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  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 1

    Monticello Community School District

    K – 12th Grade

    Industrial Technology Standards and Benchmarks

    Developed by K-12 Industrial Technology Department during the 2008-2009 school year.

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 2

    Grade Level ____9-12_____________ Subject Area: ______Industrial technology__________ Course: ____Drafting Technology__________ Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Understands and uses basic drafting techniques

    The student will be able to….

    1.1 Use and maintain basic drafting equipment and machines 1.2 Use architectural scales and demonstrate scaling techniques 1.3 Identify and draw the various line types 1.4 Demonstrate correct lettering techniques 1.5 Reproduce drawings blueprints and plots 1.6 Prepare drawings/designs using appropriate media 1.7 Perform basic geometric constructions 1.8 Construct and bisect lines, arcs, and angles 1.9 Construct perpendicular and parallel lines 1.10 Construct geometric shapes (e.g., pentagon, hexagon, octagon) 1.11 Construct drawings and tangent lines, arcs, and ellipses 1.12 Draw orthographic views and transfer features 1.13 Freehand sketch orthographic and pictorial views 1.14 Apply basic dimensioning techniques 1.15 Construct basic sectional views

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    1.16 Construct axonometric, oblique, and one and two point perspective drawings 1.17 Construct drawings and primary and secondary auxiliary views 1.18 Solve mathematical problems relational to drafting (e.g., conversion of units) 1.19 Use drafting references and standards 1.20 Identify common manufacturing and construction materials 1.21 Identify and select types of fasteners, bearings, seals, springs, keyways and piping components (e.g. pipe

    schedules, fillings, etc) 1.22 Use precision measuring instruments 1.23 Read and interpret a variety of drawings

    Standard 2 Use computer and peripheral devices to aid in the documentation for design projects

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Demonstrate basic CAD operations 2.2 Demonstrate proper care and maintenance of CAD equipment and software 2.3 Demonstrate proficiency in creating two-dimensional CAD drawings 2.4 Demonstrate proficiency in creating three-dimensional CAD drawings 2.5 Demonstrate proficiency in creating three dimensional CAD modeling

    Standard 3 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 4

    Standard 4 Power & Energy Safety – Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical services (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to... 4.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions

    4.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 4.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 5 Power & Energy General Requirements- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    5.1 Read and interpret basic three views and three-dimensional drawings

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 5

    Grade Level ____9-12_____________ Subject Area: ______Industrial technology__________ Course: ____Architectural Drafting Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Understands and uses basic drafting techniques (MC/GF, CS, HOTS, LS, CE, )

    The student will be able to….

    1.1 Use and maintain basic drafting equipment and machines 1.2 Use architectural scales and demonstrate scaling techniques 1.3 Identify and draw the various line types 1.4 Demonstrate correct lettering techniques 1.5 Reproduce drawings blueprints and plots 1.6 Prepare drawings/designs using appropriate media 1.7 Perform basic geometric constructions 1.8 Construct and bisect lines, arcs, and angles 1.9 Construct perpendicular and parallel lines 1.10 Construct geometric shapes (e.g., pentagon, hexagon, octagon) 1.11 Construct drawings and tangent lines, arcs, and ellipses 1.12 Draw orthographic views and transfer features 1.13 Freehand sketch orthographic and pictorial views 1.14 Apply basic dimensioning techniques 1.15 Construct basic sectional views 1.16 Construct axonometric, oblique, and one and two point perspective drawings

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 6

    1.17 Solve mathematical problems relational to drafting (e.g., conversion of units) 1.18 Use drafting references and standards 1.19 Identify common manufacturing and construction materials 1.20 Identify and select types of fasteners, bearings, seals, springs, keyways and piping components (e.g. pipe

    schedules, fillings, etc) 1.21 Use precision measuring instruments 1.22 Read and interpret a variety of drawings 1.23 Construct and interpret geometric dimensioning and tolerancing symbols

    Standard 2 Use computer and peripheral devices to aid in the documentation for design projects MC/GF, HOTS, CE, CS, LS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Demonstrate basic CAD operations 2.2 Demonstrate proper care and maintenance of CAD equipment and software 2.3 Demonstrate proficiency in creating two-dimensional CAD drawings 2.4 Demonstrate proficiency in creating three-dimensional CAD drawings 2.5 Demonstrate proficiency in creating three dimensional CAD modeling

    Standard 3 Apply technical drawing skills to actual projects (CE, MC/GF, HOTS, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Construct an architectural presentation drawing with site plan (i.e., landscape symbols), floor plans, building elevations and wall sections

