# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Electronics Systems I TSA Competitive Events Correlation by Task

CTE Resource Center - Verso

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TSA Competitive Events Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
39 Demonstrate the safe and proper use of electronic lab equipment. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only)
41 Identify number systems used in electronics designs. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design ♦ Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ System Control Technology
43 Describe atomic structure as it relates to electricity. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ System Control Technology ♦ Technology Bowl
44 Describe the law of charges. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
47 Describe the differences between conductors and insulators. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
48 Describe current, including its unit of measurement and symbol. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
49 Describe voltage, including its unit of measurement and symbol(s). TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
50 Compare potential and electromotive forces. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
51 Describe resistance, including its unit of measurement and symbol(s). TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
52 Describe the interrelationship among current, voltage, and resistance. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
53 Define Ohm's law. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ System Control Technology ♦ Technology Bowl
54 Compute current, voltage, resistance, and power, using Ohm's law and Watt's law. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ System Control Technology ♦ Technology Bowl
55 Describe a circuit as a system. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
56 Describe direct current in circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
57 Determine the direction of current flow in DC circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ System Control Technology ♦ Technology Bowl
58 Describe batteries as voltage sources. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
59 Describe the role of conductors in a circuit. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
60 Describe the role of insulators in a circuit. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
63 Describe resistors by type and value. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
64 Describe the purpose and components of protected circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
65 Describe the operation of variable resistors. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Bowl
67 Construct simple electronic circuits from a schematic. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
68 Describe series circuits, using modeling components. TSA Competitive Events: System Control Technology
69 Describe the flow of current in series circuits, using the systems model. TSA Competitive Events: System Control Technology
70 Construct parallel circuits, using modeling components. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
71 Describe the flow of current in parallel circuits, using the systems model. TSA Competitive Events: System Control Technology
72 Construct series-parallel circuits, using modeling components. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
73 Describe the flow of current in series-parallel circuits, using the systems model. TSA Competitive Events: System Control Technology
74 Compute electrical power in circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
75 Measure current in series and parallel circuits, using a multimeter. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Problem Solving
76 Compare computed values of circuits to the measured value of circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Principles of Technology (Virginia only) ♦ Technology Problem Solving
77 Design series circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
78 Construct series circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
79 Design parallel circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
80 Construct parallel circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
81 Design series-parallel circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
82 Construct series-parallel circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
83 Construct circuits that satisfy design briefs, using solderless circuit boards/breadboards. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) ♦ Engineering Design ♦ Scientific Visualization (SciVis) ♦ System Control Technology
84 Design a circuit to be soldered on a circuit board. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology