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Horticulture – 9/1/11. Write your first and last name on the front of the card. On the back, answer these questions. One sentence each: LIKE - What do you like about horticulture? STRUGGLE - What do you struggle with in science?

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horticulture 9 1 11
Horticulture – 9/1/11
  • Write your first and last name on the front of the card.
  • On the back, answer these questions. One sentence each:
    • LIKE - What do you like about horticulture?
    • STRUGGLE - What do you struggle with in science?
    • LEARNER - Do you think you are a visual, verbal, or kinesthetic (learning by doing) type of learner?
    • GRADE - What grade do you hope to get?
rules role play
Rules Role Play
  • Example or Non-example
  • Must be school appropriate and short (2-3 minutes)
  • I can play myself, or you can be teacher.
  • Brainstorm, notes, design, rehearse – TIME.
  • Each group will present.
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Rules Role Play
  • Example or Non-example
  • Must be school appropriate and short (2-3 minutes)
  • I can play myself, or you can be teacher.
  • Brainstorm, notes, design, rehearse – TIME.
  • Each group will present.
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Horticulture – 9/2/11

On your Entry Task Answer Sheet, under “FRIDAY”

  • What other ideas will add to this class besides science stuff?
  • List 3 topics, from the tree, you know the least about.
  • Describe Oakville’s RESPECT policy. Who does it affect?
  • When finished, wait for Ms. Maring to get your paper.
  • Look at the words on your class tree. Choose TWO things you are curious about.
grow your learning goals
Grow your learning goals…
  • On your leaf/acorn, write your name.
  • Write one topic you are interested in learning on the front.
  • When you have reached that learning goal, you will “harvest” these and answer 5 questions (worth 5 points)
  • Repeat process on another leaf/acorn.
  • When finished, hold up both leaves/acorns.
community
Community…
  • “Say Something Nice”
  • Write 3 things about yourself other people may not know but you would not mind sharing…
  • Stand up, share your 3 things with someone you do not know very well.
  • Listen to theirs.
  • Move on to the next person.
  • When I say, “STOP,” you will share something you learned about someone else.
design your t shirt
Design your T-shirt
  • Include drawings or cut-out photos which describe “Who you are.”
  • These can be favorite things to do, family, music, sports, books, pets, etc.
  • Your T-shirt will be displayed – make it nice!
  • RESPECT PROPERTY – lids on markers, conserve glue, pick up scraps, share supplies.
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Horticulture – 9/6/11
  • Fill out top of Entry Task Sheet –
  • week 9/6-9/9
  • Keep until Friday in binder.
  • TUESDAY –Complete your T-shirt. For 3 of the images or words on your T-shirt, explain how this shows who you are. Be ready to share out at the end of 5 minutes.
  • When finished, get out materials for this class – notebook, folder or binder, good attitude.
being a leader
Being a Leader
  • Watch FISH! Philosophy
  • On the back of your entry task sheet, list all the positive attributes of the team players in the video. What are they doing which helps their work?
  • Communication and following directions activity – no talking or helping your neighbor.
  • Try again – you are allowed to ask questions and help your neighbor.
  • When were you most successful? Why?
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Horticulture 9/7/11
  • Entry Task – WEDNESDAY
  • List 3 attitudes of a good leader. For each, explain why you think it is important.
  • List 3 attitudes of a team player. Were any the same as a good leader?
  • Can you be a leader without the team? Explain.
set up notebooks
Set up notebooks
  • Notebook – name and grade inside front cover.
  • Number pages front and back.
  • Page 1 – fold hotdog. Top – TABLE OF CONTENTS. Number down column on left. Number down column on right.
  • Page 2 – classroom matrix
  • Page 3 – Top – Tools. Number 1-14.
leadership
Leadership
  • Be a leader, at all times, all settings = RESPECT
  • In the hallways…
  • In the classroom…
  • In the greenhouse…
  • In the community… (let me share a little story).
  • How do you feel when you are around a good leader? How do you feel when you are around someone being disrespectful?
safety in horticulture
Safety in Horticulture
  • Tools and settings scavenger hunt – search with a partner (remember to be a leader wherever you are…)
  • Start in the classroom with #1-5.
