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									Course:    6th Grade – 02.012 Exploring Agriculture Education
Unit 3

           Going Green in Horticulture and Plant Science



Georgia Performance Standards:                                              MSAGED6-5


Academic Standards:                                              M6D2, M6M2


National Standards:

Objectives:
    1) Define Horticulture.
    2) Compare / contrast the horticulture and agriculture industry.
    3) Identify the four areas of the horticulture industry: Floriculture,
    Olericulture, Nursery/Landscape, Pomology




Teaching Time:      Ten 50-minute class periods




Grade: 6




                 Course: 6th Grade-02.012 Exploring Agriculture Education
                                          Unit 3
                                    Revised June 2010

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Essential Questions:
         What is horticulture?
         What are some horticultural careers?
         How do plants grow?
         What do plants need to grow?
         What are the parts of the plant?
         What parts of the plant do we eat?
         How is math used for statistical analysis of plant diseases in nurseries?



Unit Understandings, Themes, and Concepts:
Horticulture is an important part of agriculture. The four major areas of
horticulture provide numerous career opportunities.




Primary Learning Goals:
Students will be able to describe the scope of the horticulture industry, identify
the parts of the plant, Identify the edible parts of plants, explain plant nutrition,
and describe the process of photosynthesis.


Students with disabilities: For students with disabilities, the
instructor should refer to the individual student's IEP to insure that the
accommodations specified in the IEP are being provided within the classroom
setting. Instructors should familiarize themselves with the provisions of Behavior
Intervention Plans that may be part of a student's IEP. Frequent consultation
with a student's special education instructor will be beneficial in providing
appropriate differentiation within any given instructional activity or requirement.


                    Course: 6th Grade-02.012 Exploring Agriculture Education
                                             Unit 3
                                       Revised June 2010

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Assessment Method/Type:
____ Constructed Response                  ____ Peer Assessment
_X__ Combined Methods                      ____ Selected Response
____ Informal Checks                       ____ Self Assessment


References:
Lee, Jasper and Diana L. Turner. Agriscience. Interstate Publishers Inc.
      Danville, IL, 1997. ISBN 0-13-117216-6

United States Department of Agriculture Home Page, http://www.usda.gov



Materials and Equipment:
Overhead projector                                          Transparency
Eraser board                                                Handout
LCD Projector                                               Computer



POWERPOINTS:
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1a-powerpoint
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1b-powerpoint
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1c-powerpoint
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1d-meeting human needs
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1P Alternative_Vegetable_Crops
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1P Fiber_Production_quiz_game_J_Corbett_July_2005
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1P Grains,OilandSpecialtyFieldCropProductionLarryStine
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1P HistoryofAmericanAgricultureSavelle/Kennedy/FF
AG-BAS-02.471-01.1P Where_does_your_food_come_from




                   Course: 6th Grade-02.012 Exploring Agriculture Education
                                            Unit 3
                                      Revised June 2010

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Web Resources:
      www.gaaged.org
      http://www.homeschoolhelperonline.com/worksheets/images/label_parts_plant.gif
      http://laika.ed.csuohio.edu/SUM00/ETE567/plants/plant.htm
      http://www.craftjr.com/plant-life/how-do-plants-grow-word-sea/
      http://www.classroomjr.com/plant-life-for-kids/plant-parts-worksheet/
      http://www.classroomjr.com/plant-life-for-kids/plant-life-worksheet/
      http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/plantsgrow.html
      http://www.markofthepencil.com/pages/photosynthesis-worksheet.gif
      http://www.growingthenextgeneration.com/teachers-guide-games-explained.html
      http://earthguide.ucsd.edu/earthguide/diagrams/photosyntheis/photosynthesis_game.html
      http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/case4/index.html
      http://www.kidzone.ws/science/seeds.htm


Videos from Americas Heartland Web Site
http://www.americasheartland.org/episodes/episode_101/love_of_land.htm#
http://www.americasheartland.org/episodes/episode_104/sweetest_ears.htm#
http://www.americasheartland.org/episodes/episode_220/a_passion_for_poultry.html
http://www.americasheartland.org/episodes/episode_118/denim.htm#


