Mobile County Public School System

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Mobile County Public School System




High School

Career
and
Technical Education


Curriculum Standards

2011
-

2012


Dr. Roy D. Nichols

Superintendent


Martha Peek

Deputy Superintendent


Board of School Commissioners


Ken

Megginson,
President, Commissioner, District 1

Dr.
Judy

P.

Stout,
Commissioner, District 2

Dr.
Reginald


A.

Crenshaw,
Commissioner, District 3

Rev. Levon


C.

Manzie,
Commissioner, District 4

William Foster
,
Vice President, Commissioner, District 5

MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
-

2012 School Year


PACING GUIDE AT A GLANCE



1

Table of Content
s


Mobile County Publi
c School Curriculum Standards


Cluster/
Course








Page Number

Cluster
Electives





Entrepreneurship


………………………

9



Work
force
Essentials

………………………

11



Personal Finance

………………………

13



Senior Career Pathway Project

………………………

15



Cooperative Education

Seminar

………………………

16




Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources





Agribusiness Management

………………………

18



Agribusiness Marketing

………………………

19



Agribusiness Technology

………………………

20



Agricultural Communications

………………………

21



Agriscience

………………………

22



Animal Biotechnology

………………………

24



Animal Science

………………………

25



Aqua Experience

………………………

26



Aquaculture Science

………………………

27



Aquatic Biology

………………………

28



Construction Finishing and Interior Systems

………………………

29



Construction
Framing

………………………

30



Construction Site Preparation and Foundation

………………………

31



Creative Floral Design

………………………

32



Environmental Management

………………………

33



Equine Science

………………………

35



Fish and Wildlife Management

………………………

36



Floral Design and
Interiorscaping

………………………

37



Forestry

………………………

38



Forestry Equipment

………………………

39



Greenhouse Production and Management

………………………

40



Horticultural Science

………………………

41



Introduction to Metal Inert Gas and Flux Cored Arc
Welding

………………………

42



Introduction to Veterinary Science

………………………

43



Landscape Design and Management

………………………

44



Nursery Production and Management

………………………

45



Plant Biotechnology

………………………

46



Poultry Science

………………………

48



Power Equipment Technology

………………………

49



Residential and Commercial Power Equipment

………………………

50



Residential Landscape Establishment & Maintenance

………………………

51



Safety and Health Regulations

………………………

52

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Specialty Floral Design and Management

………………………

54



Sports Turfgrass

Production and Management

………………………

55



Two and Four Stroke Engines

………………………

56



Urban Forestry

………………………

57




Architecture and Construction





Architecture Construction and Manufacturing

………………………

59



Introduction to Drafting Design

………………………

61



Intermediate Drafting Design

………………………

62



Advanced
D
rafting Design

………………………

63



Introduction to Architectural Design

………………………

64



Intermediate Architectural Design

………………………

65



Advanced Architectural Design

………………………

66



Three
-
Dimensional Solid Model
Design I

………………………

67



Three
-
Dimensional Solid Model Design II

………………………

68



Structural Drafting

………………………

69



Safety and Health Regulations

………………………

70



Construction Framing

………………………

72



Construction Finishing and Interior Systems

………………………

73



Cabinetmaking I

………………………

74



Cabinetmaking II

………………………

75



Cabinetmaking III

………………………

76



Carpentry I

………………………

77



Carpentry II

………………………

78



Carpentry for Commercial Specialties

………………………

79



Carpentry for Residential Interiors

………………………

80



Carpentry

for Residential Exteriors

………………………

81



Introduction to Masonry

………………………

82



Block Wall Construction

………………………

83



Composite Masonry Construction

………………………

84



Commercial Masonry

………………………

85



Masonry in High Rise Construction

………………………

86



Masonry
Special Applications and Finishes

………………………

87



Specialty Masonry Construction

………………………

88



Electrical Technology

………………………

89



Basic Wiring

………………………

9
1



Residential Wiring

………………………

93



Industrial Wiring

………………………

95



Commercial Wiring

………………………

96



Motor Control

………………………

97



Advanced Motor Control

………………………

99



National Electrical Code and Journeyman’s Preparation

………………………

101



Direct Current

………………………

102



Alternating Current

………………………

103



Electromechanical Controls

………………………

104



Introduction to

Welding

………………………

105



Applied Welding I with Plasma Arc Cutting

………………………

106

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Applied Welding II with Carbon Arc Cutting

………………………

107



Gas Metal Arc Welding

………………………

108



Flux Cored Arc Welding

………………………

109



Gas Tungsten Arc Welding I

………………………

110



Gas Tungsten Arc Welding II

………………………

111



Plumbing and Pipefitting I

………………………

112



Plumbing and Pipefitting II

………………………

113



Plumbing and Pipefitting III

………………………

115



Basic Compression Refrigeration

………………………

116



Introduction to Heating,
Ventilation, Air
-
Conditioning,
and Refrigeration

………………………

117



Heating Ventilation, Air
-
Conditioning and Refrigeration
Maintenance

………………………

118



Introduction to Electricity for Heating, Ventilation, Air
-
Conditioning, and Refrigeration Systems

………………………

1
19



Heating Ventilation, Air
-
Conditioning and Refrigeration
Electrical Components and Controls

