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Evolution of drawing, system and standardization

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.

Gather charts/graphic materials about engineering Prepare materials to explain current development of Computer –Aided Drafting (CAD). Prepare classification projection systems about charts. Provide examples to expose students the importance of standardization and its related agencies. Appendix 1/1 Classification of the project systems

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

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Definition and importance of Engineering Drawing Comparison of Engineering Drawing, illustration and finearts

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 opportunity. Compare engineering drawing to illustration and fine- arts.

Prepare charts to define engineering drawing and its relations. Gather and exhibit samples of Engineering Drawing, Illustration and Fine-Arts. Appendix 1/2 Sample of Building Drawing

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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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Types of Engineering Drawing Geometrical Drawing Plane Geometry Solid Geometry Related Drawings Mechanical Drawing Building Drawing Piping Drawing Electrical Drawing Electronic Drawing

Level 1 Explain the different types of Engineering Drawingas on charts Differentiate Geometrical Drawing to othher related drawings. Explain the Geometrical to other Drawing related drawings.

Prepare Fraction Charts of plane geometry and solid geometry. Distribute and explain samples of geometrical and other related drawings. Appendix 1/3 Charts of plane geometry and solid geometry

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

Resources: Fraction chart of Engineering Drawing

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Equipments and materials Usage maintenance and safety of drawing equipments and drawing materials

Level 1 Identify equipments and related drawing materials. Practise maintaining equipmens and drawing materials. Use appropriate equipments and drawing materials safety and accurately

Demonstrate and introduce actual drawing equipment and materials. Explain proper application and maintenance of equipments. Appendix 1/4 Basic equipments for Engineering Drawing

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Students name the equipments. Using/handling the equipments /tools correctly Using T-Square to construct horizontal line. Using set square to construct vertical and inclined lines. Using compass and french curve to construct curve and arc. Using eraser shield to erase unnecessary text and lines

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Setting up of drawing paper Geometrical drawing

Level 1 Set up drawing paper on the drawing board. Prepare border lines and title block.

Geometrical plane Geometrical block

Plan the drawing position on the drawing paper.

Prepare a sample paper work of drawing complete with borders and title block. • Demonstrate how to divide drawing paper with borders, title blocks and drawing layout accurately. Appendix 1/5 Setting up drawing paper on drawing board Appendix 1/6 Planning position of drawing

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

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Careers

Level 1 • Identify related career to Engineering Drawing.

Prepare video recordings, career pamphlets and brochures that expolain related careers.

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Watch video recordings. Gather captions of newspapers/magazines related to career opportunities.

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UNIT 2 : SKETCHING
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Principles of Sketching

Level 1 • Explain principles of sketching.

Explain correct principles of sketching.

Students conscientiously correct principles of sketching. Resources: 1. Grid paper. 2. Samples of sketches.

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Sketching Techniques a. Straight lines b. Circles, arcs and curves c. Shapes Level 1 • Sketch straight lines, circles, arcs, curves and shapes correctly.

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Sketch on grid paper. Sketch on blank paper. Activities: Sketching on grid paper. Techniques: 1. Holding a pencil. 2. Making approximate proportions

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Techniques in Determining Proportion

Level 1 • Determine sketching proportions correctly.

Demonstrate correct methods of making estimation of proportional diagram. Prepare samples of full size sketching and proportion. Demonstrate methods of making estimation Prepare sketching samples Orthographic Projection Isometric, Oblique and Perspectives Explain and distribute sketching samples of Orthographic Projection Isometric, Oblique and Perspectives

Estimate proportional sketching diagram.

• • 2.4 Types of Sketches a. b. c. d. Orthographic Projection Isometric Oblique Perspective Level 1 • Identify types of sketches. Orthographic Projection Isometric Oblique Perspective

Sketch straight lines, circle, arc, curve and shapes.

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UNIT 3 : LINES AND LETTERINGS
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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

Level 1 • Identify alphabet of lines and their application in Engineering Drawing • • Prepare transparencies or charts to show different type of lines and their usage. Explain and demonstrate different type of line and their usage in Engineering Drawing. • Identify alphabet of lines and their usages in Engineering Drawing.

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Characteristics of alphabet of lines a. Shapes b. Line darkness c. Application

Level 1 • Identify and apply correct characteristics of alphabet of lines.

