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Industrial Arts Technical Drawing Schemes of work based on the CXC syllabi [1997 and 2000] including options 2 & 3 Years 4 & 5 `Notes and information regarding Technical Drawing Options 2 and 3 in Years 4 and 5 The following two options are studied in years 4 and 5. The option modules to be covered will be indicated in the appropriate term, the scheme themselves are in a separate section following the Technical Drawing schemes. Teachers may find that completing the Technical Drawing in form 4 and then devoting the whole of form 5 to option 2 or 3 to be a more effective way of teaching. To use the schemes in this way complete all the TD topics up page 19, and then begin the option 2 or 3 in form 5. The option is there for teachers to either integrate the Building and Engineering sections into the technical drawing, or treat it as a separate unit. Both options reinforce skills already learnt. Please note that option 2 and 3 are worth 33% of the examination, at least three terms need to be spent on these areas to ensure adequate understanding and skill levels. While as many areas as possible need to be covered within the syllabus the confidence and ability to interpret and extrapolate from previous knowledge is the real key to success. NB. The TD topics in form 4 term 3 are particularly difficult concepts; much more time may be needed to complete these successfully. Any time that may be freed up by increased work in earlier terms could be used advantageously to give more time to the term 3 topics. Unit 2: Building Drawing modules 1-10 Unit 3: Engineering Drawing modules 1-8 I: Building Codes and Materials. Page 20 I: Preparation of the Drawing Sheet. Page 31 II: Site Work. Page 21 II: Orthographic Projection [First and Third Angle Projection]. Page 32 III: Foundations. Page 22 III: Engineering Conventions. Page 33 IV: Floor Plans and Elevations. Page 23 IV: Sections [engineering parts etc]. Page 34 V: Floors. Page 24 V: Engineering Fasteners. Page 35 VI: Internal and External Walls and Page 25 VI: Assembly Drawings. Page 36 Finishing, Page 26 VII: Sketching and 3D model making. Page 37 VII: Roofs. Page 27 VIII. Simple electrical circuits and Symbols Page 38 VIII: Doors and Windows. Page 28 IX: Stairways and Stairs. Page 29 X: Sections. Page 30 2 This scheme produced by Jenny Bourne [HOD Industrial Arts at CWSS linden] and Steve Cooke VSO/GEAP Teacher Trainer. The final layout and editing was by Steve Cooke. Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 3 1 Equivalent Students will be Students will identify and be Demonstration Technical Students will areas of able to construct able to use correctly the of the drawing for CXC demonstrate the plane figures a rectangle equal appropriate calculation and construction Pages 61-67 ability to in area to a given construction methods to methods by the recognise, square, triangle create polygons of equal teacher, TD board identify and apply or parallelogram areas. Students will be able discussion with T square the equivalent to perform the following the students as to H / HB series area construction calculations and apply them possible pencils methods, in a neat accurately: solutions. Eraser and accurate Area of a triangle = Practice by the Set squares [45º manner. ½ height x base students of the & 60º] Area of a rectangle = methods of Protractor height x base. equivalent area TD compass set. Parallelograms and construction. rectangles, which share the same base and height, are of equal area. If a parallelogram and triangle have the same base and height, the parallelogram will have an area twice that of the triangle. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 1 4 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 2 Equivalent Students will be Students will identify and be Demonstration Technical Students will areas of able to construct able to use correctly the of the drawing for CXC demonstrate the plane figures a plane figure appropriate calculation and construction Pages 61-67 ability to equal in area to construction methods to methods by the recognise, another given create polygons of equal teacher, Standard identify and apply plane figure. areas. Students will be able discussion with technical the equivalent Students will be to perform the following the students as to drawing area construction aware of the calculations and apply them possible instruments and methods, in a neat mathematical accurately: solutions. boards. and accurate links between the Area of a trapezium = Practice by the manner. different types of ½ the sum of the parallel students of the plane figures. sides x height. methods of Triangles formed from the equivalent area same or equal bases and construction. between the same parallels, are equal in area. Students will value and appreciate the techniques for the creation of equivalent areas of plane figures, and recognise at a basic level the properties of geometry involved. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 1 5 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 3 Conic Students will be Students will identify and be Demonstration Technical Students will sections: The able to construct able to use the appropriate of the drawing for CXC demonstrate the Ellipse. an ellipse using calculation and construction construction Pages 71-73 ability to both the rectangle methods to create ellipses methods by the recognise, and concentric using the rectangle and teacher, Standard identify and apply circle methods. concentric circle methods. discussion with technical the rectangle and Students will be aware that the students as to drawing concentric circle a conic section will produce possible instruments and methods of an elliptical curve. Students solutions. boards. elliptical will recognise and value the Practice by the construction in a need for neatness and students of the neat and accurate accuracy in technical methods manner. drawing construction elliptical methods. Students will value construction. and appreciate the techniques for the creation of an ellipse, and recognise at a basic level the properties of geometry involved. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 1 6 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 4 Conic Students will be Students will identify and be Demonstration Technical Students will sections: The able to construct able to use correctly the of the drawing for CXC demonstrate the Ellipse. an ellipse using appropriate calculation and construction Pages 71-73 ability to the foci method. construction methods to methods by the recognise, Construct a produce centers equal in teacher, Technical identify and apply tangent to the length to the major and discussion with Drawing Book 2 the foci method ellipse minor axes. Students will the students as to Page 24 in the value and appreciate the possible construction of techniques for the creation solutions. Standard ellipses in a neat of an eclipse, and recognise Practice by the technical and accurate at a basic level the students of the drawing manner. properties of geometry methods of instruments and Students will be involved. ellipse and boards. able to construct tangent a tangent to the construction. constructed ellipse. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 1 7 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 5 Parabola Students will be Students will identify and be Demonstration Technical Students will able to construct able to use correctly the of the drawing for CXC demonstrate the a parabola given appropriate calculation and construction Pages 77-78 ability to its ordinate and construction methods to methods by the recognise, axes, focus and construct a parabola and a teacher, Technical identify and apply direction. tangent. Students will value discussion with Drawing Book 2 the correct Students will be and appreciate the the students as to Page 25 calculation and able to calculate techniques for the creation possible construction the focus and of parabola, and recognise at solutions. Standard methods to directrix of the a basic level the properties Practice by the technical construct a parabola. of geometry involved. students of the drawing parabola and a Students will be methods of instruments and tangent in a neat able to construct construction of a boards. and accurate a tangent to the parabola and a manner. parabola. tangent. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 1 8 Weeks Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 6-7 Hyperbola Students will be Students will identify and Demonstration Technical Students will able to construct an be able to use correctly the of the drawing for CXC demonstrate the hyperbola given appropriate calculation and construction Pages 79 ability to either the ordinate, construction methods to method by the recognise, vertex and its construct a hyperbola, given teacher. Technical identify and transverse axis or the appropriate details. Discussion with Drawing Book 2 apply the the foci A Hyperbola is a moving the students as to Page 24 methods of [F 1, F2] and the point whose distance from possible hyperbola transverse its focus and directrix is solutions. Standard construction in a [V1, V2]. defined by a fixed ratio. Practice by the technical neat and accurate Students will value and students of the drawing manner. appreciate the techniques methods of instruments and for the creation of construction of a boards. hyperbola, and recognise at hyperbola. a basic level the properties of geometry involved. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 1 9 Option 2 [Building Drawing] - areas to be covered: Year 4 Term 2 Module I Topic: Building Codes and Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Materials In construction drawing. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Module II Topic: Site Work Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Module III Topic: Foundations Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Option 2 [Engineering Drawing] - areas to be covered: Year 4 Term 2 Module I Topic: Preparation of the Drawing Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Sheet Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Module II Topic: Orthographic Projection Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 10 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 1 Reduction Of Students will be Students will recognise the The teacher will Technical Oral checking of Plane able to use value of the technique of demonstrate the Drawing for student Figures. scaling scaling, be able to use it in correct method. CXC comprehension, techniques to successfully in appropriate Students will be Pages 61-67 and practical Scaling resize polygons situations. Students will able to reproduce exercises to Polygons. of given size. recognise the value and this technique on Technical confirm Students will application of the technique polygons of Drawing with understanding of apply drawing of scaling in technical given sizes. Design the technique. instruments to drawing. Page 50. resize polygons in the Standard demonstrated technical manner. drawing instruments and boards. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 3 11 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 2 Enlargement Students will be Students will recognise the The teacher will Technical Oral checking of Of Plane able to use value of the technique of demonstrate the Drawing for student Figures. enlarging enlarging, and, be able to correct method. CXC comprehension, techniques to use it in successfully in Students will be Pages 61-67 and practical resize plane appropriate situations able to exercises to figures of a given Students will recognise the reproduce this Technical confirm size Students will value and application of the technique on Drawing with understanding of apply drawing technique of enlarging in polygons of Design page 50 the technique. instruments to the field of technical given sizes resize plane drawing. Standard figures in the technical demonstrated drawing manner. instruments and boards. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 3 12 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 3 Locus and Students will be Students will be able to plot The teacher will Technical Oral checking of Loci able to identify, the loci of a simple crank demonstrate the Drawing with student recognise and mechanism. Students will correct method Design comprehension, Movement define the also be able to identify and of construction. Page and practical Of Simple concept of a recognise that any line Students will be exercises to Crank locus or loci. straight or curved can be able to Standard confirm Mechanism Students will be understood as the path of a reproduce this technical understanding of able to plot the point moving under pre- technique to plot drawing the technique. loci of a simple determined conditions. As it the loci / locus instruments and crank mechanism moves it forms a path, this of a simple crank boards. to map its locus. path is termed the locus. mechanism. