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1 Manitoba Curriculum Framework of Outcomes & Grades & Goal 1: Describe and apply appropriate health and safety practices. GLO 1.1: Describe and apply appropriate health and safety practices Maintain a safe, uncluttered and organized workspace. awareness of health and safety issues related to lighting and glare, including monitors. Explain the safe working conditions and safe lab procedures. (ITE ) 1 ITE refers to IT 5.0 from the Cisco Academy 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 1 of 30

2 & Goal 2 an awareness of the evolution, technological progression, and emerging trends in IT. GLO 2.1: Describe the evolution, technological progression and emerging trends in IT. Describe the evolution, technological progression and emerging trends in networking and cyber security. Describe the evolution, technological progression and emerging trends in networking and cyber security. Describe the evolution, technological progression and emerging trends in operating systems. Explain trends in networking that will affect the use of networks in small-tomedium-sized businesses. (Cisco Intro SO ) Describe the evolution, technological progression and emerging trends in cyber security. Explain trends in the cyber threat landscape. 2 Cisco Intro refers to Cisco Level 1 Introduction to Networks 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 2 of 30

3 & Goal 3 hardware, operating systems, applications, networking and cyber security. GLO 3.1: concepts related to hardware. concepts related to hardware. a personal computer system. (ITE ) Connect devices. (WOSF ) laptop wireless communication technologies. (ITE 7.4) situations requiring replacement of computer components. (ITE 1.2) storage. (WOSF 5.2) hardware configurations for task-specific computers. (ITE 1.3) printing devices. (WOSF 5.3) the purpose and benefits of preventive maintenance for personal computers. (ITE 4.1) system devices. (WOSF 5.4) 3 ITE refers to IT 5.0 from the Cisco Academy 4 WOSF refers to Windows System Fundamentals: Course July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 3 of 30

4 & GLO 3.1: concepts related to hardware. (continued) the purpose of laptop features. (ITE 7.1) laptop display components. (ITE 7.2) Explain mobile device hardware. (ITE 8.1) the features that are common to most printers. (ITE 9.1) different types of printers. (ITE 9.2) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 4 of 30

5 & GLO 3.2: a theoretical operating systems. a theoretical operating systems. Explain the purpose of an operating system. (ITE 5.1) awareness of common tools and applets of the Windows GUI. (ITE 5.3) Explain client side virtualization. (ITE 5.4) mobility. (WOSF 1.4) Identify Windows operating system editions. (WOSF 2.1) Identify upgrade paths. (WOSF 2.2) Describe the features and characteristics of mobile operating systems. (ITE 8.2) installation types. (WOSF 2.3) virtualized clients. (WOSF 2.4) file systems. (WOSF 4.1) libraries. (WOSF 4.4) maintenance tools (WOSF 6.2) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 5 of 30

6 & GLO 3.3: a theoretical applications. a theoretical applications. Identify tools and software used with personal computer components and their purposes. (ITE 2.2) native applications and tools. (WOSF 1.3) remote management and assistance. (WOSF 1.5) application installations. (WOSF 3.1) application virtualization. (WOSF 3.5) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 6 of 30

7 & GLO 3.4: a theoretical networking. a theoretical networking. a theoretical networking. file and print sharing. (WOSF 4.2) Explain the principles of networking. (ITE 6.1) Describe types of networks. (ITE 6.2) Describe basic networking concepts and technologies. (ITE 6.3) Describe physical components of a network. (ITE 6.4) Describe network topologies. (ITE 6.5) Describe Ethernet standards. (ITE 6.6) Explain OSI and TCP/IP data models. (ITE 6.7) Identify names, purposes, and characteristics of other technologies used to establish connectivity. (ITE 6.9) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 7 of 30

