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1 SYLLABUS & STUDENT CONTRACT Advanced Automotive Technology Instructor: Jackie Bishop (grades 9-12) Phone/Voice Mail: Main Phone at Ben Barber Classroom: C-103 Conference Block: 9:35-10:20 Office Hours for tutoring and other special needs: Wed 2:40-3:00 Advanced Automotive Technology This is the Advanced class for Automotive Technology. During this class we will study more advanced procedures for working in the Automotive Industry. We will cover Shop Safety, Electrical/Electronic Systems, and Engine Performance and Repair, Brakes, Suspension & Steering, Manual Drive Train & Axles, Automatic Transmission & Transaxles and Heating and Air Conditioning systems. Students will finish their Competency profile in this class. We will be using our state of the art computer lab and A-Tech trainers for extensive hands on instruction. We will be competing in SKILLS USA competitions in the spring. Prerequisite: Successfully completed: Automotive Technology, Transportation, Distribution &Logistics and Energy, Power and Transportation Supplies The following supplies should be with the student each day in class. Having these items each day, along with any assigned work, will ensure that the student is prepared to participate in class. IPad or Student Supplied internet capable device(online curriculum) Working parent Pens and pencils Three ring binder Closed toe shoes Automotive Work Shirt $15.00 (purchased from automotive department) STUDENTS MUST HAVE CLEAR SAFETY GLASSES TO PARTICIPATE IN SHOP TRAINING. THIS IS A SEVERE SAFETY ISSUE AND STUDENT WILL BE SENT TO ALTERNATIVE CLASSROOM AT SHOP TIME IF THEY DO NOT HAVE SAFETY GLASSES. STUDENT WILL ALSO RECEIVE A REFERRAL ON SECOND TIME WITHOUT GLASSES. We provide the first pair.

2 Certifications Students will take the ASE student exam for Automotive in a choice of 8 areas. Student may take from 1-8 of the tests. ASE test fee is $15.00 to be paid before test registration. ASE Tests may be taken after completion of 1 year on the job training. S/P2 certified, the automotive industry standard for Safety and Pollution Prevention training. Course Calendar Week 1: Week 2: Week 3: Week 4: Week 5: Week 6: Week 7: Week 8: Week 9: Week 10: Week 11: Week 12: Week 13: Week 14: Week 15: Week 16: Week 17: Week 18: Shop rules and Safety: (must pass safety test 100% before entry to shop) Customer Relations/Work orders (problem solving etc.) Suspension and Steering components Suspension and Steering components Alignments Review and 6 weeks test Electricity and Electronics systems Electricity and Electronics systems Brakes- Hydraulic and Power Assisted Diagnostics Antilock Brakes Air Conditioning and Heating Service procedures Review and 6 weeks test Manual Drive Train servicing and concepts Automatic Transmission and Transaxle servicing and concepts Engine Repair Engine Performance Engine Performance/ ASE Certification Test Review and Final Exam There will be six weeks testing in both practical and written forms throughout the class. This is a project based instructional class. Each job assignment will be treated as part of a weekly practical lab grade. After student has trained on that type of assignment, they will be assigned a test grade pertaining to the competency level of the completed job. There will be a daily shop grade and a weekly participation grade also. There will be a written semester final and a practical final. Each student will keep a Competency profile updated per their job assignments. IPAD Policy IPADs will only be used in the classroom instruction of this class. Each student is responsible for their IPAD. Circumstances involving any person caught with an IPAD not belonging to them will be handled by the Mansfield ISD Police Dept. and Administration. The IPAD will only be used for instruction purposes during class time.

3 Cell Phone Policy Cell phones are permitted at Frontier/ Ben Barber now with the exception of using them during instructional time. If the rules are not followed, cell phones will be picked up and returned to the student at the end of class. Shop Dress Code Policy Having the proper clothing shows a level of professionalism that is a must. All uniform items must be clean and in good order. Closed-toed shoes that cover the top portion of the foot; socks (ABSOLUTELY NO FLIP FLOPS OR SANDALS!) Safety Glasses will be worn in all safety areas Automotive Work Shirt $15.00 (purchased from automotive department) Students are required to be in Shop dress code. This dress code is for safety. Please remember that students will be working in an environment that has chemicals, sharp objects, fire and other dangerous equipment and that the safety of each student is extremely important. Assessment Policy The grading scale for all assignments will be unless otherwise specified. Practical Lab Assignments - Class Work 60% Students will receive a minimum of one grade per week based upon Uniform compliance, Shop performance, job sheets and participation. Students will be assigned written work such as vocabulary, vehicle systems nomenclature, work orders, essay and research assignments Tests 40% Students will receive a minimum of two major test/assessment grades per 6-week progress reporting period. Such assessments may be in the form of a practical (lab) exam, a written exam, or a project. The above will be the basis for 80% of the student s semester report card grade. A written final exam will be given at the end of the semester. The exam grade will count as 20% of student s total grade, per district policy.

4 Academic Dishonesty Refer to the student handbook Curriculum Instructional Media Services- online curriculum Automotive Technology/ A Systems Approach 4th Edition by Erjavec Students will not be issued a textbook and the reference material will be kept in shop area Test Re-Takes Students are allowed to retake test one time within one week of original test unless absence is due to extenuating circumstances such as long term illness etc... Late Work Policy Will be accepted with ten points deducted for each class day it is late unless there are extenuating circumstances. Participation In the work force today, almost all employers want employees who will jump in and go to work when there is something that needs to be done. This makes time pass by quickly and turns out a finished product much faster than someone waiting on someone else to do it. This class is based on a high level of participation. Some job or project assignments are assigned in groups. Make-Up Work Policy Student Responsibility When a student returns to class following an absence, it is his or her responsibility to collect all make-up work. Some shop labs can be made up with written research assignments. Students will have 2 days to do make up work for each day of absence. Tests- will usually be announced at least two days in advance; therefore, missing the class period prior to the test day does not excuse the student from taking the test with the class. Shop Expectations and Rules 1) We have safety rules in our shop to protect you and others around you. This is why all students must wear safety glasses when you are in the designated work areas beyond the red safety line. 2) You will be treated as professionals therefore we expect you to do your best to act like professionals in the lab and classroom (NO HORSEPLAY) 3) We will treat you with respect and dignity and expect the same in return. 4) Around 10 minutes before the end of class, we need to check all tools in and clean up your area. 5) You will be given an extensive copy of the Classroom Policies and Procedures for Automotive during the first week of school while we are discussing safety issues.

5 Dear Parents and Guardians: I consider it a privilege to have your son or daughter in my class. Please take a few minutes to go over the attached document together. If you have any questions or concerns, please call or as soon as possible so we can get your son/daughter off to the right start. I consider this document a contract between you, my students, and myself and will do everything in my power to honor it daily. Please sign below, along with your son/daughter, acknowledging that we will all work together toward achieving success in this class. Please feel free to contact me at anytime. Please sign and return the next page to your teacher as soon as possible. This form counts as the student s first classroom test grade

6 SYLLABUS & STUDENT CONTRACT Advanced Automotive Technology Instructor: Jackie Bishop Please keep top portion for your records Send this portion to back to school Student Name (print) Parent/Guardian Name (print) Student Signature Parent/Guardian Signature Student Parent/Guardian Phone # Parent/Guardian (Must be a working )

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