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									Agricultural Experience Program                                                                                            WVEIS 0134

Students enrolled in agricultural education courses have the unique opportunity for experiential and contextual learning on a grand
scale. Students may select and participate in appropriate agricultural enterprises which provide opportunity to acquire skills, earn
money and develop responsibility while also earning high school credit. This course code (WVEIS 0134) provides county school
systems the vehicle whereby credit can be awarded for such individual Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) programs occurring
as an outgrowth from other agricultural education courses. Students receiving SAE credit are students in other agricultural education
courses and are encouraged to become active members of FFA, the national youth organization for those enrolled in agricultural
education. FFA is an integral component of the program and provides curricular opportunities that enhance student achievement.
Teachers should utilize relevant FFA activities to support experiential learning. The West Virginia Standards for 21 st Century Learning
include the following components: 21st Century Content Standards and 21st Century Learning Skills and Technology Tools. All West
Virginia teachers are responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools, and content standards and
objectives.

 Grade 9-12         Agricultural Experience Program
 Standard: 1        Developing a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Program
 ASN.S.SAE.1        Students will identify and investigate appropriate enterprises for supervised agricultural experience programs.

 Objectives         Students will
 ASN.O.SAE.1.1        define and explain the meaning and purpose of SAE programs.
 ASN.O.SAE.1.2        describe the four types of enterprises (entrepreneurial, placement, exploratory, and research) used in SAE
                      programs.
 ASN.O.SAE.1.3 examine the teacher’s role in the student’s SAE program.
 ASN.O.SAE.1.4 illustrate the relationship between SAE and FFA.
 ASN.O.SAE.1.5 complete a personal interest and resource inventory to identify potential enterprises appropriate for their
                      individualized programs.
 ASN.O.SAE.1.6 explore and become engaged in appropriate agricultural enterprises.
 Performance Descriptors (ASN.PD.SAE.1)
                  Above Mastery                                    Mastery                                   Partial Mastery
 The student demonstrates exceptional and          The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
 exemplary performance with distinctive and        and proficient performance and shows a inconsistent performance of fundamental
 sophisticated application of knowledge and        thorough and effective application of     knowledge and skills characterized by
 skills that exceed the standard. Students will knowledge and skills that meet the           errors and/or omissions. Students will
 discuss the intent of the SAE concept and         standard. Students will discuss the       discuss the intent of the SAE concept and
 relate the value of contextual learning and       intent of the SAE concept and its         list five ways it is important to the
 problem-solving skills to the 21st Century        importance to the development of          development of workplace and
 learning initiative. They can describe and        workplace and entrepreneurial skills.     entrepreneurial skills. They can match
provide multiple examples of each type of       They can describe and provide           specific enterprise examples with each type
enterprise used in supervised agricultural      examples of each type of enterprise     of enterprise used in supervised agricultural
experience programs. Students can explain       used in supervised agricultural         experience programs. Students can
the role of the teacher in the SAE and          experience programs. Students can       explain the teacher’s role as an educational
distinguish the teacher from other business     explain the teacher’s role as an        supervisor in the SAE. They will list five
partners. They will develop a plan to align     educational supervisor in the SAE and   awards available through the National FFA
their supervised agricultural experiences with  distinguish the teacher from other      Organization related to success in
awards available through the National FFA       business partners. They will relate     supervised agricultural experience
Organization. Students will complete a          success in supervised agricultural      programs. Students will complete a
personal interest and resource survey and       experiences to awards available         personal interest and resource survey and
work with their parents, potential business     through the National FFA Organization. work with their parents, potential business
partners, and the teacher to design and         Students will complete a personal       partners, and the teacher to design and
initiate an appropriate SAE program. The        interest and resource survey and work   initiate an appropriate SAE program.
student can independently solve problems        with their parents, potential business  Performance needs further development
and is self-directed.                           partners, and the teacher to design and and supervision.
                                                initiate an appropriate SAE program.
                                                Application of knowledge and skills is
                                                thorough and effective, and the student
                                                can work independently.
Standard: 2           Maintaining Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Program Records
ASN.S.SAE.2           Students will accurately maintain SAE records.
Objectives             Students will
ASN.O.SAE.2.1          explain the types of records utilized in agricultural enterprises.
ASN.O.SAE.2.2          describe the importance of a business agreement in SAE records.
ASN.O.SAE.2.3          complete and demonstrate the use of net worth statements, inventories, income and expense logs and other
                       pertinent financial records.
ASN.O.SAE.2.4          acquire supporting documentation of their individual agricultural experience programs.
ASN.O.SAE.2.5          maintain complete and accurate records for individual SAEs.
