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Drafting unit plan

  1. 1. Intel® Teach ProgramEssentials CourseUnit Plan in Drafting Unit Author First and Last Name Liezlynne Borlasa School District Cebu School Name Cebu Normal University School City, State Cebu Unit Overview Unit Title Creativity in Drafting Unit Summary Students will be able to know about drafting. They will be engaged into drawing activities, and research. Their creativity in drawing and design will be enhanced through coming up a simple 3d drawing and photo taking, in an orthographic and isometric way. Subject Area Technology and Livelihood Education Grade Level First Year High School Approximate Time Needed 2 weeks Unit Foundation Targeted Content Standards and Benchmarks (BEC COMPETENCIES) 1. Naipamamalas ang kakayahan sa paggamit ng mga kaalaman sa drafting 1.1Naipaliliwanag ang wastong gamit at pangangalaga sa mga kasangkapan, instrumento at ekwipment sa drafting 1.2Nakaguguhit ng linyang gabay sa pagleletra na isinasaalang-alang ang tamang bigat 1.3Naipaliliwanag ang ebolusyon ng mga istilo sa pagleletring 1.4Naipaliliwanag ang kahalagaan ng proposyon at tamang pag-aagwat s pagleletring 1.5 Naipaliliwanag nang wasto ang alphabet of lines at ang gamit ng mga ito 1.6Naiguguhit nang tama ang alphabet of lines 1.7 Naipaliliwanag ang mga uri ng panukat 1.8Naisasagawa ang mga pagsasanay sa malayang pagguhit sa paraang Ortograpiko© 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 1 of 6
  2. 2. Intel® Teach ProgramEssentials Course Student Objectives/Learning Outcomes At the end of the chapter, the students with 75% accuracy are expected to: 1. Identify the common drafting tools, instruments and equipment; and their specific use. 2. Demonstrate the proper care of drafting tools. 3. Know the historical background of the evolution of lettering styles and their meaning. 4. Take photos of an object, in an orthographic and isometric way. 5. Come up a simple 3d drawing, in an orthographic and isometric way. Curriculum-Framing Questions What is the impact of an advertisement with a proper foundation of graphics Essential and text? Question o How to identify orthographic and isometric drawings? Unit o What is the meaning of each lettering style? Questions o What are the meanings of the different shapes and thickness of lines?  What are the common drafting tools, instruments and equipment?  How to properly care the drafting tools?  What are the guidelines for lettering? Content  What is the evolution of lettering styles? Questions  What is the alphabet of lines?  What are the types of mensuration?  What are orthographic and isometric drawings? Assessment Plan Assessment Timeline© 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 2 of 6
  3. 3. Intel® Teach ProgramEssentials Course Before project work begins Students work on projects After project work is and complete tasks completed  Ask students  Let the  Students will  Students will  Individual  Paper-pencil if they are students draw research on be grouped demonstrati test. into drawing, in a sheet of the historical into 4 to on of the how they do bond paper any background work on the proper care their drawing, thing that they of evolution different of drafting and how they like to draw. take good of lettering presentations tools, and care of their styles. They of the proper drawing of drawing tools. will also be care of an object given an drafting showing the activity, tools. They orthographic wherein they will also be views. will imitate a paired and will simple take photos of an object and object with come up a the correct simple 3d measuremen drawing, in an t of the sides orthographic using a and isometric ruler. way. Assessment Summary The assessments that will be used are paper-pencil tests, demonstration, research, group presentation, object measurement, and drawing. Assessment Rubrics 75-85% 86-95% 96-100% Score Mastery Novice Competent Refined and understanding understanding sophisticated and application of and application of understanding the lesson. Unsafe the lesson. and application of or efficient use of Adequate the lesson. materials. attention to Extreme attention detail. Capable to details. use of materials. Excellent use of materials. Creativity Novice and Competent Refined and restricted development in sophisticated approach to the expression of approach to developing an a creative idea original and idea with no with an increased unique expression evidence of risk attempt at risk of an idea with a taking. The taking. The high degree of© 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 3 of 6
