K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Tile Setting

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K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Tile Setting

  1. 1. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 1Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 1: PREPARING CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND TOOLSDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Identifying and classifyingconstruction materials• Identifying and describingtools per jobrequirements1. Tools and materials areidentified per job requirements2. Tools are classified accordingto their functions per jobrequirements.3. Materials are classifiedaccording to their uses forspecific construction projects.4. Tools and materials areselected per job requirement.• Identify materialsand toolsappropriate to aspecific job1. Listing down the toolsneeded in tile setting.2. Using tools properly3. Making a list of materialsper company standards• Directobservation• Writtentest/questioning3 hours• Accomplishing differentforms like job order slips,tools and materialsrequisition slips, andborrower’s slips• Following accuraterequisition procedures1. Needed materials and toolsare listed per job requirement.2. Materials and tools arerequested according to theprepared list.3. Requests are done percompany’s standard operatingprocedures (SOP).4. Materials and tools areprovided and unavailable onessubstituted without sacrificingcost and quality of work.• Requestappropriatematerials andtools1. Making a list of differentsizes of tiles.• Oralquestioning• Directobservation• Written test2 hours
  2. 2. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 2Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment Duration• Following procedures inreceiving tools andmaterials• Observing properhandling of tools andmaterials1. Receiving and inspectedmaterials and tools perquantity and specificationsbased on requisition.2. Tools and materials arechecked for damages andmanufacturing defects.3. Materials and tools receivedare handled with appropriatesafety devices.4. Materials and tools are storedin an appropriate locationnearest the workplace.LO3. Receive andinspectmaterials1. Enumeration of somecommon defects and/ordamages of tools andmaterials used for tilesetting.• Oral questioning• Directobservation• Written test3 hours
  3. 3. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 3Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 2: PERFORMING MENSURATIONS AND CALCULATIONSDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Making calculations andcomputations using thefour fundamentaloperations, ration andproportion, algebra andtrigonometry1. Calculation needed tocomplete work tasks areperformed using the four basicprocesses of addition (+),subtraction(-), multiplication (x)and division (/) including butnot limited to:Trigonometric functions andAlgebraic computations.2. Calculations involvingfractions, percentages, andmixed numbers are used tocomplete workplace tasks.3. Numerical computations areself-checked and corrected foraccuracy.4. Accurate measurements areobtained according to jobrequirements.5. Systems of measurements areidentified and convertedaccording to job requirements6. Work pieces are measuredaccording to job requirements.LO1.Carry outmeasurementsandcalculations1. Making simplecomputations using thefour fundamentaloperations• Oralquestioning• Directobservation• Written test4 hours
  4. 4. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 4Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment Duration• Visualizing objects andshapes specificallygeometric shapes.• Interpreting formulas forvolume, areas, andperimeters of plane andgeometric figures.• MeasuringInstruments/MeasuringTools• Proper handling ofmeasuring instruments1. Objects or components to bemeasured are identified,classified, and interpretedaccording to the appropriateregular geometric shapes.2. Measuring tools areselected/identified per objectto be measured or accordingto job requirements3. Correct specifications areobtained from relevantsources.4. Measuring instruments areselected according to jobrequirements.5. Alternative measuring toolsare used without sacrificingcost and quality of work.6. Measurements are obtainedaccording to job requirements.LO2. SelectMeasuringInstrument2. Measuring the lengths,width and thickness ofsome pieces of woodwhich will be presented inthe class.3. Computing the area ofsome geometric figures• Actualdemonstration• Directobservation• Written test/questioning4 hours
  5. 5. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 5Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 3: INTERPRETING TECHNICAL DRAWINGS AND PLANSDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Drawing symbols andsigns according to jobspecifications• Drawing lines• Trade mathematics1. Signs, symbols, and data areidentified according to jobspecifications.2. Signs, symbols and data aredetermined according toclassification or asappropriateness in drawing.LO1 Read/Interpretblueprints and plans1. Enumerate the linesnecessary in makingworking drawing.2. Demonstration3. Directobservation4. Writtentest/questioning3 hours• Basic technical drawing• Technical plans andschematic diagram• Symbols andabbreviations1. Necessary tools, materials andequipment are identifiedaccording to the plan.2. Components, assemblies orobjects are recognized per jobrequirement.3. Dimensions and specificationsare identified according to jobrequirements.4. Freehand sketch is producedin accordance with jobrequirements.LO2. Performfreehand sketching1. Make a sketch of an areaof four feet long and fourfeet wide to be tiled with 4by 4 tiles.• Practicalapplication/performancetest• Written test/questioning3 hours
