1 COURSE SYLLABUS DFTG 2328 (3:2:4) ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING-COMMERCIAL Technical Graphics and Design Industrial Technology Department Technical Education Division Levelland Campus SOUTH PLAINS COLLEGE Spring 2013
2 SCANS COMPETENCIES RESOURCES: Identifies, organizes, plans and allocates resources. C-1 TIME--Selects goal--relevant activities, ranks them, allocates time, and prepares and follows schedules. C-2 MONEY--Uses or prepares budgets, makes forecasts, keeps records, and makes adjustments to meet objectives C-3 MATERIALS & FACILITIES-Acquires, stores, allocates, and uses materials or space efficiently. C-4 HUMAN RESOURCES--Assesses skills and distributes work accordingly, evaluates performances and provides feedback. INFORMATION--Acquires and Uses Information C-5 Acquires and evaluates information. C-6 Organizes and maintains information. C-7 Interprets and communicates information. C-8 Uses computers to Process information. INTERPERSONAL--Works With Others C-9 Participates as members of a team and contributes to group effort. C-10 Teaches others new skills. C-11 Serves clients/customers--works to satisfy customer's expectations. C-12 Exercises leadership--communicates ideas to justify position, persuades and convinces others, responsibly challenges existing procedures and policies. C-13 Negotiates-Works toward agreements involving exchanges of resources resolves divergent interests. C-14 Works with Diversity-Works well with men and women from diverse backgrounds. SYSTEMS--Understands Complex Interrelationships C-15 Understands Systems--Knows how social, organizational, and technological systems work and operates effectively with them C-16 Monitors and Correct Performance-Distinguishes trends, predicts impacts on system operations, diagnoses systems' performance and corrects malfunctions. C-17 Improves or Designs Systems-Suggests modifications to existing systems and develops new or alternative systems to improve performance. TECHNOLOGY--Works with a variety of technologies C-18 Selects Technology--Chooses procedures, tools, or equipment including computers and related technologies. C-19 Applies Technology to Task-Understands overall intent and proper procedures for setup and operation of equipment. C-20 Maintains and Troubleshoots Equipment-Prevents, identifies, or solves problems with equipment, including computers and other technologies. FOUNDATION SKILLS BASIC SKILLS--Reads, writes, performs arithmetic and mathematical operations, listens and speaks F-1 Reading--locates, understands, and interprets written information in prose and in documents such as manuals, graphs, and schedules. F-2 Writing-Communicates thoughts, ideas, information and messages in writing, and creates documents such as letters, directions, manuals, reports, graphs, and flow charts. F-3 Arithmetic--Performs basic computations; uses basic numerical concepts such as whole numbers, etc. F-4 Mathematics--Approaches practical problems by choosing appropriately from a variety of mathematical techniques. F-5 Listening--Receives, attends to, interprets, and responds to verbal messages and other cues. F-6 Speaking--Organizes ideas and communicates orally. THINKING SKILLS--Thinks creatively, makes decisions, solves problems, visualizes, and knows how to learn and reason F-7 Creative Thinking--Generates new ideas. F-8 Decision-Making--Specifies goals and constraints, generates alternatives, considers risks, and evaluates and chooses best alternative. F-9 Problem Solving--Recognizes problems and devises and implements plan of action. F-10 Seeing Things in the Mind's Eye--Organizes and processes symbols, pictures, graphs, objects, and other information. F-11 Knowing How to Learn--Uses efficient learning techniques to acquire and apply new knowledge and skills. F-12 Reasoning--Discovers a rule or principle underlying the relationship between two or more objects and applies it when solving a problem. PERSONAL QUALITIES--Displays responsibility, self-esteem, sociability, self-management, integrity and honesty F-13 Responsibility--Exerts a high level of effort and preservers towards goal attainment. F-14 Self-Esteem--Believes in own self-worth and maintains a positive view of self. F-15 Sociability--Demonstrates understanding, friendliness, adaptability, empathy, and politeness in group settings. F-16 Self-Management--Assesses self accurately, sets personal goals, monitors progress, and exhibits self-control. F-17 Integrity/Honesty--Chooses ethical courses of action.
