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TECHNOLOGY MODS

Course Length:

1 Semester

Credits:

1

Grade Level:

9, 10, 11, 12

This exciting computer based course is designed to provide the student with a broad experience in four main

clusters of Industrial Technology (Communications, Construction, Manufacturing, and Transportation). The

student will cover the following modules: Virtual Reality, Electronics, Graphic Design, Mechanical, Video

Production, Multimedia (Power point), Desktop Publishing, Fiber Optics and LASERS, CAD 3D Architect, Flight

Simulator, CNC Mill, Color CAMN (Vinyl), Animation, Artificial Intelligence, 3D Studio, Robotics, CNC Lathe

Programming, Plastics, AC Electricity module, and Video Editing, and Computer Problem Solving. This course is

ideal for women and men that want to be exposed to a wide range of technology used in today’s careers.

VIRTUAL REALITY

Course Length:

1 Semester

Credits:

1

Prerequisite:

Designer’s Choice 1 or 2

Grade:

9, 10, 11, 12

Students will design either a residential or commercial building with Revit. After building completion, students will

use Lumion pro software to create residential or commercial sub divisions, applying different materials and special

effects. The remainder of the course will be spent creating different lighting effects (lighting, texture, and material

renderings of interior and exterior structures.

WEB DESIGN

Course Length:

1 Semester

Credits:

1

Grade Level:

10, 11, 12

Introduces students to the digital tools used to create and publish web pages using WIX online software and

Dreamweaver. The PC Platform, digital cameras, WIX website building, Dreamweaver, Flash Vortex, and

Photoshop software will be used to create web based graphics. The course is designed to prepare students for an

entry-level position in web design. Students will build web pages designed for education, business, government,

or entertainment.

WOODWORKING 1

Course Length:

1 Semester

Credits:

1

Grade Level:

9, 10, 11, 12

This is a beginning course in woods. The students will learn how to use all the machines in the shop, while

making a mirrored shelf. Good safety habits are stressed and carryover skills developed. The second class

project is in mass production. The students will mass produce a folding table. The remainder of the course the

students can make small to medium size projects.

WOODWORKING 2

Course Length:

1 Semester

Credits:

1

Prerequisite:

Woodworking 1

Grade Level:

10, 11, 12

It will also be to the student's advantage to have taken a semester of mechanical drawing before enrolling in this

class. Students will be able to select their own projects such as a gun cabinets, bookcase, cedar chest,

entertainment center, night stand, coffee table, etc., with drawer and door construction emphasized. Half of the

student’s grade will be the project. Good safety habits will also be stressed.