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Authentic Assessment

Christina Maples

130.22. Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies (One-Half to One Credit).


(9) The student performs appropriate cold and hot metal techniques. The student is expected to:
(A) Identify types of metal;
(B) Cut, file, shape, and drill metal;
(C) Select and operate oxy-fuel welding and cutting equipment to meet standards;
(D) Select and operate electric-arc welding equipment to meet standards; and
(E) Perform specialty welding and cutting techniques to meet standards.
Project:
Student will measure and cut a 5X5 piece of steel with a thickness of . The student will then
use a grinder to smooth edges of the piece of metal. Once the student has cut and grinded the
piece of metal smooth, he/she will then use a stick welder to lay beads in horizontal rows next to
each other till there is no room. The student will then lay vertical beads across the horizontal
rows. The student will be expected to repeat this process till there are five layers of beads.
Once the project is finished, the teacher will cut the metal into four places to evaluate the welds.

Authentic Assessment

Christina Maples

Rubric:

25-20 points

20-15 points

15-10 points

Metal is
5"X5" with
angles that
are not 90
degrees. The
edges have
been
attempted to
be smoothed
out.

Metal is cut
within 1/2" of
the required
5"X5". Angles
are not 90
degrees.
Edges have
not been
grinded
down.

Layer
s

There are 5
layers with
signs of
proper
cooling
before
welding.

There are 5
layers with
signs of
improper
cooling
before
welding.

There are 5
layers,
partial or
incomplete
rows of
beads are
present.
There are
signs of
cooling
methods
attempted.

There are
less than 5
layers, No
signs of
cooling
methods
attempted.

Bead
s

Beads are
laid in neat
rows with
proper heat
penetration.
Rows are laid
close
together and
in straight
lines.

Beads are
laid in neat
rows with
proper heat
penetration.
Rows are
close
together but
not in
straight
lines.

Beads are in
rows with
poor heat
penetration.
Rows are
close
together but
are not in
straight
lines.

Beads are in
rows with
poor heat
penetration.
Rows are not
close
together and
are not in
straight
lines.

Bubbl
es

When Cut in
to quarters,
there are 3
or less
bubbles
among the
welds/layers.

When cut
into quarters,
there are 5-2
bubbles
among the
welds/layers.

When cut
into quarters,
there are 7-4
bubbles
among the
welds/layers

When cut
into
quarters,
there are 7
or more
bubbles
among the
welds/layers.

Cutti
ng

Metal is an
even 5"X5"
Cut with 90
degree
angles.
Edges have
smoothed
before
welding.

10-5 points
Metal is
less/more
then 1/2" of
the required
measuremen
ts. Angles
are not 90
degrees and
the edges
have not
been grinded
down.

Authentic Assessment

Christina Maples