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					            GREATER ALTOONA CAREER AND
               PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                                    Math            English                      Science               Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                      Competency                                 Anchor        Standards                      Standards                  Standards
Duty 100: Introduction to Carpentry
10 Introduction to Carpentry                                               1.6.11 - A & D                          3.1.10A            13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E

20   GACTC Policies and Procedures                                         1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.1.10A            13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           D
30   Carpentry rules & regulations                                           1.2.11 - A,                           3.1.10A            13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           B & 1.6.11
40   GACTC/Carpentry grading system                                        1.6.11--A, D
                                                                                    A, D                           3.1.10A            13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E

50   Job opportunities available in the field of Carpentry                 1.6.11 - A, D                           3.1.10A            13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E

60   Carpentry interest survey                                             1.4.11 - B                              3.1.10A            13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E



Duty 150: Leadership
10 Introduction to school student organizations                            1.6.11 - A, D                                                   13.1.11A,B,C,E


Duty 200: General Shop Safety
10 Procedures to follow in case of an emergency                            1.6.11 - A, D                                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                                                           3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
20   Proper emergency evacuation procedures                                1.6.11 - A , D                                             13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                                                           3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
30   Causes and results of accidents                                       1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
40   Construction site job hazards                                         1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
50   Working safely with job hazards                                       1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
60   Personal protective equipment                                         1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
70   Lifting safety                                                        1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
80   Aerial work safety                                                    1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
90   Hazardous materials safety                              M11.E.1.1.2   1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
100 Fire safety                                                            1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
110 Electrical safety                                                      1.1.11 - A, E, F   & 1.6.11 -                              13.1.11A,B,C,E   13.2.11E
                                                                           A, D                            3.1.10A, 3.7.10A,3.8.10A
                   PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                        Math            English                  Science           Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                     Competency                      Anchor        Standards                   Standards           Standards
Duty 250: Reading the Ruler
10 Measure using the English system of measure   M5.B.2.1.1    1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,         3.1.10A
                                                               D
20   Measure using the Metric system             M5.B.2.1.1    1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,         3.1.10A
                                                               D

Duty 300: Mathematics Used by the Carpenter
10 Addition of whole numbers                     M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
20   Addition of fractions                       M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
30   Addition of mixed numbers                   M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
40   Subtraction of whole numbers                M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
50   Subtraction of fractions                    M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
60   Subtraction of mixed numbers                M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
70   Multiplication of whole numbers             M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
80   Multiplication of fractions                 M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
90   Multiplication of mixed numbers             M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
100 Division of whole numbers                    M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
110 Division of fractions                        M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
120 Division of mixed numbers                    M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
125 Addition of decimals                         M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
130 Subtraction of decimals                      M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
135 Multiplication of decimals                   M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
140 Division of decimals                         M8.A.3.3.1    1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
145 Conversion of decimals to fractions          M11.A.1.1.1   1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
150 Conversion of fractions to decimals          M11.A.1.1.1   1.1.11 - A, F   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                               D
                    PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                             Math           English                      Science                Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                     Competency                           Anchor       Standards                      Standards                    Standards
Duty 350: Lumber and Building Materials
10 Methods of sawing lumber                                        1.2.11 - A, B   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.8.10B        13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D, F
20   Methods of drying lumber                                      1.2.11 - A, B   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.8.10B        13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D, F
30   Defects in lumber                                             1.2.11 - A, B   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.8.10B        13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D, F
40   Cabinet lumber grading                                        1.2.11 - A, B   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.8.10B        13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D, F
50   Construction lumber grading                                   1.2.11 - A, B   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.8.10B        13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D, F
60   Manufacture of reconstituted wood products                    1.2.11 - A, B   & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.8.10B        13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D, F

Duty 400: Fasteners
10 Identify different types of nails                               1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.1.10A                  13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D
20   Identify different types of screws                            1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.7.10A                  13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D
30   Identify various specialty fasteners                          1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.1.10A                  13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D

Duty 450: Adhesives and Abrasives
10 Identify types of glue and their uses                           1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.1.10A                  13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D
20   Identify types of construction adhesive                       1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.7.10A                  13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D
30   Identify abrasive products used in woodworking                1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.4.10A                  13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                   D

Duty 500: Handtools
10 Measuring and layout tools                         M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.1.10A              13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                   D, F                                                        13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Sawing tools                                                  1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.7.10A              13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                   D, F                                                        13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

30   Planing and scraping tools                                    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,             3.7.10B              13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                   D, F                                                        13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40   Driving and drawing tools                                     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,                                  13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                   D, F                                                        13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50   Screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers, and sockets                   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,                                  13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                   D, F                                                        13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                   PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                                           Math              English                    Science                Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                     Competency                                         Anchor             Standards                 Standards                    Standards
Duty 550: Portable Power Tools
10 Demonstrate the ability to operate a portable power saw                          1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D, F                                                      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Demonstrate the ability to operate an electric miter box       M11.B.2.1.1 &   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
30   Demonstrate the ability to operate a reciprocating saw         M5.B.2.1.1      D
                                                                                    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A        13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                                                                                                                                               13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
40   Demonstrate the ability to operate a saber saw                                 D
                                                                                    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A        13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                                                                                                                                               13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D, F                                                      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50 Demonstrate the ability to operate a portable power                              1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
plane                                                                               D                                                         13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50   Demonstrate the ability to operate belt sander                                 1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D, F                                                      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

