Weekly outline

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    dual credit forms to fill out      

  • sep 19 -sep 21

    Monday: Students will be able to… Identify main parts of a wall fame

    MP#1-I can solve problems without giving up.

    If applicable, please elaborate:  Click here to enter text.

    Questioning[1]

    If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

    ü  Bell Ringer:  wall frame questions

    ü  Activities:- Design team- work to completion on floor plans and elevations. Safety team- work to completion of job safety analysis. Discuss building of intersecting corners.  Continue completion of mock wall including rough openings.

    ü  Homework: 

    ü  Materials/Web Resources:internet, textbook,


     

    Tuesday: Students will be able to define technical terms for wall framing

    MP#3-I can explain my thinking and try to understand others.

    If applicable, please elaborate: Click here to enter text.

    Select the most prominent RS being used in today's lesson.       

    If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

    ü  Bell Ringer:  wall frame questions                                                              

    ü  Activities:  define technical terms… when completed--Design team- continue work on drawings due end of class. Safety team and material, equip team- create material list for build. 

    ü  Closure:   

    ü  Homework: 

    ü  Materials/Web Resources:


    Wednesday: Students will be able tolayout tiny house floor plan

    MP#1-I can solve problems without giving up.

    If applicable, please elaborate: Click here to enter text.

    Activating Prior Knowledge     

    If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

    ü  Bell Ringer:  layout questions

    ü  Activities:watch youtube of “wallframing” taking notes : Start layout of tiny house on floor of shop. Start assembly of walls when complete.

    ü   

    ü  Homework: 

    ü  Materials/Web Resources: youtube, floor plans.


     

    Thursday: Students will be able to… build a tiny house

    MP#3-I can explain my thinking and try to understand others.

    If applicable, please elaborate: Click here to enter text.

    Activating Prior Knowledge     

    If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

    ü  Bell Ringer:  

    ü  Activities: continue building wall sections to plan.

    ü  Closure:  

    ü  Homework:  -

    ü  Materials/Web Resources:


    Friday: Students will be able tobuild a tiny house.

     

    MP#1-I can solve problems without giving up.

    If applicable, please elaborate: Click here to enter text.

    Questioning      

    If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

    ü  Bell Ringer:  rough framing questions

    ü  Activities:  continue building the tiny house to spec.

    ü  Closure:   

    ü  Homework:  -

    ü  Materials/Web Resources:



    [1] McEwan, E. K. (2015). Teach the Seven Strategies of Highly Effective Readers. Retrieved from All About Adolescent Literacy.



    • 21 September - 27 September

      Teacher / Course –      QUINLAN           CONSTRUCTION II

      Week: 

      Learning Standards:

      Common Core State Standards: Architecture & Construction Career Cluster® (AC)

      1. Use vocabulary, symbols and formulas common to architecture and construction.

      2. Use architecture and construction skills to create and manage a project.

      3. Comply with regulations and applicable codes to establish and manage a legal and safe workplace.

      4. Evaluate the nature and scope of the Architecture & Construction Career Cluster and the role of architecture and

      construction in society and the economy.

      5. Describe the roles, responsibilities and relationships found in the architecture and construction trades and

      professions, including labor/management relationships.

      6. Read, interpret and use technical drawings, documents and specifications to plan a project.

      7. Describe career opportunities and means to achieve those opportunities in each of the Architecture & Construction

      Career Pathways.

      Construction Career Pathway (AC-CST)

      1. Describe contractual relationships between all parties involved in the building process.

      2. Describe the approval procedures required for successful completion of a construction project.

      3. Implement testing and inspection procedures to ensure successful completion of a construction project.

      4. Apply scheduling practices to ensure the successful completion of a construction project.

      5. Apply practices and procedures required to maintain jobsite safety.

      6. Manage relationships with internal and external parties to successfully complete construction projects.

      7. Compare and contrast the building systems and components required for a construction project.

      8. Demonstrate the construction crafts required for each phase of a construction project.

      9. Safely use and maintain appropriate tools, machinery, equipment and resources to accomplish construction project

      goals.

      Design/Pre-construction Career Pathway (AC-DES)

      1. Justify design solutions through the use of research documentation and analysis of data.

      2. Use effective communication skills and strategies (listening, speaking, reading, writing and graphic communications)

      to work with clients and colleagues.

      3. Describe the requirements of the integral systems that impact the design of buildings.

      4. Apply building codes, laws and rules in the project design.

      5. Identify the diversity of needs, values and social patterns in project design, including accessibility standards.

      6. Apply the techniques and skills of modern drafting, design, engineering and construction to projects.

      7. Employ appropriate representational media to communicate concepts and project design.

      8. Apply standards, applications and restrictions pertaining to the selection and use of construction materials,

      components and assemblies

      English Language Arts

      Math8 Mathematical Practices


      Monday: Students will be able to… DAY 4, Design , build 2 story house.

      MP#6-I can work carefully and check my work.

      If applicable, please elaborate:  1,2,3,4

      Activating Prior Knowledge[1]

      If applicable, please describe other:  questioning, serac/select,Vis/org.

      • Bell Ringer:  Safety osha questions

      • Activities: Design team- design house with floor plans and elevations for both levels of house.

      •                       Safety team- identify safety hazards and relevant PPE for each task.

      • Homework

      • Materials/Web Resources:internet, Osha safety book, textbook, notebook, posterboard.


       

      Tuesday: Students will be able to… Day 5 Design, build two story house.

      Select the most prominent MP being used in today's lesson.

      If applicable, please elaborate: Click here to enter text.

      Select the most prominent RS being used in today's lesson.              

      If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

      • Bell Ringer:  On center spacing

      • Activities: Recall layout spacing for stud walls.  Design team- continue design. Safety team – continue safety plans.

              Closure:   

      • Homework

      • Materials/Web Resources:youtube  internet, Osha safety book, textbook, notebook, posterboard


      Wednesday: Students will be able to Day 6 Design/build house.

      MP#3-I can explain my thinking and try to understand others.

      If applicable, please elaborate: 5/6/7

      Searching & Selecting   

      If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

      • Bell Ringer:  layout questions

      • Activities: Design team- design house with floor plans and elevations for both levels of house.

      •                       Safety team- identify safety hazards and relevant PPE for each task

      •  

      • Homework

      • Materials/Web Resources:


       

      Thursday: Students will be able to…no school

      Select the most prominent MP being used in today's lesson.

      If applicable, please elaborate: Click here to enter text.

      Select the most prominent RS being used in today's lesson.              

      If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

      • Bell Ringer:  .

      • Activities:

      • Closure:  

      • Homework:  -

      • Materials/Web Resources:


      Friday: Students will be able to no school

       

      Select the most prominent MP being used in today's lesson.

      If applicable, please elaborate: Click here to enter text.

      Select the most prominent RS being used in today's lesson.              

      If applicable, please describe other:  Click here to enter text.

      • Bell Ringer:  

      • Activities

      • Closure:   

      • Homework:  -

      • Materials/Web Resources:



      [1] McEwan, E. K. (2015). Teach the Seven Strategies of Highly Effective Readers. Retrieved from All About Adolescent Literacy.

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