CURRICULUM MAP: 10197.map
A+ PC Repair and Maintenance (SCP) 799
A+ Core Hardware Unit Two (Chapter 3)
TIME FRAME: 2 Weeks
MAP LEVEL: 1
12.0 BUSINESS EDUCATION
-- Students will describe current and emerging computer architecture; configure, install, and upgrade hardware; diagnose and repair hardware problems.
-- Students will gather, evaluate, use, and cite information from information technology sources.
-- Students will describe positions and career paths in information technology.
02.0 HEALTH AND SAFETY
-- Students will practice responsible behaviors associated with mature, young adult interaction
03.0 LANGUAGE ARTS
-- Students will proofread and edit for grammar, spelling, punctuation and capitalization; students will demonstrate command of capitalization, punctuation, usage and spelling skills, and utilize effective strategies and appropriate resources for proofreading and editing.
04.2 LRIT - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
-- Students will observe all ethical and legal restraints in copying or using material from any print, nonprint or electronic resources
-- Students will observe local, state and national laws and policies and procedures regarding the use of computers, other technologies and networks
-- Students will independently select and use an appropriate search engine or directory related to a specific task
1. What is the boot process and what are some tools for troubleshooting a failed boot?
2. What are the many commands that are used at the command prompt?
Understanding the Boot Process and Command Line
Students in Computer Repair will develop the ability to:
--Identify some tools for troubleshooting a failed boot and explain the boot process.
--Demonstrate the many commands at the command prompt.
All students will:
--Realize that knowledge and mastery of specific hardware or software skills are not the end-goals of information technology courses,
--Understand that it is the student's ability to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate situations at home, school, or work, and then apply technology to solve problems and complete tasks efficiently and effectively, that is of lasting value.
(National Standards for Business Education 2001)
Tests - consist of True/False, Multiple Choice, Matching, Fill-in, and Short Answer questions.
Quizzes - consist of True/False, Fill-in, and Short Answer questions.
Case Projects - Contain "out of the box" questions that students must think about to find an answer.