8 & GLO 3.4: a theoretical networking. (continued) Explain how multiple networks are used in everyday life. (Cisco Intro SO 1.1) Explain the topologies and devices used in a small-to-medium-sized business network. (Cisco Intro SO 1.2) Explain the basic characteristics of a network that supports communication in a small-to-medium-sized business. (Cisco Intro SO 1.3) Explain the purpose of the Cisco IOS. (Cisco Intro SO 2.1) Explain how rules are used to facilitate communication. (Cisco Intro SO 3.1) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 8 of 30

9 & GLO 3.4: a theoretical networking. (continued) Explain the role of protocols and standards organizations in facilitating interoperability in network communications.(cisco Intro SO 3.2) Explain how devices on a LAN access resources in a small to medium-sized business network. (Cisco Intro SO 3.3) Describe the operation of the Ethernet sublayers. (Cisco Intro SO 5.1) Identify the major fields of the Ethernet frame. (Cisco Intro SO 5.2) Describe the purpose and characteristics of the Ethernet MAC address. (Cisco Intro SO 5.3) Describe the purpose of 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 9 of 30

10 & ARP. (Cisco Intro SO 5.4) GLO 3.4: a theoretical networking. (continued) Explain how ARP requests impact network and host performance. (Cisco Intro SO 5.5) Explain basic switching concepts. (Cisco Intro SO 5.6) Compare fixed configuration and modular switches. (Cisco Intro SO 5.7) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 10 of 30

11 & GLO 3.5: a theoretical cyber security. a theoretical cyber security. Compare and contrast methods for securing mobile devices. (ITE 8.4) user account control (UAC). (WOSF 3.2) malware, viruses, trojans, worms, key loggers and rootkits. Describe security threats. (ITE 10.1) services. (WOSF 3.4) the importance of regular software and hardware updates. Identify security procedures. (ITE 10.2) encryption. (WOSF 4.3) social engineering. Identify common preventive maintenance techniques for security. (ITE 10.3) updates (WOSF 6.3) services and processes and how they affect cyber security. Discuss the importance of local user account security and security policies. Discuss the importance of security software. logging and auditing as they relate to cyber security. 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 11 of 30

12 & Discuss the importance of using strong passwords. ports as they relate to cyber security. GLO 3.5: a theoretical cyber security. (continued) shared folders as they relate to cyber security. user management as it relates to cyber security. file and folder permissions as they relate to cyber security. computer security policies and group policies. virtual machines as they relate to cyber security. security 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 12 of 30

13 & journals. firewalls. GLO 3.5: a theoretical cyber security. (continued) User Account Control (Windows O. S.). Goal 4: Install, configure, manage, secure and troubleshoot devices, operating systems and applications. GLO 4.1: Install devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Install devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Build a computer. (ITE 3.1) Boot the computer for the first time. (ITE 3.2) Perform an operating system installation. (ITE 5.2) the removal and installation of laptop components. (ITE 7.5) Install security software. 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 13 of 30

14 & Install and configure a printer. (ITE 9.3) GLO 4.2: Configure devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Configure devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Configure control panel options, desktop settings, and native applications. Configure Control Panel options. (WOSF 1.1) Configure a Layer 3 switch. (Cisco Intro SO 5.8) awareness of local group policy settings. Configure desktop settings. (WOSF 1.2) Upgrade and configure components in a computer system to meet a customer s requirements. (ITE 3.3) Configure a printer. how to configure laptop power settings. (ITE 7.3) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 14 of 30

15 & GLO 4.3: Manage devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Manage devices, operating systems, and their associated software. the ability to organize and manage files and folders. Identify and apply preventative maintenance techniques for operating systems. (ITE 5.5) Describe preventive maintenance techniques for a printer. Identify common preventive maintenance techniques for laptops. (ITE 7.6) Describe preventive maintenance techniques for a printer. (ITE 9.5) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 15 of 30

