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Module Title: Ship Construction, Stability and

Damage Control
Unit: Electro 2 (Year 4)
Learning Outcomes:
By the end of lesson the student will be able to:
Correlate Simple beam bending with Ship
Structural Bending
Will be able to elaborate various basic
structural members function

Will be able to distinguish the ships


structural Hierarchy
Ship Structures an Overview

Date: 09-12-2013
Week: 8
Lesson:3
Specific Title: Start up and parallel running of
diesel generators. (In the MEO simulator)
Assessment
Formative assessment aspects:
Teacher quizzing, observing students
understanding
Guiding/coaching students towards
their already assigned assignment.
coaching

The mechanism of load transfer and its


effect on structures
Primary and Secondary structures
Damage assessment- Where to look for
primary and secondary defects.
Local Strengthening, its effect
Stress concentration in structures, its
remedies
Assignment -5
Time/Duration
10 mins

Task procedure (Stages with brief


description)
A recap on previous class

Teachers Notes (including


anticipated problems & solutions)
PPT.
PPT and discussion

Overview of Shipbuilding evolution


20 mins

Instruction from the teacher and


individual coaching of students
Feedback from teacher.
Support from student to student.

30 mins

. Discussion on various structural


members its function and construction
procedure in modern ship building

20 mins

Discuss the assembly process from plates


to blocks
Summing up and framing questions
connected with assignment given.
Give a preview of next class.

10 mins
10 mins

Instruction from the teacher if


needed
Feedback from the teacher and
from students.

Feedback on formative assessment

Reflection and Overall Self-evaluation: (Teacher to complete after the lesson)

Materials/Aids/Resources: (List resources used or include a sample part of a worksheet)

Sathish
Teacher

MEO2B
Class/Year Level

Time/
Duration
10.00-10.10
10.10-10.50

Stages with brief description


Introduction:
Teacher elicits theory from previous
lesson from students and gives feedback.
Teacher Presentation:
Teacher presents new content
Teacher asks questions
Students answer questions individually.

10.50-11.30

Student group task


Students move into groups
Teacher explains nature of task and
procedure
Students carry out the task
Students report group findings
Teacher provides feedback

11.30-11.40

Conclusion
Class discussion:
Evaluation of the task executed including
difficulties encountered
Groups hand in individual task sheets.

Teachers Notes (including anticipated


problems & solutions)
Students may need prompting.
Teacher asks regular questions to the class
and individual students.
Teacher allows wait time for student
answers.
Teacher provides feedback to build
understanding / clarify misunderstandings.
Teacher explains the procedure.
Divides students into groups
Explains purpose of task
Explains product
Assigns roles: Secretary, presenter
For how long
English only
Teacher monitors
Presentation of results by sample groups.
Feedback from the teacher and from
students.