Industrial Education-Small engines and Benchmarks

Industrial Education-Small engines and Benchmarks
Industrial Education-Small engines and Benchmarks-Related Standards
Standards
1. Understand the basic procedures involved with small engines.
2. Demonstrate skill in analysis and care of the small engines.
3. Perform basic functions of engine care.
Small engine overhaul
Understand the basic procedures
involved with small engines.
1. Apply shop and equipment safety
Rules.
(G)
2. Demonstrate use of measuring
devices.
(MC),(GF)
3. Demonstrate proper care and
use of hand and power tools.
Demonstrate skill in analysis and care
of the small engines
1. Inspect and identify the parts of a
small engine.
(c)
Perform basic functions of engine
care.
1. Remove and replace engine.
(c)
2. Disassemble and reassemble
an engine.
(c)
3. Replace worn out or broken parts
(c)
Industrial Education-Construction Benchmarks-Related Standards
Standards
1.
2.
3.
4.
Understand the basic safety and safety operation procedures necessary for a construction project.
Understand the basic knowledge required building a project.
Understand basic sequence of procedures for a project.
Understand the process for finishing a project.
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Understand the basic safety
and safety operation
procedures necessary for a
construction project
Understand the basic
knowledge required building
a project.
Understand basic sequence of
procedures for a project
Understand the process for
finishing a project.
1. Comply with shop and
equipment safety rules.
1. Cut material to
specified dimensions
3. Explain the cost of
doing a job to include
1.
Explain the proper
procedures for
preparing a surface for
(G)
2. Inspect workplaces
for safe working
environment and report
unsafe conditions.
3. Correct safety
hazards.
4. Clean and maintain
work area and leave in
safe condition.
(MC),(GF)
5. Follow tool checkout
and maintenance
procedures including
reporting failures.
and shape.
2. Install and remove
fasteners properly (i.e.,
nails, screws, and
anchor bolts).
3. Measure and
compute using fractions
and decimals.
(G)
4. Measure accurately
and use the following
instruments; ruler, tape
measure, chalk
line, level, and square.
(G)
labor, tools, materials
and overhead and
their relationship to
profit.
(C)
4. Compute the quantity
of commonly used
materials needed for a
job (i.e., area, cubic
area, and linear
measurement).
(C)
finishing.
2. Identify different types of
interior finishes.
Industrial Education-Engineering and Benchmarks-Related Standards
1. Understands and used basic drafting techniques.
2. Use computer and peripheral devices to aid in the documentation for design projects.
3. Apply technical drawing skills to actual projects.
Understands and used basic drafti Use computer and peripheral dev Apply technical drawing skills to
techniques.
the documentation for design proj actual projects.
Architecture CAD
5. Reproduce drawings
1.
6. Prepare drawings/designs
2.
using appropriate media
(C)
13. Freehand sketch orthographic 3.
Pictorial views.
14. Apply basic dimensioning.
(G)
4.
19. Use drafting references and
Standards
20. Identify common manufactur
And construction materials.
(C)
Demonstrate basic CAD oper
Demonstrate proper care and
maintenance of CAD equipm
and software.
Demonstrate proficiency in
creating two-dimensional CA
drawings.
Demonstrate proficiency in
three-dimensional CAD draw
8. Construct an architectural
presentation drawing with site plan
9. Construct various section and
detail drawings.
10. Construct interior and exterior
Elevation drawings.
11. Construct framing plans.
12. Develop, construct and dimension
a residential floor plan layout.
13. Construct foundation/basement
plan.
14. Prepare window, door and finish
schedules.
15. Construct a building perspective
drawing.
16. Construct drawings of electrical
diagrams.
17. Prepare a building material list.
18. Construct drawings for heating,
ventilation, and air conditioning
19. Prepare drawings for plumbing
fixtures and piping layout.
A. All are career Education (C)
Industrial Education-Engineering and Benchmarks-Related Standards
1.
2.
Understands and used basic drafting techniques.
Use computer and peripheral devices to aid in the documentation for design projects.
3. Apply technical drawing skills to actual projects.
Understands and used basic drafti Use computer and peripheral dev Apply technical drawing skills to
techniques.
the documentation for design proj actual projects.
Mechanical CAD
5. Reproduce drawings
6. Prepare drawings/designs
using appropriate media
9. Construct perpendicular and
parallel lines
10. Construct geometric shapes
11. Construct drawings of tangent lines
arcs, and ellipses.
12 Draw orthographic views and
transfer features.
4. Apply basic dimensioning.
(G)
5. Construct basic sectional views
6. Construct axonometric, oblique
And one and two point perspective
7. Construct drawings of primary and
secondary auxiliary views.
