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Santa Clara High School

Instructor: Christina Mehl


Email: cmehl@scusd.net
Website: mehlschs.weebly.com
Phone: 408.423.2744
School Website: santaclara.schoolloop.com

Internet Engineering 1 UC : Introduction to Networking


This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer
networks. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are
introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. By the end of the course, students will be able to build simple LANs, perform
basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement IP addressing schemes.

Learning Outcome or Objectives


Students who complete Introduction to Networks will be able to perform the following functions:
1. Understand and describe the devices and services used to support communications in data networks and the Internet
2. Understand and describe the role of protocol layers in data networks
3. Understand and describe the importance of addressing and naming schemes at various layers of data networks in IPv4 and
IPv6 environments
4. Design, calculate, and apply subnet masks and addresses to fulfill given requirements in IPv4 and IPv6 networks
5. Explain fundamental Ethernet concepts such as media, services, and operations
6. Build a simple Ethernet network using routers and switches
7. Use Cisco command-line interface (CLI) commands to perform basic router and switch configurations
8. Utilize common network utilities to verify small network operations and analyze data traffic

CTE and ROP:


Information and Communication Technology Sector
Networking Pathway

Articulation Agreements:
UC Approved
Mission College (3 Units)

Industry Recognized Certification


The Intro to Networking curriculum prepares students for the CCENT Certification test. You will be able to apply for a voucher to
take the test for $80

Sample of Reported Job Title


Information Technology Specialist (IT Specialist) Network Support Specialist
Support Specialist Network Technician
Computer Technician Network Admin or Support Specialist
Computer Support Specialist Information Security Analyst
Help Desk Analyst
Materials
Computer
Pencils (writing utensil)
Composition Note Book

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Curriculum and Internet Use
This is a college level class with a college level curriculum. You have to be able to read the curriculum on-line to do well in
this class. If you are unable to do this, this may not be the class for you.
Students can access the curriculum on the Internet at https://www.netacad.com/
Each student will need a user name and password to login into the Cisco site. Students will take on-line assessments after
each chapter and at the end of the course.

Other Policies
1. The student expected to complete the On-Line lessons outside of class time.
2. There will be no cell phone use allowed during exams.
3. Computers are provided for class assignments and research only.
4. Late assignments will be penalized
5. Assignments late more than one class period will not be accepted.
6. All assignments must be completed using a word processor.
7. Students are responsible to see the instructor about any work missed due to absence.
8. Students are expected to participate as a member of teams
9. The instructor reserves the right to raise or lower final grade due to attendance, class participation, attitude, and
other subjective values.
10. Students must pass both the Skills based portion in addition to the Academic portion of the curriculum to pass
the course.

We will not follow the design of the course. We will be skipping around for better knowledge and understanding
Scope and Sequence Labs
Exploring the Network 1.2.4.4 Network Representation (PKA) Class
Binary Numbers Class
Network Protocols and Communication Binary Numbers Class
IP Addressing 8.1.2.8 Converting IPv4 Addresses to Binary Class
8.1.1.1 thru 8.1.4.8 8.1.4.8 Identifying IPv4 Addresses Class
IP Addressing 8.2.5.3 Configuring IPv6 Addressing (PKA) Class
8.2.1.1 thru 8.4.1.3
Subnetting IP Networks 9.1.4.8 Calculating IPv4 Subnets Class
9.0.1.1 thru 9.1.5.6 9.1.4.6 Subnetting Scenario 1 (PKA) Upload
9.1.4.7 Subnetting Scenario 2 (PKA) Upload
Subnetting IP Networks 9.2.1.3 Designing and Implementing a Subnetted IPv4 Addressing Scheme Class
9.2.1.1 thru 9.4.1.3
Configuring a Network Operating System 2.3.3.4 Building a Simple Network Class
2.2.3.3 Configuring Initial Switch Settings (PKA) Class
2.3.2.5 Implementing Basic Connectivity (PKA) Class
Network Access 4.2.2.7 Building an Ethernet Crossover Cable Class
4.2.4.5 Connecting a Wired and Wireless LAN (PKA) Upload
Ethernet 5.1.4.3 Using Wireshark to Examine Ethernet Frames Class
Skip: 5.3.3.2 thru 5.3.3.4 5.2.1.7 Examine the ARP Table (PKA) Optional
5.3.1.10 Using IOS CLI with Switch MAC Address Tables Class
5.3.3.5 Configure Layer 3 Switches (PKA) Upload
Network Layer 6.4.1.2 Configure Initial Router Settings (PKA) Class
6.4.3.3 Connect a Router to a LAN (PKA) Class
Transport Layer 7.2.1.8 Using Wireshark to Observe the TCP 3-Way Handshake Class
7.2.3.5 Using Wireshark to Examine a UDP DNS Capture Class
7.3.1.2 TCP and UDP Communications Optional
Application Layer 10.2.2.8 DNS and DHCP (PKA) Class
10.2.1.8 Web and Email (PKA) Upload
10.2.2.9 Observing DNS Resolution Class
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Its a Network 11.2.4.5 Accessing the Network Devices with SSH Class
11.2.4.6 Securing network Devices Class
11.4.2.5 Backing Up Configuration Files (PKA) Upload
11.4.2.8 Researching Password Recovery Procedures Optional
Review Open Lab
Final Exam Practical Exam