    3.2 Construct various section and detail drawings (i.e., stains, walls, roofs)

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 7

    3.3 Construct interior and exterior elevation drawings 3.4 Construct framing plans 3.5 Develop, construct and dimension and residential floor plan layout 3.6 Construct foundation/basement plans 3.7 Prepare window, door and finish schedules 3.8 Construct a building perspective drawing 3.9 Construct drawings of electrical diagrams (i.e. schematic, connection, interconnection) 3.10 Prepare a building material list 3.11 Construct drawings of hearting, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC). 3.12 Prepare drawings for plumbing fixtures and piping layout

    Standard 4 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development Standard 5 Power & Energy Safety – Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical services (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to... 5.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions

    5.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 5.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 8

    Standard 6 Power & Energy General Requirements- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Read and interpret basic three views and three-dimensional drawings

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 9

    Grade Level ____10-12_____________ Subject Area: ______Industrial technology__________ Course: ____Building Construction Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Technical Drawing- Understands and uses basic drafting techniques (MC/GF, CS, HOTS, LS, CE, )

    The student will be able to….

    l.1 Read and interpret a variety of drawings

    Standard 2 Design Drafting Applications-Apply technical drawing skills to actual projects (CE, MC/GF, HOTS, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.2 Construct interior and exterior elevation drawings 2.3 Construct framing plans 2.4 Develop, construct and dimension and residential floor plan layout 2.5 Construct foundation/basement plans 2.6 Construct a building perspective drawing 2.7 Prepare building material list

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 10

    Standard 3 Construction Safety Understand basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules 3.2 Inspect workplace for safe working environment and report unsafe conditions 3.3 Correct safety hazards 3.4 Clean and maintain work area and leave in safe condition 3.5 Follow tool checkout and maintenance procedures including reporting of equipment failures 3.6 Demonstrate proper shoveling and lifting techniques 3.7 Explain the application of first aid interventions for particular situations 3.8 Explain OSHA job safety compliance 3.9 Implement and comply with OSHA job site safety rules

    Standard 4 Construction General Requirements-Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Cut material to specified dimensions and shape 4.2 Install and remove fasteners properly (nails, screws, and anchor bolts) 4.3 Measure and compute using fractions and decimals

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 11

    4.4 Measure accurately and use the following instruments; ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square 4.5 Explain the importance of estimating to the construction trade 4.6 Identify the parts of a structure form a cross-section on a blueprint 4.7 Identify basic materials for a particular trade or process 4.8 Identify anchors, hinges and supports and their appropriate use of each trade

    Standard 5 Construction Preplanning- Understand the basic sequence of procedures necessary for a construction project (MC/GF, HOTS, LS, TI CS)

    The student will be able to...

    5.1 Receive, inspect, inventory, stack and properly store equipment, materials and supplies on-site 5.2 Interpret a materials list 5.3 Explain the cost of doing a job to include labor, tools materials and overhead and their relationship to profit 5.4 Compute the quantity of commonly used materials needed for a job (i.e., area, cubic area, and linear

    measurement

    Standard 6 Construction Sitework- Understand the process and activities that must be completed to prepare a site for construction (MC/GF, LS, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Explain how to prepare a building site to include the following: establish elevation reference points from bench mark; establish footing grades; locate and square corners; install batter boards; set grade stakes; and lay out building using transit

    Standard 7 Construction Processes- Differentiate among and apply the appropriate methods and processes to various construction materials and their installation. (MC/GF, LS, CS)

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 12

    (Concrete) The student will be able to...

    7.1 Explain all components of preparing foundations and footings 7.2 Demonstrate appropriate handling and placing techniques

    (Metals) The student will be able to...

    7.3 Measure, cut and install metal siding (Woods and Plastics) The student will be able to...

    7.4 Identify parts of a stair and compute, rise, run and headroom 7.5 Rough in wall and floor systems 7.6 Lay out structural members on center

    (Door and Windows) The student will be able to...

    7.7 Install pre-hung door and/or pre-cased window (Finishes) The student will be able to...

    7.8 Identify different types of exterior finishes (i.e, cornice, door, window, siding, fascia, and soffit) 7.9 Identify the pros and cons of exterior finishes (i.e, stucco, wood, masonry, aluminum, and vinyl)

    Standard 8 Equipment- Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, TI, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Inspect climbing equipment and demonstrate the setup of ladders, ladder jacks, planks, and scaffolds 8.2 Maintain and utilize basic hand and power tools from on of the following: hacksaw, circular, saw, handsaw,

    screwdrivers, drills, and bits, carpentry, masonry, electrical HVAC, plumbing

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 13

    Standard 9 Electrical- Apply basic electrical techniques (CS, LS, TI, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    9.1 Identify and explain ground fault protections, and where they are required.

