Agricultural Biotechnology - Career and Technical Education

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Agricultural Biotechnology







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This course is designed to provide knowledge, skills and competencies regarding the application of biotechnology to agriscien
ce. The
course establishes a basic understanding of biotechnolog
y, genetics, and agricultural applications and explores related careers. Safety
instruction is integrated into all activities.
Teachers should provide each student with real world learning opportunities and instruction
related to selection, development, a
nd maintenance of individual Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) programs. Students are
encouraged to become active members of FFA, the national youth organization for those enrolled in agricultural education. FF
A is an
integral component of the pro
gram and provides curricular opportunities that enhance student achievement. Teachers should utilize
relevant FFA activities to support experiential learning. The West Virginia Standards for 21
st

Century Learning include the following
components: 21
st

Ce
ntury Content Standards and 21
st

Century Learning Skills and Technology Tools. All West Virginia teachers are
responsible for classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools, and content standards and objectives
.

.

Grade
10
-
12

Agri
cultural Biotechnology

Standard: 1

Nature of Agricultural Biotechnology

ASN.S.
AB
I
.1

Students will



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Objectives

Students will

ASN.O.
AB
I
.1.1

examine
areas of
biotechnology and
their

application to the agriculture industry.

ASN.O.
AB
I
.
1.
2

research the

historical applications
and contributions in

biotechnology.

ASN.O.
AB
I
.1.3

relate
agricultural, social, political, environmental and economical
impact
s

of
biotechnology
.

ASN.O.
AB
I
.1.4

discuss the
benefits and dangers of

the implementation and use of bio
tech
nology.

Performance Descriptors (ASN.PD.
AB
I
.1)

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial

Mastery

The student demonstrates exceptional and
exemplary performance with distinctive and
sophisticated application of knowledge and
skills that exceed the standard in

th
e nature
of agricultural biotechnology. Students
analyze the major areas of biotechnology
and relate these areas to the applications in
the agriculture industry.

Students relate
historical advancements in biotechnology

to
modern practices.

Students analyz
e

and
discuss the agricultural, social, political,
environmental and econo
mical impacts of
The student demonstrates competent
and proficient performance and shows a
thorough and effective application of
knowledge and skills that
meet
the
standard in

the nature of agricultural
biotechnology.
Students discuss
and
understan
d
how biotechnology
affects

the agriculture industry.
Students
recognize the importance of historical
advancements in biotechnology.
Students examine and discuss the
agricultural, social, political,
The student demonstrates basic but
inconsistent performance of fundament
al
knowledge and skills characterized by
errors and/or omissions
in participating in
the nature of biotechnology.
Students
identify biot
echnology uses in agriculture.
Students identify some
of the
historical
advancements

in
b
iotechnology.
Students
recogniz
e

and discuss the agricultural,
social, political, environmental and
economical impacts
of

biotechnology
practices
.

Students d
iscuss the benefits
biotechnology practices.
Students
develop
opinions and
debate the
issues concerning
benefits and dangers of biotechnology.
The
student can independently solve proble
ms
and is self
-
directed.

environmental and econ
omical impacts
of biotechnology pr
actices.

Students
develop opinions on the benefits and
dangers of biotechnology.
Application of
knowledge and skills is thorough and
effective, and the student can work
independently.

and dangers of biotechnology.

Performance

needs further development
and supervision.

Standard: 2

Content of

Studies in Agricultural Biotechnology

ASN.S.ABI
.2

Students will



demonstrate knowledge, understanding, and applications of facts, concepts, principles, theories and
models as delineated in the objectives.



relate the principles contained in the sciences, e
conomics, mathematics, and language arts to agricultural
biotechnology.

Objectives

Students will

ASN.O.ABI
.2.1

define terminology associated with
major aspects of bi
otechnology

(animals, plants, environmental,
microbiology, food and genetics).

ASN.O.ABI
.2.2

analyze physical characteristics

and Expected Progeny Difference (EPD) data and formulate conclusions about
animal trait inheritance and selection.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.3

determine the role of animals in biotechnology.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.4

examine biotechnology pr
actices in animal agriculture (antibiotics, growth hormones,
animal health and d
isease

prevention
)
.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.5

relate the concepts of dominant and recessive genes to common heritable traits

in animals.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
6

examine the reproductive processes
in animals (heat, ovulation, fertilization, gestation and parturition).

