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1 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit 1: Introduction Content Standard(s) and 1. Summarize purpose, rules, and regulations relative to the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. Discussing ethical and legal responsibilities for the industry Learning Objective(s) and Essential Question(s): 1. Research employer expectations as related to careers in the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. 2. Discuss employer expectations as related to careers in the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. 3. Research and discuss safety responsibilities in the workplace. 4. Research substance abuse policies common to the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. 5. Discuss substance abuse policies common to the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. 6. Research employee rights in the workplace. 7. Discuss employee rights in the workplace. How does a personal ethic impact career success? Content 1. Substance abuse 2. Workman s Comp 3. Drug testing 4. Bonding 5. Prescription drug policies Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture/demonstration Worksheets Individual problem-solving Group discussion Guided practice Guided research Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources Projector Research data Appropriate CD s Sample policy manuals Math worksheets Internet access Web sites Handouts OSHA reference material Industry reference material Appropriate texts

2 Unit Assessment: Career portfolio documents Written and performance assessments CTSO Activity: 1. Continue SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 2. Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. 3. Students continue to review SkillsUSA Technical Standards and Contest Projects for pathways they intend to pursue. Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

3 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Units 2-3 Career Investigations Content Standard(s) and 2. Explain job opportunities related to the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. Explaining the organizational structure of companies within the fields of automotive service, automotive collision repair, diesel, aviation, marine, and power equipment technology 3. Explain factors involved in developing an effective career plan for transportation, distribution, and logistics. Demonstrating appropriate procedures for obtaining employment in the industry Examples: job applications, résumés, interviews Learning Objective(s) and Essential Question(s): 1. Research career paths of interest in the Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics clusters. 2. Determine educational requirements for given career path. 3. Determine schools or colleges in the area that support that given career path. 4. Evaluate the coursework needed to achieve credentialing, a degree, or both. 5. Prepare a plan for achieving the education needed for success in the selected career pathway. 6. Complete a sample employment application. 7. Produce a personal resume. 8. Participate in a mock job interview. Is there only one way to succeed in a career pathway? Content 1. O-net 2. Bureau of Labor Statistics 3. Technical College information 4. AYES 5. NATEL 6. ASE 7. Industry recognized credentialing 8. Industry licensing 9. Industry assessments and certifications Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture/demonstration Guest speakers Worksheets Individual problem-solving Individual research Group discussion Guided research Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources Projector Research data Appropriate CD s Math worksheets Internet access O-net data and access Web sites Alabama College System Industry Web-sites

4 10. Resume writing 11. Employment applications 12. Interview skills Handouts Industry reference material Appropriate texts Assorted sample credentials Assorted employment applications Sample resumes SkillsUSA Technical Standards Unit Assessment: Career portfolio documents Resume Mock interview score Written and performance assessments CTSO Activity: 1. Continue SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 2. Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. 3. Students participate in mock interviews based on SkillsUSA Technical Standards. Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

5 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit 4: Terminology Content Standard(s) and 1. Apply terminology associated with transportation, distribution, and logistics industries. Learning Objective(s) and 1. Practice this competency throughout this course and pathway courses. Essential Question(s): Why is correct terminology important to career success? Content Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources 2. Technical vocabulary Lecture Guest speakers Worksheets Definitions Group discussion Projector Math worksheets Internet access Handouts Industry reference material Appropriate texts Unit Assessment: Written assessments

6 CTSO Activity: 1. Continue SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 2. Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. 3. Students continue to review SkillsUSA Technical Standards and Contest Projects for trades that they intend to pursue Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