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 3 13 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 4 Involutes Students will be Students will be able to The teacher will Technical Oral checking of able to recognise, recognise, identify and demonstrate the Drawing for student identify and define the concept of an correct method CXC comprehension, define the involute. of construction. Page and practical concept of an An involute is best Students will be exercises to involute. understood by visualizing a able to Standard confirm Students will be thread unwinding from a reproduce this technical understanding of able to construct spool; if the thread is kept technique to plot drawing the technique. an involute given taut, the path traced by the the involute of a instruments and the appropriate end of the thread forms an given point. boards. information. involute. Students will be able to construct a tangent to the involute. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 3 14 Week Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives Methods and Activities Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic - Specific and Resources Behavioural 5 Cycloid Students will be Students will be able The teacher will use Technical Oral checking of able to recognise, to recognise, identify simple teaching aids to Drawing for student identify and and define the concept demonstrate the concept CXC comprehension, define the of a cycloid as: the of a cycloid. Page and practical concept of a path formed by Recommended methods: exercises to cycloid. appoint on the any roll able object i.e. a Standard confirm circumference of a tin lid or a jar with a loci technical understanding of Students will be circle as it rolls with point clearly marked on drawing the technique. able to construct out slipping along a its circumference. Other instruments a cycloid given straight line or path. options could include a and boards. the appropriate ‘flick’ book so that the information. plotting of the cycloid can clearly be seen. these Students will be methods should also be able to construct used to demonstrate both a tangent to the hypocycloid and cycloid. epicycloids. The teacher will demonstrate the correct method of construction. Students will be able to reproduce this technique to plot the involute of a given point. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 3 15 Weeks Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic - Specific and Activities Resources Behavioural 6-7 Epicycloid Students will be Students will be able The teacher will Technical Oral checking of and Hyper able to recognise, to recognise, identify demonstrate the correct Drawing with student cycloid identify and and define the method of construction Design comprehension, define the concept of an epi- or of an Epicycloid or and practical concept of an hyper –cycloid. Hyper cycloid. Standard exercises to Epicycloid or Teachers may find that technical confirm Hyper cycloid Epicycloid: is the marking a point on the drawing understanding of locus point on a perimeter edge of a jar instruments and the technique. Students will be circle as it revolves lid, and rotating it boards. able to construct along the outside of across the surface of a an epi-cycloid or an arc of another sheet of paper against a hyper-cycloid circle. curved edge or surface given the edge will prove appropriate Hypocycloid: the effective as a teaching information. locus point on a aid; see the cycloid circle as it revolves scheme for other along the inside of an possibilities. arc of another circle. Students will be able to reproduce this technique to plot the locus of a point, which forms either an Epicycloid or Hyper cycloid. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 3 16 Weeks Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 8 Archimedean Students will be Students will be able to The teacher will Technical Oral checking of Spiral able to recognise, recognise, identify and demonstrate the Drawing with student identify and define the concept of an correct method Design comprehension, define the Archimedean spiral. of construction and practical concept of an An Archimedean spiral is of an Standard exercises to Archimedean defined as the locus of point Archimedean technical confirm spiral. that moves at a constant spiral. drawing understanding of linear velocity away from a Students will be instruments and the technique. Students will be fixed point; while also able to boards. able to construct turning with a constant reproduce this an Archimedean angular velocity. technique to plot spiral given the the locus of an appropriate Archimedean information. spiral. Students will be able to construct a tangent to the Archimedean spiral. Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 3 17 Option 2 [Building Drawing] - areas to be covered: Year 5 Term 1 parts Module IV Topic: Floor plans and Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 1&2 elevations Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 ModuleV Topic: Floors Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 ModuleVI Topic: Internal and Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 external walls and finishes Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 ModuleVII Topic: Roofs Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 Option 3 [Engineering Drawing] - areas to be covered: Year 5 Term 1 Module III Topic: Engineering Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Conventions Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 Module IV Topic: Sections: Sectional Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Drawings Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 ModuleV Topic: Engineering Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Fasteners Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 18 Weeks Topic and Sub- Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 1-2 Interpenetration Students will be Students will be able to The teacher will Technical Oral checking of able to define recognise and identity and demonstrate the Drawing with student interpenetration understand at an correct method Design comprehension, and predict the appropriate level, the of determining and practical curve and shape concept of the curve and Standard exercises to of interpenetration. shapes of the technical confirm interpenetration. interpenetration drawing understanding of Students should Sketch the curve of of plane figures. instruments and the technique of also be able to interpenetration. Students will be boards. drawing combine two Interpenetration is the able to interpenetrations. solids and drawing of one figure into reproduce this produce a curve another. technique to plot of the curves, interpenetration. shapes and planes of the interpenetration of solid figures. 