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Arabia Mountain High School's Engineers Rock!


My name is Mrs. Bridges - Mathieu.  I  am an Engineering and Technology Pathway teacher at Arabia Mountain High School of Engineering, Energy, and Environment . In the next paragraph, I have summarized some highlights of our program.
 
The Engineering and Technology Pathway, in Dekalb County, Georgia, is an instructional program that provides young men and women (Grades 9-12) with daily, hands-on exploratory experiences and insights into technology and career opportunities so that they can make meaningful occupational and educational choices. Engineering and Technology Education capitalizes on the individual's potential for reasoning and problem solving, for imagining and creating, and for constructing and expressing through the use of tools and materials related to technology. It develops content and experiences to contribute to the growth and development of students commensurate with their potential. The Engineering and Technology Education Pathway is a basic and fundamental study for all persons in regard to career explorations and educational opportunities. Opportunities to develop and apply leadership, social, civic and technologically related skills are provided through the Technology Student Association (TSA). All Technology Education courses are taught with each of the 7 areas of Technology systems in mind (Agriculture and Bio-Technology, Energy and Power ,Information and Communications, Construction, Medical, Manufacturing and Transportation) being designed to provide a means through which other courses such as mathematics, science, language arts and social studies can be applied in a practical manner within a technology-based situation. Teaching across the curriculum is vital to the success of an Engineering and Technology Education program.
 
 
  
Announcements

5 x 5 graph ruled composition notebooks (100 sheets) Walmart (near Stone Crest on mall parkway has these for 2.49. You may also find them on Amazon or Ebay, but they are more expensive there. All students will need the supplies by no later than Friday 8/12/16.) If your child turns in major supplies late, points will be deducted from his/her grade.
Jump drive
Pens
Pencils
Markers
Colored Pencils
Scissors
Glue Sticks
Tape
 

Scholarship Programs

Scholarships for middle school and high school students are generally independently funded, and are designed to reward scholastic ability and /or extracurricular activities. These programs typically take the form of contests, and students are awarded a scholarship according to their performance. These scholarship programs are designed to do more than just provide students with money for college. Their underlying purpose is to instill a love for learning, and to encourage more students to pursue a college education.

The following programs are typical of the scholarship opportunities available to middle school and high school students.

  • The Christopher Columbus Awards is a national science, technology, and mathematics program for middle school students. Participants work in teams to identify a problem in their community and, using the scientific method, devise and implement a workable solution. Each member of the winning team receives a $2000 savings bond which can be put toward their college fund. Winners will also receive a grant of $200 to further refine and develop their idea.
  • The Doodle for Google Competition is open to children in grades K – 12. The competition asks children to design a Google Logo based on a predetermined topic. Awards are given in four grade divisions: K – 3, 4 – 6, 7 – 9, and 10 – 12. The four national finalists in each grade group will receive a $5000 scholarship to be used at the college or university of their choice. One national winner will receive a $30,000 scholarship.
  • The Gloria Barron Prize for Young Heroes is open to students aged 8 to 18. Each year the Barron Prize is awarded to 25 students who have made a positive difference to the people in their community and the health of the planet. Award criteria focuses on environmental issues as they relate to people and their communities. Winners receive a $2500 scholarship to be used at the college or university of their choice.
  • Kohl’s Kids Who Care Scholarship Program is open to students aged 6 to 18 who are involved in community service. Awards are given in two age groups, 6 – 12 and 13 – 18. To be eligible for an award, students must be nominated by an adult aged 21 or older. Ten national winners are chosen each year, each receiving a $5000 scholarship. 194 regional winners each year will receive a $1000 scholarship.
  • The National Geographic Geography Bee is an international contest designed to promote the teaching of geography in grade schools around the world. Like a spelling bee, students are quizzed on their knowledge of world geography in a contest setting. The contest is open to 8th graders at participating schools. Grand prize is a $10,000 scholarship.
  • Letters About Literature is a national reading comprehension and essay writing competition sponsored by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress. The contest is open to students in grades 4 – 12. Contestants must submit an essay, in the form of a letter to a famous author, discussing how the author’s work has changed or impacted the student’s life. Awards are given in three divisions, grades 4 – 6, 7 – 8, and 9 – 12.
  • MATHCOUNTS is a national competition for middle school students in grades 6 – 8. The contest takes the form of a spelling be, with contestants answering increasingly difficult mathematics questions in a competition setting. The national champion will receive an $8000 scholarship to be used at the college of university of their choice. The second place winner receives a $6000 scholarship, and third and fourth place winners will receive a $4000 scholarship each.

