ROSE TREE MEDIA SCHOOL DISTRICT
COURSE CURRICULUM
COURSE TITLE: Introduction to Manufacturing Technology
GRADE LEVEL: Grade 9-12
CREATION DATE: February, 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: A. Methods of Graphic Communication in
Manufacturing
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Aligned Materials/
Benchmark/Skills
Assessment
Resources/Technology
A. Methods of Graphic
Communication in
Manufacturing
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Recognize the use of
symbols, measurements
and drawings as a means
of promoting clear
communication by
providing a common
language for expressing
ideas.
Demonstrate and apply
appropriate technical
sketching skills for creating
simple orthographic and
pictorial diagrams.
Identify the basic symbols,
measuring methods and
line types used in creating
technical drawings.
Create technical drawings
through the use of
Computer Aided Drawing
software employing
appropriate methods.
Communicate ideas
effectively through the use
of electronic media.
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 30
Instructional Strategies
A. Methods of Graphic
Communication in
Manufacturing
A. Methods of Graphic Communication in
Manufacturing
A. Methods of Graphic Communication in
Manufacturing
May include, but are not limited
to:
The materials, resources and technology
requirements listed below are not entirely
comprehensive due to the potentially long
list of items required to stock a
manufacturing technology laboratory.
Flexibility in supplying this type of facility
needs to be maintained in order to tailor
the program to each year’s student
population and to allow for variety in the
activities and projects created within the
course.
The core themes (A, B, C, D, and E above)
will be covered; elective themes (F & G
above) are to be selected by the instructor on
an annual basis as the course evolves. The
instructor may choose to use parts, rather
than the whole, of all optional themes above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Technical sketches
Computer generated
drawings / software
use
CNC programs /
software use
Supplemental
worksheets
Exams and quizzes
aimed at evaluating
concepts and
vocabulary
Note taking strategies
Class work /
participation /
classroom discussion
PC computers (18 units Pentium III or
better processor) to include:
AccuCADD, drawing software
(version 100.0H or most
recent upgrade)
TECAD, drawing software tutorial
Lab Volt’s Mill Level 4 & Lathe
Level 4 machining software
(or latest version)
Virtual Gibbs Machining Software
Microsoft Word word processing
software
Internet access
Laser printer (toner &
8 ½” x 11”copier/ printer paper)
A-B plotter (ink cartridges, 8 ½” x 11”
copier/printer paper, 8 ½” x 17”
copier/printer paper & 11” x 17” non-gloss
plotter paper)
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
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All numbers reflect approximate class
periods dedicated to each theme, for a total
of 180 class periods. Time is approximated
due to the nature of the course; the activities
selected by the instructor must be tailored to
each year’s student population, and may vary
in duration and intensity, and therefore
cannot be pinpointed precisely.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Teacher directed instruction
Self directed software tutorials
Hands on learning activities and
investigations including the
construction & manufacturing of
various products and the
manipulation of tools and machines
Group & cooperative learning
activities
Class discussions
Diagrams & illustrations
Simulations and software emulations
Guest lecturers
Field trips
Use of Internet sites in student
research
February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: A. Methods of Graphic Communication in
Manufacturing
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Aligned Materials/
Benchmark/Skills
Assessment
Resources/Technology
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 30
Instructional Strategies
Drafting tools to include:
Architects scales/rulers
Straight edges
Compasses
¼” quadrille graph paper (8 ½” x 11”)
Videos available through RTMSD and
DCIU
Teacher generated materials, activities,
and projects
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February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: A. Methods of Graphic Communication in
Manufacturing
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 30
Multicultural/
Interdisciplinary
Connection
Adaptations/Inclusion
Techniques
Enrichment Strategies
A. Methods of Graphic Communication
in Manufacturing
A. Methods of Graphic Communication
in Manufacturing
A. Methods of Graphic Communication
in Manufacturing
General adaptations for all themes
may include but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
Those activities/adaptations listed in
the student’s IEP
Extensions (time and material) to
assignments
Enrichment activities and assignments
that accompany texts and other
resources
Written self-evaluation and assessment
Independent study assignments such
as supplementary articles, projects, or
research
Student-Teacher Conferences
Those adaptations listed in the
students’ IEP
Extended test time
Remediation Strategies
A. Methods of Graphic
Communication in
Manufacturing
Discuss the correlation between
mathematics and the CAD & CAM
systems used in manufacturing
Frequent progress checks/reports
Modified tests/assignments
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and
assessment
Visual & auditory aids
Additional original and creative
projects agreed upon by both instructor
and student
Those adaptations listed in the students’
IEP
Extended test time
Modified tests/ assignments
Aide in the classroom
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and assessment
Additional after school help
Basic computer instructions
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February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: B. Engineering & Product Design
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 20
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Aligned Materials/
Benchmark/Skills
Assessment
Instructional Strategies
Resources/Technology
B. Engineering & Product Design
1.
