Modification Of The Ordinance On The Curricula Of General-Education Secondary Schools

Original Language Title: Änderung der Verordnung über die Lehrpläne der allgemein bildenden höheren Schulen

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352. Regulation of the Federal Minister for education, art and culture, modifies the Ordinance, the curricula of general education secondary schools

On the basis of the school Organization Act, Federal Law Gazette No. 242/1962, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 79/2012, in particular its articles 6 and 39, is prescribed:

Ordinance of the Federal Minister for education and art on the curricula of general education secondary schools, Federal Law Gazette No. 88/1985, as last amended by the regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 278/2010, is amended as follows:

1 16 the following paragraph is added to article III section 2:

"II No. 352/2012 apply (16) Annex A third and sixth part, conditioning A/w fourth and sixth part and plant A/lF part six in the version of regulation BGBl. at the end of the day of the announcement in the Federal Law Gazette.

2. in Annex A (curriculum of general education secondary school) part three (school and lesson planning) is in the section 4 (performance assessment) the last indent:

"- In the 8th grade as a whole five to seven training units and the number of school two or three, at least one per semester and a minimum three hour homework."

3. in annex of A part six (curriculum of individual subjects) section (compulsory subjects) subsection 2 (advanced level) A compulsory subject modern foreign language (first, second) performance assessment section is in the didactic principles:

"For those classes, at which the standardized examination central part of (pursuant to § 78 b, § 82 c and § 82 para 5 p Z 2 lit." a and b Sala in the version of Federal Law Gazette I no. 73/2012) will be performed shall apply for the time frame of schoolwork the section "Performance assessment" of the third part with the proviso that during several hours of homework up to the penultimate grade the template and edit the task panes (receptive skills "Reading and listening comprehension" and productive skills "Use of language in the context and writing") in the above order and chronological order separately can be made , have to be taken in the penultimate and final grade. In the standard language, the use of tools is not allowed. In non-standardised languages, it is permitted to use a dictionary (electronic), the use of dictionaries or electronic information media is not allowed."

4. in annex of A sixth part of section A Subpart 2 compulsory subject mathematics the second movement is in the didactic principles in the second paragraph:

"For the classes to which the standardized examination central part of (in accordance with § 78 b, § 82 c and § 82 para 5 p Z 2 lit." a and b Sala in the version of Federal Law Gazette I no. 73/2012) will be performed the section "Performance assessment" of the third part with the proviso will apply, for the time frame of homework that when several hours of homework up to the penultimate grade two independent responsibilities regarding "Basic skills" and "Networking of basic skills", with the latter through further competencies to the full coverage of the curriculum replaced or supplemented can be , separately presented in chronological order and treated, to submit in the penultimate and final grade and edit are. The use of conventional pens, pencils, ruler, SetSquare and compass, as well as the use of approved formula collections and electronic resources are permitted in the processing of both areas. From the 9th grade of the school year 2014/15 are the minimal requirements for electronic means with regard to the examination. basic functions for displaying the graph of the function, to numeric solving of equations and equation systems, to determine the inference - and root functions, numerical integration, as well as to assist in methods and procedures in the stochastic"

5 in Appendix A/w (curriculum for the factory dormitory) part four (stundentafeln) Z 2 (advanced level) of Subpart c (compulsory subjects for training in the crafts) is as follows:

 







"(c) compulsory subjects for the training in crafts









Classes and hours per week









Sum









LVG









 





5th grade





6th grade





7th grade





8th grade





 





 









AA) mechanical engineering







 





 





 





 





 





 







Workshop and production technology





10





10





13





12





45





VI







Vocational skills





4





5





3





2





14





I







Design theory





2





2





2





1





7





I







Business Administration





-





-





-





3





3





III









BB) Mechatronics







 





 





 





 





 





 







Workshop and production technology





10





7





10





9





36





VI







Vocational skills





7





5





3





3





18





I







Workshop laboratory





-





4





4





4





12





III







Business Administration





-





-





-





3





3





III









CC) joinery technique







 





 





 





 





 





 







Workshop and production technology





11





11





14





14





50





VI







Expertise (tooling, material and style customer)





2





3





1





1





7





I







Technical drawing and design theory





3





2





3





1





9





I







Business Administration





-





-





-





3





3





III









Sum









16/17/16









17/16/16









18/17/18









18/19/19









69 "







 





6. in Annex A/w fourth part No. 2 is lit. following e (non-committal exercises) lit. f added:

 







"(f) mandatory internship for the training in crafts







 





 





 









AA) mechanical engineering







Class at least 2 weeks between 6 and 7 class and 2 weeks between grade 7 and 8 class or class at least 3 weeks between 7 and 8 class









