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Fundamentals Syllabus 2018-2019  

 

Course Descriptions

 

Fundamentals of Constructionis a foundational course in the Architecture & Construction cluster covering essential knowledge, skills, and concepts required for careers in construction. Students will be able to employ tools safely and interpret construction drawings to complete projects demonstrating proper measurement and application of mathematical concepts. Standards in this course also include an overview of the construction industry and an introduction to building systems and materials.

 

Residential & Commercial Construction Iis the second course in the Residential & Commercial Construction program of study intended to prepare students for careers in construction by developing an understanding of the different phases of a construction project from start to finish. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skill in the earlier phases of building construction, including site layout, foundation systems, concrete, framing systems, and electrical systems. Students will be able to perform concrete work; frame walls, ceilings, and floors of a structure; and install proper wiring while safely employing tools and interpreting construction drawings to complete projects.

 

 

Residential & Commercial Construction IIis the third course in the Residential & Commercial Construction program of study intended to prepare students for careers in construction by developing an understanding of the different phases of a construction project from start to finish. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skill in the later phases of building construction including roofing systems, exterior finishing, stair framing systems, masonry systems, and plumbing systems. Students will be able to perform masonry work; frame roofs; install shingles on roofs; apply exterior finishes; and install proper piping for plumbing systems while safely employing tools and interpreting construction drawings to complete projects. Emphasis is placed on demonstrating proper measurement and application of mathematical concepts.


Construction I 2018-2019 Syllabus  

Career and Technical Education

Franklin County High School

Electrical I

 

Toby Maze, Teacher

967-2821-School

 

Goal of Course:

Residential & Commercial Construction I is the second course in the Residential & Commercial Construction program of study intended to prepare students for careers in construction by developing an understanding of the different phases of a construction project from start to finish. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skill in the earlier phases of building construction, including site layout, foundation systems, concrete, framing systems, and electrical systems

 

Text: Construction I (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. Students will be entering the shop and this can be very dangerous, so it is very important to follow all safety rules at all times. Respect is key to your learning, not only for yourself, but your class mates 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.

 

Writing Component: We will research and analyze the 9 Aspects of Industry as related to our field. You will be required to develop a hypothesis on these aspects and write a reflection paper summarizing each aspect. (TN Reading 8: TN writing 2,4,8)

 

Grades: Your final grade will be calculated as follows:

 

                Test                                       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 the classroom entrances. Discipline procedures are also listed. All FCHS polices and rules in student handbook apply in this case 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 coved in student handbook and enforced accordingly.

 


MEP syllabus 2018-2019  

Career and Technical Education

Franklin County High School

Electrical Ia

 

Toby Maze, Teacher

967-2821-School

 

Goal of Course: Electrical Systems prepares students for careers as electricians across a variety of residential and commercial environments. Upon completion of this course, proficient students will be able to implement safety procedures and tools to perform operations with device boxes, conduit, raceway systems conductors, and cable. Students will read and interpret the National Electrical Code, drawings, specifications, and diagrams to determine materials and procedures needed to complete a project.

 

Text: Electrical Systems (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. Students will be entering the shop and this can be very dangerous, so it is very important to follow all safety rules at all times. Respect is key to your learning, not only for yourself, but your class mates 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.

 

Writing Component: We will research and analyze the 9 Aspects of Industry as related to our field. You will be required to develop a hypothesis on these aspects and write a reflection paper summarizing each aspect. (TN Reading 8: TN writing 2,4,8)

 

Grades: Your final grade will be calculated as follows:

 

                Test                                        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 the classroom entrances. Discipline procedures are also listed. All FCHS polices and rules in student handbook apply in this case 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 coved in student handbook and enforced accordingly.MEP 


  

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