Mr. Diezi's Class


J. Diezi
Ag Science/FFA Advisor
Bellville Ag Dept.
Conf. Period A Day: 2:05-3:35pm/B Day 12:30-2:00pm
[email protected]

Classes:Ag Power & Fabrication/Ag Fabrication/Intro. Ag Mech./Livestock/Vet Med

Managing our wildlife resources is a major concern today.  You will investigate wildlife ecology, habitat management, wildlife regulations and methods of managing wildlife, including hunting, fishing and trapping.

Wildlife Management Course Outline
I. Importance and History of Wildlife
A. Importance of Wildlife
A. History of Wildlife Conservation
B. Endangered Species
II. Aquaculture Science
A. Types of Aquacultural Businesses
B. Water Quality
C. Determining Fish Health
D. Determining Productivity
III. Science and Technology in Wildlife Management
A. Wildlife Biology
B. Wildlife and the Earth
C. Habitat Establishment and Management
IV. Animal Wildlife Management
A. Animal Biological Systems and Needs
B. Animal Habitat
C. Protecting Animal Wildlife
V. Plant Wildlife Management
A. Plant Biological Systems and Needs
B. Wildflowers
C. Native Forests
D. Browse, Herbage, and Mast
VI. Enjoying Wildlife: Citizen Responsibilities
A. Hunting
B. Fishing
C. Trapping
D. Observing Wildlife and Nature
VII. Taxidermy Project
Course Requirements:
1. Class binder
2. Wildlife species report
3. Complete taxidermy project
4. Antler Scoring Project
5. FFA participation - Extra Credit (Highly Recommended)


Agribusiness Co-op is a senior level course consisting of classroom instruction and on-the-job training. Classroom instruction will include employability skills and job specific skills. Job placements will be in various areas of agribusiness including: animal science, plant and soil science, horticulture, forestry, natural resources, bio-technology and production agriculture. One credit will be granted for the classroom portion of the course and one credit for successful completion of the on-the-job training.
NOTE: The on-the-job training credit will not be awarded if the classroom portion of the course is not completed with a passing grade.
PREREQUISITES: Senior/Junior standing and Co-op Application


Agribusiness Co-op Course Outline
I. Orientation
II. Transition to Work Skills
A. Selecting a Career and Finding a Job.
B. Getting the job
1. Résumé
2. Job Application
3. Cover Letter
4. Interviewing
C. Employability Skill and Keeping the Job
D. Leadership through Financial Management and Security
III. Agribusiness in Wisconsin
A. What is Agribusiness?
B. Importance of Agribusiness to Wisconsin
C. Importance of Agribusiness to U.S.
D. International Trade (Farm and Ranch Business Management)
IV. Commodity Marketing
A. Marketing Basics
B. Fundamental Analysis
C. Technical Analysis
D. Using Futures
E. Option Terms
F. Option Strategies
G. Marketing Math
H. Marketing How-to
V. State FFA Proficiencies/State Degrees
VI. Growmark Essay
VII. Agribusiness, Decision and Dollars
A. Developing Personal Life Skills
B. Inventory
C. Balance Sheet
D. Income Statement
E. Statement of Cash Flow
F. Statement of Owners Equity
G. Analyzing Financial Performance
H. Planning and Decision Making
I. Business Borrowing/Investing
J. Taxes
K. Management Information System
Course Requirements
1. FFA Participation
2. Proficiency Award Application Relater to Co-op Job
3. Growmark Essay
4. Commodity Market Activity
5. Weekly Work Reports

 Ag Fab/Ag Power Course Outline

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Ag Fab/Power Welding prepares the student with

occupational skills in welding construction. Emphasis is placed on four position

welding techniques (flat, vertical, horizontal and overhead) utilizing Oxy-Acetylene

welding (OAW), Shielded Metal-Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Tungsten-Arc Welding

(GTAW) and Gas Metal-Arc Welding (GMAW) processes


Safety and Orientation15/30

a.Introduction to Welding

b.Text, Safety chapter and test

c.CR Safety instructions and tests

d.Bergwell Films on Welding safety and tests

e.Method of Evaluation tests

2.Oxy-Acetylene (OAW)



b.Setup operations

c.Flat positions



3.Tee joints

3.Shielded Metal-Arc Welding (SMAW)20/40

a.Machines and Accessories

3b.Selecting Electrodes

c.Striking Arcs

d.Running continual beads

e.Flat positioning




4.Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Mig20/40


b.Setting up the operation

c.Flat position



3.Tee joints

5. Gas Tungsten-Arc Welding (GTAW)20/40


b.Setting up and operation

c.Flat position



3.Tee joint

6.Other Welding Positions45/90

a.Oxyacetylene Welding (OAW)




b.Shielded Metal-Arc Welding (SMAW)




c.Gas Shielded-Arc Welding




7.Welding Fabrication40/80

a.Shop math




Intro. To Welding Syllabus


Course Description:

The Welding course will provide students with an introduction into the welding

field. The practical experiences in the shop are designed to broadly qualify the

student for employment in the construction and repair industry and the boat

building and repair industry. Students are trained in the use of the oxy-acetylene

process, which includes metal cutting, welding, brazing and soldering. The

various types of arc welding such as shielded metal ARC (SMAW) metal inert gas

(MIG) and tungsten inert gas (TIG) are taught in depth.



Course Objective:

Students in this course will be taught how weld in the above process and will be

able to enter the welding field with skills

needed to achieve their goals. They will

explore welding as a career and participate in the integration of academics,

vocational, evaluation, technology and social skills required of becoming a welder.


Course Requirements:

Course activities and projects required for successful completion of the course

includes meeting Cape Tech requirements, technical research paper,

completing all class work (hands on & academic) and completing a senior



Criteria for Assessing Student Performance:

Class participation 80%

Conduct, citizenship complete class work

Test & Quizzes 10%

Classroom Theory, Classroom Textbook

Hands on projects 10% Completing related welding projects

Animal Science/Vet Med.

Employ ability characteristics of a successful worker in the modern workplace

Explain animal anatomy and physiology related to nutrition, reproduction, health, and management of domesticated animals

Determine the nutritional requirements of ruminant and non-ruminant animals

Explain animal genetics and reproduction

Identify animal pests and diseases

Recognize livestock management techniques

Know current topics in animal science