Demonstrate and apply design and
problem solving processes.
a. Design and implement a
solution that satisfies
criteria for a given problem.
b. Recognize the relationship
between form and function
in industrial products.
c. Create effective product
plans employing CAD software.
d. Create models or prototypes
to test product design.
2. Describe the properties of
common industrial materials.
a. Compare and contrast the
properties of those materials.
b. Assess appropriate selection of
tools and methods for
separating, forming, fastening &
finishing industrial materials.
3. Create prototypes/ products/
projects through the use of
Computer Aided Machining
software and machines.
a. Describe the purposes and
principles of 2 & 3 axis CNC
software and equipment.
b. Demonstrate and apply
appropriate methods for
transferring data from
technical drawings created in
CAD software to CAM
software.
c. Demonstrate the appropriate
use of 2 & 3 axis CNC
equipment.
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
B. Engineering & Product Design
B. Engineering & Product Design
B. Engineering & Product Design
May include, but are not limited
to:
See A.
The core themes (A, B, C, D, and E
above) will be covered; elective themes
(F & G above) are to be selected by the
instructor on an annual basis as the
course evolves. The instructor may
choose to use parts, rather than the
whole, of all optional themes above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Technical sketches
Computer generated
drawings/software use
CNC programs/software
use
CNC models & projects/
software & equipment
use
Supplemental worksheets
Exams and quizzes
aimed at evaluating
concepts and vocabulary
Note taking strategies
Class work/ participation/
classroom discussion
Cardstock/poster board/ foam core
board
CNC Lathe (Lab Volt 5500 or
compatible equivalent) & related
accessories
CNC Milling Machine (Lab Volt 5600
or compatible equivalent) & related
accessories
CNC Router and related accessories
¾” x 3” machinist wax turning blanks
¾” x 10’ aluminum rod
Key fob & pen/pencil making kits
(Penn State Industries)
All numbers reflect approximate class
periods dedicated to each theme, for a
total of 180 class periods. Time is
approximated due to the nature of the
course; the activities selected by the
instructor must be tailored to each
year’s student population, and may vary
in duration and intensity, and therefore
cannot be pinpointed precisely.
1/16” sign making plastic laminate
1.
2.
3.
Key rings
1/8”, ¼”, ½” clear acrylic plastic
(Plexiglas)
Cabinet grade hardwoods/softwoods
Standard manufacturing technology
lab equipment and facilities
4.
Videos available through RTMSD
and DCIU
5.
6.
7.
Teacher generated materials,
activities, and projects
Possible guest lecture from a
product design specialist
8.
9.
10.
Possible visit to DCCC CIMM lab
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Teacher directed instruction
Self directed software tutorials
Hands on learning activities and
investigations including the
construction & manufacturing of
various products and the
manipulation of tools and
machines
Group & cooperative learning
activities
Class discussions
Diagrams & illustrations
Simulations and software
emulations
Guest lecturers
Field trips
Use of Internet sites in student
research
February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: B. Engineering & Product Design
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Adaptations/Inclusion Techniques
Enrichment Strategies
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 20
Multicultural/
Interdisciplinary
Connection
Remediation Strategies
B. Engineering & Product Design
B. Engineering & Product Design
B. Engineering & Product Design
General adaptations for all themes
may include but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
Those activities/adaptations listed in
the student’s IEP
Extensions (time and material) to
assignments
Enrichment activities and
assignments that accompany texts
and other
resources
Written self-evaluation and
assessment
Independent study assignments
such as supplementary articles,
projects, or research
Student-Teacher Conferences
Those adaptations listed in the students’ IEP
Extended test time
Modified tests/assignments
B. Engineering & Product Design
Frequent progress checks/reports
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and assessment
Visual & auditory aids
Aide in the classroom
Additional original and creative
projects agreed upon by both
instructor and student
Those adaptations listed in the
students’ IEP
Extended test time
Modified tests/ assignments
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and
assessment
Additional after school help
Basic computer instructions
Additional after school help
Basic computer instructions
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February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 30
PA Standards: 3.1.10 D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Aligned Materials/
Benchmark/Skills
Assessment
Instructional Strategies
Resources/Technology
C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
1.
