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Mr. Bressler
Mr. Bressler
"A truly talented person can use their hands as well as their mind"
"Experience is the best teacher"


Mixed Grade Levels taught 8,9,10,11,12
Courses taught ---Advanced Woodworking,Metal Tech. Drafting, CAD I, CAD II, Applied Technology and Junior High Metal.

Advanced Wood Technology

about 1 year ago

The students in this class will utilize prior knowledge from the WOOD TECH ONE

class to produce an advanced wood project.  A more in-depth study of machining,joinery

and safety will be incorporated into this class.  A high degree of accuracy will be needed

to produce the required project.  GOOD LUCK!!!!!

 

GRADING

 1.  Safety Tests

 2.  Homework Assignments

 3.  Project

 4.  Clean up

 5.  Attitude

UNITS OF STUDY

 

1.  SAFETY AND OPERATION OF MACHINES

2.  PARTS PRODUCTION

3.  SPECIAL JOINERY

4.  ASSEMBLY AND FINISHING TECHNIQUES

Junior High Metal

about 1 year ago

CURWENSVILLE AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT

650 Beech Street

Curwensville, PA  16833                                                        

814-236-1100 Fax: 814-236-1103

 

 

Name of Course _____Junior High Metal Technology_______________________________________________

Length of Course ____9 Weeks____________           Appropriate Grade Level(s)                _______8______

 

               

1.             Learning Proficiencies Associated with Appropriate State Standard

 

                The student should be able to:

 

·         Successfully construct a sheet and wrought iron metal project, and utilize facets of Technology using a modular, computer trainer.

 

1.                    Utilize facets of technology using a modular computer trainers.

(Pennsylvania State Standards 3.7.10,3.7.12)

 

2.                    Understand and use terminology associated with metal technology.

(Pennsylvania State Standards 3.7.10,3.7.12)

 

3.                    Identify and correctly use all basic hand tools associated with sheet metal.

(Pennsylvania State Standards 3.7.10,3.7.12)

 

4.                    Set-up and properly use spot welder, mig-welder.

(Pennsylvania State Standards 3.7.10,3.7.12)

 

5.                    Identify, understand and properly use power equipment.

(Pennsylvania State Standards 3.7.10,3.7.12)

 

6.                    Describe and display appropriate behavior associated with safety.

(Pennsylvania State Standards 3.7.7,3.7.10,3.7.12)

               

2.                    Instructional Strategies

 

·         Class demonstrations

·         Lectures

·         Discussions

·         Structured notes

·         Sketching/plans

·         Computer applications

 

3.             Content and Timeframe

 

                Week 1

               

                Course outline, measurement unit, fractions, addition, subtraction, division, measurement scales.

 

                Week 2

 

                Safety unit and safety contract.

 

                Week 3

 

                Problem solving unit and cooperative learning.

 

                Week 4

 

                Introduction to project #1 Sheet metal, layout, tools, measurement, hand tools.

 

                Week 5

 

                Work sessions, demo, student project work.

 

                Week 6

 

                Filing, finish, paint intro project.

 

                Week 7

 

                Wrought iron bending, scroll work, jigs, fixtures, diacra bender.

 

                Week 8

 

                Work sessions, cohesive bonding.

 

                Week 9

 

                Completion projects, painting, and grading.

 

4.             Curriculum Materials (text: include book title, publisher, copyright year)

 

                Text: Exploring Metalworking, GoodHeart Wilcox Co. 1987.

 

5.                    Assessment Tools

 

·         Structured notes

·         Tests

·         Quizzes

·         Writing assignment

·         Class participation

·         Project/product grades

 

6.             Assessment Benchmarks

               

                The student should be able to:

 

A.                  Know and compare

 

Length, width, height, sheet goods, linear feet, square feet, shearing, bending, and layout tools used in metal working.  Facets of computer modules.

 

B.                   Know and recognize

 

Sheet, band iron, hot-rolled, cold-rolled steel, angle iron, spot welder, mig welder, square, burr, sharp ends, bend.

 

C.                   Know and use

 

Square, combination square, t-bevel, steel rule, straight edge, center-punch, scribe, ball peen hammer, dividers, bending jigs, barfold, box and pan, squaring shear, slip roll, sheet metal ships, aviation snips, file, file card.

 

D.                  Know and use

 

Welding helmet, brazing goggles, leather gloves, apron, safety glasses.

 

E.                   Know and use

 

Drill press, grinder, pedastol grinder, spot-welder and mig welder, spray booth.

 

F.                   Understand and display

 

Safety, as individual and group.  Safely demonstrate set-up and operation of machines.  Inspection of tools and equipment to prevent unnecessary accidents.

 

Signature (Preparer)             ____________________________________________         Date        __________

 

Signature (Grade Level/Dept Chair)  ________________________________     Date        __________

 

Signature (Supervisor C&I)                ______________________________________       Date        __________

 

Drafting

about 1 year ago

Drafting

1ST 9 WEEKS

1.  SINGLE VIEW DRAWINGS.

2.  HORIZONTAL AND VERTICLE LINES

3.  SLANTED LINES

4.  CIRCLES AND ARCS

5.  DIMENSIONING

          GRADING

THERE WILL BE 21 PROBLEMS FOR THE 9 WEEK PERIOD.  THE AVERAGE OF THESE PROBLEMS WILL BE TABULATED AND AVERAGED.  A WORKING GRADE WILL BE ADDED TO TO THIS AVERAGE AND DIVIDED BY TWO.  THE WORKING GRADE IS DETERMINED BY GIVING 5 POINT S PER DRAWING COMPLETED.

 

2ND 9WEEK GRADING PERIOD

1.  MULTI VIEW DRAWING.

 

3RD 9 WEEK GRADING PERIOD

1.  HELPER VIEWS

      A.  AUXULLIARY VIEWS

      B.  SECTIONAL VIEWS

 

4TH 9 WEEK GRADING PERIOD

 

1.  PICTORIAL VIEWS

     A.  OBLIQUE

     B.  ISOMETRIC

     C.  1 POINT

     D.  2 POINT