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4-H Record Book Training. Presented By: 2007 Modoc 4-H All Star Team. Workshop Overview. General Record Book – Part 1 General Record Book – Part 2 Personal Development Report My 4-H Story Project Reports Transition to New Record Book. Workshop Goals.

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4-H Record Book Training

Presented By:

2007 Modoc 4-H All Star Team


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Workshop Overview

  • General Record Book – Part 1

  • General Record Book – Part 2

  • Personal Development Report

  • My 4-H Story

  • Project Reports

  • Transition to New Record Book


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Workshop Goals

  • Take the confusion out of 4-H record books.

  • Help 4-H Members, Leaders & Parents transition from old Record Books to new Record Books.

  • Answer questions about the new format.


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Workshop Guidelines

  • Please ask clarification questions.

  • Be prepared to take this information back to your clubs.


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Purpose of 4-H Records

  • Reflect on yearly work completed.

  • Maintain records of project and club work.

  • Demonstrate growth and measure achievement across years in 4-H.

  • Improve written communication skills.


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Purpose of 4-H Records

  • Learn time management and organizational skills.

  • Learn responsibility and develop goal setting skills.


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Record Book Incentives

  • Sell a market animal at Junior Livestock Show, Lassen Fair, Intermountain Fair or Tulelake Butte Valley Fair.

  • Participate in Countywide 4-H events.

  • Earn year pins & service stripes.

  • Earn star ranks.

  • Earn project pins.


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Record Book Incentives

  • Awards

    • Club

    • County

    • Sectional

    • State


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New 4-H Record Book

  • Regular 4-H members (9-19 years old)

  • Required for members submitting to Sectional/State competition.

    Forms available at http://ca4h.org or

    www.cemodoc.ucdavis.edu


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What Do I Include?

  • Folder

    • No Three Ring Binders

  • Tabs (Optional)


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Record Book Order

  • Title Page (Optional)

  • Table of Contents (Optional)

  • State 4-H Judging Cover Page (State Competition Only)

  • Personal Development Report

    • My 4-H Story


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Record Book Order

  • Project Reports

    • Annual Project Report

    • Expression Page (Optional)

    • Junior/Teen Leadership Report (if applicable)

    • Modoc County Market Animal Supplement

  • Collection of 4-H Work

  • Previous Years’ Materials


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What Don’t I Include?

  • Previous Years’ Materials (For County, Sectional & State Judging)

  • Calendars

  • Foo, Foo Stuff

    • Decorations On Divider Pages



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Pre-Activity

Navigating Your Way Through The New Record Book - PDR


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Pre-Activity

  • Write which category number you think each item should be placed under on the new PDR.

  • Mark N/A if the item does not belong on the PDR.

  • Record your answers to the left side of the line.


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PDR Categories

1. 4-H Projects Completed This Year

2. 4-H Project Skill Activities

3. 4-H Events Attended

4. 4-H Leadership Development

5. 4-H Citizenship/Community Service

6. 4-H Communication Skills

7. 4-H Honor and Recognition

8. Lifestyle Activities


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PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed This Year

  • Record 4-H projects with a completed and signed Annual Project Report may be counted.

  • This means that you completed at least six hours of educational instruction and attended at least 80% of project meetings.


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PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed This Year

  • Old PDR Category

    • Number of Projects Completed – “S”


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PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed This Year

  • Projects Completed

    • Gardening

    • Shooting Sports

    • Swine

      = 3 Credits


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Questions?

PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed


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PDR #2 4-H Project SkillActivities

  • Record activities that enhance the member’s learning experience in their current 4-H projects.


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PDR #2 4-H Project SkillActivities

  • Old PDR Categories

    • Judging Contests – “F”

    • Project Exhibit – “P”

    • Project Showing Contest – “Z”


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PDR #2 4-H Project SkillActivities

Judging Contests

  • Livestock Judging & Skills Day = 1 credit

  • Presentation Night = 1 credit

  • Home Economics Day = 1 credit

  • Junior Livestock Show = 1 credit

  • Tulelake Butte Valley Fair = 1 credit

  • Skillathon = 1 credit


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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

Project Exhibit

  • All Horse Classes (Halter, English, Western & Gymkhana) = 1 per event

    • Horse Classes – JLS

    • Horse Classes – IMF or TLBV Fair

      = 2 credits


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PDR #2 4-H Project SkillActivities

Project Exhibit

  • Market Classes = 1 per event (when show two animals of the same species)

    • Lightweight Market Hog – JLS or Fair

    • Middleweight Market Hog – JLS or Fair

      = 1 credit


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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

Project Exhibit

  • Market Classes = 2 per event (when show two species of animals)

    • Market Steer – JLS or Fair

    • Market Hog – JLS or Fair

      = 2 credits


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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