    Standard 10 Manufacturing General Requirements- Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    10.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques 10.2 Comply with school district rules 10.3 Inspect, clean and organize work area and equipment for appropriate equipment use 10.4 Identify and maintain handtools for specified job 10.5 Measure parts with metric and English systems 10.6 Discuss mechanical advantage applications 10.7 Set up and use power saws 10.8 Recognize when cutting tools need reconditioning or service. Clean and store precision measurement tools,

    handtools, cutters, jigs, fixtures, and grinding wheels 10.9 Demonstrate proper care and storage of lab tools 10.10 Perform maintenance procedures on lab equipments

    Standard 11 Manufacturing Processes- Understand and apply manufacturing processes (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    11.1 Explain various classes/types of finishes 11.2 Process materials with portable power tools

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 14

    Standard 12 Manufacturing Production- Understand and demonstrate production techniques (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    12.1 Interpret and use prints, charts, diagrams, tables, and graphs 12.2 Develop bill of materials 12.3 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 13 Manufacturing Materials- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    13.1 Demonstrate material fabrication 13.2 Demonstrate material separating processes 13.3 Demonstrate material combining processes

    Standard 14 Manufacturing Enterprise- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    14.1 Identify the organizational need for profit 14.2 Explain the effect of quality on profit 14.3 Apply continuous quality improvement to the manufacturing processes 14.4 Explain the importance of a business reputation and business ethics

    Standard 15 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 15

    15.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 15.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 15.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 16 Power & Energy AC Circuits- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    16.1 Demonstrate an understating of the principles of operation of safety grounding systems; (lightning arresters, ground fault interrupters, etc.)

    Standard 17 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    17.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials 17.2 Apply first aid procedures 17.3 Discuss the hazards of substance abuse in the workplace 17.4 Identify and report unsafe shop conditions 17.5 Demonstrate use of measuring devices (micrometer, etc,) 17.6 Demonstrate proper care and use of hand and power tools

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 16

    Grade Level ____9-12_____________ Subject Area: ______Industrial Arts Course: ____ Wood Technology I Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Technical Drawing- Understands and uses basic drafting techniques (MC/GF, CS, HOTS, LS, CE, )

    The student will be able to….

    l.1 Read and interpret a variety of drawings

    Standard 2 Construction Safety Understand basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 17

    2.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules 2.2 Inspect workplace for safe working environment and report unsafe conditions 2.3 Correct safety hazards 2.4 Clean and maintain work area and leave in safe condition 2.5 Follow tool checkout and maintenance procedures including reporting of equipment failures 2.6 Explain the application of first aid interventions for particular situations 2.7 Implement and comply with OSHA job site safety rules

    Standard 3 Construction General Requirements-Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Cut material to specified dimensions and shape 3.2 Install and remove fasteners properly (nails, screws, and anchor bolts) 3.3 Measure and compute using fractions and decimals 3.4 Measure accurately and use the following instruments; ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square 3.5 Identify basic materials for a particular trade or process

    Standard 4 Construction Preplanning- Understand the basic sequence of procedures necessary for a construction project (MC/GF, HOTS, LS, TI CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Receive, inspect, inventory, stack and properly store equipment, materials and supplies on-site 4.2 Interpret a materials list

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 18

    Standard 5 Construction Processes- Differentiate among and apply the appropriate methods and processes to various construction materials and their installation. (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    (Finishes) The student will be able to...

    5.1 Identify different types of interior finishes for molding trims cabinets, doors, hardware, walls etc.

    Standard 6 Equipment- Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, TI, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Maintain and utilize basic hand and power tools from on of the following: hacksaw, circular, saw, handsaw, screwdrivers, drills, and bits, carpentry, masonry, electrical HVAC, plumbing

    Standard 7 Manufacturing General Requirements- Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques 7.2 Comply with school district rules 7.3 Inspect, clean and organize work area and equipment for appropriate equipment use 7.4 Identify and maintain handtools for specified job 7.5 Measure parts with metric and English systems 7.6 Set up and use power saws 7.7 Recognize when cutting tools need reconditioning or service. Clean and store precision measurement tools,

    handtools, cutters, jigs, fixtures, and grinding wheels 7.8 Demonstrate proper care and storage of lab tools

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 19

    Standard 8 Manufacturing Processes- Understand and apply manufacturing processes (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Explain various classes/types of finishes 8.2 Process materials with portable power tools 8.3 Apply jigs and fixtures for machine operations 8.4 Set up and use precision machining equipment

    Standard 9 Manufacturing Production Understand and demonstrate production techniques (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    9.1 Interpret and use prints, charts, diagrams, tables, and graphs 9.2 Draw sketch of desired work piece (manual or CAD) 9.3 Develop bill of materials 9.4 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 10 Manufacturing Materials- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    10.1 Demonstrate material fabrication 10.2 Demonstrate material finishing processes 10.3 Demonstrate material separating processes 10.4 Demonstrate material forming processes 10.5 Demonstrate material combining processes

    Standard 11 Manufacturing Enterprise- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 20

    The student will be able to...

