Instructor: Brett Anderson
School: Benson Polytechnic H.S.
School year: 2014-15
Course number: 0915AD
Course title: Automotive Diesel 4
Subject: CTE-Career & Tech Ed
Grade level(s): 12
Credits: 2
Course description:
ODE Industrial and Engineering Systems/ Automotive and Heavy Equipment Service Cluster. Focus Area: Automotive Technology. Industry-Based Knowledge and Skill Sets with Performance Indicators (KSIPI)
Office D-113 office hours 7:00-8:00am phone 916-5100
P.C.C. Dual Credit equivalent: am100 am111 am161
Prerequisites:
Automotive 3
Standards and final proficiencies:
ODE Industrial and Engineering Systems/ Automotive and Heavy Equipment Service Cluster. Focus Area: Automotive Technology. Industry-Based Knowledge and Skill Sets with Performance Indicators (KSIPI)

Students will be evaluated by completion of hands on worksheets (competency’s), tests and quizzes. Students will also be evaluated on their shop work including work habits, class participation, following class safety rules and shop cleanup.
Schedule of topics/units covered:
Unit1) Orientation2) Shop Safety 3) Automotive Computer Input Sensors and Components (AHTA10.09.05.04); Verify engine-operating temperature.4) Automotive Computerized Hardware/Software Processing5) Automotive Computer Controlled Outputs and Control Devices (AHTA10.07.05.02); Identify and inspect antilock brake system (ABS) components.6) OBD I and OBD II System Operational Strategies (AHTA10.09.05.07); Obtain and interpret scan tool data, retrieve and record stored OBD I and OBD II (Onboard Diagnostic) diagnostic trouble codes; clear codes.7) OBD I and OBD II System Diagnosis and Repair (AHTA10.08.05.12); Demonstrate the proper use of a DMM (digital multimeter), including source voltage, voltage drop, current flow, and continuity. 8) Computer Module Multiplexing9) Introduction to Diesel Engines (AHTA10.08.05.19, AHTA10.05.05.18); Remove, inspect, and install generator (alternator); Remove and install starter in a vehicle.10) Diesel Injection Fundamentals 11) Heavy Duty Equipment Fundamentals12) Truck Air Brake Systems (AHTA10.07.05.01); Inspect brake lines, flexible hoses, and fittings for leaks, dents, kinks, rust, cracks, bulging or wear; tighten loose fittings and support.13) Preventative Maintenance Program (AHTA10.10.05.05, AHTA10.03, AHTA10.10.05.12, AHTA10.05.05.02, AHTA10.05.05.03): Inspect power train mounts; Inspect and replace engine cooling and heater system hoses; Test coolant; drain and recover coolant; flush and refill cooling system with recommended coolant; bleed air as required; Remove and replace radiator.14) Heating and Air Conditioning15) Charging, Starting, and Lighting Systems (AHTA10.08.05.04): Check electrical circuits using fused jumper wires, locate shorts, grounds, opens, and resistance problems in electrical/electronic circuits.16) Basic Aircraft Principals of Technology17) Fastener Metallurgy and Lock Wiring Techniques (AHTA10.10.05.04): Perform common fastener and thread repair to include, remove broken bolt, restore internal and external threads, and repair internal threads with thread insert.18) Structural and Sheet Metal Repair19) Flight and Utility Hydraulic System Fundamentals/Operations20) Electrical System Fundamentals/Operations (AHTA10.08.05.04):Check electrical circuits using fused jumper wires, locate shorts, grounds, opens, and resistance problems in electrical/electronic circuits.21) Power Plant Systems Disassembly/Reassembly22) Live Aircraft Engine Test Cell Sessions (AHTA10.08.05.10): Start a vehicle using jumper cables and a battery or auxiliary power supply.
Academic vocabulary:
Technical reading, comprehension and writing.
District adopted materials:
N/A
Supplemental resources:
Modern Automotive Technology,(Text)Industry related publications including manufacturer repair proceedure and specifications manuals, Mitchel On Demand, and data obtained from various trade publications and media.
Differentiation/accessibility strategies and support (TAG, ELL, SpEd, other):
The differentiation strategies used in this course are based on the evidence (data) received through multiple forms of pre, ongoing, and formative assessments. Described here are the types of assessments used and specific differentiation strategies in place to meet the needs of ALL learners (including TAG, ESL, Special Ed...)

Differentiated Instruction:
Differentiated instructional methods are used to reach students of all levels including TAG, ELL and Special Education.
Curriculum compacting provides alternative activities for students who have already mastered curriculum content.
Accelerating or decelerating the pace that students move through curriculum. Students demonstrating a high level of competence can work through the curriculum at a faster pace. Students experiencing difficulties may need adjusted activities that allow for a slower pace in order to experience success.
Flexible grouping allows students to be appropriately challenged. As student performance will vary it is important to have students rotate between groups.
Tiered activities are a series of related tasks of varying complexity. All of these activities relate to essential understanding and key skills that students need to acquire. Activities are assigned as alternative ways of reaching the same goals taking into account individual student needs.
All students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities such as after school Skills USA and Automotive Competition Club (CRLE).

Assessment Strategies:
Various assessment activities include journals, reading comprehension (automotive job sheets), Cornell notes, written auto work orders, tests, teacher & student evaluation of shop assignments and the Oregon Skill Sets Automotive assessment.
Career-related learning experiences (CRLEs):
  • Field trips
  • Guest speakers
  • Career Information System (CIS)
  • Internships
  • Project-based Learning
  • Service Learning
  • Mentorships for students
ODE Essential Skills and related Work Samples:
Assessment/evaluation/grading policy:
Students will be evaluated by completion of hands on worksheets (competency’s), tests and quizzes. Students will also be evaluated on their shop work including work habits, class participation, following class safety rules and shop cleanup. All work will be given a point value,points will be totaled at the end of quarter and grades determined as follows:100-90%=A 89-80%=B 79-70=%C 69-60%=D Below 60%=F
Behavioral expectations:
Comply with the uniform Benson High School Student Expectations/ Uniform Safety Code, School District 1 Student’s Rights and Responsibilities, and the Transportation Department Syllabus.
Safety issues and requirements:
Comply with the Benson High School Uniform Safety Code

Approved by Jeandre Carbone on 9/10/2014.