VoCATS Course Blueprints

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VoCATS

Course Blueprints




Trade and Industrial Education



7981
-

Cisco


7983
-

Nortel

Network Engineering Technology II




Public Schools of North Carolina

State Board of Education


Department of Public Instruction

Office of Instructional and Accou
ntability Services

Division of Instructional Services



Raleigh
, North Carolina

S
ummer

2004



Special thanks to the following educators who developed this
blueprint.


Kerry Baldwin


Washington County Schools

Jim Dellinger


Lincoln County School of Tech.


Linda Griffin


Jacksonville High School

Weldon Hinshaw

New Hanover CATC

Chuck Hostetter


Highland School of Technology

Craig LeGlue


Eastern Randolph High School

Edward McCarty

New Hanover CATC

Rez
a Mohammadi

Weaver Academy

Renferd Scott



Hoke County High School

Steve Miller


Trade and Industrial Education,



NC Department of Public Instruction


This blueprint has been reviewed by business and industry
representatives for technic
al content and appropriateness for the
industry. Contact
smiller@dpi.state.nc.us

for more information.



Summer

2004

7981 and 7983 Network Engineering Technology I I

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1

S
ummer

2004

VoCATS Course Blueprint

A course blueprint is a document laying out the

framework of the curriculum for a given course.

Shown on the blueprint are the units of instruction, the core competencies in each unit, and the specific objectives for each

competency. The
blueprint illustrates the recommended sequence of units and compe
tencies and the cognitive and performance weight of the objective within the
course.

The blueprint should be used by teachers to plan the course of work for the year, prepare daily lesson plans, and construct i
nstructionally valid
interim assessments. Sta
tewide assessments are aligned directly with the course blueprint.

For additional information about this blueprint, contact program area staff. For additional information about VoCATS, contact

program area staff
or VoCATS, Career
-
Technical Education, Divis
ion of Instructional Services, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, 6358 Mail Service
Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699
-
6358, 919.807.3876, email: rwelfare@dpi.state.nc.us.


Interpretation of Columns on VoCATS Course Blueprints

No.

Heading

Column information

1

Comp#

Obj.#

Comp=Competency number (three digits); Obj.=Objective number (competency number plus two
-
digit objective number).


2

Unit
Titles|Competency
and Objective
Statements

Statements of unit titles, competencies per unit, and sp
ecific objectives per competency. Each competency statement or specific objective
begins with an action verb and makes a complete sentence when combined with the stem “The student will be able to. . .” (The
stem
appears once in Column 2.) Outcome behavior
in each competency|objective statement is denoted by the verb plus its object.


3

Time

Hrs

Space for teachers to calculate time to be spent on each objective based on their individual school schedule and the students

performance on preassessments.


5

CO
URSE %

Cognitive

A percentage indicates the relative importance or weight of each unit within the total course or program, each competency wit
hin the total
course or program, or each objective within the total course or program. Information in Column 5 is
used to plan the yearly calendar of
work and as a Test Blueprint for preassessments and postassessments.


5

COURSE %

Perform

A percentage indicates the relative importance or weight of each competency within a specific unit or each objective within a

spec
ific unit.
Information in Column 4 is used to plan the yearly calendar of work and as a Test Blueprint for interim assessments.


6

Type

Behavior

Classification of outcome behavior in competency and objective statements. (C=Cognitive; P=Psychomotor; A=Affe
ctive)


7

Integrated

Skill Area

Integrate Skills codes: A=Arts; C=Communications; H=Health|Safety; M=Math; SC=Science; SS=Social Studies.


8

Core

Supp

Designation of the competencies and objectives as Core or Supplemental. Competencies and objectives des
ignated Core must be
included in the yearly calendar of work.

Care
er
-
Technical Education conducts all activities and procedures without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, gender, or
disability. The responsibility to adhere to safety
standards
and best professional practices is the duty of the practitioners, teachers, students, and/or others who apply the contents of

this document.




S
ummer

2004

7981 and 7983 Network Engineering Technology I I

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2



TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION

COURSE BLUEPRINT for
798
1 and 7983

NETWORK ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY I
I

[Recommende
d hours of instruction: 135
-

180]



Comp# Obj.#

Unit Titles / Competency and Objective Statements

(The student will be able to:)

Time
Hrs.

