Florida Department of Education Curriculum Framework


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Florida Department of Education

Student Performance Standards




Course Title: Applied Engineering Technology II

Course Number: 8401120

Course Credit: 1




Course Description:

This course provides students with opportunities to further their mastery of engineering-related math and science principles to design solutions to real world problems. The course also includes a more in-depth look into the relationship between technology and design.




  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the various approaches used in problem solving. – The student will be able to:




    1. Employ research and development processes to assess the functional, economic, and ethical viability of a product or prototype.

    2. Research a problem and determine the most appropriate problem-solving method to employ.

    3. Determine whether the solution to a specific problem is technology-based.

    4. Utilize a multidisciplinary approach to solving technological problems.




  1. Demonstrate the abilities to apply the design process. – The student will be able to:




    1. Determine whether a design problem is worthy of being resolved or addressed.

    2. Identify the criteria and constraints associated with a design problem and select the most appropriate solution based on pre determined factors.

    3. Evaluate the quality, efficiency, and productivity of an existing or proposed design and refine the design accordingly.

    4. Evaluate an existing design using conceptual, physical, and mathematical models and note aspects for improvement.

    5. Devise and develop a problem solution using the design process.

    6. Create and deliver a slide presentation to communicate the design process and final solution to a design problem.




  1. Demonstrate proficiency in using presentation software. – The student will be able to:




    1. Describe presentation software and the ways in which it may be used.

    2. Create a Slide Master.

    3. Adjust presentation format using the Slide Master.

    4. Add and format titles, subtitles, and talking points to a presentation slide.

    5. Insert date and time codes and slide numbers to slides.

    6. Insert and format images/graphics onto slides.

    7. Insert new or duplicate slides.

    8. Adjust slide transition to include animation.

    9. Insert and adjust sound settings and timing in presentation.

    10. Adjust the sequence of slides in the presentation.

    11. Produce a presentation that includes text, graphics, and digital images and present it using a projection system.

    12. Adjust Slide Show Set-up to loop show continuously.



  1. Perform advanced study and technical skills related to engineering technology. – The student will be able to:




    1. Identify an engineering problem or product for improvement using engineering design methodology.

    2. Develop a written plan of work for the engineering team to carry out the project.

    3. Show evidence of technical research in support of the project.

    4. Perform skills related to the engineering project.

    5. Complete the project as planned.

    6. Demonstrate the engineering design solution to a fluid system problem.

    7. Demonstrate the engineering design solution to an electrical system problem.

    8. Demonstrate the engineering design solution to a thermal system problem.

    9. Demonstrate and present the engineering design solution to a mechanical system problem.

    10. Formulate conclusions based on the analysis of engineered products.




  1. Demonstrate fundamental math and science knowledge and skills for mechanical systems. – The student will be able to:




    1. Define and calculate quantities using Hooke’s Law of Elasticity.

    2. Assemble, operate, and identify the parts of a mechanical system.

    3. Demonstrate and apply principles of force, work, rate, resistance, energy, power, and force transformers relating to mechanical systems.

    4. Calculate the mechanical advantage of a mechanical system

    5. Design a mechanical system to demonstrate knowledge of mechanical advantage.




  1. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for fluid systems. – The student will be able to:




    1. Define and calculate quantities using Boyle’s Law.

    2. Assemble, operate, and identify the parts of a fluid system.

    3. Demonstrate and apply principles of force, work, rate, resistance, energy, power, and force transformers relating to fluid systems.

    4. Compute the mechanical advantage of a fluid system.

    5. Compute the change in height in the output piston based on change in input piston and relative sizes.

    6. Design a fluid system to demonstrate knowledge of mechanical advantage.




  1. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills for thermal systems. – The student will be able to:




    1. Define and calculate quantities of heat and temperature.

    2. Assemble, operate, and identify the parts of a thermal system.

    3. Demonstrate and apply principles of force, work, rate, resistance, energy, power, and force transformers relating to fluid systems.

    4. Compute the efficiency of a thermal system.

    5. Explain the steps in a PV diagram including the phases where work is done.




  1. Demonstrate technical knowledge and skills associated with the design of electrical and electronic systems. – The student will be able to:




    1. Assemble, operate, and identify the parts of an electrical system.

    2. Demonstrate and apply principles of force, work, rate, resistance, energy, power, and force transformers relating to electrical systems.

    3. Understand the connectivity between the major components. Identify Address and data buses, power signals and peripheral devices.

    4. Recognize the schematic symbols for basic electronic components (e.g., resistors, capacitors, inductors, transistors, and black box components such as microprocessors).

    5. Describe basic logic devices (e.g., AND, NAND, OR, NOR) and their role in the design of electrical/electronic systems.

    6. Create and apply the truth tables for the basic logical elements (i.e., AND, NAND, OR, and NOR gates).

    7. Identify electrical connections between devices on an electrical schematic.

    8. Use Boolean algebra to minimize logic equations. and implement them in breadboard devices.

    9. Design and create a prototype of a basic electronic system to demonstrate knowledge of DC series and parallel logic circuitry.




  1. Demonstrate safe and appropriate use of basic tools and machines. – The student will be able to:




    1. Select appropriate tools, procedures, and/or equipment.

    2. Demonstrate the safe usage of appropriate tools, procedures, and operation of equipment.

    3. Follow laboratory safety rules and procedures.

    4. Demonstrate good housekeeping at workstation within total laboratory.

    5. Identify color-coding safety standards.

    6. Explain fire prevention and safety precautions and practices for extinguishing fires.

    7. Identify harmful effects/potential dangers of familiar hazardous substances/devices to people and the environment.




  1. Use oral and written communication skills in creating, expressing and interpreting information and ideas. – The student will be able to:




    1. Select and employ appropriate communication concepts and strategies to enhance oral and written communication in the workplace. CM 1.0

    2. Locate, organize and reference written information from various sources. CM 3.0

    3. Design, develop and deliver formal and informal presentations using appropriate media to engage and inform diverse audiences. CM 5.0

    4. Interpret verbal and nonverbal cues/behaviors that enhance communication. CM 6.0

    5. Apply active listening skills to obtain and clarify information. CM 7.0

    6. Develop and interpret tables and charts to support written and oral communications. CM 8.0

    7. Exhibit public relations skills that aid in achieving customer satisfaction. CM 10.0




  1. Solve problems using critical thinking skills, creativity and innovation. – The student will be able to:




    1. Employ critical thinking skills independently and in teams to solve problems and make decisions. PS 1.0

    2. Employ critical thinking and interpersonal skills to resolve conflicts. PS 2.0

    3. Identify and document workplace performance goals and monitor progress toward those goals. PS 3.0

    4. Conduct technical research to gather information necessary for decision-making. PS 4.0




  1. Use information technology tools. – The student will be able to:




    1. Use personal information management (PIM) applications to increase workplace efficiency. IT 1.0

    2. Employ technological tools to expedite workflow including word processing, databases, reports, spreadsheets, multimedia presentations, electronic calendar, contacts, email, and internet applications. IT 2.0

    3. Employ computer operations applications to access, create, manage, integrate, and store information. IT 3.0

    4. Employ collaborative/groupware applications to facilitate group work. IT 4.0




  1. Describe the roles within teams, work units, departments, organizations, inter-organizational systems, and the larger environment. – The student will be able to:




    1. Describe the nature and types of business organizations. SY 1.0


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