BB) Mechatronics







Class at least 2 weeks between 6 and 7 class and 2 weeks between grade 7 and 8 class or class at least 3 weeks between 7 and 8 class









CC) joinery technique







Class at least 2 weeks between 6 and 7 class and 2 weeks between grade 7 and 8 class or class at least 3 weeks between 7 and 8 class





7 in Appendix A/w sixth part (curricula of the individual compulsory subjects) section A (compulsory subjects) Z 2 (advanced level) of Subpart c (compulsory subjects for training in the crafts) and heading is as follows:

"(c) compulsory subjects for the training in crafts

AA) mechanical engineering

WORKSHOP AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

Education and teaching task:

Students should can following skills in the workshop classroom and also across the curriculum apply them:



-technical documents read, write, and apply.

-Operations plan and control the necessary steps, work equipment and working methods set, assess results and apply quality management systems.

-perform the work, taking into account the relevant security regulations, safety, and environmental standards.

-the required materials, select and check.

-electronic components, components and assemblies for equipment, machinery and equipment manufacture, check and repair.

-

electrical and professional typical non-electrical quantities measure, assess, and test. You should seek errors, defects and errors in electrical and electronic equipment, locate and eliminate.

-Protective measures for the prevention of personal injury and damage check and document and detect and eliminate errors and impairments (electrostatics, electromagnetics).

Didactic principles:

The applicability in practice is the main criteria for the selection of the curriculum. Students will develop an awareness of quality and always observe the necessary safety regulations, and environmental standards. Special attention should be paid to sustainability in the development of new products.

Training is required in addition to the professional knowledge and skills on the personal development of pupils and students. To give them the key qualifications required for a specialist, the acquisition of the following skills is important:



-Interpersonal skills (such as openness, empathy, teamwork and conflict resolution skills) - self literacy (such as self-assessment, self-confidence, self-reliance and resilience) and method (such as presentation skills, rhetoric, technical communication ability in English) - learning literacy (such as self-directed learning, knowledge of the methods, ability to choose of appropriate media and materials) and research (with the help of ICT to meet new components and technologies) curriculum:



5th grade:



Mechanical part



-Workshop order, accident prevention, safety regulations, order in the workplace - measure, files, marking, centering, drilling, reaming, threading - turn, set, drift, folding, line - simple turning and milling work, simple grinding with the surface sanding machine, simple hardening, hardness testing



Electrical part



-The dressing, connecting, laying of pipes and manufacture of electrical connections, handling of measuring and test equipment.

-Usage of measuring instruments in the DC and AC technology, connecting and commissioning of electrical equipment.

-Simple repairs of electrical and electronic equipment and knowledge of relevant English terms.

-Basic knowledge of quality management and knowledge of the relevant safety regulations and environmental standards.

 



6th grade:



Mechanical part



-Soldering, brazing, plastics processing, heat treatment of steel.



Arc welding:



-Operation and maintenance of the SG-welders, welding avoid safety regulations - weld seam preparation of welding stress - carrying welding of steel, cast iron and non-ferrous metals of different seam types,



Oxy-fuel welding:



-Safety, operation and maintenance of the welding machine, weld preparation - practice of different seam types



Flame cutting:



-Hand-held cutting torch, adjust the flame of cutting, cutting with the cutting of the furnace



Plasma cutting:



-Operation and maintenance of the cutting unit



Angle grinder:



-Proper handling, accident prevention



Bonding of metals:



-Adhesives, cleaning agents, loss prevention



Turning with conventional Lathes:



-Grooving, parting-off, knurling, cutting catchy metric internal and external thread, Cone and form turning between centers turning, grinding of HSS Drehmeißeln



Surface grinding:



-Maintenance and operation of surface grinding machine



Cylindrical grinding:



-Maintenance and operation of surface grinding machine



Steel construction:



-Cutting and bending sheet metal, construction, engineering and art metalwork, forging 7th grade



Mechanical part



Rotate:



-Work with face driver, bezel, cone ruler, plan - and face plate - turn the tolerances, slotting of keyways - off center turning, turning single - and multi-start metric and Imperial thread



Milling:



-Part work, joint work - work with the Zentrikator and boring apparatus - with disc milling cutters, circular saws and long milling milling - milling gear



CNC technology:



-Operation and maintenance of CNC machinery - measurement of tool and workpiece - programming of different modes of operation and manufacture simple rotating workpiece, and 2D-Fräswerkstücke



CAD/CAM:



-Create a workpiece program using a CAM system



Tool making:



-Establish simple editing tools



Installation technology:



-Basic knowledge and basic skills in building a simple water pipe installation



Work preparation:



-PC based order processing - forward and costing, inventory management, basics of procurement



Steel construction:



