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02/02/2010


1

CISCO
-
25
1


CCNA
1
,
Exploration


Network Fundamentals


Room LAC B201


LBCC
-

Class Number
34046

Evenings T/Th 7:00pm


9
:
24
pm


Prerequisite
:

None


DESCRIPTION:

5

Hours Lecture/Lab,
15

weeks 3 Units.
This is the

1
st

of four courses designed to provid
e students
with classroom and laboratory experience in current and
emerging networking technology that will empower them to
enter employment or further education and training in the
computer
-
networking field

The goal of this course is to
introduce you to f
undamental networking concepts and
technologies.



METHOD OF INSTRUCTION:

The course will include
lectures, problem solving, online instruction and hands on lab
experiments.


REQUIRED TEXTS:

Book 1

Network Fundamentals, CCNA Exploration
Companion Guide
,
I
SBN
-
13: 978
-
1587132032

Book 2:
Network Fundamentals, CCNA Exploration Labs and
Study Guide
,
ISBN
-
13: 978
-
1587132032


REQUIRED MATERIALS:
pen, p
aper, journal
(composition book or spiral notebook)
,
USB key,
floppy disk
OR ZIP disk


LABORATORY ASSIGNMENTS:
Ea
ch student will
complete the lab assignments. Each Lab assignment must be
completely filled in with all questions answered. The e
-
labs
are not to be considered a substitute for the hands on labs.

Additional labs may be assigned at the discretion of the
in
structor.

The online course materials have embedded Packet
Tracer activities that will launch on computers running
Windows® operating systems, if Packet Tracer is installed.


Case Study:

The
Network Desigh
Threaded Case Study
(TCS) will be completed by all

students. Project direction will
be provided by the instructor.


ATTENDANCE:

Class will start with a lecture followed by
lab time for the remainde
r of class time. Attendance is 15
% of
your grade. Roll will be at each class. Students are expected
to atte
nd and participate (answer questions and contribute to
discussions in class
)
. Each missed class will deduct from the
total points given for attendance unless the instructor is
notified in advance. Two late arrivals will equal one absence.
An instructor
may lower the grade or drop a student from a
class for too many absences. 90% attendance is required

to

receive a 100% attendance score. A student missing more than
two weeks in a row, or more than 20 percent of a course, shall
be dropped by the instruct
or. If there are special
circumstances, such as a long
-
term illness or death in the
immediate family, the student may be reinstated by decision of
the instructor.


EXAMINATION AND QUIZES:
There will be
up to

eleven

module exams, a final exam and a hand’s

on final exam. The
exams may include all of the topics presented prior to the
exam. The final exams will be comprehensive. Quizzes may
be unannounced and given at the discretion of the instructor.
The dates for the exams are on the outline. Cheating may

result in dismissal. No makeup quizzes or tests will be given.


FORMULA SHEETS and NOTES:

Are not allowed during
exams in this class.


SAFETY:

Students are REQUIRED to have their own safety
glasses and to wear them at all times during lab portions of th
e
class that involve the use of tools. Sandals and open toed
shoes are not allowed at any time in class. Points will be
deducted from attendance scores for not wearing safety
glasses and students will be sent home for non
-
compliant
footwear.


GRADING PR
OCEDURES:

The final course grade will be
determined by the tests, any quizzes given, labs, homework,
and attendance. Your grade will be based upon the following



Grading Percentages


Grading Scale


Final Exam online

4
0%

100
-

90

A


Attendance

15
%

89
-

80

B


Journal

& TCS

15
%

79
-

70

C


Quiz/Test Scores

15
%

69
-

60

D


Lab Final

15
%

60
-

0

F


ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:

Pagers and phones are not to
be heard by the in
structor (set to vibrate or off)

CD Players,
radios, tape players, MP3 players are not to be used

during
lecture or lab periods. Computers may be used for class work
only. Games being played on any electronic equipment will
result in the student being excused from class and an absence
recorded.


INSTRUCTOR:

Christine Stewart


Email:
cstewartlbccccna
@yahoo.com


Lab

Hours:

Tues
-
Thurs
:
8
:
3
0
pm

to
9
:
24
pm,



Saturdays: 9am


1:00pm



Extra Labs arranged by appointment


Modules vs. Chapters:

Module numbers reference the online
curriculum. Chapter numbers reference the printer text book.
Laboratory numb
ers and workbook numbers reference the
printed laboratory book and the journal/workbook.


Names on Books
: Write your name on all books. Insure it is
large and visible. If you prefer to take notes on paper rather
than in the journal, use a spiral notebook o
r a composition
book.

No

loose pages will be allowed during tests.




Journal = Composition book, journal book or spiral notebook

Graded on completeness and neatness

-

Three sections

1.

Notes from reading

e
ach chapter

section


2. Terminology



3. Lab notes and commands for each lab

02/02/2010

Lecture/Lab Outline, CISCO
-

251

Week

Chapter

Description

Homework

Tests & Labs

Week 1

02/02/2010


NO CLASS
-


Flex Day

Week 2

02/09/2010

CCNA 1

Chap. 1


Introduction to
Networking in the
Enterprise

CCNA
1

read

Chap. 1 Module 1

Chap. 1 Labs

Week 3

02/16/2010

CCNA
1


Chap. 2

LAN
/WAN Design


in
a Network
-
centric World

CCNA
1


Chap. 2 Module 2

Chap. 2 Labs

Week 4

02/23/2010

CCNA
1


Chap. 3

Module 3

Communicating over the
Network

CCNA
1


Chap. 3 Module 3

Mo
dule1 & 2
Test


Chap. 3 Labs

Week 5

03/02/2010

CCNA
1


Chap. 3

Module
3

Application Layer
Functionality and
Protocols

CCNA

1


Chap.
3

Module
3

Chap.
4

Labs

Module
3

Test

Week 6

03/09/2010

CCNA

1

Chap. 4

Module
4

OSI Transport Layer


CCNA
1


Chap.
4

Modu
le

4

Module
4

Labs


Week 7

03/16/2010

CCNA
1

Chap. 5
Module
5

OSI Network Layer

CCNA

1


Chap.
5

Module
5

Module
4

Test


Week 8

03/23/2010

CCNA
1


Chap. 6

Module
6

Addressing the Network

READ, READ,
READ

Module
6

Labs

Week 9

03/30/2010

CCNA
1


Chap.
6

Mo
dule
6

VLSM addressing

CCNA
1


Chap.
6

Module
6

Module
6


Test


04/5
-
10/2010

SPRING BREAK

Week 10

04/13/2010

CCNA

1

Chap.
7
Module
7

Data Link Layer

CCNA

1


Chap.
7

Module
7

PC/FTP

extended lab

(see handout)

Week 11

04/20/2010

CCNA

1

Chap. 8
Module 8


OSI Physical Layer

CCNA
1


Chap. 8


Module
8

Chap. 8
Labs

Module
8

Test


Week 12

04/27/2010

CCNA
1


Chap.
9

Module
9

Ethernet


Configuration
and troubleshooting


CCNA
1


Chap. 9 Module 9

Chap
9

Labs


Week 13

05/4/2010

CCNA

1

Chap. 10

Module
10

Planning

and Cabling
Networks

CCNA

1


Chap.
10

Module

10

Module
10

Test

Week 14

05/11/2010

CCNA

1

Chap. 11

Module
11

Lab Finals

HANDS
-
ON

Module
11

Test

Chap
11

Labs


Week 15

05/18/2010


Online Final Exam and Course Evaluation

Lab Finals






Coursework


http:
//cisco.netacad.net

Case Study


Enterprise Network D
esign project will be worked on throughout the semester
.