Florida Department of Education Curriculum Framework



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2015 - 2016

Florida Department of Education

Curriculum Framework




Program Title: Technical Design

Program Type: Non Career Preparatory

Career Cluster: Engineering & Technology Education





Secondary – Non Career Preparatory

Program Number

8401000

CIP Number

0650040900

Grade Level

9 – 12, 30, 31

Standard Length

3 credits

Teacher Certification

TEC ED 1 @2

ENG 7G


DRAFTING @7 7G

GRAPH ARTS @4



CTSO

Florida Technology Student Association (FL-TSA)

CTE Program Resources

http://www.fldoe.org/academics/career-adult-edu/career-tech-edu/program-resources.stml



Purpose

The purpose of this program is to provide students with a foundation of knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the study of technical design. This program focuses on transferable skills and stresses understanding and operation of complex two and three-dimensional graphics, editing, and image analysis tools to better understand, illustrate, explain, and present technical concepts and principles. Science, math, and visual design concepts are reinforced throughout each course.


The content includes, but is not limited to, a study of the purposes, instruments, processes, and technical skills associated with technologies used in the design, creation, and deployment of technical design renderings. In addition to complex illustration tools, the content of this program includes the development of essential computer application skills (e.g., word processing, spreadsheet, presentation). The content and activities will also include the study of entrepreneurship, safety, and leadership skills.
Additional Information relevant to this Career and Technical Education (CTE) program is provided at the end of this document.

Program Structure

This program is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of three one-credit courses. The following table illustrates the program structure:




Course Number

Course Title

Length

Level

Graduation Requirement

8401010

Technical Design 1

1 credit

3

PA

8401020

Technical Design 2

1 credit

3

PA

8401030

Technical Design 3

1 credit

3

PA

(Graduation Requirement Abbreviations- EQ= Equally Rigorous Science, PA= Practical Arts, EC= Economics, VO= Career and Technical Education)
In addition to the above courses, the Advanced Technology Applications (8601900) course is appropriate to be used for content area continuation in this program after all three credits of this program have been completed. The purpose of the Advanced Technology Applications course is to provide students with a capstone opportunity to develop a school based project from "vision" to "reality," working in teams to design, engineer, manufacture, construct, test, redesign, test again; and then produce a finished "project". This would involve using ALL the knowledge previously learned, not only in Engineering & Technology Education but also across the curriculum. See the Advanced Technology Applications framework for more information.

Academic Alignment Table

Academic alignment is an ongoing, collaborative effort of professional educators specializing in the fields of science, mathematics, English/language arts, and Career and Technical Education (CTE). This initiative supports CTE programs by improving student performance through the integration of academic content within CTE courses. Career and Technical Education courses that have been aligned to the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for Science and the Florida Standards for Mathematics and English/Language Arts will show the following data: the quantity of academic standards in the CTE course; the total number of standards contained in the academic course; and the percentage of alignment to the CTE course.




Courses

Anatomy/ Physiology

Honors


Astronomy Solar/Galactic Honors

Biology 1

Chemistry 1

Earth-Space Science

Environmental Science

Genetics

Integrated Science

Marine Science 1 Honors

Physical Science

Physics 1

8401010

3/87

3%


8/80

10%


10/83

12%


8/69

12%


13/67

19%


5/70

7%


3/69

4%


10/82

12%


7/66

11%


13/74

18%


7/72

10%


8401020

3/87

3%


4/80

5%


9/83

11%


4/69

6%


9/67

13%


2/70

3%


3/69

4%


9/82

11%


4/66

6%


9/74

12%


3/72

4%


8401030

3/87

3%


5/80

8%


1/83

1%


5/69

7%


3/67

4%


4/70

6%


3/69

4%


1/82

1%


5/66

8%


4/74

5%


5/72

7%


** Alignment pending review # Alignment attempted, but no correlation to academic course


Courses

Algebra 1

Algebra 2

Geometry

English 1

English 2

English 3

English 4

8401010

7/67

10%


1/75

1%


10/54

19%


17/46

37%


17/45

38%


#

#

8401020

6/67

9%


#

7/54

13%


14/46

30%


14/45

31%


#

#

8401030

2/67

3%


2/75

3%


5/54

9%


#

#

10/45

22%


10/45

22%


** Alignment pending review # Alignment attempted, but no correlation to academic course

Florida Standards for Technical Subjects



Florida Standards (FS) for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects are the critical reading and writing literacy standards designed for grade 6 and above. These standards are predicated on teachers of history/social studies, science, and technical subjects using their content area expertise to help students meet the particular challenges of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language in their respective fields. It is important to note that the 6-12 literacy standards in history/social studies, science, and technical subjects are not meant to replace content standards in those areas but rather to supplement them.
This curriculum framework incorporates the grades 9-10 reading and writing literacy standards in the first two courses of this CTE program and grade 11-12 reading and writing literacy standards in the third and fourth courses of this CTE program. The standards for Mathematical Practices describe varieties of expertise that educators at all levels should seek to develop in their students. These practices rest on important “processes and proficiencies” with longstanding importance in mathematics education. This curriculum framework incorporates the appropriate mathematical practices in the first four courses of this CTE program.