These are only a few of the many scholarship competitions designed to benefit younger students who have their sights set on a college education. Students, and their parents, who wish to find scholarship opportunities in their age group should speak to their middle school and high school counselors for information on programs and competitions for which they may be eligible. It is never to early to begin planning for college, and scholarships for middle school and high school students offer the opportunity to begin building an education fund well in advance of graduation.

 
 
Focus on Managing Your Time so that Your Time Won't Manage You
 
 

Excuses are tools of the incompetent
which create monuments
of nothingness.
Those who specialize in them
are seldom good in anything…. –

-Author Unknown-

 
Assignments

Date(s) and Standards

Concepts of Engineering

Periods (2, 5, and 7 (magnet)


Foundations of Engineering

Periods 1 and 4

8/7/17


Standard 1.: Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.

1.1 Communicate
effectively through writing, speaking, listening, reading, and interpersonal
abilities.



Essential Questions: How does personality affect interpersonal communication?



What makes AMHS so unique?



Opening: Introductions: On the index cards provided, write down the following information.

  1. Your full name

  2. What school you attended last year.

  3. Your grade

  4. What do you love to do most?

  5. What do you hate the most?

  6. What do you want to achieve in the next 3 months?

  7. What do you want to avoid in the next 3 months?

Mini Lesson: Code of Conduct Training


CW: Popcorn reading the code of conduct.

HW:


  • Bring your graph ruled composition notebooks on Friday 8/11/17


  • HW: Get Internet Use form, Media Release Form, Class Dojo, and Blended Learning Class Form signed

Opening: Introductions: On the index cards provided, write down the following information.

  1. Your full name

  2. What school you attended last year.

  3. Your grade

  4. What do you love to do most?

  5. What do you hate the most?

  6. What do you want to achieve in the next 3 months?

  7. What do you want to avoid in the next 3 months?


Mini Lesson:Code of Conduct Training


CW: Popcorn reading the code of conduct.


HW:

  • Bring your graph ruled composition notebooks on Friday 8/11/1


  • Get Internet Use form, Media Release Form,Class Dojo, and Blended Learning Class Form signed

8/8/17


Standard 1.: Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.

1.1 Communicate
effectively through writing, speaking, listening, reading, and interpersonal
Abilities.


Essential Questions: What are the course expectations?


What makes AMHS so unique?



Opening: Human Bingo


Mini Lesson: Classroom Rituals and Routines


Get Syllabus and Academic Acknowledgement form signed Concepts of Engineering and Technology


Bring your graph ruled composition notebooks on Friday

Opening: Human Bingo

Mini Lesson: Classroom Rituals and Routines


Get Syllabus and Academic Acknowledgement Signed - Foundations of Engineering



Bring your graph ruled composition notebooks on Friday

8/9/17


What are the course expectations?

Standard 1.: Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.


Classroom Tools Microsoft 365 and Folders

Classroom Tools Microsoft 365 and Folders

8/10/17


What are some ways that we demonstrate employability skills in this class?

Classroom Tools Microsoft 365 and Folders


Digital Literacy Lessons see http://www.netsmartz.org/Training/DigitalCitizenship


8/11/17


What are some things that you must have in order to be successful in this class and at this school? Why?

Opening: Pop Quiz over rituals and routines


Mini Lesson: Multiple Intelligence/ True Colors and Sudoku


Work Period:

Student Website Creation and Training


How to create a weebly website (all students websites will be titled "your name," your last initial,and your class period.weebly.com (stop at the 3:30 second mark).


