Ken Johnson

Mr. Johnson

Ken Johnson

AG Animal Science
AG Engineering and Fabrications I & II

Room: 5006

Phone: 480-497-0177 ext. 6043

Ken.Johnson@gilbertschools.net


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AG120 AG ENGINEERING AND FABRICATION I
Grades:9, 10, 11, 12       1 Year   1 Credit
Fee:
$25.00
This course will satisfy one CTE credit for Arizona university entrance requirements.

This course will introduce basic engineering and fabrication skills such as hand tools, power tools, plumbing, welding, metal fabrication, project design and construction. Students will learn to read working drawings and complete project plans. Students will apply learned skills to construct an actual project. Leadership development and FFA activities will be emphasized. An approved supervised agricultural experience will be developed and conducted by each student.

AG221 AG ENGINEERING AND FABRICATION II
Grades:10, 11, 12           1 Year   1 Credit
Prerequisite:
Beginning Ag Fabrication or Ag Engineering and Fabrication I
Fee:
$25.00
This course may be repeated for credit but not for grade change.

This course will satisfy one CTE credit for Arizona university entrance requirements.

 This course will emphasize advanced skills in agriculture and related industries. Topics will include welding (Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Metal Inert Gas (MIG), Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG), and oxy fuels), computerized plasma cutting, student project engineering, and fabrication, structures, surveying, concrete, plumbing, and electrical skills. Leadership development and FFA activities will be emphasized. An approved supervised agricultural experience will be developed and conducted by each student.

AG201 AG SCIENCE-ANIMAL
Grades:10, 11, 12           1 Year   1 Credit
Prerequisite:
Applied Biological Systems or application and approval
Fee:
$15.00
Can be taken for dual credit

This course will meet one of the District graduation requirements for science, but will not replace Lab Biology. This course will satisfy one-half lab science or one CTE credit for Arizona university entrance requirements.

This course will prepare students for careers in Animal and Veterinary Sciences. Course content includes animal selection, nutrition, health, genetics and animal/human relations. Leadership development and FFA activities will be emphasized. An approved supervised agricultural experience will be developed and conducted by each student.

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