Goal: Create a presentation about the History of the ffa and the Nation’s History to educate our peers about the significance of the ffa and National historical timelines



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History of the FFA

Goal: Create a presentation about the History of the FFA and the Nation’s History to educate our peers about the significance of the FFA and National historical timelines.

Each group will be given a decade in the FFA’s History. It is your job to look up what significant events happened in the National FFA’s history and the Nation’s history for that decade. You will need to tell us why the event may have happened and the significance for the National FFA organization based upon what was going on in the nation at the time.

Example: 1930’s The FFA Creed is created and 1929 the stock markets crashed. The creed instills the belief in the future of agriculture, a belief in honest hands on work, a belief in helping your neighbor etc. These ideals were important at the time because people had lost hope, had lost their jobs, needed help from their neighbor and so they were important for individuals at the time to remember and hold onto. This is why the creed was written the way it was and it still holds true today.

You will be creating a powerpoint presentation on these events and their national historical significance. They will be shared with your peers in a presentation.

Grading Rubric:






4

3 (target)

2

1

Format

There are enough slides to facilitate a classroom discussion, approximately one per year of FFA events. Students have pictures and or videos to enhance presentation. All grammar is correct. Students have a cohesive and engaging presentation. Sites are cited correctly

There are enough slides to facilitate a classroom discussion, approximately one per year of FFA events. Students have pictures and or videos to enhance presentation. All grammar is correct. All sites are cited correctly

There are not enough slides and/or detail to events to facilitate a classroom discussion. There are only one to two visuals per date discussed. Slides are cluttered. Grammar is incorrect. Sites are not cited correctly

More than one year is on a slide and/or little to no detail/information is presented so minimal classroom discussion is facilitated. There is one or fewer visuals presented per date. Slides are cluttered. Grammar is incorrect. Sites are not cited correctly.

FFA Events

Students demonstrated knowledge of all significant FFA events of their decade and connected them to additional events in other decades

Students demonstrated knowledge of all significant FFA events of their decade

Students demonstrated knowledge of all but one significant event for the FFA in their decade

Students demonstrated knowledge of all but two or more significant events for the FFA in their decade

National Events

Students demonstrated knowledge of 3 or more significant National events of their decade and connected them to additional events in other decades

Students demonstrated knowledge of two significant National events of their decade

Students demonstrated knowledge of one significant national event in their decade

Students demonstrated no knowledge of significant national events in their decade

Significance of events

Students discuss in depth the significance and connection between their FFA events and the national historical events. Students find 3 or more connections

Students discuss the significance and connection between their FFA events and the national historical events. Students find 2 connections

Students discuss briefly the significance and connection between their FFA events and the national historical events. Students find one connection

Students do not discuss the significance and connections between their FFA events and national historical events. No connections are made or discussed

Presentation

Student went above and beyond. The presentation was professional, well organized, easy to read and understand, visually appealing and was clearly practiced

Student had a well organized, easy to read, visually appealing and clearly practiced presentation

One to two aspects of the presentation were confusing, unorganized, cluttered, visually unappealing and/or not practiced (students read directly from the powerpoint)

Students presentation was unorganized, confusing, cluttered, visually unappealing, not practiced and recited word for word from the powerpoint.



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