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Draw the different lines accurately base on the following characteristics - Shape - Darkness - Application

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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. Darkness and gauge using appropriate drawing equipments.

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Use T-Square to construct vertical lines and inclined lines Use T-Square and set square to construct Horizontal lines Use T-Square and set square to construct perpendicular lines Use T-Square and set square to construct inclined lines

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Types of Lettering Techniques of Lettering

Level 1 • Identify shapes of letters • Standard upright lettering • • • Standard inclined lettering Write letters with correct lettering technique using guidelines Apply appropriate spacing between letters and between words.

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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 Explain and demonstrate type of lines and their usages in Engineering Drawings

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

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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.

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Observe correct tracing and inking materials

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UNIT 4 : GEOMETRY LEARNING AREA LEARNING OUTCOMES TEACHING ACTIVITIES SUGGESTED LEARNING ACTIVITIES & ASSESSMENTS

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Graphic elements a. b. c. Concept of point Concept of line Concept of plane

Level 1 • Explain basic concepts of point, line and plane.

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Prepare transparencies of graphic element Explain and display types of common points used in geometrical drawing: Straight line intersecting straight line. Straight line intersecting curved line Curved line intersecting curved line Explain line concept, i.e, a point that moves evenly (straight line) or moves unevenly (curved line) Explain plane concept, i.e., a flat surface of various shapes but of no thickness . Use a piece of paper as example of a sample plane Appendix 4/1: Method of marking points and types of lines

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Lines a. Construction of lines b. Division of lines

Level 1 • Construct various types of lines - Parallel lines. - Perpendicular lines. • Divide lines according to given criteria: - Bisect a line. - Divide into equal division. - Divide according to given ratio.

Show a few example of pictures that show parallel line as in: - Fence grill - Stadium track  Explain parallel lines concept.  Demonstrate how parallel line can be constructed by T square and set square.  Demonstrate how to construct perpendicular line on horizontal, vertical and inclination lines  Demonstrate how to divide a line into two equal lengths and divide them into variouslengths.  Demonstrate how to divide lines. 

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Understand the plane concept. Construct horizontal, vertical and incline parallel lines using various drawing instruments. Construct perpendicular line on horizontal, vertical and inclination lines Construct the parallel line on a perpendicular line. Use geometrical method to divide the line given into two parts. Divide a line into several parts of the same length . Divide a line based on ratio given.

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Angles a. Type of angles b. Construction of angles c. Division of angles

Level 1 • Identify various type of angles. • Construct various type of angles. • Divide angles into equal parts. • Transferring angles.

Explain types of angle and their characteristics and also examples of angle: - Right angle - Obtuse angle - Acute angle - Complementary angle - Explementary angle - Reflex angle • Demonstrate how to construct 90º,60º ,30º,15º and 75ºangles using geometrical/plane methods. • Demonstratehow to divide angles. • Demonstrate how to divide the same angle can be transferred to another location. Appendix 4/2 Types of angle

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

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Triangles a. Types and characteristics of triangles b. Construction of triangles

Level 1 • Identify types and characteristics of triangles: - Equilateral - Isosceles - Right triangle - Scalene

On charts prepare types of triangle. Appendix 4/3 Triangular terms

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Demonstrate how to construct various triangles : - Three sided - Two sided and an Included angle or based angle

Identify types and characteristics of triangle on worksheet given. Construct various triangle: - Three sided - Two sided and an included angle. - Base and two based angles.

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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.

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Base and two base angles.
• Demonstrate how to construct triangles using three median method. • • • • • Use given perimeter and side proportion to construct triangles. Use given right angle, hypotenuse and a side to construct triangle. Use given base length, angle and vertex to construct triangle. Use given base length, vertex angle and height to construct triangle. Use given perimeter, height and vertex to construct triangle.

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 • Demonstrate how to construct triangles using the criteria given. • Use three medians given to construct triangle.

