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MLR IV Syllabus  

Maintenance and Light Repair IV

The Maintenance and Light Repair IV (MLR IV) course prepares students for entry into the automotive workforce or into post-secondary training. Student’s study and service automotive HVAC systems, engine performance systems, automatic and manual transmission/transaxle systems, and practice workplace soft skills. Upon completing all of the Maintenance and Light Repair courses, the student may enter the automotive service industry as an ASE Certified MLR Technician.

Program of Study Application

MLR IV is the fourth, and final, course in the Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair program of study and covers important skills and knowledge on becoming a professional service technician. For more information on the benefits and requirements of implementing these programs in full, please see the program of study description documents found on the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics website at https://tn.gov/education/article/cte-cluster-transportation-distribution-logistics.

 


MLR III Syllabus  

Career and Technical Education

Franklin County High School

Maintenance and Light Repair III (MLR III)

 

Robby Northcutt, Teacher

       967-2821 – School

 

Goal of Course: The Maintenance and Light Repair III (MLR III) course prepares students for entry into Maintenance and Light Repair IV. Students study and service suspension and steering systems and brake systems. Upon completing all of the Maintenance and Light Repair courses, students may enter automotive service industry as an ASE Certified MLR Technician.

 

 

Text: Automotive Technology, A Systems Approach (students are responsible for condition of the assigned textbook) You are also required to keep a portfolio of all your work including safety tests, class work, exams, and performance profiles. Safety glasses are required in shop area.

 

Expectations: Safety, respect, and effort are very important to your success in this class. This is a shop class and can be very dangerous so it is important to follow all safety rules at all times. Respect is key to your learning, not only for yourself, but your classmates as well. The amount of effort you put into this class will be directly proportional to what you get out of it. Remember part of your grade is class participation.

 

Grades: Your final grade will be calculated as follows:

              

               Tests                                     25%

               Performance Profiles             25%

               Participation                           25%

               Daily                                      25%

 

Classroom Rules: Classroom rules will be handed out and gone over to ensure everyone understands them. They are also posted at classroom entrances. Discipline procedures are also listed. All FCHS policies and rules in student handbook apply in this class and will be enforced.

 

Make-up Work: Make-up work is due 5 school days from date of absence. None will be accepted after this period. Students are responsible for obtaining make-up work and turning it in on time. See me for these assignments.

 

Tardies: You are considered tardy if you are outside classroom when tardy bell rings.

Tardies are covered in student handbook and enforced accordingly.

 

 

 

 


MLR II Syllabus  

Career and Technical Education

Franklin County High School

Maintenance and Light Repair II (MLR II)

 

Robby Northcutt, Teacher

       967-2821 – School

 

Goal of Course: Maintenance and Light Repair II (MLR II) is a course that prepares students for entry into Maintenance and Light Repair III. Students study automotive general electrical systems, starting and charging systems, batteries, lighting, and electrical accessories. Upon completing all of the Maintenance and Light Repair courses, students may enter automotive service industry as an ASE Certified MLR Technician

 

 

Text: Automotive Technology, A Systems Approach (students are responsible for condition of the assigned textbook) You are also required to keep a portfolio of all your work including safety tests, class work, exams, and performance profiles. Safety glasses are required in shop area.

 

Expectations: Safety, respect, and effort are very important to your success in this class. This is a shop class and can be very dangerous so it is important to follow all safety rules at all times. Respect is key to your learning, not only for yourself, but your classmates as well. The amount of effort you put into this class will be directly proportional to what you get out of it. Remember part of your grade is class participation.

 

Grades: Your final grade will be calculated as follows:

              

               Tests                                     25%

               Performance Profiles             25%

               Participation                          25%

               Daily                                     25%

 

Classroom Rules: Classroom rules will be handed out and gone over to ensure everyone understands them. They are also posted at classroom entrances. Discipline procedures are also listed. All FCHS policies and rules in student handbook apply in this class and will be enforced.

 

Make-up Work: Make-up work is due 5 school days from date of absence. None will be accepted after this period. Students are responsible for obtaining make-up work and turning it in on time. See me for these assignments.

 

Tardies: You are considered tardy if you are outside classroom when tardy bell rings.

Tardies are covered in student handbook and enforced accordingly.

 

 

 

 


MLR 1 Syllabus 2018-2019  

Maintenance and Light Repair I

The Maintenance and Light Repair I (MLR I) course prepares students for entry into Maintenance and Light Repair II. Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional service technician. Content emphasizes beginning transportation service skills and workplace success skills. Students study safety, tools, equipment, shop operations, basic engine fundamentals, and basic technician skills.

Program of Study Application

MLR I is the first course in the Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair program of study and serves as a foundation of safety skills and knowledge on becoming a professional service technician. For more information on the benefits and requirements of implementing these programs in full, please see the program of study description documents found on the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics website at https://tn.gov/education/article/cte-cluster-transportation-distribution-logistics.

 


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