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Lesson Plan

UNIT 1 : INTRODUCTION

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Level 1 Narrate the development of Engineering Drawing. Explain the current development of Computer -Aided Drafting (CAD). Identify the classification of the projection systems. Identify the importance of standardization. State the agencies related to standardization. Level 1 Define Engineering Drawing. Relate the importance of Engineering Drawing as a basis for higher learning in the fields of engineering. Relate engineering drawing in career

Gather charts/graphic material about engineering Prepare material to explain the current development of Computer Aided Drafting (CAD). Prepare the classification of the projection systems charts. Provide examples to expose students the importance of standardization and its related agencies.

Discuss career prospects in Engineering Drawing. Students observe and compare CAD on CAD drawing In Groups, students discuss the importance of standardization and its related agencies.

Resources: 1. Samples of Engineering Drawing, CAD, illustration and fine-arts. 2. Drawing equipment and materials

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Definition and importance of Engineering Drawing a. Compariso n of Engineering Drawing, illustration and fine-arts

Prepare charts to define engineering drawing and its relations. Gather and exhibit samples of Engineering Drawing, Illustration and Fine-Arts.

Gather captions of news papers/magazines related to engineering drawing Compare Engineering Drawing, Illustration and Fine-Art

Resources: Samples of Engineering Drawing, illustration and fine-arts.

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Differentiate between engineering drawing, illustration and fine- arts. 1.3 Types of Engineering Drawing a. Geometrica l Drawing i. Plane Geometry ii. Solid Geometry b. Related Drawings i. Mechanical Drawing ii. Building Drawing iii. Piping Drawing iv. Electrical Drawing v. Electronic Level 1 Explain the types of Engineering Drawing. Differentiate between Geometrical Drawing and Related Drawing. Explain the Geometrical Drawing and Related Drawing.

Prepare Fraction Charts of plane geometry and solid geometry. Distribute and explain samples of geometrical and other related drawings.

Compare Plane Geometry drawings and Solid Geometry Drawings. Link the related drawings to engineering. 1 / JAN

Resources: Fraction chart of Engineering Drawing

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Equipment and materials a. Use, maintenance and safety of drawing equipment and materials

Level 1 Identify drawing equipment and related materials. Practise proper use of equipment and drawing materials. Use appropriate and safe equipments and drawing materials.

Demonstrate and introduce actual drawing equipment and materials. Explain proper application and maintenance of equipments.

Students name the equipment. Using/handling the equipment /tools correctly Construct horizontal line using T-Square. Construct vertical and inclined lines using set square. Construct curve and arc using compass and French curve. Erase unnecessary text and lines using eraser shield.

1 / JAN

1.5

Setting up of drawing paper a. Placing of paper on drawing board b. Preparation of border lines

Level 1 Setup drawing paper on the drawing board. Prepare border lines and title block. Plan the drawing position on the drawing paper.

Prepare a simple paper work of drawing complete with borders and title block. Demonstrate how to divide drawing paper with borders, title blocks and drawing layout accurately.

Place paper on drawing board. Draw border and title block areas. Plan drawing layout. 2 / JAN

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Career

Prepare video recordings, career pamphlets and brochures that exemplify related career.

Watch video recordings. Gather captions of news papers/magazines related to career opportunity.

Resources: Career pamphlet and brochure.

1 / JAN

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UNIT 2 : SKETCHING

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Principles of Sketching

Students identify principles of Sketching correctly. Resources: 1. Grid paper. 2. Samples of sketches.

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2.2

Level 1 Sketch straight lines, circles, arcs, curves and shapes correctly. Explain the technique of sketching correctly. Demonstrate methods of sketching - straight line - circle - arc line - curve line - show the sketching on blank and grid paper Sketch on a grid paper. Sketch on a blank paper. Activities: Sketching on grid paper. Techniques: 1. Holding a pencil. 2. Making approximate proportions 6

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Demonstrate methods of making estimation of proportional diagram correctly. Prepare samples of full size sketching and proportion.

Estimate proportional sketching diagram. Sketch straight lines, circle, arc, curve and shapes. Identify samples and give explanation about sketching.

