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Examining Industry Aspects
Due Date: 9/24/2017
Subject: Small Engine Repair
                                
 
 
 
                        
     

Teacher:        Mr.  Franklin Stacy

     
     

Subject:       Small Engine Repair, Small Engine Technology I, II

     
     

Week       of:  September 25th-September 29th, 2017

     
   

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
     

 

     
     

MONDAY

     
     

TUESDAY

     
     

WEDNESDAY

     
     

THURSDAY

     
     

FRIDAY

     
     

Competencies

     
     

(WP) 22-29

     
     

(WP) 22-29

     
     

(WP) 22-29

     
     

(WP) 22-29

     
     

(WP) 22-29

     
     

8724,       8725

     
     

Examining All Aspects of the       Industry

     
     

Examining       All Aspects of the Industry

     
     

Examining       All Aspects of the Industry

     
     

Examining       All Aspects of the Industry

     
     

Examining       All Aspects of the Industry

     
     

8726

     
     

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Instructional       Objective

     

TSWBAT

     
     

Understand the planning       involved in the small engine industry as related to its management.

     

Demonstrate knowledge using a       4-cycle engine

     
     

Relate financial aspects       within a small engine organization as related to the responsibility of       those who work and operate such shops.

     

Demonstrate knowledge using a       4-cycle engine

     
     

Demonstrate the technical and       production skills required of workers in the small engine industry.

     

Understand the labor issues       associated with such organizations.

     

Demonstrate knowledge using a       4-cycle engine

     
     

Understand the community       issues relevant to Buchanan County which relate to this industry in the       coal fields and farming communities.

     

Demonstrate knowledge using a       4-cycle engine

     
     

Discuss health, safety, and

     

Environmental issues.

     

Demonstrate knowledge using

     

4-cycle engine.

     
     

Instructional       Procedure(s)

     
     

Demonstration and discussion

     

Explain the difference between       metric and standard tools and math related to each.

     
     

Examine Tools and Identify

     

Demonstrate proper safety       attire

     
     

ONCE AGAIN REMIND TO BRING       TOOL FEES!

     

Use the Internet to research       such organizations; example SKILLSUSA

     

Examine engines

     
     

Lack of computers to allow all       students to research part locations and schematic diagrams

     
     

Clean the shop

     
     

Materials

     
     

 Computer

     
     

Standard and Metric Tools

     
     

 Use the two computers in       the shop

     
     

 Use the two computers in       the shop

     
     

 

     
     

Assessment

     
     

 

     
     

 

     
     

 

     
     

 

     
     

 Test 20 questions

     
     

Teacher       Notes

     
     

 

     
     

 

     
     

  

     
     

 

     
     

 

     
   

                                                                     



Fuel System Procedures
Due Date: 12/11/2016
Subject: Small Engine Repair

Teacher:  Franklin Stacy

Subject: Small Engine Technology I, II

Week of December 12-December 21, 2016

 

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Competencies

(WP) 30-33

(WP) 30-33

(WP) 30-33

(WP)30-33

(WP) 30-33

8725

70-73, 74, 75, 76

70-73, 74, 75, 76

70-73, 74, 75, 76

70-73, 74, 75, 76

70-73, 74, 75, 76

8726

66-70

66-70

66-70

66-70

66-70

Instructional Objective

TSWBAT

Perform Servicing of Fuel System

Evaluate operation of carburetor

Determine fuel quality

Adjust diaphragm-type carburetor

Perform Servicing of Fuel System

Evaluate operation of carburetor

Determine fuel quality

Adjust diaphragm-type carburetor

 

Perform Servicing of Fuel System

Evaluate operation of carburetor

Determine fuel quality

Adjust diaphragm-type carburetor

Perform Servicing of Fuel System

Evaluate operation of carburetor

Determine fuel quality

Adjust diaphragm-type carburetor

Perform Servicing of Fuel System

Evaluate operation of carburetor

Determine fuel quality

Adjust diaphragm-type carburetor

Instructional Procedure(s)

Workplace Readiness

Fuel System

Hands-on-Work on actual machine

Questions                   

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

 

Workplace Readiness

Fuel System

Hands-on-Work on actual machine

Questions

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Workplace Readiness

Fuel System

Hands-on-Work on actual machine

Questions

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

Clean Shop

Assessment Test on Fuel Systems consisting of 20 questions

Workplace Readiness

Fuel System

Hands-on-Work on actual machine

Questions

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

Clean Shop

Finish any undone equipment work

Workplace Readiness

Fuel System

Hands-on-Work on actual machine

Questions

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Materials

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

 

 

 

 

 

 

*The majority of engines worked on in this classroom are manufactured by Briggs & Stratton

 



Determining an Engine Failure
Due Date: 11/6/2016
Subject: Small Engine Repair

 

 

Teacher:  Franklin Stacy

Subject: Small Engines I, II

Week of 7, 2016-November 11, 2016

 

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Competencies

(WP) 1-21

 

(WP) 1-21

(WP) 1-21

(WP) 1-21

8725

64-70

 

64-70

64-70

64-70

8726

66-70

 

66-70

66-70

66-70

Instructional Objective

TSWBAT

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

NO SCHOOL

ELECTION DAY

 

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

Discuss as a current event the ELECTION RESULTS

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

Instructional Procedure(s)

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                    

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

 

NO SCHOOL

ELECTION DAY

 

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                    

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                    

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                    

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Materials

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

 

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

 

 

 

 

 

 

*The majority of engines worked on in this classroom are manufactured by Briggs & Stratton

 

 


 

 

 



Pistons
Due Date: 10/31/2016
Subject: Small Engine Repair

Teacher: Franklin   Stacy

Subject: Small Engines I, II

Week of: October   31, 2016-November 4, 2016

 

 

 

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

 

Competencies

(WP) 1-21

(WP) 1-21

(WP) 1-21

(WP) 1-21

(WP) 1-21

 

8725

61, 62, 63, 64

61, 62, 63, 64

61, 62, 63, 64

61, 62, 63,64

61, 62, 63, 64

 

8726

62, 63, 64, 65, 66

62, 63, 64, 65, 66

62, 63, 64, 65, 66

62, 63, 64, 65, 66

62, 63, 64, 65, 66

 

Instructional Objective

TSWBAT

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

Explain the four-cycle theory

Install a Piston and Rings

SHAFT and oil seal

Instructional Procedure(s)

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                   

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using   appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                   

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using   appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                   

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using   appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                   

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using   appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

Workplace Readiness

4-Cycle Engine-Live Work

Questions                   

Review                       

Lecture

Hands On Work using   appropriate tools

Clean Shop

 

 

Materials

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

Standard and Metric Measuring Tools

 

Assessment

Review Questions

Live test to see if engine responds

Discuss Safety Issues and Prepare for future test

Quiz on internal combustion engine

10 questions

Review possible questions for safety test on Wednesday

Hands-on Demonstration Test

Safety Test

20 Questions

Test

10 questions

Return graded safety tests and determine if retesting is   necessary

Clean workstations

 

Teacher Notes

 

All teaching material is designed to meet SkillsUSA   membership

 

 

 

 

 



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