Clayton High School
Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Digital Electronics Curriculum
Text, Lab Books and Resources:
Digital Electronics Principles and Applications – 6th ed. – Tokheim
Digital Electronics Principles and Applications Lab Book – 6th ed. – Tokheim
IUPUI ECET 109 Online resources: http://www.iupui.edu/%7Eecet109/
Sinclair Community College Online games (by ProfNicholas Reeder):
Data Sheet links:
Circuit Design Suite 10 - MultiSim
EKI – Mister Circuit I, II, & III
T - Theory
E - Experiment
P - Drill and Practice
Q - Quiz
#10 - Experiment PC Card
EOC – End of Course note page
** As needed
GQE StandardsEnglish/Language Arts:
CM Construct Meaning Use text, structural, and sound clues to construct meaning.
CP Compare/Predict Make comparisons and predictions.
TC Textual Clues Use headings, pictures, captions and other textual clues.
WD Writing Development Use the writing process – prewriting, drafting, and revising.
LU Language-in-Use Use the writing process – editing.
PCPunctuation/Capitalization Edit and proofread for selected punctuation and capitalization.
US Usage Edit and proofread for usage.
SP Spelling Edit and proofread for spelling.
RT Revise Written Text Revise written text for clarity, coherence, economy, and voice.
MI Make Inferences Make inferences from what it read and heard.
CE Cause/Effect Identify cause and effect relationships.
PPPurpose/Perspective Identify author’s/writer’s purpose and perspective including
CC Compare/Contrast Compare and contrast presented material.
IP Influence/Persuade Understand how language is used to influence and persuade.
FO Fact/Opinion Distinguish between fact and opinion.
LM Literal Meaning Determine the literal meaning of written text.
GC Genres/Conventions Developthe criteria for judging the quality of literary works
including genres (types), literary conventions (spelling,
punctuation, organization, usage, etc.) and story structure.
CO Communication Communicate mathematics through writing and discussion.
RE Reasoning Use reasoning to solve problems.
PS Problem Solving Select and apply problem-solving strategies.
ALAlgebra Develop and apply the understanding of algebraic concepts
and skills to solve equations and inequalities.
FC Functions Develop an understanding of elementary functions, their
graphs, and their applications to real-life situations.
GE Geometry Develop and understanding of two- and three- dimensional
Geometry and its application to real-life situation.
ST StatisticsDevelop an understanding of statistics and its application to
PB Probability Develop an understanding of probability and its application to
CP Computation Use computational skills and concepts to solve problems.
Module 1: Fundamentals
1.Measuring Voltage and Current
2. Resistors in Series and Parallel
3. Resistors in Series
4. Resistors in Parallel
5. Ohm’s Law and Power
6. AC Sample Problems
7. Circuit Actualization
Module 2: Numbers / Number Systems
2. Decimal & Binary NumbersPractice problem Set 1
3. Decimal & Binary Conversions
4. Decimal & Binary Conversions II
5. Hex Numbers
6. Octal Numbers
Module 3: Gates
1. Digital Logic Introduction
2. Digital Logic – Rules of Logic
Problem Set 1...