2.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
Content for the day
• Blueprints
• Tools and Equipment
3.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
Materials for the day
Resource 5.26 – Name That
4.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 1
• Check-in: Shake hands. Remind students:
binders, seating. Start class.
• Review the day: Review the day’s activities
from the list on the board or chart paper.
• Binder check: This can be done at any time
during the day.
5.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 2
15 min: Have pair-shares complete their plot plan and rose project
cost sheet from the last meeting.
10 min: Have Work Teams meet to compare their members’
responses to the following:
• Placement of the house on the property: where did people place
the house and why? What is the best option?
• Placement of the rose bushes: do they meet Mr. Plaza’s
specifications: 3 sides of the perimeter with roses at 4’ intervals,
a bush at each corner, and one empty slot at the walkway to the
front door?
• Cost of the rose project: what was the total cost?
Then have Work Teams take one minute to report out, showing
(perhaps on various plot plans) what they think are the best
responses.
Blueprints
6.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 3
5 min: Do Minute Math, slide 11
20 min: Explain that years ago, when Mr. Plaza was
getting ready to build his cabin on non-mountainous
land in Georgia, he was concerned about wood
damage, as many of the homeowners in his area had
problems. As a result of his study and inquiries, he
made an adjustment to the plans shown in Drawing
E. Let’s see if we can figure out what it was.
Have students turn to p. 328. Read the Causes of
Wood Damage (2 paragraphs) aloud as students take
notes.
7.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 4
Then assign the following jigsaw reading to Work Teams, giving them 5
minutes to prepare and 2 minutes to report out:
• Wood decay
- Fungi
- Dry rot
• Preventing decay and Decay-resistant woods
• Termites (p. 329 only)
- Subterranean termites
• Formosan and dry-wood termites and carpenter ants
- Formosan termites
- Dry-wood termites
- Carpenter ants
• Beetles and carpenter bees
- Beetles
- Carpenter bees
8.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 5
5 min: Have students look at the map on p.
330 and find Georgia. What does the legend
tell us? So, it’s likely that Mr. Plaza’s concern
about wood damage is related to termites.
Have Work Teams take 3 minutes to look at
Figure 12-12 on p. 330 and compare it to
Drawing E. Call on a Work Team to explain
what change they think Mr. Plaza made to the
plans. Ask for a second opinion.
9.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 6
5 min: Play a fast game of Construction Cards.
Stretch Break: Everyone stands. You ask Work
Team 4 to present their math rap. They perform.
Everyone claps and sits down.
5 min: Do Minute Math, slide 12
5 min: Ask Work Teams to review the plans for the
Plaza Cabin and write down the kinds of windows
included, the location, and the size of each. Be
sure to look at both floor plan and elevation
drawings. .
10.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 7
10 min: Let’s check to see if Mr. Plaza’s cabin meets
standard building code. Have students turn to p. 576. Read
Design Requirements aloud while they take notes about the
requirements:
• Total window area that can be opened must not be less
than 4% of floor area
• Bathrooms must have at least 3 SF of glazing
• Bedroom windows must have
- Sill height <44” from floor
- Height of opening > 24”
- Width of opening > 20”
- Unblocked open area > 5.7 SF (or 5.0 SF on main floor)
11.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 8
Show students how you wrote the notes, using the
symbols for equal to or greater than and equal to
or less than. Explain that one way to remember
the greater and lesser arrows is that most people
have greater skill with their right hand (the
direction of the greater arrow) than they do with
their left. Have students make vocabulary cards
for the following symbols
• greater than (>),
• less than (<),
• equal to or greater than (>), and
• equal to or less than (<).
Ask them to use these symbols in their notes
12.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 9
15 min: Now call on a Work Team to give you their list
of the windows in the Plaza cabin (and a second Team
as needed to generate this list):
• 2 2650 SL in living room
• 1 4040 SL in bedroom
• 0 in bathroom
• 1 3030 SL in kitchen
• 1 window in loft, size not known
Tell students how to read the size of the window: first
2 numbers is the width, second 2 numbers is the
length, all in inches. The width comes first because it
defines the header requirements. They say the size as
26 by 50 or 40 by 40.
13.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 10
Ask if Mr. Plaza is out of compliance because he
has no window in the bathroom. (No, because
there is a fan.)
Check the window in the bedroom to see if it
meets the requirements.
• Is the sill height <44” from floor? (We don’t
know)
• Is the height of opening > 24”? (Yes)
• Is the width of opening > 20”? (Yes)
• Is there an unblocked open area > 5.7 SF (or
5.0 SF on main floor)?
14.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 11
Ask Work Teams to take 2 minutes to figure
this out. Call on one Team to explain their
thinking and give their answer. Ask for a
second opinion.
Finally, does Mr. Plaza’s cabin meet the
overall requirement that the total window
area that can be opened must not be less
than 4% of floor area? Give Work Teams 3
minutes to figure this out. Call on one Team
to explain their thinking and give their
answer. Ask for a second opinion.
15.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 12
10 min: Note that all Mr. Plaza’s windows are SL.
Have students turn to p. 577, and, as pair-shares,
fill out vocabulary cards for
• Window sash (where have they heard
that word before?)
• Muntin
• Casement windows
• Awning window
• Hopper window
• Horizontal sliding window
• Double hung window
• Stationary window (fixed glass)
• Glass block
16.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 13
Compare definitions as a group and ask students to
add
• Mullion strips (p. 587)
•
15 min: Have Work Teams take 2 minutes to go back to
the Plaza cabin drawings to find the location of and
count the number of doors. Ask for a report out from
one Team. Have students make vocabulary cards for
• 1 exterior door—living room
• 2 interior doors—bathroom and bedroom
• 1 set bifold doors—closet (You may have
to ask for a second or third opinion to pick
up this one. See picture p. 615)
17.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 14
Give pair-shares 1 minute to scan pp. 596 and
597 to determine what kind of core construction
the exterior door probably is and what kind the
interior doors probably are. Make out vocabulary
cards for
• Solid-core doors
• Hollow-core doors
Next have Work Teams read Direction of Swing on
pp. 601-2 and take another look at the Plaza
cabin floor plan. Which direction do the exterior
and interior doors swing? Does that make sense?
18.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
First and Second Hours (7:30 – 9:30) - 15
Finally, have Work Teams read pp. 615-617
and make vocabulary cards for the following:
• Bifold doors
• Folding doors
• Double-Acting (or Café) doors
• Pocket doors
• Snack Break (9:30-9:40)
19.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
Third and Fourth Hours (9:40 – 11:30) - 1
100 min: Students continue at work stations,
moving on when they’ve reached at least a
basic proficiency level. Students always
complete their vocabulary cards for each new
station before beginning work on proficiencies.
Continue to balance the groups at the work
stations so none are too crowded. Monitor
carefully; initial proficiencies on your file copy
and the student’s copy of the rubric as
students demonstrate competency.
Tools and Equipment– Hands-on-exposure
20.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
Third and Fourth Hours (9:40 – 11:30) - 2
Monitor student proficiency completion, so that you
set up project stations as needed. Monitor individual
students for time management. Remind students that
Friday is the last day in shop.
10 min: Play “Name That…” (See Appendix A for
explanation of how to play Name That….) Use
Resource 5.26.
Reflection
Out the door:Model Notes,Reflection, binders on the
shelf, shake hands.
21.
Week Seven: Day 31 (Monday)
AFTER HOURS
• Academics homework
• Open Computer Lab
22.
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