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Electronics III

Course Objectives

Learn about logic gates, how they work and how they are built.
Learn to combine logic gates to built more complex digital devices like clocks, flip-flops, timers etc.
Learn the principles of Boolean Algebra.
Learn about binary numbers
Learn about binary and decade, digital counting circuits.
Learn about digital dividers.
Learn about digital displays, decoders and multiplexers.
Acquire experience building and working with digital circuits by following pictorial and schematic diagrams using the proving technique of learning by doing.

Performance Indicators

The student will:

Be able to recognize the four logic gates AND, OR, NAND, NOR, and the two logic circuits YES, and NOT.
Know how the logic gates work, their truth tables, and their Boolean equations.
Learn to recognize binary numbers.
Learn how to count using binary numbers
Be able to convert from binary numbers to decimal numbers and back again.
Will build various circuits that show he/she has an adequate understanding of complex digital circuits.
Build, analyze, and explain how and why circuits work.
Demonstrate the proper use of test equipment.
Will keep proper records for his projects.
Demonstrate circuit comprehension by reading schematic diagrams and block diagrams.
Demonstrate troubleshooting comprehension by reading service flow carts, reading schematic diagrams, isolating defective circuits, test instrument set-up and application, and removing and replacing defective components.
Build and get working properly, the “Sonic Rover”.
Build various other projects.

Standards Alignment

028 Observation
034 Safety
038 Mathematics for Science
042 Mathematics Formulas
045 Problem Solving and Decision Making
063 Measurement Systems
076 Documentation
078 Scientific Method
079 Teamwork
086 DC Circuits
087 AC Circuits
088 Solid-State Devices
089 Analog Circuits
090 Digital Circuits
093 Soldering Electronic Connections
101 Basic Physics
102 Mechanics / Forces
104 Electricity and Magnetism
167 Diagnosis
G08 Positive Attitudes Personal And Professional
G17 Work Ethic
G20 Appreciation of Diversity

Technology Standards Alignment

Basic Operations and Concepts
Technology Productivity Tools
Technology Research Tools
Technology Problem-solving and Decision-making Tools

Student Assessment

Content based exams and quizzes
Building of circuits
Resister Color Code
Soldering skills
Test equipment skills
Record keeping
Breadboarding skills
Printed circuit board skills
Circuit comprehension
Mechanical theory

Student Activities

Use of test equipment
Inventorying parts
Completing “Knowledge Transfer Guide”
Building circuits using logic gates
Solving Boolean Algebra Problems
Solving binary number problems
Combining logic gates to build digital dividers, displays, decoders, and other complex digital devices
Building “Sonic Rover”
Building various other projects

Mission and Student Expectations Alignment

Student will be provided an environment in which to acquire knowledge and skills to become a respectful, productive, and responsible citizen.

Applied Learning Alignment

A1, C1, C2, C3, D1, D2, E1

Common Core Standards for Mathematics
N-Q 1,2,3,
A-CED 1,2,3,4

Math Practices 1,2,5,6

Common Core of Learning

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