Mon: TI- No classes
Tue: TI- No classes
Wed: Intro to Collision introduction ( class expectations/overview) scavenger hunt activity
Thurs: collision class videos/Shop Safety intro (colors)/ safety color activity
Friday: Shop Safety (personal, general) power point/ student notes/exterior vehicle detail demo/meguiars products introduction and uses.
Mon: Review Safety colors-red, yellow, orange, green, black, white,purple. Fire classes a-b-c-d
(shop) Detailing shop exterior hands on wash(exterior of vehicle, engine compartment, rims tiers, glass)
Tue: Review previous safety, Finish fire safety/fire classes. proper fire extinguisher use
(shop) Detailing exterior wax
Wed: Safety team activity/safety quiz
(shop) Civic/Ram exterior wash and wax
Friday: Safety review/ safety test
(shop) complete exterior detail exam
Mon: MIG welding Intro - Getting to know the welder
Students will get a brief overview of the MIG welder and how it works (Safety). Then students will get to try the welder out for themselves using 20 Gauge metal.
Tue: Begin MIG welding notes "What is welding" Followed by welding activity
Wed: MIG welding Parts/Types. Followed by MIG welding activity
Thurs: MIG welding Quiz/ MIG welding Plug weld activity
Friday: Welding class work sheet/MIG welding bead weld activity
Welding shop Project Students will be separated into 4 groups using 4 different welders and perform various welds. Students will be given 10 20gauge coupons with 8 holes in each and have to fill each hole with a proper weld nugget. Project due 9/15
Mon: Welding project pt.1 50 passable I-Car plug welds
Tue. Welding project pt.1
wed. Welding project pt.1
Thurs. Welding project pt.1
Friday: Welding project pt.1
Mon: Finish up Plug welding projects/ Check all welds with I-CAR gauge as well as stress test.
Tue: Bead weld review/video/ worksheet
Wed: Welding vocab/ textbook review 25pts
Thurs: Welding shop safety video/ video worksheet 20pts
Friday: Welding project pt.2 35 passable bead welds (follow I-CAR methods minimum 1" maximum 1/1/2")
Welding shop Project Students will be separated into 4 groups using 4 different welders and perform various welds.
Mon: Review MIG welding practice projects/ MIG welder hands on student test 50pts
Tue: Overhead plug weld projects 50 passable over head welds. Due 9/27 end of 6th period
Wed: Overhead plug weld projects 50 passable over head welds. Due 9/27 end of 6th period
Thurs: Parent teacher conference No School
Friday: Not in Attendance
Welding shop Project final projects Students will be separated into 4 groups using 4 different welders and perform various welds.
Hand tool chapter/ PowerPoint
tools and purposes
Mon: overhead bead/stitch welds 35 passable. Due 9/30 end of 7th period
Tue: overhead bead/stitch welds 35 passable. Due 9/30 end of 7th period
Wed: Introduction to hand tools- Hammers, Screwdrivers,wrenches
Thurs: review hand tools covered previous day/ Hammer, screwdriver, wrench student activity.
Friday: Hand tools Ratchets, sockets, extensions, pliers and specialized tools
Mon: review all hand tools in groups extra credit activity/ hand tool notes 45pts/ hand tool quiz 42pts
Tue: Hands on fender removal activity 100pts/ hand tool review worksheet 25pts
Wed: review hand tool worksheets/ hand tool written exam 60pts
Thurs: open shop 1 ( students will perform tasks on vehicles using what they have learned form welding section and hand tools section)
Friday: Sub (Funeral) Power tools chapter 5 technical terms left column only on pg. 93 and review questions on pg.94 #1-15
Mon: open shop 2 ( students will perform tasks on vehicles using what they have learned form welding section and hand tools section)
Tue: open shop 3 ( students will perform tasks on vehicles using what they have learned form welding section and hand tools section)
Wed: Intro to power tools / power tool video/worksheet
Thurs: Power tool PowerPoint/ tool usage and safety
Friday: Sub (property closing) power tool video / work sheet
Mon: Power tool shop ( students will show knowledge of tools and purposes in various hands on activities)
Tue: Power tool shop ( students will show knowledge of tools and purposes in various hands on activities)
Wed: power tool quiz/ power tool presentations. ( students will each hand select a power tool as well as a hand tool and present them to the class, answering the following questions: What is the name of the tool, How is the tool used, and what is the purpose of the tool.)
Thurs: Power tool hands on test 100pts (Students will individually go through work stations performing various tasks. students will be graded on their knowledge and proper usage of the tools.)
Friday: Wyo tech rep / finish hands on power tool test
Mon: Review power tools /hands on power tool test 100pts
Tue: Begin refinishing Pt.1 Extreme detailing video 70min along with worksheet
Wed: Review previous material/ Buffing instructor demo ( how to property use a buffer/safety, difference between pads, difference between compounds) Hand out student refinish panels/prep for buffing project
Thurs: Student will be in groups of two and start prepping their panels individually with 200 wet ( entire panels they will follow by buffing and understand the difference between refinished panel un sanded and buffed.)
Fri: Students will continue on their panel projects once wet sanding is complete they will buff using white wool pads and compound. ( this will bring the panels to a mirror like appearance if done correctly.
Mon: Students will finish buffing their panels with compound 6th per, and begin switching their buffers to a yellow wool pad and begin polishing.
Tue: Student buffing project due beginning of class/ Student group discussion/presentation detailing exterior,interior.
Wed: Refinish panel project Pt. 2. Students will take what they have learned in power tools and pick a tool of their choice and remove paint to bare metal.