Closing

b. How to upload images and publish your website for Mrs. Mathieu to see it: Watch the video by clicking this link.


Opening: Pop Quiz over rituals and routines


Mini Lesson: Multiple Intelligence/ True Colors and Sudoku



Work Period:

Student Website Creation and Training


How to create a weebly website (all students websites will be titled "your name," your last initial,and your class period.weebly.com (stop at the 3:30 second mark).


Closing

b. How to upload images and publish your website for Mrs. Mathieu to see it: Watch the video by clicking this lin

8/14/17

Essential Question: Why is it important to document engineering design processes using an engineering design notebook?


Mini Lesson: Intro to TSA


Work Period: TSA scavenger hunt (old students)/ website creation (new students)


Closing: Check answers


Homework: New Students finish TSA Scavenger Hunt at home. Bring supplies and Work on Engineering Notebook.



Why is it important to document engineering design processes using an engineering design notebook?



Mini Lesson: Intro to TSA


Work Period: multipe intelligence and learning style website creation (new students)


Closing: Check answers


Homework: New Students finish TSA Scavenger Hunt at home. Bring supplies and Work on Engineering Notebook.

8/15/17

Essential Question: How do you access Itslearning


Mini Lesson: Itslearning access/

Former students will do the TSA membership recruitment challenge 5th period lead by Meklit

Work Period: TSA scavenger hunt (old students)/ finish website creation (new students)


Closing: Check answers


Homework: New Students finish TSA Scavenger Hunt at home. Bring supplies and Work on Engineering Notebook.

Essential Question: How do you access Itslearning


Mini Lesson: Itslearning access


Work Period: TSA scavenger hunt (old students)/ finish website creation (new students)


Closing: Check answers


Homework: New Students finish TSA Scavenger Hunt at home. Bring supplies and Work on Engineering Notebook.

8/16/17

Opening: Log on to Verge and read the tasks and assignments that you must complete (dekalb.itslearning.com)


Mini Lesson:

Statesman’s Pre-test instructions (If you can’t log in on Verge click on the hyper link and complete the password is TSA2017


Work Period: Go to tasks: complete the Statesman’s Pre-test . If you can’t log on to ItsLearning click on this link


Homework: TSA scavenger hunt for homework.



Opening: Log on to Verge and read the tasks and assignments that you must complete (dekalb.itslearning.com)


Mini Lesson:

Statesman’s Pre-test instructions (If you can’t log in on Verge click on the hyper link and complete the password is TSA2017


Work Period: Go to tasks: complete the Statesman’s Pre-test . If you can’t log on to ItsLearning click on this link


Homework: TSA scavenger hunt for homework.

8/17/17


Work Period: I have a sub today, so you don’t have a warm up, but you do have an assignment. If you have a Verge/dekalb.itslearning.com login, go in and complete the TSA scavenger hunt and follow the directions. If you can’t log in to “Verge,” please click on this link


Homework: Bring supplies and Work on Engineering Notebook.

Work Period: I have a sub today, so you don’t have a warm up, but you do have an assignment. If you have a Verge/dekalb.itslearning.com login, go in and complete the TSA scavenger hunt and follow the directions. If you can’t log in to “Verge,” please click on this link


Homework: Bring supplies and Work on Engineering Notebook.

8/18/17


STEM-EC-1- Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.


Opening: Complete the “What is your STEM Type Quiz” New Students click here Old Students Click Here

Take the quiz, and snip a screenshot of your results save it, and upload it to your website under about. :


Mini Lesson:

How your mind affects your STEM group


Work Period: Take the True Color Quiz by clicking here. Snip a screenshot and upload to the about section of your website (old students) New students work on your website. Mrs. Mathieu will check your notebooks.


If 5th period students finish early, they will help Meklit with the TSA projects for Tech Day.