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
7

research various technological advancements in animal
biotechnology

(Estrus Synchronization, Artificial
Insemination, Cloning and Embryo Transfer)
.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
8

determ
ine the role of plants in biotechnology.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
9

examine biotechnology practices in plant agriculture (growth hormones,

genetic engineering and tissue
culturing).

ASN.O.ABI
.2.1
0

assess fermentation and its importance

to biotechnology.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
1
1


compare
and contrast
the processes of mitosis and meiosis.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
1
2


analyze the processes of identifying a gene on a chromosome.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
1
3


assess and discuss the process of Polymerase Chain Reaction.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
1
4


discuss and draw con
clusions about
genetic engineering and its uses.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
1
5


identify regulatory agencies

and regulations

associated with biotechnology.

ASN.O.ABI
.2.
1
6

analyze the use of equipment and materials and apply rules for safety in the laboratory.

Performa
nce Descriptors (ASN.PD.
A
B
I
.2)

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial

Mastery

The student demonstrates
exceptional and exemplary
performance with distinctive and
The student demonstrates competent an
d
proficient performance and shows a
thorough and effective application of
The student demonstrates basic but
inconsistent performance of fundamental
knowledge and skills characteri
zed by errors






sophisticated application of
knowledge and skills that exceed the
standard in

the content of agricult
ural
biotechnology.
Students

utilize
biotechnology terms in both
written
and oral communication and make
connections with biotechnology
concepts.

Students analyze physical
characteristics of animals

and utilize
EPD data to
formulate conclusions
about
anima
l trait inheritance and
selection. Students research, discuss
and
cite

specific examples of roles
animals have in biotechnology.


Students research, compose a paper
and present on an animal
biotechnology practice.

Students
examine and relate the concepts o
f
dominant and recessive traits to
heritability in animals.
Student
s

examine
, formulate questions

and
discuss animal reproductive
processes. Students research,
compose a paper and present on a
technological advancement in animal
biotechnology. Students res
earch,
discuss and
cite

specific examples of
roles plants have in biotechnology.
Students research, compose a paper
and present on a plant biotechnology
practice.

Students research, discuss
and
cite

specific examples of
environmental degradation.

Students
research historical examples of
fermentation and relate to current
biotechnology practices.

Students
design, construct and conduct
simulation experiments of mitosis and
knowledge and skills that
meet
the
standard in

the content of agricultural
biotechnology.

Students use biotechnology
terms in both written and oral
communication. Students analyze p
hysical
characteristics of animals
and EPD data
and apply to animal trait inheritance and
selection.
Students
research and
cite

examples of roles animals have in
biotechnology.

Students research, write a
paper and present on an animal
biotechnology practic
e.

Students examine
and discuss the concepts of dominant and
recessive traits as it relates to heritability in
animals.
Students examine and discuss
animal reproductive processes. Students
research, write a paper and present on a
technological advancement
in animal
biotechnology. Students research and
cite

examples of roles plants have in
biotechnology. Students research, write a
paper and present on a plant biotechnology
practice.

Students examine and discuss the
environmental degradation.

Students
researc
h historical examples of
fermentation and relate to current
biotechnology practices.

Students construct
and conduct simulation experiments of
mitosis and meiosis and compare and
contrast the sequence. Students construct
and conduct simulation experiments i
n
identifying genes on a chromosome.

Students examine and discuss the process
of polymerase chain reaction. Students
examine, draw conclusions and discuss
genetic engineering. Students examine and
discuss examples of regulations and
regulatory agencies inv
olved with
and/or omissions
in participating in the content
of biotechnology.

Students use biotechnology
terms in both written and oral communication.
Students analyze physical characteristics of
animals
and EPD data and discuss concepts of
animal trait

inheritance
and selection
. Students
research the role of animals in biotechnology.
Students write a paper and present on an
animal biotechnology practice.

Students
examine concepts of dominant and recessive
traits.

Students examine animal reproductive
pro
cesses. Students write a paper and present
on a technological advancement in animal
biotechnology. Students research the role of
plants in biotechnology. Students write a paper
and present on a plant biotechnology practice.

