Wood Shop 9
Within the philosophy of Career and Technology Studies, students in Woodshop will:
Demonstrate a working knowledge of materials, tools and process that are used to
create buildings and other related wood products that meet the needs and wants of
Apply effective and responsible decision making skills in the design and
construction of durable goods
Develop positive attitudes toward individual and team work responsibilities,
quality production and service.
Develop an appreciation for health, safety and environmental issues related to
construction and manufacturing
Assess personal interests and abilities related to making realistic career choices
Marks will be awarded in the following manner:
Projects 65% (Planning, Drafting, Constructing, Finished product)
Quizzes 15% (Shop Safety, Tools, Drafting)
Participation 20% (Set up, attitude, behavior and clean up)
The tentative scope for this course goes as follows:
- Drafting - Safety
- Tool Awareness - Projects
This is a quarter term but possible projects this semester may entail:
Folding bench (advanced students)
Segmented or stave turning projects
Please note, Because of the possible hazards of working in a shop with sharp tools.
Students exhibiting unruly behavior or actions that jeopardize the safety of any student
including themselves will be dealt with severely.
*Note: This information will be subject to change as the year progresses, students will be
notified of any changes.