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Project Proposal

Project Proposal

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Woods 3 & 4 project proposal form. Use this as your template and key in any and all information asked.
Woods 3 & 4 project proposal form. Use this as your template and key in any and all information asked.

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Project Criteria
WoodsLevels 2, 3, 4 & 5Mr. Gross
Why do you need criteria for your project?
Criteria for a project are set so that you may reach your maximum potential as awoodworking student. By setting these standards you are encouraged to stretch your  boundaries into areas that you are not comfortable in. Without such encouragement youwould most likely build a project that is similar to what you have done in the past thus notchallenging yourself and not growing as a woodworker.By trying new methods and working with new materials and processes you will become more confident in your woodworking skills and feel better about attempting newconcept you once thought unattainable.Without setting goals (criteria) that stretch your boundaries you would probably settlefor “stuff” and things that are “good enough”. That is not what we are about here at PLHS.Striving to be better is our ultimate goal. Never settle for what you are. Reach for what youcan be.
What makes a good project?
What will the project do?
What is its purpose?
Will it hold something?
Is it to organize something?
What will it look like?
What wood will you use?
What design style will you use?
What will visually tie the top to thesides, etc?
Will it test your skills?
Is it just for fun?
Are you trying something new?
Is it stretching your skill level?
Why are you making it?
For family?
For you?
For profit?
For speculation?
Where will you get your design?
How will you plan it?
From a picture?
From a magazine?
From a book?
Is it a copy of an originalsomewhere?
Did you design it from scratch?
What requirements must you meet?
Size?
Architectural limits – “outsideto in”
Storage requirements- “inside toout”
Moving it- transportation, goinground corners
Operational space- door swings,drawer extents
Hardware sizes
Material sizes
Cost?
Materials
Hardware
Finish
Materials?
Color 
Grain pattern
Class requirements?
What finish will you use?
Painted
Stained
Polyurethane
Oil
Lacquer 
 
Where will it be used?
Indoors
Outdoors
Criteria for a woods project:
Each student will write a proposal for any project considered.The written proposal will include:
o
A complete with a set of plans or drawings.
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A brief reason why the student chose this project.
o
A list of features in the project that are NEW challenges.
Examples: Joinery, Trim styles, Decorative techniques, Materials,Hardware, etc.
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What new process the student will encounter.
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A complete list of tools to be used.
o
A timeline showing phase completion dates.
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A detailed Project Procedure Outline for the project.
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A Cut List estimating the final cost of the project.
This is to include the cost of hardware, glass, etc.This proposal will be turned in to Mr. Gross for further review. Any proposal upfor consideration will be subject to a defense interview with Mr. Gross. At the conclusionof defense interview the proposal will either be accepted or denied. A denied proposalmust be rewritten and presented again.Upon acceptance of the project the student MUST have the following stepscompleted before beginning the project:
o
The proposal MUST be signed by a parent indicating that they are awareof the project and its cost.
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A down payment of $25 be paid to the bookstore.
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The students Lab Fee of $20 be paid.
o
All parent release form turned in.
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All safety testing completed.
Production Review:
Approximately every 4 weeks the progress of the project will be documented. Thestudent will perform weekly progress reports for the teacher in the form of Friday Cardsor Journal entries and an update of the timeline calendar for completion of the project.
Completion of the project:
The project is complete when all hardware, glass and finish are applied to the project.To receive full credit for the project it must:
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Be complete by the above standards.
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Be displayed in the Annual Woods Show.
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All documents including the Cut List, Plan of Procedure, Proposal, etc. areturned in.
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Project summary is complete and turned in.
 
Project EvaluationThe Processing:
Project Procedure OutlineMaterial EstimateChoice of MaterialsChoice of JoineryOverall Machine Usage
 
(safety, knowledge, poise):Hand tool Usage (safety, knowledge, poise):Material Preparation
The Project:
Correct use of MaterialsJoinery FitMeasurement accuracyPreparation for finish – sanding, chips, glue, etc.Finishes – stain marks, runs and sags, skipsRub outInnovationOverall impression
The Student:
Followed directions wellFollowed safety proceduresFollowed ProposalCompletion of Project 

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