Industrial Technology

The following table is a listing of courses available and in what year students may take each course.  For specific information about each class, click the plus sign next to the course title.

Freshmen Sophomore
• Technical Drafting A • Architecture A
• Technical Drafting B • Architecture B
• Woods Technology I • Engineering A
  • Engineering B
  • Technical Drafting A
  • Technical Drafting B
  • Woods Technology I
  • Woods Technology II
   
Junior Senior
• Advanced Woods Technology III • Advanced Woods Technology III
• Advanced Woods Technology IV • Advanced Woods Technology IV
• Architecture A • Architecture A
• Architecture B • Architecture B
• Engineering A • Engineering A
• Engineering B • Engineering B
• Technical Drafting A • Industrial Studio
• Technical Drafting B • Technical Drafting A
• Woods Technology I • Technical Drafting B
• Woods Technology II • Woods Technology I
  • Woods Technology II

 

Advanced Woods Technology III

Course Title:
Advanced Woods Technology III

Prerequisite:
Woods Tech 2 and teacher approval

Grade Level:
11, 12

Credit:
1.0

Course Duration:
Two Semesters

Course Description:
This course is designed for students interested in continuing in our woodworking program to acquire lifelong skills in the area of woodworking and manufacturing. During this advanced course, students will continue to build on their knowledge in planning a project, researching and selecting materials, and using tools and machines, to produce a finished product. Additionally, students will learn advanced joinery, construction, and finishing techniques. Emphasis will be on safety and quality of craftsmanship. Students will start with one required advanced-level project, then select the rest on their own. All projects must be pre-approved by the instructor. This class reflects the responsibility required for the world of work, and each student will be held accountable for attendance and participation in all class activities. Students are required to pay for material use

Advanced Woods Technology IV

Course Title:
Advanced Woods Technology IV

Prerequisite:
Woods Tech 3 and teacher approval

Grade Level:
11, 12

Credit:
1.0

Course Duration:
Two Semesters

Course Description:
This course is designed for students interested in continuing in our woodworking program to acquire lifelong skills in the area of woodworking and manufacturing. During this advanced course, students will continue to build on their knowledge in planning a project, researching and selecting materials, and using tools and machines, to produce a finished product. Additionally, students will learn advanced joinery, construction, and finishing techniques. Emphasis will be on safety and quality of craftsmanship. Students will start with one required advanced-level project, then select the rest on their own. All projects must be pre-approved by the instructor. This class reflects the responsibility required for the world of work, and each student will be held accountable for attendance and participation in all class activities. Students are required to pay for material use

Architecture A

Course Title:
Architecture A

Prerequisite:
Technical Drafting A & B

Grade Level:
10, 11, 12

Credit:
0.5

Course Duration:
One Semester

Course Description:
This class is designed for students interested in an exposure to Architectural drafting. Students will draw a residential building composed of Foundation, Floor Plans. Elevations and Details. Industry reference sources and architectural trade magazines are used. Traditional building construction is applied.

Architecture B

Course Title:
Architecture B

Prerequisite:
Technical Drafting A & B

Grade Level:
10, 11, 12

Credit:
0.5

Course Duration:
One Semester

Course Description:
This course is designed for students interested in the presentation/ artistic skills related to architectural drafting. Students will learn how to draw 1-point and 2-point perspectives. All art pieces are building construction related.

Engineering A

Course Title:
Engineering A

Prerequisite:
Technical Drafting A & B

Grade Level:
10, 11, 12

Credit:
0.5

Course Duration:
One Semester

Course Description:
This is an advanced industrial Drawing course. The primary focus is with auto-body engineering working drawings and mechanical engineering parts. Units taught are primary and secondary auxiliaries, revolutions, and descriptive geometry with reference and datum dimensions. Manufacturing processes are covered. Problem-solving is highly expected.

Engineering B

Course Title:
Engineering B

Prerequisite:
Engineering A

Grade Level:
10, 11, 12

Credit:
0.5

Course Duration:
One Semester

Course Description:
This course is designed for the engineering student interested in learning systems to build working prototypes. These prototypes are built via CAD and scaled models which are used in the field of manufacturing.

Industrial Studio

Course Title:
Industrial Studio

Prerequisite:
Three drafting classes & teacher approval

Grade Level:
12

Credit:
0.5

Course Duration:
One Semester

Course Description:
This course is designed for students who have chosen a career pathway in Engineering/ Manufacturing, Architecture or Industrial Technology. The student will independently research higher-level training, apprenticeship and or education in their specific field of study. Other units of study are goal writing, portfolio building, employability skills, presentation work, historical events and current events in their field of choice. Students are required to attend a one-day job shadow.

Technical Drafting A

Course Title:
Technical Drafting A

Prerequisite:
None

Grade Level:
9, 10, 11, 12

Credit:
0.5

Course Duration:
One Semester

Course Description:
This course is the study of communication through technical/industrial drawings, sketches, charts, graphs, and maps. Units taught are: measuring, lettering, spatial relations through 3-View drawings. Flat, circular and incline objects along with dimensions are drawn. Industrial standard measurements of fractions, decimal and millimeters are used. Manual and CAD drafting practices are taught.

Technical Drafting B

Course Title:
Technical Drafting B

Prerequisite:
Passing grade in Technical Drafting A

Grade Level:
9, 10, 11, 12

Credit:
0.5

Course Duration:
One Semester

Course Description:
This course is the second class in teaching Industrial drawings. Units taught are primarily using Computer Aided Drafting software. Basic CAD principles are used to complete: Sections, Auxiliary views, and Surface Developments. Industrial standard measurements and tools are used.

Woods Technology I

Course Title:
Woods Technology I

Prerequisite:
None

Grade Level:
9, 10, 11, 12

Credit:
1.0

Course Duration:
Two Semesters

Course Description:
Students will be provided information about proper usage of wood shop, hand tools, power equipment, blueprint reading, project layout, making patterns, finishing methods and assembly. Safety, teamwork, attitude and pride in work are also stressed. Building self-confidence, quality work, performance, and respect are class outcomes. Students are required to pay for materials used.

Woods Technology II

Course Title:
Woods Technology II

Prerequisite:
Woods Technology I

Grade Level:
10, 11, 12

Credit:
1.0

Course Duration:
Two Semesters

Course Description:
This is an advanced course designed to increase knowledge and skill development in the basic areas covered in Woods Technology I. Students will have an opportunity to select their own projects, but must have instructors permission. Students are required to pay for materials used.