  • Write down each item in your notebook on PAGE 3.
  • We will go as a group to the next location.
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Horticulture 9/8/11
  • Entry Task – THURSDAY
  • What are two tools you found in the scavenger hunt?
  • What are they used for?
  • What are the safety issues with those tools?
  • When finished, be sure all your neighbors have the answers. Help someone…be a leader
your cubby
Your cubby
  • First, check your notebook to be sure it is numbered pages 1-55 and has a table of contents.
  • Bring notebook to show Ms. Maring and choose a cubby.
  • Sit back down and paste “Controlling the Hazards” to page 4.
  • Read “Controlling the Hazards.”
your glove size
Your glove size
  • Pass the clipboard with instructions and the measuring tape.
  • Record your name and glove size at the bottom.
  • Review answers to the scavenger hunt while you are waiting.
on page 4
On page 4…
  • Fill in definitions.
    • First choice - Remove the hazard -
    • Next choice - Improve work policies/procedures -
    • Last choice - Use protective clothing/equipment -
  • Fill in chart for each scenario and how to control the hazards. Always start with “remove the hazard” as top priority!
  • Work with your table group to finish the chart.
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Horticulture 9/9/11
  • Entry Task – FRIDAY
  • Fill in any entry task answers you are missing from the week. Help each other
  • List the 3 ways to control hazards—in order of first to last priority.
  • Define “remove the hazard” in your own words.
  • When finished, be sure all your neighbors have the answers. Help someone…be a leader
  • TURN IN YOUR SYLLABUS!!!
on page 41
On page 4…
  • Fill in definitions.
    • First choice - Remove the hazard -
    • Next choice - Improve work policies/procedures -
    • Last choice - Use protective clothing/equipment -
  • Fill in chart for each scenario and how to control the hazards. Always start with “remove the hazard” as top priority!
  • Work with your table group to finish the chart.
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Horticulture 9/12/11
  • Entry Task – MONDAY (keep the sheet all week)
  • Describe how you would “improve work policies” if your employees were leaving messes at the end of the day.

(2 sentences = 2 points)

  • What 3 things do you think makes someone most hirable?
  • When finished, guess the plant Ms. Maring passes around.
on page 5
On page 5…
  • With your table group, make up a scenario in which someone gets hurt in a horticulture situation.
  • Trade with a table near you and have them fill in:
    • First choice - Remove the hazard -
    • Next choice - Improve work policies/procedures -
    • Last choice - Use protective clothing/equipment -
guess this plant
Guess this plant…
  • Video. Which plant is it? What product is made from it?
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Guess this plant…
  • A tree whose bark is ground up and used for snickerdoodle cookies!
  • Heart medicine…
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Horticulture 9/13/11
  • Entry Task – TUESDAY
  • For 3 points, demonstrate safe lifting procedure for a partner or Ms. Maring (Write down who you demonstrated lifting for).
  • Proper Lifting Technique
  • Prepare for safe lifting.
  • Stand with feet shoulder width apart.
  • Bend with the knees, keeping the natural curves of your back in alignment.
  • Grip the object, pulling it in close to your body.
  • Tighten your stomach muscles.
  • Keeping your back in alignment, lift with the legs in a slow, smooth motion while exhaling.
  • While carrying a load, keep it close to your body, and do not twist or bend at the waist.
  • Put the object down the same way in which you picked it up.
  • Rest in between lifting tasks.
on page 6
On page 6
  • Brainstorm steps or tasks for clean-up in the greenhouse. Each person should have at least 5 – we will compile a class list.
  • Return to COMPUTER LAB
  • Take survey while computers warm up.
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Jobs…
  • Take the “would you hire yourself survey.”
  • If you answered “always” or “usually” on all of them, you are probably a good student and would make a good employee.
  • Review the “how to get and keep a job page.”
  • Bottom of page 6 - all the jobs you can think of which might involve horticulture.
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Horticulture 9/14/11
  • Entry Task – Wednesday
  • Look at the “would you hire yourself” and “how to get and keep a job.”
  • Circle the 3 you think are MOST important.
  • On your entry task sheet, explain WHY you think those are the most important.