………………………

120



Refrigerants

………………………

121



Commercial Refrigeration

………………………

122



Heating and Heat Pump Systems

………………………

123




Arts, Audio
-
Video Technology,

and Communication





Introduction to Graphic Arts

Technology

………………………

125



Digital File Preparation

………………………

127



Advanced Digital File Preparation and Output

………………………

128



Camera, Image Assembly, and
Plate making

………………………

129



Offset Press
Operations

………………………

130



Binding and Finishing

………………………

131



Introduction to Advertising Design

………………………

133



Television Production


Studio Operations

………………………

134



Television Production


Photography and Editing

………………………

135



Introduction to
Television Production

………………………

136



Advanced Television Production

………………………

137



Television Production


Writing, Producing, and
Performing

………………………

138



Digital Design

………………………

139



Graphic Illustration

………………………

140



Studio and Portfolio

………………………

141



Introduction to Animation and Visual Communication

………………………

142



Animation Layout

………………………

143



Animation Character Development and
Design

………………………

144



Storyboarding

………………………

145



Character Animation

………………………

146



Animated Filmmaking

………………………

147



Advanced Animation Portfolio

………………………

148



Introduction to Commercial Photography

………………………

149



Medium Format Photography

………………………

150

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2011
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2012 School Year


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Large Format Photography

………………………

152




Manufacturing





Introduction to Manufacturing

………………………

299



Industrial Systems and Maintenance I

………………………

300



Industrial Systems and Maintenance II

………………………

302



Industrial Systems and Maintenance III

………………………

303



Industrial Systems and Maintenance IV

………………………

304




Marketing, Sales and Services





Marketing Principles

………………………

306



Computer Management and Support

………………………

(See BMA
Section)



Commerce Communication

………………………

(See BMA
Section)



Management Principles

………………………

(See BMA
Section)



Sales and Promotion Planning

………………………

308




Science,

Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics





Engineering Applications

………………………

310



Foundations of Engineering

…………
b
……………

311



Engineering Research and Design

………………………

312



Engineering Systems

………………………

313




Transportation, Distribution, and
Logistics





Automotive Engine Performance I

………………………

315



Automotive Engine Performance II

………………………

316



Automotive Engine Repair

………………………

317



Automotive Heating and Air
-
Conditioning

………………………

318



Automotive Manual Drive Train and Axles

………………………

319



Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems I

………………………

320



Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems II

………………………

321



Automotive Brakes

………………………

322



Automotive Suspension and Steering

………………………

323



Marine Technology

………………………

324



Introduction to Marine Technology

………………………

325



Advanced Maritime Engineering

………………………

326



Introduction to Navigation Technology

………………………

327



Advanced to Navigation Technology

………………………

328



Introduction to Fishers Technology

………………………

329



Advanced Fisheries Technology

………………………

330



Painting and Refinishing I

………………………

331



Painting and Refinishing II

………………………

332



Painting and Refinishing III

………………………

333



Nonstructural Analysis and Damage Repair I

………………………

334



Nonstructural Analysis

and Damage Repair II

………………………

335

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Structural Analysis and Damage Repair

………………………

336



Collision Repair


Metal Welding and Cutting

………………………

337



Airframe Systems

………………………

338



Aircraft Nonmetallic Structures

………………………

339



Aircraft Theory of Flight

and Operation

………………………

340



Aviation Turbine Engine Theory and Operation

………………………

341



Aircraft Engine and Propeller Theory and Operations

………………………

342



Aircraft Sheet Metal Structures

………………………

343



Aviation Instrument and Hydraulic Systems

………………………

344



Aircraft Welding

………………………

345



MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
-

2012 School Year


PACING GUIDE AT A GLANCE



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Cluster
Electives




MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
-

2012 School Year


PACING GUIDE AT A GLANCE



7

Entrepreneurship

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

2

Evaluate social and civil responsibilities of
business ownership.



2.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

1

Describe typical behavioral characteristics of
an effective entrepreneur.



3.



3

Critique a variety of business classifications,
including retailers, wholesalers, services,
and manufacturers, to determine potential
business ventures.



4.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

4

Compare types of business ownership.




5.



6

Determine technological needs of a small
business, including hardware, software,
networking, and telecommunications.



6.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

5

Explain risk factors that affect entrepreneurs,
including financial,
psychological, and
physiological aspects.



7.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

12

Analyze national and international economic
fluctuations to determine their effect on
business markets of interest.



8.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

MIV
-
1

13

Develop a business plan, including
identifying an
executive summary;
conducting a marketing and competitive
analysis report; and developing a marketing,
management, and financial plan.



9.


RIV
-
4

14

Analyze credit and collection policies to
determine consumer credit plans.



10.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

16

Explain
taxes associated with business
ownership and employment, including local,
state, and federal taxes.



11.


MIV
-
1

16

Use mathematics skills to analyze profit and
loss margins for a business.



12.


RIV
-
4

7

Analyze government regulations to identify
their impact
on business ownership.



13.


RIV
-
4

8

Explain laws and regulations related to
hiring and retaining employees.





MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
-

2012 School Year


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Entrepreneurship Continued

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

14.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

2

Evaluate social and civil
responsibilities of
business ownership.



