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    CTE -Trade and Industry Education -Mr. Frye

      

    *Some goals are introduced concurrently and used throughout entire semester.

     

    Adobe Visual Design

     

    A   ADOBE VISUAL COMMUNICATION USING PHOTOSHOP 

     

    1.00 Setting Project requirements using PhotoShop

    2.00 Identifying design elements when preparing images 

    3.00 Understanding Adobe Photoshop 

    4.00 Apply procedures to manipulate images using Adobe Photoshop 

    5.00 Apply procedures to publish digital images using Adobe Photoshop  

     

    B   ADOBE VISUAL COMMUNICATION USING ILLUSTRATOR

     

    6.00 Setting project requirements using Illustrator 

    7.00 Identifying design elements when preparing illustrations 

    8.00 Understanding Adobe Illustrator interface 

    9.00 Apply procedures to create illustrations using Adobe Illustrator 

    10.00 Apply procedures to publish illustrations using Adobe Illustrator

     

     

    C   ADOBE VISUAL COMMUNICATION USING InDESIGN

     

    11.00 Setting project requirements using InDesign  

    12.00 Identifying design elements when preparing page layouts 

    13.00 Understanding Adobe InDesign interface 

    14.00 Apply procedures to create page layouts using Adobe InDesign 

     

    *Class is Project Based using Adobe Programs, 

    Online Graphics LabTextbook & Quizzes (you will retake all quizzes until at least a grade of an 80 is attained), 

    and Online Certification - Practice Quizzes& Test* (can retake quiz until at least an 875 is attained before attempting test) 

     

    **Grades will be based upon Project: progress/performance (40%), 

    Quiz (40%) & Test (20%) grades!**

     
     
     
     
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    CTE -Trade and Industry Education -Mr. Frye

      

    *Some goals are introduced concurrently and used throughout entire semester.

     

     

    Adobe Digital Design 

     

     

    A   ADOBE DIGITAL DESIGN & COMMUNICATION USING DREAMWEAVER 

     

    1.00 Apply procedures to set project requirements in Dreamweaver

    2.00 Apply procedures to planning site design and page layout using Dreamweaver  

    3.00 Understanding the Adobe Dreamweaver interface 

    4.00 Apply procedures to add content by using Dreamweaver 

    5.00 Apply procedures to organize content by using Dreamweaver 

    6.00 Apply procedures to evaluate and maintain a site by using Dreamweaver 

     

    (other Adobe programs like PhotoShop & Illustrator are often used for graphic element creation for use in Dreamweaver)

     

    *Class is Project Based using Adobe Programs, 

    Online Graphics LabTextbook & Quizzes (you will retake all quizzes until at least a grade of an 80 is attained), 

    and Online Certification - Practice Quizzes& Test* (can retake quiz until at least an 875 is attained before attempting test) 

     

    **Grades will be based upon Project: progress/performance (40%), 

    Quiz (40%) & Test (20%) grades!**

     
     
     
     

     

     

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    Drafting Architecture II - Honors

     

    Goal 1

    Identify architectural styles.* Aug. 26th

    Utilize Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) skills to produce drawings. * Aug.26th

    Draw floor plans. * Aug. 27th

     

    Goal 2

    Draw exterior elevations. Dec. 9th

     

    Goal 3

    Design and draw foundation plans. Nov. 12th

    Create site plans. Nov. 12th

     

    Goal 4

    Draw roof plans. Dec. 9th

     

    Goal 5

    Draw wall sections and details. Dec. 9th

     

    Goal 6

    Design and draw a stair system. Oct. 28th

     

    Goal 7

    Demonstrate job seeking and oral presentation skills. Sept. 30th

    Demonstrate a strong work ethic. * Aug. 26th

     

    CTE -Trade and Industry Education – Drafting I -Mr. Frye

     

    *Some goals are introduced concurrently and used throughout entire semester.

     

     

    Goal 1 Leadership – Aug 29

      Demonstrate basic business meeting skills (parliamentary procedure) and goal setting.

      Identify career goals and opportunities related to engineering and technical graphics.

      Research and report on careers, entrepreneurs and create a major historical developments timeline.

     

    Goal 2 Sketching –  Aug 27

      Demonstrate basic sketching skills, concepts and techniques.

      Construct isometric, oblique and multiview sketches (freehand and graph).

     

    Goal 3 Basic Drafting Skills* - Sept. 10

      Demonstrate basic drafting skills, procedures and techniques.

    Construct single-view drawings along with correct lettering techniques.

     

    Goal 4 Basic Geometric Terms and Construction* -  Oct. 22

      Explain geometric terms and apply geometric construction techniques and procedures.

      Construct drawings that require the use of geometry.

     

    Goal 5 Multiview Drawing – Nov. 5

      Demonstrate orthographic projection techniques and principles as they apply to multiview drawings.

      Visualize and Construct multiview drawings.

     

    Goal 6 Basic Dimensioning Skills* –introduced with Basic Drafting Skills and Multiview drawings.

      Demonstrate basic dimensioning skills, procedures and practices.

