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  • Republic of the Philippines

    TAGUIG CITY UNIVERSITY Gen., Santos Ave., Central Bicutan Taguig City Philippines

    COLLEGE OF EGINEERING TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

    COURSE SYLLABUS IN ELECTRONIC FOR CS-SWITCHING THEORY

    I. COURSE CODE : CS 299

    II. COURSE TITLE : Electronic for CS-Switching Theory

    Prerequisite : College Physics 1 (Phys 121 L1) Credits Units : 3 Total Hours : 54 HOURS (Lecture 3hrs.) III. COURSE DESCRIPTION :

    This is a three unit course designed to cover fundamental electricity and electronics concepts and theories for computer science majors. Topics covered include elementary electronics up to PC troubleshooting. In between topics progress through series and parallel DC circuits, resistance, capacitance, inductance, transistors and integrated circuits. This prepares students to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble and operate electrical/electronic equipment used in business, industry, and manufacturing. Instruction includes training in safety, electrical theory, parallel & series circuits, Kirchhoffs Laws, schematic diagrams, electrical components, and soldering. Through study of computer programming languages and software programs, students learn how to install software and troubleshoot a variety of problems. Students examine computer circuit boards, components and memory. Students learn how to recognize problems with the internal structure of the computer and how to repair damaged parts.

    MELJUN CORTES,MBA,MPA,MSCS

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    IV. GENERAL OBJECTIVES : This course intends: A. COGNITIVE: 1. To describe the scientific principles that apply to the basic flow of electricity;

    2. To explain the function of various materials used as conducting, semiconducting, and insulating devices in the construction of standard electrical/electronic circuits;

    3. To identify the basic tools and test equipment used to construct, troubleshoot, and maintain standard electronic circuits and systems; 4. To develop knowledge based with the construction and application of standard circuit configurations; 5. To classify the component types and connections used to build functioning electronic circuits. B. AFFECTIVE: 1. To discuss the best methods and specifications for the application of memory based on user need. 2. To participate willingly to the identification of types of data storage devices used in personal computer technology, both for primary and

    secondary storage purposes, 3. To exemplify repair solutions that will allow the restoration of proper operating conditions and maintenance techniques that will maintain

    those conditions. 4. To classify common problems that cause personal computers to malfunction or to function below optimum performance levels 5. To choose peripheral, multimedia, and communications devices that can be used to upgrade and personalize the users computer

    experience and make informed recommendations on the types of devices that a user could add to his or her computer system. C. PSYCHOMOTOR: 1. To conduct diagnose and troubleshoot computer systems; 2. To construct installation and configuration procedures on computer systems; 3. To direct interpretation of an analytical circuit results to properly assign power, current, and voltage values to circuit graphical

    representations; 4. To identify the applied electronics principles used to develop circuitry and circuit-systems used for radio, television, fiber optic, laser,

    computer, and microprocessor devices; 5. To distinguish the appearance and general operating principles of multiple electronic components and electrical devices such as capacitors,

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    resistors, inductors, semiconductors, integrated circuits (ICs), generators, motors, and transformers. VI. COURSE CONTENT/COVERAGE :

    TIME FRAME CONTENT

    SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES/COMPETENCIES

    Within the given period the students are expected

    to

    STRATEGIES/ METHODOLOGY/

    ACTIVITIES

    INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS/

    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

    LEARNING OUTCOMES (Skills Developed/Value

    Focus)

    EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT

    Week 1 1. Orientation Familiarize themselves with the goals, objectives, content, grading system and requirements of the course.

    Demonstration Lecture Active participation in the discussions Group discussions Concept Mapping Seatwork

    Manuals Books References Multimedia Projector Paper and pen

    Independent Analysis Self-determination Awareness Knowledge Decision making Critical understanding

    Discussion of concepts

    2. Electronics Summarize remarkable milestones in the history of the development of electronics. Name famous scientists who contributed to the early development of electronics. List the names of electronic components and test equipment. Describe the main function of different

    Demonstration Lecture Active participation in the discussions Group discussions Concept Mapping Seatwork

    Manuals Books References Multimedia Projector Paper and pen

    Independent Analysis Self-determination Awareness Knowledge Decision making Critical understanding

    Timetable of milestones Chart showing the scientist and their contribution Quiz

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    electronics components and test equipment.

    TIME FRAME CONTENT

    SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES/COMPETENCIES

    Within the given period the students are expected

    to

    STRATEGIES/ METHODOLOGY/

    ACTIVITIES

    INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS/

    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

    LEARNING OUTCOMES (Skills Developed/Value

    Focus)

    EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT

    a. Positive and Negative Polarities

    List the two basic particles of electric charge Describe the structure of atom Define conductor, insulator, and semiconductor.

    Demonstration Lecture Active participation in the discussions Group discussions Concept Mapping Seatwork

    Manuals Books References Multimedia Projector Paper and pen

    Independent Analysis Self-determination Awareness Knowledge Decision making Critical understanding

    Drawing of atomic models Discussion of concepts Quiz

    b. Closed Circuits

    Describe the difference between electron flow and conventional current List three important characteristics of an electric charge Differentiate closed circuits and open circuits

    Demonstration Lecture Active participation in the discussions Group discussions Concept Mapping Seatwork

    Manuals Books References Multimedia Projector Paper and pen

    Independent Analysis Self-determination Awareness Knowledge Decision making Critical understanding

    Discussion of concepts Performance of experiments Experiment design Experiment reports Quiz

    c. Direct Current (DC) and Alternating Current (AC)

    Describe the difference between direct and alternating current Create circuit with the

    Demonstration Lecture Active participation in the

    Manuals Books References Multimedia

    Independent Analysis Self-determination

    Discussion of concepts Performance of experiments

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    use of specific devices discussions Group discussions Concept Mapping

    Projector Paper and pen

    Awareness Knowledge Decision making Critical understanding

    Experiment design Experiment reports

    TIME FRAME CONTENT

    SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES/COMPETENCIES

    Within the given period the students are expected

    to

    STRATEGIES/ METHODOLOGY/

    ACTIVITIES

    INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS/

    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

    LEARNING OUTCOMES (Skills Developed/Value

    Focus)

    EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT

    d. Source of Electricity

    List common methods of providing electrical effects Design circuits using different sources Formulate appropriate sources of electricity in specific purpose Solve circuit problems.

    Demonstration Lecture Active participation in the discussions Group discussions Concept Mapping Seatwork

    Books References Multimedia Projector Paper and pen Experiment

    Independent Analysis Self-determination Awareness Knowledge Decision making Critical understanding

    Discussion of concepts Performance of experiments Experiment design Experiment reports Quiz

    Week 2

    3. Ohms Law Define Coulombs law, Charge, Current, Voltage, Resistance, Ohms Law, and Electric Source. Explain the force of attraction between two charged bodies as a vector quantity Differentiate scalar and vector forces. Solve problems to

    Demonstration Lecture Active participation in the discussions Group discussions Concept Mapping Seatwork

    Books References Multimedia Projector Paper and pen Experiment

    Independent Analysis Self-determination Awareness Knowledge Decision making Critical understanding

    Discussion of concepts Performance of experiments Experiment design Experiment reports Quiz

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    express Coulombs law.

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    TIME FRAME CONTENT

    SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES/COMPETENCIES

    Within the given period the students are expected

    to

    STRATEGIES/ METHODOLOGY/

    ACTIVITIES

    INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS/

    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

    LEARNING OUTCOMES (Skills Developed/Value

    Focus)

    EVALUATION/ ASSESSMENT

    a. Current Define current. frequency, and current density Relate the three main parameters of an electric circuit to current and curren