2 / JAN

2.4

Level 1 Identify types of sketches. Ortho graphic Projection Isome tric Obliqu e Persp ective

Prepare sketching samples Orthographic Projection Isometric, Oblique and Perspectives Explain and distribute sketching samples of Orthographic Projection Isometric, Oblique and Perspectives

1 / FEB

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Alphabet of Lines a. Object line b. Hidden line c. Centre line d. Border line e. Construction line f. Guide line g. Dimensional line h. Sectioning line i. Extension line j. Cutting plane k. Projection line l. Phantom line

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Prepare sample charts or transparencies with alphabets of lines characteristics Explain and demonstrate steps to construct alphabet of lines accurately

Practice draw the different accurately basing on the following characteristics - Shape - Darkness - Application

1 / FEB

3.3

Types of lines a. Vertical lines b. Horizontal lines c. Inclined lines d. Parallel lines e. Perpendicular lines

Level 1 Draw parallel lines (vertical, horizontal, inclined and perpendicular lines) with uniform line Darkness and gauge using appropriate drawing equipments.

Prepare samples charts or transparencies on type of lines Construct and demonstrate correct methods to draw straight lines (vertical, horizontal, inclined and perpendicular) with uniform darkness and thickness using standard

Use T-Square to construct vertical lines and inclined lines 1 / FEB Use T-Square and set square to construct Horizontal lines Use T-Square and se square to construct perpendicular lines Use T-Square and set square to construct inclined lines 9

Lesson Plan drawing instruments. Prepare transparencies or charts to demonstrate type of lines and their usages Explain and demonstrate type of lines and their usages in Engineering Drawings

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3.4

Types of Lettering

Level 1 Identify shapes of letters Standard upright lettering Standard lettering inclined

Prepare examples of charts or transparencies on types of letterings Explain shapes of upright lettering and inclined letterings Using guide line to produce standard lettering to apply correct technique to produce standard letterings

1 / FEB

3.5

Techniques of Lettering

Write letters with correct lettering technique using guidelines Apply appropriate spacing between letters and between words.

Follow standard lettering guide lines using guide lines to produce standard lettering Use correct technique to produce standard lettering sizes

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Lesson Plan 3.6 Tracing and Inking a. Instrument and Inking I. tracing paper ii. Technical pen b. Tracing and inking methods Level 1 Identify instrument and materials. Explain correct tracing and inking methods.

1/ FEB

UNIT 4 : GEOMETRY

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Prepare transparencies for graphic element Explain and display the type of common points used in geometrical drawing: Straight line intersecting straight line. Straight line intersecting curved line Curved line intersecting curved line

1 / FEB

Explain line concept, that is, a point that move evenly (straight line) or move un evenly (curved line) Explain plane concept, which is, a flat surface of various 11

Lesson Plan shapes with no thickness measurement Make use a piece of paper as a sample plane Appendix 4/1: Method of marking points and types of lines

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Level 1 Construct various types of lines Parall el lines. Perp endicular lines. Divide lines according to given criteria: Bisec t a line. Divid e into equal division. Divid e according to given ratio.

Exhibit sample picture that shows parallel line in: Fence grill Stadium track

Explain the parallel lines concept. Demonstrate how a parallel line can be constructed by a T square and set square. Demonstrate how to construct perpendicular line on horizontal, vertical and inclination lines Demonstrate how to divide a line of two equal sections and divide into several length. Demonstrate how to divide a line.

Captions of paper of various shape to understand the plane concept. Construct horizontal, vertical and incline parallel lines using various drawing instruments. Construct perpendicular line on horizontal, vertical and inclination lines o Construct the parallel line on a perpendicular line. Divide the given line into two section by geometrical method. Divide a line into several equal section of the same

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Level 1 Identify various types of angles. Construct various types of angles. Divide angles into equal parts. Transfer angles.

Explain types of angle and its characteristics and also samples of angle: Right angle acute angle Obtuse angle Complementary angle Explementary angle Reflex angle Demonstrate how to construct 90,60 ,30,15 and 75angles using geometrical/plane methods. Demonstrate the division of angle. Demonstrate how to divide the same angle can be transferred to another location. Appendix 4/2 Types of angle

Construct various type of angles by combining 30,45, 60 and a square. Use geometrical method to construct 90,60,30,15 and 75 angles. Divide an angle into two equal parts. use set square to divide 180 angle into six parts. use set square to divide 360 angle into 12 parts Transfer angle to a new location.