15.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

9

Determine marketing functions needed for
effective business ownership.



16.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

10

Interpret research data to determine market
-
driven problems faced by entrepreneurs.



17.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

15

Determine career opportunities,
responsibilities, and educational and
credentialing requirements related to various
entrepreneurship ventures.



18.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

17
-
18

Identify advantages and disadvantages of
Internet entrepreneurial opportunities.





MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
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2012 School Year


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Workforce Essentials

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

15

Explain how to research and select career
opportunities.



2.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

18

Compare the relationship between
educational achievement and career

planning.



3.


RIV
-
4

17

Demonstrate how to locate, evaluate, and
interpret career information for a specific
career.



4.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

16

Determine personal responsibility for
making educational and career choices.



5.



1

Apply skills needed for seeking,
obtaining,
maintaining, and changing jobs, including
preparing a résumé, completing job
applications, participating in a job
interview, and dressing and grooming for
the workplace.



6.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

2

Explain the importance of effective
communication skills

in the workplace.



7.


MIV
-
1

14

Demonstrate mathematical computation
skills in the workplace.



8.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

3

Identify ethical and unethical behavior and
actions in the workplace.



9.



8

Explain leadership skills and practices.



10.



9

Apply leadership
skills though participation in
career and technical student organization
(CTSO) activities.



11.



7

Identify behaviors that promote effective
teamwork.



12.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

13

Determine uses, capabilities, and limitations of
technological tools for achieving
personal and
workplace needs.



13.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

12

Interpret a company’s vision and mission
statements, goals, and objectives with regard to
a specific career objective or pathway.





MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
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2012 School Year


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Workforce Essentials Continued

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard
/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

14.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

6

Evaluate opportunities to obtain business and
industry
-
recognized work
-
readiness
credentials.



15.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

11

Explain economic principles and concepts
fundamental to entrepreneurship.



16.


R: I
-
3;
II
-
2

5

Differentiate among types of employment
documents and records.



17.



10

Formulate a workplace safety plan.




18.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

4

Describe how worker safety regulations
protect employees and employers.





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2011
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2012 School Year


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Personal Finance

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

3.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

3

Compare factors that impact consumer
purchasing decisions throughout the life span.



4.


RIV
-
4

6

Describe state and federal consumer
protection laws for individuals and families,
including
identity protection and credit laws.



5.



7

Determine procedures for resolving consumer
problems and complaints.



6.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

2

Explain the importance of taking
responsibility for personal financial decisions.



7.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

1

Determine factors that affect money
management, including career choice,
education, skills, and economic conditions.



8.



9

Explain how taxes, government transfer
payments, and employee benefits relate to
disposable income.



9.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

4

Determine
practices that allow individuals and
families to maintain financial security.



10.



8

Compare money
-
management tools and
services available from financial institutions.



11.


MIV
-
1

12

Demonstrate procedures for completing and
filing income tax forms,
including utilizing
software in income tax preparation.



12.



5

Explain factors that affect creditworthiness.




13.



11

Compare benefits of saving and investing for
individuals or families, including factors that
affect the rate of return on investments,
sources of investment information,
characteristics of savings and investment
options, and stages of investing.



14.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

10

Distinguish between retirement and estate
planning options available to individuals and
families.





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Personal Finance
Continued

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

15.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

18

Compare types, lengths, and costs of care,
life, health, disability, homeowner, and renter
insurance, including disability, waiting
period, and disability
benefits.



16.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

16

Critique the impact of advertising and sales
propaganda on individual and family
spending decisions.



17.



16
-
17

Analyze shopping skills in relation to
individual and family resource management
across the life span.



18.


R: I
-
3;

II
-
2

14

Determine strategies for acquiring the most
economical product or service.



19.



13

Determine factors that affect the cost of
goods and services, including sales tax, tips,
coupons, discounts, and unit pricing.



20.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

15

Prioritize steps
involved in making consumer
purchases, including transportation and
housing.



21.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

18

Determine the impact of technology on
personal financial management.



22.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

17

Explain career options and entrepreneurial
opportunities related to
the management of
personal financial resources.






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2011
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2012 School Year


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Senior Career Pathway Project

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.



1
-
18

Create a formal, narrative proposal that
communicates a specific concept, process,
or
product related to a chosen career
pathway.



2.



1
-
18

Conduct independent research related to a
selected project concept.



3.



1
-
18

Write a detailed report on the chosen
project.




4.



1
-
18

Produce an original multimedia
presentation based upon project results.



5.



1
-
18

Design a project portfolio that includes
project
-
related documentation.






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2011
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2012 School Year


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Cooperative Education Seminar

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

1

Identify components required for a career
portfolio.



2.



2

Demonstrate skills related to preparing for job
opportunities.



3.



3

Apply employment skills necessary to obtain
and maintain jobs.



4.



5

Apply ethical behavior in

the workplace.




5.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

4

Distinguish ethical from unethical actions in
the workplace.



6.


RIV
-
4

6

Identify employment laws and regulations.




7.



13

Demonstrate skills needed in managing
personal finances, including maintaining
personal checking

and savings accounts,
evaluating available credit sources, and
preparing state and federal income tax forms.



8.



7

Demonstrate leadership and teamwork skills
through participation in career and technical
education student organization (CTSO)
activities.