7 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit 5: Content Standard(s) and Safety 1. Demonstrate personal and environmental safety practices for transportation, distribution, and logistics industries associated with clothing; eye protection, hand protection; proper lifting techniques; hand tools; power equipment; proper ventilation; and the handling, storage, and disposal of fuels, chemicals, and materials in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. Learning Objective(s) and 1. Explain the role that safety plays in the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. 2. Describe the meaning of workplace safety. 3. Describe the characteristics of a competent person and a qualified person. 4. Explain the appropriate safety precautions to take around common workplace hazards. 5. Demonstrate the use and care of appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE). 6. Properly don and remove personal protective equipment (safety glasses/goggles, respirators, etc.). 7. Follow the safety procedures required for lifting and handling heavy objects. 8. Describe safe behavior around lifts and powered equipment. 9. Explain the importance of Hazard Communications (HazCom) and material safety data sheets (MSDSs). 10. Describe fire prevention and firefighting techniques. 11. Define safe work procedures to use around electrical hazards. 12. Define safe work procedures to use around paints, solvents, other hazardous materials. Essential Question(s): How does safety in the workplace contribute to economic growth? Content 2. Walking - working surfaces 3. Exit routes 4. Fire prevention plans 5. Emergency action plans 6. Hazardous materials Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture Guest speakers Worksheets Definitions Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources Projector Math worksheets Pre-test Internet access

8 7. Personal protective equipment 8. General environmental controls 9. Fire protection 10. Materials handling and storage 11. Machinery and machine guarding 12. Welding cutting and brazing 13. Electrical 14. Toxic hazardous substances Group discussion Team work - Hazard evaluation Problem solving - Hazard elimination Handouts Training material for OSHA 501 General Industry Appropriate texts 29 CFR 1910 or relevant sections Job Safety Analysis worksheets MSDS worksheets Assorted safety equipment and PPE Unit Assessment: Industry recognized written and performance assessments OSHA recognized written assessments CTSO Activity: Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. Culminating Product: Career portfolio documentation 10-Hour General Industry *credential * The student earns this credential by successfully completing it in class under the supervision of 501 OSHA credentialed teacher or by completing the approved web-based version. See SkillsUSA website for details. Course/Program Credential(s): X Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

9 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Units 6-7: Foundational Skills Content Standard(s) and Learning Objective(s) and 6. Demonstrate technical tasks associated with the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry, including locating information in technical manuals, practicing technical writing skills, and solving mathematics problems to complete technical applications. 7. Apply problem-solving and critical-thinking skills by organizing technical information for scripting a transportation, distribution, and logistics document. Examples: work orders, technical service bulletins, flat-rate manuals 1. Review technical material related to their intended field/s of study. 2. Research data that relates to their chosen field/s of study. 3. Use professional handbooks and manuals to locate information related to their intended field of study. 4. Use technical handbooks and manuals to locate specific technical information. 5. Write a procedure for a job function performed in this career cluster. 6. Solve mathematical problems that include fractions, decimals, proportions, and precise measurement. Essential Question(s): Why is the correct use of reference material so important to career success? Content 1. Procedure manuals 2. Technical manual use 3. Chart and graph interpretation 4. Work orders 5. Parts manuals 6. Fractions 7. Decimals 8. Conversions 9. Proportions 10. Precise measurement. Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture/demonstration Worksheets Critical thinking Team problem-solving Guided practice Guided research Independent research Written projects Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources PowerPoint Presentations and Projector Appropriate handbooks and manuals Math worksheets Handouts LEA Course offerings MSDS JSA s PPE Sample work orders

10 Industry reference materials Unit Assessment: Career portfolio documents Written and performance assessments CTSO Activity: 1. Continue SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 2. Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. 3. Students review SkillsUSA Technical Standards and Contest Projects in the career pathway they intend to pursue. Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

11 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit 8: Technical Information Use Content Standard(s) and 8. Interpret technical information relating to job performance. Learning Objective(s) and 1. Review technical material related to their intended field/s of study. 2. Research data that relates to their chosen field/s of study. 3. Use professional handbooks and manuals to reference information related to their intended field of study. Essential Question(s): Why is the correct use of reference material so important to career success? Content 1. Procedure manuals 2. Technical manual use 3. Chart and graph interpretation 4. Work orders 5. Parts manuals Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture/demonstration Worksheets Team problem-solving Guided practice Guided research Independent research Written projects Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources PowerPoint Presentations and Projector Appropriate handbooks and manuals Math worksheets Handouts LEA Course offerings MSDS JSA s PPE Sample work orders Industry reference materials

