Industrial Design Drafting 1

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    • Prerequisite Course(s): None
    • High School Credit = 1/2 credit per semester (Postsecondary credit = 0)
    • This course will be offered: every year
    • Pathway (Optional): Engineering and Technology
    • Career Cluster Area: Industrial Engineering
    • Source of Occupational Skills Standards: American Design Drafting Association (ADDA)
    • Eligibility for Nationally Recognized Skill Certificate(s)/State License? No
    • Tech Prep: No
    • Is this course brokered through another institution or agency? No
    • Course Description: This course covers the principles of engineering design and computer-assisted drawing. It is recommended for students wishing to continue with the technology courses as well as for students going on to college.
    • Content Headings/Topics
      1. Introduction to basic drafting tools and techniques
      2. Measurement and scales
      3. Line usage
      4. Views and planes
      5. Dimension techniques
      6. Pictorial view
      7. Careers in drafting and design
    Performance Standards (Learner Outcomes)Specific Occupational Skills StandardsAlaska Reading, Writing, Math, Science Performance StandardsAlaska Content StandardsAlaska Employability StandardsAlaska Cultural StandardsAll Aspects of IndustryAssessments
    1. Utilize basic drafting and design tools such as compasses, mechanical lead holders, and drafting machines.A2PlanningLab Assignments
    2. Measure and draw within a standard tolerance.CADD 1.4.07M.A.l
    Math ETechnicalLab Assignments
    3. Understand and draw items to an appropriate scale.M.A.l
    Math ETechnicalLab Assignments
    4. Given a print or drawing, determine the length of the object.CADD 1.1.2M.A.2Math ETechnicalLab Assignments
    5. Use lines and line weights that meet drafting standards.CADD 1.1.4M.A.1 & 2Math ETechnicalLab Assignments
    6. Draw lines according to the alphabet of lines.CADD 1.1.4E.C.2TechnicalLab Assignments
    7. Given a print, determine the shape of an object based on the line types.M.A.5TechnicalLab Assignments
    8. Given an object, determine the appropriate lines and views they create.Math C2TechnicalLab Assignments
    9. Use orthographic projection to develop views and object placement.CADD 1.2.1M.A.5Math C2TechnicalLab Assignments
    10. Understand the spatial relation between views and objects.CADD 1.2.1M.C.1Math ETechnicalLab Assignments
    11. Use appropriate dimension techniques.CADD
    M.C.1E.A.6TechnicalLab Assignments
    12. Determine and utilize appropriate symbols and letter techniques.CADD 1.1.3M.C.1E.A.6TechnicalLab Assignments
    13. Identify various pictorial-drawing methods.CADD 1.3.1M.C.1TechnicalLab Assignments
    14. Assess the drawing and select the most appropriate pictorial for the situation.CADD 1.3.1E.C.2TechnicalLab Assignments
    15. Utilize pictorial drawing techniques.CADD 1.3.1TechnicalLab Assignments
    16. Identify careers related to design and drafting.CADD ES.8.1M.E.1B2A2 & 6 B4Personal Work HabitsLab Assignments
    17. Develop a career path plan with a safety net that leads to a career in the drafting and/or design profession.M.E.1B4C4Personal Work HabitsLab Assignments

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