Industrial Design Drafting 2

  • Prerequisite Course(s): Industrial Design Drafting 1
  • 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: A continuation of Industrial Design Drafting 1, 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. Identify and practice drafting safety standards.Skills USA – Technical Standards Book p. 117, 127, 269 Drafting
AutoCAD Certification
ADDA Certification
HL1, 2,3
A6 A7C3Health / Safety
Work Habits
Lab Assignments
Pre / Post Test
2. Apply a variety of math strategies and skills to solve design problems.MA1.4.1, ME1.4.2
MA2.4.1 – MA2.4.4
MA3.4.1 – MA3.4.6
MA5.4.1 – MA5.4.3
MB1.4.1 –MB1.4.3
MC1.4.1 – MC1.4.3
MD1.4.1, R4.6, SB.1
MA1-6 MB1-8, MC1-2 MD1-5 ME1-3, GOVG6A2 A4Technical Skills Planning Management FinanceLab Assignments Pre / Post Test
3. Develop and model employability skills.Skills USA – Technical Standards Book p. 107 Total Quality ManagementME1.4.1
W4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5,4.6
SC5, R4.4, 6
A 1-7 B 1-5Work Habits Labor Technical SkillsLab Assignments
4. Demonstrate and develop effective communication skills.MC1.4.1 – MC1.4.3
W4.1, 4.2, 4,3 4.5 4.6
R4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 4.5, 4.6
R4.9, 4.10, 4.11
LAA1-8, LAB1-3 LAC1-5, LA
D1-4HLC1-6, AB6 TB1-3, TA1-5, TD1-3, TE1-8
A2A3 E6 E7 LA E4Technical Skills Work Habits Community PlanningOral Presentations
5. Recognize and demonstrate technical knowledge of drafting media and building materials (e.g., wood building materials, fasteners, and adhesives).MA1.4.1 – MA1.4.7
MA2.4.1 – MA2.4.4
MA3.4.1, MA4.4.2
R4.4, R4.5, R4.11
SA.2, S A.4, SC.6, S.A.1,2
SA15, GOVG3, TE1A6Technical Skill Health & SafetyLab Assignments Pre / Post Test
6. Demonstrate proper use and maintenance of drafting tools and equipment.MA2.4.1 – MA2.4.4
R.4.4, R4.6
TA1-5A6Technical Skills Health & Safety Labor TechnologyLab Assignments Pre / Post Test
7. Demonstrate industry standard practices for various drafting and building construction processes (e.g., floor systems, wall and ceiling framing, roof framing, and windows / doors).MA1.4.1 – MA1.4.7
MA2.4.1 – MA2.4.4
MA3.4.1, MA4.4.2
MA5.4.6, MA5.4.7
R4.4, R4.5 a, R4.5 b
R4.6, R4.9, R4.11
SA.4 SB.2, 3, SC.6
SA2, 4,5, SA7 SA15, SB2, GA1, GC1-3, GE1-6, GF2, TC1-3A6A2 D5All Aspects of IndustryLab Assignments Pre / Post Test
8. Demonstrate knowledge of building codes and regulations related to the building industry.MA1.4.1, MA2.4.1, MA2.4.3, MC1.4.3
R4.4 R4.5, 6, R4.9
SA.14c, SA.15 SB.5
SA4, 5, SA7, SA15, GE1-6, GF3, 4, GOVA1, 4, TE4, HLD2,3A7Planning Management Community Technical Skills Health / SafetyLab Assignments Pre / Post Test
9. Explore and analyze architectural and engineering career opportunities.ME1.4.1, ME1.4.2
R4.4, R4.5, R4.6, R4.11
GB6, GOVF6, 7, TE5A5 A7 B1-5Planning Work Habits Technology Technical Skills Labor Health / SafetyLab Assignments Pre / Post Test

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