In this lab, students will practice introducing themselves. They will be able to say their names, nationality, interests, and their jobs.NCSSFL-ACTFL Can-Do Statements:I can introduce myself using practiced or memorized words and phrases, with the help of gestures or visuals.I can answer questions about my favorite weekend activities.I can fill in a chat box by answering who, what, where, and or when questions.
In this lab, students will practice introducing themselves. They will be able to say their names, nationality, interests, and their jobs.
Grade Level: 8th-9thSubject: Introduction to Agricultural, Food, and Natural ResourcesDuration: 50 minutesDOK Level: 2-3SAMR Level: SubstitutionIndiana Standard: IAFNR-3.1 Explain the nature of and become familiar with those terms related to an SAE programIAFNR-3.2 Explore the numerous possibilities for an SAE program which a student might develop Objective: Students will be able to correctly identify the major types of SAEs with 100% accuracy. Students will be able to identify five possible SAE available to them.Essential Question: What is an SAE?Procedure: Start the google slide presentation What is an SAE?Stop at slide 7 and show the video SAE Experience itBreak the students into groups and have them brainstorm types of SAEGo over examples as a classResume the slide presentationIn groups have the students create a list of 10 benefits of an SAEHave the groups share their top three benefitsExplain the their assignment given through google classroomProduct or Assessment: The students will develop a list of 10 possible SAE that they personal could do. They are to choose one SAE and write a paragraph describing it. The last part of the assignment is for them to create three goals for their SAE to be completed by the end of the semester.
In this lab, students will pick a historical figure, an athlete, or celebrity and search information on the person. After searching the person, students will ask and answer questions about the person that they chose.