Students examine concepts of env
ironmental
degradation.

Students research historical
examples of fermentation.

Students conduct
simulation experiments of mitosis and meiosis
and compare and contrast the sequence.
.
Students conduct
simulation experiments in
identifying genes on a chromos
ome.

Students
examine the process of polymerase chain
reaction. Students examine and draw
conclusions about genetic engineering.
Students examine examples of regulations and
regulatory agencies involved with
biotechnology.

Students analyze laboratory
equip
ment used in biotechnology and apply
safety rules to some laboratory practices.

meiosis and compare and contrast
the sequence. Students design,
construct and conduct s
imulation
experiments in identifying genes on a
chromosome.

Students examine,
formulate questions and discuss the
process of polymerase chain reaction.

Students examine, formulate
questions, draw conclusions and
discuss genetic engineering. Students
resear
ch, discuss and
cite

specific
examples of regulations and
regulatory agencies involved with
biotechnology. Students analyze
laboratory equipment used in
biotechnology and apply

safety rules
to all laboratory practices.

biotechnology.
Students analyze laboratory
equipment used in biotechnology and apply
safety rules to all laboratory practices.













Standard: 3

Application of Knowledge and Skills Acquired Through Studies of Agricultural Biotechnology

ASN.S.
A
BI
.3

Students will



apply the principles of the sciences, econom
ics, mathematics, and language arts to agricultural
biotechnology.



analyze information and situations to select the best means of performing tasks associated with
agricultural biotechnology.



demonstrate an ability to utilize technology to perform tasks as
sociated with studies in agricultural
biotechnology.




evaluate bioengineered commodities and processes and defend decisions related to such
.



engage in work
-
based learning through supervised agricultural experience programs.

Objectives

Students will

ASN.O
.
ABI
.
3
.1

apply principles of animal selection to evaluate various species of livestock
.

ASN.O.
ABI
.
3.2

examine the male and female reproductive system of an agriculture animal species.

ASN.O.
ABI
.
3

.
3

design, conduct and evaluate tissue culture experiment
s with various species of plants.

ASN.O.
ABI
.
3.
4

apply aseptic techniques in tissue culture experiments.

ASN.O.
ABI
.
3.
5


conduct and evaluate a laboratory experiment in bioremediation
.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.
6

perform gram staining of bacteria.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.
7

i
llus
trate and compare various microorganisms viewed under a microscope.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.
8

design, conduct and evaluate fermentation experiments..

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.
9

conduct and evaluate the process of making cheese.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.1
0

conduct and evaluate experiments in

food preservation and food safety.

ASN.O.ABI
.
3.1
1

compare and contrast the cells of plants and animals viewed under a microscope.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.1
2

predict rate of inheritance

by conducting simulated experiments.








ASN.O.ABI
.3
.1
3

extract DNA from a plant s
ource (Banana or strawberry)

and discuss structure.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.1
4

conduct gel electrophoresis of DNA experiments.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.1
5

conduct
recombinant DNA procedures.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.16

engage in appropriate supervised agricultural experience (SAE) programs
through entrepreneurship, placement,
research, and exploratory enterprises.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.17

maintain accurate records on individual supervised agricultural experience (SAE) programs.

ASN.O.ABI
.3
.18

summarize and analyze records related to supervised agric
ultural experience (SAE) programs.

Performance Descriptors (ASN.
PD.
A
B
I
.3)

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial

Mastery

The student demonstrates exceptional and
exemplary performance with distinctive and
sophisticated application of knowledge and
skills that ex
ceed the standard in

the
application of agricultural biotechnology.
Students
evaluate the physical
characteristics of various animal species
and apply observations to animal selection.
Students
dissect and examine the male
and female reproductive system of

an
agriculture animal species and research
the functions of each organ.

Students plan,
design, construct, conduct and evaluate a
tissue culture experiment utilizing aseptic
techniques. Students plan, design,
construct, conduct and evaluate a
bioremediatio
n experiment.
Students plan,
design, construct, conduct and evaluate a
gram staining of bacteria experiment.
Students observe, identify, and illustrate
various microorganisms viewed under a
microscope and
determine biotechnology
purpose. Students plan, des
ign, construct,
conduct and evaluate a fermentation
experiment. Students plan, design,
construct, conduct and evaluate a cheese
making experiment. Students plan, design,
construct, conduct and evaluate a food
preservation and food safety experiment.