-Steel construction with an increased level of difficulty



Automation products:



-Control and control technology, structure and function of pneumatic, electro-pneumatic and electro hydraulic control systems - understanding schematic reading and schematic design - structure and function of electro-pneumatic control systems 8 class



Mechanical part



-Perfection of techniques on conventional and CNC machine tools



CNC technology:



-Making complex multi-axis parts, servicing and maintenance of machine tools - installation and commissioning easier self-made machines, devices and tools - two-week practical exam as part of engineer project: production of the previously independently planned practical House work in design theory teaching in the range of 60 to 80 hours of work expertise

Education and teaching task:

Students should can acquire following competencies in professional education and also interdisciplinary apply them:



-secure knowledge of the work used materials, auxiliary materials and electrical materials purchase and know the tools used for materials processing, machinery, as well as the common work methods and working techniques.

-acquire the knowledge necessary for the profession of mechanical engineering technician or the Maschinenbautechnikers machines, machine parts and components as well as the installation and equipment of equipment and machinery.

Acquire knowledge about quality management as well as the relevant professional regulations, in particular about the protection and the safety of machines and devices.

-apply based fundamental knowledge in the individual sub-areas of tasks of trade practice involving economic, environmental and safety aspects.

-Fundamentals of electrical engineering dominate, these apply and solve trade-relevant tasks.

-Searches make these components describe and read the necessary data sheets in English.

-the necessary relevant calculations to perform.

-simple solutions to structure and implement with the help of computer science.

Didactic principles:

The practical and the applicability of the knowledge in the workshop classroom are the most important criteria for the design of teaching in special education.

In the implementation of the objectives, it is to be taken into consideration on all types of learners.

To promote independent learning and working techniques such as e-learning.

To promote global thinking, independent work and apply practical project work. The subject-related vote of the individual areas within the trade items, the clarity and practicality are aiming for.

A one-hour homework per school year is carried from the 5th to 7th class per semester per a one hour homework and in the 8.Klasse.

Curriculum:



5th grade:



Mechanical part



Measurement technology:



-Basics of lengths and angle measurement - tolerance systems - surface inspection



Production technology:



-Cutting shaping by hand: shaping metal files, friction, tapping, punching, marking, sawing - machines: drilling, turning, milling, thrusting - cutting materials - foundations of the chipless machining: forging, bending



Machinery and equipment, machine elements:



-Threads, screws, nuts, securing devices, pins, bolts, rivets



Materials science:



-Processing and standardization of steel - properties and standardisation of casting materials - manufacture and use of sintering materials - properties, use, processing and standardization of non-ferrous metals - manufacturing properties of iron materials



Heat treatment of steel:



-Structure types, annealing, hardening, tempering, annealing



Electrical part



-Basics of DC power technology - basics of AC technology - security measures against electrical accidents - circuit resistors - error on electrical equipment and protective measures - fundamentals of measurement technology of 6th grade:



Mechanical part



Measurement technology:



-mechanical, pneumatic and electronic Naerum - quality management



Thermal paste:



-Welding: MIG, MAG, TIG and electrode welding - plasma cutting, autogenous flame cutting - gluing - principles for Weldments - check of welded joints - soldering, brazing, high temperature brazing



Machine and device client machine elements:



-

Types, calculation and manufacturing of coil springs - add, joining, pressing and snap connections - Fördertechnik - guided tours



Materials science:



-Corrosion protection



Mechanics and strength of materials:



-Fundamentals of mechanics - foundations of strength of materials - basics of statics, kinematics and dynamics



Forming:



-Forming, bending forming, tensile pressure forming, pressure forming



Plastics:



-Types, production properties and use of composite materials - environmental problems of work - and auxiliary materials, recyclability



Electrical part



-Drive units - electric motors, AC motors, DC motors and universal Motors - electric drives of machine tools - automation - monitoring and control - basics for solving control tasks - feature plans - sensors and actuators 7 class:



Mechanical part



Machine and equipment:



-Internal structure of machinery - functional units of CNC machine - chains, sprockets, chain drives - belts, pulleys and belt drives - gears and gear unit - sliding and rolling bearings - sliding and rolling bearings seals - shaft and hub connections



Production technology:



-Grinding, precision finishing



Strength of materials:



-Deflection - composite stress (torsion and bending)



Machine elements:



-Types of couplings and its calculation basis - roller guides, rolling screw - manufacturing facilities, handling equipment



CE marking and machine safety regulation:



-Machinery and equipment-proofing or plan



Electrical part



-PC basics: hardware, interface overview, BUS systems, networks - control - and regulation technology - electrical controls - Robotics 8 class:



Mechanical part



Machine and equipment:



-Repetition and link concrete applications of the entire expertise substance in the course of development of engineers project - preparation for the theoretical part of the technical audit



Electrical part



-Automation design theory

Education and teaching task:

Students should can skills following the design theory and also across the curriculum apply them:



-gain the ability and knowledge to create technical drawings and standard-compliant design and working drawings.

