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Industrial Technology

Digital Communications Wheel

Grade Level: 7
Prerequisite: None
Length: One quarter
Description: This course will introduce students to the proper use of computers to develop computer applications skills, including word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and programming. This course will continue to develop keyboarding skills, introduce database management, and continue to develop the use of the Internet as a research tool.

Industrial Technology Wheel

Grade Level: 7
Prerequisite: None
Length: One quarter
Description: This introductory course provides students the opportunity to develop skills associated with metal and wood working. Students will be introduced to the operations of tools, equipment, and related materials with an emphasis on projects and safety.

Intro to Video Production Wheel

Grade Level: 7
Prerequisite: None
Length: One quarter
Description: This course introduces students to the content creation for the Art, Media, and Entertainment Career Path. It develops traditional, digital, and audio-visual communication skills in the arts and sciences. Students will learn the art of self-discipline and teamwork while building self-confidence through the production of a finished product. Projects for the community could include public service announcements and the promotion of learning. Students will utilize digital devices: computers, camcorders, cameras, and scanners to produce scripts, storyboards, animations, video programs, and special effects.

Industrial Technology I (Shop)

Grade Level: 8
Prerequisite: None
Length: One semester
Description: This course will introduce students to basic concepts involved in drafting, working with woods and working with acrylic plastics. Safety rules will be explored, including the safe operation of selected hand and power tools, equipment, and materials. The course will emphasize measuring and use of related tools, as well as choosing, drafting the design of, and completion of self-selected projects using woods and plastics. Students will also develop an understanding of and appreciation for the industrial arts area and related career opportunities. For individual course projects beyond curriculum objectives, students may be charged a supply/materials fee.

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Contact

Donald Repucci
drepucci@slcusd.org
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