4-H Record Book Preparing.


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State Fashion Revue, Field Day & Presentation Day = 1 credit ... you have gained from working with other 4-H individuals as a Junior or Teen Leader. ...
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4-H Record Book Training Presented By: 2007 Modoc 4-H All Star Team

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Workshop Overview General Record Book – Part 1 General Record Book – Part 2 Personal Development Report My 4-H Story Project Reports Transition to New Record Book

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Workshop Goals Take the perplexity out of 4-H record books. Help 4-H Members, Leaders & Parents move from old Record Books to new Record Books. Answer questions about the new configuration.

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Workshop Guidelines Please ask elucidation questions. Be set up to take this data back to your clubs.

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Purpose of 4-H Records Reflect on yearly work finished. Keep up records of venture and club work. Exhibit development and measure accomplishment crosswise over years in 4-H. Enhance composed relational abilities.

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Purpose of 4-H Records Learn time administration and authoritative abilities. Learn obligation and create objective setting abilities.

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Record Book Incentives Sell a business sector creature at Junior Livestock Show, Lassen Fair, Intermountain Fair or Tulelake Butte Valley Fair. Take an interest in Countywide 4-H occasions. Procure year pins & administration stripes. Gain star positions. Win venture pins.

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Record Book Incentives Awards Club County Sectional State

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New 4-H Record Book Regular 4-H individuals (9-19 years of age) Required for individuals submitting to Sectional/State rivalry. Frames accessible at http://ca4h.org or www.cemodoc.ucdavis.edu

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What Do I Include? Envelope No Three Ring Binders Tabs (Optional)

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Record Book Order Title Page (Optional) Table of Contents (Optional) State 4-H Judging Cover Page (State Competition Only) Personal Development Report My 4-H Story

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Record Book Order Project Reports Annual Project Report Expression Page (Optional) Junior/Teen Leadership Report (if appropriate) Modoc County Market Animal Supplement Collection of 4-H Work Previous Years\' Materials

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What Don\'t I Include? Earlier Years\' Materials (For County, Sectional & State Judging) Calendars Foo, Foo Stuff Decorations On Divider Pages

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Personal Development Report

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Pre-Activity Navigating Your Way Through The New Record Book - PDR

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Pre-Activity Write which class number you think every thing ought to be put under on the new PDR. Mark N/An if the thing does not have a place on the PDR. Record your responses to one side of the line.

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PDR Categories 1. 4-H Projects Completed This Year 2. 4-H Project Skill Activities 3. 4-H Events Attended 4. 4-H Leadership Development 5. 4-H Citizenship/Community Service 6. 4-H Communication Skills 7. 4-H Honor and Recognition 8. Lifestyle Activities

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PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed This Year Record 4-H ventures with a finished and marked Annual Project Report might be numbered. This implies you finished no less than six hours of instructive direction and went to no less than 80% of venture gatherings.

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PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed This Year Old PDR Category Number of Projects Completed – "S"

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PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed This Year Projects Completed Gardening Shooting Sports Swine = 3 Credits

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Questions? PDR #1 4-H Projects Completed

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Record exercises that improve the part\'s learning background in their present 4-H ventures.

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Old PDR Categories Judging Contests – "F" Project Exhibit – "P" Project Showing Contest – "Z"

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Judging Contests Livestock Judging & Skills Day = 1 credit Presentation Night = 1 credit Home Economics Day = 1 credit Junior Livestock Show = 1 credit Tulelake Butte Valley Fair = 1 credit Skillathon = 1 credit

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Project Exhibit All Horse Classes (Halter, English, Western & Gymkhana) = 1 for each occasion Horse Classes – JLS Horse Classes – IMF or TLBV Fair = 2 credits

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Project Exhibit Market Classes = 1 for every occasion (when show two creatures of the same species) Lightweight Market Hog – JLS or Fair Middleweight Market Hog – JLS or Fair = 1 credit

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Project Exhibit Market Classes = 2 for each occasion (when show two types of creatures) Market Steer – JLS or Fair Market Hog – JLS or Fair = 2 credits

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Project Exhibit Breeding Classes = 1 for every occasion (when show two creatures of the same species) Senior Yearling Heifer – JLS or Fair Junior Yearling Heifer �??� JLS or Fair = 1 credit

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Breeding Exhibit Breeding Classes = 2 for each occasion (when show two types of creatures) Breeding Lamb – JLS or Fair Breeding Hog – JLS or Fair = 2 credits