60   Demonstrate the ability to operate finish sanders                              1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D, F                                                      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

70   Demonstrate the ability to operate a portable electric drill                   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D, F                                                      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

80   Demonstrate the ability to operate a router                                    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D                                                         13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

90   Demonstrate the ability to operate pneumatic nailers                           1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D                                                         13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

100 Demonstrate the ability to operate powder-actuated                              1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A         13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
fastening tools                                                                     D                                                         13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B



Duty   600: Leveling Instruments and Building Layout
10     Demonstrate the ability to set up leveling instruments                       1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.6.10C    13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
20     Demonstrate an understanding of the graduated circle         M11.C.1.1.1     D
                                                                                    1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.6.10C   13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                                                                                                                                               13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
30     Demonstrate the ability to establish building lines          M5.B.2.1.1      D
                                                                                    1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.6.10C   13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                                                                                                                                               13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D                                                         13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40     Demonstrate the ability to layout and stake a building       M5.B.2.1.1      1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.6.10C    13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
50     Demonstrate the ability establish grade levels               M5.B.2.1.1      D
                                                                                    1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.6.10C   13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                                                                                                                                               13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D                                                         13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

60     Demonstrate the ability to run straight lines with transit                   1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.6.10C    13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D                                                         13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

70     Demonstrate the ability to run vertical lines with transit                   1.1.11 - A, F & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.7.10A, 3.6.10C    13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                    D                                                         13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B



Duty 650: Blueprints, Specifications, and Codes
10 Identify the major plan groups in a set of drawings                              1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.1.10B             13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                                    D
20   Identify the components of a blueprint                                         1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.1.10B             13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                                    D
30 Demonstrate the ability to scale a drawing using                 M11.A.2.1.3     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.1.10B             13.1.11A,B,C,E
open/divided scale                                                                  D
                  PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                                   Math            English                 Science           Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                    Competency                                  Anchor         Standards                 Standards           Standards
40 Demonstrate the ability to take information from a       M11.A.2.1.3,   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
drawing                                                     M11.E.1.1.2    D
50 Demonstrate the ability to identify materials using                     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
symbols and abbreviations                                                  D
60 Demonstrate the ability to interpret a finish schedule   M11.E.1.1.2    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
                                                                           D
70 Demonstrate the ability to read/interpret written        M11.E.1.1.2                                  3.1.10A, 3.1.10B     13.1.11A,B,C,E
specifications
                   PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                                          Math            English                     Science              Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                      Competency                                       Anchor         Standards                    Standards                  Standards
Duty 700: Rigging
10 Identify the various types of slings used for rigging                          1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A      13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D                                                      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Identify the various types of hitches used for rigging                       1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A      13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D                                                      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

30   Identify the various types of rigging hardware that is used                  1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,       3.1.10A, 3.7.10A      13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D                                                      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40   Identify the various types of hoists used in construction


Duty 750: Floor Systems
10 Demonstrate an understanding of the methods of                                 1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
residential framing                                                               D, F                               3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Layout and construct a floor assembly                         M5.B.2.1.1     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D, F                               3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

30   Install different types of bridging                                          1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D, F                               3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40   Install joists for a cantilevered floor                                      1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D, F                               3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50   Install subfloor material                                     M5.B.2.1.1 &   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                   M11.B.2.2.1    D, F                               3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

60 Install a single floor system using tongue and groove           M5.B.2.1.1 &                                 3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
materials                                                          M11.B.2.2.1                                       3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B



Duty 800: Wall and Ceiling Framing
10 Layout wall and partition locations on the floor                M5.B.2.1.1     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Cut studs, trimmers, cripples, and headers to dimension                      1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

30   Assemble inside & outside corners and headers                 M5.B.2.1.1     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40   Construct wall sections                                       M5.B.2.1.1     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50   Layout and install ceiling joist                              M5.B.2.1.1                                   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                                                         3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B



Duty 850: Roof Framing
10 Layout rafter locations on the top plate and ridge board        M5.B.2.1.1     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                  D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Layout, cut, and erect rafters for a gable roof               M5.B.2.1.1 &   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                   M11.C.1.4      D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                   PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                                        Math            English                     Science              Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                     Competency                                      Anchor         Standards                    Standards                  Standards
30   Frame a gable end with a vent opening                       M5.B.2.1.1 &   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                 M11.B.2.1.1    D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40   Frame an opening in a roof                                  M5.B.2.1.1     1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50 Layout, cut, and erect rafters for an intersecting hip roof   M5.B.2.1.1 &   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
with a valley                                                    M11.C.1.4      D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