Describe, demonstrate
and apply generally
accepted safety
procedures for
working in an industrial
environment.
2. Describe, demonstrate
and apply generally
accepted safety
procedures for
specific hand tools,
power tools and
stationary power
equipment associated
with a materials/
manufacturing
laboratory.
3. Identify tools/machines
employed in the
separation, forming,
fastening of industrial
materials.
a. Select and safely use
appropriate tool/
machine to perform
desired process.
b. Recognize the
relationship between
material properties,
tool cutting speeds
and feed rates in the
separation of
industrial materials.
C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
May include, but are not limited
to:
Standard manufacturing technology
lab equipment and facilities
The core themes (A, B, C, D, and E above) will
be covered; elective themes (F & G above) are to
be selected by the instructor on an annual basis
as the course evolves. The instructor may
choose to use parts, rather than the whole, of all
optional themes above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Supplemental worksheets
Note taking strategies
Exams and quizzes
aimed at evaluating
concepts and vocabulary
Class work/ participation/
classroom discussion
Observation of safe
lab practices by students
Observation of proper
tool & machine selection
& use
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
Safety glasses, face shields, welding
masks
Ear plugs and cup-style hearing
protection
Various style work gloves
Dust masks & respirators
MSDS materials
Videos available through RTMSD and
DCIU
Teacher generated materials,
activities, and projects
All numbers reflect approximate class periods
dedicated to each theme, for a total of 180 class
periods. Time is approximated due to the nature
of the course; the activities selected by the
instructor must be tailored to each year’s student
population, and may vary in duration and
intensity, and therefore cannot be pinpointed
precisely.
1.
2.
3.
Possible guest lecture from a
safety inspector
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Teacher directed instruction
Self directed software tutorials
Hands on learning activities and
investigations including the
construction & manufacturing of
various products and the
manipulation of tools and machines
Group & cooperative learning
activities
Class discussions
Diagrams & illustrations
Simulations and software emulations
Guest lecturers
Field trips
Use of Internet sites in student
research
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February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
PA Standards: 3.1.10 D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Adaptations/Inclusion
Techniques
Enrichment Strategies
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 30
Multicultural/
Interdisciplinary
Connection
Remediation Strategies
C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
C. Machine, Tool Use & Safety
General adaptations for all themes
may include but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
Those activities/adaptations listed in
the student’s IEP
Extensions (time and material) to
assignments
Discuss impact of material
processing by-products and
health related issues
Enrichment activities and assignments
that accompany texts and other
resources
Written self-evaluation and assessment
Independent study assignments such
as supplementary articles, projects, or
research
Student-Teacher Conferences
Those adaptations listed in the
students’ IEP
Extended test time
Frequent progress checks/reports
Modified tests/assignments
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and
assessment
Visual & auditory aids
Additional original and creative
projects agreed upon by both instructor
and student
Those adaptations listed in the students’
IEP
Extended test time
Modified tests/ assignments
Aide in the classroom
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and assessment
Additional after school help
Basic computer instructions
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Essential Question, Concept or Theme: D. Manufacturing Concepts
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 90
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Aligned Materials/
Benchmark/Skills
Assessment
Instructional Strategies
Resources/Technology
D. Manufacturing Concepts
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Describe manufacturing in a
historical context and
summarize the major
technological advances
throughout history.
Compare and contrast the
major features of the
manufacturing production
systems: custom,
intermittent, continuous
and just in time.
