It is strongly recommended that administration and guidance follow the scope, sequence, and course recommendations as listed.

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CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING










It is strongly recommended that administration and guidance follow the scope, sequence, and
course recommendations as listed.

Recommended:



Information Technology Concepts



Computer Systems



Network
ing


Recommended Credit:



1

Recommended Grade Level:


11
th
, or 12
th
.

Number of Competencies in Course:

31








COURSE DESCRIPTION

Cabling

and Internetworking

is a part of the Arts and Communication Cluster, and it stresses the
conceptual and practical skills necessary to design, manage, and diagnose network hardware and
software. Course content, which is of the project
-
based format
, allows students to interconnect
workstations, peripherals, terminals, servers, and other networking hardware devices creating a
typical infrastructure where all components communicate using the same language or protocols.
This course will help prepare s
tudents to design, build, and maintain computer networks. The
networking sub
-
cluster will help prepare students for the CompTIA Network + examination (2009
objectives) and cover the Cisco Certified Networking Associates (CCNA) Essentials exam.
Mastery of

course competencies will prepare students for successful completion of the Network +
exam and promote fundamental skills for employment as a Network Administrator or Network
Engineer.


CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING




STANDARDS

1.

Students will perform safety examinations and maintain safety records.

2.

Students will demon
strate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for
success in the school, community, and workplace.

3.

Students will integrate reading, writing, math, and science skills and understand the
impact of academic achievement in the work place.

4.

Studen
ts will design, modify and implement local area networks.

5.

Students will analyze, design and implement
Internet Protocol

addressing scheme to
support classful, classless and private addressing needs.

6.

Students will analyze, design
, modify

and implement

acces
s

control

list.

7.

Students will analyze, troubleshoot, and implement
Virtual Local Area Network’s

and
inter
-
switch networking.

8.

Students will analyze, implement and troubleshoot
Wide Area Networks
protocols.

9.

Students will analyze and implement the
Open System

Interconnection

model for
systematic network troubleshooting.

10.

Students will create a formal network infrastructure proposal.











CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD

1.0


Students will interpret and demonstrate the principles of industrial safety s
tandards associated
with the information technology industry.


LEARNING EXPECTATIONS


The student will:

1.1


Implement the industrial safety standards established by the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administratio
n (OSHA).

1.2


Identify and categorize safety hazards and prevention in the information technology
industry.

1.3


Exhibit acceptable dress and personal grooming determined by the information
technology industry.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD

IS MET

The student:

1.1A


Establishes and maintains a safe working environment.

1.1B


Passes with 100% accuracy, a written safety examination.


1.2A


Distinguishes and employs measures to prevent and eliminate contaminants and ensure



ecolo
gical, chemical, and physical safety.

1.2B


Tools and equipment maintained in a safe and clean condition.

1.3


Compares and contrasts appropriate and inappropriate dress and personal grooming




characteristics for specific jobs within the infor
mation technology industry.

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASK



Conduct a self
-
inspection of the laboratory and identify modifications necessary for
compliance with rules, regulations, and standards of governing agencies.



Appraise the work area for safety hazards a
nd list common causes of typical accidents and
injuries in the information technology industry.



Outline a safety management program.



Calculate the cost of safety corrections, including financial and environmental impact.



Develop emergency policies for t
he information technology laboratory.



Role
-
play scenarios involving appropriate and inappropriate dress and personal grooming for
the information technology industry.

INTEGRATION/LINKAGES

SkillsUSA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA),
Tennessee Occupational
Safety and Health Administration (TOSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),
Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS), CompTIA,
Professional
Development Program
, SkillsUSA, Science, Electronics, Math, Language

Arts, Teambuilding
Skills, Communication Skills, Critical
-
Thinking Skills, Computer Skills, Internet Navigation


CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD

2.0


Students will demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the
s
chool, community, and workplace.

LEARNING EXPECTATIONS



The student will:

2.1


Cultivate positive leadership.

2.2


Participate in SkillsUSA as an integral part of classroom instruction.

2.3


Assess situations and apply problem
-
solving and decision
-
maki
ng skills within the
school, community, and workplace.

2.4


Participate as a team member.


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD IS MET


The student:

2.1


Demonstrates character and leadership using creative
-

and critical
-
thinking skills.

2.2A

Rela
tes the creed, purposes, motto, and emblem of SkillsUSA to personal and
professional development.

2.2B


Plans and conducts meetings and other business according to accepted rules of
parliamentary procedure.

