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 Standard 3.Understands working with stair systems in carpentry
   Level IV (Grade 9-12)
  Benchmark 3.Knows how to lay out, cut, and install stringers, treads, and risers, and install stair trim components such as skirt boards, handrails, balusters, newels, and volutes
   Vocabulary terms
A.  stringers
B.  treads
C.  risers
D.  stair system trim
E.  skirt boards
F.  handrails
G.  balusters
H.  newels
I.  volutes
  Knowledge/skill statements
  1. Lays out stringers   
  2. Lays out treads   
  3. Lays out risers   
  4. Cuts stringers   
  5. Cuts treads   
  6. Cuts risers   
  7. Installs stringers   
  8. Installs treads   
  9. Installs risers   
  10. lnstalls stair trim skirt boards   
  11. lnstalls stair trim handrails   
  12. lnstalls stair trim balusters   
  13. lnstalls stair trim newels   
  14. lnstalls stair trim volutes   

Citation Log: BP(CTI, AC-CST.8;​ CCE,3,11;​ FCE,11;​ HCE,46;​ MCE,4;​ OCE,54)
Citation reference
BD = benchmark, declarative
BP = benchmark, procedural
BC = benchmark, contextual

1st letter/number of each code in parentheses:
CC   National Center for Construction Education & Research: Construction – Carpentry
CT   Common Career Technical Core (NASDCTEc)
FC   Florida Department of Education: Curriculum Framework, Carpentry
HC   National Assoc of Home Builders: Overview of HBI Framework: Residential Carpentry Standards
MC   Massachusetts Dept. of Ed.: Vocational Technical Education Framework, Construction Cluster: Carpentry
OC   Ohio Board of Regents, Dept. of Ed.: Construction Technologies, Career Field Technical Content Standards, Unit 14 - Carpentry
SD   National Assoc. of State Directors of Career and Technical Ed.: Architecture and Construction Career Cluster, Construction Pathway Knowledge and Skill Statements
TCS   Texas Education Agency: Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Career Technical Education, Subchapter B - Architecture and Construction

2nd letter code :
E = Explicitly stated in document
I = Implicit in document

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