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Floral CDE

AGED 150
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Sarah McMaster

on 29 April 2013

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Transcript of Floral CDE

Tool/Materials List Potted Plant
List Teach students proper judging/construction terms
Cultural Perfection - the physical appearance of the plant clearly indicates the skill of the grower.
Pot to Plant Relationship - plant should be in proportion to the size of the pot. Rule of thumb, plant should be 1 1/2 times that of the pot.
Balance - A visual stability created by the placement of weight and attraction in the arrangement. A physical balance of the completed arrangement.
Color Harmony - Colors used which work well together and reinforce the overall design.
Depth - Placing flowers further back from the central vertical axis to create a change of plane.
Focal Point - Created by the placement of one or more mass flowers at the middle of the design, on the rim of the container.
Form - Designing an arrangement of the proposed form (i.e., symmetrical triangle)
Proportion - The size relationship of the overall
Radiation - Stems should originate (radiate) from the central vertical axis.
Rhythm - How the viewer's eye flows through the arrangement as a response to the flow of material and color.
Scale - Size relationship of the individual component parts.
Spacing - The flowers at the focal point are the closest together and as you move away from the focal point, the flowers are progressively spaced farther and farther apart.
Texture - The reaction top the surface of the material; rough, smooth, glossy, dull. Coaching Techniques: Terminology for Plant Judging Reasons will be given on TWO of the six classes judged.
Ten minutes will be allowed for judging each reasons class and five minutes for each non-reasons judging class. Two minutes per contestant will be allowed for presentation of oral reasons.
Reasons will be scored from 0 to 50 points based on the following criteria:
Class of flowering potted plants: four specimens are chosen flowering potted plants from the following list only: CHRYSANTHEMUM; GLOXINIA; CINERARIA; AFRICAN VIOLET; AZALEA, LILY and HYDRANGEA. Contest Walk Through:
Flowering Plant Judging Reasons 15 minutes allowed to gather materials
5 blooms allowed; unlimited foliage; unlimited filler
NOT ALLOWED to go back after the 15 minutes
DO NOT BEGIN CONSTRUCTION UNTIL TIME IS UP
DO NOT USE YOUR OWN TAPE/WIRE/RIBBON Contest Walk Through:
Rotation 2 Corsage Construction Score Card Example: Rotation 1 Cut Flower Vase Arrangement 11 Different Sections
2 construction/arrangements
3 ID tests
6 Judging Classes
2 of the judging classes will include reasons Contest Overview The Floriculture Career Development Event’s Purpose Effectively prepare students for the expectations of the agricultural floral industry
Use critical thinking and oral communication skills
Ability to demonstrate quality evaluation by judging potted foliage plants, cut flowers, flowering potted plants, and floral design classes
The students will identify the many cut flowers, potted plants, and tools and materials commonly used in the floral industry
Construct a corsage and floral arrangement according to the floral industry standards Elisa Valdez – Fresno State Floral Lab Supervisor elvaldez@csufresno.edu (559) 278-7627
Roz Lopez – Central High School Ag Teacher rlopez@centralusd.k12.ca.us (559) 276-5276 Local Floral Industry Contacts Cut Flower
List There are three scantron ID tests
Potted Plant
Cut Flower
Tool/Materials
There will be 25 selected from EACH category Contest Walk Through: ID Tests Walk new student through the process – have them judge and give reasons first for something familiar, perhaps not related to the contest at all for the first practice. Once they understand how to give reasons and are comfortable with public speaking, they should handle giving reasons with relative ease
Make sure students are familiar with contest/content vocabulary
Perfect Practice Makes Perfect Coaches Techniques: Reasons Contest Walk Through:
Floral Arrangement Judging Reasons Reasons will be given on TWO of the six classes judged.
Ten minutes will be allowed for judging each reasons class and five minutes for each non-reasons judging class. Two minutes per contestant will be allowed for presentation of oral reasons.
Reasons will be scored from 0 to 50 points based on the following criteria:
One class of floral design from one of the five basic design styles; asymmetrical, symmetrical, L-shaped, horizontal, vertical Reasons will be given on TWO of the six classes judged.
Ten minutes will be allowed for judging each reasons class and five minutes for each non-reasons judging class. Two minutes per contestant will be allowed for presentation of oral reasons.
Reasons will be scored from 0 to 50 points based on the following criteria:
Class of potted foliage plants: four specimens. Choose potted foliage plants from the following list only.
 
DEVIL'S IVY (POTHOS); PEPEROMIA; RUBBER PLANT; DIEFFENBACHIA; BOSTON FERN; and PARLOR PALM. Contest Walk Through: Foliage Plant Judging Reasons Score Card Example:
Flowering Potted Plants Score Card Example:
Cut Flower Tie Breakers:
The Team with the highest reason scores will win
If a tie still exists, the total score will be used to determine the high individual or team Sub-Contest awards given for high teams and individuals in:
Judging
Reasons
Tool/materials ID
Construction Sub-Contests Awards and Tie Breakers Score Card Example:
Floral Design Score Card Example:
Foliage Potted Plants Reasons will be given on TWO of the six classes judged.
Ten minutes will be allowed for judging each reasons class and five minutes for each non-reasons judging class. Two minutes per contestant will be allowed for presentation of oral reasons.
Reasons will be scored from 0 to 50 points based on the following criteria: Class of cut flowers: four vases of six flowers each. Flowers will be displayed so that the condition of the flowers does not change throughout the contest. Cut flower classes are chosen from the following list only: CARNATIONS; STANDARD OR SPRAY CHRYSANTHEMUMS; SNAPDRAGONS; STOCK; GLADIOLUS; and ROSES. Contest Walk Through:
Cut Flower Judging Reasons Contest Walk Through: Rotation 2 Corsage Construction Score Card 15 minutes to gather materials
15 blooms allowed; unlimited foliage; unlimited filler
NOT ALLOWED to go back after the 15 minutes
DO NOT BEGIN ARRANGING UNTIL TIME IS UP
30 minutes allowed to arrange Contest Walk Through:
Rotation 1 Cut Flower Vase Arrangement Coaches Note:
Provide plastic or metal clip boards WITH a compartment to carry their shears, writing utensils and other tools. Tool boxes are unnecessary and difficult to carry with all of their paper materials. Students are allowed to bring
Florist’s Knife
Florist’s Shears
Florist’s Scissors
Writing Utensils
Clean Paper (no notes)
Carrying Case for Items Allowed Items Contest Points Awarded Sarah McMaster
AGED 150 Floriculture Contest

Actual Name: Floral Foam
Common: Oasis, Floracell Coaching Techniques: Tools/Materials ID Test Prep Floral Foam - spongy phenolic foam used for real flower arranging. It soaks up water like a sponge and acts both as a preservative to prolong the life of the flowers and a support to hold them in place For Materials flash cards include
Picture
Photo should show all aspects of material
Actual name
Common/Brand name
Use/function Blooming
Dormant
Common: Bromiliad
Scientific: Bromeliaceae Have students create photo flash cards for each section of the test
For plants & flowers include:
Scientific Name
Photo of blooming plant/flower
Photo of dormant plant/flower Coaching Techniques:
Floral ID Test Prep https://www.ffa.org/programs/awards/cde/Pages/default.aspx Questions? http://calagteachers.org/CurricularActivitiesCode.html Coaching Techniques: Tools/Materials ID Test Prep In addition to flash cards and field trips, video plant and tool ID can also be very helpful. Contest Set Up
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