The student demonstrates competent
and proficient performance and
shows a thorough and effective
application of knowledge and skills
that
meet
the standard in

the
application
of agricultural
biotechnology.

Students evaluate the
physical characteristics of various
animal species and make
observations. Students dissect the
male and female reproductive system
of an agriculture animal species and
discuss the functions of each organ
.

Students construct, conduct and
evaluate a tissue culture experiment
utilizing aseptic techniques. Students
construct, conduct and evaluate a
bioremediation experiment.

Student
s

construct
, conduct and evaluate a
gram staining of bacteria experiment.

Stud
ents observe and identify
various microorganisms viewed
under a microscope and determine
biotechnology purpose.
Students
construct, conduct and evaluate a
fermentation experiment. Students
construct, conduct and evaluate a
cheese making experiment. Student
s
construct, conduct and evaluate a
The student demonstrates basic but
inconsistent performance of fundamental
knowledge and skills characterized by errors
and/or omissions
in participating in the
application of biotec
hnology.

Students evaluate
the physical characteristics of various animal
species. Students observe the dissection of a
male and female reproduction system of an
agriculture animal species and discuss the
functions of each organ.

Students conduct and
evalu
ate a tissue culture experiment
utilizing
aseptic techniques. Students conduct and
evaluate a bioremediation experiment.

Students
conduct and evaluate a gram
staining of

bacteria experiment.

Students observe and
identify microorganisms viewed under a
micro
scope. Students conduct and evaluate a
fermentation experiment. Students conduct and
evaluate a cheese making experiment. Students
conduct and evaluate a food preservation and
food safety experiment.

Students observe and
identify plant and animal cells vie
wed under a
microscope and discuss differences.

Students
conduct and evaluate simulated rate of
inheritance experiments. Students conduct and
evaluate DNA extraction experiment. Students
conduct and evaluate various DNA
electrophoresis experiments. Student
s conduct
and evaluate Recombinant DNA experiments.
Studen
ts observe, identify, and illustrate
plant and animal cells viewed under a
microscope and compare and contrast.
Students plan, design, construct, conduct
and evaluate
simulated rate of inheritance
experimen
ts. Students plan, design,
construct, conduct and
evaluate DNA
extraction experiment. Students plan,
design, construct, conduct and evaluate
various DNA electrophoresis experiments.

Students plan, design, construct, conduct
and evaluate Recombinant DNA
experiments. Students compose an opinion
paper, prese
nt in front of class and debate
an issue pertaining to ethics in
biotechnology.


food preservation and food safety
experiment.

Students observe and
identify plant and animal cells viewed
under a microscope and compare
and contrast.

Students construct,
conduct and evaluate simulated rate
of inheritanc
e experiments. Students
construct, conduct and evaluate DNA
extraction experiment. Students
construct, conduct and evaluate
various DNA electrophoresis
experiments. Students construct,
conduct and evaluate Recombinant
DNA experiments.
Students write an
opi
nion statement and debate an
issue pertaining to ethics in
biotechnology.

Students write a
n

opinion statement and
discuss an issue pertaining to ethics in
biotechnology.



Standard:
4

Participating in the student organization

ASN.
S
.
A
B
I
.
4

Students will

participate in a
local
s
tudent organization
.

Objectives

Students will

ASN.O.

A
B
I
.
4.1

identify the purposes and goals of the student/professional organization.

ASN.O.

A
B
I
.
4.2

explain the benefits and responsibilities of participation in student/professional/civic organization a
s an adult
.

ASN.O.

A
B
I
.
4.3

demonstrate leadership skills through participation in student/professional/civic organization activities such as
meetings, programs, and projects.

Performance Descriptors (
ASN.PD.
A
B
I
.
4
)

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial Mastery

The student demonstrates
exceptional and exemplary
performance with distinctive and
sophisticated application of
knowledge and skills that exceed
the standard in
participating in a
student organization. The student
examines the purposes, goals,
benefits,
and responsibilities of
participation in a professional
organization
.