12 Unit Assessment: Career portfolio documents Written and performance assessments CTSO Activity: 1. Continue SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 2. Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. 4. Students review SkillsUSA Technical Standards and Contest Projects in the career pathway they intend to pursue. Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

13 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit: 9 Communication Skills Content Standard(s) and 9. Demonstrate communication skills related to the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. Student will: Learning Objective(s) and 1. Demonstrate the ability to interpret information and instructions presented in both written and verbal form. 2. Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in on-the-job situations using written and verbal skills. 3. Write a daily report, ensuring it is as follows: Clear (understandable) Concise (to the point) Correctly complete documents (daily activities, equipment and materials, as well as safety issues; documents owner/architect instructions including correct spelling and punctuation) 4. Fill out work-related forms (for example, accident reports, time and materials, time sheets, punch lists, and change orders) ensuring that they are as follows: Complete Accurate On time 5. Read instructions for how to properly perform a job function and orally instruct another person how to perform that function. 6. Perform given tasks after listening to oral instructions. Essential Question(s): Why is good communication important in the workplace?

14 Content 1. Understand the importance of workplace oral communication. 2. Understand the importance of workplace written communication. 3. Procedure writing 4. Workplace forms Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) 1. Demonstrations 2. Guest speakers 3. Instructional Technology 4. Lecture 5. Oral presentations 6. Guided practice 7. Problem-solving activities 8. Critical thinking activities Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources Safety DVDs / Videos / CDs Personal Protective Equipment DVD/VCR player Projector / screen Assorted workplace forms Activity exercises Computer / safety software Daily Math Skills (DMS) Daily Trade Terms (DTT) Unit Assessment: 1. Tests 2. Oral Presentations and demonstrations 3. Checklists 4. Written assignments 5. Career portfolio 6. Industry based written and performance tests CTSO Activity: 1. Students will participate in class lectures and demonstration. 2. Students will give an oral presentation on an assigned career related topic. 3. Students will give a job skill demonstration on an assigned topic - See Job Demo A from SkillsUSA. 4. Students will participate in lab and classroom activities daily. 5. Students review SkillsUSA Technical Standards for trades that they intend to pursue. 6. Begin SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 7. Establish documentation for career portfolio organization. 8. Students will complete industry based written and performance testing.

15 Culminating Product: 1. Successfully complete requirements for the OSHA 10-hour safety card. 2. Complete all safety tests. 3. Understand job-site hazards and how to work safely around them. 4. Know how to properly use and care for PPE. 5. Accomplish of industry based written and performance testing Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other: OSHA 10-hour safety card Can lead to college articulation Aligns with NCCER Core #00107

16 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit 10: Financial Literacy Content Standard(s) and 10. Demonstrate financial literacy skills as they relate to career goals and objectives in the architecture, construction, and manufacturing industries. Learning Objective(s) and 1. Research and compare college tuition costs. 2. Produce personal budgets. 3. Balance a checkbook. 4. Complete responsible credit use project. 5. Explore student loan Web sites. Essential Question(s): What impact does financial planning have on career success? Content 1. Credit and financing 2. Credit cards 3. Savings plans 4. Checking accounts 5. Student loans 6. Scholarships 7. Compounded interest 8. Subsidized loans 9. Unsubsidized loans Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture Guest speakers Worksheets Definitions Group discussion Problem solving Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources Projector Math worksheets Internet access Handouts Financial literacy reference material Appropriate texts College loan documents Sample loan documents

17 Unit Assessment: Written assessments Written projects CTSO Activity: 1. Continue SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 2. Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