    11.1 Create a project plan

    Standard 12 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    12.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 12.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 12.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 13 Power & Energy General Requirements- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    13.1 Determine maintenance procedures using technical manuals

    Standard 14 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    14.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials 14.2 Apply first aid procedures 14.3 Identify and report unsafe shop conditions 14.4 Demonstrate use of measuring devices (micrometer, stick rules, volt meter, etc,)

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 21

    14.5 Demonstrate proper care and use of hand and power tools

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 22

    Grade Level ___10-12_____________ Subject Area: ______Industrial Arts Course: ____ Wood Technology II Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Technical Drawing- Understands and uses basic drafting techniques (MC/GF, CS, HOTS, LS, CE, )

    The student will be able to….

    l.1 Read and interpret a variety of drawings

    Standard 2 Construction Safety Understand basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 23

    2.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules 2.2 Inspect workplace for safe working environment and report unsafe conditions 2.3 Correct safety hazards 2.4 Clean and maintain work area and leave in safe condition 2.5 Follow tool checkout and maintenance procedures including reporting of equipment failures 2.6 Explain the application of first aid interventions for particular situations 2.7 Implement and comply with OSHA job site safety rules

    Standard 3 Construction General Requirements-Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Cut material to specified dimensions and shape 3.2 Install and remove fasteners properly (nails, screws, and anchor bolts) 3.3 Measure and compute using fractions and decimals 3.4 Measure accurately and use the following instruments; ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square 3.5 Identify basic materials for a particular trade or process

    Standard 4 Construction Preplanning- Understand the basic sequence of procedures necessary for a construction project (MC/GF, HOTS, LS, TI CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Receive, inspect, inventory, stack and properly store equipment, materials and supplies on-site 4.2 Interpret a materials list

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 24

    4.3 Identify parts and materials using a suppliers’ and manufacturers’ catalog/manual

    Standard 5 Construction Processes- Differentiate among and apply the appropriate methods and processes to various construction materials and their installation. (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    (Finishes) The student will be able to...

    5.1 Identify different types of interior finishes for molding trims cabinets, doors, hardware, walls etc.

    Standard 6 Equipment- Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, TI, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Maintain and utilize basic hand and power tools from on of the following: hacksaw, circular, saw, handsaw, screwdrivers, drills and bits, carpentry, masonry, electrical, HVAC, plumbing

    Standard 7 Manufacturing General Requirements- Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques 7.2 Comply with school district rules 7.3 Inspect, clean and organize work area and equipment for appropriate equipment use 7.4 Identify and maintain handtools for specified job 7.5 Measure parts with metric and English systems 7.6 Set up and use power saws 7.7 Recognize when cutting tools need reconditioning or service. Clean and store precision measurement tools, handtools, cutters, jigs, fixtures, and grinding wheels

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 25

    7.8 Demonstrate proper care and storage of lab tools

    Standard 8 Manufacturing Processes- Understand and apply manufacturing processes (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Explain various classes/types of finishes 8.2 Process materials with portable power tools 8.3 Apply jigs and fixtures for machine operations 8.4 Set up and use precision machining equipment

    Standard 9 Manufacturing Production Understand and demonstrate production techniques (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    9.1 Interpret and use prints, charts, diagrams, tables, and graphs 9.2 Draw sketch of desired work piece (manual or CAD) 9.3 Develop bill of materials 9.4 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 10 Manufacturing Materials- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    10.1 Demonstrate material fabrication 10.2 Demonstrate material finishing processes 10.3 Demonstrate material separating processes 10.4 Demonstrate material forming processes 10.5 Demonstrate material combining processes

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 26

    Standard 11 Manufacturing Enterprise- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    11.1 Create a project plan

    Standard 12 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    12.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 12.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 12.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 13 Power & Energy General Requirements- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    13.1 Determine maintenance procedures using technical manuals

    Standard 14 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    14.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 27

    14.2 Apply first aid procedures 14.3 Identify and report unsafe shop conditions 14.4 Demonstrate use of measuring devices (micrometer, tapes, stick rules, volt meter, etc,) 14.5 Demonstrate proper care and use of hand and power tools

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 28

    Grade Level ____12_____________ Subject Area: ______Industrial technology__________ Course: ____Building Trades Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Technical Drawing- Understands and uses basic drafting techniques (MC/GF, CS, HOTS, LS, CE, )

    The student will be able to….

    l.1 Read and interpret a variety of drawings

    Standard 2 Design Drafting Applications-Apply technical drawing skills to actual projects (CE, MC/GF, HOTS, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Construct framing plans 2.2 Prepare window, door and finish schedules 2.3 Construct a building perspective drawing 2.4 Prepare building material list