19 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 2 Weeks Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 3-4 True Length Students will able Students will be able to The teacher will Standard Oral checking of Of Lines to recognise and employ the correct methods demonstrate the technical student identify the need of calculation and correct method drawing comprehension, to determine the construction to accurately of determining instruments and and practical true length of project the true lengths of the true length of boards. exercises to lines in auxiliary lines in auxiliary lines in auxiliary confirm projections. projections. projections. understanding of Students will be Students will be able to Students will be the technique of able to employ apply these techniques able to determining the the correct accurately in the appropriate reproduce this true length of methods of conditions to calculate the technique to lines. calculation and true length of lines in accurately and in construction to auxiliary projections. the appropriate accurately project conditions the true lengths calculate the true of lines in length of lines in auxiliary auxiliary projections. projections. 20 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 2 Weeks Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources 5-7 Surface Students will able Students will be able to The teacher will Standard Oral checking of Development to recognise and employ the correct methods demonstrate the technical student identify the need of calculation and correct method drawing comprehension, True Shape to determine the construction to accurately of determining instruments and and practical Of true shape of determine the true shape of the true shape of boards. exercises to Truncated truncated solids truncated solids in auxiliary truncated solids confirm Solids in auxiliary projection. in auxiliary understanding of projections. Students will be able to projections. the technique of Students will be apply these techniques Students will be surface able to employ accurately in the appropriate able to development. the correct conditions to calculate the reproduce this methods of true shape of truncated technique to calculation and solids auxiliary projections. accurately and in construction to the appropriate accurately conditions determine the calculate the true true shape of length of lines in truncated solids auxiliary in auxiliary projections. projection. 21 Technical Drawing Year 5 term 2 Option 2 [Building Drawing] - areas to be covered: Year 5 term 3 ModuleVIII Topic: Doors And Windows Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Module IX Topic: Stairs And Stairways Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Module X Topic: Sectional Drawings Of Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Buildings Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Option 3 [mechanical Engineering Drawing] - areas to be covered: Year 5 Term 3 ModuleVI Topic: Assembly Drawings Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 ModuleVII Topic: The Sketching and Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 making of 3D models Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 ModuleVIII * Topic: Simple Electrical Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Circuits and Symbols Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 *Please note that although this module is in the May 1997 CXC Syllabus, it is not in the provisional Industrial Arts CXC Syllabus for the year 2000. 22 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation I Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Building Codes and Students should Working drawings use Discussion and Building Oral and written Materials be able to symbols to show the examples of Construction work to In construction identify and different materials specified appropriate Principles and recognize and drawing. apply symbols to in the construction of a conventions Practices pages evaluate the building building. and symbols 14-16. importance of the drawings. used in the construction Identifying These symbols are drawing of Past CXC symbols. symbols. common to almost all house plans. Building and Selecting correct construction drawings Appropriate Construction Students to make symbols on enabling members of conventions drawing papers sketches for their working construction teams even in and symbols for to be examined record and drawings for different countries to the drawing of by students. evaluation sheets earth, hardcore interpret drawings correctly house plans. School Based to increase and brickwork Assessment awareness of the etc. Recognition and projects symbols in understanding of concerning the common use. the most drawing of house commonly used plans and the use symbols. of symbols. Text: the Motivation series Building Construction Principles 23 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation II Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Site Work Students will be Students will recognise the Discussion and Practical Oral and written able to recognise, importance and value of examples of examples from work to recognise identify and thorough site investigation. appropriate past papers and and identify the prepare working Students will recognise and conventions examinations. A style and method plans of building identify the common and symbols real example of of site plans. sites. methods of site clearance, used in the site plans if Students to begin their particular applications drawing of available, these drafting simple benefits and drawbacks; house plans would be of great site plans demolishing, salvaging, Practical benefit. following and cutting, burning, earth exercises by the applying the moving and disposing. students to gain Text: the standard symbols Students will recognise skills in the Motivation series and conventions factors important to site drafting of site Building in an accurate layout: slope, layout of plans. Construction and professional land, sewage disposal, Principles manner. water drainage, water level, fencing, locating boundaries, building regulations for site 24 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives Methods and