Performance Descriptors (ASN.PD.SAE.2)
           Above Mastery                                     Mastery                                      Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates                   The student demonstrates competent and         The student demonstrates basic but
exceptional and exemplary                  proficient performance and shows a             inconsistent performance of fundamental
performance with distinctive and           thorough and effective application of          knowledge and skills characterized by errors
sophisticated application of               knowledge and skills that meet the             and/or omissions. Students will list the types
knowledge and skills that exceed the       standard. Students will explain the types,     and uses of SAE records, including those
standard. Students will explain the        need for and use of SAE records, including associated with finances; safety; performance;
types of SAE records and defend the        those associated with finances; safety;        pedigrees; and time. They can list the
need for them. They will develop a         performance; pedigrees; and time. They         components of a business agreement, identify
presentation on the use of SAE          can list and explain the components of a     parties in a business agreement, and read and
records, including those associated     business agreement. They can also            interpret, with some assistance, the meanings
with finances; safety; performance;     explain the role of each party in a business of terms used in business agreements.
pedigrees; and time. They can           agreement and read and interpret the         Students can accurately complete personal net
identify the components of a business meanings of terms used in business             worth statements, inventories, income and
agreement and compose a legally         agreements. Students can accurately          expense logs, and other pertinent financial
binding business agreement.             complete personal net worth statements,      records with substantial supervision. They will
Students can accurately complete        inventories, income and expense logs, and secure supporting documentation of their
personal net worth statements,          other pertinent financial records with       individual enterprise programs. Students will
inventories, income and expense         minimal supervision. They will secure        develop a routine of recording transactions and
logs, and other pertinent financial     supporting documentation of their individual events associated with their supervised
records with minimal supervision.       enterprise programs, including               agricultural experience programs as soon as
They will secure supporting             photographs. Students will develop a         possible after the event. Performance needs
documentation of their individual       routine of recording transactions and        further development and supervision.
enterprise programs, including          events associated with their supervised
photographs and/or journal entries.     agricultural experience programs as soon
Students will develop a routine of      as possible after the event. Application of
recording transactions and events       knowledge and skills is thorough and
associated with their supervised        effective, and the student can work
agricultural experience programs as     independently.
soon as possible after the event. The
student can independently solve
problems and is self-directed.
Standard: 3          Evaluating and Improving Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Programs
ASN.S.SAE.3          Students will summarize and evaluate progress in individual SAEs.
Objectives          Students will
ASN.O.SAE.3.1       summarize financial records to determine net income from the SAE.
ASN.O.SAE.3.2       calculate efficiency factors related to individual SAEs.
ASN.O.SAE.3.3       explore opportunities for SAE expansion and/or improvement.
ASN.O.SAE.3.4       develop a portfolio of substantiating completion of the SAE.
ASN.O.SAE.3.5       research and examine career opportunities related to individual SAEs.
Performance Descriptors (ASN.PD.SAE.3)
              Above Mastery                                    Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and The student demonstrates competent The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and and proficient performance and            inconsistent performance of fundamental
sophisticated application of knowledge and shows a thorough and effective            knowledge and skills characterized by errors
skills that exceed the standard. Students         application of knowledge and skills      and/or omissions. Students will, with
will, with minimal assistance, summarize          that meet the standard. Students         substantial assistance, summarize records at
records at the end of the SAE year,               will, with minimal assistance,           the end of the SAE year and determine net
determine net income, and prepare                 summarize records at the end of the      income. Students will, with substantial
appropriate graphs and/or charts                  SAE year and determine net income.       assistance, calculate efficiency factors
illustrating the performance of the               Students will, with minimal              associated with their individual enterprise
enterprise. Students will calculate and           assistance, calculate efficiency         programs (e.g., yield, average daily gain).
illustrate with graphs and/or charts              factors associated with their            Students will develop a portfolio consisting of,
efficiency factors associated with their          individual enterprise programs (e.g.,    but not limited to: a personal resume; financial
individual enterprise programs (e.g., yield,      yield, average daily gain).              records of the experience program (specific
average daily gain). Students will develop        Students will develop a portfolio        record needs vary with enterprise); and skills
an electronic portfolio consisting of, but not consisting of, but not limited to: a        attained through completion of the SAE.
limited to: a personal resume; financial          personal resume; financial records of    Students will describe opportunities for
records of the experience program (specific the experience program (specific               expansion of the SAE and list career
record needs vary with enterprise); skills        record needs vary with enterprise);      opportunities associated with the selected
attained through completion of the SAE;           skills attained through completion of    enterprise programs. Performance needs
and photos or other supporting                    the SAE; and photos or other             further development and supervision.
documentation. Students will research             supporting documentation. Students
data and conduct interviews with industry         will describe opportunities for
representatives to determine the possibility expansion and diversification of the
of expansion and diversification of the           SAE and research career
SAE. Students will illustrate an educational opportunities associated with the
pathway leading to a career associated            selected enterprise programs.
with the selected enterprise programs.            Application of knowledge and skills is
The student can independently solve               thorough and effective, and the
problems and is self-directed.                    student can work independently.