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 29

    Standard 3 Construction Safety Understand basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules 3.2 Inspect workplace for safe working environment and report unsafe conditions 3.3 Correct safety hazards 3.4 Clean and maintain work area and leave in safe condition 3.5 Follow tool checkout and maintenance procedures including reporting of equipment failures 3.6 Demonstrate proper shoveling and lifting techniques 3.7 Explain the application of first aid interventions for particular situations 3.8 Explain OSHA job safety compliance 3.9 Implement and comply with OSHA job site safety rules

    Standard 4 Construction General Requirements-Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Cut material to specified dimensions and shape 4.2 Install and remove fasteners properly (nails, screws, and anchor bolts) 4.3 Measure and compute using fractions and decimals 4.4 Measure accurately and use the following instruments; ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square 4.5 Explain the importance of estimating to the construction trade 4.6 Identify the parts of a structure form a cross-section on a blueprint

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 30

    4.7 Identify basic materials for a particular trade or process 4.8 Identify anchors, hinges and supports and their appropriate use of each trade

    Standard 5 Construction Preplanning- Understand the basic sequence of procedures necessary for a construction project (MC/GF, HOTS, LS, TI CS)

    The student will be able to...

    5.1 Receive, inspect, inventory, stack and properly store equipment, materials and supplies on-site 5.2 Interpret a materials list 5.3 Explain the cost of doing a job to include labor, tools materials and overhead and their relationship to profit 5.4 Compute the quantity of commonly used materials needed for a job (i.e., area, cubic area, and linear measurement

    Standard 6 Construction Sitework- Understand the process and activities that must be completed to prepare a site for construction (MC/GF, LS, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Explain how to prepare a building site to include the following: establish elevation reference points from bench mark; establish footing grades; locate and square corners; install batter boards; set grade stakes; and lay out building using transit

    Standard 7 Construction Processes- Differentiate among and apply the appropriate methods and processes to various construction materials and their installation. (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    (Concrete) The student will be able to...

    7.1 Explain all components of preparing foundations and footings

  • Monticello Industrial Technology Standards/Benchmarks revised 2/8/11 page 31

    7.2 Strip and clean forms 7.3 Demonstrate appropriate handling and placing techniques

    (Metals) The student will be able to...

    7.4 Measure, cut, form, fit and install metal flashing 7.5 Measure, cut and install metal siding, vinyl 7.6 Measure, fit and install metal trim

    (Woods and Plastics) The student will be able to...

    7.7 Identify parts of a stair and compute, rise, run and headroom 7.8 Rough in wall and floor systems 7.9 Install cabinetry and case work 7.10 Miter and install molding trim 7.11 Install prefab truss and rafter roof system 7.12 Lay out structural members on center

    (Thermal and Moisture Protection) The student will be able to...

    7.13 Identify the sidewall and ceiling insulation, vapor barriers, ventilation and air infiltration 7.14 Identify types of roofing systems, including common standards associated with roofing, (i.e., flashing,

    penetrations, and installation) 7.15 Install insulation 7.16 Observe appropriate water proofing and drainage procedures

    (Door and Windows) The student will be able to...

    7.17 Install pre-hung door and/or pre-cased window (Finishes) The student will be able to...

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    7.18 Identify different types of exterior finishes (i.e, cornice, door, window, siding, fascia, and soffit) 7.19 Identify the pros and cons of exterior finishes (i.e, stucco, wood, masonry, aluminum, and vinyl) 7.20 Identify different types of interior finishes for molding trims, cabinets, doors, hardware, walls, etc. 7.21 Explain the proper procedures for preparing a surface for finishing and selecting a proper finish (i.e., wood,

    metal and masonry) 7.22 Demonstrate appropriate techniques for installing and finishing drywall 7.23 Identify various floor-covering options

    Standard 8 Equipment- Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, TI, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Inspect climbing equipment and demonstrate the setup of ladders, ladder jacks, planks, and scaffolds 8.2 Maintain and utilize basic hand and power tools from on of the following: hacksaw, circular, saw, handsaw,

    screwdrivers, drills, and bits, carpentry, masonry, electrical HVAC, plumbing 8.3 Explain the use of earth moving site preparation equipment in preparing construction sites 8.4 Explain proper safety procedures for a safe working environment regarding on-site construction vehicles

    (forklifts, bulldozers, track loader backhoes, dump trucks, etc.) 8.5 Explain proper safety considerations for work in or near open excavations

    Standard 9 Electrical- Apply basic electrical techniques (CS, LS, TI, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    9.1 Identify and explain ground fault protections, and where they are required.