-using valid representation and dimensioning standards and using CAD systems, create but also by hand from the 5th class drawings.

-on hand carry out occupation-specific work plans and drawings.

-constructively apply the various mechanical joints and surface treatments.

Didactic principles:

The versatility of the methods, the frequency of use in practice as well as the materials used and CAD programs are the most important criteria for the design of instruction.

The versatility of the methods must be ensured through project-like tasks with cross-divisional and cross-disciplinary topics.

From the 5th to 7th grade is based on a two-hour homework per semester and making a two-hour homework per school year is in the 8th grade.

In 8th grade, a graphic home working is to create within the framework of the technology project.

Curriculum:



5th grade:



-Or allegorical representation and dimensioning of holes and screw connections - bases of the dimension of prismatic and cylindrical workpieces - tolerance systems and their application - surface information - construction and representation of penetrations and intersections - simplified standard font, line styles, drawing formats, lettering head, BOM, scales - representation in 3D views and axonometric representation types - cut illustrations - drawing of curved or angled sheet metal parts - introduction to the CAD system and handling of output devices 6 class



-Information on the heat and surface treatment - text data in drawings - specifications of shape and position tolerances - tolerance workpieces - design, design, representation and dimensioning of welded structures, 3D-Zeichentechniken - sheet metal work piece 7 class



-Representation and dimensioning of CNC turning and milling work piece - design of simple cutting and bending tools - welding and clamping devices - gears and gear, chains, sprockets and chain drives, belt, pulleys and belt drives, bearings, plain bearings, pulleys, seals - couplings - isometric representation of pipe installations - CAD-technology - complex design tasks – strengthen the 3D-Zeichentechniken - planning and control of work processes with the help of the project management system 8 class



-Basics of project organization - systematics and team work in the engineering business administration - developing and constructing the technician project - create the drawing with BOM - create the detail drawings

Education and teaching task:

Students should



-economic contexts recognize - gain insight into operational processes - are trained to critically comment on business issues.

Didactic principles:

Practical teaching and discussion of the subject.

Curriculum:



8th grade:



Tasks of the economy; Basics:



-Links to economics - labor - interest groups - the market - factors of production, in particular personnel policy and personnel management - goals - modes of operation - operational organizational - legal forms of enterprises



Management accounting:



-Financial accounting: basic concepts, revenue-spending bill, double-entry accounting with business cases of ongoing update and closing - cost accounting: cost element, cost center and cost object controlling in trade and production enterprises - Statistics (key figures) - Planning Bill - balance and performance analysis



Procurement, purchasing:



-Purchase contract, correspondence, stock figures, ABC analysis - payment - currency exchange



Finance:



-Types of financing - financial planning, liquidity, financial key figures - investment, investment calculation



Sales and marketing:



-Market research - marketing mix



Cost doctrine and pricing:



-Cost and yield curves, critical points, fixed and variable costs - breakeven analysis



Taxation:



-Tax card, tax, tax payment, tax dates



Jurisprudence:



-Broad, cross-connections



Investment and securities



BB) Mechatronics

WORKSHOP AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

Education and teaching task:

Students should can following skills in the workshop classroom and also across the curriculum apply them:



-technical documentation read and apply.

-Operations plan and control the necessary steps, work equipment and working methods set, assess results and apply quality management systems.

-perform the work, taking into account the relevant security regulations, safety, and environmental standards.

-the required materials according to technical and economic criteria, select and examine.

-electronic components, components and assemblies for equipment, machinery and equipment manufacture, check and repair.

-electrical and professional typical non-electrical quantities can measure, assess and verify. You should seek errors, defects and errors in electrical and electronic equipment, locate and eliminate.

-Protective measures for the prevention of personal injury and damage check and document and detect and eliminate errors and impairments (electrostatics, electromagnetics).

-the operations and results in precise language in English, analyse and present.

Didactic principles:

The applicability in practice is the main criteria for the selection of the curriculum. The students should develop a quality consciousness and observe the necessary safety regulations, and environmental standards. Special attention should be paid to sustainability in the development of new products.

Knowledge and work processes are being tested on projects from the 6th grade.

Training is required in addition to the professional knowledge and skills on the personal development of pupils and students. To give them the key qualifications required for a specialist, the acquisition of the following skills is important:



-Social skills (such as openness, empathy, teamwork and conflict resolution skills) - self-competence (such as self-assessment, self-confidence, self-reliance and resilience) - methodological skills (such as presentation skills, rhetoric, technical communication ability in English) - learning to learn (such as self-driven learning, knowledge of the methods, ability to choose of appropriate media and materials) - research expertise to (with the help of ICT to meet new components and technologies) is to ensure learning success for every workshop lessons for a learning diary in the form of a learning journal or a workshop week book.