9.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

12

Explain

skills required for success in a
specific career.



10.



8

Demonstrate job skills as listed on the
student’s personal training plan.



11.


R: I
-
3; II
-
2

9

Demonstrate workplace safety practices.



12.



10

Use correct procedures for
maintaining
records related to employment.



13.



11

Relate work
-
based learning experiences to
the student’s career objective or pathway.



14.



14
-
18

Demonstrate skills necessary to obtain a
business and industry recognized work
-
readiness credential.





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Agriculture,
Food, and
Natural
Resources



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AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1


Identify career opportunities in agribusiness
management.



2.


RIV.4

2

Describe occupational safety
practices in
agribusiness management.



3.



1

Describe agribusiness partnerships and
corporations.



4.


RIV.4

2

Describe the law of supply and demand as
related to the agricultural industry.



5.



2

Describe various techniques for measuring
the performance of

an agribusiness.



6.



1

Differentiate among methods of depreciating
capital goods.



7.


RII.2

5

Compare types of accounting systems used in
agribusiness.



8.


RIV.4

1
-
4

Identify sources for obtaining agribusiness
loans.



9.


RII.2

2

Compare various market
venues for
agricultural products.



10.


RIV.4

2

Explain ways the law of comparative
advantage affects the agribusiness industry.



11.



1

Identify ways technology is used in
agribusiness marketing.



12.


RIV.4

3

Explain the impact of government policies
and
regulations on agribusiness management
decisions.




13.



4

Explain strategies for marketing agricultural
products and services.




14.



5

Design an agribusiness entrepreneurial plan,
including management and marketing
strategies.





AGRIBUSINESS MARKETING

MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
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ACOS
#


AHSG
E

OBJ.
#

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


R
II.
2


6
-
7

Describe major changes in the historical
development of agricultural marketing.



2.


RIV.4

8

Recognize career opportunities associated with
agricultural marketing.



3.


RIV.4

9

Explain the necessity for and components of a
marketing plan.



4.



10
-
11

Explain the role of management in
Agrimarketing.



5.



12

Demonstrate the preparation and
implementation of a marketing plan.



6.


R
II.
2


13

Describe characteristics of the free market
system in the United States.



7.


R
II.
2


14

Explain how free enterprise is important to
Agrimarketing.



8.


R
II.
2


15

Distinguish between selling and marketing.



9.



15

Explain the role and

importance of various
marketing concepts.



10.



16

Identify important factors that influence the
value of money.



11.


R
II.
2


17

Describe the role of information resources in
Agrimarketing.



12.


R
II.
2


18

Describe consumer influence on Agrimarketing.



13.



16
-
17

Explain the role of interpersonal communication
in Agrimarketing.



14.


R
II.
2


18

Describe different approaches for sales and
marketing.






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2011
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18

AGRIBUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1

Identify career and entrepreneurship
opportunities in the field of agribusiness
technology.



2.


R
II.
2


2

Explain safety practices in agribusiness
technology.



3.



2

Identify software used for agribusiness tasks,
including accounting, production
management,

communications, and
marketing.



4.



1

Select a database for organizing agricultural
data.



5.



2

Utilize software to produce an agribusiness
publication.



6.



1

Utilize software to create an agribusiness
presentation.



7.


R
II.
2


3

Describe
telecommunication technology for
agribusiness settings.



8.


R
II.
2


3

Describe the advantages of computer
networking in an agribusiness.



9.


RIV.4

4

Explain the history of the global positioning
system (GPS) and the geographic
information system (GIS).



10.


RIV.4

4

Explain ways GPS and GIS units are used in
the agricultural industry.



11.


RIV.4

5

Describe ways GPS and GIS data is merged
with agricultural production records.



12.


RIV.4

5

Explain ways electronic control systems are
used in the agribusiness
industry.





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2011
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19

AGRICULTURAL COMMUNI
CATIONS

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


R
II.
2


1
-
3

Identify occupational opportunities in
agricultural communications.



2.



1

Explain the importance of a college
education to
the agricultural industry.



3.



1
-
10

Demonstrate effective oral and written
communication skills.



4.


R
II.
2


1
-
4

Explain the importance of conflict
resolution in an agribusiness.



5.


R
II.
2


1
-
5

Explain the importance of group dynamics
in the agricultural
industry
.



6.


R
II.
2


1
-
10

Describe the importance of long
-

and
short
-
term goals and goal setting in an
agribusiness.



7.


R
II.
2


1
-
18

Explain time management techniques in
the agricultural industry, including setting
priorities and scheduling.



8.



2

Describe the importance of leadership in
agribusiness.



9.



4

Differentiate among types of leaders in the
agribusiness setting, including
authoritarian, democratic, autocratic, and
participative.



10.


R
II.
2


5

Describe qualities of a strong work ethic
in an

agribusiness.



11.



5

Evaluate personal attributes, including
interpersonal relationship skills and value
systems, as they relate to leadership in
agribusiness management.



12.


RIV.4

6

Describe ways FFA activities enhance
personal leadership skills.



13.


RIV.4

2

Demonstrate parliamentary procedure in
agribusiness meetings.



14.


R
II.
2


8

Describe the importance of maintaining
records for a SAE program.





