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### Af ten lesson plan wdt110

1. 1. Lesson Plan Course Number and Title: WDT 110 – Industrial Blueprint Reading Module/Unit: Module A – Industrial Blueprint Reading Fundamentals Module/Unit Description: This module provides students with the opportunity to build the knowledge, and skills required for reading, understanding and interpreting various blueprint reading applications, for the manufacturing and construction industries. Emphasis is placed a student building their knowledge and skills in math, interpreting lines, views, dimensions, weld joint configurations and weld symbols, for various industrial blueprint reading applications. Upon completion, a student should be able to read and interpret blueprints for various fabrication applications, in the manufacturing and construction industries. Estimated Time Required/Hours of Instruction: 30 hrs. Professional Competencies/Performance Objectives: A1.1 Basic math concepts for welding applications (measured cognitively) A1.2 Metric system concepts for welding applications and American Standard measurements conversion to metrics (measured cognitively) A1.3 Various measurement tools and application concepts used in welding fabrication (measured cognitively) A1.4 Identify the basic lines of a blueprint (measured cognitively) A1.5 Identify and explain notes and bill of material (measured cognitively) A1.6 Interpret basic views (measured cognitively) A1.7 Interpret section views (measured cognitively) A1.8 Identify types of blueprints (measured cognitively) A1.9 Identify basic types of joints (measured cognitively) A1.10 Interpret welding symbols (measured cognitively) A1.11 Interpret fillet weld symbol (measured cognitively) A1.12 Interpret groove weld symbol (measured cognitively) A1.13 Identify Back or Backing and Melt-Thru weld symbols (measured cognitively)
2. 2. Instructional Methods/Techniques: (Mark Appropriate Boxes with an X) X X X X Lecture (Illustrated talk) Lecture/Discussion Demonstration of Concept or Principle Demonstration of Manipulative Skill Case Studies Brainstorming/Buzz Group X X Resource Person(s) Supervised Study Individual Research Homework Simulation Project Method X X X X X PowerPoint Presentation Computer Presentation Small Group Activities Hands-On Assignments Problem-Solving Other (Identify)
3. 3. Learning Objectives What will the Student will be able to do after your instruction? A1.1.1 Add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers A1.1.2 Add, subtract, multiply and divided fractions A1.1.3 Add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals A1.1.4 Convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions A1.2.1 Apply the metric system A1.2.2 Apply the conversion of American Standard measurement to metric measurements A1.2.3 Apply the conversion of metric measurement to American Standard measurements A1.3.1 Fundamentals of reading tape measures used for welding fabrication A1.3.2 Fundamentals and application of squares used in welding fabrication A1.3.3 Fundamentals and application of protractors used for welding fabrication A1.4.1 Identify object lines A1.4.2 Identify hidden lines Instructional Outline and Related Activities/Instructional Notes Include both teacher center and student centered activities in a detailed outline. Math Applications for Welding Fabrication  Math applications for whole numbers  Math applications for fractions  Math applications for decimals  Evaluation/Performance Assessment How will you determine if learning has taken place? Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Conversions of fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions Metric Measurements Applications for Welding Fabrication  Application of the metric system  Conversions of American Standard measurements to metric measurements  Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Conversions of metric measurements to American Standard measurements Measurement Tools Used for Welding Fabrication Applications  Fundamentals of reading tape measures for welding fabrication  Fundamentals and application of using squares for welding fabrication  Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Fundamentals and application of using protractors for welding fabrication Identification Basic Lines of Blueprints  Object line identification for welding fabrication blueprint applications Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and
4. 4.  A1.4.3 Identify center lines  A1.4.4 Identify extension and dimension lines  A1.4.5 Identify leader lines  A1.4.6 Identify cutting plane lines  A1.4.7 Identify section lines  A1.4.8 Identify short and long break lines A1.4.9 Identify phantom lines  A1.5.1 Identify and explain notes and the bill of materials for welding fabrication blueprint applications A1.6.1 Draw and interpret oblique drawings A1.6.2 Draw and interpret isometric drawings A1.6.3 Draw and interpret orthographic drawings A1.6.4 Interpret auxiliary views A1.6.5 Interpret enlarged detail drawings A1.7.1 Interpret full sections A1.7.2 Interpret half sections A1.7.3 Interpret revolved sections A1.7.4 Interpret assembly sections  Hidden line identification for welding fabrication blueprint applications Center line identification for welding fabrication blueprint applications Extension and dimension line identification for welding fabrication blueprint applications Leader line identification for welding fabrication blueprint applications Cutting plane line identification for welding fabrication blueprint applications Section line identification for welding fabrication blueprint applications Short and long break line identification for welding fabrication applications Phantom line identification for welding fabrication blueprint applications Identification and Explanation of Notes and the Bill of Materials Blueprint Applications  Identification and explanation of notes and bill of materials for welding fabrication blueprint applications Draw and Interpret Basic Pictorial Drawings and Views  Draw and interpret Oblique drawings of welding fabrications  Draw and interpret Isometric drawings of welding fabrications    Draw and interpret Orthographic drawings of welding fabrications Interpret Auxiliary views of welding fabrications Interpret Enlarged detail drawings of welding fabrications Interpretation of Section Views of Welding Fabrication Blueprints  Interpretation of full sections views of welding fabrication blueprints  Interpretation of half sections views of welding fabrication blueprints  Interpretation of revolved sections views of welding fabrication blueprints  Interpretation of assembly sections views of welding fabrication blueprints comprehensive final exam. Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam.