Curriculum:



5th grade:



Mechanics



-

Workshop order, accident prevention, safety regulations, order in the workplace - measure, files, marking, centering, drilling, reaming, tapping bending - easy turning and milling work, simple grinding with the surface sanding machine - knowledge of CNC machine tools knowledge of surface treatment



Electrical engineering



-Knowledge of the relevant safety regulations, standards and environmental standards - the dressing, hooking up, laying of cables and electrical connections - connecting and commissioning of electrical equipment



Electronics



-Knowledge of electronic components of digital and analog technology - knowledge of relevant English terms - dealing with technical PC programs - fundamentals of programming PLC



Control, measurement and control technology



-Handling of measurement and testing - measurement of electrical quantities 6th grade:



Mechanics



-Knowledge of simple mechatronic devices - setting and checking of mechanical parameters - repairing, disassembling and assembling of mechatronic devices - dressing, laying and repair of means of pressure cables



Electrical engineering



-Working with electrical components



Electronics



-Manufacturing, Assembly and testing of printed circuit boards - design of amplifier circuits - preparation of circuit diagrams with CAD



Control, measurement and control technology



-Measurement of electrical parameters - create 7 class of simple SPS programs



Mechanics



-Repairing, disassembling and assembling of mechatronic systems



Electrical engineering



-Function controls with documentation of mechatronic systems - mechatronic systems troubleshooting



Electronics



-Construction of mechatronic devices on the basis of SCM



Control, measurement and control technology



-Create programs for PLC and microcontrollers 8th grade



Mechanics



-Systematic mechanical troubleshooting of complex mechatronic systems - commissioning and adjustment of complex mechatronic manufacturing plants



Electrical engineering



-Systematic electrical troubleshooting to sensors, actuators, and cabling of complex mechatronic systems - systematic troubleshooting of programs of complex mechatronic systems



Electronics



-Repair of printed circuit boards



Control, measurement and control technology



-Structured user-specific programming of PLC - expertise working with plant and control loop elements

Education and teaching task:

Students should can in professional teaching skills and also across the curriculum apply them:



-purchase secure knowledge about the materials used in the profession, auxiliary materials, electronic and electrical components and know the tools used for the component or material processing, machinery, as well as the common work methods and working techniques.

Acquire knowledge about quality management as well as the relevant professional regulations, in particular about the safety measures and accident prevention when working with electricity.

-apply based fundamental knowledge in the individual sub-areas of tasks of trade practice involving economic, environmental and safety aspects.

-Fundamentals of electrical engineering dominate, these apply and solve trade-relevant tasks.

-the electrical laws, regulations, and standards can know and apply. In particular, they should know the regulations concerning security measures against electrical accidents and apply.

-electrical, electronic and mechatronic components select and insert them correctly.

-hire on ICT research, describe these components, and read the necessary data sheets in English.

-the necessary relevant calculations to perform.

-Understand basics of electro magnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) and the to necessary laws, standards and regulations.

-Laws of digital technology, the micro-controller technology and PC know, control their application and relevant tasks.

-simple solutions to structure and implement with the help of computer science.

-deal with controls and regulations, and the to necessary sensors and actuators.

-mechatronic solutions to present problems in German and English.

Didactic principles:

The practical and the applicability of the knowledge in the workshop classroom are the most important criteria for the design of teaching in special education. Special interest is to put on the State of the art in Mechatronics.

In the implementation of the objectives, it is to be taken into consideration on all types of learners.

To promote independent learning and working techniques such as such as e-learning.

To promote global thinking, independent work and apply practical project work. The subject-related vote of the individual areas within the trade items and the clarity and practicality is aiming for.

A one-hour homework per school year is carried from the 5th to 7th class per semester per a one hour homework and in the 8th grade.