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Quadrilaterals a. Types and characteristics of quadrilateral b. Construction of quadrilaterals

Level 1 • Identify types and characteristics 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 and display charts or trenparencies types and characteristics of rectangle Explain side and diagonal of quadrilateral plane Explain methods to construct various type of quadrilateral

With a side and diagonal measurement given, construct a square and a rectangle With adjacent sides given , construct a parallelogram and dimension of the following: - Include angle - Diagonal

Construct a rhombhus when sides and angles are given

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Polygons a. Types and characteristics of polygons b. Construction of regular polygons

Level 1 • Identify types of: - Regular polygons - Irregular polygons • Construct regular pentagon based on given criteria: - Sides - Circumscribed circle. Construct regular hexagon based on given criteria: - Sides - Length across flats - Length across corners.

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


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Scale a. Types of scale b. Ways of stating scale c. Application of scale ruler

Level 1 • Identify types of scale: Common scale Diagonal scale • Mention scale by: - Ratio - Fraction - Statement Level 2  Use correct technique of scale ruler with certain ratio.

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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. 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. Explain and demonstrate two plane diagrams of asimilar shapes but different in sizes. Explain and differentiate the two plane diagrams; being similar but with differences in side length or areas Explain the differences of reduction or enlargement as in side ratio and area ratio and their relations. Demonstrate methods to construct

Students discuss and observe the scales line on scale rulers group.

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Reduction and Enlargement

Level 1 • Explain the concept of reduction and enlargement. • Differentiate the reduction or enlargement between side ratio and area ratio. Construct by reduced or enlarged plane diagram

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Construct by reduced or enlarged plane diagram with given: - Area ratio.

Demonstrate methods to construct reduced or enlarged plane diagram based on given area ratio Appendix 4/4 Enlargement / reduction concept of side ratio.

Construct by enlarged or reduced of same plane diagram based on given area ratio.

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Figure of Equal Area a. Concept of area according to stage of transformation

Level 1 • Explain the concept of equal area. • Identify diagrammatic transformation of shape of equal area. • Construct various diagram of equal area. - Polygon to triangle. - Triangle to rectangle. - Rectangle 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 rectangle. • Demonstrate how to construct rectangle to square of equal area. • Demonstrate how polygon are change into triangle of equal area. • Distribute worksheets to students. • Explain and demonstrate how to construct triangle with one given side. • Explain and demonstrate how to construct a rectangle to another

Construct diagrams of equal area: - Triangle to another triangle with one of its side given. - Triangle to rectangle. - Rectangle to square. Construct a triangle of equal area to another triangle with one given side. Construct a quadrilateral side equal area to another quadrilateral with a given side. Construct a quadrilateral of equal area as a polygon.

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Develop sequential transformation of polygon to square.

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Circles a. Terms and characteristics of circles b. Construction of circles and arcs

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 - Diameter - 3 points.

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Use transparencies or graphic materials to explain terms and characteristics of circles. Explain and show how teo cords can determine centre of circle or arc. Explain and show how to construct a circle based on criteria given: - 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.

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Ellipse And Parabola a. Characteristics of ellipse and parabola b. Construction of ellipse c. Construction of parabola

Level 1 • • • • 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.

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Construct ellipse with major and minor axis length given. Construct ellipse in rectangle. Construct parabola by rectangular method.

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Appendix 4/7 Ellipse, parabola and hyperbola • •

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Tangents a. Concepts and characteristics of tangent b. Construction of line tangential to a circle c. Construction of circle tangential to a line d. Construction of circle tangential to

Level 1 • Explain the concepts and characteristics of tangency - Tangent between line and circle. - Tangent between circle and another circle. Explain the concept of tangent line (straight line touching to circle or curve). Explain the concept of tangent line on two curves or two circles. Explain the concept when internal and external of two circles touch each other. Explain and show methods to construct a tangent ial circle Draw a circle tangential to a line

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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.

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Draw a common tangent line touching outer two circles externally. Explain and show how to construct a common tangential line on inner. 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 point given. Explain and show how to construct a circle through point Pand tangential to two lines. Explain and show how to construct a circle touching another outer circle. Explain and show how to construct a circle touching another inner circle.


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to: another circle • • outside circle. Explain and show how to construct a circle touching another circle and line at point P. Explain and distribute question worksheet related to tangent. • and a line at point P. Apply concepts and characteristics of tangent to complete exercises on worksheets.

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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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UNIT 5 : COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING ( CAD ) I
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Introduction to CAD a. Facilities of CAD System b. Advantage and Disadvantage of CAD c. CAD Software

Level 1 • Define CAD. • Identify the facilities of CAD system. • Use PC Hardware - Input device - Output device - Printer - Plotter • Explain tadvantages and disadvantages of CAD compared to the conventional method. Level 2 • Familiarize with CAD Software and its functions.

Distribute notes; Defination of CAD (Computer Aided Drafting). - Computer hardware (output device, input, printer and plotter). - Example of AutoCAD drawing. - Example of conventional drawing. Explain and demonstrate actual hardware. Explain and present prepared simple diagram of AutoCAD drawing. - Demonstration showing advantages of Auto CAD. Discuss advantages and -

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AutoCAD Software Commands Management

Level 1 • Use drawing file command : - New - Open - Limit - Qsave - Quit/Exit/End • Use Auto CAD Software command: a. Drawing - Line - Circle - Erase - Oops - Arc b. Modify - Erase - Trim c. Osnap - Tangent - Center - Perpendicular

Distribute commands notes “AutoCAD file operation”. Appendix 5/1 Display of pull-down menu – file operation commands.

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AutoCAD application in producing simple plane diagram

Level 2 • Construct simple plane diagram using familiarized command.

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Concepts and Symbols of First and Third Angle Projections

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

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Compare and construct concepts and symbols of first and third angles projection. Draw first and third angles projection symbols.

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6.2 Principle of Quadrants in the First and Third Angle Projections Level 2 • Explain the principle of quadrants in the first and third angle projections. • Demonstrate on transparencies principles of quadrant for first and third angles projection. • Compare first and third angles projection principle.

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Construction of Third Angle Orthographic Projection

Level 1 • Construct third angle orthographic projection of geometrical solids as follows: solid flat surface only solid inclined surface solid 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 surfaces by third angles orthographic projection. Appendix 6/3 Sample of orthographic projection.

Construct flat, inclined and circle surface drawings by orthographic projection.

Construct and demonstrate orthographic projection of geometrical solid on oblique and solid curve surfaces. Appendix 6/4 Inclined and curve surface of orthographic projection drawings.

Construct oblique and curve surfaces by orthographic projection.

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Dimensioning of Orthographic Projections Concept and use of dimensioning a. Components of

Level 1 • Explain the concept and dimensioning in orthographic projections: Unidirectional system

Prepare orthographic drawing handouts. Explain concept and component of

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b. dimensioning Types of dimension Aligned system • dimensions. Demonstrate and explain methods of - unidirectional system - aligned system - unidirectional system - aligned system

LEARNING AREA c. Techniques of dimensioning •

LEARNING OUTCOMES Use extension line dimension line, arrow head and leaders according to standard guidelines Identify types of dimension: size location radius circle angle text

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Level 2 • Apply dimensioning techniques on Orthographic 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 as in Mechanical Drawing, Building Drawing , etc.

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7.1

Concepts of Additional Views

Level 1 • • Explain the concepts of Additional View. Differentiate between Additional View and Orthographic Projection. Prepare sample drawing to explain concepts of additional views. Appendix 7/1 Auxiliary views of depth • Prepare/collect samples of additional view and orthographic projection drawing •

Resources: 1. Orthographic projection drawing of solid having inclined surface. 2. Model of solid having inclined surface

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Types of Additional Views a. b. Auxiliary view Revolved view

Level 1 • Explain different types of additional views Auxiliary view Revolved view

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Study conscientiously type of of additional views. - Auxiliary view - Revolving vie • Compare auxiliary view with revolve view

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• Appendix7/3 Compare of additional view and revolved view. Appendix 7/4 Compare of additional view and orthographic view.

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Construction of Auxiliary Views

Level 2 • Construct auxiliary views for geometrical solid based on : - auxiliary views of Height - auxiliary views of Width - auxiliary views of Depth • Use of auxiliary views to determine - True length - True angle - True shape

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Appendix 7/6 True length, true angle and true shape

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Application of Auxiliary Views in engineering field

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UNIT 8 : ISOMETRIC DRAWING
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8.1

Concepts of Isometric Drawing a. Isometric axis b. Characteristics of Isometric Drawing

Level 1 • Explain the concept of Isometric: - normal axis - horizontal axis - reversed axis • Identify Isometric Drawing characteristics: - isometric line - non-isometric line - angle in isometric - circle in isometric - curve in isometric

Explain Isometric Projection concept. Appendix 8/1 Isometric Projection Concept Explain isometric axes: - Normal axis - Longitudinal axis - Reversed axis Appendix 8/2 Isometric Axis Demonstrate characteristics of isometric drawing - Isometric lines - Non Isometric lines - Isometric angle - Isometric circle - Curves in isometric - Arcs/circles in isometric - Isometric planes - Non isometric planes

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Draw Isometric Drawing from Orthographic Projections.