2.3A


Makes decisions and assumes responsibilit
ies.

2.3B


Analyzes a situation and uses the Professional Development Program of SkillsUSA to
resolve it.

2.4A


Organizes and participates in committees.

2.4B


Cooperates with peers to select and organize a community service project.

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE

TASKS




Create a leadership inventory and use it to conduct a personal assessment.



Participate in various SkillsUSA programs and competitive events such as community
service.



Use a formal planning or decision
-
making process to select, to implement
, and to evaluate an
activity within the school, community, and workplace.



Develop an annual program of work.



Prepare a meeting agenda for a SkillsUSA monthly meeting.

INTEGRATION LINKAGES


Professional Development Program
, SkillsUSA, Communication and W
riting Skills,
Teambuilding Skills, Research, Language Arts, Sociology, Psychology, Math, Math for
Technology, Applied Communications, Social Studies, Problem Solving, Interpersonal Skills,

Employability Skills, Critical
-
Thinking Skills, Secretary’s Commis
sion on Achieving Necessary
Skills (SCANS)


























CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD 3.0


Students will evaluate career opportunities and career paths within the information technology
industry.

LEARNING EXPECTATIONS


The student will:

3.1



Develop a profile of career opportunities.

3.2



Develop a personal education/career roadmap.

3.3



Project future career opportunities within the information technology industry.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD IS MET


The studen
t:

3.1


Researches the information technology industry for various

career paths and job titles.

3.2A

Plans personal education paths, based on aptitude, available courses, postsecondary
education, and current career paths.

3.2B

Profiles personal charact
eristics, which are beneficial to the success of a professional in
the information technology industry.

3.3


Researches and develops a projection of information technology industry trends related to
career opportunities.

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASKS




Develo
p a list of career opportunities, including education requirements, responsibilities, and
salary ranges.



Develop a personal career plan.



Research and present information on trends in the information technology industry.



Incorporate professional termin
ology into conversations.



Participate in SkillsUSA programs and events.

INTEGRATION/LINKAGES


Computer Skills, Internet Navigation Skills, Protocols, Language Arts, Foreign Language,
Science, Math, Math for Technology, Social Studies and Government, Hist
ory, Government,
Law, Electricity, Electronics, Criminal Justice, Computer Skills, Research and Writing Skills,
Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Leadership Skills, Secretary’s Commission on
Achieving Necessary Skills, (SCANS), SkillsUSA, CompTia, Wor
ld Wide Web Consortium
(W3C), Writers Guild (HWG), A+ Certification.



CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD
4.0

Students will design, modify and implement local area networks.

LEARNING EXPECTATIONS


The student will:

4.1

Design a local area network layout
.

4.2

Install and terminate Ethernet cable.

4.3

Mod
ify existing local area network

for upgrades and added connections.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD IS MET


The student
:

4.1
A

Determine
s

suitable media to meet cost and data needs of the networ
k layout.

4.1B

Determine
s

suitable network devices to meet cost and data needs of the network layout.

4.1C

Utilizes proper terminology as related to the specific system and pathway.

4.2A

Properly install
s

Ethernet cable to meet EIA/TIA standards.

4.2B

Prop
erly termin
ate
s

Ethernet cable.

4.2C

Properly test
s

Ethernet cable.

4.2D

Compares pathways for installing and pulling cable.

4.3A

Properly make
s

additional network connections in existing installations

4.3B

Properly identifies key components in the wiring
closet.

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASKS




Install cabling pathways within a residence by means of an attic, under the house, and
through the wall.



Install cabling entrances into a residence from above ground entrance and from underground
entrance.



Install in
-
dept
h horizontal pathways inside a commercial plant, including, raised floors,
conduits, interduct, wire tray and raceways, ceiling or crawl space, walls and pillars, racks
and rail systems, and cable management.



Install commercial pathways outside plant.



Inst
all a phone system for residential and commercial.



Runs cable in drop ceilings, in walls, in pillars/columns, in conduits, under floors, in wire
trays/raceways, and in the wiring closet.



Apply safety measures while working and taking in consideration pers
onal safety, pedestrian
safety, and company liability.




INTEGRATION/LINKAGES


Computer Skills, Internet Navigation Skills, Protocols, Language Arts, Foreign Language,
Science, Math, Math for Technology, Social Studies and Government, History, Government,

Law, Electricity, Electronics, Criminal Justice, Computer Skills, Research and Writing Skills,
Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Leadership Skills, Secretary’s Commission on
Achieving Necessary Skills, (SCANS), SkillsUSA, CompTia, World Wide Web Cons
ortium
(W3C), Writers Guild (HWG), A+ Certification.






















CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD
5.0

Students will analyze, design and implement Internet Protocol addressing scheme to support
classful, classless and private addressing needs.

L
EARNING EXPECTATIONS


The Student will
:

5.1

Explain Internet Protocol address classes.

5.2

Evaluate subnet classes, classless subnetting, and classless interdomain routing (CIDR).

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD IS MET


The student
:

5.1A

Ident
if
ies

the proper class based on IP addresses.

5.1B


Identifies

and explain the number of Networks and the number of Hosts.

5.2A

Calculate
s

classless subnet addresses.

5.2B

Implement
s

IP addressing scheme

in a local area network
.

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASKS





Gi
ven an IP address, define which network class and subnet mask is assigned.



Converting IPv4 addresses to IPv6 addresses.



Using CIDR, calculate classless subnets using Class A, B and C masks.



Convert IP addresses to binary.

INTEGRATION/LINKAGES


Computer Sk
ills, Internet Navigation Skills, Protocols, Language Arts, Foreign Language,
Science, Math, Math for Technology, Social Studies and Government, History, Government,
Law, Electricity, Electronics, Criminal Justice, Computer Skills, Research and Writing Ski
lls,
Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Leadership Skills, Secretary’s Commission on
Achieving Necessary Skills, (SCANS), SkillsUSA, CompTia, World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C), Writers Guild (HWG), A+ Certification.






CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDA
RD
6.0

Students will analyze, design, modify and implement access

control

list.

LEARNING EXPECTATIONS


The student will
:

6.1

Examine

access control lists.

6.2

Evaluate standard and extended access control list.

6.3

Design an access control

list to defined

standards.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD IS MET


The student
:

6.1A

Explain
s

reasons and uses for access control list.

6.1B

Identifies

filtering techniques and logic.

6.2A

Explain
s

uses for a standard access control list.

6.2B

Explain
s

uses fo
r an extended access control list.

6.3A

Design
s

a standard access control list.

6.3B

Design
s

an extended access control list.

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASKS




Create a presentation contrasting standard and extended access control list.



Create a standard ACL in a

text editor.



Create an extended ACL in a text editor.

INTEGRATION/LINKAGES


Computer Skills, Internet Navigation Skills, Protocols, Language Arts, Foreign Language,
Science, Math, Math for Technology, Social Studies and Government, History, Government,
L
aw, Electricity, Electronics, Criminal Justice, Computer Skills, Research and Writing Skills,
Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Leadership Skills, Secretary’s Commission on
Achieving Necessary Skills, (SCANS), SkillsUSA, CompTia, World Wide Web Consor
tium
(W3C), Writers Guild (HWG), A+ Certification.






CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD
7.0

Students will analyze, troubleshoot, and implement Virtual Local Area Network’s and inter
-
switch networking.

LEARNING EXPECTATIONS


The Student will
:

7.1

Evalu
ate Virtual LAN technologies.

7.2

Evaluate Virtual LAN trunking and trunking protocols.

7.3

Develop a Virtual LAN configuration.


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD IS MET


The student:

7.1A

Identifies

and explain collision and broadcast domain.

7.1
B

I
dentifies

Layer 2 and Layer 3 Virtual LAN devices.

7.2A

Identifies

and explain trunking.

7.2B

Identifies

and explain trunking protocols.

7.3
A

Create
s

a Virtual LAN layout.

7.3B

Asses
es

requirements conditions for a Virtual LAN

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASKS




Configure a Layer 2 switch for a Virtual LAN



Create a presentation explaining the Pro’s/Con’s of Virtual LAN’s



Compare Layer 2 and Layer 3 switches.

INTEGRATION/LINKAGES


Computer Skills, Internet Navigation Skills, Protocols, Language Arts, Foreign Lan
guage,
Science, Math, Math for Technology, Social Studies and Government, History, Government,
Law, Electricity, Electronics, Criminal Justice, Computer Skills, Research and Writing Skills,
Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Leadership Skills, Secretar
y’s Commission on
Achieving Necessary Skills, (SCANS), SkillsUSA, CompTia, World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C), Writers Guild (HWG), A+ Certification.





CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD
8.0

Students will analyze, implement and troubleshoot Wide Area Netwo
rks protocols.

LEARNING EXPECTATIONS


The student will:

8.1

Evaluate the characteristics of Point to Point leased line implementation.