1 / FEB

4.4

Triangles

Level 1

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Lesson Plan a. Ty pes and characteristics of triangles b. Co nstruction of triangles Identify types and characteristics of triangles: Equila teral Isosce les Right triangle Scale ne Appendix 4/3 Triangular terms Demonstrate how to construct various triangles : Three sided Two sided and an Included angle or based angle Two sided and a based angle Base and two based angle Construct various triangle: Three sided Two sided and an included angle. Base and two based angles.

Resources: 1. Types and characteristics of triangle chart

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Construct triangles based on given criteria: Three sides. Two sides and one angle. Two sides and one included angle. Two sides and base angle. Base and two base angles. ENGINEERING DRAWING ISSC

Use perimeter and side proportion given to construct triangles. Use right angle, hypotenuse and a side given to construct triangle. Use base length, angle and vertex given to construct triangle. Use base length, vertex angle and height given to construct triangle. Use perimeter, height and vertex given to construct triangle. Use three medians given to construct triangle.

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Lesson Plan Level 2 Construct triangles based on given criteria: Perimeter and side proportion. Right angle, hypotenuse and one side. Base, one angle and vertex angle. Base, vertex angle and height. Perimeter, height and vertex angle.

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Level 3 Construct triangles based on: three medians 4.5 Quadrilaterals a. pes and Ty Level 1 Identify types and characteristics

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Lesson Plan characteristics of quadrilateral b. Co nstruction of quadrilaterals of quadrilaterals: - Square - Rectangle - Parallelogram - Rhombus - Trapezium - Kite shape Construct square and rectangle based on given criteria: Sides Diagonal Construct parallelogram given two adjacent sides: - Included angles - Diagonal Construct rhombus based on given criteria: - Sides - Angles Explain side and diagonal of quadrilateral plane rectangle With adjacent sides given , construct a parallelograms and dimension of the following : Include angle Diagonal

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Level 1 Identify types of: - Regular polygons - Irregular polygons Construct regular

On charts/transparencies explain and exhibit types and characteristics of polygon. Explain the differences between regular and irregular polygons. Demonstrate how to construct regular pentagon, hexagon and

Construct a regular pentagon with one side length given. Construct a regular pentagon in circumscribed circle. Construct a regular hexagon with one side length given. Construct a regular hexagon with

4 / FEB

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Lesson Plan polygons pentagon based on given criteria: Sides Circums cribed circle. Construct regular hexagon based on given criteria: Sides Length across flats Length across corners. octagon. Length across flats given Construct a regular hexagon with Length across corners given. Construct a regular octagon with one side given. Construct a regular octagon in circumscribed circle. Construct a regular octagon in a square given.

Resources: Types and characteristics polygon chart.

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Level 1 Identify types of scale: Commo n scale Diagona l scale Explain types of scale commonly used and ways to state them. Guided by a map scale, explain how scale is used. Show actual scale rule and explain how to read the scale on the ruler. Explain how to measure using a scale rule.

Students discuss and observe the scales line on the scale ruler by group.

Resources: Scale ruler

2 / MARCH

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Lesson Plan Mention scale by: Ratio Fraction Stateme nt State that scale can also be done by ratio representative fraction and statement. This can be done on charts or orally Distribute scale ruler for observation and discussion in groups.

Level 2 Use correct technique of scale ruler with certain ratio. 4.8 Reduction and Enlargement Level 1 Explain the concept of reduction and enlargement. Differentiate the reduction or enlargement between side ratio and area ratio. Construct reduced or enlarged plane diagram with: -given side ratio.

Explain and demonstrate two plane diagrams, of a similar shapes but different in sizes. Explain and differentiate two plane diagrams. Explain the differences of reduction or enlargement as in side ratio and area ratio and their relations. Demonstrate methods to construct reduced or enlarged plane diagram based on given area ratio

Draw enlarged or reduced plane diagram based on given side ratio. Draw enlarged or reduced plane diagram based on given area ratio.