Activities Materials and Evaluation III Sub- - Specific and Resources Topic Behavioural Foundations Students will be Students will Discussion and Practical Oral and written able to make a free recognise and be able examples of appropriate examples from work to hand sketch of a to identify the conventions and past papers and recognise and floor plan. standard conventions symbols used in the examinations. A identify the style Design and layout a and orientation drawing of house plans real example of and method of simple floor plan applying to the Practical exercises by site plans if site plans. from given positioning of rooms; the students to gain available, these Students to begin specifications. walls, windows, skills in the drafting of would be of great drafting simple Draw floor plan to doors and stairs, site plans. benefit. site plans given scales. arches, bathroom and following and Draw basic kitchen symbols. Text: the applying the elevations of Students will gain Motivation series standard symbols buildings skills in line work, Building and conventions dimensioning, Construction in an accurate annotation and Principles and professional measuring to scale. manner. Other areas to be covered; projections, orientation, ground lines, doors and windows in elevation, roof height and pitch, fascia and eave rendering. 25 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation IV and Sub- Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Topic Floor plans and Students will be The plan of a dwelling house Discussion and Past CXC Oral and written elevations able to recognise or building can be drawn examples of Building work to and identify the from looking at the front and appropriate Drawing papers recognise, plan of a building. sides of a building and by conventions and school based identify and Use appropriate internal and external and symbols used assessment evaluate the symbols in measurement. in the drawing of projects on the importance of drawing house Identifying house plans and house plans drawing of house plans. plans. building construction Various scales house plans. Students will Make a free hand symbols. Using scales and used in drawing Examples of make simple sketch of a floor necessary conversions. house plans. building sketches for their plan. Students will be aware of the Students will drawings to research book Design and layout orientation and relationship examine end and show the and evaluation a simple floor plan between rooms, the front elevations of conventions, sheets, which from given positioning of walls, a building or symbols and will follow and specifications. windows, doors, stairs, building drawings degree of apply the correct Draw floor plans arches, bathroom and kitchen and be able to professionalism symbols and to given scales. symbols, line work and, produce their own required and conventions. Draw elevations dimensioning. Students will drawings, which expected in the Students will be using appropriate be aware of and capable of will follow the construction able to design symbols in producing projections and accepted industry. and layout drawing house orientation, ground line, conventions. Text: the simple floor plans. floor line, doors and The uses of end- Motivation plans following windows in elevation, fascia elevations and series Building the appropriate eave rendering. front elevations in Construction conventions. house plans. Principles. 26 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation IV # 2 Sub-Topic Specific and Activities Resources Behavioural Floor plans and Students will be able The plan of a dwelling Discussion and Past CXC Oral and written elevations to recognise and house or building can examples of Building work to identify the plan of a be drawn from looking appropriate Drawing papers recognise, building. at the front and side of conventions and school based identify and Use appropriate the building and by and symbols used in assessment evaluate the symbols in drawing internal and external the drawing of house projects on the importance of house plans. measurement. plans drawing of house plans. Draw basic plans for Identifying house Various scales used house plans. buildings. plans. in drawing house Examples of Students to make Use scales in Identifying building plans. building sketches for their drawing house construction symbols. Students will drawings to record and plans. Using scales and examine end and show the evaluation necessary conversions. front elevations of a conventions, sheets, which building or building symbols and will follow and drawings and be able degree of apply the correct to produce their own professionalism symbols and drawings, which will required and conventions. follow the accepted expected in the conventions. construction The uses of end- industry. elevations and front Text: the elevations in house Motivation plans. series Building Construction Principles. 27 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation V Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Floors Students will be Students will be aware of Discussion and Past CXC Oral and written able to prepare the conventions applying examples of Building work to drawings showing to the drawing of house appropriate Drawing papers recognise, various types of plans. Identifying building conventions and school based identify and floor and floor construction symbols and symbols assessment evaluate the section. which show solid, hollow used in the projects on the importance of and suspended ground drawing of drawing of house house plans with floors and floor coverings, house plans plans. specific attention for example tiles and Various scales Examples of to flooring screed. used in drawing building details. house plans. drawings to Students will show the Students to make examine front conventions, sketches for their end and symbols and record and elevations of a degree of evaluation building or professionalism sheets, which building required and will follow and drawings and be expected in the apply the correct able to produce construction symbols and drawings, which industry. conventions. will follow the Text: the accepted Motivation series conventions Building showing Construction flooring details. Principles 28 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation VI Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Internal walls and Students will be Students will be aware of Discussion and Practical Oral and written external wall finishing able to recognise the conventions applying