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IAITC FarmWeek BELLRINGER 8/28/18

Monday, August 27, 2018



August 27, 2018

 

 

Another in the series of Illinois Agriculture in the Classroom non-fiction text examples to be used in your classroom.  Remember, these will be available every MONDAY afternoon that FarmWeek is published during the school year.

 

Questions about this can be directed to Kevin Daugherty, Education Director of Illinois Agriculture in the Classroom at [email protected]

 

**Reminder these questions are designed to use with the on-line version of FarmWeek.  

http://digital.farmweeknow.com/app.php?RelId=6.2.2.7

 

Note, by request of teachers we have included the answers to the questions immediately following the questions.   

 

Farm bill future remains uncertain.

  1.  What is the term of the Farm Bill and when does it expire (5 years, September 30)
  2. Define the following words:      
    1. Prognosis (A forecast of a likely outcome of a situation)
    2. Compromise (A middle state between conflicting opinions)
    3. Priorities (A thing is regarded as more important than another)
    4. Revenue (income of a substantial nature)
    5. Bi-partisan (involving agreement of both parties that typically oppose each other.)
  3. Because the US House and Senate passed different Farm Bills, how will a final bill be reached? (a conference committee made up of members of both houses of both parties must meet and compromise, then that bill must pass both houses)
  4. Not only are Senators Roy Blunt and Dick Durbin from different states, they are from different parties.  Share the state and party and which issue they support and why this is important. 
    1.  Durbin-IL-Democrat
    2. Blunt-MO-Republican
    3. Answers will vary, but bi-partisan effort on conservation is important.
  5.  The Farm Bill also contains SNAP. What is SNAP, why is it important and do you feel it needs to be a part of the Farm Bill.
    1.  Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program-formerly known as Food Stamps
    2. SNAP is the domestic hunger safety net, providing funding for food for those that are struggling.
    3. Answers will vary, but food and agriculture go hand in hand.  Many feel that if SNAP is removed from the Farm Bill, because so many people are non-farm, there will be no support for agriculture at the federal level.

 



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