MUNFORD "BIG BOLL" FFA
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Ag Engineering
Standard 1 - Evaluate career options in the area of agricultural engineering.
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1.1 - Research and prepare a written report on career goals related to agricultural engineering. _1
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1.2 - Prepare a career plan for a related area in agricultural engineering. _1
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1.3 - Research utilizing current resources to develop a written report on career opportunities in agricultural manufacturing. _1
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Standard 2 - Systematically determine the correct operational procedures for advanced metal fabrication and welding.
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2.1 - Demonstrate and explain the proper use of gas cutting and welding equipment. _1
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2.2 - Demonstrate and explain the proper use of Arc welding equipment. _1
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2.3 - Demonstrate and explain the proper use of MIG welding equipment. _1
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2.4 - Demonstrate and explain the principles and techniques involved in blueprint reading and drawing. _1
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2.5 - Develop a written bill of materials and project costs. _1
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2.6 - Utilize principles of advanced metal fabrication. _1
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2.7 - Utilize metal working tools and machines to complete projects._1
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2.8 - Demonstrate approved safety practices in a shop/lab environment. _1
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2.9 - Complete a safety test with 100 percent accuracy. _1
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Standard 3 - Evaluate the principles of electricity, including electrical wiring, equipment and motors.
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3.1 - Explain the proper wiring of a circuit breaker panel. _2
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3.2 - Read and interpret a house-wiring diagram. _2
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3.3 - Develop a bill of materials and project costs for an electrical project. _2
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3.4 - Use electrical tools properly. _2
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3.5 - Read and interpret blueprints, drawings, electrical codes and electrical diagrams. _2
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Standard 4 - Utilize the principles and techniques involved in the construction of agricultural structures.
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4.1 - Compare the advantages and disadvantages of different types of siding. _2
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4.2 - Compare the advantages and disadvantages of different types of roofing. _2
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4.3 - Determine the importance of stress loads of different materials. _2
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4.4 - Evaluate the use of different types of foundations. _2
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4.5 - Examine methods of finishing concrete and laying cinder blocks. _2
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4.6 - Write project plan and costs of constructing agriculture buildings. _2
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Standard 5 - Integrate core academic competencies in the area of agricultural engineering.
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5.1 - Calculate construction problems using algebraic formulas. _1
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5.2 - Solve arithmetical problems related to construction. _1
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5.3 - Solve speed, time, and distance problems. _1
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5.4 - Solve problems relating to volume, area and linear measurement. _1
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5.5 - Explain the conversion of chemical energy to mechanical energy. _1
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5.6 - Describe the difference in strengths of various species of lumber. _1
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Standard 6 - Demonstrate premier leadership and personal growth needed for career success and advancement in the area of agricultural engineering.
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6.1 - Demonstrate positive work attitudes and behaviors based on the FFA code of ethics. _1
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6.2 - Describe career plans that reflect permanent learning. _1
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6.3 - Demonstrate correct time management skills. _1
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6.4 - Help others learn in order to achieve goals and expectations through a supervised agricultural experience program. _1
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6.5 - Prepare to participate in FFA Agriculture Mechanics Career Development Events. _1
 

 

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