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2011
-

2012 School Year


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20

AGRISCIENCE

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.



6
-
8

Identify
major agricultural commodities in the
local area, state, nation, and world.



2.


RIV.4

10
-
11

Determine factors in developing an effective
career plan, including procedures for obtaining
employment.



3.


RIV.4

12
-
13

Identify tool and equipment safety procedures
in woodworking, welding, electrical, small
engine, plumbing, and masonry operations.



4.



12
-
13

Utilize technology to access, manage, and
integrate information in the agricultural
industry.



5.



12
-
13

Apply
problem
-
solving skills to resolve
agribusiness issues.



6.



10
-
11

Identify characteristics of a SAE program,
including manageability, record keeping,
availability of facilities, and financing.



7.


RIV.4

17
-
18

Demonstrate communication skills, including
prepared public speaking, extemporaneous
speaking, creed speaking, and parliamentary
procedure, through career development events
(CDEs).



8.



17
-
18

Identify methods for conserving the
environment.



9.



6
-
8

Identify major soil areas in Alabama.



10.


R
II.
2


14
-
16

Determine characteristics and functions of
plants.



11.


R
II.
2


6
-
8

Determine forest management practices.



12.


RIV.4

10
-
11

Identify common breeds of livestock and their
characteristics, including cattle, swine, sheep,
equine, and poultry.



13.


RIV.4

9

Differentiate among types of aquaculture
enterprises in Alabama, including catfish,
crawfish, shrimp, and tilapia.





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2011
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AGRISCIENCE
-

CONTINUED

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

14.


R: I

10
-
11

Assess ethical and legal
responsibilities for
conduct in wildlife management.



15.


R: I

14
-
16

Describe the importance of pest management
in the agricultural industry.



16.


R: I

14
-
16

Apply mathematical, reading, and writing
skills used in woodworking.



17.


R
-
I

14
-
16

Demonstrate
procedures used in arc welding.



18.


R
-
I

17
-
18

Explain the theory of operation for two
-

and
four
-
cycle small engines.



19.


R
-
I

17
-
18

Demonstrate procedures used in wiring
electrical circuits.



20.


R
-
I

17
-
18

Identify procedures for installing and
maintaining
water and sewage lines for
agricultural structures.






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2011
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22

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

ACOS
#


AHSG
E

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives


Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1

Describe career opportunities associated with animal
biotechnology.



2.



3,18

List safety
considerations and procedures required
for working in animal biotechnology.



3.


RIV.4

3

Trace the historical development of animal
biotechnology.



4.


R
II.
2


3
-
4

Describe the importance of animal biotechnology to
humans, including medical, environmental,
and
product advancements.



5.


R
II.
2


5

Describe advances in biotechnology that enhance the
ability of animal immune systems to fight diseases.



6.


R
II.
2


6
-
7

Describe ways scientific research, consumer
preferences, and advances in biotechnology
influence
animal development and production.



7.


RII.2

8
-
9

Compare cultural and bioethical views of genetic
manipulation, including genetic engineering and
cloning.



8.


RIV.4

18

Describe heterogeneity as an important strategy in
maintaining health and productivity
in animal
populations.



9.



5

Identify desirable characteristics for an animal
population.



10.


RIV.4

1
-
14

Describe inheritance patterns based on
chromosomes, genes, alleles, and gene interaction.










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2011
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23

ANIMAL SCIENCE

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard
/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1
-
2

Identify employment opportunities in the
livestock industry.



2.



3
-
4

Describe safety procedures for handling
livestock.



3.


RIV.4

5

Trace the domestication of livestock.



4.



6

Identify livestock by common

names.



5.



7
-
8

Explain benefits of livestock production
to society.



6.


RIV.4

9

Trace the history of major large animal
breeds.



7.



10

Describe facilities used to manage
livestock.



8.


RII.2

11
-
12

Compare digestive systems of large
animals.



9.



13

Describe proper nutrition and balanced
rations for animals.



10.



13

Evaluate methods of disease prevention
in livestock.



11.



14

Describe the structure and function of
male and female reproductive systems in
livestock.



12.


RIV.4

14

Differentiate animal
rights from animal
welfare.



13.



17

Identify economically important
specialty animals and animal products.



14.


RII.2

18

Compare requirements for specialty
animal production with traditional animal
production.











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2011
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2012 School Year


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24

AQUA EXPERIENCE

ACOS
#


AHSG
E

OBJ.

#

Week

Standard/Objectives


Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1

Identify career opportunities in aquaculture.



2.



1
-
2

Identify safety precautions associated with
producing fish.



3.


RIV.4

3

Trace the history of aquaculture.



4.


RIV.4

4

Explain extensive,

semi
-
intensive, and intensive
aquaculture production.



5.



5

Describe the role of scientific research relative to
the aquaculture industry.



6.



6

Explain the economic impact of aquaculture at the
local, state, and national levels.



7.


RIV.4

7

Differentiate among water quality parameters
relative to the culture of aquatic organisms,
including ammonia and nitrate toxicity and pH,
oxygen, and temperature tolerances.



8.



8
-
9

Explain entrepreneurship opportunities available
in the aquaculture
industry.



9.



9

Explain results of an aquaculture market survey.



10.