examples of examples from work to and prepare to the drawing of house appropriate past papers and recognise, drawings plans. Students will conventions examinations. A identify and showing details recognise and be able to and symbols real example of evaluate the of different types identify the standard used in the site plans if differences of wall. conventions and drawing of available, these between internal Differentiate orientation applying to the walls. would be of great and external, between internal positioning of walls of Students will benefit. load and non- and external, different types including: examine detail load bearing load and non- stone rubble walls, drawings of Text: the wall; and select load bearing concrete block, brick and different kinds Motivation series their correct walls. composite walls. Internal of walls Building application Students will be and external rendering, elevations of a Construction able to produce plastering and sectional building or Principles Students to make detailed details. building sketches for their drawings of The conventions for load drawings and be record and framed timber and non-load bearing able to produce evaluation partitions. walls, constructions in drawings, which sheets, which Produce working blocks and timber. will follow the will follow and drawings of wall Treatment of openings in accepted apply the correct details. walls. conventions and symbols and show flooring conventions. details. 29 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation VII Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Roofs Students will be Students will be aware of the Discussion and Past CXC Oral and written able to prepare conventions applying to the examples of Building work to drawings showing drawing of house plans with appropriate Drawing papers recognise, various types of particular attention to those conventions and school based identify and roof. conventions applying to roofs. and symbols assessment evaluate the Students will be Areas to be covered include; used in the projects on the importance of able to recognise ridge plate, common rafters, drawing of drawing of house plans with and identify the hip rafters, valley rafters, flat house plans house plans. specific attention differences roofs in timber and the Various scales Examples of to roofing between the most common coverings, gable used in drawing building details. commonly used ends, pitched roof house plans. drawings to Students to make roof structures construction with various Students will show the sketches for their Produce working coverings. The treatment of examine end conventions, record and drawings of roof gutters, parapets and vent and front symbols and evaluation anchorage pipes. elevations of a degree of sheets, which systems, truss Methods of anchorage, building or professionalism will follow and details, open and hurricane clips/straps and building required and apply the correct closed eaves. bolts. drawings and be expected in the symbols and Simple contemporary timber able to produce construction conventions. trusses. Eave details, drawings, which industry. dimensioning and will follow the Text: the annotations. accepted Motivation conventions and series Building show roofing Construction details. Principles. 30 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Specific Methods and Materials and Evaluation VIII Sub- and Behavioural Activities Resources Topic Doors And Students Students will be aware of the Discussion and Past CXC Oral and Windows. should be conventions applying to the examples of Building written work to able to drawing of house plans with appropriate Drawing papers recognise, recognise particular attention to those conventions and school based identify and and identify conventions applying to doors and and symbols used assessment evaluate the the different windows. Doors are movable in the drawing of projects on the importance of parts and barriers that separate internal and house plans Draw drawing of house house plans types of external spaces they are usually the structure of plans. with specific doors and attached to a frame on one side by doors and Examples of attention to windows. hinges. windows with building door and Define terms Windows provide natural light and fixtures. drawings to window used in ventilation to the interior of a Discuss methods show the details. association building while excluding rain and of fixing glass conventions, Students to with doors insects. into panels the symbols and make sketches and Students will be able to make fitting of locks degree of for their record windows. informed choices in the selection of and latches, professionalism and evaluation Select correct fixtures; reject or accept thresholds and required and sheets, which fixtures in materials for windows, doors and cells. Distinguish expected in the will follow and order to openings, parts of doors or between timber construction apply the place windows. Select appropriate doors and metal industry. correct windows and and windows and ironmongery for windows. Text: the symbols and doors into openings. Have an awareness of the Motivation series conventions. different standard sizes, and a basic Building openings. understanding of security issues in Construction home building. Principles. 31 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation IX Sub- Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Topic Stairs And Students will be able Students will be aware of Discussion and Past CXC Oral and written Stairways to recognise and the conventions applying examples of Building work to identify the most to the drawing of house appropriate Drawing papers recognise, commonly used plans with particular conventions and school based identify and stairways and attention to those and symbols assessment evaluate the staircases. Identify conventions applying to used in the projects on the importance of various types of stairs and stairways. drawing of drawing of house plans with stairways. Identify the correct mixture house plans. house plans. specific attention Label parts of the for concrete stairways and Students will Examples of to stairways stairway. staircases. Stairs are the visit actual building staircases details. Recognise and most commonly used building sites drawings to Students to make identify materials method to access upper and houses show the sketches for their used to make and lower floors. under conventions, record and stairways. Recognise the construction to symbols and evaluation Show layout and general principles of make degree of sheets, which method of assembly stairway design and the evaluations of professionalism will follow and of stairway. need for stairways to be the types of required and apply the correct Design label and safe and usable by all. stairways expected in the symbols and sketch concrete Recognise and identify the staircases used. construction conventions. stairway. differences between a Sketch the most industry. concrete and a timber common Text: the stairway. structures of Motivation staircases and series Building stairways. Construction Principles. 