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Architecture and Construction (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
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1.) Demonstrate safety procedures as recognized by governing agencies and approved industry standards when testing and replacing components, or installing wiring.

Examples: lockout, tag-out

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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2.) Explain electrical hazards in the workplace.

•  Demonstrating how to avoid electrical hazards
•  Minimizing electrical hazards in situations where elimination is not possible
Architecture and Construction (2009)
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3.) Utilize formulas derived from Ohm's law and the Power law to calculate unknown electrical values.

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4.) Utilize various meters to measure voltage, current, and resistance.

Examples: voltage ohm millimeter (VOM), ammeter clamp-on, multimeter

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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5.) Verify the amount of power used by an electrical circuit.

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6.) Use Kirchoff's current law to calculate the total current in series, parallel, and combination circuits.

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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7.) Use Kirchoff's voltage law to calculate the total voltage drop in series, parallel, and combination circuits.

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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8.) Verify various electrical values using assorted test equipment.

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9.) Describe the purpose of the NEC.

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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10.) Utilize the NEC handbook to reference specific information.

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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11.) Define electrical terms and their symbols, including load, alternating current (AC ) voltage, direct current (DC) voltage, current, resistance, capacitance, inductance, frequency, and hertz.

•  Interpreting symbols for inductance, power supply, and resistance
•  Recognizing the relationship between alternating current and frequency
•  Recognizing the relationship between capacitance and sinc wave form
•  Interpreting symbols for inductance, power supply, and resistance
Architecture and Construction (2009)
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12.) Identify conductor insulation and jacket types according to application and conditions.

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13.) Interpret all markings and ratings on conductors and cables.

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14.) Install conductors in electro-metallic tubing and rigid conduit to specification.

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15.) Draw circuits according to written description of circuit function.

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16.) Describe the logical sequence and techniques used to identify and correct discrepancies in circuit function.

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17.) Explain the relationship of volts, amperes, ohms, watts, hertz, and periods in AC circuits.

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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18.) Demonstrate measurement of electrical quantities in AC circuits.

Example: measuring current in an energized circuit

Architecture and Construction (2009)
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19.) Explain electrical properties of a resistive-capacitive-inductive circuit.

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20.) Solve for various electrical values in a resistive-capacitive-inductive circuit.

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