# Unit/Standard Number. High School Graduation Years 2010, 2011 and 2012

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1 1 Secondary Task List 100 SAFETY 101 Demonstrate an understanding of State and School safety regulations. 102 Practice safety techniques for electronics work. 103 Demonstrate an understanding of proper fire drill procedures. 104 Research hazardous chemical safety information in the home. 105 Interpret Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). 106 Safely discharge a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT picture tube). 107 Explain the environmentally-safe disposal procedures for electronics equipment. 200 ELECTRICAL QUANTITIES AND COMPONENTS 201 Recognize the basic units of Electronic Measurements. 202 Recognize SI system of measurement (International Systems of Measurements). 203 Express numbers in scientific Engineering notation. 204 Convert one power of ten to another power of ten. 205 Use the resistor color code. 206 Identify component symbols used in electronic schematic diagrams. 207 Measure the voltage output of sources of electricity. 300 MEASURING INSTRUMENTS 301 Interpret voltage measurements. 302 Make a circuit measurement to solve current requirements. 303 Demonstrate the proper method of using an ohmmeter. 304 Use readings of an ohmmeter. 400 OHM'S LAW 401 Utilize Ohm's law to determine current, voltage, or resistance. 402 Demonstrate an understanding of the meaning of and relationship between voltage, current, resistance, and power in DC. 403 Demonstrate the linear relationship between current and voltage.

2 2 500 SERIES CIRCUITS 501 Demonstrate how voltages are distributed around a series circuit. 502 Utilize double subscript notation. 503 Demonstrate Kirchhoff's Voltage Law. 504 Demonstrate voltage distribution and polarity of power supplies and resistors in a series circuit. 505 Demonstrate calculations of power in a series circuit. 506 Demonstrate troubleshooting open circuits and short circuits in a series circuit. 600 PARALLEL CIRCUITS 601 Calculate resistance in a parallel circuit. 602 Demonstrate voltage in a parallel circuit. 603 Demonstrate current flow in a parallel circuit. 604 Apply Ohm's Law resistance for parallel circuit calculations. 605 Calculate power in a parallel circuit. 606 Troubleshoot open circuit and short circuit conditions in a parallel circuit. 700 SERIES-PARALLEL CIRCUITS 701 Determine the total resistance in a Series-Parallel Circuit. 702 Calculate voltage drops and polarity in a Series-Parallel Circuit. 703 Apply Kirchhoff's current and voltage law to a Series-Parallel Circuit. 704 Demonstrate a series-parallel circuit used as a voltage divider. 800 BASIC NETWORK THEOREM 801 Solve for the value of a load resistor. 802 Calculate voltage and current for various load resistors. 803 Apply Norton's Theorem to calculate voltages and current in a Series-Parallel Circuit. 804 Apply Thevenin's Theorem to calculate voltages and current in a Series-Parallel Circuit. 805 Calculate the value of load resistance for maximum power transfer. 806 Apply the Superposition Theorem to calculate voltages and current in a circuit with two voltage or current sources. 900 ALTERNATING CURRENT

3 3 901 Calculate the frequency of the waveform. 902 Determine the average and RMS values of a sine-wave OSCILLOSCOPE 1001 Describe the basic sections of an oscilloscope Measure voltage using an oscilloscope Measure frequency using an oscilloscope Measure phase relationships using an oscilloscope INDUCTANCE 1101 Measure the effect of a series resistive-inductive (RL) circuit on DC voltage and current Measure the effect of a series resistive-inductive (RL) circuit on AC voltage and current Calculate the total inductance of inductors connected in series or parallel INDUCTIVE REACTANCE 1201 Measure the effect of inductive reactance on current Measure the effect of change in frequency on current Demonstrate the phase (lead-lag) relationship between current and applied voltage in a series RL circuit Calculate the total inductive reactance in series and parallel circuits RL CIRCUITS IN AC 1301 Demonstrate the use of vectors to describe magnitude and direction of voltages Demonstrate the use of vectors in determining total current or voltage in series and parallel RL circuits TRANSFORMERS 1401 Identify transformer windings and check for open and short circuits Calculate and measure voltage-turns ratio Measure the effect of secondary load on primary current CAPACITANCE 1501 Demonstrate the effect of capacitance in AC and DC circuits Calculate total capacitance in series and parallel circuits Calculate and measure RC time constants.