Project Exhibit

  • Breeding Classes = 1 per event (when show two animals of the same species)

    • Senior Yearling Heifer – JLS or Fair

    • Junior Yearling Heifer – JLS or Fair

      = 1 credit


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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

Breeding Exhibit

  • Breeding Classes = 2 per event (when show two species of animals)

    • Breeding Lamb – JLS or Fair

    • Breeding Hog – JLS or Fair

      = 2 credits


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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

Project Exhibit

  • At Fair

    • Arts & Crafts Entry = 1 credit

    • Baking or Cooking Entry = 1 credit

    • Gardening Entry = 1 credit

    • Photography Entry = 1 credit

    • Quilt or Sewing Entry = 1 credit


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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

Project Exhibit

  • At Home Economics Day

    • Centerpiece Competition = 1 credit

    • Fashion Revue Competition = 1 credit

    • Place Setting Competition = 1 credit

    • Quilt Competition = 1 credit

    • Quilt Square Competition = 1 credit

    • Recipe Review Competition = 1 credit

    • Sewing Construction Competition = 1 credit


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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

Project Showing Contest

  • Showmanship = 1 credit/event/species of animal.

    • Horse Showmanship – JLS or Fair

    • Sheep Showmanship – JLS or Fair

      = 2 credits


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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

Project Showing Contest

  • Showmanship = 1 credit/event/species of animal.

    • Horse Showmanship – JLS

    • Horse Showmanship – IMF or TLBV Fair

      = 2 credits


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Questions?

PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities


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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

  • Record events not reported elsewhere.

  • 4-H events are authorized and publicized functions other than regular club or project meetings.


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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

  • Old PDR Categories

    • 4-H Camp – “C”

    • Field Day – “D”

    • State Leadership Conference – “E”

    • Attended Events – “U”


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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

4-H Camp

  • Why Camp = 1 credit


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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

Field Day

  • Farm Bureau Field Day = 1 credit

  • CSU Chico Fitting School = 1 credit

  • CSU Chico Swine Day = 1 credit

  • CSU Chico Sheep & Goat Day = 1 credit

  • Club/Multi-Club Field Day = 1 credit

  • State 4-H Field Day = 1 credit


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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

Events Attended – If not counted

elsewhere.

  • Club Officer Training = 1 credit

  • Achievement/Awards Night = 1 credit

  • 4-H Orientation = 1 credit

  • Presentation Workshop = 1 credit

  • Livestock Judging & Skills Day = 1 credit

  • Presentation Day = 1 credit


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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

Events Attended Continued – If not

counted elsewhere.

  • Sectional Presentation Day = 1 credit

  • Home Economics Day = 1 credit

  • State Fashion Revue, Field Day & Presentation Day = 1 credit

  • Junior Livestock Show = 1 credit

  • Record Book Workshop = 1 credit


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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

Events Attended Continued

  • California Focus = 1 credit

  • Washington Focus = 1 credit


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Questions?

PDR #3 4-H Events Attended


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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

  • Record leadership positions held of events attended.


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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

  • Old PDR Categories

    • Committee Chairperson – “F”

    • Committee Member – “J”

    • Junior or Teen Leader – “K”

    • Held An Office – “M”

    • Planned A Group Activity – “T”


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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

Committee Chairperson/Member

  • Club Event = 1 credit

  • Club Fundraiser = 1 credit

  • Club Community Service Project = 1 credit

  • Club Officer Training = 1 credit

  • Achievement/Awards Night = 1 credit

  • 4-H Orientation = 1 credit


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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

Committee Chairperson/Member

Continued

  • Presentation Workshop = 1 credit

  • Livestock Judging & Skills Day = 1 credit

  • Presentation Night = 1 credit

  • Home Economics Day = 1 credit

  • Record Book Workshop = 1 credit


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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

Junior or Teen Leader (1 per project)

  • Cooking Junior Leader

  • Sewing Junior Leader

    = 2 credits


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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

Held An Office

  • Club Officer = 1 credit

  • Club Officer Training = 1 credit


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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

Planned Group Activity – Project or Club

activities that a member or group of

members plans without creating a

committee, or that is not part of their

Officer, Junior/Teen Leader or

Committee Member duties.

  • Example: Develop Skillathon for Arts & Crafts Project Meeting = 1 credit


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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

Other

  • All Star = 1 credit


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Questions?

PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development


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PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/Community Service

  • Report your participation in hours where you take an active part in a planned program of service to improve the community or assist members of the community.

  • The hours column has been added only to indicate the depth of participation.


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PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/Community Service

  • Fundraisers are not community service projects.

  • Old PDR Categories

    • Community Pride/Service – “Y”


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PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/Community Service

Community Service/Pride

  • Clean Up Days = 1 credit

  • Convalescent Home Visits = 1 credit

  • Serving At Community Dinners = 1 credit

  • Care Packages For Soldiers = 1 credit

  • Matthew West Fundraiser = 1 credit


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PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/Community Service

Citizenship – New!

