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Batavia High School

Career & Technical Education

 

Design & Drawing for Production 2

 

 D D P 2 - Quarter 3 & 4 

 

     |     Semester 1 Agenda - '12-'13      |   

 

 

 Day # & Date

Today's 

Learning Targets

 

Activities 

Looking

Ahead 

 

37

5/29/13

BD

 

5/30/13

AC

By the end of class, I will

  • have my skimmer car and tested it. 
  • have completed the skimmer car lab worksheet for use in my portfolio 
  • have drawing my 3D drawing of my skimmer car using Sketchup

Class Activities (80m):

  • Independent 
    • complete the skimmer car, test for distance, and answer skimmer car lab questions for your portfolio
    • draw 3D skimmer car using Sketchup

 

TOOC (5m): How did your skimmer car results compare with others in the class?

  • Completing portfolios and skimmer car testing
  • Final exam requirements
 

 

36

5/23/13

BD

 

5/28/13

AC

 

By the end of class, I will

  • have completed drawing my skimmer car layout
  • have finished cutting out the parts for my skimmer car. 

No more Journals! Yay!

 

Class Activities (80m):

  • Group - explanation of skimmer car project.
  • Independent - complete the skimmer car drawing, cut parts and begin assembly.

 

TOOC (5m): Clean-up and parts filed in portfolio folders. 

  • Completing portfolios and skimmer car testing
     
  • Final exam requirements

 

 

35

5/21/13

BD

 

5/22/13

AC

 

By the end of class, I will

  • have completed today's (Day 35) journal entry
  • have uploaded my Q4 journal to edmodo.com

  • have sorted portfolio work to be scanned 

Journal Entry (10m) - Today is a "Journal Holiday!" Post this message to recieve full credit for today's post, as long as all your previous posts are complete and authentic.

 

Class Activities (70m):

  • Independent - Upload your Q4 Journal to edmodo.com
  • Group 
    • We will be sorting previous work that you have completed and organinizing it into a portfolio folder
    • Print your completed Q3 & Q4 journal for placement in your portfolio
    • Print your Geodesic Dome Worksheet - be sure that Straw Calculations are complete and that you have identified the requested mean, median, and mode for the straw lengths.
    • Print your Dome Project worklog for use in your portfolio.
    • Skimmer Car Project (last 5 minutes) 

 

TOOC (5m) - Be sure to turn in your portfolio folders to Mr. Mullen before leaving.

Portfolio Requirements and Touch-ups explained

  

34

5/17/13

BD

  

5/20/13

AC

 

By the end of class, I will
  • have completed today's (Day 34) journal entry
  • understand the assignments that I need to include in my DDP Portfolio collection
  • understand how to prepare my portfolio for online review. 

Journal Entry (15m) - Make a list of any missing edmodo.com assignments and post your summary in your Q4 journal.

 

Class Activities (65m)

  • Group (20m) - review of portfolio requirements 
    Click to see the DDP Portfolio Requirements.
  • Independent (45m) - review the DDP Portfolio Requirements and create a new folder in your student directory (filename: LastnameFI_DDP Portfolio) for a collection of class work to be placed in your portfolio. Be sure to rename your files as listed on the DDP Portfolio Requirements page. 

 

TOOC (5m) - What work are you missing?

Portfolio assembly starts next class!  

  

33

5/15/13

BD

 

5/16/13

AC

 

By the end of class, I will

  • have completed today's (Day 33) journal entry
  • have uploaded my "Did You Know..." presentation
  • have checked edmodo.com for any missing assignments 

Journal Entry (10m) - Describe something you learned from the Geodesic Dome Project that you did not know before you started the project. Post your answer in your Q4 journal. Please also post your response here on Google Drive:
DDP2 Journal - Day 33

 

Class Activities (70m)

  • Group (20m)
    • edmodo.com check
    • Portfolio project discussion (15m)
  • Independent (50m) - work on your "Did You Know..." presentation and upload finished work to edmodo.com

 

TOOC (5m): Make an list of your missing edmodo assignments in your agenda.

Portfolio collection starts next class! 

