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Aircraft Mechanics II by cYevV8B


									                                     Scope and Sequence

                    I = Introduced         P = Practiced         M= Mastered

                                                                               Grading Period
125.247 Aircraft Mechanics II (4) High School
                                                                   1       2       3    4       5   6
      (c.1)      The student knows the employability
                 characteristics of a successful worker in the
                 modern workplace. The student is expected to:
      (A)       identify employment opportunities, including
                entrepreneurship, and preparation requirements AM1
                for the field of aircraft services
      (B)       demonstrate the principles of group participation
                and leadership related to citizenship and career    AM1
      (C)       identify employers' expectations and appropriate
                work habits
      (D)       apply the competencies related to resources,
                information, systems, and technology in             AM3
                appropriate settings and situations
      (E)       demonstrate knowledge of the concepts and skills
                related to health and safety in the workplace, as AM3
                specified by appropriate government regulations
      (c.2)      The student relates core academic skills to the
                 requirements of aircraft services. The student is
                 expected to:
      (A)       demonstrate effective oral and written
                communication skills with individuals from
                varied cultures, including fellow workers,
                management, and customers
      (B)       complete repair orders and related paperwork       AM1/3
      (C)       estimate parts and labor costs on aircraft repair
      (D)       read and interpret appropriate schematics, charts,
                graphs, drawings, blueprints, service-repair
                manuals and bulletins, and federal aviation
      (c.3)      The student knows the concepts and skills that
                 form the core knowledge of aircraft services.
                 The student is expected to:
      (A)       demonstrate knowledge of aviation regulations
                that govern the construction, maintenance, and
        service of aircraft
(B)     demonstrate knowledge of aircraft navigation
        and electronic communication systems
(C)     contrast subsonic and supersonic flight             AM1
(D)     demonstrate knowledge of air-frame construction
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        and repair methods and techniques
(E)     demonstrate knowledge of aircraft assembly and
                                                                   IP   P    M
        rigging procedures
(F)     demonstrate knowledge of the fundamentals,
        service, and maintenance of aircraft engines,      AM1/3
        engine systems, and components
(c.4)     The student knows the function and application
          of the tools, equipment, technologies, and
          materials used in aircraft services. The student
          is expected to:
(A)     identify and select basic materials and processes
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        used in aircraft maintenance
(B)     safely use hand and power tools and equipment
        commonly employed in the maintenance and                   IP   P    M
        repair of aircraft
(C)     properly handle and dispose of humanly and/or
        environmentally hazardous materials used in         AM3
        maintaining and servicing aircraft
(D)     demonstrate knowledge of new and emerging
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        aircraft technologies
(c.5)     The student applies the concepts and skills of
          the trade to simulated and actual work
          situations. The student is expected to:
(A)     accurately calculate aircraft weight and balance AM3
(B)     predict flight time and fuel consumption            AM1
(C)     predict wind vector, drift, headings, and speed
        from meteorological information
(D)     perform required aircraft and engine inspections                IP   P
(E)     service and repair aircraft hydraulic and landing
        gear systems and components
(F)     apply the essential knowledge and skills in
        aircraft services to work-based learning
        experiences, including, but not limited to,        AM1/3
        cooperative education, job shadowing,
        mentoring, and apprenticeship training

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