LESSON PLANS

 

 

  

 

 

COURSE:  Automotive Technology 2

 

GRADE LEVEL:  12

 

UNIT TOPIC:  Section II ENGINE REPAIR Chapter 6 Engine Disassembly, Cleaning, and Crack Detection

 

 

 

SCHEDULED DATES OF INSTRUCTION:  09-13 Feb. 2015

 

OBJECTIVES:  Upon completion of this unit, the student will be able to:

1. Prepare for ASE suspension and Steering (A4) certification test content area “D” (Wheel and Tire Diagnosis and Repair).

2. List the various parts that make up a tire.

3. Explain how a tire is manufactured.

4. Discuss tire size ratings.

5. Describe tire purchasing considerations and maintenance.

6. Explain the construction and sizing of steel and alloy wheels and attaching hardware.

7. Define sprung and un-sprung weight.

8. Demonstrate the correct lug nut tightening procedure and torque.

 

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Class room book: AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY PRINCIPLES< DIAGNOSIS and SERVICE Second Edition

By James D. Halderman & Chase D. Mitchell Jr.

Automotive training aids

White board and my wonderful drawings

 

PRESENTATION METHOD:  Lecture/large group discussion

 

 

ASSESSMENT: Hands on demonstration and multiple choice test.

2011

 

OBJECTIVES:  Upon completion of this unit, the student will be able to:

1. Prepare for ASE suspension and Steering (A4) certification test content area “D” (Wheel and Tire Diagnosis and Repair).

2. List the various parts that make up a tire.

3. Explain how a tire is manufactured.

4. Discuss tire size ratings.

5. Describe tire purchasing considerations and maintenance.

6. Explain the construction and sizing of steel and alloy wheels and attaching hardware.

7. Define sprung and un-sprung weight.

8. Demonstrate the correct lug nut tightening procedure and torque.

 

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Class room book: AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY PRINCIPLES< DIAGNOSIS and SERVICE Second Edition

By James D. Halderman & Chase D. Mitchell Jr.

Automotive training aids

White board and my wonderful drawings

 

PRESENTATION METHOD:  Lecture/large group discussion

 

 

ASSESSMENT: Hands on demonstration and multiple choice test.

2015

 

OBJECTIVES:  After studying Chapter 6, the students should be able to:

1. Prepare for ASE Engine Repair (A1) certification test content area “A” (General Engine Diagnosis)

2. Describe how to remove an engine from a vehicle.

3. Discuss how to remove cylinder heads without causing warpage.

4. List the steps necessary to remove a piston from a cylinder.

5. Explain how to remove a valve from a cylinder head.

6. List the types of engine cleaning methods.

7. List the various methods that can be used to check engine parts for cracks.

8. Describe crack-repair procedures.

     

MATERIALS REQUIRED: Class room book: AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY PRINCIPLES< DIAGNOSIS and SERVICE Second Edition

By James D. Halderman & Chase D. Mitchell Jr.

Automotive training aids

White board and my wonderful drawings

 

PRESENTATION METHOD:  Lecture/large group discussion

 

 

ASSESSMENT: Hands on demonstration and multiple choice test.