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Agricultural Mechanics II

Agricultural Mechanics II is a yearlong course for a traditional six or seven period day or for the four-by-four semester block schedule. It is designed for students in grades 10-12 in the North Carolina public secondary schools.

Agricultural Mechanics II is designed to provide students an in-depth study of agricultural mechanics. Students learn terminology, principles, and practices used in the agricultural mechanics industry.

Agricultural Mechanics II is a shop/laboratory oriented course that emphasizes basic knowledge and application of shop safety rules and proper uses of tools and materials. Metal fabrication using oxy-fuel and arc welding, agricultural power including small engines and tractors and agricultural construction including wood structures, water systems and fences are learned. Skill and age-appropriate projects are constructed to give students opportunities to apply agricultural mechanics principles.

Agricultural Mechanics II also includes agricultural leadership and employability skills. This guide has been developed to assist teachers in offering a focused, well-planned high quality program of study for the more advanced agricultural mechanics student. 


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