  • When finished, BRAINSTORM at the Bottom of page 6 - all the jobs you can think of which might involve horticulture.
r sum s
Résumés
  • You will enter the example onto page 7.
  • Your Résumé will be a work in progress this year.
  • For today, I would like you to enter some information in each category.
  • Put your information in the “header” section.
  • Start modifying format so it looks nice.
  • Save to my USB flashdrive!! Save as FIRST LAST NAME - Résumé
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Horticulture 9/15/11
  • Entry Task – Thursday
  • Is your homework finished?
  • Share and write down horticulture job ideas.
  • What might you use a résumé for?
  • When finished, glue the résumé example page onto page 7.
  • Have your greenhouse clean-up list (page 6) available.
horticulture jobs bottom page 6
Horticulture Jobs – bottom page 6
  • Gardener
  • Logging
  • Hort Teacher
  • Hybridizing
  • Farmer
  • Landscaper
  • Ecosystem Manager
  • Fish and Wildlife
  • Nursery Production Manager
  • Garden Center Manager
  • Head Grower/Manager
  • Tree Specialist
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Floriculture
greenhouse clean up class list page 8
Greenhouse Clean-up – class list page 8
  • Remove the weeds.(sidneyCole,dakota,jordan bird)
  • Take plants to greenhouse.(zach ,krista)
  • Put equipment away.(zach)
  • Level gravel.(krista)
  • Stack bales of soil – in potting shed.(, sidney sanders)
  • Coil hose (cheyenne)
  • Re-plastic
  • Organize tools(geraldine)
  • Sweep the tables off(cheyenne, sidney sanders)
pick your job
Pick your job…
  • Let’s go get busy Be on task and helping!!
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Horticulture 9/16/11
  • Entry Task – Friday
  • Please fill in any items you are missing from the week. Help each other
  • List the job you chose for your greenhouse clean-up effort.
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Horticulture 9/19/11
  • Entry Task – Monday
  • CHOOSE ONE of the following issues, use your knowledge of controlling hazards and write down what should change.
    • Soil bales are too heavy even for two people to lift. We would like them moved to the potting shed.
    • Unsafe chemicals are in the area. The chemicals, for example rubber cement, appear unrelated to greenhouse work.
    • Piles of wood may cause a tripping hazard.
    • Tools left with tines facing the walkway.
  • When finished, we will refine our clean-up list on page 8.
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Greenhouse Clean-up – continue class list on page 8.
  • Reorganize the pots and flats by size under the benches in potting shed. Hang the size signs. Two people -
  • Move soil bales with hand truck – place under benches in potting shed. Two people -
  • Pump up wheelbarrow tire. One person -
  • Connect hoses to water line. One person -
  • Remove weeds from behind benches. Bag weeds for Ms. M to take to Olympia composting. Two people -
  • Set up heating mats and test if functioning. One person -
  • Sweep floors and walkways. One person -
  • Place garbage can in potting shed. Pick up any garbage in entire area. One person –
  • Level gravel – two people (when weeding is complete)
  • Reorganize benches – outdoor benches? Measure!
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Horticulture 9/20/11
  • Entry Task – Tuesday
  • Write a name for each of the 6 kinds of containers on the lab stations.
  • How well did you work on your assigned task yesterday?
  • What will you improve on today?
  • When finished, open notebooks to page 8.
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Horticulture 9/20/11
  • Reorganize the pots and flats by size under the benches in potting shed. Hang the size signs. 4 people –
  • Remove weeds from behind benches. Bag weeds for Ms. M to take to Olympia composting. 4 people –
  • Pick up any garbage in entire area. 2 people
  • Level gravel – (when weeding is complete). 2 people
  • Reorganize benches – outdoor benches? Measure! 2 people
  • HOMEWORK – find out GPA, list any work experience or special skills.
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Horticulture 9/21/11
  • Entry Task – Wednesday
  • What does dependability look like when “on the job”? List 3 qualities of a dependable worker and explain.
  • Should you be “dependable” in horticulture class? What would that look like?
  • When finished, read through the example résumés. Could you model one of these for yours?
high school r sum examples
High School Résumé Examples
  • HS – no work experience
  • Teen seeking PT work or internship
  • Teen seeking retail job
  • Choose best example to model and work on your own résumé. Save to one of Ms. M’s flash drives AND hard drive.