32 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Building Drawing Unit 2 modules 1-10 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation X Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Sectional Drawings Students will be able Students will be aware of Discussion and Past CXC Oral and written Of Buildings to recognise and the conventions applying examples of Building work to identify building to the drawing of house appropriate Drawing papers recognise, conventions in the plans with particular conventions and school based identify and drawing of sectional attention to those and symbols assessment evaluate the views. Students will conventions applying to used in the projects on the importance of be able to draw sectional drawings. drawing of drawing of house plans with sectional drawings Students will recognize sectional house sectional house specific attention of various types of that hatched lines are used plans. plans. sectional buildings. Identify to express sections, and Examples of drawing details. cutting plane lines. apply hatched lines in the building Students to make Hatch sectioned correct manner to their drawings to sketches for their building drawings. drawings. Uses and show the record and Recognise and application of cutting plane conventions, evaluation identify the concept lines symbols and sheets, which of orthographic Uses and application of degree of will follow and projection and apply hatched lines. professionalism apply the correct this method to Plans, end-elevations and required and symbols and sectional drawings front elevations of expected in the conventions. buildings construction industry. Text: the Motivation series Building Construction Principles 33 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Module Topic and Sub- Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation I Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Preparation of the Students will be Students will be able to Demonstration Real examples Oral checking of Drawing Sheet able to recognise, recognise, identify, value by the teacher of the style and student identify and use and use the main types of of the quality required comprehension. correctly the main line, which are the different line for both the Practical types of conventions in technical types, and examination, exercises to line used in drawing. practical and the confirm student technical drawing. Students will be able to examples of workplace. understanding of Students will be prepare a drawing sheet their use and the uses and able to letter and with the appropriate title meaning. Standard meanings of dimension drawings block. Students will be Industrial technical different lines following the able to work in a design, drawing within the standard professional and neat machine shop, instruments and conventions of conventions. manner. architectural boards. technical Students will be drawings, past drawing. able to prepare a exam entries drawing sheet with and other real the appropriate title examples block. should be sought out wherever possible. 34 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation II Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Orthographic Students will be able to Orthographic views in Demonstration Technical Oral checking of Projection recognise, identify and First or Third Angle and Drawing with student apply the rules and Projection of vee blocks, explanation by design. comprehension. conventions of tool holders, tool posts, teachers where Practical orthographic views in connecting rods, pulley appropriate. Previous CXC exercises to first and third angle frames, pulleys, pulley Examples of papers. confirm student projection to the yokes, lever frames, previous understanding of drawing of simple machine vices, shaft students work, Real examples different machine parts and bearings, angle base ‘real’ examples from industry projections and components. plates, pivot blocks, from where conventions. Students will be aware bearing blocks axles etc. workshops and available of and able to apply Symbols denoting engineering correctly the line machined surfaces. companies etc. Standard conventions, which Scaled drawings in First or technical pertain to technical Third Angle Projection drawing drawing, including; both reductions and instruments tangent lines, broken or enlargements at the and boards. extended objects following scales; 1:2, 1:5, conventions, hatching, 1:25, 1:50, 1:100 and surface texture symbols, 1:500. Enlargements AT leader lines, hidden 2:1, 5:1, 10:1, 25:1, 50:1 detail lines, outlines. and 100:1. Check CXC syllabus for complete listing. 35 Technical Drawing Year 4 Term 2 Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation III Sub- Specific and Activities Resources Topic Behavioural Engineering Students will recognise Students will recognise The teacher will TD equipment as Oral checking of Conventions and value the need for and value the need to demonstrate by listed at the student detailed machine acquire skills appropriate use of prepared beginning of the comprehension. drawings: their to this area of technical examples the year. Practical importance and drawing. Students will qualities exercises to position in the recognise and value the demanded of Technical confirm manufacture of goods. need for detailed machine detailed Drawing and understanding of Students will be able to drawings and understand machine Design pages the style, needs draw at an appropriate their use in industry. drawing. 126-151. and conventions level detailed machine Students will begin to Students will by of engineering parts, examples: acquire the skills that will practical Geometrical and drawing. bearings, lathe tail- enable them to read and experience Technical posts, castings etc, [see create engineering acquire those Drawing book module I]. drawings. skills and #2 Students will be able to techniques, Pages 74 -109 identify and name which will machine parts. enable them to General and Students will begin to produce detailed specific acquire the skills and machine examples and techniques needed to drawings at an information render engineering appropriate drawings at CXC level level. and beyond. 