Q3W1 Foundations of FFA (1/26 – 1/29)

TeacherSheri Potter
Subject AreaAgriscience
Grade Level6th & 7th
Week #Q3W1
Unit of InstructionFFA
Standard(s) Taught

Discuss the scope of agriculture and its impact on daily life.

Learning Targets and Learning Criteria

This week we will be discussing FFA and it’s many facets. Students will focus mainly on integrity. If you would like to join our Classroom Remind, please feel free, it is @ih67ag

Classroom Activities

Bell Ringers:

Tuesday: F2F students will be creating their bell ringer books/innovative students, please put together your bell ringer pages or files.

Wednesday: Please tell about a friend that you look up to and tell why.

Friday: “With integrity you have nothing to fear, since you have nothing to hide.” – Zig Ziglar Tell about a time when you had to make a tough choice and you chose your integrity.

Assignments Due


At the core of the FFA is the opportunity for students to develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success and make a positive difference in the lives of others. This week we are going to discuss integrity. Part of your assignment (50%) will be our classroom discussion/written responses to work in class. I expect that every student will actively be involved in our conversations about integrity and honesty.

On Wednesday I will introduce 3 different articles on integrity (Integrity 1, Integrity 2, and Integrity 3). Students will be expected to pick an article that they are interested in and write 1 paragraph (at least 5 sentences) about how they saw the importance of honesty and integrity within the article. They will also write about whether they agreed or disagreed. Remember, at least 5 sentences. This part of the assignment will be worth the remainder of the 50% of the grade for the week and is due by Friday, 1/29.

These articles can be found in Canvas.

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