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CURRICULUM GUIDE

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WEEK ONE

SAFETY AND CLASSROOM PROCEDURES


CAREERS AND EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS
LEARNING STYLES AND MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS
IS DESIGN IMPORTANT?
CAD HISTORY
RESUME AND SKILLS INVENTORY

LETTERING
PROCEDURES (HANDOUT)
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WEEK TWO

COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN

WHY USE AUTOCAD?


DRAWING SETUP

UNITS
LIMITS
SETTINGS

LINE, ERASE, DELETE


ZOOM, PAN
ESC, UNDO, REDO
TEXTSTYLE, TEXT
TITLEBLOCK
SCALE USAGE
PROBLEM 2-9
GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTION
MOVE
RECTANGLE
Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004
P. 76
FIG. 4-44
P. 78
FIG. 4-46
ORTHOMODE
Applying AutoCad, Terry Wohlers. Glencoe McGraw-Hill 2007.
FIGURE 11-6
FIGURE 11-7
FIGURE 11-8
FIGURE 12-14
FIGURE 12-15
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WEEK THREE

CIRCLE
ARC
LINETYPE
LTSCALE
PROBLEM 3-10
PROBLEM 3-11
CHAMFER
FILLET
OFFSET
Applying AutoCad, Terry Wohlers. Glencoe McGraw-Hill 2007.
FIGURE 16-20
FIGURE 16-22
OBJECT SNAPS
TRIM/ EXTEND

PROBLEM 11-11
PROBLEM 11-12
PROBLEM 11-13
PROBLEM 11-15

HANDOUT
HANDOUT
HANDOUT
HANDOUT

PROBLEM 11-16
FIGURE 4-1-F

HANDOUT
HANDOUT

POLAR COORDINATES

@4<60
@2, 3

FIGURE 7-11
FIGURE 7-12
FIGURE 7-13
3-POINT ARC
ROTATE
COPY
STRETCH
SCALE

FIGURE
FIGURE

5-19
5-20

HATCH

FIGURE 19-10

FIGURE 18-13
FIGURE 20-11

MIRROR
PROBLEM 54
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WEEK FOUR

SKETCH
BUTTERFLY

FIGURE 17-3

UNITED STATES

FIGURE 19-9

STATE OF MICHIGAN
ARRAY

FIGURE 17-21

LAYERS

PROBLEM 4

EXPLODE

PROBLEM 5

DRAW ORDER
PROBLEM 6
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WEEK FIVE

DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCES

Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004


P. 79
FIG. 4-52
P. 80
FIG. 4-54
P. 82
FIG. 4-58
P. 83
FIG. 4-64
P. 118
FIG. 6-33
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WEEK SIX

ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION (MULTI-VIEW DRAWING)


PRIMARY VIEWS
FIRST AND THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION
FREEHAND SKETCHING- GRAPH PAPER
P. 138
PROB. 1
P. 138
PROB. 3
P. 138
PROB. 4
P. 138
PROB. 6
P. 138
PROB. 8
P. 138
PROB. 10
P. 138
PROB. 11
P. 138
PROB. 12
VIDEO- ENGINEERING THE IMPOSSIBLE (1:40:00)
THIRD-ANGLE PROJECTION
DRAWING PROCEDURES
DIMENSIONING STANDARDS
LINETYPES AND THICKNESS
Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004
P. 159
FIG. 8-26 PROB. 2
P. 160
FIG. 8-27 PROB. 2
P. 162
FIG. 8-29 PROB. 3
P. 165
FIG. 8-38
P. 166
FIG. 8-40
Applying AutoCad, Terry Wohlers. Glencoe McGraw-Hill 2007.
PROBLEM 93
FIRST-ANGLE PROJECTION

VIDEO- HOW A CAR IS BUILT (31:00)


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WEEK SEVEN

MANUFACTURING PROCESS
METAL PART FORMING
MACHINED SURFACES

Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004


P. 243
FIG. 11-33
P. 245
FIG. 11-38
P. 247
FIG. 11-50
P. 249
FIG. 11-57
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WEEK EIGHT