  • Leading Flag Salute = 1 credit

  • Leading 4-H Pledge = 1 credit

  • Presenting Flags At 4-H Or Community Event = 1 credit

  • Emerald Star Project = 1 credit

  • Completing a California or Washington Focus Citizenship Plan of Action = 1 credit

  • Home Economics Day Escort = 1 credit


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Questions?

PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/

Community Service


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

  • Record major, prepared communication activities.

  • Included All Presentation Formats

  • Include New Technology (Websites)


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

  • Old PDR Categories

    • Wrote & Submitted News – “H”

    • Represented 4-H In Some Other Way – “I”

    • Prepared & Gave Talk – “L”

    • Radio/TV Appearance – “N”

    • Gave A Demonstration – “R”


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Wrote & Submitted News

  • To MuleTales Or A Local Newspaper

  • Newspaper articles by Club Reporters and/or Committee Members are typically considered part of the member’s official responsibilities and are not counted as an extra credit in the Communication box.


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Represented 4-H In Some Other Way

  • Master/Mistress of Ceremonies

    • Achievement Night = 1 credit

    • Livestock Judging & Skills Day = 1 credit

    • Presentation Day = 1 credit

    • Home Economics Day = 1 credit


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Represented 4-H In Some Other Way

Continued

  • Room Monitor

    • Local Presentation Day = 1 credit

    • Regional Presentation Day = 1 credit

    • State Presentation Day = 1 credit


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Represented 4-H In Some Other Way

Continued

  • Judge

    • Local Presentation Day = 1 credit

    • Sectional Presentation Day = 1 credit


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Represented 4-H In Some Other Way

Continued

  • Home Economics Day Narrator = 1 credit

  • Home Economics Day Escort = 1 credit

  • Wore Uniform For National 4-H Week = 1 credit

  • Ladies Lead = 1 credit


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Prepared & Gave Talk – must be

prepared before the meeting and last for

several minutes.

  • Examples

    • Project Report At A Leader’s Council Meeting

    • Introduced A Guest Speaker

    • Presented An Award


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Gave A Demonstration

  • Expanded To Include All 4-H Presentation Formats

    • Illustrated Talk

    • Educational Display

    • Prepared Speech

    • Impromptu Speech

    • Interpretative Reading

    • Audio-Visual Presentation

    • Share The Fun


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Gave A Demonstration Continued

  • 1 Credit Per Audience

  • Example

    • Project Meeting

    • Club Meeting

    • Local Presentation Day

      = 3 credits


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PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills

Other

  • Presenter

    • Club Officer Training = 1 credit

    • 4-H Orientation = 1 credit

    • Presentation Workshop = 1 credit

    • Livestock Judging & Skills Day = 1 credit

    • Record Book Workshop = 1 credit

  • Recipe Review Competition = 1 credit


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Questions?

PDR #6 4-H Communication Skills


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

  • Record significant and notable honors, awards and recognition received.

  • Do not include ribbons, seals or certificates on the PDR. Write these on your Annual Project Report Form.

  • Only the highest awards are listed on this category.


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

  • Old PDR Categories

    • Medalist – “O”

    • County Winner – “V”

    • Other Individual Achievement – “W”

    • Other Group Achievement – “X”


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

Medalist

  • Presentations

    • Local Presentation Day = 1 credit

    • Sectional Presentation Day = 1 credit

    • State Presentation Day = 1 credit


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

Medalist Continued

  • Home Economics Day

    • Centerpiece Competition = 1 credit

    • Fashion Revue Competition = 1 credit

    • Place Setting Competition = 1 credit

    • Quilt Competition = 1 credit

    • Quilt Square Competition = 1 credit

    • Recipe Review Competition = 1 credit

    • Sewing Construction Competition = 1 credit


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

Medalist Continued

  • Record Book Competition = 1 credit


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

County Winner

  • Home Economics Day – 1st Place/Age Division

    • Centerpiece Competition = 1 credit

    • Fashion Revue Competition = 1 credit

    • Place Setting Competition = 1 credit

    • Quilt Competition = 1 credit

    • Quilt Square Competition = 1 credit

    • Recipe Review Competition = 1 credit

    • Sewing Construction Competition = 1 credit


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PDR #7 4-H Honor/Recognition

County Winner Continued

  • Junior Livestock Show or Fair

    • Grand Champion = 1 credit

    • Best of Show = 1 credit


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

County Winner Continued

  • Record Book Competition – 1st Place/Age Division = 1 credit


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

Other Individual Achievement

  • 1st Place Showmanship = 1 credit

  • 1st Place Master Showmanship/Round Robin = 1 credit

  • 100% Attendance At Community Club Meetings = 1 credit

  • Star Ranks (Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum) = 1 credit each

  • All Star = 1 credit

  • Emerald Star = 1 credit


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PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition

Other Group Achievement

  • 1st Place Herdsmanship

  • 1st Place Stall Decorating

  • 1st Place Feature Booth

  • 1st Place Parade Entry


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Questions?