4 CAPACITIVE REACTANCE 1601 Measure the effect of capacitive reactance on current Measure the effect of change in frequency on circuit current Demonstrate the phase (lead-lag) relationship between current and applied voltage in a series RC circuit Calculate the total capacitive reactance in series and parallel circuits RC CIRCUITS 1701 Utilize vectors to describe magnitude and direction of voltages Utilize vectors in determining total current or voltage in series and parallel RC circuits RLC CIRCUITS 1801 Calculate total current in series RLC circuits Calculate total current in parallel RLC circuits Calculate true power, apparent power and power factor in a RLC circuit RESONANCE 1901 Calculate and measure the resonant frequency of a series RLC circuit Graph a response curve for a series resonant circuit, label Half-power points and bandwidth Calculate the "Q" of a series resonant circuit and demonstrate the effect it has on the response curve Calculate and measure the resonant frequency of a parallel RLC circuit Graph a response curve for a parallel resonant circuit, label half-power points and bandwidth SOLDERING 2001 Demonstrate the use of a soldering iron Demonstrate the ability to desolder components from the circuit board Demonstrate the ability to solder components to the circuit board JUNCTION DIODES 2101 Test a semiconductor diode and identify the cathode and anode leads using an ohmmeter Demonstrate the voltage-current relationship of a semiconductor diode by plotting the characteristic curve Demonstrate the correct bias for the operation of a LED Utilize a diode as a clipper or clamp.

5 POWER SUPPLIES 2201 Identify common rectifier circuits (Half-wave and Full-wave) Demonstrate the operation of a rectifier circuit Recognize various filter configurations and list their characteristics Calculate and measure DC output voltage for filtered and unfiltered power supplies Measure and calculate power supply ripple percentage and voltage regulation Calculate and measure the output voltage of a voltage multiplier Measure and plot the forward and reverse characteristics of a Zener diode Measure and demonstrate the regulation properties of a shunt type Zener regulator TRANSISTOR CHARACTERISTICS 2301 Identify base, emitter, and collector terminals of PNP and NPN transistors Locate the ratings, characteristics and operating parameters listed on a typical transistor specification sheet Determine the type of transistor, NPN or PNP, and operating condition, using an ohmmeter Identify schematic symbols and uses for various types of transistors Identify differences between FET and BJT devices SMALL SIGNAL AMPLIFIERS 2401 Determine and demonstrate proper biasing polarity of NPN or PNP transistors in switching circuits Calculate decibel gain or loss Operate and measure the voltage gain of a common emitter audio amplifier Operate and measure the voltage gain of a common base amplifier Operate and measure the voltage gain of a common collector amplifier OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS 2501 Operate and measure the phase shift between input and output of an inverting IC Op-Amp Operate and measure the phase shift between input and output of a non-inverting IC Op-Amp BASIC DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 2601 Convert decimal numbers to the binary number system and binary to decimal Convert binary numbers to hexadecimal number system and hexadecimal to binary Demonstrate the operation and the truth tables for the seven basic logic gates.

6 Connect and demonstrate combinational logic NANOTECHNOLOGY 2701 Define Nanotechnology Explain nanotechnology measurements Identify jobs in Nanotechnology TROUBLESHOOTING 2801 Solve simple problems using basic inquiry methods and strategies ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS 2901 Identify the major components of a basic communication system Explain the major components of a basic communication system CAREERS IN ELECTRONICS 3001 Identify the careers available in electronics technology Describe the entry-level requirements for various electronics technology careers Create a professional resume HISTORY OF ELECTRONICS 3101 Describe the history of electricity Describe the history of the vacuum tube and transistor Describe the history of the integrated circuit.

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