 

32

5/13/13

BD 

 

5/14/13

AC

By the end of class, I will

  • have completed today's (Day 32) journal entry
  • have checked and corrected my "Did You Know..." dome project presentation

Journal Entry (15m) - Explain how the frequency (V) of a dome effects its overall final shape. Two-three (2-3) sentences should be sufficient. Post your answer in your Q4 journal. Please also post your response here on Google Drive:
DDP2 Journal - Day 32 

 

Class Activities (65m)

  • Group (25m) 
  • Review of "Did You Know..." content and requirements
  • Portfolio project discussion (10m) 
  • Independent (50m) - work on your "Did You Know..." presentation.

 

TOOC (5m) - Clean up your workspace and show me your work log entry and "Did You Know..." before logging off! 

Portfolio projects start next class!

 

31

 

5/9/13

BD

 

5/10/13

AC

 

By the end of class, I will

  • have completed today's (Day 31) journal entry
  • have completed all parts of my "Did You Know..." dome project presentation summary.
  • completed any unfinished dome project activities
  • made final entries into my dome project work log 

 

Journal Entry (15m) - Please respond to the following scenario with a brief statement (5-6 sentences minimum) in your Q4 Journal: 

"Imagine that you are a dome structure (please tell me your dimensions - size is up to you). Now tell your audience why they should purchase this type of structure for their project(s) (project is up to you - should be appropriate to your size). Please utilize vocabulary that you have learned while working on this project."

Post a copy of your journal response to edmodo.com - I will be checking them while I am away.

 

Class Activities (65m)

  • "Did You Know..." dome project presentation - an example file is located in the Geodesic Dome folder in the DDP folder of the student common-area.
  • Enter your time worked on today's dome activities into your electronic dome project work log
  • Finish any remaining dome project activities  

 

TOOC (5m) - Clean up your workspace and show me your work log entry before logging off!

Portfolio projects start next week!  

 

30

 

5/7/13

BD

 

5/8/13

AC   

 

 

 

By the end of class, I will have  

  • have completed today's (Day 30) journal entry
  • have completed the assembly of my geodesic dome (taken photo)
  • have transferred my written work log information from the partner written worksheet into my geodesic dome worksheet (Sheet 2)
  • understand the requirements of the individual dome report summary "Did You Know..." 

Journal Entry (15m) - Today is a "Journal Holiday!" Post this message in your Q4 Word journal to receive credit, if all previous posts are completed (appropriately). Upload your Q4 journal to edmodo.com for progress grade review.

  

Class Activities (65m)

  • Complete your dome assembly
  • Ask Mr. Mullen to take your picture with the finished dome.
  • Transfer your completed written dome project log to your project worksheet (sheet 2 of the Excel file)
  • review the requirements for the dome project presentation.

 

TOOC (5m) -  Clean workspace and put away all materials and supplies!

 Extra Credit Alert:

Build a paper dome for a grade boost! Click this link for the INSTRUCTIONSmust be turned in by Wed., 5/8/13. 

 

29

 

5/3/13

BD

 

5/6/13

AC

 

By the end of class, I will

  • have completed today's (Day 29) journal entry. 
  • have completed the assembly of my geodesic dome.

 

Journal Entry (15m) - Please respond to the following questions in your Q4 Journal for today's entry. Complete sentences are a must! Post your responses to Google Drive - DDP Journal-Day 29

 

  1. What was the most difficult part of the Dome Project?
  2. What was the part you enjoyed the most?
  3. Explain what information might be gained by constructing a small scale model (like your project), prior to constructing a large scale dome structure.
 

Class Activities (65m) 

 

TOOC (5m): Clean workspace and all materials and supplies put away!

Extra Credit Alert:

Build a paper dome for a grade boost! Click this link for the  INSTRUCTIONS - must be turned in by Wed., 5/8/13.


 

28

 

5/1

BD

 

5/2

AC 

By the end of class, I will

  • have completed today's (Day 28) journal entry.
  • have completed assembling the component units of my geodesic dome.

 

Journal Entry (15m) - Answer the following questions in your Q4 journal. You must show your work to receive credit. Post your answers to Google Drive - DDP Journal-Day 28.

 

  1. What number is halfway between 5/8 and 3/7?
  2. What is the mean length of your all your struts (cm)?
  3. What is the mode(cm)? median(cm)? 