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Teachers Guide Book Appendix 8/3 Characteristics of Isometric drawing Assess isometric drawing produced.

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Construction of Isometric Drawing on Normal Axis a. Box method b. Frame method

Level 1 • Construct Isometric Drawing of geometrical solid by: - Box method - Frame method • Construct isometric circles using four-centre method. • Construct curves in isometric plane using coordinate method. • Construct Isometric Drawing of geometrical solid having surfaces: - Flat - Inclined - Rounded Level 2 • Construct Isometric Drawing of geometrical solid having:

Demonstrate and describe methods to construct isometric drawing by - Box method - Frame method Appendix 8/4 Isometric construction method. Demonstrate and explain ways to construct - Isometric circle/arc using four centred method. - Isometric curve using ordinate method. Appendix 8/5 Methods of constructing isometric circle and curve. Demonstrate and explain ways to determine position of Isometric Drawing from the angle given. Appendix 8/6

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Dimensioning of Isometric Drawing

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.

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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 fields. • Construct exploded Isometric Drawing for objects or components and of various engineering fields based on exercises or questions given by teacher.

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UNIT 9 : OBLIQUE DRAWING
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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

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 obliqu Level 1 • Identify types of Oblique Drawing:

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

Explain concept of circle, curve and arc in Oblique Drawing Appendix 9/1 Receding axis in Oblique Drawing Appendix 9/2 Characteristics of Oblique Drawing.

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Types of Oblique Drawing

Show samples of common oblique, cavalier oblique and

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Teachers Guide Book - Common Oblique - Cavalier Oblique - Cabinet Oblique • cabinet oblique Use transparencies to explain concept of Oblique Drawing

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Selection of orientation of oblique drawing

Level 2 • Select the best orientation to produce oblique drawing

Explain and show methods of selecting suitable orientation based on the characteristics of oblique drawing on transparencies. Appendix 9/4 Selection of orientation Obliq Drawing

Students select and determine the most suitable oblique drawing orientation

• 9.4 Constructions of oblique drawing a. Box method b. Frame method 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 ENGINEERING DRAWING ISSC

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Dimensioning of oblique drawing

Level 1 • Dimension oblique drawing

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Students use unidirectional and aligned system to dimensionise Oblique Drawing.

9.6

Application of oblique drawing in engineering field

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

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UNIT 10 : PERSPECTIVE DRAWING
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10.1

Concept of perspective drawing

Level 1 • Explain the concept of perspective drawing. • Explain concept. Perspective Drawing • Student identify Perspective Drawing.

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Types of Perspective Drawing a. One-point Perspective b. Two-point Perspective c. Three-point Perspective

Level 1 • Identify and differentiate types of perspective drawing: a. One-point Perspective b. Two-point Perspective c. Three-point Perspective  Explain and identify types of perspective drawing: - One point perspective - Two point perspective - Three point perspective Demonstrate the differences of perspective drawing of 1 point, 2 points and 3 points. • • • • Students identify types of perspective drawing: One point perspective Two points perspective Three points perspective

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10.3

Elements of Perspective Drawing

Level 1 • Explain the function of elements in perspective drawing: - Station Point (SP) - Viewing Lines(VL) - Picture Plane (PP) - Horizon (H) - Vanishing Point (VP) - Ground line (GL) - True Height. (TH) Level 1 2) Construct One-point Perspective Drawing for a solid with flat surface, inclined surface and oblique surface. Level 2 3) Construct Two-point

Define meaning and element concept in Perspective Drawing Appendix 10/2 Pictorial diagram of perspective concept.

Students identify elemens of Perspective Drawing and its functions.

