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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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    1. 4-H Record Book Training Presented By: 2007 Modoc 4-H All Star Team

    2. 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

    3. 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.

    4. Workshop Guidelines • Please ask clarification questions. • Be prepared to take this information back to your clubs.

    5. 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.

    6. Purpose of 4-H Records • Learn time management and organizational skills. • Learn responsibility and develop goal setting skills.

    7. 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.

    8. Record Book Incentives • Awards • Club • County • Sectional • State

    9. 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

    10. What Do I Include? • Folder • No Three Ring Binders • Tabs (Optional)

    11. 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

    12. 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

    13. What Don’t I Include? • Previous Years’ Materials (For County, Sectional & State Judging) • Calendars • Foo, Foo Stuff • Decorations On Divider Pages

    14. Personal Development Report

    15. Pre-Activity Navigating Your Way Through The New Record Book - PDR

    16. 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.

    17. 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

    18. 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.

    19. PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed This Year • Old PDR Category • Number of Projects Completed – “S”

    20. PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed This Year • Projects Completed • Gardening • Shooting Sports • Swine = 3 Credits

    21. Questions? PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed

    22. PDR #2 4-H Project SkillActivities • Record activities that enhance the member’s learning experience in their current 4-H projects.

    23. PDR #2 4-H Project SkillActivities • Old PDR Categories • Judging Contests – “F” • Project Exhibit – “P” • Project Showing Contest – “Z”

    24. 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

    25. 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

    26. 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

    27. 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

    28. 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

    29. 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

    30. 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

    31. 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

    32. 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

    33. 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

    34. Questions? PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

    35. 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.

    36. PDR #3 4-H Events Attended • Old PDR Categories • 4-H Camp – “C” • Field Day – “D” • State Leadership Conference – “E” • Attended Events – “U”

    37. PDR #3 4-H Events Attended 4-H Camp • Why Camp = 1 credit

    38. 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

    39. 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

    40. 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

    41. PDR #3 4-H Events Attended Events Attended Continued • California Focus = 1 credit • Washington Focus = 1 credit

    42. Questions? PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

    43. PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development • Record leadership positions held of events attended.

    44. 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”

    45. 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

    46. 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

    47. PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Junior or Teen Leader (1 per project) • Cooking Junior Leader • Sewing Junior Leader = 2 credits

    48. PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Held An Office • Club Officer = 1 credit • Club Officer Training = 1 credit

    49. 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

    50. PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Other • All Star = 1 credit