8.2

Evaluate the characteristics of ISDN protocols, design and configuration.

8.3

Evaluate the characteristics of frame r
elay concepts and configuration.


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD IS MET


The student
:

8.1A

E
xplain
s

the physical components of Point
-
to
-
Point leased lines

8.1B

Explain
s

the core protocols used with Point
-
to
-
Point: Link Control Protocol, and IP



Control Protocol.

8.1C

Explain
s

Looped Link detection and error detection with Point
-
to
-
Point leased lines.

8.2A

Differentiate
s

between ISDN E
-
series, I
-
series, and Q
-
series protocols.

8.2B

Explain
s

the history and reasons to employ ISDN.

8.2C

Explain
s

the Dial
-
on
-
Demand routing and ISND BRI and PRI configurations.

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASKS




Create a presentation explaining what ISDN, BRI, and PRI stand for.



Configure a router with BRI channels



Create a flow chart explain the decision process wi
th a legacy DDR connection.

INTEGRATION/LINKAGES


Computer Skills, Internet Navigation Skills, Protocols, Language Arts, Foreign Language,
Science, Math, Math for Technology, Social Studies and Government, History, Government,
Law, Electricity, Electronic
s, Criminal Justice, Computer Skills, Research and Writing Skills,
Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Leadership Skills, Secretary’s Commission on
Achieving Necessary Skills, (SCANS), SkillsUSA, CompTia, World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C), Writers Guild (
HWG), A+ Certification.




CABLING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD
9.0

Students will analyze and implement the Open System Interconnection model for systematic
network troubleshooting.

LEARNING EXPECTATIONS


The student will:

9.1

Utilize hardware tools to trou
bleshoot network issues.

9.2

Utilize software tools to troubleshoot network issues.

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVIDENCE STANDARD IS MET


The student:

9.1A

Develop
s

a profile of the physical network, and known issues.

9.1B

Implement
s

cable testers, protocol an
alyzers, hardware loopback devices, and network



toners to resolve physical network issues.

9.2A

Develop
s

a profile of the network, and known issues.

9.2B

Implement
s

software
-
based protocol analyzers, system logs, performance monitors,




and

system management suites to resolve network issues.


SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASKS




Use a loopback tester to check a network cable.



Use a toner set to track down a network cable.



Use operating systems performance monitor to track changes or errors.


INT
EGRATION/LINKAGES



Computer Skills, Internet Navigation Skills, Protocols, Language Arts, Foreign Language,
Science, Math, Math for Technology, Social Studies and Government, History, Government,
Law, Electricity, Electronics, Criminal Justice, Computer S
kills, Research and Writing Skills,
Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Leadership Skills, Secretary’s Commission on
Achieving Necessary Skills, (SCANS), SkillsUSA, CompTia, World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C), Writers Guild (HWG), A+ Certification.





CABL
ING AND INTERNETWORKING

STANDARD
10.0

Students will create a formal network infrastructure proposal.

LEARNING EXPECTATIONS


The student will:

10.1

Examine requirements and develop a physical network list of components.

10.2

Examine requirements and creat
e
IP addressing scheme.

10.3

Examine requirements and develop a Virtual LAN profile.

10.4

Examine requirements and create an access control list.

10.5

Examine requirements and determine a suitable wide area network connection.



PERFORMANCE INDICATORS: EVI
DENCE STANDARD IS MET


The student:

10.1A

Generate
s

a list of necessary cable, jacks, plugs, racks, switches, routers, to fulfill preset



requirements.

10.1B


Review
s

list of hardware to compare cost and effectiveness.

10.2

Create
s
an IP addres
sing scheme to fulfill network needs.

10.3

Create
s

a layout for a Virtual LAN using previously selected switch that meets network



requirements.

10.4

Develop
s

a suitable access control list that will work with previously selected router and



meets all network requirements.

10.5

Compare
s

local WAN connections that will suit network needs.

SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASKS




Develop a professional network infrastructure portfolio, with cost, time and requirements.

INTEGRATION/LINKAGES


Comput
er Skills, Internet Navigation Skills, Protocols, Language Arts, Foreign Language,
Science, Math, Math for Technology, Social Studies and Government, History, Government,
Law, Electricity, Electronics, Criminal Justice, Computer Skills, Research and Writin
g Skills,
Communication Skills, Teamwork Skills, Leadership Skills, Secretary’s Commission on
Achieving Necessary Skills, (SCANS), SkillsUSA, CompTia, World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C), Writers Guild (HWG), A+ Certification.