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1 AUTOCAD / DRAFTING COURSE SYLLABUS Course Description The AutoCAD/Drafting program at the TCTC is a two-year class designed to allow the student access to the basic principles of computer-aided design and drafting. The course is heavily geared towards the use of the latest computer hardware and soft ware including AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architectural, Inventor and Solidworks. A range of alternative software packages will also be introduced to the student, so as not to limit him or her to the possibilities of design in Architecture alone. Instructional Philosophy High standards will be met within the AutoCAD program. The daily class routine will be modeled much like a professional Design/Drafting office. A positive work ethic will be maintained, with each student working to his/her highest potential. As the program progresses through the Junior year, teamwork and joint projects will be stressed within the class. The facts are that technology is changing rapidly, and the student will be required to perform in various levels of the Design process, which will mean students, at times, will be assigned processes that will be completed within class and out of class. Also included within the two years will be oral and written projects presented to the class as a whole. Course Goals Students will Demonstrate proper computer usage and lab/office safety and procedure standards set forth by the instructor and the TCTC. Students will demonstrate basic sketching and shape description techniques, on paper and on computer monitors. All students will be able to access the AutoCAD design software and the other software packages as they are introduced. File management techniques will be learned and demonstrated. Learn time management skills with long-term projects. Understand pre-engineering concepts and terms Using learned analytical problem solving skills; students will envision and conceive one major Architectural design. 1

2 Major Course Assignments and Projects 1. Because the lab is computer based, students will spend time on the machines daily working with both short and long term assignments. Observe and demonstrate lab entrance and exit procedures. Observe and demonstrate safety precautions and equipment care. Start up/shut down computers and CAD systems. Proper usage of jump drives, CD disks, and hard drives. File management skills. Set drawing parameters. Create and edit computer aided drawing utilities. Demonstrate use of drawing aids, and output devices. Use of symbols and importation of same within existing files. Manage layers, line types, and plotting of completed projects. Advanced Computer Aided Drafting Skills Create three-dimensional displays and shapes. Create wire frame and solid model shapes. Create 2-D geometry from 3-D models. Create 3-D wire frame models from 2-D geometry. Demonstrate use of display commands (e.g. hidden line, shading, removal) Architectural Drawings 2. A major component of the Program is to learn the Basics of Architectural Design. Students will draw residential floor plans from preliminary sketches. Draw associated foundation and floor framing plans. Complete associated elevations. Draw sections and details, with schedules. Complete electrical, plumbing, and HVAC plans. Design a residential structure, including cost estimates. Design, draw, and detail commercial structural shapes. Introduction to Civil and Survey Drawing. One self directed 9 weeks project 2

3 Related Academic and Problem Solving Skills 3. Teamwork, and interpersonal skills with others are essential. Team design projects using computers Hands on bridge building design Written and oral projects, (individual and group) Architectural mathematics and language skills Learn basic building code requirements Construction cost estimating and basic economics Understand technical concepts and principles Learn to apply academic knowledge and skills to the field of study Read, understand and communicate in the language of the field Evaluation Criteria Attendance (daily points) Performance in the lab, time management skills Practical lab exams Related and written assignments and exams Unit assignments Tests, quizzes Senior Project* Grading Scales Grading in the AutoCAD program will follow the accepted system adopted by the TCTC Board of education, which is described in the student handbook. 92% to 100% = A 83% to 91% = B 74% to 82% = C 66% to 73% = D 65% & below = F * Senior project will constitute a major part of the total grading structure. Not completing any portion of the senior project can result in loss of lab certificate. Also, the Instructor reserves the right to alter and or adjust any and all aspects of this lab/syllabus based upon students progress, class dynamics any and all unforeseen circumstances which may arise. 3

