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K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Electronics

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K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Electronics

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K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Electronics

  1. 1. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 1Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 1: USE OF HANDTOOLSDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Identifying appropriatehand tools• Selecting appropriate handtools1. Appropriate hand tools areidentified.2. Hand tools are selectedaccording to the taskrequirements.LO1.Plan andprepare fortasks to beundertaken.1. Drawing the different toolsused in electronic draftingand giving their functions(matrix form).2. Drawing a project plan of asoldering activity.3. Practicing soldering usingcopper wires with specifiedsizes in diameter andlength.• Written test• Performance test6 hours• Operation of hand tools• Function of hand tools• Common faults of handtools• Safety requirements forhandling tools1. Appropriate hand tools arechecked for proper operationand safety.2. Unsafe or faulty tools areidentified.3. All tools for repair according tostandard company proceduresare marked.LO2. Prepare handtools.• Performance test• Function of tools• Safety requirements oftools• Proper use of tools1. Tools are used according totasks undertaken.2. All safety procedures in usingtools are observed at alltimes.3. Malfunctions, unplanned orunusual events are reported tothe supervisor.LO3. Useappropriatehand toolsand testequipment.• Performance test• Maintenance of tools• Storage of tools• Standard operational1. Tools are used according totasks undertaken.2. Routine maintenance of toolsLO4. Maintainhand tools.1. Performing preventivemaintenance on electronictools and equipment.• Performance test
  2. 2. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 2Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment Durationprocedures, principles,and techniques inmaintaining toolsare undertaken according tostandard operationalprocedures, principles andtechniques.3. Tools are stored safely inappropriate locations inaccordance withmanufacturers specificationsor standard operatingprocedures.2. Performing functionalarrangement of electronichand tools and equipmentin cabinet.
  3. 3. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 3Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 2: PERFORMING MENSURATION AND CALCULATIONDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Types of components andobjects to be identified• Correct specificationsrelevant sources• Measuring tools selectingthe job requirements• Work instruction• Communication skills1. Object or component to bemeasured is identified.2. Correct specifications areobtained from relevant source.3. Appropriate measuringinstrument is selected in linewith job requirement.LO1.Selectmeasuringinstrument.1. Draw the resistor colorcoding chart.2. Identify different resistorsbased on their color codedvalue.• Written test• Performance test6 hours• Appropriate measuringinstruments to be used• Using accuratemeasurements for thetasks given.• Using the fourfundamental mathematicaloperations• Introducing properprocedure in calculatingfractions, percentages,and mixed numbers• Interpreting workinstruction1. Appropriate measuringinstruments are selected toachieve required outcome.2. Accurate measurements areobtained for job specifications.3. Calculations needed tocomplete work tasks areperformed using the fourfundamental operations(addition, subtractions,multiplication and division)4. Calculation involving fractions,percentages, and mixednumbers are used to completeworkplace tasks.5. Instruments are read to thelimit accuracy of the tool.. LO2. Carry outmeasurementandcalculation.1. Measuring resistors valueand compare to their color-coded value.2. Computing for the tolerancevalues of resistors.3. Solving problems involvingOhm’s Law and Power Law.• Performace test• Written test• Written test
  4. 4. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 4Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment Duration• Using appropriateinstruments tools to avoiddamage.• Proper procedure incleaning up the workplacebefore and after using• Identifying the properstorage of the instrumentsto be kept that met themanufacturer’sspecifications andstandard to avoid damagein mismatching.• Reading skills required tointerpret work instruction1. Measuring instruments are notdropped to avoid damage.2. Measuring instruments arecleaned before and after using.3. Proper storage of instrumentsis undertaken according to themanufacturer’s specificationsand standard operatingprocedures.LO3. Maintainmeasuringinstrument.1. Demonstrating proper careand handling tools andinstruments in testingelectronic components.• Written test• Performance test8 hours
