Lifeknowledge: High School
Lifeknowledge lessons developed for high school students.
Many educators, parents, and industry leaders expect students to develop essential skills in leadership, communication, teamwork, and personal development. Some of these skills are inherent components of classroom and FFA activities, but many more could be integrated into agricultural education programs if teachers had access to the resources needed for a targeted, measurable approach to leadership, personal growth, and career success. Welcome to LifeKnowledge. Real lessons for real life.
Food and Agricultural Literacy Curriculum
Food and Agricultural Literacy Curriculum-Unit Objective: Evaluate current agriculture issues.
Food and Agricultural Literacy Curriculum-Help your students fine tune their awareness about the issues that impact agriculture. In 18 lessons you?ll explore the instruments that can cause unnecessary frenzy. From exploring the role of the media to the effects of the economy, your students will orchestrate the know-how to become informed advocates for agriculture.