8. Solve mathematical problems.
9. Use drafting references and
standards.
(G)
10. Identify common manufacturing
and construction materials.
(C)
11. Identify and select types of
fasteners, bearings, seals, springs,
springs, keyways, and piping.
22. Construct object intersections and
developments.
23. Identify appropriate manufacturing
processes.
5.
.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Demonstrate basic CAD operations
(G)
Demonstrate proper care and
maintenance of CAD equipment
and software.
(MC),(GF)
Demonstrate proficiency in
creating two-dimensional CAD
drawings.
Demonstrate proficiency in
three-dimensional CAD drawings.
Demonstrate proficiency
in creating three-dimensional CAD
drawings.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
19.
Construct keyway and keyseat
drawing.
Construct spline and gear
drawings.
Construct cam and follower
drawings.
Construct fastener head drawings.
Construct schematic and simplified
thread drawings.
Interpret and construct welded
assembly drawings.
Construct casting drawings.
Construct drawings of molded
plastic parts.
Construct sheet metal or flat
pattern drawings.
Construct exploded and
orthographic assembly drawings.
Construct drawings of electrical
Diagrams.
(C)
24. Use precision measuring
instruments. (G)
25. Calculate tolerances and fits.
26. Construct and interpret geometric d
and tolerancing symbols.
27. Read and interpret a variety of
drawings. (C)
Industrial Education-Engineering and Benchmarks-Related Standards
1.
2.
3.
Understands and used basic drafting techniques.
Use computer and peripheral devices to aid in the documentation for design projects.
Apply technical drawing skills to actual projects.
Understands and used basic drafting
Use computer and peripheral devices to Apply technical drawing skills to
techniques.
documentation for design projects.
actual projects.
Drawing 1
1.Use and maintain basic manual drafting
equipment and machines.
2.Use architect metric, civil, and mechanical
engineer’s scales and demonstrate with
technique.
(G),(GF)
3. Identify and draw the various line types.
7. Perform basic geometric constructions
20. Construct and bisect lines, arcs, and ellipses
21. Construct perpendicular and parallel lines.
22. Construct geometric shapes(e.g., pentagon,
hexagon, octagon)
12. Draw orthographic views and transfers
features.
13. Freehand sketch orthographic and pictorial
views
(C)
14. Apply basic dimensioning techniques.
Industrial Education-Woodworking I and Benchmarks-Related Standards
Standards
5.
6.
7.
8.
Wood 1
Understand the basic safety and safety operation procedures necessary for a construction project.
Understand the basic knowledge required building a project.
Understand basic sequence of procedures for a project.
Understand the process for finishing a project.
Understand the basic safety
and safety operation
procedures necessary for a
construction project.
Understand the basic
knowledge required building
a project.
Understand basic sequence of
procedures for a project.
Understand the process for
finishing a project
1. Comply with shop and
equipment safety rules.
(G)
2. Inspect workplaces
for safe working
environment and report
unsafe conditions.
(MC),(GF)
3. Correct safety
hazards.
4. Clean and maintain
work area and leave in
safe condition.
5. Follow tool checkout
and maintenance
1. Cut material to
specified dimensions
and shape.
(GF),(MC)
2. Install and remove
fasteners properly (i.e.,
nails, screws, and
anchor bolts).
3. Measure and
compute using fractions
and decimals.
4. Measure accurately
and use the following
instruments; ruler, tape
measure, chalk
3. Explain the cost of
doing a job to include
labor, tools, materials
and overhead and
their relationship to
profit.
(C)
4. Compute the quantity
of commonly used
materials needed for a
job (i.e., area, cubic
area, and linear
measurement).
(C),(G)
2.
Explain the proper
procedures for
preparing a surface for
finishing.
2. Identify different types of
interior finishes.
procedures including
reporting failures.
line, level, and square
Industrial Education-Welding - Benchmarks-Related Standards
Standards
1.
2.
3.
Welding
Understand the basic safety and safety operating procedures necessary for welding.
Understand the basic knowledge required welding.
Operate both gas welder and arc welder.
Understand the basic safety and safety
operating procedures necessary for
welding
1. Identify safety rules used for
welding.
(GF),(MC)
Understand the basic knowledge
required welding
Operate both gas welder and arc
welder
1.
4.
2.
3.
Operate the gas welder.
(c)
Operate the arc welder.
(c)
Operate the wire feed welder.
(C)
Weld six gas welding joints
correctly.
5. Braze four welding joints
correctly.
3. Arc welds five joints correctly.
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