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COURSES
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Distance Learning

Independent Study Option

Technology Education/Industrial Arts

The Independent Study Option offers the following levels in Technology Education/Industrial Arts. Please list the Subject Code, Subject Designation, and the ISO Designation on the application to identify the course(s) required.

Course Name Subject Code Subject Designation ISO Designation
Grade 9 Electricity/Electronics Technology (10G) 7974 10G 004
Grade 9 Intro to Drafting Design Technology (10G) 7953 10G 002
Grade 10 Drafting Design Technology (20G) 7953 20G 001
Grade10 Electricity/Electronics Technology (20G) 7974 20G 001

Each listing of a subject name is followed by a unique 10-digit code made up of three parts:

  • Subject code. A 4-digit number that identifies each subject.
  • Subject designation. A 3-character code that identified the grade and level of a course.
  • ISO designation. A 3-digit number that identifies the course version.
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Grade 9 Electricity/Electronics (10G) 1 credit (2014)

Course Code 7974 10G 004

Class # 1643
Tutor/Marker: G. Yakimoski

Course Preview (Adobe Icon 1.53 MB)
Due to the nature of this course, some assignments can be submitted by mail only.

Current Course Fees

  – Includes Printed Course Materials and LMS Access

  – Manitoba Teachers/Schools/Divisions OR Manitoba Parents/Students – not for credit purposes (audit)

This course will expose students to the fundamental concepts of electronics. The student does not require a background in electronics. The content in this course is applied to written assignments, constructing projects, initiating student challenges, and conducting experiments. Students are guided through the course with reference to the video that demonstrates skills and safety precautions. Given the hands on nature of this course student supervision is highly recommended. Each student is to purchase/complete the electricity projects. Group submissions will not be accepted. It is structured as follows:

  • Module 1: Electricity: The Shocking Facts on How it is Produced
  • Module 2: Safety
  • Module 3: Electronic Components
  • Module 4: Building a Project: Getting Started with Your Tools and Equipment
  • Module 5: Series, Parallel, and Combination Circuits
  • Module 6: Linking Education to Careers: What do You Want to Do for the Rest of Your Life?
  • Module 7: Major Project

Evaluation is based on:

Assignments 70%
Major Project 15%
Final Exam 15%
Total 100%

All assignments must be attempted, a minimum mark of 40% is required on all supervised pieces of assessment (midterm and final exam), and an overall final mark of 50% or greater must be obtained in order for the Distance Learning Unit to issue a final mark.

RESOURCES

Required and optional resources are available within the Learning Management System (LMS). Registered students will receive a username and password.

Purchase from the Manitoba Learning Resource Centre

  • Electricity Kit (Stock # 9993) MLRC *
  • Electricity Kit (without Tool Kit) (Stock # 3308) MLRC *
  • Circuit Board only (if a second circuit is desired) (Stock # 3307) MLRC
    * Choose one of the above kits. Please check individual kit contents in the Course Preview to determine which kit is suitable for your needs.
    * We recommend calling MTBB to verify the cost of this kit before purchasing the course.

See Course Preview (Adobe Icon 1.53 MB) for required/suggested resources.

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Grade 9 Introduction to Drafting Design Technology (10G) 1 credit (2009)

Course Code 7953 10G 002

Class # 1635
Tutor/Marker: R. Turek

Course Preview (Adobe Icon 578 KB)
Due to the nature of this course, assignment submission is by mail only.

Current Course Fees

  – Includes Printed Course Materials and LMS Access

  – Manitoba Teachers/Schools/Divisions OR Manitoba Parents/Students – not for credit purposes (audit)

This course will help you gain knowledge and understanding of the world of drafting and design. Since drafting is a visual form of communication, the course is designed around this theme.

The modules, assignments, and tests have been developed so that each student will have step-by-step guides for the completion of all sketches and drawings. It is structured as follows:

  • Module 1: What is Drafting and Why Do We Study It?
  • Module 2: Drafting Equipment and Practices
  • Module 3: Sketching
  • Module 4: Measuring/Scales
  • Module 5: Geometric Applications
  • Module 6: Single View Template Drawings
  • Module 7: Basic Dimensioning
  • Module 8: Multi-View Drawings
  • Module 9: Pictorial Drawings
  • Module 10: Sectioning
  • Module 11: Pattern Development

Evaluation is based on:

Log Sheets 5%
10 Assignments 55%
11 Tests 40%
Total 100%

All assignments must be attempted, a minimum mark of 40% is required on all supervised pieces of assessment (midterm and final exam), and an overall final mark of 50% or greater must be obtained in order for the Distance Learning Unit to issue a final mark.

