1. Topic-
Fuel System Fundamentals
2. Content-
How are gasoline and diesel produces.

What is the purpose of the fuel system?

How are gasoline prices determined.

Key words, fuel filler, fuel tank, fuel tank, fuel filter, fuel injectors, PCV valve, CCV filter, air filter, Mass Air Flow sensor, PCM
3. Goals: Aims/Outcomes-
1.Explain the purpose of the fuel system.
2.Describe the parts of the fuel system
3.State gasoline and diesel properties.
4. Objectives-
1.Define the major parts of a fuel system.
2.Describe the operation of fuel pumps.
3.Explain the tests used to diagnose problems with fuel pumps, fuel filters, and fuel lines
5. Materials and Aids-
Text book Auto Upkeep
power point
work book job sheets
6. Procedures/Methods-

A. Introduction-

1.explain the purpose of the fuel system. Cognitive
2.Describe parts of the fuel system. Cognitive
3.State gasoline and diesel properties. Cognitive.

B. Development-

1. Learning by watching
2. By practicing (trial and error
3. By real world problem solving.
4. By being coached.

C. Practice-

1. Removed and inspect an air filter.
2. Remove and replace a fuel filter.
3. Check fuel pressure on a fuel injected engine.

D. Independent Practice-

1.Note taking from power point slides.
2.Work book study questions.
3.Anticipation guides work sheets for discussion on understanding.

E. Accommodations (Differentiated Instruction)-

1.Sone students will use the book.
2. some students will use their cell phone to take pictures of notes instead of writing the notes
3.Some students will take assignments home to work on.

F. Checking for understanding-

1.Check bell ringer sheets
2.Go over anticipation guides.
3. Chapter quizzes and exams.

G. Closure-

1.Reflection logs
2.Open discussion for understanding.
7. Evaluation-
1.Shop lab work
2.Exam scores
8. Teacher Reflection-
1. Too many absents and tardy to keep class together.
2. To many distractions from cell phones.

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