From Grove to You | Florida Agriculture in the Classroom (FAITC) Brief Description: Students will trace the production of oranges from the grove to the store as fresh fruit and as juice. Students will become citrus growers and join a co-op to determine the best ways to market and sell their fruit. Objectives: Students will be able to: Identify steps of citrus production from the tree to the store.Calculate the acreage needed for a citrus grove based on a real-life example.Describe the purpose, structure and function of a cooperative.Use the Internet to obtain information about orange juice production. Time: Two, 45 minute class periods, plus time for Internet research Downloads:

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From Canes to Grains | Florida Agriculture in the Classroom (FAITC) Brief Description Students will trace the production of sugar from the field (sugar canes) to the granulated sugar (grains of sugar) in writing and with a flow chart, exploring this topic on the Internet. Students will solve real-world mathematics problems involving measurements and real-world data. Objectives: Students will be able to: Identify and describe the chemical and physical changes in the production of sugar.Convert units of measure in a recipe.Use the Internet to obtain information about sugar production. Time 3, 45 minute class periods, plus time for Internet research Downloads

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Florida’s Ag Cash Receipts | Florida Agriculture in the Classroom (FAITC) Brief Description: Students will examine the economic importance of agriculture to the state of Florida by examining and manipulating data in several ways. Florida’s Agricultural Cash Receipts will analyze the production and value of Florida’s field crops, Florida’s livestock cash receipts, and dairy products. Objectives: Students will be able to: Identify the significance of agriculture to Florida’s economy.Interpret agricultural data to create line graphs and histograms (bar graphs).Construct line graphs to show variations in livestock cash receipts.Create a pie chart of livestock cash receipt percentages.Choose the appropriate operation, multiplication or division, to complete the data of field crops. Time: Activity One:45 to 60 minutes Activity Two: Two, 45 to 60 minute class periods Activity Three: Two, 45 to 60 minute class periods Downloads:

Computational Skills for Biology Students June 2006 Why is it important to develop computer savvy students of biology? Understanding quantitative research is critical to grasping biology. A good fraction of modern biology is heavily quantitative. Photo: Microsoft Images. Gross: A good fraction of modern biology is heavily quantitative, and one of the main complaints that I have heard for a very long time from biologists is that students do not have the capability to carry out the basic quantitative research that is critical to all modern biology across the spectrum. Graphing is a required basic skill. One of the most distressing comments has been about the simplest things: reading, interpreting, and producing graphs—simple graphs that students have seen again and again since they were in elementary and middle school. Perhaps the simplest illustration of this point is the basic way we communicate science, which requires a quantitative framework for understanding. How do teachers go about helping students become more computer savvy?

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