INTERCHANGEABLE MANUFACTURING
TOLERANCE DIMENSIONING
Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004
P. 246 FIG. 11-44
P. 248 FIG. 11-53
P. 249 FIG. 11-58
P. 247 FIG. 11-48
P. 247 FIG. 11-49
Applying AutoCad, Terry Wohlers. Glencoe McGraw-Hill 2007.
PROBLEM 32
UNILATERAL TOLERANCE
=
PROBLEM 79
BILATERAL TOLERANCE
=
PROBLEM 97
BILATERAL TOLERANCE
=

WEEK NINE

.001
.005
+/- .001
+

+/-

METRIC CONVERSION http://www.metrication.com/drafting


P. 164
FIG. 8-32
P. 165
FIG. 8-36

VIDEO- BUGATTI VEYRON; HOW ITS MADE (45:19)


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WEEK TEN

SECTIONAL VIEWS
3 COMMON TYPES
CUTTING PLANE
FULL SECTION
P. 265
FIG. 12-26
P. 268
FIG. 12-29
P. 268
FIG. 12-29

PROB. 1
PROB. 2

HALF SECTION
P. 266
FIG. 12-27
P. 266
FIG. 12-27
P. 266
FIG. 12-27

PROB. 5
PROB. 8
PROB. 9

OFFSET SECTION
P. 269
FIG. 12-30
P. 271
FIG. 12-32

PROB. 4

VIDEO- ENGINEERING AND RACING TECHNOLOGY (50:05)


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WEEK ELEVEN

AUXILIARY VIEWS
TRUE SIZE AND SHAPE
Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004
P. 287
FIG. 13-20
PROB. 1
P. 287
FIG. 13-20
PROB. 2
P. 287
FIG. 13-20
PROB. 4
THREADS AND FASTENERS
Applying AutoCad, Terry Wohlers. Glencoe McGraw-Hill 2007.
FIG. 31-8
FIG. 31-10
FIG. 34-13
FIG. 34-14

PROBLEM 71
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WEEK TWELVE

TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATION
(PICTORIAL DRAWINGS)
ISOMETRIC
Applying AutoCad, Terry Wohlers. Glencoe McGraw-Hill 2007.
PROBLEM 38-9
PROBLEM 38-10
PROBLEM 38-11
PROBLEM 87
Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004
P. 138
PROB. 3, 8, 11, 12
P. 139
PROB. 2, 3, 6, 19
P. 403
P. 403
P. 404
P. 404
P. 407

WEEK THIRTEEN

PROB. 5
PROB. 7
PROB. 4
PROB. 6
PROB. 3

3D CUBES
OBLIQUE
P. 406
PROB. 2
P. 407
PROB. 5
P. 406
PROB. 7
P. 407
PROB. 8

V-BLOCK
RATCHET WHEEL
INITIALS
CLOCK BASE

P. 406
P. 406
P. 407

RAIL JOINT
BEARING
SPECIAL CAM

PROB. 1
PROB. 3
PROB. 2

ISOMETRIC SECTIONS
VIDEO- HOW TO BUILD A SUPER CAR (59:05)
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WEEK FOURTEEN

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS

WEEK FIFTEEN

Applying AutoCad, Terry Wohlers. Glencoe McGraw-Hill 2007.


PROBLEM 81
F15 FIGHTER JET
PROBLEM 111
SURVEYOR TRANSIT
PROBLEM 112
CATHEDRAL
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WEEK SIXTEEN

3D GRAPHICS

FIGURE
FIGURE
FIGURE
FIGURE

1-2
1-14
39-13
39-14

EXERCISE 1-4
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WEEK SEVENTEEN

3D SOLID MODELING
EXERCISE 15-1
3D MODEL
EXERCISE 15-3
3D MODEL
VIDEO- COMPLICATED MILITARY AIRCRAFTS: ENGINEERING (43:32)
Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004
P. 138
PROB. 3
P. 138
PROB. 8
P. 138
PROB. 11
P. 138
PROB. 12
P. 139
P. 139
P. 139
P. 139