Homework: Learning Style Assessment . Click here. Snip a screen shot and paste it to the about section of your website. Also write a paragraph about you, and put it on the about section of your website.


Opening: Complete the “What is your STEM Type Quiz” New Students click here Old Students Click Here

Take the quiz, and snip a screenshot of your results save it, and upload it to your website under about. :


Mini Lesson:

How your mind affects your STEM group


Work Period: Take the True Color Quiz by clicking here. Snip a screenshot and upload to the about section of your website (old students) New students work on your website. Mrs. Mathieu will check your notebooks.


If 5th period students finish early, they will help Meklit with the TSA projects for Tech Day.


Homework: Learning Style Assessment . Click here. Snip a screen shot and paste it to the about section of your website. Also write a paragraph about you, and put it on the about section of your website.

8/21/17

STEM-EC-1- Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.

Essential Question: What is the TSA motto and creed?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:


Mini Lesson:

TSA Motto and Creed


Work Period: Work on Websites New Students/TSA Poster


Old Students, TSA script and peer to peer interviews.


Homework: Study for your test.


Essential Question: What is the TSA motto and creed?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here for the warm up.



Mini Lesson:

TSA Motto and Creed


Work Period: Work on Websites New Students/TSA Poster


Old Students, TSA script and peer to peer interviews.


Homework: Study for your test.


8/22/17


10.1 Explain the goals, mission and objectives of CTSO organizations. 10.2 Explore the impact and opportunities a student organization (TSA) can develop to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. 10.3 Explore the local, state, and national opportunities available to students through participation in related student organization (TSA) including but not limited to conferences, competitions, community service, philanthropy, and other (TSA) activities. 10.4 Explain how participation in career and technology education student organizations can promote lifelong responsibility for community service and professional development.

Essential Question: What is the TSA competition dress code?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

Professionalism as it relates to TSA (Robert’s Rules of Order)


Work Period: Work on Websites New Students/Robert’s Rules of Order Worksheet Old Students


Old Students, TSA script and peer to peer interviews.


Homework: Study for your test.

Essential Question: What is the TSA competition dress code?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

Professionalism as it relates to TSA (Robert’s Rules of Order)


Work Period: Work on Websites New Students/Robert’s Rules of Order Worksheet Old Students


Old Students, TSA script and peer to peer interviews.


Homework: Study for your test.

8/23/17


10.1 Explain the goals, mission and objectives of CTSO organizations. 10.2 Explore the impact and opportunities a student organization (TSA) can develop to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. 10.3 Explore the local, state, and national opportunities available to students through participation in related student organization (TSA) including but not limited to conferences, competitions, community service, philanthropy, and other (TSA) activities. 10.4 Explain how participation in career and technology education student organizations can promote lifelong responsibility for community service and professional development.

Essential Question: Why are parliamentary procedures important?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

Professionalism as it relates to TSA (Robert’s Rules of Order)


Work Period: Work on Websites New Students/Parliamentary Procedures Quick Questions worksheet (Mrs. Mathieu will hand this out) Old Students Only


Old Students, TSA script and peer to peer interviews.


Homework: Study for your test. Get your Safety Contract Signed.

Essential Question: Why are parliamentary procedures important?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

Professionalism as it relates to TSA (Robert’s Rules of Order)


Work Period: Work on Websites New Students/Parliamentary Procedures Quick Questions worksheet (Mrs. Mathieu will hand this out) Old Students Only


Old Students, TSA script and peer to peer interviews.


Homework: Study for your test. Get your Safety Contract Signed.

8/24/17


10.1 Explain the goals, mission and objectives of CTSO organizations


10.4 Explain how participation in career and technology education student organizations can promote lifelong responsibility for community service and professional development.

Essential Question: Why do you need to know the history of TSA?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

History of TSA


Work Period: Click here to do the History of TSA activity electronically.


Homework: Study for your test. Get your Safety Contract Signed.

Essential Question: Why do you need to know the history of TSA?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

History of TSA


Work Period: Click here to do the History of TSA activity electronically.


