Monday, September 25th, 2017

Industrial Arts

East Side Union High School District Graduation Requirement
  
UC/CSU A-G Subject Requirement
  
Intervention and Support Services for Industrial Arts
  

Industrial Arts courses offered at Yerba Buena

Processes of Technology Grade 9 (Intro to Engineering)
Prerequisite: None
This course explores the properties of the various materials (woods, metals, plastics, concrete, etc.) of industry and the processes used to shape, form, join and fabricate these materials into the products of society. Students can learn to operate a variety of machinery and equipment used in fabricating and working materials into useful products. In addition, the courses teaches basic skills that students can use in their other high school classes, such as - computer literacy, Internet and World Wide Web usage, teamwork, personal management and leadership skills, public speaking skills, and organizational skills. The course is divided into two semester units, one taught in the woods technology facility and the other taught in the metals technology facility.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards #2, #11, #16, #18 and #23; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10 and #11; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

Engineering Graphics and Design Grade 10 (Principles of Engineering)
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing in the YB Pre-engineering Magnet program
This course will explore the ways in which engineers and designers begin with ideas to solve a design challenge with drafting tools, and then build models to test their designs. Students will use Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), word processing, and related computer applications for a hands-on experience in creating drawings and documentation for student design projects. Application of problem-solving methods, industry drafting standards, and theory are emphasized in the many exciting projects that students will design, draw, build and test in this course.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards #2, #4, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #14, #15, #16, #18 and #20; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11 and #14; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

Concepts of Electronics Grade 11
Prerequisite: Junior standing in the YB Pre-engineering Magnet program
This course explores theory and practical applications of electronics technology. Students will explore concepts of DC and AC electricity, basic circuit types/functions, use of instrumentation, circuit design and fabrication, and computer system integration. This is a fast paced course, which strives to present several aspects of the electronics field. Students will work in teams to explore and apply concepts presented in class. The course blends theory, lab, experimentation, and design/fabrication activities to provide a varied and interesting learning environment.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards #1, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, and #15; Academic Performance Standard – science #2 and #3; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11, #12, #14 and #16; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

Senior Engineering Project Grade 12
Prerequisite: Senior standing in the YB Pre-engineering Magnet program
This course is designed to be a culmination of the technology sequence for magnet students. The class presents engineering concepts and processes which will allow students to develop a first hand knowledge of engineering – decision making, team processes, responsibility, design, criterion based evaluation, peer review, prototyping, oral critiques, etc. The course incorporates a team of instructors including high school instructors and a college instructor to provide students with a unique opportunity to explore and interact with individuals in their field of interest. The class also provides instruction and assistance with college applications, scholarships, and defining and understanding the varied fields of engineering.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards - drafting #4, #6, #7, #8, #9, #14, and #15; Technical Performance Standards – technology core #11; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11, #12, #14 and #16; Academic Performance Standard – science #2; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

Construction Technology I Grades 10 - 12
Prerequisites: Processes of Technology or Instructor permission
This course is the first class in the Construction Technology sequence and provides an initial introduction to the construction trades with a focus on residential construction. The course includes the general areas of: safety, hand and power tools, framing, plot layout, wiring, plumbing, concrete, exterior finishes, drywall, roofing, painting, and building codes as well as drawing and reading plans. Students will have the opportunity to – learn by doing – and to participate in special activities such as industry sponsored workshops, industry tours, job shadowing and summer internships.

Construction Technology II Grades 11 - 12
Prerequisites: Construction Technology I
The second course in the Construction Technology sequence, Construction Technology II expands on the concepts and skills learned in Construction Technology I. In addition to developing advanced carpentry skills, students will explore the areas of sheet metal, pipefitting, welding, soldering, brazing, electrical wiring and telecommunication systems. Students will have the opportunity to – learn by doing – and to participate in special activities such as industry sponsored workshops, industry tours, job shadowing and summer internships.

Construction Technology III Grades 11-12
Prerequisites: Construction Technology II
The third course in the Construction Technology sequence, Construction Technology III continues to focus on residential construction reviewing the general areas of safety; hand and power tools used in framing, wiring, plumbing, concrete, drywall and finishing. The course will further the students knowledge in the areas of building codes; reading, drawing and interpreting plans, advanced framing, piping systems, electrical power and distribution systems ducting, pipe fitting and welding. Students will have the opportunity to participate in activities such as industry sponsored workshops, industry tours, job showing, summer internships and will complete a culminating senior construction project.

Drafting Technology I Grades 9 -12
Prerequisites: None
This is a beginning level class that requires no previous drawing skills. Students will create simple design drawings using computer aided drafting techniques and practices. Pictorial drawing systems, measurement, drawing reproduction, pattern development, dimensioning, and computer plotting will also be included in this course.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards #2, #4, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #14, #15, #16, #18 and #20; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11 and #14; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

Electronics I Grades 9 - 12
Prerequisites: None
Students will explore basic electrical concepts, build and evaluate circuits, master the language of electronics, use modem test equipment, design and build projects, and repair/troubleshoot computers, audio gear, etc. Material is taught using varied techniques, such as mini-lectures, computer tutorials, hands-on lab experiments, team challenges, and individual projects. Upon completion of this course, students will be well versed in basic electricity and electronics and able to successfully continue further studies at CCOC, Community College, or at Yerba Buena.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards #1, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, and #15; Academic Performance Standard – science #2 and #3; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11, #12, #14 and #16; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

Electronics II/III Grades 9 - 12
Prerequisites: Electronics I
This class is designed for students who want to continue their electronics education. It is an expansion of Electronics I and utilizes similar techniques for learning. Students will study analog and digital circuits. Students will also be able to design and fabricate circuits of their own design.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards #1, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10 and #15; Academic Performance Standard – science #2 and #3; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11, #12, #14 and #16; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

Electronic Tech. Grades 11 - 12
Prerequisites: Instructor permission
This class is designed to teach students computer troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair as well as computer networking and administration. Most students will have taken the STRUT course prior to enrolling in Electronic Tech. The course deals with hardware, software, and networking issues with a focus on system characteristics, system integration, recognizing problems, repair, and upgrading. This class will be taught in a seminar format with ample opportunity for hands-on application of learned material.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards – electronics #19, #25, #26, #27 and #28; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11 and #12; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

STRUT Grades 10 - 12
Prerequisites: None
This class is designed to teach students computer troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair as well as computer networking and administration. The course deals with hardware, software, and networking issues with a focus on system characteristics, system integration, recognizing problems, repair, and upgrading. This class will be taught in a seminar format with ample opportunity for hands-on application of learned material. Students can continue their education and experience in this area by enrolling, with instructor permission, in Electronic Tech and/or Computer Networking and Telecommunications.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards – electronics #19, #25, #26, #27 and #28; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11 and #12; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.

Computer Networking and Telecommunications Grades 11 - 12
Prerequisites: Instructor permission
This class is designed to teach students the fundamentals of computer hardware, system integration, operating systems, and network hardware/software. Students will receive extensive hands-on training in computer troubleshooting and setup/integration. Students will also build and troubleshoot a peer-peer and client-server Novell Netware 4.1 Network. The overall goal of the course is to prepare students with the basic knowledge needed to pursue A+ certification and Certified Novell Administrator certification.

This course meets the following Industrial and Technology Education model curriculum standards as put forth in the 1996 Calif. Dept. of Education ITE Career Path Guide: Career Performance Standards #1, #2, #3, #4, #5 #6 and #7; Technical Performance Standards – electronics #19, #25, #26, #27 and #28; Academic Performance Standard – mathematics #10, #11 and #12; Academic Performance Standards – language arts #20, #21 and #22.