Thurs: Students will continue on panel projects getting them to bare metal using the tool of their choice.
Fri: First half of class UTI rep talking to class about college opportunities/ 2nd half continue with panel projects finish all edges by hand with 80 grit
Mon: Open Shop ( Student will be placed in groups and perform various tasks on vehicles in the shop, using knowledge they have learned from previous sections.)
Tue: No School
Wed: Refinishing PowerPoint/ Worksheet.
Homework: Study refinish packet
Thurs: Finish up refinishing power point and PowerPoint packet/ Review.
Homework: Refinishing Chapter 16 review pg. 315
Fri:. Refinishing program 1 I-CAR Student Disc ( Module 1 Spray guns, module 2 air compressors, module 3 spray environment, module 4 VOC-rules and regulations, module 5 paint mixing.) During each program students will receive objective worksheets which they will each be responsible for filling out.
Mon: Refinishing program 2 I-CAR Student Disc ( Module 1 Finish protection and removal, module 2 Spay gun technique, module 3 Substrate preparation, module 4 Test panels, module 5 Specialty spray areas.) During each program students will receive objective worksheets which they will each be responsible for filling out.
Tues. Review previous material/ Refinish quiz (40pts) /continue with I-CAR DVD Student disc program 3. ( Module 1 light and color, module 2 metallic and micas, module 3 application issues, module 4 application steps, module 5 color movement.) During each program students will receive objective worksheets which they will each be responsible for filling out.
Wed: Refinish shop ( students will continue on their panel projects from previous shops) Students will be broken down into two groups. Group 1 will begin chapter 16 review on pg. 315. Group 2 will prep panels for primer and suit up for primer application and apply two medium coats of primer to their panel projects.
Thurs: Refinish shop ( students will continue on their panel projects from previous shops) Students will be broken down into two groups. Group 1 will now begin prep panels for primer and suit up for primer application and apply two medium coats of primer to their panel projects. And group 2 will do chapter 16 review on pg. 315.
Fri: Refinish review/ Refinish Test (100pts)
Mon: Students will continue on their refinish panel projects. Students will guide coat the panels that they have primed and if they have any runs or sags they will hit them with 240 grit first then wet sand with 600 until all orange peel is gone.
Tue: Finish wet sanding panels and begin spraying 1st coat of silver base.( students will be shown on tv screen as they spray and each of their peers will have to evaluate them on a 10pt scale each time they spray base.)
Wed: Students will spray their 2nd and 3rd coats of silver base.( students will be shown on tv screen as they spray and each of their peers will have to evaluate them on a 10pt scale each time they spray base.)
Thurs: No School
Fri: No School
Mon: Body style intro worksheet, body style pt.1 power point
Tue: Review previous material, Begin body styles pt.2 power point- B.O.F frames and components and uni-body types and components.
Wed: Jacks and jack stands (body styles part2) shop: students will get into groups and put a uni-body vehicle on jack stands as well as a full frame vehicle. Students will learn proper jack and jack stand locations and safety procedures to follow for each vehicle construction.
Thurs: Review previous material. Body styles pt.2 discussion. Body styles review worksheet 25pts.
Fri: Body styles review game first half. Body styles Test second half( Organize binders for binder check)
Mon: I-CAR textbook Measuring vehicle damage chapter 20 worksheet 25pts
Tue: Measuring vehicle damage activity, Measuring vehicle damage power point and note packet. ( frame damage types/ frame damage tools)
Wed: Panel buff activity: student will break the panels they painted during refinishing and break them down into three sections and perform their final panel activity.
Thurs: Measuring vehicle damage shop activity: students will set uni-body vehicle on frame rack and use measuring to to fill out damage analysis worksheet.
Fri: Measuring vehicle damage review/ measuring vehicle damage test
Mon: Review for final exam- topics: Safety, MIG Welding, Hand tools, Power tools
Tue: Review for final exam- topics: Refinishing, body styles, measuring vehicle damage
Wed: Review worksheet 100 question/ review discussion/review extra credit game
Thurs: Final Exams
Fri: Final exams
Winter Break No School
Winter Beak No School
For this week student s will be broken up into two equal groups working on vaious vhicles in the shop using the knowledge and experiences they have learned from semester 1. Each student will be graded on their ability to properly complete their tasks as well as follow personal and general shop safety rules.
Mon: teacher institute no classes
Tues: Group 1 will be completeing advanced buffing projects using refinish panels from semester 1. Group 2 will be working on two vehicles in the shop using knowlege they have learned throughout semester 1. Group 2 will be working on Acura SUV- students will be removing front bumper cover and repairing damaged area,, also fixing small dent in driverside fender. Group 2 will also be working on a 1970 monte carlo Disassemblying the interior trim panels as well as door handels and mirrors.
Wed: Group1 will be breaking thier paenels down into 3 equal sections to show various levels of wet sanding and buffing. All students from group 1 will complete allwetsanding stages by the end of the day. Group 2 will ontinue on acura and monte carlo: Acura- finish repair areas and mask and prime . Montecarlo- begin heling seniors with side marker light templates on quarter panels.
Thurs: Group 1 will begin the buffing process using compund and white wool pads. Group 2 will continue on Acura and montecarlo: Acura-block sand primered areas and prep both driverfender and front bumper cover for paint. Montecarlo- continue with side marker light templates and beging to tack weld them into place.
Fri:Group 1 Finish up compund buffing stage and begin polishing stage on panels. Group 2 Acura- Mask repair areas for pant and beigin applying sealer and base.
See Collision Repair 1 For all lesson plans for second semester.