Taylor- AMI Days 11-20
I hope that everyone has enjoyed, or rather, that you still are enjoying, your Spring Break. The recent days since we were last at school have been among the most unusual the world has ever seen. During this time, I hope that you all are staying busy and are continuing to advance yourself in at least some small way every day. I encourage you to maintain somewhat of a schedule in your daily life and to spend some time outdoors each day. This week’s assignment is pretty simple: show me what you are doing to build career skills. Spending time on the farm, doing yardwork at home or for a customer, or anything related to something you’ve experienced in class.
Option 1: Take a picture or video of the skill/activity you’re doing that will make you a better future employee and write an explanation of what it is you’re accomplishing.
Option 2: If you can’t access a phone or camera, give me a detailed description of how you’re spending your time and something you’re doing to make yourself a more desirable employee. (1/2 page) I’ve got a big agenda this week so at the end of the week.
I’ll post pictures to my webpage of what I’ve been up to relating to agriculture. Send assignment to my email at email@example.com or drop it off in your tote at school.
Enjoy your break! -Mr. Taylor
Week of March 16th-March 19th – 4 DAYS = 4 Carreer Summaries that follow the criteria below
**Remember that AMI stands for Alternative Method of Instruction and allows you to get credit for that day of school without lengthening the school year. Therefore, assignments must be completed by the time school resumes. If questions exist, email me and I will be prompt in responding on these days.
For each of my classes, students should identify a career that interests them related to the class they are taking. Your task is to summarize the following factors in a half page summary
Consider some of the content we have covered in your class thus far before selecting a related career.
Examples for Survey of Ag- This class covers a variety of topics. Therefore, any of the following careers could work:
Beef Farm Manager, Geneticist, Soil Scienctist, Plant Scientist, Certified Electrician, Professional Weldor, Carpentry, Agriculture Journalist, Agriculture Teacher, Game Warden, etc.