CABW 269 Advanced Projects*

Students will be assigned and advanced project for work in design, layout, listing of parts, making work orders, bids, performing, and time. Students will show adequate competencies in advancing of quality and time. May be repeated for total of six credit hours. Prerequisite: CABW 159.

Credits

3

General Education Competency

[GE Core type]

CABW 269Advanced Projects*

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

40

Semester Contact Hours Lab

140

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Students will be assigned and advanced project for work in design, layout, listing of parts, making work orders, bids, performing, and time. Students will show adequate competencies in advancing of quality and time. May be repeated for total of six credit hours. Prerequisite: CABW 159.

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 an advanced project for work in design, layout, listing of parts, making work order, bid, performing, and time. Students will show adequate competencies in advancing of quality and time.

VI. Delivery Methodologies

Required Assignments

Students will be assigned more advanced projects in Design, assembly of, joinery techniques and finishing. They will be demonstrated to in other types of materials that can be used with wood (ex: glass, metal, inlay, cloth, cane etc.) Students will master a cut and material list of their making, study Design of cabinet and furniture styles to incorporate them into their design. They will make a material, and cost analysis of their projects and make out a bid of their projects. As well students will be required to show adequate competencies in advancing their quality, speed, and conservation. They will be involved in a group advanced project given out by instructor to advance in the skill of working relationships. They will meet with client (real or make believe to sell there idea). Students will demonstrate their knowledge and skill in producing each project. Lecture on Styles and Designs of Cabinetry and Furniture. Handouts (on Advanced Projects) 4 sheets Handout for Research of Design project Discussion of Individual Projects Task sheet Design and Draw Project (1of4) Task sheet Plan of Procedure (2of4) Task sheet Material order sheet (3of4) Task sheet Cut list for project (4of4) Video of Gate leg table summary report (Norm Abrams) Read Chapter 50 in Modern Cabinetmaking Do chapter 50 in Workbook as homework Research Paper on One kind/type of furniture style How to bid a project lecture and discussion (Visit by shop owner) Task sheet on bidding your project How to finish your project, after different examples and Discussions of other finish methods use one to explain how you would do the finish differently than you where going to. Oral Report of Three examples of your project (three different styles) Ex: Dresser 1. Queen Ann style 2. Shaker style 3. Distressed style Videos Homework assignments Two advanced Project reports assigned by Instructor Group project Individual project Group project Design and Drawings Materials order list Cut lists Bid sheets

Required Exams

Online course

Required Text

Safety handout from instructor and Modern Cabinetmaking and its workbook most resent printing. By Umstattd, Publisher Goodheart Wilcox, isbn# 3766,and isbn #3774 handouts, safety brochure. Joinery by Tage Frid ,ISBN #1-56158-068-6 Required program tools as well as writing materials and tape measure. Safety equipment of your own.

Specific Course Activity Assignment or Assessment Requirements

Students will be assigned more advanced projects in Design, assembly of, joinery techniques and finishing. They will be demonstrated to in other types of materials that can be used with wood (ex: glass, metal, inlay, cloth, cane etc.) Students will master a cut and material list of their making, study Design of cabinet and furniture styles to incorporate them into their design. They will make a material, and cost analysis of their projects and make out a bid of their projects. As well students will be required to show adequate competencies in advancing their quality, speed, and conservation. They will be involved in a group advanced project given out by instructor to advance in the skill of working relationships. They will meet with client (real or make believe to sell there idea). Students will demonstrate their knowledge and skill in producing each project. Lecture on Styles and Designs of Cabinetry and Furniture. Handouts (on Advanced Projects) 4 sheets Handout for Research of Design project Discussion of Individual Projects Task sheet Design and Draw Project (1of4) Task sheet Plan of Procedure (2of4) Task sheet Material order sheet (3of4) Task sheet Cut list for project (4of4) Video of Gate leg table summary report (Norm Abrams) Read Chapter 50 in Modern Cabinetmaking Do chapter 50 in Workbook as homework Research Paper on One kind/type of furniture style How to bid a project lecture and discussion (Visit by shop owner) Task sheet on bidding your project How to finish your project, after different examples and Discussions of other finish methods use one to explain how you would do the finish differently than you where going to. Oral Report of Three examples of your project (three different styles) Ex: Dresser 1. Queen Ann style 2. Shaker style 3. Distressed style Videos Homework assignments Two advanced Project reports assigned by Instructor Group project Individual project Group project Design and Drawings Materials order list Cut lists Bid sheets Online course