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Project Exhibit At Fair Arts & Crafts Entry = 1 credit Baking or Cooking Entry = 1 credit Gardening Entry = 1 credit Photography Entry = 1 credit Quilt or Sewing Entry = 1 credit

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Project Exhibit At Home Economics Day Centerpiece Competition = 1 credit Fashion Revue Competition = 1 credit Place Setting Competition = 1 credit Quilt Competition = 1 credit Quilt Square Competition = 1 credit Recipe Review Competition = 1 credit Sewing Construction Competition = 1 credit

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Project Showing Contest Showmanship = 1 credit/occasion/types of creature. Horse Showmanship – JLS or Fair Sheep Showmanship – JLS or Fair = 2 credits

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PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities Project Showing Contest Showmanship = 1 credit/occasion/types of creature. Horse Showmanship – JLS Horse Showmanship – IMF or TLBV Fair = 2 credits

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Questions? PDR #2 4-H Project Skill Activities

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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended Record occasions not reported somewhere else. 4-H occasions are approved and exposed capacities other than customary club or venture gatherings.

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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended Old PDR Categories 4-H Camp – "C" Field Day – "D" State Leadership Conference – "E" Attended Events – "U"

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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended 4-H Camp Why Camp = 1 credit

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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended Field Day Farm Bureau Field Day = 1 credit CSU Chico Fitting School = 1 credit CSU Chico Swine Day = 1 credit CSU Chico Sheep & Goat Day = 1 credit Club/Multi-Club Field Day = 1 credit State 4-H Field Day = 1 credit

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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended Events Attended – If not tallied somewhere else. Club Officer Training = 1 credit Achievement/Awards Night = 1 credit 4-H Orientation = 1 credit Presentation Workshop = 1 credit Livestock Judging & Skills Day = 1 credit Presentation Day = 1 credit

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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended Events Attended Continued – If not tallied somewhere else. Sectional Presentation Day = 1 credit Home Economics Day = 1 credit State Fashion Revue, Field Day & Presentation Day = 1 credit Junior Livestock Show = 1 credit Record Book Workshop = 1 credit

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PDR #3 4-H Events Attended Events Attended Continued California Focus = 1 credit Washington Focus = 1 credit

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Questions? PDR #3 4-H Events Attended

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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Record authority positions held of occasions went to.

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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Old PDR Categories Committee Chairperson – "F" Committee Member – "J" Junior or Teen Leader – "K" Held An Office – "M" Planned A Group Activity – "T"

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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Committee Chairperson/Member Club Event = 1 credit Club Fundraiser = 1 credit Club Community Service Project = 1 credit Club Officer Training = 1 credit Achievement/Awards Night = 1 credit 4-H Orientation = 1 credit

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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Committee Chairperson/Member Continued Presentation Workshop = 1 credit Livestock Judging & Skills Day = 1 credit Presentation Night = 1 credit Home Economics Day = 1 credit Record Book Workshop = 1 credit

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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Junior or Teen Leader (1 for each venture) Cooking Junior Leader Sewing Junior Leader = 2 credits

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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Held An Office Club Officer = 1 credit Club Officer Training = 1 credit

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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Planned Group Activity – Project or Club exercises that a part or gathering of individuals arrangements without making a board, or that is not a portion of their Officer, Junior/Teen Leader or Committee Member obligations. Case: Develop Skillathon for Arts & Crafts Project Meeting = 1 credit

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PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development Other All Star = 1 credit

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Questions? PDR #4 4-H Leadership Development

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PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/Community Service Report your interest in hours where you take a dynamic part in an arranged system of administration to enhance the group or help individuals from the group. The hours section has been added just to show the profundity of investment.

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PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/Community Service Fundraisers are not group administration ventures. Old PDR Categories Community Pride/Service – "Y"

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PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/Community Service Community Service/Pride Clean Up Days = 1 credit Convalescent Home Visits = 1 credit Serving At Community Dinners = 1 credit Care Packages For Soldiers = 1 credit Matthew West Fundraiser = 1 credit

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PDR #5 4-H Citizenship/Community Service Citizenship – New! Driving Flag Salute = 1 credit Leading 4-H Pledge = 1 credit Presenting Flags At 4-H Or Community Event = 1 credit Emerald Star Project = 1 credit Complet

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