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Horticulture 9/22/11
  • Entry Task – Thursday
  • Organize your notebook:
  • Page 1 table of contents – add items
  • Page 2 – Matrix
  • Page 3 – Scavenger hunt answers
  • Page 4 – “Controlling Hazards”
  • Page 5 – a safety scenario you made up.
  • Page 6 - your 5 steps for the greenhouse and jobs brainstorm
  • Page 7 – example resume
  • Page 8 – our class list of greenhouse clean-up.
  • When finished, paste your favorite resume example to page 9.
propagation increasing your stock
Propagation – Increasing your Stock
  • Read pages 237-240 together.
  • Circle unfamiliar words.
  • Take notes on each of the types of propagation: layering, (skip offsets), plantlets, stem cuttings, leaf cuttings, (skip cane cuttings), division, (skip air layering), and seed sowing, (skip spore sowing).
  • Please set up your notes like a T-chart.
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Horticulture 9/26/11
  • Entry Task – Monday
  • What is propagation?
  • Of the plants you carried from my car, which one had plantlets?
  • Which of the plants might be good for layering? Why?
  • When finished, please put your name on your houseplant packet and finish reading.
gloves
Gloves…
  • I purchased the correct sizes for the class.
  • You may use the gloves this year. Leave them in good condition for next year’s students.
  • Assign gloves with numbers (sharpie).
  • Please leave your gloves in your horticulture cubby.
on page 10 propagation techniques
On page 10…Propagation Techniques
  • How is layering done?
  • How do you propagate plantlets?
  • Climbers or trailers – pick a vigorous stem, pin it down in compost in a small pot (nick the stem first). After rooting, cut the stem.
  • Take the miniature plants and press it down into moist soil. After rooting, cut the stem.
propagation continued
Propagation, continued
  • How are stem cuttings taken?
  • What about leaf cuttings?
  • How are divisions completed?
  • Choose a non-flowering shoot and cut it 3-6” long. Take leaves off bottom half. Slice bottom with razor blade. Dip in rooting hormone. Put in hole in soil and firm.
  • Similar to stem cuttings but use a leaf stem instead.
  • Knock plant gently out of container. Pull apart sections of the plant, leaving each with plenty of root.
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Horticulture 9/27/11
  • Entry Task – Tuesday
  • Please look at your grade sheet. List any assignments your are missing.
  • What was your goal for a grade on Day 1?
  • Are you meeting your goal? If not, what could you change to improve?
  • TOUR of Ms. M’s Website
  • When finished, take out your gloves. Remember, your gloves should be with you EVERDAY. If that is a problem, leave them with Ms. M or in cubbies.
continue on page 10 or 11 last q a
Continue on page 10 or 11…(last Q/A!)
  • What do I need to know about seed sowing?
  • Timing to germination.
  • Depth
  • Temperature for germination.
  • Light or dark
  • Pre-treatment – example: chilling or soaking
today s goals stay at station to completion be dependable
Today’s Goals – Stay at station to completion!! Be dependable
  • Station 1 – bag weeds – FINISH GREENHOUSE
  • Station 2 – Organize containers FINISH POTTING SHED
  • Station 3 – Harvest Cabbages and set up hoses WATCH DEMO!
  • If you finish your project, join another team!!
  • 5 people
  • 4 people
  • 2 people
  • If we finish early, we will set up 4” flats for plantlet propagation
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Horticulture 9/28/11
  • Entry Task – Wednesday
  • Consider this bumper sticker quote:
  • “Get involved. The world is run by those who show up.”
  • Do you think it is completely true? Explain. 2 sentences minimum.
  • When finished, get your gloves out.
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Today’s Goals – Stay at station to completion!! Be dependable
  • Station 1 – MOVE TABLES and bag weeds – FINISH GREENHOUSE
  • Station 2 – Organize containers - FINISH POTTING SHED. Make 5 flats with 16 square 4” pots each.
  • Station 3 – Harvest Cabbages and set up hoses WATCH DEMO!
  • If you finish your project, join another team!!