Curriculum:



5th grade:



Construction technology



-Knowledge of CAD systems - working drawings of components and simple construction group - reading of technical drawings



Measuring mechanics



-Knowledge of the lengths and angle measurement - tolerance systems



Tool technology



-Tools in the Mechatronics - machines in Mechatronics



Materials science



-Properties and standardization of steel - manufacture and use of sintering materials - properties, use, processing and standardization of non-ferrous metals - properties and use of plastics - environmental problems of work - and auxiliary materials, recyclability



Electrical engineering



-Knowledge of current technology - security measures against electrical accidents - fundamentals of electromagnetic compatibility electrostatic discharge - fundamentals of measurement technology



Electronics



-Fundamentals of digital technology - passive components in electronics class 6:



Construction technology



-Constructions of assemblies and simple devices - technical description and documentation



Mechanics



-Force, torque screws - make free of components - decomposition of forces into components - determination of bearing forces. Focus - stress species, voltage, load cases and strength - adhesion and friction, rope friction, rolling resistance - axles and shafts, bearings, bearings, guides



Electrical engineering



-Basics of circuit analysis



Electronics



-Knowledge of AC technology - switching on RL and RC members - fundamentals of semiconductor technology and function and application of semiconductor devices - transistor as a switch - operational amplifier



Control, measurement and control technology



-Measuring in circuits - types and applications of sensors - types and applications of actuators - characteristics and basic structures of controllers (PLC) and their application



Work preparation



-Introduction to simple project management 7 class:



Electrical engineering



-Fundamentals of process instrumentation



Electronics



Analog-Digital Converters-Microcontroller



Control, measurement and control technology



-Interfaces and their standardisation - foundations and applications of networks and BUS systems - concepts, control loop elements 8 class:



Electrical engineering



-Structure and function of PCs - repeat and strengthen basic knowledge of direct current, alternating current



Electronics



-Repeat and strengthen basic knowledge of regarding electronic components



Control, measurement and control technology



Network and BUS-technology - safety systems - protocols and operating systems (overview) - securing the basic control, control, sensors, actuators - assurance of basic knowledge network of BUS systems, interfaces workshop laboratory

Education and teaching task:

Students should can following skills in the workshop lab and also across the curriculum apply them:



-any measurement and inspection tasks and special problems of the production that go beyond the workshop training, solve and document.

-practical projects with the instruments of planning, project management and the manufacturing and quality assurance process.

Didactic principles:

The workshop lab is a deepening of the workshop teaching. It is intended to demonstrate the curriculum from the practice with the help of technical tools. Special value set on the documentation of the individual work processes.

Working in the preparation is required in addition to the professional knowledge and skills on the personal development of pupils and students.

Curriculum:



6th grade:



Mechanics



-Working with pneumatic systems and documentation



Electronics



-Knowledge of CAD programs in the electronics for the creation of printed circuit boards - knowledge of simulation programs for electronic circuits



Control, measurement and control technology



-Measurement of electrical quantities in electronic circuits and analysis-

Designing and documenting of PLC programs in various programming languages



Work preparation



-Computer-aided work scheduling - create maintenance and measurement plans - creating production lists and procurement of parts of 7th grade



Mechanics



-Setting up and maintenance of mechatronic systems and documentation



Electronics



-Design, manufacture and testing of complex electronic systems - measure of complex electronic processes (process control) - programming of microcontrollers in mechatronic systems



Control, measurement and control technology



-Installation, commissioning and repair of simple controls and circuits - creating PLC programs in structured programming languages - create 8 class of controls on BUS systems



Mechanics



-Analysis and resolution of faults in mechatronic systems



Electronics



-Simulation of micro controller programs



Control, measurement and control technology



-Application of process measurement and simulation in systems analysis of PLC programs and documentation - creating workflows by robot programs - business administration

See aa) mechanical engineering, business administration.

 

CC) joinery technique

WORKSHOP AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

Education and teaching:

Students should can following skills in the workshop classroom and also across the curriculum apply them:



-the plant - and AIDS judge, properly select, edit, properly store and dispose if necessary, environmentally-friendly way.

-be able to upgrade tools, machines, equipment and devices in accordance with the accident prevention, to operate and maintain.

-in the area of preparation on CAD, as well as in the form of a Board drilldown plan the work piece and create a materials list.

-independently manufacture the workpiece according to craft rules and analyse precise language and present.

-be familiar through repeated risk training accident prevention with the necessary protective measures.

Didactic principles:

The theoretical and practical instruction is across coordinated and closely linked, so that the students can draw logical conclusions and result in theory and practice together.

The main criterion for the selection and focus of the study is to vote on the applicability of the professional practice.

At the beginning of the training in the 5th grade, students produce the same piece. To learn the basic concepts of furniture construction step by step according to the instructions of the teacher. Students are allowed to keep after production for the furniture (E.g. pine chest), preferably made of solid wood. In addition, this should increase the motivation.

In 6th grade, the students should produce the same furniture (E.g. desktop). In this class students that for the first time working on machines, the teacher must the own present are pupils and students of individually regarding proper handling, conscientiously check and - if necessary - correct. The correct posture when operating the machine has basic importance. It proves useful, that each student and each student make a small workpiece (E.g. flower table), all standard machine course occur.

At every opportunity, is to refer to the regulations for the protection of life and the environment. To prevent accidents, the teacher should have a good overview of the skills of pupils and students.