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Constru ct reduced or enlarged plane diagram with given: ENGINEERING DRAWING ISSC 18

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Level 1 Explain the concept of equal area. Identify diagrammatic transformation of shape of equal area. Construct various diagram of equal area. Polyg on to triangle. Trian gle to rectangle. Recta ngle to square. Level 2 Construct various diagrams of equal area. Triangle to triangle with one

Explain equal area concept for triangles and quadrilaterals of the same base located between two parallel lines. Demonstrate how to change a shape of a triangle to a rectangle. Demonstrate how to construct rectangle to square of equal area. Demonstrate how to change a polygon to triangle of equal area. Distribute worksheets to students. Present and demonstrate how to construct triangle with one of its side given. Present and demonstrate how to construct a triangle to another triangle with one of its side given.

Construct diagrams of equal area: Triangle to another triangle with one of its side given. Triangle to rectangle. Rectangle to square. Construct a triangle equal in area to another triangle with one of its side given. Construct a quadrilateral equal in area to another quadrilateral based on one side given. Construct a quadrilateral which is equal in area to a polygon. .

4 / MARCH

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Lesson Plan with one side given. Develop sequential transformation of polygon to square.

4.10

Level 1 Identify terms and characteristics of circles. Determine centre of circle or arcs using two chords. Construct a circle or arcs based on given criteria: Radius Diamete r 3 points.

Use Transparencies or graphic materials to explain the terms and characteristics of circles. Explain and show how to determine centre of circle or an arc using two chords. Explain and show how to construct a circle based on given criteria: Radius Diameter 3 points. -

Use two chords method to determine centre of a circle or an arc. Students draw a circle based on the criteria given.

Resources: Chart of terms and characteristics of circle

4 / MARCH

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Ellipse And

Level 1

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Lesson Plan Parabola a. Characteris tics of ellipse and parabola b. Constructio n of ellipse c. Constructio n of parabola Identify the characteristics of ellipse and parabola. Construct ellipse using concentric circle method. Construct parabola using rectangular method. Identify the difference between ellipse and parabola. 4.12 Tangents a. Concepts and characteristics of tangent b. Constructio n of line tangential to a circle c. Constructio n of circle tangential to a line d. Constructio n of circle tangential to a circle

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ellipse, parabola and the differences between them using OHP or graphic materials. Demonstrate how to construct ellipse by concentric circle method. Show how to construct parabola by rectangular method

minor axis. Construct ellipse in rectangle. Construct parabola by rectangular method. Resources: Model representation of ellipse and parabola.

Level 1 Explain the concepts and characteristics of tangency Tangent between line and circle. Tangent between circle and another circle. Level 2 Locate the point of tangency: Between circle

Explain the concept of tangent line (straight line touching to circle or curve). Explain how tangential occur on two curves or two circles. Explain when internal and external touches each other. Explain and show the methods to construct a circle touching a straight line.

Resources: 1. Video show/CDROM related to tangent. 2. Illustrations related to tangent.

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and line.

Lesson Plan Between two lines and circle. Between a line and two circles (inside or outside). Between two circles touching internally or externally. Between straight line and two circles internally or externally. Construct a line tangential to: A point on the circumference of a circle. A point outside a circle. Construct a circle tangential to: A line given the radius of the circle. Two lines given the radius of the circle. Construct a circle tangential to: another circle 22 Draw a common tangent line touching two circles externally. Explain and show how to construct a common tangential line internally. Explain and show how to construct two circles tangential to a line . Explain and show how to construct a circle through a point and tangential to a line at a given point. Explain and show how to construct a circle from a point and tangential to a given line and point. Explain and show how to construct a circle touching another circle externally. Explain and show how to construct a circle touching another circle internally. Explain and show how to construct a tangential circle touching another circle externally at T and through point P. Explain and show how to construct a circle touching another circle and line at point P. Explain and distribute worksheet related to tangent exercises. lines. Draw a line tangential to a circle. Draw a common tangential line touching two circles externally. Draw a common tangential line internally. Draw two circles tangential to a line.

Draw a circle through a point and tangential to a given line and point. Draw a circle through point P and tangential to the given two lines. Draw a circle touching another circle externally. Draw a circle touching another circle internally. Draw a tangential circle touching another circle externally at T and through point P. Draw a circle touching another circle and line at point P.

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and tangential to it externally. another circle and tangential to it internally. Two other circles and tangential to both internally. Two other circles and tangential to both externally. Level 3 Construct a circle tangential to: another circle through the given point internally. another circle through the given point externally.

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6.1

Level 1 Explain the concepts and symbols of first and third angle projections.

