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Leadership Development in Agriscience and Horticulture. Objective: To Develop Leadership Skills. What Is Leadership ?. Leadership is the ability to lead. To Lead:. To lead is to show the way. Traits of Good Leaders. Integrity….(Honesty). Knowledge…awareness and understanding.

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Leadership development in agriscience and horticulture

Leadership Development in Agriscience and Horticulture

Objective: To Develop Leadership Skills


What is leadership

What Is Leadership ?

  • Leadership is the ability to lead.


To lead

To Lead:

  • To lead is to show the way.


Traits of good leaders

Traits of Good Leaders

  • Integrity….(Honesty).

  • Knowledge…awareness and understanding.

  • Courage… willingness to proceed under difficult conditions.

  • Tact…be able to encourage others in a positive way.


Traits of a good leader

Traits of a Good Leader.

  • Enthusiasm

  • Unselfishness

  • Loyalty


Opportunities in leadership

Opportunities in Leadership

  • 4-H clubs

  • Girl and boy scout organizations

  • FFA


Franklinton ffa

Franklinton FFA

  • Making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for…

  • Premier leadership

  • Personal growth

  • Career success


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Franklinton High FFA

  • Aim and purposes.

  • The aim of the FFA is the development of agriscience leadership, cooperation and citizenship.

  • The purpose of the FFA.

  • Turn to page 93 and 94 in the agriscience book.


The emblem

The Emblem

  • The FFA emblem contains five major symbols that help demonstrate the structure of the organization.


The eagle

The Eagle

  • The eagle represents the national scope of the organization.


Leadership development in agriscience and horticulture

Corn

  • The cross section of the ear of corn.

  • Corn is grown in every state in the united states.

  • It reminds us of our common interest in agriscience.


Leadership development in agriscience and horticulture

Owl

  • The owl represents knowledge and wisdom


Leadership development in agriscience and horticulture

Plow

  • Represents….

  • Work.

  • Labor.

  • Effort.


Rising sun

Rising Sun

  • The rising sun is a symbol of the progressive nature of agriscience.


Colors

Colors

  • The official colors of the FFA are…….

  • Blue and gold.

  • The shade of blue is national blue.

  • The shade of gold is corn gold.


Motto

Motto

  • The FFA has a motto:

  • Learning to do

  • Doing to learn

  • Earning to live

  • Living to serve


Salute

Salute

  • The FFA salute is……

  • The pledge of allegiance to the American flag.


The ffa has 4 degrees

The FFA Has 4 Degrees

  • Greenhand

  • Chapter

  • State

  • American degree


Contest ffa

Contest…FFA

  • Career development events (CDE)

  • Examples:

  • Parliamentary procedure

  • Creed

  • Tools

  • Public speaking

  • Horticulture


Proficiency awards

Proficiency Awards

  • If A STUDENT owns their own business.

  • And keeps good records.

  • They can apply for an award.


Public speaking

Public Speaking

  • Prepared public speaking

  • Extemporaneous public speaking


The parts of a speech

The Parts of a Speech

  • Introduction

  • Body

  • Conclusion


Parliamentary procedure

Parliamentary Procedure

  • What is parliamentary procedure ?

  • It is the rules on how to conduct a meeting.


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Parliamentary Procedure

  • Parli pro is used to conduct meetings for schools, clubs, church groups, U.S. Congress ect.


Why is parliamentary important

Why Is Parliamentary Important ?

  • Discuss one topic at a time.

  • Hear everyone’s opinion in a relaxed, courteous atmosphere.

  • Protect the rights of minorities.

  • Make decisions according to the wishes of the majority of the group.


Requirements of a good business meeting

Requirements of a Good Business Meeting

  • A good presiding officer.

  • A good secretary.

  • Informed members.

  • A comfortable meeting room.


Conducting meeting

Conducting Meeting

  • The order of business.

    1. Call to order.

    2. Reading the minutes.

    3. Treasurer’s report.

    4. Reports of other officers or committees.

    5. Old business.

    6. New business 7. then Adjournment.


Use of the gavel

Use of the Gavel

  • The gavel is a small wooden hammerlike object used by the presiding officer.


The gavel

The Gavel

  • The gavel is a symbol of authority.


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Use of the Gavel

  • The number of taps….

  • One tap- announces the outcome of a decision.

  • Two taps- the meeting will come to order.

  • Three taps- members will stand up.

  • Series of taps- come to order.


Obtaining recognition and permission to speak

Obtaining Recognition and Permission to Speak

  • Raise your hand to get the presiding officers attention.

  • The presiding officer should call the member by name.

  • Then the member will stand and address the officer as Madame or Mr. President or chairperson.

  • The member then proceeds to speak.


What is a motion

What Is a Motion ?

  • A motion is a proposal, presented in a meeting, to be acted upon by the group.


How to present a motion

How to Present a Motion.

  • The member raises a hand and is recognized by the presiding officer.

  • Then the member will say,”Madame/Mr. President, I move that…..”

  • Then a second individual must second the motion. “By saying Madame/Mr. President I second the motion.”


Some useful motions

Some Useful Motions

  • Main motion

  • Amend

  • Refer

  • Lay on the table

  • Point of order

  • Adjourn


Review

Review

  • To lead is to :

  • Show the way


The traits of a good leader

The Traits of a Good Leader

  • Integrity

  • Knowledge

  • Courage

  • Tact

  • Enthusiasm

  • Unselfishness

  • Loyalty


Who provides for the 4 h

Who Provides for the 4-h

  • Cooperative extension service


What must you be to be in the ffa

What Must You Be ,to Be in the FFA ?

  • A student enrolled in a agriscience program in your school.


What symbol represents ffa as a national organization

What Symbol Represents FFA As a National Organization.

  • The eagle


The owl is a symbol of

The Owl Is a Symbol Of:

  • Knowledge and wisdom


What is the symbol of our common interest

What Is the Symbol of Our Common Interest ?

  • Corn


The plow is a symbol of

The Plow Is a Symbol Of:

  • Work – labor - effort


The rising sun is a symbol of

The Rising Sun Is a Symbol Of:

  • The progressive nature of agriscience.

  • The need for us to work together for a common goal.


What are the ffa colors

What Are the FFA Colors?

  • Corn gold

  • National blue


The ffa motto

The FFA Motto

  • Learning to do

  • Doing to learn

  • Earning to live

  • Living to serve


What is the first degree in ffa

What Is the First Degree in ffa

  • Greenhand


The largest part of a speech

The Largest Part of a Speech.

  • Body


One of the last items in an order of business

One of the Last Items in an Order of Business

  • New business.


I move

I Move…

  • The only acceptable way to start a motion.


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