Standard: 4           Participating in the student organization
ASN.S.SAE.4           Students will participate in a local student organization.

Objectives         Students will
ASN.O.SAE.4.1      identify the purposes and goals of the student/professional organization.
ASN.O.SAE.4.2      explain the benefits and responsibilities of participation in student/professional/civic organization as an adult.
ASN.O.SAE.4.3      demonstrate leadership skills through participation in student/professional/civic organization activities such as
                   meetings, programs, and projects.
Performance Descriptors (ASN.PD.SAE.4)
         Above Mastery                                  Mastery                                         Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates              The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent
exceptional and exemplary             proficient performance and shows a              performance of fundamental knowledge and skills
performance with distinctive and      thorough and effective application of           characterized by errors and/or omissions in
sophisticated application of             knowledge and skills that meet the           participating in a student organization. The student
knowledge and skills that exceed         standard in participating in a student       identifies the purposes and goals of the student
the standard in participating in a       organization. The student identifies the     organization. The student explains the benefits
student organization. The student        purposes and goals of the student            and responsibilities of participation in an
examines the purposes, goals,            organization. The student explains the       organization. The student demonstrates
benefits, and responsibilities of        benefits and responsibilities of             leadership skills through participation in student
participation in a professional          participation in an organization. The        activities such as meetings, programs, and
organization. The student                student demonstrates leadership skills       projects. Performance needs further development
demonstrates leadership skills           through participation in student activities  and supervision.
through participation in activities      such as meetings, programs, and
such as meetings, programs, and          projects. Application of knowledge and
projects. The student can                skills is thorough and effective, and the
independently solve problems and is student can work independently.
self-directed.
Standard: 5          Literacy and Numeracy
ASN.S.SAE.5          Students will demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills required to solve complex, real-world problems
                     associated with their career/technical content area and improve their thinking and reasoning skills.
Objectives           Students will
ASN.O.SAE.5.1 utilize a variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to complete
                     career/technical assignments and projects.
ASN.O.SAE.5.1 demonstrate writing skills required to complete career/technical assignments and projects.
ASN.O.SAE.5.1 demonstrate accuracy in calculating and measuring graphical work required to complete career/technical
                     assignments and projects.
ASN.O.SAE.5.1 analyze tables, charts, graphs and multiple data sources to complete career/technical assignments and projects.
Performance Descriptors (ASN.PD.SAE.5)
             Above Mastery                                    Mastery                                     Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional         The student demonstrates competent         The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent
and exemplary performance with               and proficient performance and shows       performance of fundamental knowledge and skills
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of       characterized by errors and/or omissions in
of knowledge and skills that exceed the knowledge and skills that meet the              literacy and numeracy. The student selects a
standard in literacy and numeracy. The standard in literacy and numeracy. The variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet,
student chooses a variety of technical       student utilizes a variety of technical    manuals, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to
sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,            sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,          complete career/technical assignments and
journals, directions, reports, etc.) to      journals, directions, reports, etc.) to    projects; reproduces writing skills required to
complete career/technical assignments complete career/technical assignments complete career/technical assignments and
and projects; performs writing skills        and projects; demonstrates writing skills projects; illustrates accuracy in calculating and
required to complete career/technical        required to complete career/technical      measuring graphical work required to complete
assignments and projects;                   assignments and projects;                  career/technical assignments and projects; and
communicates accuracy in calculating        demonstrates accuracy in calculating       explains tables, charts, graphs and multiple data
and measuring graphical work required and measuring graphical work required sources to complete career/technical
to complete career/technical                to complete career/technical               assignments and projects. Performance needs
assignments and projects; and               assignments and projects; and              further development and supervision.
evaluates tables, charts, graphs and        analyzes tables, charts, graphs and
multiple data sources to complete           multiple data sources to complete
career/technical assignments and            career/technical assignments and
projects. The student can                   projects. Application of knowledge and
independently solve problems and is         skills is thorough and effective and the
self-directed.                              student can work independently.
Standard: 6            21st Century Learning Skills
ASN.S.SAE.6            The student will
                            access and manipulate information for use in oral, written, or multimedia format using appropriate
                              technology skills.