    Standard 10 Manufacturing General Requirements- Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

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    10.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques 10.2 Comply with school district rules 10.3 Inspect, clean and organize work area and equipment for appropriate equipment use 10.4 Identify and maintain handtools for specified job 10.5 Measure parts with metric and English systems 10.6 Discuss mechanical advantage applications 10.7 Set up and use power saws 10.8 Recognize when cutting tools need reconditioning or service. Clean and store precision measurement tools,

    handtools, cutters, jigs, fixtures, and grinding wheels 10.9 Demonstrate proper care and storage of lab tools 10.10 Perform maintenance procedures on lab equipments

    Standard 11 Manufacturing Processes- Understand and apply manufacturing processes (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    11.1 Explain various classes/types of finishes 11.2 Process materials with portable power tools

    Standard 12 Manufacturing Production- Understand and demonstrate production techniques (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    12.1 Interpret and use prints, charts, diagrams, tables, and graphs 12.2 Develop bill of materials 12.3 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 13 Manufacturing Materials- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

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    13.1 Demonstrate material fabrication 13.2 Demonstrate material separating processes 13.3 Demonstrate material combining processes

    Standard 14 Manufacturing Enterprise- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    14.1 Identify the organizational need for profit 14.2 Explain the effect of quality on profit 14.3 Apply continuous quality improvement to the manufacturing processes 14.4 Explain the importance of a business reputation and business ethics

    Standard 15 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    15.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 15.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 15.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 16 Power & Energy AC Circuits- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    16.1 Demonstrate an understating of the principles of operation of safety grounding systems; (lightning arresters, ground fault interrupters, etc.)

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    Standard 17 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    17.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials 17.2 Apply first aid procedures 17.3 Discuss the hazards of substance abuse in the workplace 17.4 Identify and report unsafe shop conditions 17.5 Demonstrate use of measuring devices (micrometer, etc,) 17.6 Demonstrate proper care and use of hand and power tools

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    Grade Level ___9-12_____________ Subject Area: ______Industrial Technology__________ Course: ____Metals Technology I Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Technical Drawing- Understands and uses basic drafting techniques (MC/GF, CS, HOTS, LS, CE, )

    The student will be able to….

    l.1 Construct object intersections and developments 1.2 Read and interpret a variety of drawings

    Standard 2 Construction Safety – Understand the basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules

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    Standard 3 Construction General Requirements – Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Cut material to specified dimensions and shape 3.2 Install and remove fasteners properly (i.e., nails, screws and anchor bolts) 3.3 Measure and compute using fractions and decimals 3.4 Measure accurately and use the following instruments: ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square

    Standard 4 Equipment – Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, Ti, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Explain the use of earth moving site preparation equipment in preparing construction sites

    Standard 5 Manufacturing General Requirements – Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    5.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques

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    Standard 6 Manufacturing Processes – Understand and apply manufacturing processes ( MC/GF, LS, CS, CE, HOTS, TI, GE)

    The student will be able to….

    6.1 Cut threads with various procedures 6.2 Measure parts using precision measurement tools (i.e., micrometer, vernier, dial, calipers and dial indicators) 6.3 Measure, calculate and lay out precision patterns 6.4 Apply jigs and fixtures for machine operations 6.5 Set up and use precision machining equipment …..

    Standard 7 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Explain CAD/CAM/CNC and robotics and describe its use in flexible manufacturing system (CIM) 7.2 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 8 Manufacturing Materials – Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (LS, CS, MC/GF, TI)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Demonstrate metal fabrication

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    8.2 Demonstrate ferrous and non-ferrous materials and their use 8.3 Demonstrate material finishing processes 8.4 Demonstrate material forming processes 8.5 Demonstrate material combining processes 8.6 Demonstrate material casting processes

    Standard 9 Power & Energy Safety – Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical services (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to... 9.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions

    9.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 9.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 10 Power & Energy General Requirements- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    10.1 Interpret component identifiers and read schematics (i.e., color codes, manufacturers and type number) 10.2 Identify major governing bodies that set standards relevant to the industry (i.e., military, IEEE, UL, ANSI,

    NFPS, etc.) 10.3 Determine maintenance procedures using technical manuals

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    10.4 Measure parts with precision tools (metric and English)

    Standard 11 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    11.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials

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    Grade Level ____10-12____ Subject Area: __ Industrial Technology___ Course: __Transportation__ Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Construction Safety – Understand the basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    1.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules

    Standard 2 Construction General Requirements – Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Measure and compute using fractions and decimals 2.2 Measure accurately and use the following instruments: ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square

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    Standard 3 Equipment – Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, Ti, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Explain the use of earth moving site preparation equipment in preparing construction sites

    Standard 4 Manufacturing General Requirements – Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques 4.2 Measure and compute using fractions and decimals 4.3 Measure accurately and use the following instruments: ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit and square

    Standard 5 Manufacturing Processes – Understand and apply manufacturing processes ( MC/GF, LS, CS, CE, HOTS, TI, GE)

    The student will be able to….