18 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit 11: Technology Applications Content Standard(s) and 11. Utilize information technology tools to access, manage, and integrate information. Identifying technological advancements that enhance the industry Learning Objective(s) and 1. Cut and paste technical information found on-line into Word documents. 2. Prepare Excel worksheet to add total material and labor costs. 3. Practice appropriate use of correspondence. 4. Practice appropriate use of the Internet for technical research. 5. Prepare a PowerPoint presentation related to a career path. 6. Access digital information for parts, and parts numbers Essential Question(s): What role will technology tools play in the future? 1. Word 2. Excel 3. PowerPoint 4. Content Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture/demonstration Worksheets Team problem-solving Guided practice Guided research Independent research Discussion Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources Projector Appropriate CD s Math worksheets Internet access Web sites O-Net Handouts Industry reference material Manufacturer reference material

19 Unit Assessment: Career portfolio documents Written and performance assessments CTSO Activity: 1. Continue SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 2. Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. 3. Students continue to review SkillsUSA Technical Standards and Contest Projects for trades that they intend to pursue Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

20 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit: 12 Student Organization Content Standard(s) and 12. Demonstrate leadership and teamwork skills gained through student organization activities. Learning Objective(s) and 1. Conduct a self assessment for personal profession development. 2. Prepare a self-improvement plan based on the SkillsUSA Professional Development Program (PDP). 3. Participate in Chapter activities. Essential Question(s): List the ways professional development contributes to career success. Content 1. SkillsUSA PDP 2. SkillsUSA Leadership Handbook Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture/demonstration Worksheets Reflection Self evaluation Individual problem-solving Guided practice Guided research Discussion Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources Projector Appropriate CD s Math worksheets Internet access Web sites SkillsUSA Handouts SkillsUSA PDP SkillsUSA Leadership Handbook Industry reference material Appropriate texts

21 Unit Assessment: Career portfolio documents PDP Worksheets Written and performance assessments CTSO Activity: 1. Continue SkillsUSA Leadership Development Programs. 2. Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. 3. Students continue to review SkillsUSA Technical Standards and Contest Projects in the career paths that they intend to pursue Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

22 Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Unit: 13 Content Standard(s) and Tools and Equipment 13. Demonstrate use of various types of tools and equipment used in the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. Learning Objective(s) and w1. Recognize and identify some of the basic hand tools used in the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. 2. Use hand tools safely. 3. Describe the basic procedures for taking care of hand tools. 4. Identify power tools commonly used in the transportation, distribution, and logistics industry. 5. Use power tools safely. 6. Explain how to maintain power tools properly. 7. Visually inspect the following tools to determine if they are safe to use: Hammers Wrenches Pliers Jacks and lifts Screwdrivers 8. Safely and properly use the following tools: Screwdriver (slotted and Phillips) Adjustable wrenches Channellock pliers Assorted pliers Jacks and lifts Open and closed end wrenches 9. Safely operate a compressor. 10. Safely and properly operate an electric drill. 11. Safely and properly operate a bench grinder. 12. Safely and properly operate a portable grinder. 13. Safely and properly operate assorted pneumatic tools. Essential

23 Question(s): What advantages do hand tools have over power tools? Content 1. Hand tools 2. Power tools 3. Stationary tools 4. Tool inspection 5. Tool usage Suggested Instructional Activities Rigor & Relevance Framework (Quadrant) Lecture Guest speakers Math worksheets Definitions Team problem solving Individual problem solving Guided practice Peer tutoring Suggested Materials, Equipment and Technology Resources Projector Applied math worksheets Handouts Appropriate texts Assorted measuring devices used in industry Assorted hand tools Assorted power tools Unit Assessment: Industry recognized written testing Industry recognized performance test CTSO Activity: Establish documentation for student s career portfolio. Continue SkillsUSA Professional Development Program activities. Continue review of SkillsUSA Technical Standards. Culminating Career portfolio documentation Product: Course/Program Credential(s): X Credential Certificate Postsecondary Degree University Degree Other:

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