Additional Web Resources:
http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usdahome


Georgia Performance Standards:                                MSAGED6-5
Express knowledge of the area of horticulture.
a) Define Horticulture.
b) Compare / contrast the horticulture and agriculture industry.
c) Identify the four areas of the horticulture industry: Floriculture, Olericulture,
Nursery/Landscape, Pomology




Academic Standards:                                           M6D2, M6M2



                     Course: 6th Grade-02.012 Exploring Agriculture Education
                                              Unit 3
                                        Revised June 2010

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M6D2      Students will use experimental and simple theoretical
          probability and will understand the nature of sampling.
          They will also make predictions from investigations.

M6M2      Students will use appropriate units of measure for
          finding length, perimeter, area, and volume and will
          express each quantity using the appropriate unit.




       Course: 6th Grade-02.012 Exploring Agriculture Education
                                Unit 3
                          Revised June 2010

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                             Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum




TEACHING PROCEDURE

Lesson   1
   1.    Identify and review the Standards.
   2.    Review Essential Questions (should be posted in classroom)
   3.    Review the unit vocabulary.
   4.    Lead a discussion about the four areas of the horticulture industry.
          What is “horticulture?”
                 o Answer: The culture of plants for food, comfort, and beautification
                 purposes
          What does the term “horticulture” mean in Latin?
                 o Answer: Garden culture
          What is “olericulture?”
                 o Answer: The area of horticulture that involves the planting, harvesting,
                     storing, processing and marketing of vegetable crops
          What are some examples of vegetable crops?
                 o Examples: Sweet corn, tomatoes, lettuce
          What is “pomology?”
                 o Answer: The area of horticulture that involves planting, harvesting,
                     storing, processing and marketing of fruit and nut crops
          What are some examples of fruit and nut crops?
                 o Examples: Peaches, strawberries, walnuts
          What two areas of horticulture make up ornamental horticulture?
                 o Answer: Floriculture and nursery/landscape
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           What is “floriculture?”
              o Answer: The area of horticulture associated with producing,
                   transporting and using cut flowers, potted plants, and annual bedding
                   plants
           What is “nursery/landscape horticulture?”
              o Answer: The production and use of plants to beautify the environment
           What is a nursery?
              o Answer: A place which specializes in growing and caring for plants,
                   shrubs and ornamental trees that can later be transported to landscape
                   areas
           What are some examples of landscape horticulture?
              o Examples: Designing landscapes, landscape maintenance

5. Have students complete the Areas of Horticulture Quiz.
       See attached supplementary files



• LESSON 2: COMPARE/CONTRAST HORTICULTURE AND AGRICULTURE

1.   Review Essential Questions.

           How does horticulture differ from and compare to agriculture?

2. Lead a discussion about the two industries.
       Ask students, “What is the difference between agriculture and horticulture?”
              o Answer: Agriculture deals with raising livestock, cultivating the soil, and
                  producing row crops, including some fruits and vegetables. Horticulture
                  produces flowers, fruits, and vegetables, especially in garden or
                  orchards.
       Is horticulture primarily large scale or small scale production?
              o Answer: Small scale
       Is agriculture primarily large scale or small scale production?
              o Answer: Large scale
       What kinds of things are produced in agriculture that are not produced in
      horticulture?
              o Examples: Cattle, wheat, cotton, pigs

3. Comparing/Contrasting Activity
       Have students complete the Compare and Contrast Horticulture and
                    Agriculture worksheet.
              See attached supplementary files
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• LESSON 3: CAREERS IN HORTICULTURE

1.   Review Essential Questions. Post Essential Questions in the classroom.

            What are some careers in the horticulture industry?

2. I Want to Work in Horticulture!
       Ask students, “Which of the unit vocabulary words are examples of horticulture
            careers?”
              o Answer: Landscape designer, nursery employee, florist, arborist,
                 orchardist, golf course manager, horticultural salesperson, extension
                 agent, groundskeeper, greenhouse employee, garden center employee,
                 interiorscaper and professor/teacher
       What do each of these different jobs do?
              o Have students complete the Careers in Horticulture handout to learn
                 about each of the different careers.
                        See attached supplementary files

3. After    students have completed the handout, lead a discussion about the careers.
            Do you know anyone who works in horticulture?
            Did any of these jobs interest you? Why or why not?
            What are some places in the community that will hire you to work in
             horticulture?