 

Class Activities (65m) 

 

TOOC (5m): Update your project work log - each partner

Extra Credit Alert:

Build a paper dome for a grade boost! Click this link for the  INSTRUCTIONS - must be turned in by Mon., 5/6/13.

 

 

27

 

4/29

BD

 

4/30

AC 

By the end of class, I will:
  • have completed today's (Day 27) journal entry.
  • have completed any remaining strut hole punching for my geodesic dome struts
  • have begun assembling dome section components

Journal Entry (15m) - Answer the following questions in your Q4 journal. You must show your work to receive credit. Post your answers to Google Drive - DDP Journal-Day 27

 

  1. What number is halfway between 1/3 and 1/5?
  2. What was the total length (in inches) of plastic straw material required to make all of your dome struts?
  3. What is the average length (in millimeters) of your dome struts? 

 

Class Activities (65m)

 

TOOC (5m): Update your project work log - each partner 

1. Monolithic Dome Calculator 

 

2. Extra credit alert: Build a paper dome for a grade boost!  Click this link for the INSTRUCTIONS - must be turned in by Mon., 5/6/13

 

 

 

 

26

  

4/25

BD

  

4/26

AC 

By the end of class, I will:  
  • have completed today's (Day 26) journal entry.
  • have completed any remaining strut cutting. 
  • have completed punching all holes in my geodesic dome struts

 

Journal Entry (15m) - Given the following list of measurements convert them to the correct measurement given the units in (parenthesis). 

        90cm (mm)                90mm(in)                90in (m) 
        90ft (cm)                    90miles (km)           90 acres (s.f.)

 

Post your responses in your MSWord journal response and to Google docs - DDP2 Journal-Day26

 

Class Activities (65m)

 

 

TOOC (5m): Update your project work log for each partner 

1. Constructing a plastic straw geodesic dome for load testing

 

2. Geodesic Dome Info

 

  

 

25

 

4/23

BD

 

4/24

AC

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed today's (Day 25) journal entry.
  • have completed marking and cutting all struts for my geodesic dome project 

 

 

Journal Entry (5m) - Today is a "Journal Holiday!" Post this message in your Q4 Word Journal and receive full credit if all previous posts are complete.

 

Class Activities (75m)

 

TOOC (5m): Update your project work log for each partner

1. Constructing a plastic straw geodesic dome for load testing

 

2. Geodesic Dome Info

 

 

  

24

 

4/19/13

BD

 

4/22

AC 

By the end of class, I will:
  • have completed today's (Day 24) journal entry.
  • have completed drawing a two frequency icosahedron geodesic dome using Sketchup.
  • have begun my plastic straw dome challenge by completing the design worksheet and uploaded it to edmodo.com for review. 

 

 

 

Partner Assignment Info Sheet

 

 

 

Journal Entry (15m) - Given the following list of measurements, either reduce or increase their value by the amount indicated in parenthesis after the number. Don't forget the units!


        10cm (-17%)         15mm (+8%)               120ft (+12%)

        50km (+30%)        321yds (-78%)            12.75in (-3.5%)

 

Post just your answers here - DDP2 Journal-Day24

  

Class Activities - (65m)

  • Independent (35m) - Please complete your Sketchup drawing of the icosahedron geodesic dome. Upload your Sketchup file to edmodo.com when you finish.
  • Geodesic Dome Project (partners - 30m) 
      -
    Complete your Geodesic Dome Worksheet and  
         verify your straw count with the teacher.
      - Measure, mark (permanent markers on front table),
        and label (A,B,C,D) your straw struts for cutting. Use 
        rubberbands provided to group them.
      - Please do not start any cutting until I verify your 
        measurements next class.
      - Label a paper bag with your group name and place
        all your materials in the bag before leaving class.

 

TOOC (5m) - Did you end up with the correct number of straws for your project (based on your worksheet estimates) once you had them all marked? If not, please explain why.

Note - I will not be at school on Friday, 4/19. Please follow instructions carefully so as not to waste your dome materials or your time! 

