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Syllabus:

Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources

Tarkington High School

 

Teacher:  Mrs. Stephanie Lambert

School Phone:  281-592-7739

E-mail:  slambert@tarkingtonisd.net

Class Description: 

To be prepared for careers in agriculture, food and natural resources, students must attain academic skills and knowledge in agriculture.  This course allows students to develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities, personal development, globalization, industry standards, details, practices, and expectations.  To prepare for success, students need to have opportunities to learn, reinforce, experience, apply and transfer their knowledge and skills in a variety of settings.

Course Objective:

Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources is an introductory class.  When the student completes this course they should be able to or have an understanding of:

  • Employability characteristics of a successful employee
  • Concepts related to cultural diversity
  • Describe the historical, current and future significance of the agriculture industry
  • Analyze the structure of agricultural leadership in organizations
  • Explain agriculture, food and natural resource systems at the local, state, national and international levels
  • Demonstrate appropriate personal and communication skills
  • Develop technical knowledge and skills related to plant and animal systems
  • Describe the principles of food products and processing systems safely
  • Perform basic power, structural and technical system skills in agricultural applications
  • Explain the relationship between agriculture and safety, health and the environment

Prerequisites:

This is an introductory class and has no prerequisites.  It is actually a prerequisite for all other Agriculture classes.

 

Agricultural Math

Tarkington High School

Teacher:  Mrs. Stephanie Lambert

School Phone:  281-592-7739

E-mail:  slambert@tarkingtonisd.net

Class Description:  

To be prepared for careers in agriculture, food and natural resources, students must attain academic skills and knowledge in agriculture.  This course allows students to develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities, personal development, globalization, industry standards, details, practices, and expectations.  To prepare for success, students need to have opportunities to learn, reinforce, experience, apply and transfer their knowledge and skills in a variety of settings.

Course Objective:

The primary objective of Agricultural Math is to provide an agriculturally relevant review of basic arithmetic, statistical interpretation, and algebraic concepts to prepare the student for the mathematics involved in other courses.  The application problems use current and relevant agricultural situations that are encountered by professionals engaged in production agriculture.

SUPPLIES:

  1. A solid colored folder in any color with brads and pockets
  2. A three (3) subject Spiral Notebook (Wide or College Ruled)
  3. Pens and pencils

 

**Any assignments needed for projects will be announced in advance to allow students time to acquire such materials.

 

ASSIGNMENTS AND EXAMS:

Students will be expected to complete the requirements listed below.

  1. At least three (3) exams per six weeks grading period.  Exams will include a variety of types of questions, such as multiple choice, True/False, short answer and essay.
  2. Daily applied activities, homework and quizzes related to the current or previous day’s topic(s).

 

Prerequisites:  Principles of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources is required.

 

 

Agricultural Science Department – Wildlife and Fisheries

Tarkington High School

 

 

Instructor: Mrs. Stephanie Lambert                                                                             Room: 110

Contact Informationslambert@tarkingtonisd.net

Course Name: Wildlife, Fisheries, and Ecology Management

Course DescriptionTo be prepared for career in natural resources systems, students need to attain academic skills and knowledge, acquire technical knowledge and skills related to natural resources, and develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities, entry requirements, and industry expectations. To prepare for success, students need opportunities to learn, reinforce, apply and transfer their knowledge and skills in a variety of settings. This course examines the management of game and non-game wildlife species, fish and their ecological needs as related to current agricultural practices.

Required Text:  Wildlife Management. 2nd Edition 

 Teaching proceduresClass discussion, interactive lecture and a variety of projects and some lab work are the primary procedures for teaching this course.

Course Outline: We will study the history and importance of wildlife and natural resources management and conservation, as well as animal identification, careers in wildlife recreational management, public aspects of wildlife and outdoor recreational management.

Disciplinary policy: See Tarkington ISD Student- parent Handbook and student code of conduct.

Late Work PolicyLate work will only be accepted in accordance with Tarkington ISD policy, as stated in the student handbook.

Determination of Course Grades:  There will be at least 10 daily assignments and 3 test grades in this course.  A record book is required.

Necessary Supplies: Each student will need the following: Folder, spiral notebook and pencils and ink pens. Students must bring a pen, pencil, folder and their notebook to class every time the class meets. Failure to do so will result in poor grades and disciplinary action.

Welcome to Wildlife: Get ready to learn something new everyday!

 

 

Equine Science

Tarkington High School

Teacher:  Mrs. Stephanie Lambert

School Phone:  281-592-7739

E-mail:  slambert@tarkingtonisd.net

LOCATION

Classroom 110

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

To be prepared for careers in the field of animal science, students need to enhance academic knowledge and skills, acquire knowledge and skills related to animal systems, and develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities, entry requirements, and industry expectations. To prepare for success, students need opportunities to learn, reinforce, apply, and transfer their knowledge and skills in a variety of settings. Suggested animals which may be included in the course of study include, but are not limited to, horses, donkeys, and mules.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Upon completion of this course:

  1. Analyzes equine science as it relates to the selection of horses.
  2. Know how to provide proper nutrition using accepted protocols and processes to maintain animal performance.
  3. Analyze equine science as it relates to the management of horses.
  4. Compare and contrasts issues affecting the equine industry.
  5. Learns the employability characteristics of a successful employee.
  6. Develops an improved supervised agricultural experience program as it relates to agriculture, food, and natural resources.

 

 

SUPPLIES

  1. A solid colored folder in any color with brads and pockets
  2. A three (3) subject Spiral Notebook (Wide or College Ruled)
  3. Pens and pencils

 

**Any assignments needed for projects will be announced in advance to allow students time to acquire such materials.

 

ASSIGNMENTS AND EXAMS

Students will be expected to complete the requirements listed below.

  1. At least three (3) exams per six weeks grading period.  Exams will include a variety of types of questions, such as multiple choice, True/False, short answer and essay.
  2. Daily applied activities, homework and quizzes related to the current or previous day’s topic(s).
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