|Students in Intro to AFNR (5th period)|
brainstorm topics for their group project. This
group decided to investigate Small Animal
Care & Management careers.
|Can you identify any equipment pictured here?|
After Activity 3.1.1., all students in Intro to
AFNR can identify all pieces of equipment
with 100% accuracy!
What's up next for Intro to AFNR you may ask? Well, it's finally time to jump into Unit 3: The Science of Agriculture! Students will begin to learn the basics of lab safety within the Agricultural Science lab and become acquainted with high-tech equipment that will be used throughout the duration of their high school career. Beginning next week, students will begin Activity 3.1.1. "Measure Me."
|Students observe the|
movement of meal worms
in Part 1 of the experiment.
|One group's experimental design|
tested if meal worms were drawn
to soil, grass, meal worm nutrient,
or an acidic solution. What is your
|Another group observes their experiment|
that tested the hypothesis that mealworms
were drawn to an acidic solution.
|One example of the growth observed in a|
petri dish over 7 days.
Stay tuned for more exciting classroom investigations into the "Science of Agriculture!"
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