    5.1 Measure parts using precision measurement tools (i.e., micrometer, vernier, dial calipers and dial indicators) 5.2 Measure, calculate and lay out precision patterns 5.3 Set up and use precision machining equipment

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    Standard 6 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 7 Manufacturing Enterprise- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Explain the relationship of inputs, processes and outputs

    Standard 8 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 8.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 8.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

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    Standard 9 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    9.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials

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    Grade Level ____10-12____ Subject Area: __ Industrial Technology___ Course: __Electricity__ Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Construction Safety – Understand the basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    1.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules

    Standard 2 Equipment – Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, Ti, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Explain the use of earth moving site preparation equipment in preparing construction sites

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    Standard 3 Electrical - Apply basic electrical techniques (CS, LS, TI, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Splice a wire correctly 3.2 Wire and diagram the following switching arrangements: a. 3-way switching system on one light; b. a single

    pole switch on one light; c. a single pole switch on two lights; and d. a duplex receptacle 3.3 Identify and explain ground fault protections, and where they are required. 3.4 Identify types and sizes of wire, wire coverings and appropriate short circuit protections 3.5 Diagnose malfunctions of simple electrical systems using test and measurement equipment and repair, such as

    volt meter, amp meter and oh meter 3.6 Observe the installation and connection of an electrical service entrance and breaker box

    Standard 4 Manufacturing General Requirements – Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques

    Standard 5 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

    The student will be able to...

    5.1 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

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    Standard 6 Manufacturing Materials – Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (LS, CS, MC/GF, TI)

    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Demonstrate material forming processes 6.2 Demonstrate material combining processes

    Standard 7 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 7.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 7.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 8 Power & Energy General Requirements- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Identify schematic symbols and read and interpret electronics schematic diagrams 8.2 Identify major governing bodies that set standards relevant to the industry (i.e., military, IEEE, UL, ANSI,

    NFPS, etc.) 8.3 Use basic shop skills of stripping wire, soldering, de-soldering, IC sockets, wire wrap and assembling

    connectors

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    Standard 9 Power & Energy AC Circuits- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    9.1 Demonstrate an understating of the principles of operation of safety grounding systems; (lightning arresters, ground fault interrupters, etc.)

    Standard 10 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    10.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials

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    Grade Level ____9-12____ Subject Area: __ Industrial Technology___ Course: __Manufacturing__ Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Construction Safety – Understand the basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    1.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules

    Standard 2 Construction Preplanning- Understand the basic sequence of procedures necessary for a construction project (MC/GF, HOTS, LS, TI CS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.4 Compute the quantity of commonly used materials needed for a job (i.e., area, cubic area, and linear measurement

    Standard 3 Equipment – Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, Ti, CE, MC/GF)

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    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Explain the use of earth moving site preparation equipment in preparing construction sites

    Standard 4 Manufacturing General Requirements – Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques 4.2 Identify various manufacturing enterprises

    Standard 5 Manufacturing Processes – Understand and apply manufacturing processes ( MC/GF, LS, CS, CE, HOTS, TI, GE)

    The student will be able to….

    5.1 Apply jigs and fixtures for machine operations

    Standard 6 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

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    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Plan operation flowchart for production 6.2 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 7 Manufacturing Enterprise- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Identify the organizational need for profit 7.2 Identify opportunities for profit in manufacturing processes 7.3 Explain the possible barriers to profit in the manufacturing processes 7.4 Explain the effect of quality on profit 7.5 Apply continuous quality improvement to the manufacturing processes 7.6 Recognize a business plan that provides for an acceptable profit 7.7 Explain the importance of a business reputation and business ethics 7.8 Identify steps within manufacturing processes that determine cost 7.9 Create a project plan 7.10 Describe how marketing effort affect product sales 7.11 Identify situations where robots are useful 7.12 Understand the elements necessary in designing and developing a product 7.13 Explain how logos and trademarks are established for a company 7.14 Describe the cash flow of a typical manufacturing enterprise 7.15 Explain the relationship of inputs, processes and outputs 7.16 Explain how a legal company is established

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    Standard 8 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 8.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 8.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 9 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    9.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials

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    Grade Level ___10-12_____________ Subject Area: ______Industrial Technology__________ Course: ____Machining Fundamentals____ Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Technical Drawing- Understands and uses basic drafting techniques (MC/GF, CS, HOTS, LS, CE, )

    The student will be able to….

    l.1 Read and interpret a variety of drawings

    Standard 2 Construction Safety – Understand the basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules

    Standard 3 Construction General Requirements – Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

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    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Measure and compute using fractions and decimals 3.4 Measure accurately and use the following instruments: ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square

    Standard 4 Equipment – Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, Ti, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Explain the use of earth moving site preparation equipment in preparing construction sites

    Standard 5 Manufacturing General Requirements – Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    5.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques

    Standard 6 Manufacturing Processes – Understand and apply manufacturing processes ( MC/GF, LS, CS, CE, HOTS, TI, GE)

    The student will be able to….