Demonstrate and explain first and third angles projection for solid models on chart/ transparencies. Demonstrate and explain symbols for first and third angles projection.

2 / APRIL

concepts and symbols of first and third angles projection. Draw first and third angles projection symbols. Resources: Related solid models. Activities: Draw Orthographic Projection of simple solid.

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Level 2 Explain the principle of quadrants in the first and third angle projections.

Demonstrate on transparencies the principles of quadrant for first and third angles projection.

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Level 1 Construct third angle orthographic projection of geometrical solids as follows: soli d flat surface only soli d inclined surface soli d circle surface Level 2 Construct third angle orthographic projection of geometrical solids as follows: Solid with oblique surface Solid with curve surface

Demonstrate method of constructing flat, inclined and circle surface in third angles orthographic projection. Construct and demonstrate orthographic projection of geometrical solid on oblique and solid curve surfaces.

8 / MAY

6.4

Dimensioning of Orthographic

Prepared orthographic

4 / MAY 25

Lesson Plan Projections Concept and use of dimensioning a. Components of dimensioning b. Types of dimension concept and dimensioning in orthographic projections: Unidirectional system Aligned system

drawing hand-out.

components of dimensions. Demonstrate and explain methods of - unidirectional system - aligned system

dimensioning. Dimensioning the orthographic drawing using: - unidirectional system - aligned system

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c. Techniques of dimensioning

Use extension line dimension line, arrow head and leaders according to standard guidelines Identify types of dimension: size location radius circle angle text Level 2 Apply dimensioning techniques on Orthographic

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Lesson Plan Projection Drawing. 6.5 Application of Orthographic Projection in engineering field Level 1 Apply orthographic projection in engineering fields.

On charts/ graphic materials demonstrate how orthographic projection drawing are used in engineering in Mechanical drawing, Building drawing and etc.

In groups students observe and discuss how orthographic drawing are being applied in engineering .

12 / JUN

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Level 1 Explain the concept of Isometric: a. I norm sometric axis al axis b. C horiz haracteristics of ontal axis Isometric rever Drawing sed axis Identify Isometric Drawing characteristics: isom etric line non-

Explain concept of isometric projection. Explain isometric axes: Normal axis Longitudinal axis Reversed axis Demonstrate characteristics of isometric drawing Isometric lines Non Isometric lines Isometric angle Isometric circle

2 / JULY

Students identify and differentiate various types of isometric axis Normal/regular axis Longitudinal axis Reversed axis Identify isometric drawing characteristics. Resources: 27

Lesson Plan isometric line angle in isometric circle in isometric curve in isometric isometric isometric planes planes Curves in Arcs/circles in Isometric Non isometric 1. Sampl es of drawings 2. Model from various engineering fields. Activities: Draw Isometric Drawing from Orthographic Projections.

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Level 1 Construct Isometric Drawing of geometrical solid by: Box method Fram e method Construct isometric circles using four-centre method. Construct curves in isometric

Demonstrate and describe methods to construct isometric drawing by Box method Frame method

Students draw simple block using box and frame method. Students draw isometric circle/arc using four centred method. Students draw using coordinate method. Students identify and determine direction of isometric drawing. Students draw isometric drawing of block with flat,

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Lesson Plan plane using coordinate method. Construct Isometric Drawing of geometrical solid having surfaces: Flat Inclin ed Roun ded centred method. Isometric curve using ordinate method. inclined and round surfaces. Students construct isometric drawing for block an oblique curved surface using frame method. Students construct isometric drawing according to correct orientation view.

Demonstrate and explain ways to determine position of isometric drawing from the angle given. Demonstrate and explain ways to draw isometric drawing on block/solid with flat, inclined and round surfaces.