Weight

COGNITIVE

Weight

PERFORM

Type
Behavior

Integrated

Skill Area

Core
Supp

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8


Course Level
2


100
%







61%

39%












A

LEADERSHIP (Level 2)



2%




N
2
01.

Demonstrate communication, problem solving, and team building skills.



2%

C3P

C

Core

N
2
01.01

Demonstrate communication skills.



1%

C3P

C

Core

N
2
01.02

Demonstrate problem solving and te
am building skills.



1%

C3P

C

Core









B

INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING


16%





N2
02.

Explain networking.


16%


C3

SC

Core

N
2
02.01

Describe connection
-
oriented network service and connectionless network service,
and identify the key differences betwe
en them.


2%


C1

SC

Core

N
2
02.02

Describe the functions of each of the seven layers of the OSI reference model


2%


C1

SC

Core

N
2
02.03

Explain the Hardware Layers using the OSI model


3%


C
2

SC

Core

N
2
02.04

Explain the Software Layers using the OSI mode
l


3%


C
2

SC

Core

N
2
02.05

Describe flow controls used in networking


1%


C1

SC

Core

N
2
02.06

Describe the functions of different types of Network hardware


2%


C1

SC

Core

N
2
02.07

Explain the different types of network management


2%


C3

SC

Core

N
2
02.08

Explain the functions of power supplies and UPS


1%


C3

SC

Core









C

LAN SIGNALS AND MEDIA


11%

5%




N
2
03.

Explain networking signals and media.


11%

5%

C3

SC

Core

N
2
03.01

Describe types of signals and media used in networking


5%


C1

SC

Core

N
2
03.02

Describe standard types of LAN designs


3%


C1

SC

Core

N
2
03.03

Explain types of LAN topology


3%


C
2

SC

Core

N
2
03.04

Demonstrate cable making, building small networks, and interconnecting devices



5%

C3P

HSC

Core









D

ROUTERS


13%

13%





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Comp# Obj.#

Unit Titles / Competency and Objective Statements

(The student will be able to:)

Time
Hrs.

Weight

COGNITIVE

Weight

PERFORM

Type
Behavior

Integrated

Skill Area

Core
Supp

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

N2
04.

Demonstrate routing operations.


13%

13%

C3P

SC

Core

N
2
04.01

Demonstrate user interface and common commands


1%

2%

C3P

SC

Core

N
2
04.02

Dem
onstrate router configuration


1%

2%

C3P

SC

Core

N
2
04.03

Demonstrate IOS commands for Router


1%

2%

C3P

SC

Core

N
2
04.04

Explain user and privileged modes


1%


C3

SC

Core

N
2
04.05

Describe router elements


3%


C3

SC

Core

N
2
04.06

Explain router boot modes


4%


C
2
1

SC

Core

N
2
04.07

Demonstrate backup and loading IOS software image


1%

3%

C3P

SC

Core

N
2
04.08

De
monstrate router troubleshooting


1%

4%

C3P

SC

Core









E

PROTOCOLS


16%

14%




N2
05.

Demonstrate the use of router protocols.


16%

14%

C3P

SC

Core

N
2
05.01

Explain and demonstrate TCP/IP addressing


5%

6%

C3P

SC

Core

N
2
05.02

Explain ARP and RARP


1%


C1

SC

Core

N
2
05.03

Demonstrate TCP/IP stack components and utilities


2%

2%

C3P

SC

Core

N
2
05.04

Describe routing Protocols


3%


C1

SC

Core

N
2
05.05

Explain routing protocols (RIPv.1 and IGRP)


5%


C
2

SC

Core

N
2
05.06

Demonstrate routing protocols (R
IPv.1 and IGRP)



6%

C3P

SC

Core









F

ACCESS CONTROL LISTS


5%

5%




N
2
06.

Demonstrate use of Access Control Lists


5%

5%




N
2
06.01

Explain standard, extended, and named access control lists


4
%


C
2

SC

Core

N
2
06.02

Demonstrate standard, extended
, and named access control lists


1
%

5
%

C3P

SC

Core