The student
demonstrates leadership skills
through participation in activities
The student demonstrates competent and
proficient performance and shows a
thorough and effective application of
knowledge and skills that
meet
the
standard in
p
articipating in a student
organization
.
The student identifies the
purposes and goals of the

student
organization. The student explains the
benefits and responsibilities of
participation in an organization. The
student demonstrates leadership skills
through participation in student activities
such as meetings, programs, and
The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent
performance of fundamental knowledge and skills
characterized by errors and/or omissions
in
participating in a stu
dent organization
.
The student
identifies the purposes and goals of the student
organization. The student explains the benefits
and responsibilities of participation in an
organization. The student demonstrates
leadership skills through participation in
student
activities such as meetings, programs, and
projects.
Performance needs further development
and supervision.







such as meetings, programs, and
projects.
The student can
independently solve problems and
is self
-
direct
ed.

projects.
Applicatio
n of knowledge and
skills is thorough and effective, and the
student can work independently.

Standard: 5

Literacy and Numeracy

ASN.S.ABI.5

Students will demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills required to solve complex, real
-
world problems
associated with their career/technical content area and improve their thinking and reasoning skills.

Objectives

Students will

ASN.O.ABI.5
.1

utilize a variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, directions, reports, et
c.) to complete
career/technical assignments and projects.

ASN.O.ABI.5
.2

demonstrate writing skills required to complete career/technical assignments and projects.

ASN.O.ABI.5
.3

demonstrate accuracy in calculating and measuring graphical work required t
o complete career/technical
assignments and projects.

ASN.O.ABI.5
.4

analyze tables, charts, graphs and multiple data sources to complete career/technical assignments and projects.

Performance Descriptors (
ASN.PD.ABI.5
)

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial Mast
ery

The student demonstrates exceptional
and exemplary performance with
distinctive and sophisticated application
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
standard in literacy and numeracy. The
student chooses a variety of technical
sources (e.g., Internet
, manuals,
journals, directions, reports, etc.) to
complete career/technical assignments
and projects; performs writing skills
required to complete career/technical
assignments and projects;
communicates accuracy in calculating
and measuring graphical work

required
to complete career/technical
assignments and projects; and
evaluates tables, charts, graphs and
multiple data sources to complete
career/technical assignments and
projects. The student can
independently solve problems and is
The st
udent demonstrates competent
and proficient performance and shows
a thorough and effective application of
knowledge and skills that meet the
standard in literacy and numeracy. The
student utilizes a variety of technical
sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,
jo
urnals, directions, reports, etc.) to
complete career/technical assignments
and projects; demonstrates writing skills
required to complete career/technical
assignments and projects;
demonstrates accuracy in calculating
and measuring graphical work required

to complete career/technical
assignments and projects; and
analyzes tables, charts, graphs and
multiple data sources to complete
career/technical assignments and
projects. Application of knowledge and
skills is thorough and effective and the
The student demonstrates basic but inconsistent
performance of fundamental knowledge and skills
characterized by errors and/or omissions in
literacy and numeracy. The student selects a
variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet,
manua
ls, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to
complete career/technical assignments and
projects; reproduces writing skills required to
complete career/technical assignments and
projects; illustrates accuracy in calculating and
measuring graphical work requi
red to complete
career/technical assignments and projects; and
explains tables, charts, graphs and multiple data
sources to complete career/technical
assignments and projects. Performance needs
further development and supervision.

self
-
directed.

student can w
ork independently.

Standard: 6

21st Centu
ry Learning Skills

ASN.S.ABI.6

The student will



access and manipulate information for use in oral, written, or multimedia format using appropriate
technology skills.



apply sound reasoning processes to solve complex real
-
world problems and develop new id
eas.



exhibit leadership and ethical behavior in planning and executing tasks, as an individual or a group
member.

Objectives

Students will

ASN.O.ABI.6
.1

search online using a range of technology tools and media to access relevant information needed f
or problem
solving.

ASN.O.ABI.6
.2

create information for oral, written, and multimedia communications,
adhering to copyright laws.


ASN.O.ABI.6
.3

engage in problem solving and critical thinking processes to create and evaluate complex strategies in order

to
independently solve problems.

ASN.O.ABI.
6
.4

adapt to new situations by considering multiple perspectives and a commitment to continued learning.