10
-
11

Construct a budget for an aquaculture operation.



11.

RII.2

1
-
18

Compare aquasystem designs for various aquatic
species.










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2011
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2012 School Year


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25

AQUACULTURE SCIENCE

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1
-
2

Describe various career opportunities in the
aquaculture industry.



2.



1
-
1

Describe safety precautions for the aquaculture
industry.



3.



3

Explain the historical background of aquaculture.



4.


RIV.4

3

Differentiate among freshwater, brackish water, and
saltwater ecosystems.



5.


RIV.4

4

Relate geological and hydrological phenomena and
fluid dynamics to aquatic systems.



6.



4
-
5

Explain the importance of biogeochemical cycles in
an aquatic
environment.



7.


RIV.4

15
-
16

Categorize aquaculture species as cold, cool, or
warm water species.



8.



6

Determine important properties and content of
water as related to aquaculture.



9.


R
II.
2


6

Describe various structures and equipment used in
growing
aquacrops.



10.


R
II.
2


7

Describe infrastructure necessary for aquaculture
production.



11.



8
-
9

Identify the genotype and phenotype for specific
characteristics in aquatic animals resulting from
selective breeding.



12.



10
-
11

Describe adaptations that allow

organisms to exist
in specific aquatic environments.



13.



12
-
13

Describe processes and environmental
characteristics that affect growth rates of aquatic
animals.



14.


RIV.4

14

Determine effects of the fishing industry on the
aquatic environment.



15.



17

Define concepts associated with health
management of aquacrops.



16.


RIV.4

18

Describe the control of diseases and pests in aquatic
environments.






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2011
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2012 School Year


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26

AQUATIC BIOLOGY

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives


Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1

Describe various aquatic career opportunities.



2.



2

Explain safety concepts related to aquatic biology.



3.


RIV.4

2
-
3

Describe the historical background and
technological advancements of aquaculture as it
relates to agriculture.



4.



4

Classify aquatic
species using scientific
nomenclature.



5.



5

Describe types of aquatic animal production in the
United States.



6.


RIV.4

6

Classify characteristics of ectothermic animals.



7.


R
II.
2


7

Describe concepts of diffusion and osmosis related
to aquatic organisms.



8.



8

Interpret water quality data related to natural and
artificial aquatic environments.



9.



9

Diagnose major diseases and their causes in
aquaculture environments.



10.


R
II.
2


10
-
13

Describe preventive measures for aquatic predators
and pests.



11.


10
-
13

Identify contributions of biotechnology to
aquaculture.



12.


14

Trace biogeochemical cycles through the
environment, including water, carbon, oxygen,
phosphorus, and
nitrogen.



13.

RIV.4

15

Identify agencies responsible for the development
of effluent limitations, guidelines, and standards for
aquatic production.



14.


16
-
17

Identify potential land and water use conflicts in the
aquaculture industry.



15.

RIV.4

18

Recognize problems with sustainability in
aquaculture production.







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2011
-

2012 School Year


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27

CONSTRUCTION FINISHING AND INTERIOR SYSTEMS

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1
-
2

Describe career opportunities associated with
construction finishing.



2.



3

Demonstrate job site safety in the finishing
phase of construction.



3.



4

Demonstrate the installation of a window in a
structure.



4.



5

Demonstrate the installation of a door in a
structure.



5.


RIV.4

6

Design water supply

and sewage drainage
systems for a structure.



6.



7
-
8

Analyze components needed for wiring a
structure.



7.


RIV.4

9
-
10

Demonstrate techniques for making electrical
splices and connections for a single pole
switch with light,
3
-
way switch with light,
&

a duplex receptacle.



8.


RIV.4

11

Identify criteria for selecting insulating
materials for structures.




9.


R
II.
2


12

Describe procedures for installing various
insulating materials for structures.



10.



13

Demonstrate the installation of exterior and
interior wall coverings for structures.



11.


RIV.4

13

Identify materials, hardware, and fasteners
used in cabinet construction.



12.



15
-
14

Demonstrate the construction of storage units
in structures.



13.



17
-
16

Identify various finishes for exterior
surfaces.



14.



18

Apply finishes to interior surfaces.









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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
-

2012 School Year


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28

CONTRUCTION FRAMING

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RII.2

1
-
2

Compare various career opportunities
associated with frame construction.



2.



3

Demonstrate job site safety in frame
construction.



3.


RII.2

4

Compare applications of hardwood and
softwood lumber used in framing structures.



4.



5

Calculate a bill of materials for the framing of
a wood structure.



5.


RII.2

6

Compare advantages of
concrete flooring
systems and wood flooring systems.



6.


RIV.4

7

Design a floor framing system for a structure.



7.


RIV.4

8

Design a wall framing system for a structure.



8.


RII.2

8

Compare various wall sheathing materials for
structures.



9.



9
-
10

Explain

the importance of vapor barriers used
in wall framing.



10.


RIV.4

11

Design a ceiling framing system for a structure.



11.


RIV.4

12

Identify types of stairs used in structures.



12.



13
-
14

Demonstrate the procedure for laying

out and
cutting stringers for stair construction.



13.



15
-
16

Demonstrate the procedure for installing
handrails to stairs.



14.



17

Identify types of roofs used on structures.



