Fish & Wildlife Management Syllabus
Fish & Wildlife Management Mr. Jonathan King
2012-2013 Planning- 4th period
1st period firstname.lastname@example.org
Agriscience Unit Contact: M-F 7:30- 3:30
Fish and Wildlife Management is a one-half credit course with topics dealing with the careers, outdoor safety, history of fish and wildlife issues, fish and wildlife classification, fish and wildlife ecology and relationships, fish and wildlife identification, fish and wildlife regulations and sport hunting, fish and wildlife management (nutrition, cover, nesting, and habitat), endangered species, fish and wildlife pest management, and outdoor recreation.
The course emphasizes SAEP and FFA opportunities that develop students’ potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success.
Grades will be calculated on 100 point scale. All grades will be averaged together to calculate the grade at the end of each nine week period. Grades will be taken from class assignments, hands on projects, and participation in the class.
80%-89% = B
70%-79% = C
60%-69% = D
Below 60%= F
Topics to be covered
Students will: 1. Demonstrate the knowledge of careers in fish and wildlife management
2. Demonstrate a knowledge of outdoor safety
3. Identify the persons responsible for making history in fish and wildlife management
4. Identify the primary sources of funding for fish and wildlife management
5. Demonstrate the knowledge of current fish and wildlife issues
6. Demonstrate the knowledge of the classification of wildlife species
7. Demonstrate the understanding of endangered species
8. Receive accreditation by completing the Alabama Hunter’s Safety Course.