PROB. 1
PROB. 2
PROB. 6
PROB. 19

P. 165
P. 165

FIG. 8-37
FIG. 8-38

WEEK EIGHTEEN
USING MEASURING TOOLS AND 3D SOLID MODELING
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WEEK ONE
In the world around us, architects design massive high-rise buildings, lakeshore cottages, modern churches,
and family homes. Architecture includes the relationships between design, construction materials, and the
function of a building. Students learn architectural planning, residential styles, interior design, kitchen and bath
design, landscape design, and construction methods.
CLASSIFICATIONS AND COMMON STYLES
http://www.azdarch.com
VIDEO-

AZD MTV Cribs (9:36)


Darian's Teen Cribs Episode (8:37)

LETTERING:

HANDOUT (PROCEDURES AND STYLES)

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTS

NORTH ARROW ACTIVITY


HANDICAP PARKING SIGN
BASKETBALL COURT PLAN
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WEEK TWO

INTERIOR DESIGN
FURNITURE INDUSTRY

OFFICE PLAN AND LANDSCAPING DESIGN


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WEEK THREE

DIGITAL IMAGES AND EDITING

TITLEBLOCK DESIGN
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WEEK FOUR

INDIVIDUAL ROOM PLANNING


Architecture Residential Drawing and Design, Kicklighter. Goodheart-Wilcox, 2004.
MAIN ENTRANCE
CAD DETAIL
SCALE: = 1 0

FOCAL POINT
WEATHER PROTECTION
http://www.pella.com

FIREPLACE
CAD DETAIL
SCALE: =1 0
BASIC AREAS OF A HOUSE
SLEEPING
LIVING

SERVICE

NUMBER
NOISE CONTROL
VENTILATION (WINDOWS)
LARGEST ROOM
PLEASANT VIEW
FAMILY ROOM
USAGE
UTILITY ROOM:
WATER HEATER
FURNACE
KITCHEN AREA:
3 MAJOR AREAS (WORK TRIANGLE)
7 BASIC KITCHEN SHAPES
LAUNDRY ROOM: FIXTURES AND APPLIANCES
BATHROOMS:
NUMBER
LOCATION (CENTRALIZED PLUMBING)
TYPESOPEN
COMPARTMENT
FIXTURES
SHOWER/TUB
SINK (LAVATORY)
TOILET (WATER CLOSET)
HALLWAYS:
WIDTH
LENGTH

FUNCTIONAL ROOM DESIGN


LAYOUT ACTIVITY
SCALE: 1/8= 1 0
WWW.ANDERSENWINDOWS.COM
DOOR AND WINDOW SYMBOLS (TYPES AND SIZES)
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WEEK FIVE

FLOOR PLANS

WEEK SIX

STEPS TO COMPLETE FLOOR PLAN


WALL THICKNESS AND INTERSECTIONS
CLOSET SIZES
DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULES
STAIRWAY DESIGN
KITCHEN AND BATH DESIGN
DIMENSIONING AND LAYERS
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WEEK SEVEN

MCC CAD/Drafting Contest

WEEK EIGHT

P. 250 FIG. 11-62


P. 250 FIG. 11-63
P. 251 FIG. 11-64
P. 251 FIG. 11-67
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WEEK NINE

FURNITURE PLAN
VIRTUAL FIELDTRIP

WEEK TEN

FOUNDATION PLAN

WEEK ELEVEN

STRUCTURAL DESIGN
TYPES OF FRAMING AND CONSTRUCTION
WALL SECTION
ROOF PLAN

VIDEO- DOMED STADIUMS (50:00)


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WEEK TWELVE

LANDSCAPE SYMBOLS
SITE PLAN
SCALE: 1/4"=1' 0"

WEEK THIRTEEN

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

EQUILIBRIUM EXPERIMENT
VIDEO- INNOVATION: BUILDING TO EXTREMES (56:00)
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WEEK FOURTEEN

CITY OF CHICAGO- TOPOGRAPHIC MAP


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WEEK FIFTEEN

ELEVATIONS
DRAWING PROCEDURES

WEEK SIXTEEN

ROOF PITCH AND FASCIA BOARD


BUILDING MATERIALS

WEEK SEVENTEEN
CHIMNEY AND FLUES
WEEK EIGHTEEN

LANDSCAPE SYMBOLS
DECK AND RAILING
SET OF HOUSE PLANS
VIDEO- LIFE AS A HOUSE (2:05:00)