15.


RII.2

17

Compare conventional and truss roof systems
for structures.



16.


RII.2
RIV.4


18

Compare various decking materials for roof
systems.



17.


RIV.4

17

Describe types of materials used for roof
systems.



18.



18

Demonstrate the installation of roofing
materials.





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2011
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2012 School Year


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29


CONSTRUCTION SITE PR
EPARATION AND FOUNDA
TION

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1

Identify career opportunities in the
construction industry



2.



1
-
2

Demonstrate job site safety concepts required
for site preparation and foundation
construction.



3.



3
-
4

Demonstrate
the mechanical drawing process
used in designing structures.



4.


RIV.4

5

Explain local building codes affecting the
construction of buildings.



5.



6

Calculate equipment and work space
requirements for structures.



6.



7
-
8

Identify factors in selecting
building materials
used in structures.



7.



9

Formulate a bill of materials for a specific
structure.



8.



10

Identify positive characteristics of a building
site.



9.



11
-
12

Explain the importance of conducting property
surveys for structures, including
location of
property and setback lines.



10.


RIV.4

13
-
14

Demonstrate building layout procedures for a
specific structure.



11.



15

Explain how to lay out and construct pier,
edge, and footing forms.



12.


RIV.4

15
-
16

Describe the use of concrete reinforcements

in
structures.



13.



17

Demonstrate the use of concrete and masonry
tools in construction.



14.



18

Demonstrate the process of mixing concrete.



15.



18

Demonstrate the process of laying block.






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2011
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2012 School Year


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30

CREATIVE FLORAL DESIGN

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standar
d/Objectives


Dates:

1




Taught

Tested

2


1
-
4

Describe careers in creative floral design.



3

RIV.4

5

Identify professional florist associations.



4


6

Apply safety precautions involved in creative floral
design.



5


7

Demonstrate the use of design

mechanics in creative floral
designs.



6


8
-
9

Demonstrate design techniques used in creating
contemporary arrangements, including basing, clustering,
pillowing, layering, bundling, and wrapping.



7


10
-
11

Design abstract and interpretive arrangements
using both
natural and man
-
made materials.



8

RIV.4

12

Create period designs, including southwest, colonial,
country, oriental, and European.



9


12

Describe factors involved with balloon decorating.



10

RII.2

13

Create tabletop floral arrangements
for special events.



11


13

Construct various specialty arrangements, including dish
gardens, topiaries, jardinières, and
pot
-
de
-
fleur
.



12


14
-
13

Demonstrate the ability to dry and preserve flowers and
foliage.



13


15
-
16

Identify various types of
permanent flowers.



14


17
-
18

Create window and in
-
store displays, including radiation,
step, pyramid, and zigzag designs.





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2011
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31

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives


Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1

Recognize career

opportunities related to
environmental stewardship.



2.



2
-
3

Identify safety considerations required for working
in environmental management.



3.



4

Explain the importance of conserving natural
resources and the environment.



4.


RII.2

5

Describe methods
of managing various types of
waste.



5.


RII.2

5

Describe properties of water that make it a universal
solvent.



6.



6

Identify sources of local drinking water.



7.



7
-
8

Identify reasons coastal waters serve as an important
resource.



8.


RII.2

9

Describe
factors to be considered in preparing a
water conservation or management plan for
groundwater and surface water resources.



9.



10

Identify major contaminants in water resulting from
natural phenomena, housing, industrial waste, and
agriculturural

pollutants.



10.


RII.2

11
-
12

Describe the composition of soil profiles and soil
samples of varying climates.



11.

RII.2

13

Describe land use practices that promote
sustainability and economic growth.



12.

RII.2

14

Describe agents of erosion, including
moving water,
gravity, glaciers, and wind.



13.


15

Identify the impact of pollutants on the atmosphere.



14.

RII.2

16

Compare the effects of various pesticides on the
environment.



15.

RII.2

17

Describe short
-

and long
-
term climatic conditions
and
their importance in agricultural production.



16.


17

Identify the influence of human populations,
technology, and cultural and industrial changes on
the environment.





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2011
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32

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT CONTINUED

ACOS
#


AHSG
E

OBJ. #

Week

Standard
/Objectives


Dates:





Taught

Tested

17.


16

Identify positive and negative effects of human
activities on biodiversity.



18.


17
-
18

Analyze agricultural activity for its impact on the
ecosystems of Alabama.



19.


18

Evaluate various fossil fuels
for their effectiveness
as energy resources.



20.


18

Evaluate other sources of energy for their
effectiveness as alternatives to fossil fuels.








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2011
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2012 School Year


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33

EQUINE SCIENCE

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1

Describe career opportunities in the equine
industry.



2.



1
-
2

Identify safety techniques to be considered when
handling horses.



3.



3
-
4

Differentiate characteristics of light horses, draft
horses, and ponies, including structure, muscling,
color, and
shape of head and neck.



4.


RII.2

5

Describe the external anatomy of a horse.



5.



6

Describe structures and functions of the equine
digestive system.



6.



7

Explain functions of the equine circulatory system.



7.



8

Identify parts and functions of equine
male and
female reproductive systems.



8.



9

Analyze equine feed ingredients to determine
nutritional value.



9.



