Syllbas

Advance Woodworking

Course Description: Advanced Woodworking, #1535

Length: Two Semesters Grades: 10, 11, and 12 Prerequisite: Woodworking Technology and Wood Processing or General Woodworking or teacher approval.

Credit:

 

This course will focus on developing individual creativity and woodworking talents. Emphasis is placed on advanced woodworking techniques. Students will effectively and safely operate machines involving jigs, fixtures, and other computer-aided equipment used in the woodworking industry. This class is part of the Manufacturing/Wood Youth Apprenticeship.

 

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this Advance Woodworking Course, the student will be able to:

  1. Identify various wood processes.
  2. Explain various wood processes.
  3. Demonstrate various wood processes.

 

Attendance/Tardiness

Students should be seated when the bell rings. Each student is expected to be in class each day. If you miss a class with an excused absence, it is your responsibility to see the teacher for hand-outs and any assignments you’ve missed. Unexcused absences and Tardiness will require a Truancy Referral to be filed.

 

Others:

A pen or pencil, notepaper and folder are required for all classes. The teacher will not supply these items. Failure to bring these materials to class will result in you showing up for mandatory overtime at 7:00am. Restrooms are to be used before class. No passes will be given. Disruptions, rude behavior, vandalism, stealing, peer intimidation, and insubordination will result in mandatory overtime. All projects done in class will not contain any offensive language or gestures, tobacco or alcohol related objects or sayings.

 

The Technology Labs are open daily at 7:00am for student to work or get extra help on a class assigned project.

 

Grading:

Your grade will be based on the points that you have accumulated on your quizzes, projects and participation. See the grading scale below.

 100-90%                     =A

 89-80%                      =B

79-70%                       =C

69-60%                       =D

59- 0%                        =F

General Woodworking

Course Description:

General Woodworking, #1573

Length: Two Semesters Grades: 10, 11 and 12 Prerequisite: None Credit: 1 Elective

 

This course is designed to familiarize students with various woodworking techniques and project designs. Students will have the opportunity to design and build projects utilizing different wood processes. Students will learn to operate small tools, large tools, and computer-aided equipment safely and effectively. Emphasis is on problem solving, material selection, safety, machine operation, fabrication and finishing.

 

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this General Woodworking Course, the student will be able to:

  1. Identify various wood processes.
  2. Explain various wood processes.
  3. Demonstrate various wood processes.

 

Attendance/Tardiness

Students should be seated when the bell rings. Each student is expected to be in class each day. If you miss a class with an excused absence, it is your responsibility to see the teacher for hand-outs and any assignments you’ve missed. Unexcused absences and Tardiness will require a Truancy Referral to be filed.

 

Others:

A pen or pencil, notepaper and folder are required for all classes. The teacher will not supply these items. Failure to bring these materials to class will result in you showing up for mandatory overtime at 7:00am. Restrooms are to be used before class. No passes will be given. Disruptions, rude behavior, vandalism, stealing, peer intimidation, and insubordination will result in mandatory overtime. All projects done in class will not contain any offensive language or gestures, tobacco or alcohol related objects or sayings.

 

The Technology Labs are open daily at 7:00am for student to work or get extra help on a class assigned project.

 

Grading:

Your grade will be based on the points that you have accumulated on your quizzes, projects and participation. See the grading scale below.

 

            100-90%                     =A

 89-80%                      =B

79-70%                       =C

69-60%                       =D

59- 0%                        =F