Common Career Technical Core – Career Ready Practices

Career Ready Practices describe the career-ready skills that educators should seek to develop in their students. These practices are not exclusive to a Career Pathway, program of study, discipline or level of education. Career Ready Practices should be taught and reinforced in all career exploration and preparation programs with increasingly higher levels of complexity and expectation as a student advances through a program of study.


1. Act as a responsible and contributing citizen and employee.
2. Apply appropriate academic and technical skills.
3. Attend to personal health and financial well-being.
4. Communicate clearly, effectively and with reason.
5. Consider the environmental, social and economic impacts of decisions.
6. Demonstrate creativity and innovation.
7. Employ valid and reliable research strategies.
8. Utilize critical thinking to make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.
9. Model integrity, ethical leadership and effective management.
10. Plan education and career path aligned to personal goals.
11. Use technology to enhance productivity.
12. Work productively in teams while using cultural/global competence.


Standards

After successfully completing this program, the student will be able to perform the following:




  1. Methods and strategies for using Florida Standards for grades 09-10 reading in Technical Subjects for student success in Technical Design.

  2. Methods and strategies for using Florida Standards for grades 09-10 writing in Technical Subjects for student success in Technical Design.

  3. Methods and strategies for using Florida Standards for grades 09-10 Mathematical Practices in Technical Subjects for student success in Technical Design.

  4. Demonstrate an understanding of the characteristics and scope of technology.

  5. Demonstrate an understanding of the core concepts of technology.

  6. Demonstrate an understanding of the relationships among technologies and other fields of study.

  7. Demonstrate an understanding of the influence of technology on history.

  8. Demonstrate an understanding of the attributes of design.

  9. Apply the principles of engineering design in the creation and evaluation of a prototype.

  10. Be able to select and use information and communication technologies.

  11. Demonstrate an understanding of the processes and technologies employed in the design and production of technical illustrations and drawings.

  12. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills about the use and care of drafting instruments, equipment, and materials.

  13. Demonstrate technical skills and applications common to all types of drafting.

  14. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for making basic orthographic drawings.

  15. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for making pictorial drawings.

  16. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for making auxiliary view drawings.

  17. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for making sectional view drawings.

  18. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for making working drawings.

  19. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for making a basic residential drawing.

  20. Identify computer components and their functions.

  21. Demonstrate proficiency with common computer peripherals, including connections to standard input and output devices.

  22. Demonstrate knowledge of computer file management.

  23. Demonstrate proficiency using the Internet to locate information.

  24. Demonstrate an understanding of Internet safety and ethics.

  25. Develop and apply word processing and document manipulation skills.  

  26. Develop and apply fundamental spreadsheet skills.

  27. Demonstrate an understanding of color theory and its role in technical design.

  28. Demonstrate an understanding of the elements and principles of graphic design.

  29. Develop a design portfolio.

  30. Demonstrate an understanding of the various approaches used in problem solving.

  31. Demonstrate abilities to apply the design process.

  32. Create architectural drawings to industry standards.

  33. Create a reverse engineered drawing (as built) from a solid object.

  34. Create technical illustrations.

  35. Demonstrate proficiency in using presentation software.

  36. Create technical illustrations using illustration software applications.

  37. Create technical drawings using software applications.

  38. Maintain a design portfolio.

  39. Demonstrate technical writing skills.

  40. Methods and strategies for using Florida Standards for grades 11-12 reading in Technical Subjects for student success in Technical Design.

  41. Methods and strategies for using Florida Standards for grades 11-12 writing in Technical Subjects for student success in Technical Design.

  42. Methods and strategies for using Florida Standards for grades 11-12 Mathematical Practices in Technical Subjects for student success in Technical Design.

  43. Demonstrate an understanding of the cultural, social, economic, and political effects of technology.

  44. Demonstrate the abilities to use and maintain technological products and systems.

  45. Demonstrate the abilities to assess the impact of products and systems.

  46. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for making engineering drawings.

  47. Demonstrate and present a research and design project.

  48. Demonstrate an understanding of career opportunities and requirements in the field of drafting/illustrative design technology.

  49. Demonstrate familiarity with techniques associated with digital photorealism.

  50. Create complex technical drawings using appropriate software applications.

  51. Prepare and present a design portfolio.



2015 - 2016


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