In 7th grade, practice-oriented commissions are taken over. The teacher decides whether entered into contracts for the training image fit. Students should work already independently at this stage of training. The teacher is involved in an advisory capacity, pointing out problems and intervenes only in difficult situations manually.

In principle errors and shortcomings in work should be discussed in the craft lessons objectively with students, where pointing well conducted operations with praise is.

Each workshop unit is to be judged. Assessment criteria are proper and precise work, careful management of materials, tools and machines.

For the better protection of the learned, is to lead a workshop week book.

The teaching end piece ("journeyman") in the technical project is being prepared in the 8th grade. Design and planning come from the respective student or by the respective students. The crafts teacher should assist only more advice, the production time (maximum 80 hours) is to be determined by this. Errors and expected problems must be noted, but the teacher should no longer intervene manually in the worker process. After the submission of the piece should no longer be used.

Curriculum:



5th grade:



-Accident prevention, protection measures and risk training on tools and equipment - handling and maintenance of hand tools, manual machines and devices - make a small piece of furniture by hand, are conveyed to the following curricula: Selection of wood, measuring and tearing and cutting, mortising, drilling, grinding and gluing of wood - and tenon (simple frame, folding frame, Nutrahmen), dovetail, Ridge connection, Lamello - and dowel joint - simple veneer work, as well as surface treatments (waxing, paint) 6th grade :



-Accident prevention, protection and risk training machines and equipment - introduction to the standard machines and basic knowledge of CNC technology - advanced knowledge in machine maintenance and care and sharpening tools - make simple pieces of furniture, planning with CAD support in the form of boards drilldown - veneer techniques - surface treatment make corner, Cabinet and wood connections, wood selection, or: mechanically, chemically - beat furniture doors with standard hardware 7 class:



-Accident prevention, protection and risk allocation of machines and devices — deepening the education standard and CNC controlled machines take sawing, planing and milling with an increased level of difficulty, drilling, grinding and veneers, manufacture and gluing of wood connections, termination of various furniture fittings - Naturmaße and transferred in a CAD work drawing as well as develop a material list - create a work and use plan based on a mission project (E.g. boarding-school), produce individual parts with higher difficulty in the area of furniture manufacturing this project in the form of a team work - , Interior design or construction work - program of basic CNC work flows and corresponding data transfer with subject-specific software - treated surfaces (mechanical, physical and chemical surface treatment) 8 POS:



-Accident prevention, protection measures and on the machines and equipment - independent making one yourself designed risk allocation and designed workpiece/piece of furniture with high degree of difficulty - organization of the work process: Selection and procurement of materials, as well as communication with business partners - CNC technology deepen, optimizing the programs - implementation of functional testing, quality control and quality assurance - presentation and analysis of the self-designed and manufactured workpiece in precise language, preferably on the basis of the Gesellenstückes special (tool , Material and style customer)

Education and teaching task:

Students should can following skills in the workshop classroom and also across the curriculum apply them:



-Knowledge of the raw material wood and wood-based materials have.

-Knowledge of the work usual in the carpentry and auxiliary materials, semi-finished products and Oberflächenmittel appropriated.

-the professional tools, equipment and devices know the State of the art, understand and know about the dangers of their application.

-be familiar with the features and ergonomics of the workplace.

-the modern work methods and techniques know and be familiar with the topics of furniture, doors and window construction, as well as interior and staircase construction.

-know about the building physics as well as the basics of measuring and test equipment.

-Knowledge of automation and control technology have and absorbed each curriculum content solve complex multidisciplinary tasks.

-Knowledge of traits of the stylistic periods in particular in the furniture industry acquire, know about their design and analyze style furniture.

-be familiar as part of the risk of instruction with the safety, construction, environmental and fire safety regulations.

Didactic principles:

Theoretical instruction is adjusted with the craft lessons, the contents transmitted analog facilitate the understanding of the facts of the case the pupils and students.

Modern teaching aids such as computers, beamer and subject-specific software increase the illustrative and should be in the appropriate scale are used.


Links should be made in the wood surface treatment (acids, alkalis, bleach, paint) to chemistry in engineering with physics and in the style of education with the subject of history.

For the protection of health and to respect for the environment on various regulations and hazards to indicate and preferably to deposit with the walkthrough examples is machines - and surface science.

A one-hour homework per school year is carried from the 5th to 7th class per semester per a one hour homework and in the 8th grade.