5. 5. A1.7.5 Interpret aligned sections  A1.7.6 Interpret broken-out sections  A1.8.1 Identify detail fabrication blueprints A1.8.2 Identify assembly fabrication blueprints A1.8.3 Identify subassembly fabrication blueprints A1.9.1 Identify Tee joint A1.9.2 Identify Lap joint A1.9.3 Identify Edge joint A1.9.4 Identify Butt joint A1.9.5 Identify Corner joint A1.9.6 Identify Flanged corner A1.9.7 Identify Flanged butt A1.10.1 Interpret location of elements A1.10.2 Interpret arrow significance A1.10.3 Interpret obsolete weld symbols A1.10.4 Interpret preferred symbols A1.10.5 Interpret contour and finish symbols A1.10.6 Interpret multiple weld symbols A1.10.7 Interpret designation of member to be beveled symbols A1.10.8 Interpret dimensions on welding symbols A1.10.9 Interpret duplicate welds identification A1.10.10 Interpret multiple reference lines identification A1.10.11 Interpret welding abbreviations identification Interpretation of aligned sections views of welding fabrication blueprints Interpretation of broken-out sections views of welding fabrication blueprints Identification of Types of Blueprints  Identification of detail fabrication blueprints  Identification of assembly fabrication blueprints  Identification of subassembly fabrication blueprints Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Identification of y basic types of joints  Identification of tee joint  Identification of lap joint  Identification of edge joint  Identification of butt joint  Identification of corner joint  Identification of flanged corner joint  Identification of flanged butt joint Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Interpretation of Welding Symbols Used for Fabrication  Interpretation of location of elements Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam.   Interpretation of arrow significance Interpretation of obsolete weld symbols   Interpretation of preferred symbols Interpretation of contour and finish symbols  Interpretation of Multiple weld symbols  Interpretation of designation of member to be beveled  Interpretation of dimensions on welding symbols  Interpretation of duplicate welds  Interpretation of multiple reference lines
6. 6.  A1.11.1 Interpret size of the legs A1.11.2 Interpret length of the weld A1.11.3 Interpret pitch and intermitted welding A1.11.4 Interpret contour and finishing symbols A1.11.5 Interpret combining fillet weld with other symbols A1.12.1 Interpret depth of groove preparation A1.12.2 Interpret groove weld size A1.12.3 Interpret root opening A1.12.4 Interpret groove angle A1.12.5 Interpret contour and finishing symbols A1.12.6 Interpret groove weld combination A1.12.7 Interpret back gouging A1.12.8 Interpret backing and spacer material symbols A1.12.9 Interpret consumable inserts A1.13.1 Identify size of backing and melt-thru weld symbols A1.13.2 Identify contour and finishing symbols A1.13.3 Identify applications of back or backing symbols A1.13.4 Identify applications of meltthru symbols Interpretation of welding abbreviations Interpret fillet weld symbol  Interpretation of size of the legs  Interpretation of length of the weld  Interpretation of pitch and intermitted welding  Interpretation of contour and finishing  Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Interpretation of combining fillet weld with other symbols Interpretation of groove Weld Symbol  Interpretation of depth of groove preparation     Interpretation of groove weld size Interpretation of root opening Interpretation of groove angle Interpretation of contour and finishing  Interpretation of groove weld combination interpretation   Interpretation of back gouging Interpretation of backing and spacer material symbols  Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam. Interpretation of consumable inserts Identification of Back or Backing and Melt-Thru welds  Identification of size of backing and melt-thru weld symbols  Identification of contour and finishing symbols  Identification of applications of back or backing symbols  Identification of applications of melt-thru symbols Written homework assignments, chapter test, comprehensive midterm exam and comprehensive final exam.
7. 7. Student Assignments: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Read assigned blueprint textbook chapters. Answer assigned chapter review questions. Answer assigned summary review questions. Read blueprint handout materials. Answer blueprint handout material questions Equipment, Materials and Other Resources Needed: List all audiovisual requirements, handouts/supplemental materials, and equipment necessary to teach this unit in the following table. Obj. # Computer system Computer assisted projection system Paper, ¼” square graph paper, Obj. # Equipment, Materials, Etc. A1.1.1 Thru A1.1.4 Theory-Equipment, Materials, Etc. PPE for blueprint reading, wrap-around, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” tri-square, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) 12” protractor square Obj.# A1.2.1 Thru A1.2.3 , Equipment, Materials, Etc. PPE for blueprint reading, wrap-around, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” tri-square, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) 12” protractor square
8. 8. pencils, 12” clear ruler, pens and three ring notebook binder A1.3.1 Thru A1.3.3 PPE for blueprint reading, wrap-around, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” tri-square, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) A1.4.1 Thru A1.4.9 , 12” protractor square A1.5.1 , PPE for blueprint reading, wrapa-round, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” trisquare, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) 12” protractor square A1.6.1 Thru A1.6.5 , 12” protractor square A1.7.1 Thru A1.7.6 , PPE for blueprint reading, wrapa-round, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” trisquare, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) PPE for blueprint reading, wrapa-round, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” trisquare, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) 12” protractor square PPE for blueprint reading, wrapa-round, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” trisquare, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) 12” protractor square A1.8.1 Thru A1.8.3 , 12” protractor square A1.9.1 Thru A1.9.7 , A1.11.1 Thru A1.11.5 PPE for blueprint reading, wrap-around, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” tri-square, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) PPE for blueprint reading, wrapa-round, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” trisquare, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) 12” protractor square A1.10.1 Thru A1.10.11 A1.12.1 Thru A1.12.9 , PPE for blueprint reading, wrapa-round, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” trisquare, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) 12” protractor square
9. 9. A1.13.1 Thru A1.13.4 PPE for blueprint reading, wrapa-round, safety glasses, soapstone &holder, half round file, 25’ Tape Measure, 18” trisquare, clear safety face shields etc. (see tool list attached to syllabus) 12” protractor square WDT110 Blue Print Reading Lesson Plans by Dewey Lee, Mary Ann Hudson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.