10
-
11

Explain the balance of rations used in feeding
equine.



10.


RII.2

12

Describe causes of major equine diseases and
methods for prevention.



11.



12

Differentiate among internal and external parasites
prevalent in equine.



12.


RII.2

13

Describe hoof problems in equine.



13.



13
-
14

Diagnose conditions that require the assistance of a
farrier.



14.



15

Categorize normal equine ranges for vital
signs,
critical and noncritical injuries, and treatment of
wounds.



15.



16

Distinguish factors in selecting horses for a
particular use.



16.


RII.2

17

Describe equine barn styles and facilities.







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2011
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2012 School Year


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34

FISH AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

ACOS
#


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1
-
4

Describe career opportunities in fish and wildlife
management.



2.



4

Determine principles of hunting, boating, and
recreational vehicle safety.



3.


RIV.4

5
-
6

Explain the history of fish and
wildlife
management.



4.


RII.2

7

Describe laws that protect fish and wildlife.



5.


RII.2

8
-
9

Compare habitat needs of selected fish and wildlife
species native to Alabama.



6.



10

Analyze human activities for positive and negative
effects on fish and
wildlife.



7.



11
-
12

Distinguish game from nongame wildlife species.



8.



13

Identify common fish and wildlife species
indigenous to Alabama.



9.


RII.2

14
-
16

Compare aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.



10.



17

Identify outdoor recreational opportunities in
Alabama.



11.



16
-
17

Identify pests and diseases affecting fish and
wildlife species.



12.


RII.2

18

Describe differences among state parks in Alabama.





MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
-

2012 School Year


PACING GUIDE AT A GLANCE



35

FLORAL DESIGN AND INTERIORSCAPING

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ.
#

Week

Standard/Objectives


Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1
-
2

Identify career opportunities in the floral industry.



2.



3

Practice safe usage of tools and supplies in floral
design and interiorscaping.



3.



4
-
5

Create floral arrangements using basic
line
designs.



4.



6
-
8

Differentiate among flowers, foliages, and plants
used in the floriculture industry.



5.



9
-
12

Identify common floral arrangements used in the
floral design industry.



6.


RII.2

13

Compare effects of light, temperature, air, and
water on plant growth in interiorscaping.



7.



14

Differentiate among drainage characteristics of
various growing media.



8.


RII.2

15
-
16

Describe disease and insect control methods used
in interiorscaping.



9.


RII.2

17

Compare major plant fertilizers used in
interiorscaping.



10.



17

Explain principles of interior landscape design.



11.

RIV.4

18

Design a maintenance schedule for interiorscape
sites.



12.

RIV.4

18

Design interiorscapes

for commercial clients.






MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
-

2012 School Year


PACING GUIDE AT A GLANCE



36

FORESTRY

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives

Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.



1

List employment opportunities in forestry.



2.



1
-
3

Identify potential hazards in Alabama

forests,
including topographical hazards, stinging insects,
venomous spiders and snakes, and poisonous
plants.



3.


RII.2

4

Describe historical events that have influenced
forestry in Alabama and the United States.



4.


RII.2

5

Describe major parts of a
tree and their functions.



5.



5

Identify common forest trees of Alabama.



6.



6

Demonstrate the use of tree measurement tools.



7.



7

Determine the volume of standing timber.



8.


RII.2

8
-
9

Describe various methods for cruising timber.



9.



10
-
11

Interpret

map characteristics and features.



10.



12
-
13

Demonstrate the use of mapping tools, including
direction, elevation, and distance reading tools.



11.


RII.2

14

Compare methods of harvesting timber, including
seed tree cutting, clear cutting, selection
cutting,
and shelter wood cutting.



12.


RII.2

15

Compare artificial and natural reforestation
methods.



13.



15

Explain the importance of prescribed burning.



14.


RII.2

16

Describe chemical and physical properties of wood.



15.



16

Identify lumber, timber, and

paper products
produced from wood.



16.



17

Analyze characteristics of lumber to determine
grade.



17.


RII.2

17

Describe wood treatment processes.



18.



18

Identify causes of forest fires.



19.



18

Identify causes of forest fires.







MOBILE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM

DIVISION OF
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

2011
-

2012 School Year


PACING GUIDE AT A GLANCE



37

FORESTRY EQUIPMENT

ACOS #


AHSGE

OBJ. #

Week

Standard/Objectives


Dates:





Taught

Tested

1.


RIV.4

1
-
2

Examine careers in sales and service of forestry
equipment.



2.



3
-
4

Recognize the need for safety clothing and gear
used in the forestry industry.



3.


RII.2

5
-
7

Compare
uses of tree harvesting equipment.



4.



8
-
10

Identify road and fire lane maintenance equipment.



5.



11

Demonstrate the use of forestry hand tools,
including pruning saws, bow saws, loppers, and
brush cutters.



6.



12

Identify sharpening techniques for
chain saws,
axes, pruners, and pole saws.



7.



11
-
13

Identify types of urban forestry equipment,
including tree climbing equipment and tree moving
equipment.



8.



14

Explain common techniques of chain saw
maintenance.



9.



15
-
16

Identify systems that
require inspection before
engine operation.



10.


RII.2

17

Describe preparation of forestry equipment for
storage.



11.

RII.2

18