Macon Beck
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    What is an SAE?


    Grade Level: 8th-9th

    Subject: Introduction to Agricultural, Food, and Natural Resources

    Duration: 50 minutes

    DOK Level: 2-3

    SAMR Level: Substitution

    Indiana Standard: IAFNR-3.1 Explain the nature of and become familiar with those terms related to an SAE program

    IAFNR-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?


    1. Start the google slide presentation What is an SAE?

    2. Stop at slide 7 and show the video SAE Experience it

    3. Break the students into groups and have them brainstorm types of SAE

    4. Go over examples as a class

    5. Resume the slide presentation

    6. In groups have the students create a list of 10 benefits of an SAE

    7. Have the groups share their top three benefits

    8. Explain the their assignment given through google classroom

    Product 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.