 

1. Drawing an icosahedron geodesic sphere

 

2. Constructing a plastic straw geodesic dome for load testing

 

3. Geodesic Dome Info

 


 

 

23

 

4/17

BD

 

4/18

AC

 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed today's (Day 23) journal entry.
  • understand how to draw all the components to complete a two frequency icosahedron geodesic dome using Sketchup.
  • have begun my plastic straw dome challenge by completing the geodesic dome design worksheet and uploaded it to edmodo.com for review.

Journal Entry (15m) -  If a sphere has a radius of 8' and you are asked to reduce the size by 10%, what will the new radius? Now calculate (show your work for) what the volume of the original and reduced size radii spheres will be.  You will need 3 answers (reduced radius, sphere volumes 1 & 2 - with correct units) to complete this post.  Show all work in your MSWord journal response. Be sure to include the formula for the volume of a sphere. Post just your answers here - DDP2 Journal-Day23

 

Group Activity (65m):

 

TOOC (5m) -  What is the ratio of a sphere's radius to it's volume. 

1. Drawing an icosahedron geodesic sphere

 

2. Constructing a plastic straw geodesic dome for load testing

 

3. Geodesic Dome Info

 


  

22

  

4/15

BD

  

4/16

AC 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed today's (Day 22) journal entry.
  • have completed drawing a basic icosahedron using Sketchup.
  • have reviewed the plastic straw dome challenge and met with my challenge partner to discuss the project

 

 

Journal Entry (15m) -  Explain the relationship between an icosahedron and a golden rectangle. Research if necessary and post your MSWord journal response. DDP2 Journal-Day22

 

Group Activity (65m):

 

TOOC (5m) - Explain dome frequency. 

 

More on the geometry of geodesic dome:

 

 

1. Drawing an icosahedron geodesic sphere

 

2. Constructing a plastic straw geodesic dome for load testing

 

3. Geodesic Dome Info

 

 

21

 

4/11

BD

 

4/12

AC

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed today's (Day 21) journal entry.
  • have competed drawing an octahedron geodesic dome using Sketchup.
  • have exported and uploaded a .jpg of my dome drawing to edmodo.com
  • have completed Step 01 of the Isocahedron Dome tutorial 

 

 

Journal Entry (15m) - Research a mathematical relationship known as the Golden Ratio. Explain how
the basic geometry of a rectangle is related to this relationship. Provide a link to your information in your response.  DDP Journal Post - Day 21.

 

Group Activity (65m):

  • Drawing an octahedron geodesic dome with Sketchup.

  • Introduction to development drawings. 

  • Drawing an Isocahedron 

 

TOOC (5m) - Provide me with some examples (common objects) of what a development drawing would be used for. 

More on the geometry of geodesic dome:

 

 

1. Drawing an icosahedron geodesic sphere

 

2. Constructing a toothpick geodesic dome for load testing

 

3. Geodesic Dome Info

 

 

20

4/9

BD

 

4/10

AC 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed today's (Day 20) journal entry.

  • have printed a copy of my mailbox post design for judging

  • have begun drawing a geodesic dome using Sketchup. 

 

 

 

Journal Entry (15m) -  Read the following article (Buckminster Fuller) about geodesic domes and summarize the advantages and unique characteristics of this type of structure. Your response should be a 4-5 sentence journal entry. Post your response here DDP Journal Post - Day 20.

 

Group Activity (65m):

  • Please print a copy of your mailbox post design (.jpg)

  • Drawing a geodesic dome with Sketchup.

 

TOOC (5m): Doing anything interesting over during Break?

More geodesic dome articles:

How geodesic domes work?

Problems with geodesic domes

  

 

19

3/28

BD

 

4/8

AC

 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed to today's (Day 19) journal entry.

  • have completed my mailbox post SketchUp drawing.

  • have uploaded my final mailbox post Sketchup file to edmodo.com

 

Journal Entry (15m)- Note: There is no journal entry for today. Write "Journal Holiday" in your class journal! You need to upload your class journal (MSWord document to edmodo.com). BE SURE ALL ENTRIES ARE COMPLETE!

 

Group Activity (65m):

 

TOOC (5m): Doing anything interesting for Break? or during Break?