      Construct dimensions on sketches, single-view and multiview engineering drawings.

     

    Goal 7 CAD – Dec. 12

      Demonstrate basic CAD commands, concepts, techniques and use of X, Y & Z coordinates.  

      Construct 2D and 3D drawings and models.
     
      

     

    Drafting Architectural III- Honors

     

    Goal 1

    Demonstrate oral presentation skills. Jan 30

    Goal 2

    Goal 2

    Identify architectural styles and floorplans. Jan. 25

    Goal 3

    Create site plan drawings. Feb 20

    Goal 4

    Design and draw foundation plans. March 4

    Goal 5

    Design and draw a stair system. March 25

    Goal 6

    Design and draw kitchen cabinet layouts. April 22

     
     
     
    Advanced Digital Media
    Course Number:7936
    Course blueprint: (pdf, 43kb)
    Prerequisite: Digital Media I
    Description:
    This course provides students with industry knowledge and skills in the overall digital media design field. Areas covered in these two courses include graphics, animation, video, and web design. An emphasis is placed on the fundamental concepts of graphic design, various digital media technologies, non-linear editing, product development and design, and career development. Art, English language arts, and mathematics are reinforced. Work-based learning strategies appropriate for this course include apprenticeship, cooperative education, internship, and job shadowing. SkillsUSA competitive events, community service, and leadership activities provide the opportunity to apply essential standards and workplace readiness skills through authentic experiences.
     
     

    Intro to Trade and Industrial Education

     

     

    *Some goals are introduced concurrently and used throughout entire semester.

    A Technology and Work

     

    1.00 Understand technology and its relationship to the world of work. Oct. 14th

    1.01 Understand technology and its characteristics.

    1.02 Understand the universal systems model.

    1.03 Understand how technology affects skilled trades, industry, and work.

    1.04 Explain the evolution and influence of technology.

    1.05 Explain how technology relates to mathematics and scientific research.

    1.06 Explain how trends in technology drive trends in trade and industrial careers.

    1.07 Apply a procedure to create a career development plan.

     

    2.00 Understand the need for a safe and an effective workplace. Aug. 26th*

    2.01 Understand safety procedures in the world of work.

    2.02 Understand leadership skills and team building.

    2.03 Apply procedure to demonstrate leadership skills and team building.

    2.04 Understand 21st Century skills.

    2.05 Apply procedure to demonstrate 21st Century skills.

     

    B Design, Problem Solving, and Troubleshooting

     

    3.00 Understand the concepts of a formal problem-solving method. Dec. 2nd

    3.01 Understand the concepts of problem solving and troubleshooting.

    3.02 Apply a procedure used for problem solving or troubleshooting.

    3.03 Understand research and development strategies.

    3.04 Apply procedures used in research and development strategies.

     

    4.00 Apply procedures used in the design process.  Aug. 26th*

    4.01 Understand terms and procedures involving measurement tools.

    4.02 Apply procedures used in measuring techniques.

    4.03 Understand terms and procedures utilized in technical sketching.

    4.04 Apply procedures used in technical sketching utilizing orthographic and pictorial layout.

    4.05 Understand processes used in computer modeling.

    4.06 Apply procedures to use computers as a design tool including modeling.

     

    5.00 Apply procedures used in principles and elements of design. Oct. 28th

    5.01 Understand the principles and elements of design.

    5.02 Apply a procedure to create a product based on the principles and elements of design.

     

    6.00 Apply procedures to communicate effectively in the world of work. Nov. 1st

    6.01 Understand characteristics needed to communicate effectively in a technological world.

    6.02 Apply a procedure to create a technical report.

    6.03 Apply a procedure to deliver an oral presentation.

    6.04 Apply a procedure to create a skills related portfolio.

     

    C The World of Work

     

    7.00 Understand the different areas within Trade and Industrial Education. Aug. 26th*

    7.01 Understand general concepts related to the world of work. (overview)

    7.02 Understand the concepts and principles of electronic communication systems.

    7.03 Apply procedures used in electronic communication systems.

    7.04 Understand processes used for graphic design.

    7.05 Apply procedures used in graphic design.

    7.06 Understand the concepts and principles of computer engineering and networking.

    7.07 Apply procedures used in computer engineering and networking.

    7.08 Understand the concepts and principles of drafting.

    7.09 Apply procedures used in drafting.

    7.10 Understand the concepts and principles of transportation systems.

    7.11 Apply procedures used in transportation systems.

    7.12 Understand the concepts and principles of manufacturing systems.

    7.13 Apply the concepts and principles of manufacturing systems.

    7.14 Understand the concepts and principles of advanced manufacturing.

    7.15 Apply procedures used in advanced manufacturing.

    7.16 Understand the concepts and principles of structural systems.

    7.17 Apply procedures used in masonry.

    7.18 Apply procedures used in carpentry.

    7.19 Apply procedures used in cabinetmaking.

    7.20 Apply procedures used in electrical trades.

    7.21 Understand contemporary Issues: green energy, sustainability…