Demonstrate the
manufacturing of
products utilizing
manufacturing production
systems.
Explain the
manufacturing process as
a systems model.
Describe manufacturing
system processes and the
major types of inputs and
outputs of manufacturing
systems
D. Manufacturing Concepts
D.
May include, but are not limited
to:
Standard manufacturing technology
lab equipment and facilities
including materials listed in A. &B.
above
1.
Computer generated
drawings / software
use
2. CNC programs /
software use
3. CNC project elements/
software use
4. Projects created
5. Supplemental
worksheets
6. Exams and quizzes
aimed at evaluating
concepts and
vocabulary
7. Note taking strategies
8. Class work/ participation/
classroom discussion
9. Observation of safe
lab practices by
students
10. Observation of proper
tool & machine selection
& use
Manufacturing Concepts
Cabinet grade hard woods &
softwoods
Cabinet grade plywood(s)
Various types of sheet metal stock
Various metal bar & rod stock
Various thermoplastic and
thermosetting plastic materials
Various fastening supplies
The core themes (A, B, C, D, and E above)
will be covered; elective themes (F & G
above) are to be selected by the instructor on
an annual basis as the course evolves. The
instructor may choose to use parts, rather
than the whole, of all optional themes above.
All numbers reflect approximate class periods
dedicated to each theme, for a total of 180
class periods. Time is approximated due to
the nature of the course; the activities
selected by the instructor must be tailored to
each year’s student population, and may vary
in duration and intensity, and therefore cannot
be pinpointed precisely.
1.
2.
3.
Various finishing supplies
Videos available through RTMSD and
DCIU
4.
Teacher generated materials,
activities, and projects
Possible field trip to manufacturing
facility
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
D. Manufacturing Concepts
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Teacher directed instruction
Self directed software tutorials
Hands on learning activities and
investigations including the
construction & manufacturing of
various products and the
manipulation of tools and machines
Group & cooperative learning
activities
Class discussions
Diagrams & illustrations
Simulations and software emulations
Guest lecturers
Field trips
Use of Internet sites in student
research
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February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: D. Manufacturing Concepts
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Adaptations/Inclusion
Techniques
Enrichment Strategies
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~ 90
Remediation Strategies
Multicultural/
Interdisciplinary
Connection
D. Manufacturing Concepts
D. Manufacturing Concepts
D. Manufacturing Concepts
D. Manufacturing Concepts
General adaptations for all themes
may include but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
Those activities/adaptations listed in
the student’s IEP
Extensions (time and material) to
assignments
Discuss changes in
manufacturing technology
through history
Enrichment activities and assignments
that accompany texts and other
resources
Written self-evaluation and assessment
Independent study assignments such
as supplementary articles, projects, or
research
Student-Teacher Conferences
Those adaptations listed in the students’
IEP
Extended test time
Frequent progress checks/reports
Modified tests/assignments
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and assessment
Visual & auditory aids
Additional original and creative
projects agreed upon by both instructor
and student
Aide in the classroom
Those adaptations listed in the students’
IEP
Extended test time
Modified tests/ assignments
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and assessment
Additional after school help
Basic computer instructions
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
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Essential Question, Concept or Theme: E. Material Processing
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Benchmark/Skills
E. Material Processing
1.
2.
3.
4.
Describe the harvesting,
transporting and processing of
wood and wood composite
materials.
a. Compare and contrast the
advantages and disadvantages
of wood and wood composite
materials.
b. Describe the environmental
impacts of harvesting,
producing and using wood and
wood composite materials.
c. Describe the differences
between various coniferous
and deciduous woods.
d. Identify the differences
in cabinet grade and
dimensional lumber
products.
Summarize the mining and
processing of metallic materials.
a. Identify and identify ferrous
and non-ferrous metals.
b. Describe the environmental
impacts mining and producing
metallic materials.
Identify the principle
differences between and the
uses of thermoplastic and
non-thermoplastic materials.
Identify appropriate methods
for recycling or disposing of
industrial materials and their
by-products.