16 & GLO 4.4: Secure devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Secure devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Configure a BIOS password. Remove malicious software. (WOSF 3.3) Update and maintain operating systems, applications, and hardware. security appliances. (i.e. biometrics, key fobs) Secure file and folder permissions. (ITE ) Detect and eliminate malware, viruses, trojans, worms, keyloggers and rootkits. Configure and manage local user accounts. Identify, stop and remove services and processes that affect cyber security. Configure data backup or recovery. (ITE ) Setup logging and auditing to improve computer security. Configure firewalls. (ITE ) Identify and secure ports that pose a threat to computer security. Troubleshoot security. (ITE 10.4, ITE 12.6) Identify and secure shared folders. 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 16 of 30

17 & Apply proper user management. Apply file and folder permissions. GLO 4.4: Secure devices, operating systems, and their associated software. (continued) Apply computer security policies and group policies that improve security. Install an operating system on a virtual machine. Create and effectively use a security journal. 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 17 of 30

18 & GLO 4.5: Troubleshoot devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Troubleshoot devices, operating systems, and their associated software. Identify the steps of the troubleshooting process and perform basic PC troubleshooting. (ITE 4.2) Troubleshoot laptops (ITE 7.7, ITE 12.4) Troubleshoot mobile devices (ITE 8.5) Troubleshoot printers. (ITE 9.6, ITE 12.5) Troubleshoot computer components and peripherals. (ITE 12.1) Troubleshoot operating systems. (ITE 5.6, ITE 12.2) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 18 of 30

19 & Goal 5: Design, configure, manage, secure and troubleshoot networks, operating systems and applications. GLO 5.1: Design networks and their associated software. the ability to sketch a simple network. Explain how physical layer protocols and services support communications across data networks. (Cisco Intro SO 4.1) Build a simple network. (Cisco Intro SO 4.2) Explain the role of the data link layer in supporting communications across data networks. (Cisco Intro SO 4.3) Compare media access control techniques and logical topologies used in 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 19 of 30

20 & networks. (Cisco Intro SO 4.4) GLO 5.2: Configure networks and their associated software. Connect a computer to a wired network and a wireless network. (ITE 6.8) the ability to configure an ISR (small office / home office) router to a wired or wireless network. Establish basic network connectivity and configure . (ITE 8.3) Describe printer sharing procedures and share a printer. (ITE 9.4) Explain how to access and navigate the Cisco IOS to configure network devices. (Cisco Intro SO 2.2) Describe the command 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 20 of 30

21 & structure of the Cisco IOS software. (Cisco Intro SO 2.3) Configure hostnames on a Cisco IOS device using the CLI. (Cisco Intro SO 2.4) GLO 5.2: Configure networks and their associated software. (continued) Use Cisco IOS commands to limit access to device configurations. (Cisco Intro SO 2.5) Use Cisco IOS commands to save the running configuration. (Cisco Intro SO 2.6) Explain how devices communicate across network media. (Cisco Intro SO 2.7) Configure a host device with an IP address. (Cisco Intro SO 2.8) Verify connectivity between two end devices. (Cisco Intro SO 2.9) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 21 of 30

22 & Configure a Layer 3 switch. (Cisco Intro SO5.8) GLO 5.3: Manage networks and their associated software. Manage wireless connections on devices. backup and recovery methods. (WOSF 6.1) Identify and apply common preventive maintenance techniques used for networks. (ITE 6.10) GLO 5.4: Secure networks and their associated software. the ability to configure security settings for ISR device. (e.g. administrative passwords, MAC filtering, port forwarding, access control, content filtering) the ability to compare and contrast methods for securing mobile devices. the ability to use networking tools to identify and 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 22 of 30

23 & secure security threats on a network. the ability to secure routers and switches using best industry practices. GLO 5.5: Troubleshoot networks and their associated software. the ability to troubleshoot Layer 1 connectivity problems. (e.g. network media malfunctions, link light activity) the ability to troubleshoot Layer 3 connectivity problems. (incorrect TCP/IP settings) use of IPconfig, Ping and Traceroute and Netstat. the ability to troubleshoot networks. (ITE 6.11, ITE 12.3) Goal 6: Document the installation, design, configuration, management, security and troubleshooting of devices, 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 23 of 30