                            apply sound reasoning processes to solve complex real-world problems and develop new ideas.
                            exhibit leadership and ethical behavior in planning and executing tasks, as an individual or a group
                              member.
Objectives             Students will
ASN.O.SAE.6.1          search online using a range of technology tools and media to access relevant information needed for problem
                       solving.
ASN.O.SAE.6.1          create information for oral, written, and multimedia communications, adhering to copyright laws.
ASN.O.SAE.6.1          engage in problem solving and critical thinking processes to create and evaluate complex strategies in order to
                       independently solve problems.
ASN.O.SAE.6.1          adapt to new situations by considering multiple perspectives and a commitment to continued learning.
ASN.O.SAE.6.1          exhibit ethical behavior and positive leadership while working collaboratively in the school and/or community.
ASN.O.SAE.6.1          model legal and ethical behaviors in the use of technology.
Performance Descriptors (ASN.PD.SAE.6)
              Above Mastery                                   Mastery                                     Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional        The student demonstrates competent         The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent
and exemplary performance with              and proficient performance and shows       performance of fundamental knowledge and skills
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of      characterized by errors and/or omissions in 21st
of knowledge and skills that exceed the knowledge and skills that meet the             century learning skills. The student explains
standard in 21st century learning skills.   standard in 21st century learning skills.  online technology tools and media to access
The student assesses online                 The student searches online using a        relevant information needed for problem solving;
technology tools and media to access        range of technology tools and media to identifies information for oral, written, and
relevant information needed for             access relevant information needed for multimedia communications, adhering to
problem solving; critiques information      problem solving; creates information for copyright laws; discusses problem solving and
for oral, written, and multimedia           oral, written, and multimedia              critical thinking processes to create and evaluate
communications, adhering to copyright       communications, adhering to copyright       complex strategies in order to independently
laws; integrates problem solving and        laws; engages in problem solving and        solve problems; discusses new situations by
critical thinking processes to create and   critical thinking processes to create and   considering multiple perspectives and a
evaluate complex strategies in order to     evaluate complex strategies in order to     commitment to continued learning; reviews
independently solve problems;               independently solve problems; adapts        ethical behavior and positive leadership while
interprets new situations by considering    to new situations by considering            working collaboratively in the school and/or
multiple perspectives and a                 multiple perspectives and a                 community; and describes legal and ethical
commitment to continued learning;           commitment to continued learning;           behaviors in the use of technology. Performance
incorporates ethical behavior and           exhibits ethical behavior and positive      needs further development and supervision.
positive leadership while working           leadership while working collaboratively
collaboratively in the school and/or        in the school and/or community; and
community; and reinforces legal and         models legal and ethical behaviors in
ethical behaviors in the use of             the use of technology. Application of
technology. The student can                 knowledge and skills is thorough and
independently solve problems and is         effective and the student can work
self-directed.                              independently.

Standard: 7         Entrepreneurship Skills
ASN.S.SAE.7         Students will access the opportunities, concepts, processes, and personal traits/behaviors associated with
                    successful entrepreneurial performance.
Objectives          Students will
ASN.O.SAE.7.1 assess global trends in entrepreneurship that are related to their career/technical program.
ASN.O.SAE.7.1 determine entrepreneurial opportunities in venture creation related to their career/technical program.
ASN.O.SAE.7.1 examine desirable entrepreneurial personality traits.
Performance Descriptors (ASN.PD.SAE.7)
             Above Mastery                                  Mastery                                    Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional       The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent
and exemplary performance with             and proficient performance and shows      performance of fundamental knowledge and skills
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of    characterized by errors and/or omissions in
of knowledge and skills that exceed the knowledge and skills that meet the           entrepreneurship skills. The student lists global
standard in entrepreneurship skills. The standard in entrepreneurship skills. The trends in entrepreneurship that are related to
student critiques global trends in         student assesses global trends in         their career/technical program; describes
entrepreneurship that are related to       entrepreneurship that are related to      entrepreneurial opportunities in venture creation
their career/technical program;            their career/technical program;           related to their career/technical program; and
evaluates entrepreneurial opportunities determines entrepreneurial                   identifies desirable entrepreneurial personality
in venture creation related to their       opportunities in venture creation related traits. Performance needs further development
career/technical program; and              to their career/technical program; and    and supervision.
assesses desirable entrepreneurial    examines desirable entrepreneurial
personality traits. The student can   personality traits. Application of
independently solve problems and is   knowledge and skills is thorough and
self-directed.                        effective and the student can work
                                      independently.

								
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