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This curriculum guide, the fifth in a set of six, contains teacher and student materials for a unit on electrical energy prepared as part of a seventh- and eighth-grade agricultural science curriculum that is integrated with science instruction. The guide contains the state goals and sample learning objectives for each goal for students in grades 8-10 and a teacher presentation outline for the unit. The unit, which begins by listing the agricultural practices and science concepts to be taught, along with activities and applications, contains the following components: teaching steps, lesson outlines, teacher's presentation outlines for each day, student information guide, terms and definitions, worksheets, student activity note sheets, student activity information sheets, student activity record sheets, quizzes, practice problems, and 14 transparency masters. Teacher's activity sheets and tests have answers provided. The unit covers the following topics: providing for the electrical needs of agricultural machines; repair of electrical circuits; designing electrical circuits for agricultural buildings; and estimating electrical power needs for agricultural facilities. (KC)

Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Production, Agricultural Sciences, Classroom Techniques, Competence, Competency Based Education, Construction Materials, Course Content, Curriculum Guides, Electric Circuits, Electricity, Facilities, Grade 7, Grade 8, Integrated Curriculum, Junior High Schools, Learning Activities, Lesson Plans, Teaching Guides, Teaching Methods, Test Items, Transparencies, Units of Study











Autor: Southern Illinois Univ., Carbondale. Dept. of Agricultural Education and Mechanization.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10139&id=ED367795







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