10.4

Construction of Perspective Drawing 1. One-point Perspective 2. Two-point Perspective

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• Explain orientation effects on top view, station point, horizon line and position of an object. Appendix 10/3 One point Perspective Drawing Appendix 10/4 Two-point Perspective Drawing

based on exercises given by teacher.

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Application of Perspective Drawing in engineering field

Level 3 • Apply perspective drawing for objects or components in various engineering fields.

Demonstrate samples of perspective drawing which are used in various engineering fields.

Students produce,use and classify Perspective Drawing of various engineering fields. .

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UNIT 11 : COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING ( CAD ) II
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11.1

Application of Various Command to Construct Block Drawing a. Orthographic Projection Drawing in Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) b. Isometric Drawing

Level 1 • Use Auto CAD software commands: - Snap - Grid - Trim - Undo - Redo - Block - Insert - Dist - Offset - Polygon - Ellipse - Dtext - Pline • Draw title block

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Preparation of equipment. A set of computer equipment with the latest AutoCAD software. Printer / plotter Distribute AutoCAD printed notes commands. Teacher prepares a simple drawing module in diskettes. Appendix 11/1 Complete the orthographic drawing using AutoCAD software commands. Appendix 11/2 Complete the isometric drawing using AutoCAD software commands. Appendix 11/3

Students use the AutoCAD software commands to complete drawing exercises in the diskette.

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Level 2 • Apply Layers • Use AutoCad Software command to construct 2D block diagrams: - orthographic projection drawing - isometric drawing

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CAD Text and Dimensioning

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Use of text commands and dimension in • Computer Aided Drafting drawing: - Mtext - Dtext - Dim

Prepare example of block diagram in diskettes to fill in text commands and dimensioning. Distribute text commands and dimensioning printed notes. Appendix 11/4 Layer applications in Orthographic Drawing.

Student uses the drawing in the diskette according to AutoCAD software commands.

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Printing the Computer Aided Drafting Drawing

Level 1 • Explain Print command. • Print computer aided drafting assignment.

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Teacher prepares printing output on different types of paper. Example: - Transparency paper. - Card paper. - A3 paper. Distribute printing manual notes. Teacher prepares diskettes or student AutoCAD Drawing output.

Identify the commands used to print from a given or available file.

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UNIT 12 : INTERSECTION DRAWING
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12.1

Concepts of intersections a. Between two lines b. Between line and plane c. Between two planes

Level 1 • Explain the concepts of intersection: - between two lines - between line and plane - between two planes

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Explain concepts of intersection between two lines. Explain concepts of intersection between line and plane. Appendix 12/1 Intersection : - Between two lines - Between line and plane

Draw a few examplees of intersection lines and determine the intersection points. Draw a few examplees of intersection between line and plane and determine the intersection points. Draw intersection lines or intersection curves between two solids.

Explain concepts of intersection between two planes. - Flat surface and flat surface - Flat surface and curved surface - Curved surface and curved surface Appendix 12/2

Resources: 1. Samples of drawing.

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2. 3. Sample drawings of various engineering field. Intersected solid models.

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Methods of Determining Lines and Curves of Intersection a. Edge view method b. Cutting plane method

Level 2 • Determine the intersection points by using: - edge view method. - cutting plane method.


Present and show the intersection diagram by edge-view method. Present and show the intersection diagram by cutting plane method.


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Determine intersection points between two lines by edge view method. Determine the lines of intersection curves by edge view method. Determine lines or intersection curves by cutting plane method.

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Application of Intersection Drawing a. Intersection between two solid objects at right angle and other angles (non-offset) i. ii. iii. iv. Solid prism Solid cylinder Solid pyramid Solid cone

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Determine points of intersection and construct lines or intersection curves between two solid objects at right angle and other angles (nonoffset). Solid prism Solid cylinder Solid pyramid Solid cone

Demonstrate how to construct and determine the intersection lines between two prisms. Appendix 12/4 Intersection between two prisms

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Demonstrate how to construct and determine the intersection lines between two cylinders. Appendix 12/5 Intersection between two cylinders

Level 3 • Construct lines and intersection curves of object or components.

Demonstrate how to construct and determine the intersection lines between two pyramid and prism.

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UNIT 13 : DEVELOPMENTS
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13.1

Concepts of Developments a. True length b. True angle c. True shape

Level 1 Explain the principles of developments - true length - true angle - true shape Identify the lines in orthographic projection which are not the true lengths.

