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District V Message--Dean Dittmar--11/7/2006

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

In this message: Grape Growing Workshop and Ethanol Facts



Shawnee Community College - Ullin (Section 24)
Grape Growing in Southern Illinois
An Agriculture/Science Workshop
Grades 9-12 and college and AITC educators


Thursday, November 16, 2006
Shawnee Community College - Ullin
Education Center
9am-2pm


Presenter: Dr. Dave Ponce
Cost: free - light lunch served
5 CPDUs for educators
Stipend may be provided for educators
Dr. Ponce will share vineyard establishment and viticulture opportunities for high school and college educators.  Topics covered will include grape varieties, winter hardiness, site selection, site preparation, training and fruit chemistry.

To register, contact:
Shawnee Community College
C/O Sharon Walker
8364 Shawnee College Road
Ullin, IL 62992
For more information call 618-634-3235

Ethanol Educational Information - http://www.ilcorn.org/Education/Ethanol_Fastback/ethanol_fastback.html

This fastback on Ethanol and Its Use as a Motor Vehicle Fuel was developed at the request of the Illinois Advisory Board on Conservation Education in response to needs for instructional materials on forms of alternative energy, especially ethanol, the only renewable, clean burning, alternate liquid energy. The Illinois Corn Growers Association and the Illinois Corn Marketing Board supplied the funds for the development and printing of this fastback.

A renewable energy source made from Illinois corn, ethanol appears to have advantages as a fuel for motor vehicles, especially when used as a blend with gasoline. It is also associated with issues which can serve as excellent opportunities for engaging students in problem-solving and issue-clarification activities. Ethanol is an excellent Science/Technology/ Society (STS) topic, for it illustrates that science and technology provide new products and new uses for products from our abundant production that improve living standards.

Use of this fastback requires little outside preparation on the part of the teacher. It may be taught as a unit or its elements may be integrated into other teaching units. Sections include:

(a) Introduction to Ethanol
(b) Ethanol Chemistry and Technology
(c) Ethanol Facts
(d) Projects and Activities
-Ethanol Lab
-Debate on Transportation
-Ethanol Survey
-Field Trips
(e) Student Test Questions
(f) An Energy Chronology
(g) Bibliography and Additional Resources
(h) Student Worksheets



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