Vocational Education Lesson Plans


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  1. ARE YOU READY FOR WORK? - TSW: demonstrate good grooming & hygiene demonstrate appropriate appearance for the workplace.
  2. Automobile Engine Cooling - Explain why the cooling system of a vehicle is very important to keep the engine running at optimum temperature.
  3. Automotive Technology-W.E.P. - Brake system inspection, NYS inspection guidelines for braking systems, Identifying wear characteristics and safety issues.
  4. Balancing a Tire - The student will be able to balance wheels and tires. Identify different type of wheel weights.
  5. Behaviors that Stop Bullying - Teach students appropriate skills in assertiveness, expression and bullying recognition to avoid bullying and victimization.
  6. Brain Dominance - This lesson should allow the student to become more aware of their learning style and to become more comfortable and confident in the way their brain works.
  7. Careers II - Help learners identify factors in their environments, heredity, culture and life-experiences that have/do influence their interests and life choices.
  8. Careers in Agriculture - Develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities.
  9. Digital Panoramic Photography - How to set up digital camera for panoramic shots.
  10. Driver Education-Drinking & Driving - To learn about peer pressure relating to driving and drinking.
  11. Fluid Intake - Student will calculate and record oral intake using the metric system with 100% accuracy.
  12. Food Preparation Methods - Apply methods for safety and sanitation, lab procedures and conserving resources.
  13. Front Brake Pad Replacement - Students will understand proper front front disc brake pad replacement service procedures.
  14. Front Hydraulic Fork Assembly - To present front suspension systems,design and operation.
  15. GCSE Food Technology - To introduce students to the GCSE Food Technology course explaining the course contents and a brief resume of the course.
  16. Graduated Drivers Licensing - Students will be able to draw conclusions about the need for graduated driver licensing and make inferences about teen driving behaviors.
  17. Hazards on the Job Site - Students will understand some of the basic warnings while welding.
  18. How to use the computer. - Individuals will be able to develop and or maintain basic skills needed for using the computer.
  19. Introduction to Agriculture - Students will develop knowledge and skills regarding career opportunities and personal development.
  20. Introduction to Computers - To introduce students to the various categories of computers.
  21. Laying out and Cutting a Rafter - Upon completion of this lesson you should have the basic skills to layout and cut any basic roof rafter with any given roof pitch.
  22. Making Proper Welds - To successfully identify at least three different types of Inspection and/or Testing.
  23. Measuring With A Metric Ruler - Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the role of measurement in engineering, manufacturing, and construction processes and technology.
  24. Pain Management - The goal of this lesson is to ensure optimal patient comfort through a proactive pain control management plan.
  25. Photoshop Brush Using Photography - Using student photography to create brushes in Photoshop.
  26. Playground Project - Students are to be able to design, develop and equip a playground that meets the state & NAEYC guidelines.
  27. Preparing a Budgeting Spreadsheet - Ability to define and create a budget using Excel.
  28. Safety In The Auto Safety Shop - Know how to identify shop dangers.
  29. Shop Fair Project - Students will use creativity and trade knowledge, to construct a plumbing and or heating project to be displayed at shop fair.
  30. Spreadsheets - Students will learn spreadsheet terminology and skills.
  31. Summer Job Prep. Bicycle Repair - To test and grade student on there ability to build and maintain a bicycle and to work with others in a controlled work environment.
  32. The Changing Role of Technology - TLW Describe the changing role of technology and its effect on society.
  33. The Visible PC An Overview - To familiarize the students with the basic elements of the computer using Lecture, Power Point presentation, Overhead slides, physical hardware, and pertinent tools
  34. USB Data Recovery - Changes in versions of USB transfer rates and capacity of memory devices.
  35. Welding - The students will Braze weld two pieces of mild steel and produce a joint that is compatible to industrial standards.
  36. Welding and Allied Processes - The overall goal of this class is to fully understand the differences of the many types of welding processes.
  37. What Do You Know About Money? - Students will be able to: Know a brief history of money.
  38. Wiring a Table Lamp - Introduction to the basics of wiring a table lamp. Safety, tools and materials required, step-by-step instructions.