Homework: Study for your test. Get your Safety Contract Signed.

8/25/17


10.4 Explain how participation in career and technology education student organizations can promote lifelong responsibility for community service and professional development.

Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

History of TSA Continued


Work Period: Click here to copy the History of TSA study information.


Homework: Study for your test. Get your Safety Contract Signed.

Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

History of TSA Continued


Work Period: Click here to copy the History of TSA study information.


Homework: Study for your test. Get your Safety Contract Signed.

8/28/17


10.4 Explain how participation in career and technology education student organizations can promote lifelong responsibility for community service and professional development.

Essential Question: What are some TSA competitions?


Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

TSA Competitions


Work Period: Comprehension Quiz over the competitive events for TSA and Notebook Checks

Homework: Study for your test.

Opening: Write the questions and answers for the following in your notebook. Click here:


:

Mini Lesson:

TSA Competitions


Work Period: Comprehension Quiz over the competitive events for TSA and Notebook Checks


Homework: Study for your test. .

8/29/17


10.4 Explain how participation in career and technology education student organizations can promote lifelong responsibility for community service and professional development.

Opening: TSA Study Guide #7 Click here for your warm up


Mini Lesson: Quizlet for studying


Work Period: Quizlet Live


Closing: Recap and Review/ Check missing work


Homework: Study for your test tomorrow.


Opening: TSA Study Guide #7 Click here for your warm up


Mini Lesson: Quizlet for studying


Work Period: Quizlet Live


Closing: Recap and Review/ Check missing work


Homework: Study for your test tomorrow.

8/30/17

10.4 Explain how participation in career and technology education student organizations can promote lifelong responsibility for community service and professional development.

Opening: Prepare for your test


Mini Lesson: Test instructions


Work Period: TSA Statesman’s test


Closing: Recap and Review/ Check missing work


Homework: Study

Opening: Prepare for your test


Mini Lesson:Test instructions


Work Period:TSA Statesman’s test


Closing: Recap and Review/ Check missing work


Homework: Study

8/31/17 Standard 1.: Demonstrate employability skills required by business and industry.

1.1 Communicate
effectively through writing, speaking, listening, reading, and interpersonal
abilities.


Opening: Explain the assignment


Mini Lesson: Test instructions


Work Period: Engineering Careers A-Z Research Assignment (you will get this from Mr. Spencer - my substitute)


Closing: Turn in your work to Mr. Spencer


Homework: Study

Opening: Explain the assignment


Mini Lesson: Test instructions


Work Period: Engineering Careers A-Z Research Assignment (you will get this from Mr. Spencer - my substitute)


Closing: Turn in your work to Mr. Spencer


Homework: Study

9/1/17

Opening: Explain the assignment


Mini Lesson: Pre-test instructions


Work Period:SW go to the learning management system “Verge” dekalb.itslearning.com in order to work on their safety poster using this document as their guide along with a digitally created poster in Google Docs or Office 365.


Closing: Turn in your work


Homework: Complete the Pre-test for safety in dekalb.itslearning.com via Quizlet and snip a screen shot.

Opening: Explain the assignment


Mini Lesson: Pre-test instructions


Work Period: Finish Engineering Careers A-Z Research Assignment (you will get this from my substitute)


Closing: Turn in your work


Homework: Complete the Pre-test for safety in dekalb.itslearning.com via Quizlet and snip a screen shot.

9/5/17 and 9/6/17


STEM-FET-4 Demonstrate and follow safety, health, and environmental standards related to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) workplaces. 4.1 Implement workplace and product safety standards such as OSHA, EPA, ISO, GMP, and UL. (STEM-ST3). 4.2 Accurately interpret safety signs, symbols, and labels (Hazardous Communications). 4.3 Demonstrate and incorporate safe laboratory procedures in lab, shop, and field environments. 4.4 Explain how the incorporation or lack of safety practices impact the economy and costs of safety in business and industry. 4.5 Identify, select, and use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), follow work area organization procedures and follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) when performing work. Support of CTAE Foundation Course Standards and Georgia Standards of Excellence ELACC9-10SL1: Initiate and participate effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grades 9–10 topics, texts, and issues, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. ELACC9-10SL2: Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source. ELACC9-10SL4: Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically such that listeners can follow the line of reasoning and the organization, development, substance, and style are