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LEVEL 2

ENGINEERING
MULTIVIEW DRAWING (ADVANCED)

Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004


P. 167
FIG. 8-46
P. 168
FIG. 8-47
P. 246
FIG. 11-44
P. 251
FIG. 11-65
P. 271
FIG. 12-32
P. 271
FIG. 12-34
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P. 350
P. 363

FLANGED COUPLING
PLANAR JACK

Applying AutoCad, Terry Wohlers. Glencoe McGraw-Hill 2007.


P. 712
PROB. 88
METRIC
P. 665
PROB. 27
P. 685
PROB. 55
P. 716
PROB. 92
P. 721
PROB. 99
P. 723
PROB. 101
P. 693

FIG. 24-27 (HANDOUT)

PROBLEM 10-20 (HANDOUT) GUIDE BLOCK


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Basic Technical Drawing, Spencer, Dygdon. Glencoe, 2004
P. 169
FIG. 8-53
P. 169
FIG. 8-54
P. 246
FIG. 11-42
P. 249
FIG. 11-59
P. 250
FIG. 11-61
P. 269
FIG. 12-30
P. 271
FIG. 12-33
P. 237
FIG. 12-41
USING MEASURING TOOLS
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3D SOLID-MODELING
P. 673
PROB. 40
P. 675
PROB. 42
P. 691
PROB. 63
P. 692
PROB. 64
P. 695
PROB. 68
P. 727
PROB. 105

DOOR HOLDER
STUFFING BOX
BEARING BLOCK
MOTOR SUPPORT
GEAR SHIFTER
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MICHIGAN INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION SOCIETY


MD-4 Manual Pictorial Illustration Drawing
A pictorial drawing of a single part which may involve shading and rendering techniques. No assembly drawings or parts held together will be allowed. No
orthographic views or dimensions will be allowed. LIMITED TO ONE SHEET. Judging shall be on the total scope of the project.
MD-8 CAD Detail Mechanical Drawing SINGLE PART
This classification includes a single drawing of a manufactured part. Working assembly drawings consisting of more than one part, or parts held together
will not be acceptable. No pictorials are to be on drawing. LIMITED TO ONE SHEET. Black Line Drawings Only. No shading or rendering allowed. All
drawings must be plotted to a scale.
MD-9 CAD Detail and Assembly Drawing
A complete set of details and an assembly drawing. No pictorials are to be on the drawing. LIMITED TO SIX SHEETS. Black Line Drawings Only. No
shading, rendering or color fills allowed. All drawings must be plotted to a scale.
MD-11 CAD Pictorial Drawing SINGLE PART
A pictorial drawing of a single part. No assembly drawings or parts held together will be allowed. No orthographic views or dimensions will be allowed.
LIMITED TO ONE SHEET. No shading, rendering or color fills allowed. AutoCAD ISO lines do not constitute a rendering technique. More than one view
acceptable.
MD-14 CAD Pictorial Assembly Drawing
Pictorial assembly drawing. No orthographic views or dimensions will be allowed. LIMITED TO ONE SHEET. No shading, rendering or color fills allowed.
AutoCAD ISO lines do not constitute a rendering technique. No call-outs, dimensions, material specification will be allowed on project. More than one view
acceptable.
MD-15 CAD Photo-Realistic Rendering SINGLE PART
Any Cad drawing drawn by the student that is a rendered image that has colors or attached materials and is displayed as a photo-realistic presentation
with shadows on any media. Backgrounds must be solid color and/or gradient. No Photos (jpg. gif, etc.) will be permitted as backgrounds. An orthographic
drawing with all of the hidden lines of each part or parts) must be attached to the back of the entry. LIMITED TO ONE SIDE. Judging shall be on the total
scope of the project.
MD-16 CAD Detail Drawing with a Pictorial SINGLE PART
This classification includes a single drawing of a manufactured part. Working assembly drawings consisting of one or more parts will not be accepted. A
pictorial drawing and dimensioned orthographic views must be included on the layout. LIMITED TO ONE SHEET.
MD-18 CAD Rendering - Manual
A drawing done in CAD and rendered by hand (manually) using ruled, freehand, stippled, or any hatching materials in the software can be used. Color fills
not allowed. LIMITED TO ONE SHEET. Judging shall be on the total scope of the project. An orthographic drawing must be taped to the back of the
project.
MD-19 CAD Promotional Product Imagery
Any Cad drawing drawn by the student that is a rendered image that has colors or attached materials. Product must be presented in a promotional
advertisement fashion (i.e. include product name and specifications on the presentation.) No Photos (jpg, gif, etc.) will be permitted as backgrounds.
Multiple rendered images acceptable. An orthographic drawing must be attached to the back of the entry.
LIMITED TO ONE SHEET.
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LEVEL 2