• LESSON 4: PLANT RESEARCH

1.   Review Essential Questions. Post Essential Questions in the classroom.

            How are plants identified?
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2. Plant Identification
        Show the Junior FFA Floriculture PowerPoint presentation to the class.
              o See attached supplementary files
              o Note: There is a picture quiz on plant identification at the end of the
                   PowerPoint.
        Lead a discussion on plant identification during the PowerPoint.
              o Ask students to point out any plants that are grown at their house or are
                     native to the area.
              o Ask students, “Which type of horticulture would this plant fall under?”
              o Instruct students to keep in mind a plant to do a research project on.

3. Plant Research Project
        Have students choose one of the plants they saw in the PowerPoint to do a
           project on.
        Using the Flower Research Graphic Organizer, students should research their
           plant and create a presentation about it for the class.
                See attached supplementary files
        Tell students their research presentations can include PowerPoints, posters,
           reports or any other creative method.
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• LESSON 5: PLANT NOMENCLATURE


1.   Review Essential Questions

           How do horticulturalists name plants?

2. Lead a discussion about nomenclature.
       Ask students, “What is nomenclature?”
       What is the difference between a genus and specie?
       If humans are called Homo sapiens, what part is the genus and which part is the
             specie?
       Why is Latin the chosen language for plant nomenclature?
       What types of things can Latin names tell us about a plant?
               o Examples: Color, country of origin, shape of petals and leaves
       Do we call plants by their Latin name or by a different name?

3. Have students complete The Name Game worksheet to practice using Latin
nomenclature.
        See attached supplementary files


• LESSON 6: PLANT ANATOMY


1.   Review Essential Questions. Post Essential Questions in the classroom.

           What are the parts of the plant?

2. Vegetative Plant Structures
       Review functions of each of the three vegetative structures with the class.
          Show pictures of the different structures to the class.
              o Roots
                       Roots are the portion of the plant that grow underground
                       Functions: Anchor the plant into the ground, absorb water, air,
                         and nutrients from the soil
                       Types of Root Systems
                              Taproot: One major root is larger than the rest
                                     o Example: Carrots
                              Fibrous: Many very small roots that spread out into the
                             soil
                                     o Example: Grass roots
              o Stem
                       Function: Support and transportation
                       Xylem: Tissue that carries water and nutrients from the roots
                         to the leaves
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                          Phloem: Tissue that carries nutrients from the leaves down to
                           the roots, supplying non-nutrient producing organs and
                           structures
               o   Leaves
                         Function: Pull raw material from air, water, and soil and
                           transform them into nutrients for the plant using photosynthesis
                         Photosynthesis: Process using energy from sunlight to convert
                           water and carbon dioxide into carbohydrates and oxygen
                                Carbohydrates are stored and oxygen is released into the
                                   atmosphere
Access http://www.homeschoolhelperonline.com/worksheets/images/label_parts_
plant.gif or http://laika.ed.csuohio.edu/SUM00/ETE567/plants/plant.htm to find
worksheets for students to label parts of the plant.
                o Students can either label the parts on the worksheet, or draw and label
                   a picture of the plant they researched in Lesson 4.

3. Reproductive Plant Structures
       Review functions of each of the reproductive structures with the class. Show
          pictures of the different structures during the review.
              o Flowers
                       Function: Pollinate, fertilize and reproduce
                       Flowers come in a variety of shapes and sizes
              o Fruit
                       The fruit is a mature plant ovary, or female reproductive
                      structure
                       All flowering plants for some type of fruit during the
                          reproduction process
                               Examples: Peaches, berries, pea pods, tomatoes, okra,
                              and peppers
              o Seed
                       Seeds, each containing the embryo of a new plant, form inside
                          the fruit
                       Under the right conditions, the seed will germinate
                       Germination: Beginning of the growth process, when the young
                          plant sends its roots into the soil and its stem and leaves into the
                          air