Anchor Standards: Please see Information and Communications Technology Standard Descriptions on my website.
Academics: 1.0 Responsibility and Flexibility: 7.2-7.4, 7.7-7.8
Communication: 2.1-2.8 Ethics and Legal responsibilities: 8.1-8.8
Career Planning and Management: 3.1-3.9 Leadership and Team Work: 9.1-9.7
Technology: 4.1-4.6 Technology and Knowledge of Skills: 10.1-10.14
Problem Solving and Critical Thing: 5.1-5.12 Demonstration and Application: 11.1-11.4
Health and Safety: 6.1-6.11

Networking Pathway Standards: Please see Information and Communications Technology Standard Descriptions on my website.
B1.0 B1.6 B5.0-B5.2
B2.0-B2.3 B6.0-B 6.3
B3.0-B3.7 B7.0-B7.4
B4.0-B4.6 B8.0-B8.5

Class time will include:


A. Lecture and Demonstrations both with Videos and PowerPoints
B. Taking Exams
a. Chapter Exams
b. Chapter Quizzes (not graded but recommended)
c. Midterm Exam Chapter 1 - 6
d. Written Final Exam 1-12
e. Hands-on Skills Bases Final
C. Labs, Worksheets, and Practice Assignments (hands-on)
a. *Labs will be done in class whereas Chapter Study Guides should be done at home or when in-class work is
completed
Grading
Chapter Exams: 5%
Chapter Study Guides 25%
Midterm: 10%
Case Studies 10%
Written Final 10%
Hand-on Skills Based Final; 10%
Labs. PT & Worksheets: 30%
*Point distribution is subject to change*

KEY TO SUCCESS
Be prompt If you are not early, youre late. School policies will be enforced for all tardies and points deducted. If you
come in the room late, do not disrupt the class. Attendance is crucial for success in this class. Saturdays are for sleeping in,
not Saturday School.
Be prepared You will need a pencil (mechanicals are fine), notebook, folder, and passwords everyday unless you are told
otherwise. Go to the bathroom during passing time. Dont be that person who is always asking to go to the locker,
bathroom, drinking fountain, etc. You will only be let out of class 3 times per semester.
Be productive Use your time wisely. If you dont like homework, be productive!
Be polite Please be respectful of other students, staff, and school property. Please keep all cell phones, headphones, and
other electronic devices turned off and out of sight. Food is not allowed in the classroom. Water (only) is allowed. Please
keep the room picked up and garbage put in its place.
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ATTENDANCE POLICY:
In the business world, you are expected to be at work when scheduled and on time. In preparation for the world of work,
attendance in this class will follow the same guidelines. Students that have good attendance in class usually have better
grades, have a better understanding of how powerful business is and the role it has on everyday situations.

LATE WORK PROCEDURES: In some cases, in class work time will be given to complete assignments. Be wise with your time! You
are expected to turn in all assignments when they are due.
It is the students responsibility to meet assignment deadlines. Students will have two days to make up assignments if the
absence is excused and three days to make up a test. Unexcused absences will result in a ZERO for that days work. Late
work will be penalized one full grade (B+ to C+) for being one day late. ZERO credit will be earned thereafter, unless
arrangements have been made with the instructor. It is the students responsibility to obtain missing assignments from the
instructor on their return to class or look on schoolloop.
Do your OWN work. Cheating and Plagiarism will not be tolerated.
Do your BEST work. This is a business class that is a building block to other classes in the department. Be neat,
professional, and thorough.

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