New Lessons: Management of Energy, Money & Tasks & More...
April 3, 2015
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Management of Energy, Money & Tasks
Equip your students with the necessary skills for successful time management, budget maintenance, and management of energy to prepare them for life’s daily demands. Have students prioritize, schedule and track their activities using the Managing Tasks Project.
Introduction to Fashion
Business & Marketing
Introduce students to the concept of fashion and the fashion industry by exploring the evolution of fashion, the scope of the industry and the process of fashion development. Encourage collaborative learning with the Fashion Timeline Project.
Business & Marketing
Students will gain an understanding of important business aspects of fashion retailing, such as functions of fashion buying and merchandising and the selling process. Enhance this lesson with the Consumer Profile Activity and additional resources from the lesson page.
Value Added & Specialty Products
Family & Consumer Science
Students will recognize the importance of value added and specialty products such as case-ready meats, portioned products, processed meats and more. Increase student understanding with the Comparing Costs Project.
Dairy Products Production
Family & Consumer Sciences
Expose students to methods used in the production of various dairy products such as milk, butter, yogurt, ice cream and cheese. Have students use research to build and present knowledge with the Local Dairy Project.
Environmental Resources: Renewable & Non-Renewable Resources & Energy
Students will learn about renewable and non-renewable resources, how energy is produced from each type and about the importance of resource preservation. Have students research the diversity of resource preservation in their local area with the Resource Preservation Paper Activity.
Crossbred Market Hogs
Featuring Ryan Rathmann, Ph.D., Texas Tech University
Practice Beef Carcass Judging
Featuring Travis O’Quinn, Ph.D., Kansas State University