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Bartlett High School Automotive Program

My Name is Mr. Graham

My email address is: dgraham@bartlettschools.org

 

My Class Schedule:

1st Period – Planning

2nd Period – Maintenance and Light Repair I

3rd Period – Maintenance and Light Repair I

4th Period – Maintenance and Light Repair II

5th Period – Maintenance and Light Repair II

6th Period – Maintenance and Light Repair III

7th Period – Maintenance and Light Repair III

Maintenance and light Repair I

This course explores the various aspects of modern automotive technology and repair.
 
Method of instruction:
  Lecture, Demonstration, video, peer tutoring and hands on in lab training and practice.
 
Course Objectives:
The student will perform safety exams and maintain safety records
The student will demonstrate shop and personal safety
The student will identify and properly use, maintain, and store automotive service hand tools, power tools, and shop equipment.
The students will prepare a vehicle for service.
The student will perform basic vehicle service and maintenance.
The student will properly inspect and service tires and wheels.
 
Text and required supplies:
$25.00 shop Fee required each year.
Textbooks will be provided.
All lab supplies provided, (coveralls or protective clothing not provided.)
 
Grading:
100-93=A
  92-85=B
  84-75=C
  74-70=D
  69-0  =F
 
 Test, Quizes, Practical demonstration, Participation
 
Any test, quiz or practical demo can be made up or redone for better grade until the week before the last week of the grading period. 
 
Expectations:
  All students will be expected to participate everyday.
In lab safety glasses and gear, and protective clothing.
No open shoes (flip flops, sandles ext.)
 
 
 
Maintenance and Light  Repair II
Prerequisites (MLR I)
This course explores the various aspects of modern automotive technology and repair.
 
Method of instruction:
Lecture, Demonstration, peer tutoring and Hands on in lab training and practice.
 
Course Objectives:
The student will perform safety exams and maintain safety records
The student will properly test, diagnose, repair, and service general automotive electrical systems.
The student will service, inspect, test, automotive batteries.
The student will inspect, test, service, and repair vehicle starting systems.
The student will inspect, test, service, and repair vehicle charging systems.
The student will inspect, test, service, and repair vehicle lighting and accessory systems.
 
Text and required supplies:
$25.00 shop fee required each year.
Textbooks will be provided.
All lab supplies provided, (coveralls or protective clothing not provided.)
 
Grading:
100-93=A
  92-85=B
  84-75=C
  74-70=D
  69-0  =F
 
 Test, Quizes, Practical demonstration, Participation
 
Any test, quiz or practical demo can be made up or redone for better grade until the week before last week of the grading period. 
 
Expectations:
  All students will be expected to participate everyday.
All students will be expected to participate everyday.
In lab safety glasses and gear, and protective clothing.
No open shoes (flip flops, sandles, ext.)
 
 
Maintenance and Light Repair III
Prerequisites (MLR I, MLR II)
 
This course explores the various aspects of modern Automotive technology and repair.
 
Method of instruction:
  Lecture, Demonstration, peer tutoring and hands on in lab training and practice.
 
Course Objectives:
The student will perform safety exam and maintain safety records.
The student will demonstrate leadership, citizenship, and teamwork skills required for success in the school, community, and work place.
The student will inspect, service, and repair suspension and steering systems.
The student will inspect, service, and repair vehicle brake systems.
 
Text and required supplies:
$25.00 shop fee required each year.
Textbooks will be provided.
All lab supplies provided, (coveralls or protective clothing not provided.)
 
Grading:
100-93=A
  92-85=B
  84-75=C
  74-70=D
  69-0  =F
 
 Test, Quizes, Practical demonstration, Participation
 
Any test, quiz or practical demo can be made up or redone for better grade until the week before the last week of the grading period. 
 
Expectations:
  All students will be expected to participate everyday.
 All students will be expected to participate everyday.
In lab safety glasses and gear, and protective clothing.
No open shoes (flip flops, sandles, ext.)