Prizes will be given for the following mailbox post designs:

 

  1. Most creative design
  2. Best use of available materials
  3. Most unusual that meets the design criterion
 

 

 

18

3/26

BD

 

3/27

AC

 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed to today's (Day 18) journal entry.

  • have completed my mailbox post SketchUp drawing.

  • have uploaded an image of my mailbox post design

 

Journal Entry(15m): Explain what it means to extrude and extrude-cut in Sketchup? (Hint:Push/Pull)

Click this link: DDP2 Journal Day-18  to submit your journal response.

 

Group Activity (65m):

 

TOOC (5m): What other materials might you need to complete your mailbox design?

Prizes will be given for the following mailbox post designs:

 

  1. Most creative design
  2. Best use of available materials
  3. Most unusual that meets the design criterion

 

 

 

17

3/22

BD

 

3/25

AC

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed to today's (Day 17) journal entry.
  • have created 5 scenes in my schoolhouse tutorial
  • know how to export an animated video of my schoolhouse drawing scenes.
  • understand the basic history of US rural postal delivery services

Journal Entry(15m): Research and determine when rural postal delivery began, who was responsible for getting it started, and state the basic requirements for a rural delivery mailbox. Cite your sources.

Click this link: DDP_Day17 to submit your journal response.

 

Group  Activity (65m):

 

TOOC (5m): Why did rural mail delivery become necessary?

Use this size mailbox

USPS - Rural Mailbox Regulations

 

 

16

3/20

BD

 

3/21

AC

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed to today's (Day 16) journal entry.
  • have completed  the Sketchup - Schoolhouse tutorial
  • know how to export a 2D graphic of my schoolhouse drawing.

Journal Entry(15m): In your own words, describe what a parapet is and why it is utilized in building construction.

Click this link: DDP_Day16 to submit your journal response.

 

Group  Activity (65m):

  • Complete - Tutorial 5 - The Schoolhouse
  • Vocabulary: scene (in Sketchup)

 

TOOC (5m): What is a parapet, fascia, soffit?

Ugly Mailbox Contest

 

USPS - Rural Mailbox Regulations

 

 

15

3/18/13

BD

 

3/19/13

AC

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed to today's (Day 15) journal entry.
  • have summarized the results of my Tech Wars project and participation at the Tech Wars event.
  • have completed 1/2 of the Sketchup - Schoolhouse tutorial 

Journal Entry(15m): Describe in 5-6 sentences how your TW's project faired at the Tech Wars event, what observations you made about your competitors, what you might change to improve your project, and overall how your group performed in completing the challenge.

Click this link: DDP_Day15 to submit your journal response.

 

Group  Activity (65m):

  • Refreshing our Sketchup skills - Tutorial 5 - The Schoolhouse
  • Vocabulary: parapet, fascia, soffit

 

TOOC (5m): What is a parapet, fascia, soffit?

Ugly Mailbox Contest - What does yours look like? 

 

 

11

3/4/13

AC

 

3/5/13

BD

 

 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed to today's (Day 11) journal entry.
  • have made significant progress on assembling my TW's project.

Journal Entry (15m): Describe in a few sentences how your TW project is progressing. What have you completed and what are your next steps. (3 sentence minimum).

Click this link: DDP_Day11 to submit your journal response.

 

Group  Activity (55m):

  • Shop Day!
  • Project work

 

TOOC (8m): All parts and tools put away and work area picked up.

Tech Wars Event 

 

 

10

2/28/13

AC

 

2/27/13

BD

 

 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed to today's (Day 10) journal entry.
  • have made significant progress on assembling my TW's project. 

Journal Entry (15m)- Note: There is no journal entry for today. Write"Journal Holiday" in your class journal!  You need to upload your class journal (MSWord document to edmodo.com). BE SURE ALL ENTRIES ARE COMPLETE!

 

Group  Activity (55m):

  • Shop Day!
  • Project work

 

TOOC (8m): All parts and tools put away and work area picked up.

Tech Wars Event

 

 

09

 

2/26/13

AC

 

2/25/13

BD

By the end of class, I will:

  • submitted a response to the Day 9 journal to Google Drive for sharing out in a class discussion.
  • successfully completed a basic shop safety review worksheet.
  • have begun assembling my TW project.