RESOURCES

Required and optional resources are available within the Learning Management System (LMS). Registered students will receive a username and password.

Purchase from the Manitoba Learning Resource Centre

  • Drafting Tool Kit (Stock # 8978) MLRC (also used in Grade 10 Drafting)
    We recommend calling MLRC to verify the cost of this resource before purchasing the course
    .
  • Grade 9 Drafting (10G) Tool Kit List (Adobe Icon 22 KB)  (Contains items sold in kit listed above.
    This list is also found on page 3 of the course introduction.)
  • Contact the Tutor/Marker after registration for other options.
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Grade 10 Drafting Design Technology (20G) 1 credit (2009)

Course Code 7953 20G 001

Class # 1636
Tutor/Marker: R. Turek

Course Preview (Adobe Icon 811 KB)
Due to the nature of this course, assignment submission is by mail only.
Recommended prerequisite—Grade 9 Introduction to Drafting (10G)

Current Course Fees

  – Includes Printed Course Materials and LMS Access

  – Manitoba Teachers/Schools/Divisions OR Manitoba Parents/Students – not for credit purposes (audit)

The course will enhance your knowledge about the world of design drafting.  It is structured as follows:

  • Module 1: Design
  • Module 2: Reference Tools and Constructions
  • Module 3: Mechanical Drafting
  • Module 4: Architectural Drafting

Evaluation is based on:

Log Sheets 10%
Pull Out Assignments 20%
Projects 30%
Drawings 40%
Total 100%

All assignments must be attempted, a minimum mark of 40% is required on all supervised pieces of assessment (midterm and final exam), and an overall final mark of 50% or greater must be obtained in order for the Distance Learning Unit to issue a final mark.

RESOURCES

Required and optional resources are available within the Learning Management System (LMS). Registered students will receive a username and password.

Purchase from the Manitoba Learning Resource Centre

  • Drafting Tool Kit (Stock # 8978) MLRC (also used in Grade 9 Drafting)
    We recommend calling MLRC to verify the cost of this resource before purchasing the course.
  • Drafting Supplies (Adobe Icon 24 KB) (list also provided in the course)
  • Contact the Tutor/Marker after registration for other options
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Grade 10 Electricity/Electronics (20G) 1 credit (2014)

Course Code 7974 20G 001

Class # 1644
Tutor/Marker: G. Yakimoski

Course Preview (Adobe Icon 2.43 MB)

Current Course Fees

  – Includes Printed Course Materials and LMS Access

  – Manitoba Teachers/Schools/Divisions OR Manitoba Parents/Students – not for credit purposes (audit)

Due to the nature of this course, some assignments can be submitted by mail only.

This course will further student understanding of the basics of electricity and electronics. The Grade 9 Electricity/Electronics course is a recommended prerequisite but it is not a required prerequisite to register in this course. The Grade 10 course assumes that students will have prior knowledge learned in the grade 9 course or from other appropriate sources. The content in this course is applied to written assignments, experiments, learning activities and the construction of two projects. Students are guided through the course with reference to the video that demonstrates skills and safety precautions. Given the hands on nature of this course student supervision is highly recommended. Each student is to purchase/complete the electricity projects. Group submissions will not be accepted. It is structured as follows:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Electronics
  • Module 2: The Basics of Electricity
  • Module 3: Capacitors and Semiconductors
  • Module 4: Ohm’s Law and Circuit Fundamentals
  • Module 5: Magnetism and Induction

Evaluation is based on:

Assignments 55%
Two Projects 30%
Final Exam 15%
Total 100%

All assignments must be attempted, a minimum mark of 40% is required on all supervised pieces of assessment (midterm and final exam), and an overall final mark of 50% or greater must be obtained in order for the Distance Learning Unit to issue a final mark.

RESOURCES

Required and optional resources are available within the Learning Management System (LMS). Registered students will receive a username and password.

Purchase from the Manitoba Learning Resource Centre

  • Electricity Kit (Stock # 13194) MLRC *
  • Electricity Kit (without Tool Kit) (Stock # 13193) MLRC *
    * Choose one of the above kits. Please check individual kit contents in the Course Preview to determine which kit is suitable for your needs.
    We recommend calling MLRC to verify the cost of this kit before purchasing the course.
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