Registration guides High school registration guide 2022-23 [copy] - Page 93

Power Sports Engines Prerequisite / Selection Process : Small Gas Engines II or Outdoor Power Equipment Intended Audience : Grades 9 , 10 , 11 , and 12 Credit : One trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Maintenance and repair of internal combustion engines like those on scooters , motorcycles , snowmobiles and boats
• Principles of engine operation with related mathematical principles
Projects , Activities , etc .: Disassemble , overhaul , and reassemble larger two- and four-stroke engines . Instructional Focus : Lab work
Automotive Technology I Prerequisite / Selection Process : Outdoor Power Equipment Intended Audience : Grades 10 , 11 , and 12 Credit : One trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Theory of operation
• Servicing of automotive engines and related systems
• Prerequisite to Technical Systems in Automotive Technology II
Instructional Focus : Theory of operation and related mathematics through hands-on activities
Automotive Technology II Prerequisite / Selection Process : Automotive Technology I Intended Audience : Grades 10 , 11 , and 12 Credit : One trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Theory of operation
• Brake service
• Driveline service
• Suspension service Projects , Activities , etc .: Work on personal vehicle as time and space allow Instructional Focus : Theory of operation and related mathematics through hands-on activities
ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION
Architectural Drafting and Design Intended Audience : Grades 9 , 10 , 11 and 12 Credit : One Trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Construction / cabinetry terminology
• CAD software applications
• Codes and design constraints
• Introduction to blueprint reading
• Construction / cabinetry measurement systems
• House design
• 3D Residential design
• 2D Floor plans
• Basic cabinetry design
• Exploration of architectural careers Projects , Activities , etc .: This course will focus on using computer-aided drafting ( CAD ) software to design various aspects of residential structures and cabinets . Instructional focus : Computer lab-based ; students will use industrial level software to produce construction and cabinetry designs .
Cabinetry I Intended Audience : Grades 9 , 10 , 11 and 12 Credit : One Trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Knowledge and safe use of tools and equipment
• Basic processes in construction of cabinets
• Cabinet materials and applications
• Finishing materials and procedures
• Exploration of construction / manufacturing careers
Projects , Activities , etc .: Construction of basic cabinet details . Instructional focus : Laboratory-based ; focused on safety , integration of math , science and workplace skills .
Cabinetry II Prerequisite / Selection Process : Cabinetry I Intended Audience : Grades 9 , 10 , 11 and 12 Credit : One trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Frame and panel construction
• Drawer construction
• Joinery
• Abrasives and hardware
• Exploration of construction / manufacturing careers
Projects , Activities , etc .: Students will follow a plan / blueprint and construct a cabinet . Instructional focus : Laboratory-based ; instructor-designed product . Focused on safety , integration of math , science and workplace skills .
Cabinetry III Prerequisite / Selection Process : Cabinetry II Intended Audience : Grades 9 , 10 , 11 , and 12 Credit : One trimester = 0.5 Credit Major Outcomes :
• Integration of all cabinetry aspects
• Exploration of construction / manufacturing careers
Projects , Activities , Etc .: This is the culmination or capstone of the cabinetry course series . Students will personally design and construct a product that integrates all of the aspects from the first two courses . Instructional Focus : Laboratory-based ; Individualized design and product . Focused on safety , integration of math , science and workplace skills .
Exploring Construction Intended Audience : Grades 9 , 10 , 11 and 12 Credit : One Trimester = 0.5 credit Major Outcomes :
• Jobsite Safety
• Foundation / masonry
• Residential Framing
• Roofing
• Basic Electrical
• Basic Plumbing
• Insulating
• Introduction to drywall installation
• Introduction to interior finishing / trim work ..................................................
• Introduction to exterior finishing
• Exploration of construction careers Projects , Activities , etc .: This course is offered at the high school and teams of students will build storage sheds . Following completion of this course , additional in-depth construction courses may be taken at STEP , where a house is built . Instructional focus : Laboratory-based ; focused on safety , integration of math , science and workplace skills .

TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

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