place Action verbs are used Bloom s list specific examples of describe characteristics of name apply the formula to a problem Bloom s Taxonomy is your friend 9 Hierarchy of 6 cognitive processes Moves from lowest level Knowledge to highest level of cognitive processing Evaluation g39Emaa 5mm C Conditions Under what setting will the behavior be demonstrated or observed Describes the nature of assessment on an essay examination on a unit test by preparing a Tweld by constructing a model r r 39 squot How well must the student perfor to convince you learning has taken place The minimum level of performance taken as evidence of mastery What is important for future growth What is the students past history respond correctly to at least 8 out of 10 ques ons in an essay make specific references to at least three specific causes Putting ABCD Together Each student will solve correctly 8 of 10 soil structure problems presented on an exercise sheet On a multiple choice test the 5th period Ag Science class will identify correct examples of plants with pinnate leaves by responding correctly to at least 8 of the 10 items Components can appear in any order Another Example At the completion of instruction The student Audience will be able to identify feed samples Behavior with 90 percent accuracy Degree given the feed samples provided in class Conditions Essential Components of a Lesson Plan Introductory Block Interest Approach Review of prior material Any activities that occur at the beginning of thelesson Interest ApproachAnticipatory Set How are you going to grab attention and elicit student interest in the lesson How are you going to capture the WOW
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