Mr. Harris Notes

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Posted: January 24, 2022

ALL CLASSES THIS WEEK: Remember to check in daily for attendance.  

Also, if your Final Project was not handed in yet, let me know your plans today ASAP.  (Now overdue as of Friday, January 21). I need to finalize marks this week. 

Posted: January 21, 2022

ALL CLASSES:

REMEMBER: to check in daily for attendance, and to let me know if you have any questions/ concerns.

Reminder that your Final Project that was posted Tuesday, is DUE TODAY by the end of class.

Posted: January 20, 2022

ALL CLASSES

REMEMBER: to check in daily for attendance, and to let me know if you have any questions/ concerns.

 

Continue to work this week on your Final Project that was posted Tuesday.

Posted: January 19, 2022

ALL CLASSES:

REMEMBER: to check in daily for attendance, and to let me know if you have any questions/ concerns.

Work this week on your Final Project that was posted yesterday.

Posted: January 18, 2022

ALL CLASSES

FINAL PROJECT:
Due to the current circumstances, there will be NO FINAL EXAM!  However, for a FINAL PROJECT you are required to list and explain 10 Important Topics/ Things that you learned throughout this course.   List and explain why this is personally important to you.  Take some time and think this project through! (An example is provided below- your ideas could be quite different).

You are to complete this on your own and it will be marked as a final project.  These are to be put in a word document (Approximately 1 page) and emailed to me no later than the end of class time - Friday, January 21, 2022.  

An Example:  

RPM – I saw this before on the instrument cluster of a car, but I did not realize that it means Revolutions Per Minute.  After talking about this in class, I now realize that it means how fast your crankshaft is turning.  In class I learned the approximate RPM at idle = 750, cruise = 2000 and red line = 5500 (Maximum RPM) of a car engine.  I thought this was cool to learn about because I always heard people talking about RPM and before this class, I did not know what it really meant.

*** Remember to check in daily and to let me know if you have any questions/ concerns.

Posted: January 17, 2022

REMEMBER: Students are to follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily (through TEAMS or CDX) at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.  

ALL CLASSES

This week we will begin to review topics/ items that we discussed/ learned throughout the semester.  Way back since the beginning of September!!

For today reflect on topics/ items we learned about all semester.  I will post details about the Final Project here tomorrow.

Posted: January 14, 2022

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - PERIOD 1 and PERIOD 5

REMEMBER TO SIGN IN AND COMPLETE WORK/ QUIZZES ON CDX.

For today just review content that we went over this week.  Use today to get caught up on any quizzes/ videos etc.  that you missed.  Have a great weekend!!

All work is posted on TEAMS as well.

 

POWERTRAIN & CHASSIS – PERIOD 3

REMEMBER TO SIGN IN AND COMPLETE WORK/ QUIZZES ON CDX.

For today just review content that we went over this week.  Use today to get caught up on any quizzes/ videos etc.  that you missed.  Have a great weekend!!

All work is posted on TEAMS as well.

 

AUTO ELECTRICAL – PERIOD 4

REMEMBER TO SIGN IN AND COMPLETE WORK/ QUIZZES ON CDX.

For today just review content that we went over this week.  Use today to get caught up on any quizzes/ videos etc.  that you missed.  Have a great weekend!!

All work is posted on TEAMS as well.

Posted: January 13, 2022

REMEMBER:

Students should follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.

For our classes and attendance, you are expected to check in through TEAMS or CDX.

 

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - PERIOD 1 and PERIOD 5

Go over text and watch Theory/ Skill video(s) for S22023 – Install external components.

Then: complete S22023 Quiz

 

POWERTRAIN & CHASSIS – PERIOD 3

Wheels and Tires

Chapter 36:

Go over text content and watch at least 3 videos of your choice for K36002 – Describe the functions and features of wheels and tires. 

Then: complete K36002 Quiz

 

AUTO ELECTRICAL – PERIOD 4

Continue work from yesterday!

Chapter 50: Principles of Electrical Systems

Electrical Principles

Go over text content and video(s) for K50002 – Define units of electrical measurement. 

Then: complete K50002 Quiz

Posted: January 12, 2022

REMEMBER: Students should follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.

For our classes and attendance, you are expected to check in through TEAMS or CDX.

 

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - PERIOD 1 and PERIOD 5

Go over text and watch Theory/ Skill video(s) for S22017 – Install the cylinder head and valve train.

Then: complete S22017 Quiz

 

 

POWERTRAIN & CHASSIS – PERIOD 3

Wheels and Tires

Chapter 36: Wheels and Tires Theory

Complete: Pretest for Chapter 36  (Send a private message with your mark when completed.)