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~10
Aligned Materials/
Resources/Technology
Assessment
Instructional Strategies
E. Material Processing
E. Material Processing
E. Material Processing
May include, but are not limited
to:
Standard manufacturing
technology lab equipment
and facilities including materials
listed in A., B. & C. above
The core themes (A, B, C, D, and E above)
will be covered; elective themes (F & G
above) are to be selected by the instructor on
an annual basis as the course evolves. The
instructor may choose to use parts, rather
than the whole, of all optional themes above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Supplemental
worksheets
Note taking strategies
Exams and quizzes
aimed at evaluating
concepts and vocabulary
Class work/participation/
classroom discussion
Videos available through
RTMSD and DCIU
Teacher generated materials,
activities, and projects
All numbers reflect approximate class periods
dedicated to each theme, for a total of 180
class periods. Time is approximated due to
the nature of the course; the activities
selected by the instructor must be tailored to
each year’s student population, and may vary
in duration and intensity, and therefore cannot
be pinpointed precisely.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Teacher directed instruction
Self directed software tutorials
Hands on learning activities and
investigations including the
construction & manufacturing of
various products and the
manipulation of tools and machines
Group & cooperative learning
activities
Class discussions
Diagrams & illustrations
Simulations and software emulations
Guest lecturers
Field trips
Use of Internet sites in student
research
February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: E. Material Processing
PA Standards: 3.1.10 A, D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Adaptations/Inclusion
Techniques
Approx. Time Allotment: Required ~10
Enrichment Strategies
Multicultural/
Interdisciplinary
Connection
Remediation Strategies
E. Material Processing
E. Material Processing
E. Material Processing
E. Material Processing
General adaptations for all themes
may include but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
Discuss the ecological impact of
natural resource processing
Those activities/adaptations listed in
the student’s IEP
Extensions (time and material) to
assignments
Enrichment activities and assignments
that accompany texts and other
resources
Written self-evaluation and assessment
Independent study assignments such
as supplementary articles, projects, or
research
Student-Teacher Conferences
Those adaptations listed in the
students’ IEP
Extended test time
Frequent progress checks/reports
Modified tests/assignments
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and
assessment
Visual & auditory aids
Additional original and creative
projects agreed upon by both instructor
and student
Those adaptations listed in the students’
IEP
Extended test time
Modified tests/ assignments
Aide in the classroom
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and assessment
Additional after school help
Basic computer instructions
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February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: F. Marketing
PA Standards: 3.1.10 D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Benchmark/Skills
F. Marketing
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Define marketing and the
marketplace.
a. Describe the importance
of marketing.
Conduct market research.
Implement a marketing
campaign for a product.
Assess product value
through analysis of
material, production and
distribution costs.
Assess the results of the
marketing campaign.
Assessment
Approx. Time Allotment:
Aligned Materials/
Resources/Technology
Instructional Strategies
F. Marketing
F. Marketing
F. Marketing
May include, but are not
limited to:
Internet
The core themes (A, B, C, D, and E above) will be
covered; elective themes (F & G above) are to be
selected by the instructor on an annual basis as the
course evolves. The instructor may choose to use
parts, rather than the whole, of all optional themes
above.