PDR #7 4-H Honors/Recognition


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PDR #8 Lifestyle Activities

  • Report your participation in other organizations.

  • Each organization counts as one credit per 4-H year (Sept 1 to Aug 31).

  • Report other 4-H participation that does not count elsewhere.


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PDR #8 Lifestyle Activities

  • Old PDR Categories

    • Participation Other Than 4-H – “Q”


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PDR #8 Lifestyle Activities

School Organizations – 1 credit each

  • Examples

    • Future Farmers of America

    • Future Homemakers of America

    • Student Council

    • Band

    • Drama

    • Etc.


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PDR #8 Lifestyle Activities

Sports = 1 credit/sport

  • Examples

    • School Basketball Team

    • City League Basketball Team

      = 1 credit

    • School Football

    • School Baseball

      = 2 credits


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PDR #8 Lifestyle Activities

Organization Membership

  • Examples

    • American Quarter Horse Association

    • American Dairy Goat Association

    • Boy Scouts of America

    • Girl Scouts of America

    • Church Youth Group

    • Etc.


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PDR #8 Lifestyle Activities

Other

  • Examples

    • Camp Participant/Counselor

    • Music/Voice Lessons

    • Dance/Gymnastic Lessons

    • Art Lessons

    • Employment

    • Etc.


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PDR #8 Lifestyle Activities

Other 4-H Participation

  • Examples

    • Share The Fun

    • Song Leading

    • Cultural Arts

    • Japanese Exchange

    • Australian Exchange

    • Finland Exchange


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Questions?

PDR #8 Lifestyle Activities


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Post-Activity

Navigating Your Way Through The New 4-H Record Book - PDR


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Post-Activity

  • Now that you’ve had some instruction, write the category number you think each item should be placed under on the new PDR.

  • Mark N/A if the item does not belong on the PDR.

  • Record your answers on the right side of the line.


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PDR Categories

1. 4-H Projects Completed

2. 4-H Skills Activities

3. 4-H Events Attended

4. 4-H Leadership Development

5. 4-H Citizenship/Community Service

6. 4-H Communication Skills

7. 4-H Honors and Recognition

8. Lifestyle Activities



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My 4-H Story

On separate sheets of paper, write or

type your 4-H story. Tell about your

activities and experiences, what you

learned, what you would do differently,

and how you feel about 4-H. Your story

should be a record of all years in 4-H

and emphasize your current year in 4-H.


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My 4-H Story

  • Page Length

    • 4th & 5th Grades or First Year Member = 1 to 2 pages

    • 6 to 8th Grades = 2 to 4 pages

    • 9 to 12th Grades = 3 to 6 pages


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My 4-H Story

  • Single sided.

  • 1 ½” Left Margin

  • 1” Top Margin

  • 1” Right Margin

  • 1” Bottom Margin


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My 4-H Story

  • Black Ink

  • Double Spaced

  • 12 Point Font

    • Garamond

    • Arial

    • Times New Roman

    • Helevetica


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Paragraph #1

  • Introduce Yourself

    • Age

    • Interests

    • Parents

    • Siblings

    • Where you live

    • Where you go to school

    • When & why you joined 4-H


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Paragraph #2

  • Tell about your 4-H projects and activities.

  • What goals did you set and which ones did you reach?

  • What have you learned in the program?

  • How has your 4-H work grown in size and different activities?


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Paragraph #2

  • Describe the things you have tried and found successful and some that were not so successful.

  • How have you arranged for financing? Indicate profits, loses and savings.

  • Include major learning experiences, special interest and unusual situations you encountered.


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Paragraph #3

  • Explain how 4-H has helped you become a better leader and citizen.

  • Describe the most important offices you have held and the committee assignments you have accepted.


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Paragraph #3

  • Tell about what you have learned from working with other 4-H members as a Junior or Teen Leader.

  • Explain how you have learned to accept citizenship responsibilities.


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Paragraph #4

  • Describe how 4-H participation has helped you to feel good about yourself, include your school and career goals and your use of leisure time.


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Questions?

My 4-H Story



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Activity

PDR Category Worksheet


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PDR Transition

  • Move totals from the 26 boxes into the specified category on the new PDR.

  • Star ranks are maintained, even if the member does not meet the requirements on the new PDR.


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New PDR

  • Use the Modoc County PDR Guide to start completing your new PDR.

  • Workshop presenters are available to answer questions.



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