Good morning,

I am not sure if you are on the National Ag Ed listserve, but if not, this was sent out yesterday... thought you may be interested in this lesson plan to go along with the Smith-Hughes Act 100th Anniversary.

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From: Gary Moore <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Sun, Feb 12, 2017 at 9:29 PM
Subject: [Usaged-l] A Lesson Plan for February 23
To: "Indiana ag ed mailing list 2 ([log in to unmask])" <[log in to unmask]>, "Small, Tony" <[log in to unmask]>

On February 23, 1917 president Woodrow Wilson signed the Smith-Hughes Act into law. To commemorate this event a lesson plan (including a PowerPoint presentation, class activities, and a Kahoot quiz) has been developed. 

The Smith-Hughes Centennial Committee encourages you to teach about the Smith-Hughes Act, ideally on February 23. It would fit perfectly with the FFA week theme and activities. The PowerPoint tells who Smith and Hughes were. They were real live people and one of them was an influential farmer. Your students should find this to be interesting. 

The lesson plan and other materials can be downloaded from There are other Smith-Hughes resources at this site including a news release and a sample proclamation. 

We would also encourage state teacher organizations to consider incorporating recognition of the Smith-Hughes Act into your annual conference. Special commemorative lapel pins can be ordered from Tony Small ([log in to unmask]) at the National Council for Agricultural Education. We can also help arrange for a speaker if you need one.

This event only occurs once every 100 hundred years. Don't miss it. While we can use this event to celebrate the past, it gives a great opportunity to promote what we do in agricultural education and plan for the next 100 years.    

Gary Moore
Agricultural and Extension Education
Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences
North Carolina State University
Box 7607, Room 201 Ricks Hall
Raleigh, NC 27695
919-515-1756 phone
919-280-7047 cell
919-513-1169 fax

Christa Steinkamp
Georgia Agricultural Education
Curriculum & Technology Director
216 Four Towers Building, UGA
Athens, GA 30602
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706.552.4462 fax

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