Level 2 Construct Isometric Drawing of geometrical solid having: obliq ue surface curve d surface

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Level 1 Dimension Isometric Drawing. Explain and demonstrate method of dimensioning Isometric drawing on board/ transparencies. Dimensioning Isometric Drawing based on alligned and unidirectional system. 4 / AUGUST

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Lesson Plan 8.4 Application of Isometric Drawing in engineering field Level 2 Construct Isometric Drawing including exploded view of objects or components from various engineering field. Explain and demonstrate how to construct exploded view of objects or components from various engineering range of learning. Construct exploded Isometric drawing for objects or components and of various engineering range of learning based on exercises or questions given by teacher. 6 / AUGUST

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9.1 Concepts of Oblique Drawing a. Oblique axis b. Circles, arcs and curves in Oblique Drawing c. Characteristic of Oblique Drawing

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Level 1 Identify - oblique axis - receding axis - horizontal axis - vertical axis Explain the concept of circles, arcs and curves in Oblique Drawing Identify characteristics of Oblique Drawing - oblique lines - non-oblique lines - angles in oblique - circles in oblique - arcs in oblique Level 1 Identify types of Oblique Drawing: - Common Oblique - Cavalier Oblique - Cabinet Oblique

Prepare samples of drawing explain axes in Oblique Drawing - oblique axis - receding axis - vertical axis Describe concept of circle, curve and arc in Oblique Drawing

Identify axis of oblique drawing Understand concept of circles, arc and curve in Oblique Drawing Identify the characteristics of oblique drawing

2 / SEPT

Exhibit samples of common oblique, cavalier oblique and cabinet oblique Use OHP to narrate concept of Oblique Drawing

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Lesson Plan 9.3 Selection of orientation of oblique drawing Level 2 Select the best orientation to produce oblique drawing Explain and display methods of selecting suitable orientation based on the characteristics of oblique drawing on OHP Students select and determine the most suitable oblique drawing orientation

2 / SEPT

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Level 1 Construct oblique drawing of geometrical solids using: - Box Method - Frame Method Level 2 Draw circles on oblique axis: -four-centered method - coordinate method

Explain and show methods to construct oblique drawing by using Box Method Frame Method

Students construct oblique drawing by using: Box Method Frame Method Students construct oblique drawing by using Box Method Frame Method Students answer questions that teacher has prepared

4 / SEPT

Show methods to construct circles on oblique axes by using - four-centered method - coordinate method

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9.5

Distribute oblique drawing questions for dimensioning Explain and demonstrate method of dimensioning oblique drawing by using unidirectional and aligned system

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9.6

Level 2 Apply oblique drawing for objects or components in various engineering fields. Explain and demonstrate Oblique Drawing on charts or OHP

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Level 1 Identify Electrical Drawings : - block diagram - schematic diagram - wiring diagram Explain the uses of standard symbols for accessories, switches and distribution fuse in Electrical Drawing.

Gather samples of drawings and photo of electrical equipments. Present and demonstrate different type of electrical symbols on chart and transparencies. Demonstrate and explain standard symbol using actual accessories and appliances on audio video aids.

Familiarize names and symbols for electrical accessories and appliances. Students assemble, organize and draw symbols of accessories, wiring and appliances in electrical drawing. Resources: 1. Electrical appliances and accessories. 2. Sample of wiring circuit. 3. Wiring layout plan. Activity: Layout and draw standard symbols of electrical appliances, accessories and wiring in Electrical Drawing.

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Level 2 Layout electrical accessories, wiring and appliances of Electrical Drawing. Draw standard symbols of electrical appliances and control system according to their respective positions in the domestic layout plan.

Demonstrate and explain methods to draw domestic layout plans. Explain and discuss accessories, wiring and appliances layout for electrical drawing. Appendix 18/1 Plan layout and accessories/ appliances

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Introduction to Electronic Drawing a. Types of Electronic Drawings b. Standa rd symbols of Electronic Components - functio ns - polariti es

Level 1 Identify types of Electronic Drawings: - schematic circuit drawing - wiring circuit drawing - printed circuit drawing Identify standard symbols of electronic components: - Functions - Polarities

Collect samples of circuit drawing and electronic components. Explain and demonstrate types of electronic drawing and standard symbols on charts or transparencies. Explain and demonstrate standard symbols and actual electronic components.

Trace printed circuit, draw wiring circuit and schematic circuit. Resources: 1.Electronic components. 2.Schematic circuit diagram. 3.Printed circuit board. 4. Electronic appliances such as radio, calculator, computer component etc. Activities Trace wiring circuit and printed circuit.

2 / NOV

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Level 2 Draw schematic circuit from printed circuit. Draw schematic circuit from wiring circuit.

Demonstrate and explain Electronic Drawing methods for simple schematic circuit. Appendix 19/1 Schematic Circuit Diagram Appendix 19/2 Extension of sketching component with correct polarity.

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