F. Marketing
1. Supplemental
worksheets
2. Note taking
strategies
3. Exams and quizzes
aimed at evaluating
concepts and
vocabulary
4. Class work /
participation /
classroom discussion
Videos available through
RTMSD and DCIU
Teacher generated materials,
activities, and projects
All numbers reflect approximate class periods
dedicated to each theme, for a total of 180 class
periods. Time is approximated due to the nature of
the course; the activities selected by the instructor
must be tailored to each year’s student population,
and may vary in duration and intensity, and therefore
cannot be pinpointed precisely.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
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Teacher directed instruction
Self directed software tutorials
Hands on learning activities and
investigations including the
construction & manufacturing of
various products and the
manipulation of tools and machines
Group & cooperative learning
activities
Class discussions
Diagrams & illustrations
Simulations and software emulations
Guest lecturers
Field trips
Use of Internet sites in student
research
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February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: F. Marketing
PA Standards: 3.1.10 D; 3.6.10 B, C; 3.7.10 A, B, C, D, E
Adaptations/Inclusion
Techniques
Approx. Time Allotment:
Enrichment Strategies
Multicultural/
Interdisciplinary
Connection
Remediation Strategies
F. Marketing
F. Marketing
F. Marketing
F. Marketing
General adaptations for all themes
may include but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
Discuss the relationship of
economics and manufacturing
Those activities/adaptations listed in
the student’s IEP
Extensions (time and material) to
assignments
Enrichment activities and assignments
that accompany texts and other
resources
Written self-evaluation and assessment
Independent study assignments such
as supplementary articles, projects, or
research
Student-Teacher Conferences
Those adaptations listed in the
students’ IEP
Extended test time
Frequent progress checks/reports
Modified tests/assignments
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and
assessment
Visual & auditory aids
Additional original and creative
projects agreed upon by both instructor
and student
Those adaptations listed in the students’
IEP
Extended test time
Modified tests/ assignments
Aide in the classroom
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and assessment
Additional after school help
Basic computer instructions
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February 2005
Essential Question, Concept or Theme: G. Issues in Manufacturing Technology
PA Standards: 3.7.10 E
Aligned Materials/
Benchmark/Skills
Assessment
Resources/Technology
G. Issues in Manufacturing
Technology
1.
2.
Describe the impact of
manufacturing on society.
Describe trends in
manufacturing and the
impact on the future of
manufacturing.
a. Identify and define
careers in
manufacturing.
b. Identify educational
requirements, entry-level
skills required and future
prospects.
Approx. Time Allotment:
Instructional Strategies
G. Issues in Manufacturing
Technology
G. Issues in Manufacturing
Technology
G. Issues in Manufacturing Technology
May include, but are not
limited to:
Internet
The core themes (A, B, C, D, and E above) will be
covered; elective themes (F & G above) are to be
selected by the instructor on an annual basis as the
course evolves. The instructor may choose to use
parts, rather than the whole, of all optional themes
above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Observations of
instructor
Career research
paper
Technology topic
research paper
Supplemental
worksheets
Note taking
strategies
Exams and quizzes
aimed at evaluating
concepts and
vocabulary
Class work/
participation /
classroom discussion
Videos available through
RTMSD and DCIU
Teacher generated materials,
activities, and projects
All numbers reflect approximate class periods
dedicated to each theme, for a total of 180 class
periods. Time is approximated due to the nature of
the course; the activities selected by the instructor
must be tailored to each year’s student population,
and may vary in duration and intensity, and therefore
cannot be pinpointed precisely.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
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Teacher directed instruction
Self directed software tutorials
Hands on learning activities and
investigations including the
construction & manufacturing of
various products and the
manipulation of tools and machines
Group & cooperative learning
activities
Class discussions
Diagrams & illustrations
Simulations and software emulations
Guest lecturers
Field trips
Use of Internet sites in student
research
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Essential Question, Concept or Theme: G. Issues in Manufacturing Technology
PA Standards: 3.7.10 E
Adaptations/Inclusion
Techniques
Enrichment Strategies
Approx. Time Allotment:
Multicultural/
Interdisciplinary
Connection
Remediation Strategies
G. Issues in Manufacturing
Technology
G. Issues in Manufacturing
Technology
G. Issues in Manufacturing
Technology
G. Issues in Manufacturing
Technology
General adaptations for all themes
may include but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
May include, but are not limited to:
Those activities/adaptations listed in
the student’s IEP
Extensions (time and material) to
assignments
Literature research on a
manufacturing or technology topic of
the student’s choice or a career
search of a manufacturing related job
Enrichment activities and assignments
that accompany texts and other
resources
Written self-evaluation and assessment
Independent study assignments such
as supplementary articles, projects, or
research
Student-Teacher Conferences
Those adaptations listed in the
students’ IEP
Extended test time
Frequent progress checks/reports
Modified tests/assignments
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and
assessment
Visual & auditory aids
Additional original and creative
projects agreed upon by both instructor
and student
Those adaptations listed in the students’
IEP
Extended test time
Modified tests/ assignments
Aide in the classroom
Preferential seating
Alternate assignments and assessment
Additional after school help
Basic computer instructions
Introduction to Manufacturing Technology Grade 9 - 12
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