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Engineering CAD (SCP) 772
Unit 5: Career Research Paper
TIME FRAME: 2 weeks
MAP LEVEL: 2
09.0 TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION
-- Students will demonstrate an ability to complete a detail design for any given embodiment design
-- Students will operate a computer-aided drafting (CAD) system
-- Students will differentiate between the problem solving and engineering design processes
-- Students will describe the detail design phase of the engineering design process
-- Students will research and report on a technological career
-- Students will develop a solution for a real-life problem
-- Students will explore, construct and use a variety of estimation strategies
-- Students will choose appropriate tools and techniques to measure quantities to specified degrees of precision and accuracy
-- Students will use real-life experiences, concrete objects and technology to explore and understand properties of 2-and 3-dimensional geometric shapes
-- Students will solve real-world problems using geometric concepts.
-- Students will classify data according to attributes
04.2 LRIT - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
-- Students will use input devices (e.g., mouse, keyboard, remote control) and output devices (e.g., monitor, printer) to successfully operate computers, VCRs, audio tapes, and other technologies
-- Students will communicate about technology using developmentally appropriate and accurate terminology
-- Students will independently operate school computers and demonstrate ability to use the system's software and special features
-- Students will use keyboards and other common input and output devices (including adaptive devices when necessary) efficiently and effectively
-- Students will demonstrate positive social and ethical behaviors when using technology
-- Students will demonstrate an understanding of the concept of ownership of ideas and information by respecting and observing laws and/or guidelines for using information, hardware and networks
04.2 LRIT - COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
-- Students will observe local, state and national laws and policies and procedures regarding the use of computers, other technologies and networks
-- Students will select and apply technology tools for research, information analysis, problem-solving and decision-making in content learning
-- Students will use technology resources (e.g., puzzles, logical thinking programs, writing tools, digital cameras, drawing tools) for problem solving, communication, and illustration of thoughts, ideas and stories
-- Students will independently use technology to search for and identify potential work, career or study opportunities
-- Students will use scientific knowledge and ways of thinking in personal decision making.
-- Students will recognize possible negative consequences to people, other organisms or the environment, of technological solutions to specific problems
-- Students will identify alternative strategies to solve existing and potential environmental or technological problems
-- Students will identify careers that use science and technology
-- Students will explain interrelationships between science and technology (e.g., building a bridge, designing a better running shoe);
-- Students will understand that engineers, architects and others who engage in design and technology use scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
1. How is a career in engineering researched?
Assignment #11: Introduction to Engineering and Career Research: Research Paper
Student in Engineering CAD will develop the ability to:
-- Research a career in an engineering field.
All students will:
--Research a career in an engineering field.
Effort/attitude/participation = 50% of grade
Assessed daily, recorded as a weekly grade
Assigned Drawing Projects = 50% of grade
Assessed for quality of workmanship and meeting scheduled deadlines
Print a rough draft of the research paper of a career.
Print a completed research paper of a career.
Guidelines for the research paper.
Students will select a career to research in an area of engineering, based upon his/her personal interests. Teacher must approve of the topic before the paper is started.