CABW 131 Basic Drafting*

Students will learn how to use the architect scale, how to read blueprints, how to draw floor plans, and how to make elevation drawings. Students will be taught the difference in wood hardness and origin. Corequisite: CABW 100A and 100B

Credits

1

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

CABW 131Basic Drafting*

Please note: This is not a course syllabus. A course syllabus is unique to a particular section of a course by instructor. This curriculum guide provides general information about a course.

I. General Information

Department

Cabinetmaking

II. Course Specification

Course Type

Program Requirement

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

Credit Hours Narrative

1

Semester Contact Hours Lecture

10

Semester Contact Hours Lab

15

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Students will learn how to use the architect scale, how to read blueprints, how to draw floor plans, and how to make elevation drawings. Students will be taught the difference in wood hardness and origin. Corequisite: CABW 100A and 100B

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:

The Course objective is to have all students pass the written and performance tests. This will be assessed through tests whether passed or not. How their Performance on machinery in their production of their individual projects and group projects alike turned out. Each student will demonstrate their knowledge by written and performance on drawings. Teamwork will be assessed not only how good team project turned out but how they all worked together as a team to complete task. In this class the team will be by oral speech and presentation using board or projection unit in class setting. Evaluation sheets filled out by each student on Instructor, class and themselves will help to see how we all did and how we can improve. GPA can be assessed as individual and group.

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

Students will learn how to use drawing instruments and architect scale. The will learn how to read blueprints and to draw floor plans and elevation drawings of various projects. Students will be taught basic lettering, dimensioning of 3-view drawings. They will continue to make drawings of all projects throughout the semester. The class will also touch on pictorial and isometric drawings and draw a couple of projects in that way. Work with scaling their project to fit the paper, and draw full size patterns for cabw 143 layout class.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Assignments

Drafting –"Where to Begin" Lecture – demo "How to layout you’re drawing sheets" Demonstration views of types of layouts Worksheet on "Lettering" Letter sheet demonstrations Lecture on "how to use and read the Scale") Worksheet on Scale Lecture/demonstration on how to draw 3 view Worksheet on 3 view drawing Lecture/Demo- "What is an Elevation Drawing?" Worksheet on elevation Drawing Lecture- Demo –"How to read blueprints" Worksheet on Blueprints Overview Quiz Lecture – Demo – "Abbreviations" Worksheet on abbreviations Abbreviation Quiz Lecture/Demo – "How to Dimension Drawings" Worksheet on dimensioning Lecture – Demo _ "How to draw other views -3-D, Pictorial, Cabinet, Isometric, etc. Worksheet on pictorial Worksheet on Cabinet Worksheet on Isometric Lab final written Lab final Performance drawing Lecture – Demo "How to continue to draw through the entire course" Lecture – Demo (in the Drafting lab) – How auto cad can help us. Understand production problems Understand quality standards Meet time lines Pass a written & performance test 70% or higher. Complete workbook assignments from text. Task sheets

Required Exams

Online course evaluation

Required Text

Modern Cabinetmaking and its workbook most resent printing. By Umstattd, Publisher Goodheart Wilcox, ISBN# 3766, and ISBN #3774 Handouts. Building Traditional Kitchen Cabinets (Tolpin) Library resource books and the internet. Required program tools as well as writing materials and tape measure. Safety equipment of your own. Resource text for your project report Drafting tools specified on the tool list Pencils, graph paper, scale etc.

Specific Course Activity Assignment or Assessment Requirements

Drafting –"Where to Begin" Lecture – demo "How to layout you’re drawing sheets" Demonstration views of types of layouts Worksheet on "Lettering" Letter sheet demonstrations Lecture on "how to use and read the Scale") Worksheet on Scale Lecture/demonstration on how to draw 3 view Worksheet on 3 view drawing Lecture/Demo- "What is an Elevation Drawing?" Worksheet on elevation Drawing Lecture- Demo –"How to read blueprints" Worksheet on Blueprints Overview Quiz Lecture – Demo – "Abbreviations" Worksheet on abbreviations Abbreviation Quiz Lecture/Demo – "How to Dimension Drawings" Worksheet on dimensioning Lecture – Demo _ "How to draw other views -3-D, Pictorial, Cabinet, Isometric, etc. Worksheet on pictorial Worksheet on Cabinet Worksheet on Isometric Lab final written Lab final Performance drawing Lecture – Demo "How to continue to draw through the entire course" Lecture – Demo (in the Drafting lab) – How auto cad can help us. Understand production problems Understand quality standards Meet time lines Pass a written & performance test 70% or higher. Complete workbook assignments from text. Task sheets Online course evaluation