4 Assignment Due Dates and Credit for Late Work All homework and projects will be assigned a due date and all work is expected to be completed by that time. After that date, the teacher, at his or her discretion and depending on circumstances, may allow a one day extension, however all late work will be reduced in value by 15% (100% will now be 85%; 75% will now be 60% etc.). No work will be accepted more than one day late. Absence from class does not extend the deadline for work assigned. If a student is absent on a day an assignment is due, the work will be due immediately upon their return to class. 2. Students who take and fail any part of their 10-Hour OSHA exam three times, will be allowed one instructor activated reset at no charge. Students who fail any part of their exam tree times after this reset will not be awarded their OSHA certificates. This does not disqualify them from being a completer or participating in the TCTC completion ceremonies. Electronic devices There will be no electronic devices accessed, used, or brought to this lab session, at all, for any reason. These include any smart phone, I-devices, etc. They will be left at home, in a locker, or in a car if the student drives. If the student insists on being in possession of any such electronic devices, ignoring the instructors guide lines, daily points and loss of lab grade will result. I-Pads and any other device, whether personal or supplied by the school district, will be accessed and used in this lab at the sole discretion of the Instructor. No Exceptions. Safety Testing Skill and technical training is second only to the safety of our students. To that end, the AutoCAD Program not only places a heavy emphasis on safety training, but requires that each student in the program take and pass safety tests before they begin any work that may have specific safety issues. The AutoCAD Program gives three such tests during the course of the program. 4

5 General Lab Safety: The AutoCAD Program has a safety test that is intended to introduce the new student to safety issues associated with this program. There will be general classroom instruction to cover these issues and a written test to assess the student s understanding of these issues and how to deal with them. This general lab safety test must be passed at 100% before the student will be allowed to begin working in the lab. A note will be sent home to the parent(s) indicating that the student has passed the test and will require a signature from them. This will be returned to the program and kept on file. Machine/Equipment Specific Safety: Students will begin using different types of machines and equipment at various times throughout the program. Prior to using each machine or piece of equipment for the first time, he/she will be instructed in its safe and proper use. A test may be required to assess student understanding. These tests must be passed with 100% accuracy. OSHA 10 hour Construction Safety / General Industry Safety. This test is a 10 hour on-line course that instructs each student in the safety issues associated with their industry. This program is to be completed in the first two weeks of class, requires 600 minutes of online interaction and may or may not be completed during regular class time. Passage benchmarks for this test are set by OSHA. Students who successfully complete this safety course will receive the industry recognized 10 hour safety card issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Teaching students to work safely is more important than teaching any skill in any program. The TCTC has made passing the 10 Hour OSHA safety course a requirement for successful completion of this program. This nationally recognized certificate will go into the student s portfolio upon completion, and because safety is so important to employers these days, it gives our students an important advantage when applying for a job. The $20 nominal fee ($275 if taken after graduation) is part of the program fees. General Safety Policies: 1. Students will be given safety instruction throughout the program. Students must pass any safety tests associated with this instruction before beginning any actual work in the specific area. 2. Parents of students, who fail the general lab safety, the OSHA 10 hour safety test or any specific safety test three consecutive times, will be required to attend a conference to discuss that student s requirements for continued participation in the program. This conference will be with the program teacher, program supervisor as well as the student. 5

6 Criteria for students to be eligible to return for their Senior year 1. All TCTC programs are made up of at least four courses. Students must pass a minimum of 50% of the courses in their program area in their junior year. If a course if offered in both the Junior and Senior year, the junior year course MUST be passed to continue on to the senior year. 2. Students should not have missed more than 18 days of classroom instruction for any reason. 3. Students not passing all courses in their program area in their junior year or missing more than 18 total days of class are required to attend a meeting with their parent, program teacher and the program supervisor to determine their likelihood for success with the circumstances that have resulted in failure. 4. If a student has failed a course in their program area in the junior year and is permitted to return, the student and parent must sign a form stating that they understand they are not permitted to participate in the senior ceremony. 5. Students with excessive absences or multiple major disciplinary offenses during their junior year must schedule a conference with the Dean of Students and a parent to determine their admission status for their senior year. 6. Students with additional barriers to graduation (including credit deficiencies and additional home school requirements), must develop and adhere to a plan to make up credits before they will be permitted to return for their senior year. Senior Completion Criteria: 1. Successful completion of a two year career/technical program and all program requirements with passing grades and activities; as well as academic classes needed for graduation. In Programs that have transitioned to courses, students must pass all program related courses in order to participate in the Senior Completion Ceremony. 2. Successful completion of all 4 phases of the Senior Project 3. Must maintain a 90% or better attendance record for two years 4. All fees must be paid to be eligible to participate in the Senior Ceremony. 5. Students must attempt all licensure and/or certification exams that they qualify to take in their program area. 6

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