36 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation IV Sub-Topic Specific and Activities Resources Behavioural Sectional Drawing Students will be able Students will be able to Demonstration by Technical Oral checking of to recognise, identify recognise, identify and the teacher of the Drawing with student and produce value the uses and methods of design. comprehension. sectional drawings of importance of sectional producing sectional Practical simple machines, drawings assembled drawings, Previous CXC exercises to machine parts and machine parts and Discussion of the papers. confirm student components. components. principles, understanding of Suitable subject matter: intentions and uses Real examples the needs and Vee blocks, plumber of sectional from industry conventions of blocks, connecting rods, drawings. Student where available sectional drawing pulleys, lever brackets, practice of drawing and its practical machine vices, shaft and sectional drawings Standard applications. bearings, base plates and elevations of technical etc. See the CXC assembled machine drawing syllabus for a complete parts and instruments and list. components. boards. Assembled machine parts and components. 37 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 1 Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation V Sub- Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Topic Engineering Students will be Students will be able to Demonstration by the Technical Oral checking of Fasteners able to make recognise, identify and teacher of the Drawing with student orthographic value the uses of methods of producing design. comprehension. drawings and orthographic drawings and both orthographic Practical free- hand free hand sketches of drawings and Previous CXC exercises to sketches of engineering fasteners. freehand sketches of papers. confirm engineering Temporary fasteners permanent and understanding of fasteners. including: nuts and bolts, temporary fasteners. Real examples the needs and screws, studs, cotters, Discussion of the from industry conventions of slotted nuts, locknuts, principles and where available sectional drawing castle nuts etc. intentions of and its practical Permanent fasteners producing both Standard applications. including: rivets, and the orthographic technical conventional drawings and drawing representations of welds sketches of instruments and and brazings: fillets, vee, permanent and boards. butt, spot, including temporary fasteners. indication of direction and Student practice of the site and location of the orthographic drawing weld. and free hand sketching of engineering fasteners. 38 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation VI Sub-Topic Specific and Activities Resources Behavioural Assembly Drawings Students will be able Students will be able to Demonstration by Technical Oral checking of to recognise, identify recognise, identify and the teacher of the Drawing with student and draw plans and value the uses and methods of design. comprehension. elevations in First importance of First and producing plans Practical and Third-angle Third angle projections and elevations in Previous CXC exercises to projection of of assembled machine First and Third- papers. confirm assembled machine parts and components. angle projection of understanding of parts and Suitable subject matter: assembled machine Real examples the needs and components. assemblies of shafts and parts and from industry conventions of pulleys, casters, jigs and components. where available sectional drawing fixtures. Machine and Discussion of the and its practical bench vices, bearing principles, Standard applications. assemblies, universal intentions and uses technical couplings, and lathe of First and Third- drawing steady, pulley and angle projection. instruments and hooks, shaft block and Student practice of boards. bearings. drawing plans and elevations in First and Third-angle projection of assembled machine parts and components. 39 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation VII Sub-Topic Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Sketching and the Students will Students will recognise, Examples of Technical Oral checking of making of 3D models recognise, value and value the uses of free free hand Drawing with student and produce free hand sketching of sketching and design. comprehension. hand sketches of engineering components. simple 3D Practical engineering Students will be able to models shown Previous CXC exercises to components. produce simple 3D models to students. papers. confirm Students will be of engineering components. Discussion of understanding of able to produce their Real examples the applications simple 3D models applications and and uses of free of engineering uses. Practical Standard hand sketching, components. exercises by the technical and the benefits students to drawing of producing 3D acquire skills in instruments and models. free hand boards. sketching and model making. 40 Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 Mechanical Engineering Drawing Unit 3 modules 1-8 Module Topic and Objectives Content: Objectives - Methods and Materials and Evaluation Sub- Specific and Behavioural Activities Resources Topic 41 Simple Electrical Students will be able Students will be able to Demonstration Motivate series Oral checking of Symbols to recognise, identify recognise, identify and by the teacher of Technical student and draw simple value the uses and the standard Drawing and comprehension. electrical circuits and importance of simple conventions for Design and Practical symbols. Students symbols and circuit electrical Electrical exercises to will be able to apply diagrams in their drawings. symbols and Engineering. confirm the correct symbols Students will be aware of circuit diagrams. Examples of understanding of and circuit diagrams their uses and applications Discussion of industrial the uses and to their drawings at a in engineering drawings at the meanings of engineering conventions of simple and basic a basic level. those symbols drawings with electrical circuits level. and diagrams. electrical circuits and symbol. Student practice and symbols. of the drawing of symbols and circuit diagrams. Technical Drawing Year 5 Term 3 42