PAE - Principles of Applied Engineering - Curriculum Framework
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Curriculum Framework
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Course Name:Principles of Applied Engineering (PAE)Grading Period:1st
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TEKs:1(A-E), 2(A,E),3(A,C),5(A-C), 6(C-D)Approx. Days To Teach: 2 to 4
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Unit 01:Introductions and What Is Engineering?
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Certifications:
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Supplementary Resources: Engineering Fundamentals: Design, Principles, and Careers (2nd Edition), pp. 3-20
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ObjectivesInstructional Strategies
(Including PBL & Real-World Application)
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Welcome
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Syllabus, TEKS, Classroom ExpectationsSyllabus Scavenger Hunt
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Introduce Engineering Notebook that will be used in PAEDescribe and demonstrate the type of Engineering Notebook that will be constructed in PAE
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(A) Define engineering.Check Your Engineering IQ
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Key Terms [3] and Problem Solving
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(B) Identify and describe the types of knowledge used by engineers.Look at mathematical, scientific and technical knowledge [6-7]
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WB 1-2 - Learn more about the types of knowledge used in an engineering discipline [7]
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(C) List the roles that make an engineering team.Types and Skills; Careers in Engineering: Engineering Technicians, Tradespeople
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(D) List several engineering disciplines.Career Activity: Mechanical, Materials, Manufacturing, Electrical, Computer, Civil, Aerospace, Chemical, Bioengineering, and Environmental
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(E) Summarize the historical developments in engineering.Engineering History Timeline; Early Civilizations; Industrial Revolution; Twentieth-Century Advances; Engineering in the Twentieth Century
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(SP) Summary and End of Unit Projects [20-21]Test your knowledge [20]
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Matching the discipline of engineering with a typical project that is designed in that discipline [20]
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(1) Groups: Brainstorm ideas for creating, classroom tools (posters or flashcards) that will help students learn and remember different engineering disciplines; Choose best idea(s) and delegate responsibilities for constructing the tools and presenting to the class.
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(2) Individuals: Make a timeline of 20th-Century advances in engineering (e.g., 10-point timeline from 1900 through today showing the milestones that have led to new products and processes)
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