CABW 159 Project Application*

Students will be taught proper procedures for layout of projects. Students will be able to make drawings, produce cutting and materials lists, approximate labor time and cost, and make cost sheets. Step-by-step procedure will demonstrated by students. Students will be assigned projects by the instructor for individual work and group work. Students will design, list, order, and build projects to exact specifications. Students will show adequate competence at this time in all areas.

Credits

3

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

CABW 159Project Application*

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

3

Semester Contact Hours Lecture

20

Semester Contact Hours Lab

70

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Students will be taught proper procedures for layout of projects. Students will be able to make drawings, produce cutting and materials lists, approximate labor time and cost, and make cost sheets. Step-by-step procedure will demonstrated by students. Students will be assigned projects by the instructor for individual work and group work. Students will design, list, order, and build projects to exact specifications. Students will show adequate competence at this time in all areas.

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 design difference from other styles of like project in oral reports to class, to be assessed. Teamwork will be assessed not only how good team project turned out but how they all worked together as a team to complete task. Skill of advancement will be assessed by completed projects difficulty and quality, correctness to plan etc. 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.

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

Students will be assigned projects in Design, assembly of, joinery techniques and finishing for individual and group work. They will be demonstrated to in design, joinery techniques, and building methods and practice these on given projects, both large and small. Students will demonstrate adequate competencies at this time in all areas – from machining to finish – sanding as well as assembly methods of given projects. They will make a material, and cut lists of projects. Students will demonstrate their knowledge and skill in producing each project.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Assignments

Lecture "Project with Enough Degree of Difficulty". Lecture – "Work Order, Why and how" Lecture – Grading, how to understand it "what is its importance" Discussion of Individual Projects Task sheet Cabw 159 #4 – Router bit Box Task sheet Cabw 159 #5 – Plane Box Task sheet Cabw 159 #8- Shelf Task sheet Cabw 159 #7 – Corbulls for shelf Video of furniture making Task sheet Cabw 159 #9 – Assembly of 7/8 tasks Lecture – "Project Requirements" Drawing Work order Materials list Cutting list Price estimations "Client/Builder meeting" Drawing/price sheets Pictures, sketches, drawings of final design Show votes on what design would be best Pricing of materials, etc. Sale ability Work order Checked off by Client/Builder Checked off by Instructor Finish Project grading sheet "how to use it" Finished Project Grading Time F. Cooperation Quality G. Assembly Sanding H. Finishing (Sanding) Machining I. Installation (if required) hardware etc. Attendance J. Evaluation of Design Oral Report of Group Project Research Paper on One kind/type of furniture style Videos Homework assignments Group project if assigned Individual projects Materials order list Cut lists

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. Joinery by Tage Frid ,ISBN #1-56158-068-6. Library resource books and the internet. Required program tools as well as writing materials and tape measure.

Specific Course Activity Assignment or Assessment Requirements

Lecture "Project with Enough Degree of Difficulty". Lecture – "Work Order, Why and how" Lecture – Grading, how to understand it "what is its importance" Discussion of Individual Projects Task sheet Cabw 159 #4 – Router bit Box Task sheet Cabw 159 #5 – Plane Box Task sheet Cabw 159 #8- Shelf Task sheet Cabw 159 #7 – Corbulls for shelf Video of furniture making Task sheet Cabw 159 #9 – Assembly of 7/8 tasks Lecture – "Project Requirements" Drawing Work order Materials list Cutting list Price estimations "Client/Builder meeting" Drawing/price sheets Pictures, sketches, drawings of final design Show votes on what design would be best Pricing of materials, etc. Sale ability Work order Checked off by Client/Builder Checked off by Instructor Finish Project grading sheet "how to use it" Finished Project Grading Time F. Cooperation Quality G. Assembly Sanding H. Finishing (Sanding) Machining I. Installation (if required) hardware etc. Attendance J. Evaluation of Design Oral Report of Group Project Research Paper on One kind/type of furniture style Videos Homework assignments Group project if assigned Individual projects Materials order list Cut lists Online course evaluation