ARCHITECTURE
PROJECT REMODEL
ARCHITECTURAL DELINEATION SYSTEMS VACATION HOUSE
ADVANCED DETAILS AND SECTIONS
CATHEDRAL RESIDENCE
DREAMHOUSE PLANS
SUBDIVISION PLAN- LAND DEVELOPMENT

MICHIGAN INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION SOCIETY


AD-4 Architectural Model
Any architectural scale model made as part of a problem in an architectural drafting class may be submitted. Models must be of a single family residence,
multiple family dwelling, commercial building, industrial building or public works building. The model must be the type shown to a client by an Architect.
Floor plan(s) and elevations only must accompany the model. Removable roofs are optional. Open framing construction models are eligible only in the
AD-6 Open Framing, Architectural Models category.
AD-5 Open Framing, Architectural Model
Any architectural scale model depicting open framing techniques, which was made as part of a problem in an architectural drafting class to teach
structures may be submitted. Models must be of a single family residence, multiple family dwelling, commercial building, industrial building or public
works building. Floor plan(s) and elevations must accompany the model.
AD-6 CAD Architectural Working Drawing-Single Family Residential
Maximum of 12 sheets. Working drawings must show acceptable construction techniques and specifications dictated by building codes and ordinances.
All drawings must be plotted or printer plotted on a drawing media to scale. No photo realistic drawings or color allowed.
AD-7 CAD Architectural Working Drawing-Multi-Family Residential
Maximum of 12 sheets. Working drawings must show acceptable construction techniques and specifications dictated by building codes and ordinances.
The structure must have two or more independent units (duplex, apartment building, etc.) All drawings must be plotted or printer plotted on a drawing
media to scale. No photo realistic drawings or color allowed.
AD-8 CAD Architectural Working Drawing - Commercial Building
Maximum of 12 sheets. Working drawings must show acceptable construction techniques and specifications dictated by building codes and ordinances.
All drawings must be plotted or printer plotted on a drawing media to scale. No photo realistic drawings or color allowed.
AD-10 CAD Architectural Presentation Rendering - Software
Limit one sheet per entry on one side only. The entry may include drawings necessary to indicate the scope of the project such as floor plans, elevations,
etc. All drawings must be completely done by CAD and shaded/rendered by using only hatching materials attached by the student. All drawings must be
2D and no photo-realistic attached materials allowed.
AD-11 Architectural Interior CAD Photo-Realistic/CAD Rendered Presentation
Limit one sheet per entry on one side only. Any interior view or views that are done in CAD, has color or attached materials and is displayed as a photorealistic/CAD rendered presentation.
AD-12 Topographical Mapping Drawings (Manual or CAD)
Maximum of 4 sheets. Drawings to include the representation of a portion of the Earths surface. The project might include: natural features, manmade
objects, elevations contours of land, subdivisions plats, utilities, and cross sections to illustrate the total scope of the project. All drawings must be to scale.
AD-13 Architectural Exterior CAD Photo-Realistic/CAD Rendered Presentation
Limit one sheet per entry on one side only. Any exterior view or views that are done in CAD, has color or attached materials and is displayed as a photorealistic/CAD rendered presentation.
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