FFA Moto Activity.pptx - National FFA Organization Motto So what’s a motto Nothing What’s a motto with you Just kidding… mot·to ˈmädō noun a

FFA Moto Activity.pptx - National FFA Organization Motto So...

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National FFA Organization: Motto
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So what’s a motto?
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Nothing. What’s a motto with you?
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Just kidding… mot·to ˈmädō/ noun a short sentence or phrase chosen as encapsulating the beliefs or ideals guiding an individual, family, or institution.
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In other words: The FFA motto is a short statement telling what the organization is all about. Ready for it? …
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Your task today: To help you reflect on the meaning of the FFA Motto, you will compile picture notes representing each of the phrases.
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Here’s how: Step 1: Download this presentation from Canvas. Ask a classmate for assistance if needed. Step 2: On each of the next four slides, copy and paste pictures from the internet that you believe best represent that part of the motto. I have included one picture on each slide to get you started. Fill the slide with many pictures. You must have at least four. Step 3: Answer the question on the last slide. Step 4: Submit your assignment through Canvas at
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Unformatted text preview: the end of the class period, even if you have not Learning to Do ( learning about agricultural topics in order to do them in real life) Doing to Learn (doing agricultural tasks like raising plants or animals in order to learn) Earning to Live (earning money in professional careers to support yourself and have a happy life) Living to Serve (serving others through volunteering or support) Choose one of the four lines of the FFA motto. In a paragraph, explain how the meaning of the line relates to you personally. How do you do what’s described in that line? Why does this matter in your life? Your response: Doing to learn describes me because I am always looking for options to learn. I like volunteering in places so I can understand how they operate. I do this by volunteering in places lie NJHS, and non- profit organization. This matters in my life because I always want to give back in life....
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