FFA Basics Part 2 - Warren County Public Schools

FFA Basics Part 2 - Warren County Public Schools

FFA Basics Part 2 Objectives Understand the FFA Creed Gain knowledge of the FFA Emblem The Creed The was adopted in

1930 Written by E.M. Tiffany Revised in 1966, 87 and 90 Provides a constant solid foundation on which the principles

of the organization are based. The Emblem The emblem is a symbol of what the FFA represents. It contains 6 parts that have different

meanings Covers a broad spectrum of FFA and agriculture. The Eagle Serves as a national scope of the FFA

Cross-section of the ear of corn Symbol of unity (corn is grown everywhere) The Owl

Symbol of knowledge and importance of it in agriculture The Rising Sun Symbol of progress and new opportunities The Plow

Backbone of agriculture, historic foundation of our countrys strength Words Agriculture Education & FFA Learning and leadership necessary

for success. Summary What does the creed represent? What are the parts of the emblem?. Assignment Read the 5 Paragraphs of the creed

Describe what the meaning of each paragraph is in your words . Do not mention anything about farming only agriculture in general No copying of the creed, you will receive a zero for the assignment!

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