  4. 4. Intel® Teach ProgramEssentials Course artist’s voice is artist’s voice is risk taking. The weak, confused, distinct, clearly artist’s voice is or not that evident, but unique, distinct, memorable. somewhat definitely evident, predictable. and memorable. Effort Novice and/or Competent effort, Outstanding limited effort. follow-through effort. There has Lack of follow and energy have been an excellent through. Little been sense of purpose, sense of purpose. demonstrated. with a focused Inconsistent, There has been a and highly declining or consistent sense charged work sporadic progress of purpose and a ethic. and energy. Weak good work ethic work ethic. has been clearly demonstrated. Total Unit Details Prerequisite Skills  Open mind  Knowledge in measurement  Drawing skill/ love of drawing (optional) Instructional Procedures Day 1  The teacher will introduce the topic using a powerpoint presentation, starting on the common drafting tools, instruments and equipment.  Familiarization of the common drafting tools, instruments and equipment. Day 2  The teacher will discuss on the proper care of drafting tools.  The class will be grouped into 4 for the different presentation of the proper care of drafting tools.  Preparation of the groups’ presentation. Day 3  Group presentation Day 4  The teacher will discuss on the guidelines for lettering.  Quiz Day 5  The teacher will discuss on the evolution of lettering styles.© 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 4 of 6
  5. 5. Intel® Teach ProgramEssentials Course  The students will be asked to research for a historical background of the evolution of lettering styles. Day 6  Submission of the research assignment.  Discussing of the research assignment. Day 7  The teacher will discuss on the alphabet of lines.  Quiz Day 8  The teacher will discuss on the types of mensuration.  Drawing Activity: The students will imitate a drawn object and its correct measurement using a ruler. Day 9  The teacher will discuss about orthographic and isometric drawings  The students will be asked to come up a simple 3d drawing in an orthographic and isometric way.  The students will be paired and assigned to take photos of an object in an orthographic and isometric way. Day 10  Submission of the photos  Chapter test Accommodations for Differentiated Instruction Special Needs They will be given special role in presentations and special assignments. They Students may also be given time to enhance their skills in drafting. They will be free to express their learning in the language they are comfortable with, for as long as it is understandable by many. Nonnative They will be free to express their learning in their first language, but will Speakers encourage them to learn and speak English. Students who are inclined to drawing will be given a task in which they will Gifted/Talented research and report in the class about shades and shadows to make a drawn Students object more 3d. They will also present their sample drawing with shades and shadows. Materials and Resources Required For Unit Technology – Hardware (Click boxes of all equipment needed) Camera Laser Disk VCR  Computer(s)  Printer Video Camera  Digital Camera  Projection Video Conferencing Equip. DVD Player System Other  Internet Scanner Connection Television Technology – Software (Click boxes of all software needed.)© 2008 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 5 of 6
  6. 6. Intel® Teach ProgramEssentials Course Database/Spreadsheet  Image Web Page Development Desktop Publishing Processing  Word Processing E-mail Software  Internet Web Other Browser Encyclopedia on CD-ROM Multimedia Cezar, Ma. Celina F., et al. Technology and Livelihood Education. Printed Materials Proper Care of Drafting Tools. Manila: Innovative Educational Materials, Inc., 2003, pp. 148-158. Supplies Drafting tools http://www.ltsa.org/pdfrules/Drafting_Tools.pdf http://www.ehow.com/how_4923460_care-drafting-tools.html Internet Resources http://vector.tutsplus.com/tutorials/illustration/working-with-orthographic- projections-and-basic-isometrics/ Other ResourcesPrograms of the Intel® Education Initiative are funded by the Intel Foundation and Intel Corporation.Copyright © 2007, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel, the Intel logo, Intel Education Initiative, and Intel Teach Program aretrademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.© 2000-2007 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Page 6 of 6

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