Fremont County School District No. One, Lander, Wyoming Common Core of Knowledge and Skills For Standards and Measures/Assessment

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1 Level: CV.ATBR.1 Resources CV.ATBR.1.1 Students prepare and analyze CV.ATBR Students will apply for a personal car personal financial information. loan via a mock-up project. Students effectively manage CV.ATBR.1.2 Students assess individual CV.ATBR Students will research blue book car valals, time, money, materi- skills, and evaluate and adjust their perues through the Internet to determine car value. work spaces, and formance accordingly. CV.ATBR Students will research flat rate time of human resources. CV.ATBR.1.3 Students prioritize and repair on Alldata computer program to manage time and manage time, materials, facilities, and money. resources to set and achieve goals. advanced level independently and accurately acquire and consistently and effectively use the information skills listed in the benchmarks. PROFICIENT -11 th grade students at the proficient level accurately acquire and use the information skills listed in the benchmarks. level acquire and use, with consistent guidance, the information skills listed in the benchmark. 1 of 1

2 Level: CV.ATBR.2 Interpersonal Skills Students acquire and demonstrate interpersonal skills necessary to be successful in the workplace. CV.ATBR.2.1 Students work with individuals/groups of diverse abilities and backgrounds in a workplace setting. CV.ATBR.2.2 Students communicate using a variety of methods in a workplace setting. CV.ATBR.2.3 Students assume a leadership role in a group setting to accomplish group goals. CV.ATBR.2.4 Students demonstrate and/or teach a learned skill. CV.ATBR Students will rotate the position of shop foreman per class meeting. CV.ATBR Students will be assigned the position of tool room manager for each tool room and rotate position each class period. CV.ATBR Students will share their expertise on specific automotive equipment with which they have become proficient through class demonstrations. advanced level consistently and effectively demonstrate leadership attributes and positively interact with all team members. They act as mentors for other students. Students frequently share or teach skills with others. Students communicate effectively in all workplace settings. proficient level effectively demonstrate leadership attributes and positively interact with team members. They sometimes act as mentors for other students. Students share or teach skills with others. They demonstrate the ability to use interpersonal skills as needed to be successful in the workplace as established in the benchmarks. level demonstrate limited ability to use interpersonal skills as needed to be successful in the workplace as established in the benchmarks. They rarely or ineffectively demonstrate leadership or mentoring skills. Students rarely teach skills or share with others. 2 of 2

3 Level: CV.ATBR.3 Information Students acquire and use workplace information. CV.ATBR.3.1Students acquire and evaluate workplace information CV.ATBR.3.2 Students organize and update workplace information. CV.ATBR.3.3 Students interpret and communicate workplace information. CV.ATBR.3.4 Students use technology to process workplace information. CV.ATBR Students will acquire, organize, and evaluate information obtained from Alldata program in teams to complete a project. CV.ATBR Students will demonstrate a learned skill of using a scan tool in order to teach the next student in line. ADVANCED 11 th grade students at the advanced level work independently to prepare and analyze personal financial information. Students effectively manage workplace resources as established in the benchmarks. They are able to consistently and effectively adjust their performance to achieve goals. proficient level prepare and analyze, with minimal guidance, personal financial information. They effectively manage workplace resources as established in the benchmarks. Students are usually able to adjust their performance to achieve goals. level acquire and use, with consistent guidance, the information skills listed in the benchmark. 3 of 3

4 Level: CV.ATBR.4 Systems CV.ATBR.4.1 Students evaluate the CV.ATBR Students will inspect power steering fluid quality and performance of a variety of levels and conditions. Students demonstrate an systems. CV.ATBR Students will remove, inspect, replace, understanding of how CV.ATBR.4.2 Students suggest modifications and adjust power steering pump belt. social, organizational, to existing systems and develop CV.ATBR Students will diagnose short and long and technological systems new or alternative ideas for systems to arm suspension system noises, body sway, uneven riding work. improve performance. height concerns, and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will diagnose MacPherson strut suspension system noises, body sway, uneven riding height concerns and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will inspect upper and lower control arms, bushings, shafts, and rebound bumpers. CV.ATBR Students will inspect strut (compression/tension) rods and bushings. CV.ATBR Students will inspect upper and lower ball joints on short and long arm suspension systems. CV.ATBR Students will inspect stabilizer bar bushings, brackets, and links. CV.ATBR Students will inspect MacPherson strut cartridge or assembly, strut coil spring, insulators (silencers) and upper strut bearing mount. CV.ATBR Students will inspect coil springs and spring insulators. CV.ATBR Students will inspect traverse links, control arms, bushings, and mounts. CV.ATBR Students will inspect leaf springs, leaf spring insulators (silencers), shackles, brackets, bushings, and mounts. CV.ATBR Students will inspect MacPherson strut cartridge or assembly, strut coil springs, and insulators (silencers). advanced level demonstrate an in-depth and extensive knowledge of how social, organizational, and technological systems work. Students consistently develop new or alternative ideas for systems to improve performance. proficient level effectively evaluate and analyze how social, organizational and technological systems function in the workplace. Students provide ideas to modify existing systems to improve performance. level show a limited understanding of how social, organizational, and technological systems work. Students seldom offer ideas for modifications to existing systems to improve performance. 4 of 4