Opening: Bell Ringer: Students will copy safety vocabulary and definitions 1-12


Mini Lesson: Safety Assignment Instructions


Work Period: SW go to the learning management system “Verge” dekalb.itslearning.com in order to work on their safety poster using this document as their guide along with a digitally created poster in Google Docs or Office 365.


Closing: SW upload their completed work on their websites (under the safety tab) in order to get a website grade.


Homework: study for your safety test next Monday 9/11/17

Opening: Bell Ringer: Students will copy safety vocabulary and definitions 1-12


Mini Lesson: Safety Assignment Instructions


Work Period: SW go to the learning management system “Verge” dekalb.itslearning.com in order to work on their safety poster using this document as their guide along with a digitally created poster in Google Docs or Office 365.


Closing: SW upload their completed work on their websites (under the safety tab) in order to get a website grade.


Homework: study for your safety test next Monday 9/11/17

9/7/17-9/8/17


STEM-FET-4 Demonstrate and follow safety, health, and environmental standards related to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) workplaces. 4.1 Implement workplace and product safety standards such as OSHA, EPA, ISO, GMP, and UL. (STEM-ST3). 4.2 Accurately interpret safety signs, symbols, and labels (Hazardous Communications). 4.3 Demonstrate and incorporate safe laboratory procedures in lab, shop, and field environments. 4.4 Explain how the incorporation or lack of safety practices impact the economy and costs of safety in business and industry. 4.5 Identify, select, and use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), follow work area organization procedures and follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) when performing work. Support of CTAE Foundation Course Standards and Georgia Standards of Excellence ELACC9-10SL1: Initiate and participate effectively in a range of collaborative discussions (one on-one, in groups, and teacher-led) with diverse partners on grades 9–10 topics, texts, and issues, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. ELACC9-10SL2: Integrate multiple sources of information presented in diverse media or formats (e.g., visually, quantitatively, orally) evaluating the credibility and accuracy of each source. ELACC9-10SL4: Present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically such that listeners can follow the line of reasoning and the organization, development, substance, and style are

Opening: Bell Ringer: Students will copy safety vocabulary and definitions 13-25


Mini Lesson: Safety Assignment Instructions


Work Period: SW go to the learning management system “Verge” dekalb.itslearning.com in order to work on their safety poster using this document as their guide along with a digitally created poster in Google Docs or Office 365.


(2nd period does the information above)


1st, 4th, 5th and 7th periods will tour the lab and take their pictures. They will also begin their machine certifications.


Closing: SW upload their completed work on their websites (under the safety tab) in order to get a website grade.


Homework: study for your safety test next Monday 9/11/17

Opening: Bell Ringer: Students will copy safety vocabulary and definitions 13-25


Mini Lesson: Safety Assignment Instructions


Work Period: SW go to the learning management system “Verge” dekalb.itslearning.com in order to work on their safety poster using this document as their guide along with a digitally created poster in Google Docs or Office 365.


(2nd period does the information above)


1st, 4th, 5th and 7th periods will tour the lab and take their pictures. They will also begin their machine certifications.


Closing: SW upload their completed work on their websites (under the safety tab) in order to get a website grade.


Homework: study for your safety test next Monday 9/11/17

9/15/17

STEM-FET-4 Demonstrate and follow safety, health, and environmental standards related to the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) workplaces. 4.1 Implement workplace and product safety standards such as OSHA, EPA, ISO, GMP, and UL. (STEM-ST3). 4.2 Accurately interpret safety signs, symbols, and labels (Hazardous Communications).

Opening: Complete the Soft Skills Evaluation by clicking this link. Make sure that you are logged in with your computer log in.