4. Plant Life Review Activities
        In order to review for the plants quiz, students can complete any of the
           following activities:
               o How Do Plants Grow Word Search
                        From http://www.craftjr.com/plant-life/how-do-plants-grow-
                            word-sea/
               o Plant Parts Worksheet
                        From http://www.classroomjr.com/plant-life-for-kids/plant-
                            parts-worksheet/
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                o   Plant Life Worksheet
                         From http://www.classroomjr.com/plant-life-for-kids/plant-
                            life-worksheet/

5. Have students complete the Parts of a Plant Quiz.
       See attached supplementary files
       If students finish the quiz early, have them try their hand at raising a virtual
          plant using the interactive game from
          http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/plantsgrow.html.



• LESSON 7: PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PLANT NUTRIENTS

1.   Review Essential Questions. Post Essential Questions in the classroom.

           What nutrients do plants need to grow?

2. Photosynthesis Discussion
       Ask students, “What is photosynthesis?”
       Do we undergo photosynthesis? Why or why not?
       Is photosynthesis good for the environment?
       How does photosynthesis help a plant grow?

3. Have students complete the Photosynthesis Worksheet. Review the answers using the
   attached answer key after the class is finished.
        See attached supplementary files

4. Photosynthesis Review Activities
       Photosynthesis Components Worksheet
             o From http://www.markofthepencil.com/pages/photosynthesis-
             worksheet.gif
       Photosynthesis Fun Animation game, Survive with Light Quiz, and Photosynthesis
          Worksheet
             o From http://www.growingthenextgeneration.com/teachers-guide-
                  games-explained.html
       Photosynthesis Interactive Game
             o From http://earthguide.ucsd.edu/earthguide/diagrams/photosyntheis/
                  photosynthesis_game.html

5. Lead a brief discussion about the nutrients plants need.
       Which words on the unit vocabulary are examples of nutrients plants need?
       What are the chemical symbols for these nutrients?
       Do humans need these nutrients as well?
       Give students the Plant Nutrients Chart. Have them go online and search for
           the symbols for each nutrient.
               o See attached supplementary files
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6. Have students complete the Plants Need Food Too worksheet.
       See attached supplementary files
       Note: This activity can be used as an assessment.



• LESSON 8: WHAT PART DO WE EAT?

1.   Review Essential Questions

           What are the parts of the plant?

2. Lead a discussion about types of plants we eat.
       Ask students, “What are the main parts of a plant?”
       Which parts of the plants do we eat?
       What are some examples of leaves we eat?
              o Examples: Spinach, lettuce
       What are some examples of roots we eat?
              o Examples: Carrots, onions
       What are some examples of fruits we eat?
              o Examples: Peaches, strawberries, tomatoes

3. Edible Plants Activities
        Have students complete the Plant Parts Chart handout and match the type of
           food with the plant part it comes from.
               o See attached supplementary files
        Let students do the How Do Plants Grow Crossword activity.
               o See attached supplementary files
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• LESSON 9: PARTS OF THE FLOWER

1.   Review Essential Questions. Post Essential Questions in the classroom.

           What are the parts of the flower?

2. Discuss the parts of a flower.
        Stamen: The Male Parts
              o Anther: Produces pollen, which is equivalent to sperm in animals
              o Filament: Holds up the anther to ensure insects brush past it
        Carpel: The Female Parts
              o Stigma: Sticky female part of the flower that receives pollen
              o Style: Tube which takes the pollen from the stigma to the ovary
        Ovary: Also in female, but not part of the carpel
              o Produces, protects and stores ovules that are ready for pollination
        Sepals: Protect the bud/flower
        Petal: Colored part of the flower used to attract insects

3. Practicing the Parts of a Flower
        Have students label the Flower Parts worksheet.
               o See attached supplementary files
        Give each student a Flower Review Website handout and instruct them to go to
           http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/case4/index.html.
               o See attached supplementary files
        Have students complete the Parts of the Flower Review Questions and then
           review the answers.
               o See attached supplementary files



• LESSON 10: SPROUTING SEEDS

1.   Review Essential Questions. Post Essential Questions in the classroom.

           What are the requirements for seeds to sprout?