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    6.1 Cut threads with various procedures 6.2 Measure parts using precision measurement tools (i.e., micrometer, vernier, dial, calipers and dial indicators) 6.3 Measure, calculate and lay out precision patterns 6.4 Apply jigs and fixtures for machine operations 6.5 Set up and use precision machining equipment …..

    Standard 7 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 8 Manufacturing Materials – Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (LS, CS, MC/GF, TI)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Demonstrate metal fabrication 8.2 Demonstrate ferrous and non-ferrous materials and their use 8.3 Demonstrate material finishing processes

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    Standard 9 Power & Energy Safety – Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical services (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to... 9.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions

    9.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 9.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 10 Power & Energy General Requirements- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    10.1 Identify major governing bodies that set standards relevant to the industry (i.e., military, IEEE, UL, ANSI, NFPS, etc.)

    10.2 Determine maintenance procedures using technical manuals 10.3 Measure parts with precision tools (metric and English)

    Standard 11 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

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    11.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials

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    Grade Level ____9-12____ Subject Area: __ Industrial Technology___ Course: __Power and Energy__ Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Construction Safety – Understand the basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    1.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules

    Standard 2 Construction General Requirements – Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Measure accurately and use the following instruments: ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square

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    Standard 3 Equipment – Use the appropriate equipment for the particular situation (CS, LS, HOTS, Ti, CE, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Explain the use of earth moving site preparation equipment in preparing construction sites

    Standard 4 Manufacturing General Requirements – Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques

    Standard 5 Manufacturing Processes – Understand and apply manufacturing processes ( MC/GF, LS, CS, CE, HOTS, TI, GE)

    The student will be able to….

    5.1 Identify and explain hydraulic systems 5.2 Identify and explain pneumatic systems 5.3 Identify and explain electrical systems 5.4 Identify valves and control systems

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    Standard 6 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

    The student will be able to...

    6.1 Explain CAD/CAM/CNC and robotics and describe its use in flexible manufacturing systems (CIM) 6.2 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 7 Manufacturing Enterprise- Understand and demonstrate the use of materials in manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Explain the relationship of inputs, processes and outputs

    Standard 8 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 8.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 8.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

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    Standard 9 Power & Energy General Requirements- Understand and demonstrate the basic concepts of AC Circuits (MC./GF, TI, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    9.1 Explain the relationships between energy, power and work

    Standard 10 Power & Energy DC Circuits - Understand and demonstrate the basic concept of DC Circuits (MC/GF, TL, CE, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    10.1 Explain the relationships between energy, power and work

    Standard 11 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    11.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials

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    Grade Level ____11-12____ Subject Area: __ Industrial Technology___ Course: __Welding__ Infused areas: CE = Career Education MC/GF = Multicultural & gender fair TI = Technology Integration GE = Global Education Higher Order Thinking Skills = HOTS LS = Learning Skills CS = Communication Skills Standard 1 Design Drafting Applications – Apply technical drawing skills to actual projects (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS, CE, LS)

    The student will be able to...

    1.1 Interpret and construct welded assembly drawings

    Standard 2 Construction Safety – Understand the basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for a construction project (HOTS, MC/GF, TI, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    2.1 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules

    Standard 3 Construction General Requirements – Understand the basic background knowledge required for entry into the construction industry (MC/GF, LS, TI, HOTS, CS)

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    The student will be able to...

    3.1 Measure accurately and use the following instruments: ruler, tape measure, chalk line, level, transit, and square

    Standard 4 Manufacturing General Requirements – Understand and apply the fundamentals of manufacturing (GE, CE, MC/GF, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    4.1 Apply basic emergency first aid techniques

    Standard 5 Manufacturing Processes – Understand and apply manufacturing processes ( MC/GF, LS, CS, CE, HOTS, TI, GE)

    The student will be able to….

    5.1 Explain destructive and nondestructive methods of testing

    Standard 6 Manufacturing Production – Understand and demonstrate production techniques (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF, TI, CE)

    The student will be able to...

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    6.1 Utilize advanced math skills in product design and development

    Standard 7 Power & Energy Safety- Understand the basic safety and safe operating procedures necessary in the field of technical service (MC/GF, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    7.1 Explain appropriate first aid interventions 7.2 Inspect work area and equipment of safe working environment 7.3 Comply with shop and equipment safety rules and report violations

    Standard 8 Power & Energy DC Circuits - Understand and demonstrate the basic concept of DC Circuits (MC/GF, TL, CE, HOTS, LS, CS)

    The student will be able to...

    8.1 Explain the concepts of the DC current 8.2 Demonstrate an understanding of sources of electricity in DC Circuits

    Standard 11 Transportation General Requirements- Understand the basic procedures involved in the mechanics industry (HOTS, LS, CS, MC/GF)

    The student will be able to...

    11.1 Apply shop and equipment safety rules including hazardous materials