24 & networks, and their associated software. GLO 6.1: Document the installation, design, configuration, management, security and troubleshooting of devices, networks, and their associated software. the ability to create and upkeep an engineering journal. Goal 7: Describe and demonstrate the transferable cross-curricular knowledge and skills relevant to IT. GLO 7.1: Research, read, interpret and communicate information relevant to IT. the ability to research the Internet to identify hardware compatibility and device drivers. Read, interpret and communicate information. the ability to research the Internet to identify resources to assist in troubleshooting. GLO 7.2: Apply the knowledge and skills from mathematics relevant to IT. the ability to convert to and from decimal and binary Discuss the use of the binary numbering system as it applies to IP addressing. Discuss the application 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 24 of 30

25 & of Boolean logic GLO 7.3: Apply the knowledge and skills from the sciences relevant to IT. an the four electrical quantities voltage, current, resistance and power. Ohm s Law. Goal 8: awareness of sustainability as it pertains to networking and cyber security. GLO 8.1: Describe the IT industry s sustainability practices and impact on the environment. Discuss the impact of the IT industry on the environment. Discuss the impact of electronic waste on the environment. GLO 8.2: Describe the impact of human sustainability on the well-being of those employed in IT and the users of their services. 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 25 of 30

26 & Describe human sustainability. Discuss concerns related to hyper-connectivity. the importance of cyber security to the global economy. Describe ergonomically appropriate procedures to avoid injury. Discuss risk factors and treatments related to carpal tunnel syndrome. GLO 8.3: Describe sustainable business practices within the IT industry. Define and discuss the concept of sustainable business practices. awareness of trends in society, technology, and social media, as they apply to networking and cyber security. Discuss the types of business practices that promote the long-term viability of businesses such as those found in IT. awareness of the need for lifelong learning during a career in cyber security. Goal 9: awareness of the ethical and legal standards as they pertain to IT. GLO 9.1: an awareness of the ethical and legal standards as they pertain to IT. Discuss ethical considerations in the IT industry. Discuss the consequences of unethical behaviour. cyber etiquette. the role of cloud computing. Explain the legal and ethical issues that arise in the IT industry and appropriate behaviours when faced with these cyber bullying, and its effect on victims. 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 26 of 30

27 & issues. (ITE 11.2) Discuss and demonstrate safe browsing habits Goal 10: employability skills. GLO 10.1: fundamental employability skills. regular and punctual attendance. the ability to communicate respectfully and effectively with teachers, supervisors, co-worker, and students. accountability by taking responsibility for their actions. adaptability, initiative and effort. teamwork skills. 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 27 of 30

28 & the ability to stay on task and effectively use time in class and work environments. the responsible use of wireless communication devices. GLO 10.1: fundamental employability skills. (continued) Explain why good communication skills are a critical part of IT work. (ITE 11.1) GLO 10.2: an awareness of cultural proficiency, and its importance in the workplace. Define and discuss the meaning of culture. Discuss the importance of culture in the workplace. GLO 10.3: an the business operation of an IT organization. an the Discuss the requirements for companies to 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 28 of 30

29 & work order process. generate profits in order to continue operating. Interpret and complete work orders. GLO 10.4: critical thinking skills. Discuss the need for critical thinking. critical thinking skills while troubleshooting. Discuss the need for problem solving skills. Goal 11: the IT industry. GLO 11.1: an the scope of the IT industry. an the scope of IT. Discuss the place of IT in the Canadian economy. awareness of the characteristics of cyber warfare. GLO 11.2: the educational and career opportunities, as well as industry and professional associations. 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 29 of 30

30 & an the scope of careers in IT. Discuss industry certification opportunities. Describe professions related to IT. awareness of the growth of cyber security. Discuss levels of technicians within the industry. awareness of career opportunities related to network security certifications. GLO 11.3: working conditions in IT. Describe the working conditions related to different occupations in IT. Describe the call centre environment and technician responsibilities. (ITE 11.3) 17 July 2015 & Draft Grades 9 11 Page 30 of 30

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