2. Lab Activity
        Review the process of germination with students.
        Using the instructions found on http://www.kidzone.ws/science/seeds.htm to
          let students sprout some seeds of their own and record the growth rates.



• LESSON 11: INCORPORATING MATHEMATICS

1.   Review Essential Questions. Post Essential Questions in the classroom.
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          How is math used for statistical analysis of plant diseases in nurseries?

2. Review percentages with students by having them answer the following problems. (Some
   students may need calculators)
        25% of 300 75
        50% of 180 90
        30% of 150 45
        75% of 100 75

3. Have students complete the worksheet Statistical Sampling of Plant Disease.
       See attached supplementary files

4. Review the worksheet with the class.
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              Individual Learning Activity

Lesson:     Going Green in Horticulture and Plant Science

Assignment:       Choose one of the topics below and research
                  it. Write a report on your findings that
                  answers the question or explains the concept
                  and shows why it is relevant to your life.

     1) Define Horticulture.
     2) Compare / contrast the horticulture and agriculture industry.
     3) Identify the four areas of the horticulture industry: Floriculture,
     Olericulture, Nursery/Landscape, Pomology




Minimum Requirements:

1. Paper must be typed in 12 point font and at least one page
in length. The paper may be double-spaced.

2. At least two credible references must be properly cited.

3. All work must be original. No plagiarism! Any use of
another’s ideas without giving credit will result in a zero.

4. Papers will be graded on content (amount of good
information, accuracy, etc.) and mechanics (grammar, spelling,
and punctuation.)

Due Date:

Points/Grade Available:
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           Individual Learning Activity Rubric

Content - offers current
information on the topic chosen,
thoroughly covers each aspect of                                35 pts.
the question, and demonstrates
understanding and mastery of the
lesson. The paper should include
information and issues of state
and local importance.
Critical Analysis - logical process
of analyzing and reporting
information that examines and                                   25 pts.
explains the topic selected. The
paper should go beyond simply
listing facts and must include why
the concept is relevant to the
student’s life.
Organization- The paper should
have an orderly structure that
demonstrates a logical flow of
                                                                15 pts.
ideas.
Mechanics- spelling, grammar,
punctuation, font size, double
spacing, citation, etc. Essentially,
                                                                15 pts.
the paper should meet all
specifications and be executed
following rules of proper written
English.
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                  Group Learning Activity

Lesson:   Going Green in Horticulture and Plant Science
Assignment:     Choose one of the topics below and research
it. With your group, prepare a presentation to teach the class
your concept.

     1) Define Horticulture.
     2) Compare / contrast the horticulture and agriculture industry.
     3) Identify the four areas of the horticulture industry: Floriculture,
     Olericulture, Nursery/Landscape, Pomology



Your presentation should include the following:
  1. A lesson plan outlining exactly what your group will teach
     and how the information will be taught
  2. A Power Point of at least twelve slides
  3. Notes containing the information the class will be
     responsible for (these can be printed and given to the
     class, written on the board, or part of the Power Point).
     A copy of the notes will be turned in to the instructor.
  4. Some type of interactive activity for the class (game,
     problem solving activity, interactive model, etc.)
  5. Your group must also prepare an assessment for the
     class. This assessment can be written or oral, but
     should show the instructor that the class understands
     and has retained the material being taught.

Due Date:
Points/Grade Available:

All work must be original. No plagiarism! Any use of
another’s ideas without giving credit will result in a zero.
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           Group Learning Activity Rubric