  5. 5. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 5Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 3: PREPARING AND INTERPRETING TECHNICAL DRAWINGDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Drawing conventions• Symbols• Dimensioningconventions• Mark-p/ notation ofdrawings1. Correct technical drawing isselected according to jobrequirements.2. Technical drawings aresegregated in accordance withthe types and kinds of drawings.LO1. Identifydifferent kindsof technicaldrawings.1. Drawing the differentelectronic symbols with theircorresponding physicalappearance.• Performance test 8 hours• Interpreting workinstructions• Interpreting electrical/electronic signs andsymbols1. Components, assemblies orobjects are recognized asrequired.2. Dimensions of the key featuresof the objects depicted in thedrawing are correctly identified.3. Symbols used in the drawingare identified and interpretedcorrectly.4. Drawing are checked andvalidated against jobrequirements or equipment inaccordance with standardoperating procedures.LO2. Interprettechnicaldrawing.1. Drawing the schematic andpictorial diagrams of thefollowing circuits:a. Blinkerb. Power supply• Performance test• Tools and equipment fordrawing1. Electrical/ electronic schematicdiagrams are drawn andcorrectly identified.2. Correct drawing are identified,equipment are selected andLO3. Prepare/Makechanges onelectrical/electronicschematic1. Converting the unregulatedpower supply to regulatedone.•Written test• Performance test
  6. 6. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 6Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment Durationused in accordance with jobrequirements.diagrams.
  7. 7. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 7Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 4: APPLYING QUALITY STANDARDSDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Interpret work instruction• Workplace standards andspecifications• Procedures in obtainingand carrying out workinstructions• Quality checkingprocedures• Fault identification andreporting• Safety and environmentalaspects of productionprocess1. Work instructions are obtainedand work is carried out inaccordance with standardoperating procedures.2. Received materials arechecked against workplacestandards and specifications.3. Faulty materials related towork are identified andisolated.4. Faults and any identifiedcauses are recorded and/orreported to the supervisorconcerned in accordance withworkplace procedures.5. Faulty materials are replacedin accordance with workplaceprocedures.LO1. Assessquality ofreceivedmaterials.1. Mounting electroniccomponents on breadboardfollowing the proper way ofconnecting componentswith polarity considerations.• Performance test 6 hours• Communication skillsneeded to interpret andapply defined workprocedures• Errors (deviation fromcustomer and ororganizationrequirements)1. Documentation relative toquality within the company isidentified and used.2. Completed work is checkedagainst workplace standardsand specifications.3. Errors are identified andisolated.LO2. Assess ownwork.1. Identifying the differentquality standards todetermine errors and sub-standard materials used.• Written test
  8. 8. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 8Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment Duration4. Information on the quality andother indicators of productionprocedures are recorded inaccordance with workplaceprocedures.5. In cases of deviation fromspecific quality standards,causes are documented andreported in accordance withthe workplace standardoperating procedures.• Relevant productionprocesses, materials andproducts• Safety and environmentalaspects of productionprocesses• Quality improvementprocesses1. Process improvementprocedures are observedrelative to workplaceassignment.2. Work is carried out inaccordance with processimprovement procedures.3. Performance of operation orquality of product and serviceto ensure customersatisfaction is monitored.LO3. Engage inqualityimprovement.
  9. 9. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SERVICING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 9Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 5: OBSERVING OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETYDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Health hazards in thework area• Occupational risks• Personal protectiveequipmentSafety nets in the workarea1. Health hazards andoccupational risks areidentified.2. Safety nets are formulatedand installed.3. Protective equipment areidentified.Occupational health andsafety practices are observed.LO1. Identifyhealthhazards andoccupationalrisks.6 hours• Measures advancingoccupational health.• Safety practices inelectronics laboratory.1. Measures advancingoccupational health areobserved.2. Safety procedures arepracticed.LO2 .Observeoccupationalhealth andsafetypractices.40 hours

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