Journal Entry (20m): Based on the information we have been reviewing and discussing in class regarding bridge design, imagine yourself as a bridge in need of repair. Now using appropriate terminology describe to engineers and members of a community that drive across you every day why they should give you some attention. (4 sentence minimum).  Click this link: DDP_Day10 to submit your journal response.

 

Group  Activity (55m):

  • Project work

 

TOOC (8m): All parts and tools put away and work area picked up.

Tech Wars Event

 

 

08

 

2/22/13

AC

 

2/23/13

BD

By the end of class, I will:

  • understand basic shop safety practices. 
  • have begun assembling my TW project.
 

Journal Entry (15m)- Note: There is no journal entry for today. Please use this extra time to work on you TW project drawings and project assembly.

 

Group  Activity (60m):

  • Intro to Shop Activity
    • Basic shop safety
    • Basic shop practices (Tool demo) 

 

TOOC (8m): All parts and tools put away and work area picked up.

Part cutting demo 

 

 

07

 

2/15/13

AC

 

2/21/13

BD

 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have completed all the Nova Bridge activities started on Day 6.
  • understand basic shop safety practices. 
  • have begun assembling my TW project.

Journal Entry (15m)- Note: There is no journal entry for today. Please use this extra time to finish up any of the Nova Bridge activities that we were not able to complete last class. Refer to the Day 6 links to access the content.

 

Group  Activity (60m):

  • Intro to Shop Activity
    • Basic shop safety
    • Basic shop practices (Tool demo) 

 

TOOC (8m): All parts and tools put away and work area picked up. 

Part cutting demo

 

I-35W Bridge Collapse - Full Report

 

 

 

06

 

2/13/13

AC

 

2/14/13

BD

 

 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have written my Day 6 journal (saved in a Word doc) and posted it to edmodo.com
  • have begun assembling my TW project.

Journal Entry (20m): Read this NTSB Executive Summary of the I-35W bridge collapse that occurred in Minnesota on August 1st of 2007. Now answer the following questions in your journal:

  1. What is a gusset plate?
  2. Explain briefly what officials believed caused the failure. 
  3. How do you think this accident could have been prevented?  

Click this link: DDP_Day06 to submit your journal response.

 

Group  & Independent Activities (60m): 

  • Nova Bridge Investigation - please go to this site and work through the "Build A Bridge" activities (down the middle of the page).
    • Survey the four sites

    • Do your homework
    • Play the Game
  • We will be watching the Smart Bridges video  and discussing "Why Bridges Fail" together.
  • Once the above work is complete, get together with your group and begin marking out the pieces that you received, for your project, for cutting. There are rulers and tape measures in the middle cabinet in the back of the room.
 

TOOC (5m): All parts and tools put away and work area picked up.

I-35W Bridge Collapse - Full Report

 

 

05

 

2/11/13

AC

 

2/12/13

BD

 

By the end of class, I will:

  • have posted all journals up through Day 5 to edmodo.com
  • better understand the basic bridge design types and the reasons behind many bridge failures

 

 

Click the image to see an enlarged view of the bridge comparisons. 

Journal Entry (5m)Post "Journal Holiday". Receive full credit if your Day 1-4 journals are completed properly and posted. Click this link: DDP_Day05 to submit your journal response.

 

Group  & Independent Activities (65m): 

  • Complete "cut lists" and component drawings.

 

TOOC: Cut list printed and in my box. 

Project assembly begins 

 

 

04

 

2/6/13

BD

 

2/7/13

AC

 

By the end of class, I will... 

  • have posted all journals up through Day 4 to edmodo
  • have completed a cut list (bill of materials) for my group Tech Wars project
  • have completed a parts diagram of our group Tech Wars project
Journal Entry (15m):

Research at least 3 different materials that you will need for your TW project construction. Describe the material, how it will be used, where you found a supplier, and a link to the site page where you obtained your information. Click this link: DDP_Day04 to submit your journal response.

