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  1.   Bread, Bread... Everywhere
This is an inquiry unit that integrates technology while teaching students about bread around the world. How is bread made and how does it affect the lives of people throughout the world?

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    Grade Level: K-2

LessonCorner Worksheets for Agriculture
  1.   Corn Farming
Corn, Maize, Crops, Sweet Corn, Kernel, Popcorn, Grain, Yellow, Vegetable, Biofuel
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  2.   Farming
Commercial Crops, Subsistence Farming, Traditional Crops, Non Tradional Crops, Small Scale Farming, Coastal Plains, Livestock, Export Crops, Harvesting, Sugarcane
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  3.   Biotechnology
Genome, Issue, Embryo Transfer, Ultrasonics, Homozygous, Genotype, Dominant Trait, Phenotype, Milk Hormones, GMO
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 1000 for Agriculture
  1.   The Business of Agriculture in Canada
6-8 The Business of Agriculture in Canada Project type: Assignment Related topic: Subjects Social Studies Business Studies Summary Students will explore the impact of agriculture as a business in Canada using the wine industry as an example. Duration 1 lesson Purpose To explore the business of agriculture in Canada Before Exploring As a grou...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  2.   Understanding Agriculture as a Political Tool
Lesson Title: Understanding Agriculture as a Political Tool TEKS: 119.12c.4C, 119.12c.5B, 119.12c.6D, 119.12c.6F Objectives: TSWBAT (The student will be able to ..) Identify different purposes for using agriculture as a political tool given oral questions with no errors Identify and explain methods for protecting domestic agriculture given oral ques...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Biotechnology: An Agricultural Dilemma
actionbioscience.org lesson To accompany the peer-reviewed article by Miguel A. Altieri, Ph.D. "The Ecological Impacts of Agricultural Biotechnology" (Feb. 2001) http://www.actionbioscience.org/biotech/altieri.html Biotechnology: An Agricultural Dilemma (Jan. 2003) Lesson by Brian R. Shmaefsky, Ph.D., Professor of Biology Educator's section: p. 1-3 & Biotechnology, Kingwood College, Kingwood, TX Student handout 1: p. 4 Student handout 2: p...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  4.   Biotechnology in Agriculture: Non-surgical removal of fertilized embryos from the Bovine Uterus
Biotechnology in Agriculture: Non-surgical removal of fertilized embryos from the Bovine Uterus By Richard J. Norris Target Audience: This activity can be used with Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Advanced Livestock, Genetics, and Biotechnology classes. Objective: Students will simulate the step-by-step procedures needed to non-surgicall...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  5.   Agriculture and Slavery
Topic: Agriculture and Slavery Teacher: J. Daub Objective: The students will be able to identify the importance of agriculture, especially tobacco farming, and the influence it had on slavery in Virginia. Number: VS4A Materials: Essential Knowledge reading passage, overhead, construction paper, markers or crayons, dry erase boar...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  6.   Agriculture in Your Life
Agriculture in Your Life Overview Students will match everyday products with agricultural sources that can be found on the prairie. Lesson extensions provide an opportunity for students to visit a farm and/or meet with the farm family. Suggested Grade Level PreK - 1 Estimated Time 20 - 30 minutes Objectives Students will...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  7.   Where is Agriculture?
WHERE IS AGRICULTURE? GRADE LEVEL: K-1 NATIONAL STANDARD(S): (K-2) LA 11.1-3 FOOD AND FIBER TOPIC : I-A, C, E LEARNER OBJECTIVES: The students will identify many of the things in their lives that come from agriculture. VOCABULARY commodities - A transportable resource product with commercial value. habitat - The place where a plan...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  8.   Agricultural Economics and the American Revolution
Agricultural Economics and the American Revolution Michael Ellerbrock Grade Levels: 9, 10, 11, 12 Document Type: Supplementary Materials Description: A case study fully illustrating economic principles -- principles which sowed the seeds of revolution, and which perhaps remain important today. The relationships between po...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   Land Use in Australian Agriculture
LESSON PLAN Land Use in Australian Agriculture By: Jon Smith, Blue River Valley Jr/Sr High School; Mt. Summit, IN, 6/15/1997 Purpose: To teach students about the relationship between land use and physical landscapes in Australia. Grade Level: 7th grade Social Studies (Eastern Hemisphere) Geography Standards addressed: #1 - How to use maps and other geograp...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  10.   Agriculture, Weather, Economy and Indiana
LESSON PLAN: Agriculture, Weather, Economy and Indiana BY: Judith Allee, Cloverdale Elementary School, Cloverdale, IN; 6/15/97 PURPOSE: Pupils will investigate the role of weather in Indiana's farming economy. GRADE LEVEL: 4 GEOGRAPHY STANDARDS ADDRESSED: #1) How to use maps and other geographic representations, tools and technologies...
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    Grade Level: 3-5


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