60   Apply roof sheathing                                        M11.B.2.2.1    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D, F                                   3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

70   Erect trusses for a gable roof                              M5.B.2.1.1                                   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                                                       3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                   PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                                         Math           English                     Science              Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                     Competency                                       Anchor        Standards                    Standards                  Standards
Duty 900: Windows and Exterior Doors
10 Install a double-hung window unit                              M5.B.2.1.1,   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                  M11.E.1.1.2   D                                      3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Install a metal threshold                                    M5.B.2.1.1    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                      3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

30   Install weather stripping                                    M5.B.2.1.1    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                      3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40   Install an exterior pre-hung door unit                       M5.B.2.1.1,   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                  M11.E.1.1.2   D                                      3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50   Install a lock set on an entry door                          M5.B.2.1.1    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                      3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

60   Install an entry door frame, casing, door, and lock          M5.B.2.1.1                                  3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                                                       3.6.10C           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B



Duty 950: Site Layout One: Distance Measurement and
Leveling
10 Interpret site/plot plans and topographical maps               M11.A.2.1.3   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20 Demonstrate the ability to interpret and establish site        M11.A.2.1.3   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
layout control points                                             M11.E.1.1.2   D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

30      Demonstrate the ability to communicate using hand                       1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
signals                                                                         D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40    Demonstrate the ability to measure using the                M5.B.2.1.1    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
measurement tools required for site layout                                      D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50     Demonstrate the ability to measure distance using          M5.B.2.1.1    1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
electronic measuring tools                                                      D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

60    Demonstrate the ability to set up and use leveling tools                  1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
and equipment                                                                   D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

70      Demonstrate the ability to set up and use batter boards                 1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
to do layout                                                                    D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

80    Demonstrate the ability to layout using the 6 – 8 – 10      M11.C.1.4.1                                 3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
method                                                                                                             3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B



Duty 1000: Concrete and Reinforcing Materials
10    Identify various types of concrete, materials that make     M11.A.2.1.3   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
up concrete, and admixture used for concrete                                    D                                      3.7.10B           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20     Demonstrate an understanding of special types of                         1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
concrete, curing methods, and testing procedures                                D                                      3.7.10B           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

30     Demonstrate the ability to estimate concrete volumes       M11.B.2.2.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                      3.7.10B           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                   PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                             Math     English         Science              Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                     Competency                            Anchor   Standards      Standards                  Standards
40     Identify the different kinds of metal reinforcing                        3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
materials and their uses                                                                 3.7.10B           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                   PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                                          Math          English                     Science              Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                     Competency                                        Anchor       Standards                    Standards                  Standards
Duty 1050: Foundations and Flatwork
10     Identify the factors that determine the size and shape of                1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
footings                                                                        D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20     Layout and construct forms for a continuous footing         M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
30     Layout and construct forms for a pile cap                   M5.B.2.1.1   D
                                                                                1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,        3.6.10A, 3.7.10B
                                                                                                              3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                                                                                                                                          13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40     Layout and construct forms for a pier footing               M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50     Layout and construct forms for a grade beam                 M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

60    Construct and disassemble edge forms for a slab-on-          M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
grade with an existing foundation                                               D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

70    Construct and disassemble edge forms for a slab-on-          M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
grade with an integral foundation                                               D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

80     Set screeds on grade                                        M5.B.2.1.1

Duty 1100: Concrete Forms                                                       1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

10   Construct ganged forms for a battered wall                    M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Construct radius wall forms                                   M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

30   Construct forms for a square column                           M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40   Construct a spandrel beam form                                M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

50   Construct an interior beam form                               M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

60   Construct forms for a solid concrete stairs                   M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

70   Construct forms for earth-supported stairs with open sides M5.B.2.1.1      1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                  3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

80   Construct forms for suspended stairs with open sides          M5.B.2.1.1                                 3.1.10A, 3.1.10B, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                                                   3.6.10A, 3.7.10B      13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
Duty 1150: Manufactured Forms
10 Construct a straight wall with patented forms                   M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.6.10C, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                      3.7.10B           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

20   Construct forms for a two-way joint system                    M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.6.10C, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                                D                                      3.7.10B           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B
                   PSSA Standards & Anchors

Program: Carpentry-Construction                               Math          English                     Science              Career & Work
Instructor: Philip DeHaas


                     Competency                             Anchor       Standards                    Standards                  Standards
30   Construct forms for a one-way joint system         M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.6.10C, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                     D                                      3.7.10B           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

40   Construct, set up , and strip a flying slab form   M5.B.2.1.1   1.2.11 - A, B & 1.6.11 - A,   3.1.10A, 3.6.10C, 3.7.10A, 13.1.11A,B,C,E 13.2.11E
                                                                     D                                      3.7.10B           13.3.11A,B,C,E 13.4.11A,B

				
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