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K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Carpentry
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Carpentry
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Carpentry
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Carpentry
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Carpentry
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Carpentry
K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Carpentry
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K to 12 TLE Curriculum Guide for Carpentry

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  • 1. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CARPENTRY(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:• Types and uses ofconstruction materials• Kinds of carpentry tools• Description of materialsand tools• Listing of materials asper company standards..1. Tools and materials areidentified as per jobrequirements.2. Tools are classified accordingto their functions per jobrequirements.3. Materials are classifiedaccording to their uses in aspecific construction project.4. Tools and materials areselected per job requirement.LO1. Identifymaterials andtoolsapplicable fora specificconstructionjob.1. Enumerating and describingthe tools and materials usedin carpentry works.• Written test• Performancetest6 hours• Different forms• Job order slip• Tools and materialsrequisition slip• Borrower’s slip• Requisition procedures• Use of hand tools1. Needed materials and toolsare listed as per jobrequirement.2. Materials and tools arerequested according to the listprepared.3. Requests are done as percompany’s standard operatingprocedures (SOP).4. Materials and tools aresubstituted and provided forunavailable ones withoutsacrificing cost and quality ofwork.LO2. Requestappropriatematerials andtools.1. Fill up necessary forms asper job requirement.• Written test• Performancetest3 hours
  • 2. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CARPENTRY(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 2Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment Duration• Procedures in receivingtools and materials• Proper inspection of toolsand materials received.• Proper handling of toolsand materials.1. Materials and tools as perquantity and specification basedon requisition are received andinspected.2. Tools and materials arechecked for damages andmanufacturing defects.3. Materials and tools received arehandled with appropriate safetydevices.4. Materials and tools are stored inaside to appropriate locationsnearest the workplace.LO3. Receiveand inspectmaterials1. Writing the possible defectsand/or damages ofmaterials and tools used incarpentry.• Written test• Performancetest2 hours
  • 3. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CARPENTRY(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 3Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 2: MAINTAINING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Types of Tools andEquipment• Classification of functionaland 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 andequipment.1. Performing the actualsegregation of functionaland non-functional tools andequipment.• Performancetest• Written test3 hours• Types and uses oflubricants• Types and uses ofcleaningmaterials/solvent• Types and uses ofmeasuring instrumentsand equipment.• Preventive maintenancetechniques andprocedures1. 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. Perform basicpreventivemaintenance.1. Performing the properselection and application oflubricants used forpreventive maintenance.• Written test• Performancetest4 hours
  • 4. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CARPENTRY(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 4Content 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 recordedas per company practices.2. Tools are inspected andreplaced after use.3. Tools and equipment arestored safely in accordancewith manufacturer’sspecifications or companyprocedures.LO3. Store toolsandequipment.1. Applying proper storing oftools.• Written test• Performancetest2 hours
  • 5. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CARPENTRY(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 5Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 3: PERFORM MENSURATION AND CALCULATIONDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Measuring instrumentsand tools• Proper handling ofmeasuring instruments1. Measuring tools areselected/identified as perobject to be measured or jobrequirements.2. Correct specifications areobtained from relevantsources.3. Measuring instruments areselected according to jobrequirements.4. Alternative measuring tools areused without sacrificing costand quality of work.5. Measurements are obtainedaccording to job requirements.LO1. Selectmeasuringinstruments.1. Demonstrating the properhandling of measuring tools.• Actualdemonstration• Directobservation• Writtentest/questioning2 hours• Kinds of measurement• Dimensions• Ratio and proportion• Conversion6. Accurate measurements areobtained according to jobrequirements.7. Work pieces are measuredaccording to job requirementsLO2. Carry outmeasurementandcalculations.1. Measuring lengths, width,and thickness of pieces ofwood.• Written Test• PerformanceTest4 hours
  • 6. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CARPENTRY(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 6Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 4: INTERPRETING DRAWINGS AND PLANSDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Drawing symbols andsigns1. Signs, symbols, and data areidentified according to jobspecifications.2. Signs, symbols, and data aredetermined according toclassification orappropriateness in drawing.LO1. Analyze signs,symbols, anddata.1. Drawing and describing thedifferent signs and symbolsused in the project plans.• Written test• Performancetest4 hours• Basic technical drawing• Technical plans andschematic diagram1. Necessary tools, materials,and equipment are identifiedaccording to the plan.2. Components, assemblies orobject are recognized as perjob requirement.3. Dimensions andspecifications are identifiedaccording to jobrequirements.LO2. Interprettechnicaldrawings andplans.1. Explaining the specific usesof lines in the drawing.• Performancetest• Written test2 hours• Correct freehandsketching4. Correct freehand sketching isproduced in accordance withthe job requirementsLO3. Apply freehandsketching2. Demonstrating freehandsketching• Performancetest• Written test
  • 7. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CARPENTRY(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 7Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment DurationLESSON 5: PRACTICING OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY PROCEDURESDemonstrate understandingof/on:• Hazards and risksidentification and control• Organizational safety andhealth protocol• Threshold limit value(TLV)• OHS indicators1. Workplace hazards and risksare identified and clearlyexplained.2. Hazards/risks and theircorresponding indicators areidentified in accordance withthe company procedures.3. Contingency measures arerecognized and established inaccordance with organizationalprocedures.LO1. Identifyhazards andrisks.1. Listing down the possiblehazards and risks commonin the workplace.• Performancetest• Written test• TLV table• Philippine OHS standards• Effects of hazards in theworkplace• Ergonomics• ECC Regulations1. Terms of maximum tolerablelimits are identified based onthreshold limit values (TLV)2. Effects of hazards aredetermined.4. OHS issues and concerns areidentified in accordance withworkplace requirements andrelevant workplace OHSlegislation.LO2. Evaluatehazards andrisks.1. Writing some possibleremedies of known hazardsand risks in the workplace• Performancetest• Written test• Safety regulations Clean air act Electrical and firesafety code1. OHS procedures for controllinghazards and risks are strictlyfollowed.LO3. Controlhazards andrisks.1. Writing the importance ofknowing the hazardous andrisky objects/fixtures in theworkplace.• Written test• Performancetest4 hours
  • 8. K to 12 TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD EDUCATIONINDUSTRIAL ARTS – CARPENTRY(Exploratory)*TWG on K to 12 Curriculum Guide – version January 31, 2012 8Content Standard Performance StandardLearningCompetenciesProject/ Activities Assessment Duration Waste management Disaster preparednessand management• Contingency measuresand procedures2. 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 workplaceemergencies are identified inline with the establishedorganizational protocol.• Operational health andsafety procedures,practices, and regulations• Emergency-related drillsand training1. Procedures in emergencyrelated drill are strictly followedin line with the establishedorganizational guidelines andprocedures.2. OHS personal records arefilled up in accordance withworkplace requirement3. PPEs are maintained in linewith organizational guidelinesand procedures.LO4. Maintainoccupationalhealth andsafetyawareness.1. Explain the advantages ofpracticing safetyprecautions in the workarea.• Written test• Performancetest3 hours39 hours

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