  • 5 people
  • 4 people
  • 2 people
  • If we finish early, we will set up 4” flats for plantlet propagation
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Horticulture 9/29/11
  • Entry Task – Thursday
  • Evaluate your work ethic in the greenhouse or potting shed on a scale of 1 to 3.
  • Three – stayed at station, worked the entire time on project, acted as a team player.
  • Two – missed one of the above – which one?
  • One – missed two of the above – which two?
  • NEW POLICY – participation points on “work site”
  • Portion of Hort grade will be for participation.
spider plant and plantlets
Spider Plant and Plantlets
  • Paste Spider Plant information to page 12.
  • Read.
  • In greenhouse, watch plantlet planting demo.
  • Select 4 plantlets with roots. Cut carefully from main plant.
  • Work with your partner to plant your plantlets.
  • Follow the steps in your notes on page 10.
  • Put your names on the tags.
  • Ask Ms. Maring to check your work.
  • Clean up any messes.
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Horticulture 9/30/11
  • Entry Task – Friday
  • Evaluate your work performance during plantlet planting yesterday (scale of 1 to 3 – 3 means you listened to demo, carefully tried it yourself, checked with Ms. M at end).
  • MUSIC – You may listen to music while we work in the greenhouse IF you are also working at a “3” level
safety page 14
SAFETY!!! Page 14
  • Today you will be using a sharp blade to create a clean cut on the bottom of shoots.
  • THERE WILL BE ZERO TOLERANCE FOR HORSEPLAY (of any kind, no matter how minor). You will be excused from class immediately.
  • Wear your gloves.
  • Cut onto the wood blocks.
  • Put the scalpel in case as soon as finished
tradescantia cuttings page 14
Tradescantia Cuttings page 14
  • Select four 4” shoots. Cut carefully with a scissors between two leaf nodes. Place shoots in bags so that they do not dehydrate.
  • WEAR YOUR GLOVES. Very near the scissor cut, carefully cut with scalpel at a 45 degree angle down towards the bench. Place in bags.
  • Bring to Ms. M. Dip in rooting hormone for 3-5 seconds. Place back in bag.
  • Poke a 1.5” hole with your finger.
  • Firm in cutting. Repeat with other 3 shoots.
  • Place in class flat to be covered with plastic.
  • EXTRA TIME? Make 2 more spider plantlet pots.
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Horticulture 10/1/11
  • Entry Task – Monday
  • List the steps of stem cuttings used in Friday’s class.
  • MUSIC – You may listen to music while we work in the greenhouse IF you are also working at a “3” level
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SAFETY!!! Page 16
  • Today you will be using a sharp blade to create a clean cut on the bottom of shoots.
  • THERE WILL BE ZERO TOLERANCE FOR HORSEPLAY (of any kind, no matter how minor). You will be excused from class immediately.
  • Wear your gloves.
  • Cut onto the wood blocks.
  • Put the scalpel in case as soon as finished
begonia leaf cuttings page 16
Begonia Leaf Cuttings page 16
  • Select a healthy medium to small size leaf.
  • Cut the leaf stalk 2 inches from the base of the leaf.
  • Cut four leaves and place in bag.
  • At station, carefully use scalpel to cut straight across leaf stalk very near original cut.
  • Bring to Ms. M. Dip in rooting hormone for 3-5 seconds. Place back in bag.
  • Make a 2” hole with a pencil at a 45 degree angle.
  • Firm in leaf.
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Horticulture 10/4/11
  • Entry Task – Tuesday
  • List the steps of leaf cuttings used in Monday’s class.
  • When finished, glue “Sanseveria” text to page 17.
  • Glue the “Division and Potting Up” to page 18.
  • There will be a notebook check soon!!
division and potting up
Division and Potting Up
  • Watch Ms. Maring’s demonstration of Sanseveria divisions.
  • Gently work at the roots of the plant.
  • Be sure to identify the leaves which will be part of your division.
  • Keep plenty of roots on your division. The root mass should be at least 2 hands around.
  • Pot up into half gallon round containers. Your container should start with approximately 3-4” of soil in it.
  • Center your division so that the base of the leaves or crown will end up 1” below the soil surface.
  • Add soil all around gently firming until nearly full.
  • Show Ms. M your first attempt. If successful, you may do another.
  • We will line up the divisions under the bench and water them at the end.