WELDING TECHNOLOGY SYLLABUS
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WELDING TECHNOLOGY SYLLABUS Instructor: Mr. Pococke Tele: 923-5181 4th-7th hour C&P Course description: Welding prepares the student with occupational skills in welding construction. It cover not only the hard skills which are the four position welding techniques (flat, vertical, horizontal and overhead) utilizing Oxy- Acetylene welding (OAW), Shielded Metal-Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Processes. But will cover soft skills that will include communication, working cooperatively, leadership, and critical thinking skills. Content Areas which include some of the following” Safety and Orientation a. Introduction to Welding b. Safety Instructions and test c. Lincoln CD on Welding Safety and Tests d. Methods of Evaluation Tests Oxy-Acetylene (OAW) a. Equipment b. Setup operations c. Flat positions 1. Butt 2. Lap 3. Tee Joints Shielded Metal-Arc Welding (SMAW) a. Machines and Equipment b. Selecting Electrodes c. Striking Arcs d. Running Continuous Beads e. Flat Positioning 1. Butt 2. Lap 3. Tee Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Mig a. Equipment b. Setting up the operation c. Flat Position 1. Butt 2. Lap 3. Tee Joints Welding Fabrication a. Shop Math b. Blueprints c. Construction Expectations 1. Come to class ON TIME! 2. Bring a writing utensil 3. Listen carefully 4. Be considerate and respectful 5. Be safe 6. Follow directions and RULES!!!!!! Rules 1. Horseplay is strictly prohibited!!!(its all fun and games until someone gets hurt and gets blood on my shop floor) 2. Appropriate language please! 3. Dress appropriately a. No open toed shoes b. Long hair tied back c. No loose Jewelry 4. Please STAY ON TASK!!!! 5. MUST HAVE SAFTEY GLASSES WHILE WORKING IN THE LAB!!!! Report all injuries to the instructor no matter if you think it is minor. *SEVERE DISRUPTIONS WILL BE IMMEDIATELY REFERRED TO THE ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL. Grading 40% - Work ethics 30% - Lab work 20% - Tests 10% - Daily worksheets *Your work ethics and performance will be graded daily both in the classroom and the laboratory. 100-95 94-90 A- 89-88- 87-83 B 82-80 B- 79-78 C+ A B+ 77-73 C 72-70 C- 70-68 67-63 D 62-60 D- 59-0 E D+ You must follow the building and class guidelines and pass at least two of the three marking periods in order to be eligible for credit in this class. A student may elect to receive a letter grade A, B, C, etc., or they may take the course Pass / Fail. Pass / Fail means a student will do the same work as they would for a letter grade but a letter grade will not be assigned. Therefore, taking this course Pass / Fail will not affect your accumulated or current grade point average. The student must submit a signed ( student and parent) Pass / Fail agreement form before the end of the 9th week of the semester. STUDENT SIGNATURE________________________________ _ PARENT’S SIGNATURE ________________________________ Instructor’s Signature ___________________________________ If your parents need to discuss any concerns please call my voice mail. Parents are always welcomed to discuss their child’s progress at any time.