Then read Chapter 36 introduction.

 

AUTO ELECTRICAL – PERIOD 4

Chapter 50: Principles of Electrical Systems

Electrical Principles

Go over text content and video(s) for K50002 – Define units of electrical measurement. 

Then: complete K50002 Quiz

Posted: January 11, 2022

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

ALL CLASSES

Good morning all!! I hope you had a good break over Christmas.

 Students should follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.

Bell Schedule:

 

8:25-9:30 Period One - (ICE)

9:35-10:40 Period Two – (Prep)

10:45-11:50 Period Three – (PT & CH)

11:50-12:50 LUNCH

12:50-1:55 Period Four – (AE)

2:00-3:05 Period Five – (ICE)

 

For our classes and attendance, you are expected to check in and give me a quick message/ thumbs up that you are aware of task/ assignments for each day.  

Feel free to send questions/ messages. 

I can also be reached through email: eugene.harris@nbed.nb.ca

 All Classes: For today we will focus on getting TEAMS set up.  Also make sure you can login to CDX (and let me know).  Begin to review content that we were discussing prior to Christmas break.

Posted: November 12, 2021

REMEMBER:

Students should follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.

For our classes and attendance, you are expected to be logged into and using CDX at this time.

 

All Classes: For today, just login to CDX and send me a message that you signed in.

If you want to, you can review content that we were looking at this past 2 weeks. Have a great weekend!!

Posted: November 10, 2021

REMEMBER:

Students should follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.

For our classes and attendance, you are expected to be logged into and using CDX at this time.

 INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - PERIOD 1 and PERIOD 5

Continue from yesterday.  Go over text and video for S17001 – Diagnose cooling system faults.

Then: complete S17001 Quiz (if not done from yesterday)

 

POWERTRAIN & CHASSIS – PERIOD 3

Steering and Suspension Systems: Topic A&B

Finish all content (Text and videos) for K38007 – Describe the purpose, function, and variations of steering boxes. Then: complete K38007 Quiz

 

AUTO ELECTRICAL – PERIOD 4

Electrical Principles

Continue from yesterday.  Go over text content and videos for K50001 – Explain the basic fundamentals of electricity.  Then: complete K50001 Quiz

Posted: November 9, 2021

REMEMBER:

Students should follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.

For our classes and attendance, you are expected to be logged into and using CDX at this time.

 INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - PERIOD 1 and PERIOD 5

Go over text and video for S17001 – Diagnose cooling system faults.

Then: complete S17001 Quiz

 

POWERTRAIN & CHASSIS – PERIOD 3

Steering and Suspension Systems: Topic A&B

Continue with content (Text and videos) for K38007 – Describe the purpose, function, and variations of steering boxes.

Then: complete K38007 Quiz

 

AUTO ELECTRICAL – PERIOD 4

Electrical Principles

Go over text content and videos for K50001 – Explain the basic fundamentals of electricity.

Then: complete K50001 Quiz

Posted: November 8, 2021

REMEMBER:

Students should follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.

For our classes and attendance, you are expected to be logged into and using CDX at this time.

 INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - PERIOD 1 and PERIOD 5

Complete all work from last week first:

Then: Look at text and video for N17004 – Remove and replace thermostat and gasket.

Then: complete N17004 Quiz

 

POWERTRAIN & CHASSIS – PERIOD 3

Steering and Suspension Systems: Topic A&B

Complete all work from last week first:

Then: Begin to look at content (Text and videos) for K38007 – Describe the purpose, function, and variations of steering boxes.

 

AUTO ELECTRICAL – PERIOD 4

Electrical Principles

Complete all work from last week first:

Complete: Pretest for Chapter 50

Then: Go over text content and videos for K50001 – Explain the basic fundamentals of electricity.

Posted: November 5, 2021

REMEMBER:

Students should follow the regular bell schedule times and check-in daily at the beginning of each period when attendance will be taken.

For our classes and attendance, you are expected to be logged into and using CDX at this time.

 

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES - PERIOD 1 and PERIOD 5

Reminder to have Test and quiz completed by today:

K16008 Quiz (2 Attempts)

Chapter 16 TEST

 

POWERTRAIN & CHASSIS – PERIOD 3

Steering and Suspension Systems: Topic A&B

Reminder to have completed by today: Pretest for Chapter 38

Also do: K38001 Quiz (2 attempts)

 

AUTO ELECTRICAL – PERIOD 4

Electrical Principles

Complete: Pretest for Chapter 50

Continue to look over text content for K50001 – Explain the basic fundamentals of electricity.

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