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1787 DC Circuits and Physics


									                               DC Circuits and Electron Physics

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Course Title: DC Circuits and Electron Physics                           WVEIS Code 1787

Course Description: This course will introduce students to the skills and technology in
DC circuits and electron physics.

Performance Descriptors (Level of Competence)

        1 – Novice: the student does not demonstrate fundamental knowledge and
        skills; performance is fragmented, incomplete and needs considerable
        development and supervision.
        2 – Partial Mastery: the student partially demonstrates fundamental knowledge
        and skills; basic but inconsistent application; characterized by errors and
        omissions; needs further development and supervision.
        3 – Mastery: the student demonstrates fundamental knowledge and skills with
        minimal supervision; work is accurate and complete; performance is solid.
        4 – Above Mastery: the student demonstrates competent and proficient
        performance; application of knowledge and skills is thorough and effective, and
        the student can work independently.
        5 – Distinguished: the student is self-directed and demonstrates exceptional
        and exemplary performance; application of knowledge and skills is distinctive
        and sophisticated and the student can solve problems independently.

                                                        Level of
      Content Standards and Objectives                Competence       Date       Comments
                                                  1    2   3   4   5
Electron Physics
Demonstrate the law of electrical/electrostatic
charges (Coulombs Law).
State the law of magnetism.
Use a magnet to identify various ferrous and
non-ferrous materials.
DC Circuits
Use calculators to solve algebraic equations
for series, parallel, and complex DC circuits.
Interpret and convert units of measurement
for DC circuits.
Perform calculations for meter and circuit
loading effect.
Use Ohm’s Law to analyze circuits.
Use Kirchoff’s Law, Therening’s Law, and
Norton’s Law to analyze circuits.
Safety Rules and Equipment
Follow all safety precautions when working
with electricity.
Explain and demonstrate the proper use and
care of tools, machines, and equipment in
the electronics laboratory.
Identify, demonstrate proper use and care of,
all basic personal safety devices and
DC Circuits
Identify, select, and properly handle resistors,
fuses and other protective devices, control
devices, and EMF producing devices.
Lay out electronic components with which to
construct circuits and sub-systems.
                                                         Level of
      Content Standards and Objectives                                  Date   Comments
                                                   1    2   3   4   5

Use an EMF, conductors, various control
devices, protective devices, and various
types of loads to construct, observe, and
record results of basic electrical circuits.
Construct and analyze voltage and current
divider networks.
Locate and replace faulty components in
series, parallel, and complex DC circuits.
Locate and repair continuity problems in DC
Use an ammeter to measure the current
flowing in opened and closed circuits.
Use power supplies and VOM’s/DMM’s to
obtain active DC circuit measurements.
Use an oscilloscope to analyze DC circuitry.
Use computer software to analyze DC

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