  6. 6. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 6Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 4: MAINTAINING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Types of Tools andEquipment• Classification offunctional and non-functional tools• Uses of PersonalProtective Equipment(PPE).1. Tools and equipment areidentified according toclassification/specification andjob requirements.2. Functional and non-functionaltools and equipment aresegregated and labeledaccording to classification.3. Safety of tools and equipmentare observed in accordancewith manufacturer’sinstructions.4. Conditions of PPE arechecked in accordance withmanufacturer’s instructions.LO1. Checkcondition oftools andequipment1. Enumerate the conditionsof tools and equipment thatneeds maintenance orrepair.• Oralquestioning• Directobservation• Written test6 hours• Types and uses oflubricants• Types and uses ofcleaningmaterials/solvent• Types and uses ofmeasuring instrumentsand equipment.• Preventive maintenancetechniques andprocedures.1. Lubricants are identifiedaccording to types ofequipment.2. Tools and equipment arelubricated according topreventive maintenanceschedule or manufacturer’sspecifications.3. Measuring instruments arechecked and calibrated inaccordance withLO2. Performbasicpreventivemaintenance.1. Explain the importance oflubricants in tool andequipment maintenance.• Oralquestioning• Directobservation• Written test3 hours
  7. 7. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 7Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment Duration• OSHC workplaceregulationsmanufacturer’s instructions.4. Tools are cleaned andlubricated according tostandard procedures.5. Defective equipment and toolsare inspected and replacedaccording to manufacturer’sspecification.6. Work place is cleaned andkept in safe state in line withOSHC regulations.• Inventory of tools andequipment• Tools and equipmenthandling• Tool safe-keeping/storage1. Inventory of tools,instruments, and equipmentare conducted and recordedper company practices.2. Tools are inspected andstored after use.3. Tools and equipment arestored safely in accordancewith manufacturer’sspecifications or companyprocedures.LO3. Store toolsandequipment.1. Explaining thedisadvantages of improperstoring of tools andequipment.• Practicalexamination• Directobservation• Writtentest/questioning2 hours
  8. 8. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 8Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 5: PRACTICING OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURESDemonstrate understandingof/on:• TLV table• Philippine OHSstandards• Effects of hazards in theworkplace• Ergonomics• ECC regulations1. Terms of maximum tolerablelimits are identified based onthreshold limit value (TLV).2. Effects of hazards aredetermined.3. OHS issues and concerns areidentified in accordance withworkplace requirements.4. Requirements and relevantworkplace OHS legislation.LO1. Evaluatehazards andrisks1. Making a list of knownhazards and risks in theworkplace.• Interview• Writtenexamination• Simulation2 hours• Safety regulations• Clean air act• Electrical and fire safetycode• Waste management• Disaster preparednessand management• Contingency measuresand procedures1. OHS procedures for controllinghazards and risks are strictlyfollowed.2. Procedures in dealing withworkplace accidents, fire andemergencies are followed inaccordance with theorganization’s OHS policies.3. Personal protective equipment(PPE) is correctly used inaccordance with organization’sOHS procedures andpractices.4. Procedures in providingappropriate assistance in theevent of workplaceLO2. Controlhazardsand risks.1. Demonstrating orillustrating the proper useof PPEs.• Writtenexamination• Interview2 hours
  9. 9. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – TILE SETTING(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 9Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject / Activities Assessment Durationemergencies are identified inline with the establishedorganizational protocol.• Operational health andsafety procedure,practices and regulations• Emergency-related drillsand training• Procedures in emergencyrelated drill are strictlyfollowed in line with theestablished organizationalguidelines and procedures.• OHS personal records arefilled up in accordance withworkplace requirements.• PPE are maintained in linewith organization guidelinesand procedures.LO3. Maintainoccupationalhealth andsafetyawareness1. Commenting about theemergency drillsundertaken in the schoolssuch as fire drill andearthquake drill• Demonstration• Interview• Writtenexamination4 hours40 hrs.

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