 

Class Activities (10m):

  • Demo: Labeling your SketchUp drawing for part ID
  • Demo: Creating cut list (BOM) to reference your parts drawing

 

Independent Activities (55m):

  • Please continue to finish your Tech Wars project parts drawing. 
  • As a group create and save a cut list for your project. Use the template this template to create your:  cut list

 

TOOC (5m):  Were

Multiview Orthographic (MOV) of your TW project and exploded view drawings.

 

 

 

Today's  Vocab:

 - parallel

 - perpendicular 

 

 

03

 

2/4/13

BD

 

 

2/5/13

AC

 

 

By the end of class, I will... 

  • have posted all journals up through Day 3 to edmodo
  • have uploaded an image file for my final TW project design sketch to edmodo 

Journal Entry (15m):  

We have discussed the types of information that might be included in a project cut list. Research the topic of cut lists. Provide a link to your research and then list several of the reasons why  are an important part of the design & manufacturing process. 

There is a three (3) sentence minimum for this post and you will need to include your research link as well. Click this link: DDP_Day03 to submit your journal response.

 

Class Activities (10m):

  • Demo: Saving your SketchUp drawing as an image file for posting
  • Creating parts and assembling them in SketchUp

 

Independent Activities (20m):

  • Please continue to finish your Tech Wars project drawing. 
  • Be sure the components and overall project are DRAWN TO SCALE (DTS). 
  • You will need to add the necessary dimensions to be able to identify the component sizes in your drawing.   

 

TOOC (5m):  Were you able to upload your completed Sketchup drawing of your TW project design? Name on the image file?

You will need to submit .jpg file of your design sketch to edmodo.com by the end of class on Today - 2/5/13

 

 

Today's  Vocab:

 - vertical

 - horizontal 

 

 

 

02

 

1/31/13

BD

 

 

2/1/13

AC

By the end of class, I will...

  • understand how to setup and use my Q3 class journal
  • understand how to dimension the components of my Tech Wars drawing
  • understand how to create a parts diagram drawing 

Class Activities (20m): 

  • Demo: Setting up your DDP2_Q3 Journal
  • Demo: Adding appropriate dimensions to a drawing

 

Journal Entry (15m): 

Describe the most difficult issues you had with drawing your Tech Wars project using SketchUp. Two sentence minimum required.

  • Once you have completed and reviewed it for the requirements click this link: DDP_Day02 to submit your journal response. 

 

Independent Activities (45m):

  • Please continue to finish your Tech Wars project drawing. 
  • Be sure the components and overall project are DRAWN TO SCALE (DTS). 
  • You will need to add the necessary dimensions to be able to identify the component sizes in your drawing.   

 

TOOC (5m):  Were you able to upload your completed Sketchup drawing of your TW project design? Name on the image file?

You will need to submit .jpg file of your design sketch to edmodo.com by the end of class on Tues., 2/5/13

 

 

 

 

Today's  Vocab:

 - skew

 - isometric 

 

 

 

01

 

 

1/29/13

BD

 

 

1/30/2013

AC

 

 

By the end of class:

  1. I will understand my DDP1 Final Exam score
  2. I will understand my DDP1 course grades
  3. I will have reviewed and understand the DDP2 course content
  4. I will understand the responsibilities that I am accountable for each day I come to class throughout the 2nd semester.

Journal Entry (15m):

What have you learned in DDP1 that could help you in other classes that you are taking and/or activities you may be involved with outside of school? A two sentence minimum post is required.

  • Post a response to the journal on edmodo.com 
  • Once you have completed and reviewed it for the requirements click this link: DDP_Day01 to submit your journal response. 

 

Group Activities (15m): 

What are the essentials of a complete TW design drawing?

  • Drawn to scale
  • Component materials identified
  • All essential component dimensions displayed
  • Compliance with TW event rules
  • Does your drawing meet all of these requirements?

 

Independent Activities (40m): 

  • Use this time to complete your TW drawing and add the necessary detail of a working design.

 

TOOC (15m): Review your midterm score and DDP1 grade summary, check the final for correct scoring. Write a brief statement on the exam answer sheet (bottom of ruler challenge), stating what you thought about the exam and how you feel about your results for the exam and your DDP1 Q2 grade.

 

What is the necessary component info and what dimensions are required to make an accurate cut list?

 

 

Today's  Vocab:

 - aligned

 

 

 

 

 

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