Curriculum:



5th grade:



Profession, joiner's workshop, work flow, workplace:



-Safety regulations, accident hazards, ergonomics and facilities in the carpentry shop - hand tools and equipment - raw material wood, significance and effects of the forest - wood formation, structure and components of the wood - work of wood and constructive measures - technical and aesthetic properties, defects and wood diseases - wood identification - glues in natural and synthetic form - basic construction types in furniture construction 6 class:



Materials science (1 week)



-Veneers and their manufacturing - Panel materials - mechanical and chemical surface treatment - fixing technology during Assembly - excipients in the carpentry shop



Machine customer (2 hours/week)



-Technological basics: electricity, electric motors, electrical protection measures, maintenance and care of woodworking machinery - building, range, handling and accident prevention of electrical hand machines, standard and special machines - CNC machines - machines for chipless machining - machines, equipment and installations for the surface treatment - wood drying plants, compressed air systems, machines and apparatus for waste disposal 7 class:



General construction work of the Carpenter: building codes, standards, building physics



Windows and doors:



-Constructions, quality characteristics and stress classes, hardware, glazing, constructive wood protection



Window construction:



-Boards - frames, blinds, shutters



Interior and exterior doors



Interior Design:



Wall - and ceiling cladding, partitions and floors



Stairs:



-Dimensions and rules, various types of construction



Deepening:



-Complex tasks in the building physics (E.g. U-value calculation of multi-layered structures with lambda size and thermal conductivity) 8th grade:



-The epochs from antiquity to the present. Ornamental forms, styles, finishes and furniture construction techniques are mainly to treat - review and strengthening of the entire study in regard to the final apprenticeship examination technical drawing and design theory from Gothic to modern

Education and teaching task:

Students should can following skills in the workshop classroom and also across the curriculum apply them:



-the basics of wood engineering drawings understanding and be able to create standard detailed drawings.

-Master independent design, free hand sketches make and draw to the detail planning execution mature workpiece with practice-oriented CAD software systems.

-to increase the spatial imagination, represent the design in three-dimensional and perspective view.

Didactic principles:

The students are with the CAD software and become familiar with its operation.

The wood-specific character standard, especially in the area of the crack arrangement, line representation, dimensioning, hatching, and caption is basic knowledge. It is defined by default in the drawing program.

The development of the sense of form, design, and the proportion is to promote through Freihandübungen. It is also to seek co-operation with the subject: art and design in this context.

In 8th grade, a graphic home working is to create within the framework of the technology project. The project includes: General Assembly, cut and detail drawings, as well as a perspective representation. To write the technical description and a schedule. Maximum 80 hours are provided for the engineering project.

From the 5th to 7th is class per semester per a two-hour homework and 8 class is making a two-hour homework per school year.

Curriculum:



5th grade:



-Familiar with the controls of the specific CAD program - fundamentals of drawing: drawing AIDS, character standards - technical drawing: representation of workpieces - design theory: frame joints, body connections, width connections, longitudinal joints, Ridge links - furniture details: Sockel-back -, shop, furniture door constructions, as well as door hinges - representation of Lehrstückes which is produced in the workshop. Overview drawing, cut-away drawing, details of 6th grade:



Furniture construction basic construction:



-Boards construction, frame construction, tunnel construction, prefab - constructive development of predefined designs: free hand sketch, design and illustrations, cut and detail drawings - simple types of Windows, doors - 7 project management basics class:



-Furnishing plan based on a self-designed apartment floor plan, symbols (kitchen, living room, bathroom, hallway, staircase) - floor plans of kitchens and out of them resulting views inside insulating glass window (view, outline cutting, cross Rift Cut) - and external doors - rose: basic designs, gradient ratio, curved staircase - three-dimensional and perspective representation of furniture - auto design of a piece of furniture as a warm-up to the journeyman. Independent design of General drawing up to the perspective representation of 8th grade:



-Planning of the Gesellenstückes of business administration

(Siehe AA) mechanical engineering, business administration. "

8 in Appendix A/lF (curriculum of the grammar and third of living foreign language at the public high school of the Foundation Theresian Academy in Vienna) part six (curriculum of individual subjects) section A (compulsory subjects) compulsory subject modern foreign language (third-party) is in the educational and teaching tasks, didactical principles the last paragraph:

"For those classes, at which the standardized examination central part of (pursuant to § 78 b, § 82 c and § 82 para 5 p Z 2 lit." a and b Sala in the version of Federal Law Gazette I no. 73/2012) will be performed shall apply for the time frame of schoolwork the section "Performance assessment" of the third part with the proviso that during several hours of homework up to the penultimate grade the template and edit the task panes (receptive skills "Reading and listening comprehension" and productive skills "Use of language in the context and writing") in the above order and chronological order separately can be made , have to be taken in the penultimate and final grade. In the standard language, the use of tools is not allowed. In non-standardised languages, it is permitted to use a dictionary (electronic), the use of dictionaries or electronic information media is not allowed."

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