Agribusiness by lanyuehua

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									                                   Agribusiness
   Price and Quantity Relationship              Deeds, co-ownership, and other
   Elasticities and their applications           legalities
   Creation of supply and demand                Present value, future value, and
    curves                                        investment weighting
   Supply and demand shifters and               Learn to calculate interest
    effects                                      Learn how to create and analyze
   Knowledge of the Federal Reserve              the top financial statement and how
    System and methods of monetary                to calculate and interpret the
    manipulation                                  financial ratios
   Knowledge of various schools of              Essentials of planning
    economic thoughts (Keynesian,                Learn and apply the different
    Classical, Monetarism, etc.)                  methods of organizing
    regarding the manipulation of the            Understand how to lead and
    US economy through the use of                 motivate different groups and
    monetary and fiscal policy                    different types of individuals
   Understand how the use of                    Understand and apply the essentials
    monetary and fiscal policies impact           of controlling
    the areas of unemployment,                   Understand past US government
    inflation, government debt, and               agricultural policies and how they
    international trade                           shape the current US agricultural
   Understand how the use of                     structures
    monetary and fiscal policy will              Understand current US government
    impact US agriculture and those               agricultural policies including the
    individuals in the agricultural field         current farm bill and how they
   Business structure differences and            impact US agriculture Understand
    implications on production levels             how possible future policy proposals
   Contract options including hedging            could have implications on the
   Difference in pricing options                 future of US agriculture structures


                      Agribusiness (Horticulture Option)

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                  Agribusiness (Pest Management Option)

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                              Agricultural Education
   The teacher knows how agricultural         The teacher has knowledge of
    education relates to other                  records and reports (inventory, cash
    disciplines.                                flow statements, net-worth
   The teacher has knowledge of                statements, etc.) related to farm
    animal science and production.              production and agri-business.
   The teacher has knowledge of plant         The teacher has knowledge of agri-
    science and production.                     business, processing, and marketing
   The teacher has knowledge of                agricultural products.
    horticulture and floriculture.             The teacher has knowledge of agri-
   The teacher has knowledge of the            economics and entrepreneurship.
    area concepts of agriculture               The teacher has knowledge of
    mechanics.                                  parliamentary procedures, public
   The teacher has knowledge of                speaking, and other leadership
    greenhouse management.                      skills.
   The teacher has knowledge of soil          The teacher has knowledge of
    science.                                    trends and issues of agricultural
   The teacher has knowledge of fruit          education. The teacher has
    and vegetable production.                   knowledge of the basic concepts of
   The teacher has knowledge of the            agricultural education and engages
    role and practices of supervised            students in activities designed to
    agricultural education.                     improve understanding of
   The teacher has knowledge of the            agriculture and its role in today's
    science of natural resources and            society.
    conservation.                              The teacher has knowledge of the
   The teacher has knowledge of the            historical, philosophical, and legal
    role, history and practices of Future       basis of services for children both
    Farmers of America (FFA) as an              with and without special needs.
    integral part of agricultural              The teacher has knowledge of new
    education.                                  and emerging technology and its
   The teacher has knowledge of                application to agriculture.
    forestry.

								
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