Prepare object and sample of components which are produced in developmental process. Demonstrate examples of development of a box to show an object which is extended flat on a plane. Demonstrate how to determine true length, true angles and true shape of Developments are used. Demonstrate how revolving method can determine true length. Link to with Auxilary Views

Students identify the periphery needed to determine Revolving Method. • Determine true length based on Revolving Method. Resources: Folded hollow blocks that can be developed Activities: Video shows / CD-ROM - To construct parallel-line developments and radial-line developments of hollowed geometrical blocks.

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Classification of Solid Objects and Types of Developments Prism and cylinder i. Parallel-line method Pyramid and cone i. Radial-line method Transition parts i. Triangulatio n method

Level 1 Identify the classification of blocks and types of development drawing. - Prism and cylinder - Pyramid and cone - Transition parts

Demonstrate or use transparencies to show types of solid and their classifications. Explain and classify groups of solid and methods used for development.

Students identify how to classify blocks and methods of development used.

13.3

Application of Developments of Regular Solids a. Parallel – line method b. Radial – line

Level 1 State common terminologies in development drawing: - elements - stretch-out lines - fold line - seam

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Teachers Guide Book method Explain and demonstrate Development by Parallel Line method for - Vertical, oblique and truncated prisms - Vertical, oblique and truncated cyclinders

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Level 2 Construct the development of solids by using parallel line method for : - vertical oblique and truncated prisms - Vertical and truncated oblique cylinders. Construct development of solid by using radial line method for - Vertical and truncated pyramids. - Vertical and truncated cones.

Appendix 13/4 Parallel Line Method Development Explain and demonstrate Development using Radial Line method in - Vertical and truncated pyramids - Vertical and truncated cones Appendix 13/5 Radial Line Method Development

Students are aware of terms used in Development. Students construct Development by Parallel Line method for - Vertical, oblique and truncated prisms - Vertical, oblique and truncated cyclinders

Students construct Development using Radial Line method for - Vertical and truncated pyramids - Vertical and truncated cones

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UNIT 14 : SECTIONAL VIEW
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14.1

Concepts of Sectional views a. b. c. d. Cutting plane Cutting plane line Sectioned area Sectional line

Level 1 • Explain concept of sectional views • Apply principle projection of sectional views to produce a clear and effective view • Use cutting plane • Use cutting lines • Use break symbol

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In groups, students use AVA to discuss Sectioning Concepts

14.2

Types of sectional views a. Full section b. Offset section c. Half section d. Broken-out section

Level 1 • Understand types of sectional views Level 2

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Teachers Guide Book e. Removed section f. Revolved section g. Aligned section • Select and project sectional views of suitable related object.

views on chart / transparencies Demonstrate correct methods to construct accurate / precise sectional lines

Students construct or draw Sectioning Views of simple blocks given Students use shade bystandard hatching

Appendix 14/2 Sectional Line

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14.3

Application of Sectional Views a. Full section b. Offset section c. Aligned section

Level 2 • Construct sectional views of simple machine components - full section - offset section - aligned section

Explain and demonstrate methods to construct and draw Sectional View of the following : - Full Section - Offset Section - Aligned Section Appendix 14/3 Offset Section

Students construct related Sectioning Views

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UNIT 15 : MECHANICAL DRAWING
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15.1

Introduction a. Types of mechanical drawing b. Normal practice and conventions of Mechanical Drawing

Level 1 Identify and differentiate types of mechanical drawing. d. Detailed/working drawing e. Assembly drawing Identify and comply to the normal practise and conventions in mechanical drawing.   Prepare and gather true samples of mechanical drawing. Prepare and label samples of machine components related to the convention of Mechanical Drawing. Prepare sample transparencies of detail drawings, working drawings and Assembly Drawings. In detail explain concept and scope of mechanical drawing. • Students examine and differentiate actual sample of mechanical drawing. Understanding parts of machine components exhibited. Follow and obey conventional practice of mechanical drawing. Understand concept and scope of mechanical drawing.

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Application of Mechanical Drawing for Single Symmetrical Machine Component Orthographic projection drawing Sectional views

Level 2 • Draw Mechanical Drawing for a single symmetrical machine component complying to common practise and related conventions Draw sectional views of a single symmetrical machine component complying to common practise and related conventions.