Mini Lesson: Safety Assignment Instructions


Work Period: safety test in Its Learning You have unlimited times to take this. You must get 100% (Log into dekalb.itslearning.com, and click on your class under courses, then click on the resources tab, then click on the safety folder, and click on the test in your safety poster.


Closing: Submit your tests for electronic grading



Homework: Study

Opening: Complete the Soft Skills Evaluation by clicking this link. Make sure that you are logged in with your computer log in.


Mini Lesson: Safety Assignment Instructions


Work Period: safety test in Its Learning You have unlimited times to take this. You must get 100% (Log into dekalb.itslearning.com, and click on your class under courses, then click on the resources tab, then click on the safety folder, and click on the test in your safety poster.


Closing: Submit your tests for electronic grading



Homework: Study

9/18/17



4.3 Demonstrate and incorporate safe laboratory procedures in lab, shop, and field environments. 4.4 Explain how the incorporation or lack of safety practices impact the economy and costs of safety in business and industry. 4.5 Identify, select, and use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), follow work area organization procedures and follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) when performing work. Support of CTAE Foundation Course Standards and Georgia Standards of Excellence

Essential Question: Why do you need to manage your time so that you can be efficient with multiple tools and stay safe?

Opening: Copy the Time Management Quadrant at the top of this page in your notebook. Watch the Big Rocks little Rocks Video


Mini Lesson: Bandsaw video


Work Period: Bandsaw Listening and View Quiz


Closing: Submit your tests for electronic grading



Homework: Study

Essential Question: Why do you need to manage your time so that you can be efficient with multiple tools and stay safe?

Opening: Copy the Time Management Quadrant at the top of this page in your notebook. Watch the Big Rocks little Rocks Video


Mini Lesson: Bandsaw video


Work Period: Bandsaw Listening and View Quiz


Closing: Submit your tests for electronic grading



Homework: Study

9/19/17 and 9/20/17


STEM-EC-3- Describe the characteristics of engineering disciplines and engineered products.




STEM FET-5 - Identify, select, and use appropriate tools and machines for specific tasks.

Essential Question: Why is the knowledge of hand tools so important?

Opening: Hand tools pre-test


Mini Lesson: Hand Tools


Work Period: Copy the Hand tools vocabulary words in your notebook be sure to write your entry in your table of contents and on your page in your notebook. 5th period and Magnet complete the drill press activity here and complete the worksheet that was handed out in class (1, 2, and 4th will have it for homework on Thursday)


Closing: 5th Period Pop Quiz Click Here

Notebook checks


Homework: Study

Essential Question: Why is the knowledge of hand tools so important?

Opening: Hand tools pre-test


Mini Lesson: Hand Tools


Work Period: Copy the Hand tools vocabulary words in your notebook be sure to write your entry in your table of contents and on your page in your notebook. 5th period and Magnet complete the drill press activity here and complete the worksheet that was handed out in class (1, 2, and 4th will have it for homework on Thursday)


Closing: 5th Period Pop Quiz Click Here Notebook checks


Homework: Study

9/21/17 and 9/22/17


STEM-EC-3- Describe the characteristics of engineering disciplines and engineered products.




STEM FET-5 - Identify, select, and use appropriate tools and machines for specific tasks.

Essential Question: What is a bench drill, and how is it used?

Opening: The Bench Drill Drawing, Labeling, and Safety Tips


Mini Lesson: Cautions in the Tech Lab


Work Period: Visit the Tech Lab. Complete the drill press activity here (1st, 2nd and 4th periods)


Closing: Take Pictures of process in the lab


Homework: Study for your test on Wednesday.

Essential Question: What is a bench drill, and how is it used?

Opening: The Bench Drill Drawing, Labeling, and Safety Tips


Mini Lesson: Cautions in the Tech Lab


Work Period: Visit the Tech Lab. Complete the drill press activity here (1st, 2nd and 4th periods)


Closing: Take Pictures of process in the lab


Homework: Study for your test on Wednesday.





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