5 CV.ATBR Students will diagnose vehicle wander, drift, pull, hard steering, bump steer, memory steer, torque steer, steering return concerns and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will check master cylinder for internal and external leaks and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will diagnose poor stopping, pulling or dragging concerns caused by problems in the hydraulic system and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will inspect brake lines, flexible hoses, and fittings for leaks, dents, kinks, rust, cracks, bulging or wear, tighten loose fittings and supports and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will select, handle, store, and install brake fluids to proper level. CV.ATBR Students will diagnose poor stopping, noise, pulling, grabbing, dragging or pedal pulsation concerns and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will mount brake drum on lathe and machine braking surface. CV.ATBR Students will diagnose poor stopping, noise, pulling, grabbing, dragging or pedal pulsation concerns and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will test pedal free travel with and without engine running and check power assist operation. CV.ATBR Students will check vacuum supply (manifold or auxiliary pump) to vacuum-type power booster. CV.ATBR Students will diagnose wheel bearing noises, wheel shimmy, and vibration concerns and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will check parking brake cables and components for wear, rusting, binding, and corrosion and clean, lubricate, and replace as needed. CV.ATBR Students will check parking brake operation and adjust as needed. 5 of 5

6 Level: CV.ATBR.5 Technology CV.ATBR.5.1 Students choose and utilize CV.ATBR Students will inspect and adjust suspen- procedures, tools or equipment, insion system torsion bars and inspect mounts. Students demonstrate the cluding computers and related technologiesplace CV.ATBR Students will inspect, remove, and re- ability to use a variety of shock absorbers. workplace technologies. CV.ATBR.5.2 Students demonstrate CV.ATBR Students will remove, inspect, and service proper procedure for set-up, operation, or replace front and rear wheel bearings. and routine maintenance of workplace CV.ATBR Students will measure and adjust pedal equipment. height. CV.ATBR.5.3 Students use workplace CV.ATBR Students will fabricate and install brake equipment to solve problems. lines (double flare and ISO types) and replace hoses, fittings, CV.ATBR.5.4 Students apply safe and and supports as needed. ethical practices when using workplace CV.ATBR Students will remove, clean (using technologies. proper safety procedures), inspect, and measure brake drums and service or replace as needed. CV.ATBR Students will pre-adjust brake shoes and parking brake before installing brake drums or drum/hub assemblies and wheel bearings. CV.ATBR Students will install wheel, torque lug nuts, and make final checks and adjustments. CV.ATBR Students will remove caliper assembly from mountings, clean and inspect for leaks and damage to caliper housing, and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will clean and inspect caliper mounting and slides for wear and damage, and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will remove, clean, and inspect pads and retaining hardware, and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will disassemble and clean caliper assembly, inspect parts for wear, rust, scoring, and damage and replace seal, boot, and damaged or worn parts. advanced level independently and consistently demonstrate the safe and ethical use, as well as routine maintenance, of appropriate workplace technologies, as related to the benchmarks. proficient level consistently, with limited assistance, demonstrate the safe and ethical use, as well as routine maintenance, of appropriate workplace technologies, as related to the benchmarks. level require frequent assistance to demonstrate the safe and ethical use of appropriate workplace technologies, as related to the benchmarks. 6 of 6

7 CV.ATBR Students will reassemble, lubricate, and reinstall caliper, pads, and related hardware, seat pads and inspect for leaks. CV.ATBR Students will clean, inspect, and measure rotor with a dial indicator and a micrometer, and follow manufacturer s recommendations in determining needs to machine or replace. CV.ATBR Students will install wheel, torque lug nuts, and make final checks and adjustments. CV.ATBR Students will remove, clean, inspect, repack, and install wheel bearings and replace seals, and install hub and adjust wheel bearings. CV.ATBR Students will diagnose anti-lock brake system (ABS), electronic control(s) and components using self-diagnosis and/or recommended test equipment, and determine necessary action. CV.ATBR Students will inspect and replace power steering hoses and fittings. CV.ATBR Students will inspect pitman arm, relay (centerlink/intermediate) rod, idler arm and mountings, and steering linkage damper. CV.ATBR Students will inspect and adjust tie rod ends (sockets), tie rod sleeves, and clamps. CV.ATBR Students will bleed (manual, pressure, vacuum or surge) brake system. CV.ATBR Students will flush hydraulic system. CV.ATBR Students will remove, inspect, and install wheel cylinders. CV.ATBR Students will remove and replace rotor. CV.ATBR Students will check operation of brake stop light system; adjust and service as needed. CV.ATBR Students will replace wheel bearing and race. CV.ATBR Students will comply with personal and environmental safety practices associated with clothing, eye protection, hand tools, power equipment, proper ventilation, and the handling, storage, and disposal of chemicals/materials in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. 7 of 7

8 Level: CV.ATBR.6 Careers CV.ATBR.6.1 Students interpret information CV.ATBR Students will attend and participate in a from a variety of self-assessments classroom presentation given by trade school representa- Students develop skills in to identify career interest, abilities, personal tives on career opportunities in auto technology. career planning workplace. traits, and work values. CV.ATBR.6.2 Students locate and interpret career information and labor market trends from a variety of sources. CV.ATBR.6.3 Students create, evaluate, and revise career plans. CV.ATBR.6.4 Students demonstrate skills to seek, obtain, maintain, and change jobs. advanced level independently and consistently apply skills in career planning workplace to make educational and career decisions. proficient level, with minimal guidance, demonstrate skills in career planning workplace as established in the benchmarks. level require frequent assistance, and seldom exhibit the skills needed in career planning workplace as established in the benchmarks. 8 of 8

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