Lesson Plan – The group submits a thorough,
detailed lesson plan highlighting the content and
organization of their lesson.                                  10 pts.
PowerPoint – The group presents a Power Point of
at least twelve slides that contains information and
pictures vital to the lesson with additional
                                                               20 pts.
information or examples for enhancement.
Interactive Activity – Some type of interactive
activity is used to help teach the lesson. The
activity should contribute to the mastery of
                                                               15 pts.
content and involve the entire class in some way.
Assessment – A fair, thorough assessment is
prepared and administered based on the
information presented to the class. Poor grades on
the assessment by a few members of the class are
excusable, but if the entire class has difficulty,
                                                               15 pts.
the points awarded in this category may be lowered
at the discretion of the instructor.
Content – The group should cover the concept
(within reason) in entirety. The group may study
actual lesson plans to help decide what should be              25 pts.
emphasized.
Overall Effect – The group is prepared,
enthusiastic, and interesting, and the lesson flows
smoothly.
                                                               15 pts.
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           Presentation Learning Activity

Lesson:    Going Green in Horticulture and Plant Science

Assignment:     Choose one of the topics below, research it,
and prepare a presentation that answers the question or
explains the concept and shows why it is relevant to your life.

     1) Define Horticulture.
     2) Compare / contrast the horticulture and agriculture industry.
     3) Identify the four areas of the horticulture industry: Floriculture,
     Olericulture, Nursery/Landscape, Pomology



Minimum Requirements:

Oral Report Option
1. Write a paper on one of the topics and orally present
     your work to the class.
2. Paper may be double-spaced and should be at least one
     page in length, resulting in a two to five minute
     presentation.
3. At least two references must be properly cited.
4. The presentation of the report will be graded secondary
     to the content of the paper.

PowerPoint Option
  1. Presentation should be at least ten slides in length
  2. Presentation should include at least four photos.
  3. Presentation should be two to five minutes in length.
  4. Grammar and spelling will be graded by the same
     standards as any other written assignment.
  5. At least two references must be properly cited.
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  Poster Option:
  1. Prepare a poster that answers/explains one of the
     topics. You will present your poster to the class.
  2. Your poster should include both text and graphics that
     help communicate your research.
  3. At least two sources of information should be properly
     cited on the back of the poster.
  4. Neatness and appearance of the poster will be graded.
  5. Poster presentation should last two to five minutes.

Due Date:

Points/Grade Available:

For all presentations: All work must be original. No plagiarism!
Any use of another’s work or ideas without giving proper
credit will result in a zero.
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                 Presentation Learning Activity
                             Rubric

Content- offers current information on the topic
chosen, thoroughly covers each aspect of the
question, and demonstrates understanding and                    40 pts.
mastery of the lesson. The presentation should
include information and issues of state and local
importance.
Critical Analysis/Organization – The
presentation shows a logical process of analyzing
and reporting information that examines and                     20 pts.
explains the topic selected. The presentation
should go beyond simply listing facts and must
include why the concept is relevant to the
student’s life.
Presentation – The student makes a genuine
effort to present, not just read the material. The
student should present with confidence using
                                                                25 pts.
techniques like eye contact and voice inflexion to
make his or her point. Although content takes
precedence over presentation, the experience of
successfully presenting in front of a class is part
of the basis of this assignment.
Mechanics- spelling, grammar, punctuation, font
size, double spacing, citation, etc. Essentially, the
presentation should meet all guidelines set forth
                                                                15 pts.
and should be executed in proper written English.
For the poster, this includes neatness and
appearance.
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Teacher Notes
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Essential Question:
What are the three
basic human needs and
where do they come
from?
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Vocabulary
   Arborist
Carbon Dioxide
    Embryo
Extension Agent
  Fertilization
    Fibrous
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     Floriculture
        Florist
        Flower
         Fruit
Garden Center Employee
        Genus
      Germinate
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         Glucose
  Golf Course Manager
 Greenhouse Employee
     Groundskeeper
Horticultural Salesperson
      Horticulture
     Interiorscaper
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Landscape Designer
       Latin
      Leaves
   Light Energy
  Macronutrients
  Micronutrients
 Nursery Employee
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  Nursery/Landscape
      Nutrients
     Olericulture
     Orchardist
Ornamental Horticulture
       Oxygen
       Phloem
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    Photosynthesis
       Pollination
        Pomology
  Professor/Teacher
          Roots
         Sample
Scientific Nomenclature
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  Seed
 Species
 Sprout
  Stem
 Taproot
Vegetative
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Georgia Agriculture Education Curriculum

								
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