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					Platt Technical High School
Course Syllabus 2008 - 2009 Instructor: R. Riccitelli Course Title: 10th Grade Architectural Technology

Expected Outcomes & Critical Understandings:
In Grade 10, students receive instruction and demonstrate skills in: introduction to design standards and presentation drawings; sketching; basics in computer aided drafting (CAD); residential construction materials, methods, and systems; basic residential structure design; residential working drawings ( foundation plan, floor plan, roof plan, sections, elevations, site plan); floor systems; and roof/ceiling framing and graphic standards; stair and fireplace design. Students continue to receive instruction on safety requirements and demonstrate sound safety practices. Trade-related mathematics, history, reading-writing-vocabulary, and science are integrated throughout the course.

First Marking Period
10.1      10.4       Shop Safety 10.1.1 - Demonstrate proper procedures when a school wide emergency or drill is held. 10.1.2 - Demonstrate compliance with shop safety policy. Introduction design standards 10.3.1 - Understand and apply basic design standards to sleeping areas: Room Size, Furniture Arrangement, Closets, Bathrooms, Fenestration arrangement, Room types 10.3.2 - Understand and apply basic design standards to service areas: Room size, Furniture Arrangement, Appliances, Cabinetry, Fenestration arrangement, Room types 10.3.3 - Understand and apply basic design standards to living areas: Room size, Furniture Arrangement, Appliances, Cabinetry, Fenestration arrangement, Room types Introduction to presentation drawings 10.4.1 - Understand the purpose and use of a presentation drawing 10.4.2 - Identify types of presentation drawings: Rendering, Elevations, Floor plans 10.4.4 - Identify common types of presentation drawing media: Pencil, Ink 10.4.6 - Incorporate entourage in a presentation drawing Introduction to CADD 10.5.1 - Create & use: Layers, Blocks 10.5.2 - Using Advanced drawing commands: Copy, Stretch, Mirror, Move, Array, Hatch, Design Center, Tool Palette, Property palette, Dimensioning, Paper space

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10.5

Second Marking Period
10.6         Residential construction materials, methods, and systems 10.6.1 - Identify common foundation systems, their use, and their advantages and disadvantages: Slab on grade, T-foundation (Crawl space & Full basement), Pilings & piers 10.6.2 - Identify the various foundation parts and their function: Footings, Footing drains, Foundation walls, Steel reinforcing, Damp proofing, Anchor bolts, Slabs, Vapor barrier, Lolly columns, Column footings, Girders/beams, Beam pockets, Access way (Basement Entry Systems), Basement windows 10.6.3 - Identify common framing systems: Post & Beam, Balloon, Platform 10.6.4 - Identify the various floor framing components and their function: Sill sealer, Sill plates, Headers, Ledger, Rim Joists, Floor Joists, Sub-flooring, Blocking & Bridging 10.6.5 - Identify the various wall framing components and their function: Sole plates, Studs, Blocking, Top Plates, Bearing/Cap plates, Sheathing 10.6.6 - Identify the various roof framing components and their function: Rafters, Ridge board, Collar ties, Sheathing 10.6.7 - Identify common types of engineered lumber, their characteristic, use, and advantages and disadvantages: Trusses, I Joists, Laminated Veneer Lumber 10.6.8 - Identify common building materials, their properties, and their applications: Wood, Masonry and Concrete, Thermal and Moisture protection, Door and window, Finishes

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Stair Design  10.7.1 - Identify various stair layouts: Straight run, L-shaped, U-shaped, Winder, Curved  10.7.2 - Define stair terminology: Rise, Run, Stringer, Tread, Riser, Nosing, Baluster, Newel Post, Headroom, Closed riser, Open riser, Landing, Handrail, Guard rail, Total Rise, Total Run  10.7.3 - Stair design: Layout, Calculations, Codes 10.8 Fireplace Design  10.8.1 - Identify type of fireplaces: Single faced, Two faced opposite, Two faced adjacent, Three sided, Prefabricated  10.8.2 - Identify and define fireplace terminology: Firebox, Hearth, Fire Brick, Flue, Smoke Chamber, Smoke Shelf, Fireplace opening, Ash Pit, Ash Dump, Chimney, Chimney Cap, Cleanout, Surround, Mantel  10.8.3 - Design a fireplace: Layout, Material selection, Aesthetics, Efficiency, Codes 10.9 Residential working sections / details  10.9.1 - Identify the purpose and location of various sections: Building Section, Wall Section, Details  10.9.2 - Identify the various components that make up a section: Foundations, Flooring, Walls, Roofs, Dimensions, Labels  10.9.3 - Apply standard architectural conventions used when developing a Section Drawing: architectural symbols, line types, labeling, dimensions

Third Marking Period
10.10 Develop residential working floor plans  10.10.1 - Identify a floor plan and it’s purpose  10.10.2 - Identify the various components that make up a floor plan: Walls, Doors, Windows, Fireplaces, Stairs, Cabinetry, Fixtures, Appliances, Dimensions, Labels, Notes, Door and window reference callout, Schedules, Framing, Section and detail reference callout, Material indication  10.10.3 - Apply standard architectural conventions used when developing a Floor Plan Drawing: architectural symbols, line types, labeling, dimensions 10.11 Develop residential working roof plans  10.11.1 - Identify roof types.  10.11.2 - Identify a working roof plan and it’s purpose  10.11.3 - Identify the various components that make up a working roof plan: Outline of perimeter walls, Outline of additional structural supports, Overhangs, Hips and valleys, Ridges, Chimney, Crickets, Skylights, Pitch, Ventilation, Notes and Labels, Dimensioning, Drainage  10.11.4 - Apply standard architectural conventions used when developing a working roof plan drawing: architectural symbols, line types, labeling, dimensions 10.12 Develop residential working exterior elevations  10.12.1 - Identify a working elevation and it’s purpose  10.12.2 - Identify the various components that make up a working elevation: Grade, Foundation, Siding, Roofing, Windows, Doors, Chimney, Trim, Labels, Material Indications, Dimensions  10.12.3 - Apply standard architectural conventions used when developing a working elevation Drawing: architectural symbols, line types, labeling  10.12.4 - Develop a elevation using the following procedure: Vertical control 10.13 Develop site plan  10.13.1 - Identify a working site plan and it’s purpose  10.13.2 - Identify the various components that make up a working site plan: Property lines, Setbacks, Contour lines, Vegetation, Azimuth, Building Footprint / Roof Line, Driveways, Walkways, Utilities, Site features, Labels, Material Indications, Dimensions  10.13.3 - Apply standard architectural conventions used when developing a working site plan drawing: architectural symbols, line types, labeling 10.14 Develop residential working foundation plan  10.14.1 - Identify a working foundation plan and it’s purpose  10.14.2 - Identify the various components that make up a working foundation plan: Walls and footings, Doors and windows openings, Fireplaces foundation, Stairs, Utilities, Framing, Lolly columns and footings, Labels, Dimensioning, Access way, Labels, Notes, Door and window reference callout, Schedules, Section and detail reference callout, Material indication  10.14.3 - Apply standard architectural conventions used when developing a working foundation plan drawing: architectural symbols, line types, labeling, dimensions


				
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