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Supervised Agriculture Experience 8 th Grade Agriscience
What is an SAE? A practical application of classroom concepts designed to provide real world experiences and develop skills in agriculturally related career areas
What is an SAE? Consists of planned activities conducted outside of class time designed to gain hands- on experience and develop skills in agricultural career areas that interest you.
Activity #1 During the following video, write down 1 piece of information regarding SAE. SAE
Activity #1 Continued Share your piece of information with your group. (30 seconds) Select 1 piece of information to represent your group. (1 minute)
Why is an SAE Important? SAE = Rewards! Careers Gain valuable experience Earn $ Work towards awards
Types of SAEs Exploratory Testing the Waters Research Scientific Study Placement Working a Job Ownership Owning a Business
SAEs in Middle School Introduction to Exploratory SAE Self paced Teach responsibility
Your SAE Challenge Explore an agriculture career path that interests YOU Heres your assignment…….
SAE PROJECT Collect 4 articles related to agriscience MUST be in a FOLDER!!!! Due on OR before March 1 st !
SAE Horticulture I. What is SAE? SAEs are a great way to get classroom credit and FFA awards for doing things like exploring careers, earning money and.
Classroom & Lab Instruction Agriculture & Leadership Development.
Employability Skills SAE Supervised Agricultural Experience.
INTRODUCTION TO SAE PROGRAMS. SAEs are a great way to get classroom credit and FFA awards for doing things like exploring careers, earning money and having.
Introduction to SAE. Objective 6.01 Apply employability skills in work-based learning and career planning activities in order to understand the needs.
What’s in Agriscience Education? Adapted from Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum.
Life Knowledge ® Intro to SAE: Developing My SAE Experience Supervised Agricultural Experience HS 126.
SAE Objective: Identify the component parts of the Supervised Agricultural Experience Record used in the animal science class.
INTRODUCTION TO SAE PROGRAMS Principles of AFNR c 2 A.
National FFA Organization -The largest youth organization in the world -540,000 students currently in ag programs -all 50 states plus Puerto Rico, V.I.
SAE and You!. Objectives Define what a Supervised Agriculture Experience is. Explain the benefits of an SAE program. Describe what the four types of SAE.
Enterprise: General Unit: Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Factor Information needed A.All student in the Ag Ed Program have to have an SAE supported.
Objective 1.03 Understand the importance of SAE to work-based learning.
Introduction to SAE. Read this carefully! Wanted: Landscape Maintenance worker, Operate a lawn mower and power blower. Need a person who can work with.
SAE 7.00 EXAMINE THE SUPERVISED AGRICULTURAL EXPERIENCE COMPONENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES.
Agriscience Unit 6 : Apply employability skills needed in work-based learning and career planning activities in order to understand the needs of today’s.
SAE SupervisedAgriculturalExperience. What are my agricultural interests? b Students have SAE’s to: provide agricultural experiencesprovide agricultural.
So What is an SAE Anyway?. Supervised Agricultural Experience Cognitive and hands on learning experiences where students learn, practice, expand, and.
The Agricultural Education Program 3 Parts: –Classroom/Laboratory Hands-on learning – school does apply to the real world! –FFA Student organization.
Exploratory SAE A look into the Future. What is an Exploratory SAE? Define these terms: Exploratory SAE.
Chapter Selection Chapter Selection Agricultural Careers and Supervised Agricultural Experience Programs (SAEs) Chapter Overview Supervised Agriculture.
MRS. FICKBOHM SAE. Objectives 1. Define SAE 2. Identify the different types of SAE Programs 3. List three examples of each SAE Program.
Agriscience and Technology. What is 8 th grade agriculture about? Developing Leadership Skills Identifying Career Opportunities in Agriculture Introducing.
Lesson 2 Determining the Kinds of an SAE. Common Core / Next Generation Standards Addressed! W.5.1 Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting.
Obtaining Education for a Job. Interest Approach Have students identify several jobs or careers that interest them. Select three that require varying.
Benefits of an SAE Program. Interest Approach Stuff a record book full of play money. While making a few introductory comments, let the money fall out.
Principles of Agriculture Supervised Experience In Agriculture/Horticulture.
Types of SAE Programs. Interest Approach Ask the students to identify the different types of SAE programs. List these on the board. Use proficiency award.
Types of SAE Programs. Student Learning Objectives. Instruction in this lesson should result in students achieving the following objectives: 1 Explain.
Supervised Agricultural Experience Objective 2.02: Understanding the importance of SAE as applied to work based learning.
Introduction to Agriculture Education Mr Oetken Ag Ed Instructor/FFA Advisor.
CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATOR. HOW’D YA DO? Read this carefully! Wanted: Landscape Maintenance worker, Operate a lawn mower and power blower. Need a person.
Principles of Agriculture Education Introduction to Agriculture AAEC – Paradise Valley Fall 2014.
Agricultural Education ClassroomSAEFFA The Agriculture Industry
Introduction to SAE. What is SAE? Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Programs consist of planned practical activities, entrepreneurial skills, or.
SAE Selection AFNR-BAS-3 Explore, develop, and implement the Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) program by researching careers in agriculture and.
Understand importance of SAE to work based learning Objective 2.02.
FFA & Leadership Ch. 4 Lesson 1. Agriculture Education Career Tech Science Career Tech Science 3 Integral (combined) parts 3 Integral (combined) parts.
Principles of Agriculture Determining the Benefits of an SAE.
The purpose of the SAE is to gain work experience in agriculture and build life skills. SAE is a project completed outside of class time that deals.
SAE Supervised Agricultural Experience Ms. Senff Intro To Ag.
Introduction to SAE Essential Standard 2.0: Examine Careers Related to Horticulture.
Introduction to SAE From National SAE Web Site Supervised Agricultural Experience.
Introduction to FFA Ms. Morris. Components of Agriculture Education Classroom and Laboratory FFA –organization for students studying agriculture and natural.
CHASE HIGH SCHOOL Finding Your SAE!. What is an SAE? Supervised Agricultural Experience All supervised agricultural experiences conducted outside of the.
Chapter Selections Chapter Overview Classroom/LaboratoryClassroom/LaboratoryClassroom/Laboratory FFAFFAFFA SAESAESAE TravelTravelTravel Earning MoneyEarning.
Determining the Benefits of an SAE. Common Core/Next Generation Standards Addressed! SL Integrate multimedia and visual displays into presentations.
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