ASN.
O
.ABI.
6
.5

exhibit ethical behavior and positive leadership while working collaboratively in the schoo
l and/or community.

ASN.
O
.ABI.
6
.6

model legal and ethical behaviors in the use of technology.

Performance Descriptors (
ASN.PD.ABI.
6
)

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial Mastery

The student demonstrates exceptional
and exemplary performance with
distinctive

and sophisticated application
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
standard in 21
st

century learning skills.
The student assesses online
technology tools and media to access
relevant information needed for
problem solving; critiques information
for ora
l, written, and multimedia
communications,
adhering to copyright
laws; integrates problem solving and
critical thinking processes to create and
evaluate complex strategies in order to
independently solve problems;
interprets
new situations by considering
m
ultiple perspectives and a
commitment to continued learning;
incorporates ethical behavior and
positive leadership while working
The student demonstrates competent
and proficient performance and shows
a thorough and effective application of
knowledge and skills that meet the
standard in 21
st

century learning skills.
The stud
ent searches online using a
range of technology tools and media to
access relevant information needed for
problem solving; creates information for
oral, written, and multimedia
communications,
adhering to copyright
laws; engages in problem solving and
crit
ical thinking processes to create and
evaluate complex strategies in order to
independently solve problems;
adapts
to new situations by considering
multiple perspectives and a
commitment to continued learning;
exhibits ethical behavior and positive
leaders
hip while working collaboratively
The student demonstrate
s basic but inconsistent
performance of fundamental knowledge and skills
characterized by errors and/or omissions in 21
st

century learning skills. The student explains
online technology tools and media to access
relevant information needed for problem solv
ing;
identifies information for oral, written, and
multimedia communications,
adhering to
copyright laws; discusses problem solving and
critical thinking processes to create and evaluate
complex strategies in order to independently
solve problems; discusse
s
new situations by
considering multiple perspectives and a
commitment to continued learning; reviews
ethical behavior and positive leadership while
working collaboratively in the school and/or
community; and describes
legal and ethical
behaviors in the us
e of technology.

Performance
needs further development and supervision.







collaboratively in the school and/or
community; and reinforces
legal and
ethical behaviors in the use of
technology.
The studen
t can
independently solve problems and is
self
-
directed.


in the school and/or community; and
models legal and ethical behaviors in
the use of technology.
Application of
knowledge and skills is thorough and
effective and the student can work
independently.

Standard: 7

Entrepreneurship Skills

ASN.
S
.ABI.
7

Students will access the opportunities, concepts, processes, and personal traits/behaviors associated with
successful entrepreneuri
al performance.

Objectives

Students will

ASN.
O
.ABI.
7
.1

assess global trends in entrepreneurship that are related to their career/technical program.

ASN.
O
.ABI.
7
.2

determine entrepreneurial opportunities in venture creation related to their career/techn
ical program.

ASN.
O
.ABI.
7
.3

examine desirable entrepreneurial personality traits.

Performance Descriptors (
ASN.PD.ABI.
7
)

Above Mastery

Mastery

Partial Mastery

The student demonstrates exceptional
and exemplary performance with
distinctive and sophistic
ated application
of knowledge and skills that exceed the
standard in entrepreneurship skills. The
student critiques global trends in
entrepreneurship that are related to
their career/technical program;
evaluates entrepreneurial opportunities
in venture cre
ation related to their
career/technical program; and
assesses desirable entrepreneurial
personality traits. The student can
independently solve problems and is
self
-
directed.

The student demonstrates competent
and proficient performance and shows
a thoroug
h and effective application of
knowledge and skills that meet the
standard in entrepreneurship skills. The
student assesses global trends in
entrepreneurship that are related to
their career/technical program;
determines entrepreneurial
opportunities in ve
nture creation related
to their career/technical program; and
examines desirable entrepreneurial
personality traits. Application of
knowledge and skills is thorough and
effective and the student can work
independently.

The student demonstrates basic but in
consistent
performance of fundamental knowledge and skills
characterized by errors and/or omissions in
entrepreneurship skills. The student lists global
trends in entrepreneurship that are related to
their career/technical program; describes
entrepreneuria
l opportunities in venture creation
related to their career/technical program; and
identifies desirable entrepreneurial personality
traits. Performance needs further development
and supervision.