Part of Lesson Plan: What is the FFA? (older/experienced members) 3
Activity Overview / Details
As students enter, have prominent logos and emblems displayed on a writing surface or PowerPoint (example provided). You may also download commercial clips from the internet or play sound bytes, for example Subway's "Five dollar footlong." Ask students to quietly record the company that the logo and what that company is known for/represents, moving through each until you get to the FFA emblem. Ask students to share what each emblem was and what the company is known for; for example, Domino's may be known for delivery pizza, In-n-out for quality and service, etc. Lead discussion to what the FFA is known for. Is this perception the reality? "What are some of the things we hear about FFA, both positive an negative. Why do these exist? Let's investigate more about the FFA to determine if the perception out there is the reality." Lets begin by taking a look at a video clip from the National FFA, and see if this alters your perception at all.
Materials / Resource
- Logo PowerPoint for Hook [ Download ]