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Construction

 Standard 7.  Understands how to read and apply construction drawings and plans
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 1.Identifies and reads different types of construction drawings and plans, including their sections, schedules, specifications and common scales
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Identifies different types of construction drawings
     2.Identifies different types of construction plans
     3.Identifies sections
     4.Identifies schedules
     5.Identifies specifications
     6.Identifies common scales
     7.Read different types of construction drawings
     8.Reads different types of construction plans
     9.Reads sections
     10.Reads schedules
     11.Reads specifications
     12.Reads common scales
   Benchmark 2.Interprets types of lines, symbols, and abbreviations used in construction drawings and plans
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Interprets types of lines used in construction drawings
     2.Interprets types of symbols used in construction drawings
     3.Interprets types of abbreviations used in construction drawings
     4.Interprets types of lines used in construction plans
     5.Interprets types of symbols used in construction plans
     6.Interprets types of abbreviations used in construction plans
   Benchmark 3.Uses construction drawings and plans to identify, calculate, and lay out needed materials
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Identifies needed materials based on construction drawings
     2.Calculates needed materials based on construction drawings
     3.Lays out needed materials based on construction drawings
     4.Identifies needed materials based on construction plans
     5.Calculates needed materials based on construction plans
     6.Lays out needed materials based on construction plans
 Standard 10.  Understands the carpentry profession
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 6.Understands contractual documents, including the contractual relationships that they establish and the legal responsibilities of all parties involved in carpentry projects
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands contractual relationships

Engineering Education

 Standard 9.  Understands elements of planning construction projects
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 1.Understands national and local codes and specifications (e.g., National Electrical Code, building codes)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Understands the National Electrical Code
     2.Understands building codes
     3.Understands national codes related to construction
     4.Understands local codes related to construction
     6.Understands local specifications related to construction
   Benchmark 4.Understands the steps involved in designing construction projects (e.g., planning, generating layouts, developing drawings with measurements and details of construction considering constraints, selecting materials)
    Knowledge/skill statements
     2.Understands how generating layouts is involved in designing construction projects
     3.Understands how developing drawings with measurements and details of construction, while considering constraints, is involved in designing construction projects
   Benchmark 6.Determines the cost of doing a job including labor, tools, materials, and overhead and their relationship to profit
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Determines the cost of doing a job
     2.Determines the cost of labor in a job
     3.Determines the cost of tools in a job
     4.Determines the cost of materials in a job
     5.Determines the cost of overhead in a job
     6.Determines the relationship between the cost of a job and the profit
 Standard 10.  Uses skills and techniques related to building, maintaining, and repairing structures
  Level IV (Grade 9-12)
   Benchmark 4.Uses working diagrams, blueprints, and drawings to construct plans, follow specifications, and solve design problems
    Knowledge/skill statements
     1.Uses working diagrams to construct plans
     2.Uses working diagrams to follow specifications
     3.Uses working diagrams to solve design problems
     4.Uses blueprints to construct plans
     5.Uses blueprints follow specifications
     6.Uses blueprints to solve design problems
     7.Uses drawings to construct plans
     8.Uses drawings to follow specifications
     9.Uses drawings to solve design problems