Supervised Agricultural Experience

Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Mr. Wilson Uintah High School Agricultural Sciences Supervised Agricultural Experience Mr. Wilson A. B. C. D. E. Describe a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE);

List and differentiate 5 types of SAEs; Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; Select, plan for, and implement a SAE; Describe what Proficiency Awards are and select the proficiency area that best fits your SAE; F. Describe the benefits of having a successful SAE project; G. Maintain up to date SAE records. WHY SAE???? The Ag. Education Triangle SAEP FFA 1. Part of all ag

classes. 2. State and national requirement. 3. Of great benefit to students. Classroom and Lab A. Describe a Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE); What is SAE? d e t a

l e r t c Proje : e r u t l u c i r

to ag Animals Plants s Mechanic Science Student directed. YOU choose your project Work fo r someone else

OR for yourse lf Specifically an SAE is: An SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience) is a practical application of classroom concepts designed to provide real world experiences and develop skills in agriculturally related career areas. It helps students develop skills and abilities leading toward a career. B. List and differentiate 5 types of SAEs; SAE Types

Placement Work for someone else With or without pay Job relates to an area of agriculture B. List and differentiate 5 types of SAEs; SAE Types Entrepreneurship Work for yourself Invest your money in hopes of earning more money B. List and differentiate 5 types of SAEs;

SAE Types Exploratory Introductory project Short term Helps you find a long term project to fit your interests B. List and differentiate 5 types of SAEs; SAE Types Agriscience Do your own research Solve problems & find the best solutions B. List and differentiate 5 types of SAEs;

SAE Types Improvement Pick a project to improve something at a house, farm, or public place C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; Examples of PLACEMENT SAEs Work at a: Flower Shop Greenhouse

Feed Store Pet Store Dairy Farm Ranch Horse Barn Grow a vegetable garden at your house Manage your familys landscape Feed & Care for your familys animals C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities;

PLACEMENT SAEs in our FFA Chapter C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; Examples of ENTRPRENEURSHIP SAEs Raise a livestock animal and sell it at the fair Raise hens and sell their eggs Train horses, dogs, or other animals to

sell Breed animals to sell (dogs, cats, rabbits, livestock, etc) Grow a vegetable garden and sell produce Operating a lawn care business Design web pages for ranchers and farmers Corn Maze

C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; ENTRPRENEURSHIP SAEs in our FFA Chapter C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; Examples of EXPLORATORY SAEs Spend a day job shadowing Spend a weekend learning at your friends farm

Volunteer for a day at the animal shelter Research what type of projects you can do with small animals C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; Examples of EXPLORATORY SAEs C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities;

EXPLORATORY SAEs in our FFA Chapter Show pictures and highlight your students SAEs here C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; Examples of AGRISCIENCE SAEs Conduct an experiment to find the best fertilizer to grow geraniums

Test tarp materials to find the most durable material to cover hay/straw Compare rate of gain in pigs with different feeds Compare metal finishes on fence panels to see which resist rust the best

C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; AGRISCIENCE SAEs in our FFA Chapter Show pictures and highlight your students SAEs here C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; Examples of IMPROVMENT SAEs Help remodel your house Build a new dog

kennel/house Repair a shed Pour concrete C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; IMPROVMENT SAEs in our FFA Chapter C. Explore SAE opportunities and possibilities; SAE Exploration SAE Idea Shuffle

Divide into 7 groups Every group gets 1 category of the SAE Idea cards Shuffle through idea cards in each category Choose 5 SAE ideas for each SAE type that you would be interested in doing D. Select, plan for, and implement a SAE; Plan YOUR SAE Step 1: Choose your SAE

and the WINNER is: ___________________________________________ 2nd Place: ___________________________________________ 3rd Place: ___________________________________________ D. Select, plan for, and implement a SAE; Plan YOUR SAE Step 2: Make a SAE Plan

Every successful project starts with a plan How m uc h mone y need? do you Wher e will it come from? ll i w

o Wh ? u o y help Where ? u o y o td

Wha n a s a t wan ? e m o c out What facilitie

s do you need? E. Describe what Proficiency Awards are and select the proficiency area that best fits your SAE; Proficiency Awards Award to recognize excellent SAE projects Awards include: Certificates, Plaques, Medals Cash!

Recognized on many levels Chapter State National E. Describe what Proficiency Awards are and select the proficiency area that best fits your SAE; Proficiency Awards Find your SAE award area! E.

Describe the benefits of having a successful SAE project; and Benefits of the SAE Program FFA Degree Advancement Project must grow with each degree Greenhand PLANS for SAE Chapter 250 Hours State $1000 earned & invested American

$7500 earned & invested E. Describe the benefits of having a successful SAE project; and Benefits of the SAE Program Star Awards FFA Recognizes Star degrees in each category

Star Star Star Star Star Chapter Greenhand State Greenhand Chapter Farmer State Farmer American Farmer E. Describe the benefits of having a successful SAE project; and

Benefits of the SAE Program FFA Officers & Leadership Chapter, State, and National officers must hold specific FFA degrees E. Describe the benefits of having a successful SAE project; and Benefits of the SAE Program Career Exploration Find what you want to be when you grow up!

E. Describe the benefits of having a successful SAE project; and Benefits of the SAE Program And More Develop skills Earn Money!! G. Maintain up to date records using the AET system. Why keep records? Identify areas to improve your SAE

Know your exact gains or losses Advance in FFA degrees, apply for awards, and earn scholarships Match the Experience with the Type of SAE Exploratory Research/ Experimentation Ownership/ Entrepreneurship Placement Working in a florist shop

Owning a Christmas tree farm Comparing the effect of hormones on plant growth Shadowing a veterinarian on career day Growing and selling bedding plants Working in school greenhouse after school Bell Quiz Obective A & B 1. List the 4 TYPES of SAE weve learned so far 2. What type of SAE would someone have if they work at CAL

Ranch? 3. What type of SAE would a student have if they run a business mowing lawns in their neighborhood? 4. What type of SAE would a student have if they train horses for clients? 5. If you dont know what youd like to have for a SAE project, what kind of project can you do to introduce yourself to a SAE area? (short term) 6. If you are interested in science and want to do research on what breed of cattle yields the best marbling, what type of SAE project would you have? Bell Quiz Obective C & D 1. Why should you develop a SAE Plan?

2. List 3 things that should be included in a good SAE Plan. 3. What type of things should you consider when choosing a SAE you will actually carry out? 4. List 2 ideas for placement SAEs 5. List 2 ideas for entrepreneurship SAEs Bell Quiz Obective E & F 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

What is a proficiency award? What is a Star award? List 3 benefits of having a successful SAE Why is it important to keep records? How are SAE projects related to degree advancement in the FFA? 6. How are SAE projects related to eligibility for FFA offices?

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