Use models to explain mechanical drawing methods of simple components. Demonstrate application of Orthographic Projections in sectioning drawing. Guide students to draw mechanical drawing of various level of difficulties from single component and with several type of conventional practices. Appendix 15/1 Sample Question of Machine Drawing. Appendix 15/2 Sample Answer of Machine Drawing.

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Draw Sectioning Drawing as applied in Orthographic Projection. Draw Mechanical Drawing of single component but of various level of difficulties and with several kind of convetional practices.

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UNIT 16 : BUILDING DRAWING
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16.1

Introduction a. Types of building drawing b. Standard architectural symbols

Level 1 • Identify and differentiate types of building drawing - plan drawing - elevation/view drawing - sectional drawing - detailed drawing Identify the use of standard architectural symbols in building drawing • • Collect and prepare sample of building drawing. Show sample of Building Drawng and explain the differences between: - Layout Drawing - Elevation Drawing - Sectional Drawing - Detailed Drawing Show and explain standard architectural symbols in Building Drawing and clarify their uses. • Students discuss the different types of Building Drawing.

Students draw symbols based on actual objects and match to their usages.

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Application of Building Drawings of Single and Double-Storey Residential Building a. Scale in Building Drawing (1:50 , 1:100) b. Elevation/View drawing c. Floor plan d. Roof plan

Level 2 • Draw Orthographic Projection of single and double-storey residential building. a. Plan Drawing - floor plan - roof plan b. Elevation/View Drawing

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Prepare a single-storey building model complete with roof which could be opened. Prepare Ortographic Projection questions to complete the views/elevation. Prepare answers on transperancies. Model aided, teacher explains types of roof such as; - Hip roof ( limas ) - Gable roof ( tebeng layar ) - Lean to roof ( pisang sesikat ) Prepare actual plan and instruct students to recopy basing on a certain scale. Appendix 16/1 a ) Location plan. b ) Floor plan. c ) Roof plan

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UNIT 17 : PIPING DRAWING
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17.1

Introduction to Piping Drawing a. Types of Piping Drawing b. Standard Piping Symbols

Level 1 • Identify and differentiate types of Piping Drawing: - orthographic piping - isometric piping Identify the functions of standard piping symbols. Explain domestic piping system. Explain and comply to piping regulation in producing Piping Drawing.

Collect and prepare - Actual piping fittings - Examples of Piping Drawing/ Layout Collect and prepare samples of actual pipe fitting and Piping Drawing/Layout Explain and illustrate types of Piping Drawing/Layout and standard piping symbols with the aid of charts and transparencies. Explain and exhibit to show differences between Orthographic Piping Drawing and Isometric Piping Drawing on charts or transparencies. Demonstrate and explain standard

Analyze domestic piping system and draw Orthographic Piping Drawing/Layout.

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Application of Piping Drawing for a SingleStorey Residential Building a. Orthographic Piping Drawing

Level 2 • Draw Orthographic Piping Drawing from Isometric Piping Drawing of a singlestorey building.

Demonstrate method of Orthographic Piping Drawing on charts or transparencies. Distribute related questions and discuss with students. Appendix 17/1 Isometric Piping Drawing Appendix 17/2 Orthographic Piping Drawing. Appendix 17/3 Oral/ Writing exercises.

Student draw Orthographic Piping Drawing on worksheets.

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UNIT 18 : ELECTRICAL DRAWING
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18.1

Introduction to Electrical Drawing Types of Electrical Drawing Standard Electrical symbols

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 photographs of electrical equipments. Present and demonstrate different type of electrical symbols on charts and transparencies. Demonstrate and explain standard symbols using actual accessories and appliances and audio video aids.

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Application of Electrical Drawing Drawing of domestic layout plan

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

Students complete domestic layout plans together with their accessories.

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UNIT 19 : ELECTRONIC DRAWING
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19.1

Introduction to Electronic Drawing a. Types of Electronic Drawings b. Standard symbols of Electronic Components - functions - polarities

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

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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. Trace wiring circuit and printed circuit.

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Teachers Guide Book 19.2 Application of Electronic Drawing a. Simple schematic circuit 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 of correct polarity. • Students draws simple Schematic Circuit given on worksheets.

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