3 Levelland Campus COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE TITLE: INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE LOCATION AND PHONE/ OFFICE HOURS: DFTG 2328: ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING - COMMERCIAL Phyllis Kennon Technical Arts Bldg. TA205A , Published on 12 th Class Day, posted beside office door SOUTH PLAINS COLLEGE IMPROVES EACH STUDENT'S LIFE ****************************************************************************** I. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION: A. COURSE DESCRIPTION Prerequisite: DFTG 2300 and ARCE Architectural drafting procedures, practices, and symbols including the preparation of detailed working drawings for a commercial building, with emphasis on commercial construction methods. This course is a continued study of architectural drawing, design and drafting practices with emphasis on commercial and industrial buildings. Emphasis is placed on space planning, building design, construction methods and materials, and the writing of specifications for commercial construction methods. The student must design and draw a complete set of detailed working drawings for an intermediate-sized commercial building or manufacturing facility. The scope of Architectural Drafting will be for sixteen weeks, which will include two hours of lecture per week and four hours of laboratory experience per week, for a total of ninety-six contact hours per semester. B. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES Utilize architectural terms and symbols; apply commercial construction materials and processes; identify the relationship between specifications and drawings; identify architectural requirements and governing codes; and produce a set of commercial construction drawings to include a site plan, floor plans, reflected ceiling plan, sections, elevations, schedules, and details.
4 C. COURSE COMPETENCIES Upon successful completion of this course (as outlined by: lesson & grade criteria and standards for course grades) the student will have accomplished the following skills and abilities: 1. Understand architectural engineering and drafting department practices 2. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of different architectural lettering styles 3. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of architectural scales (measurement) 4. Have an elementary understanding of materials and processes related to commercial construction 5. Demonstrate an understanding of commercial building space planning and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing a preliminary floor plan 6. Demonstrate an understanding of formal floor plan requirements and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing a formal floor plan 7. Demonstrate an understanding of foundation plan material requirements and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing a foundation plan 8. Demonstrate an understanding of typical wall section material requirements and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing a typical wall section 9. Demonstrate an understanding of door and window schedules 10. Demonstrate an understanding of elevation views and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing elevation views 11. Demonstrate an understanding of electrical requirements and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing an electrical plan 12. Demonstrate an understanding of lighting requirements and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing a lighting plan 13. Demonstrate an understanding of heating and air-conditioning requirements and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing a mechanical plan 14. Demonstrate an understanding of codes, zoning regulations and legal descriptions of property and practical proficiency in drawing and detailing a plot plan 15. Have an elementary understanding of rendering perspective drawings 16. Be familiar with techniques and materials used in model building
5 C. ACADEMIC INTEGRITY It is the aim of the Technical Graphics and Design faculty of South Plains College to foster a spirit of complete honesty and a high standard of integrity. The attempt of any student to present as his or her own work which he or she has not honestly performed is regarded by the faculty and administration as a most serious offense and renders the offender liable to serious consequences, possibly suspension. Students should refer to the SPC General Catalog policy regarding consequences for cheating and plagiarism (see "Academic Integrity" as well as "Student Conduct" sections in the college catalog). At times, working with other students is encouraged for some assignments and meets SCANS competencies C-9 through C-14. If you have a question as to whether you may work with other students on any assignment, ask your instructor. D. SCANS AND FOUNDATION SKILLS Appropriate competencies and foundation skills set forth by the Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) have been integrated into the DFTG 2428, Architectural Drafting course. Specifically, they are C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, C9, C11, C12, C13, C14, C15, C16, C17, C18, C19, F1, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, F10, F11, F12, F13, F14 and F17. E. VERIFICATION OF WORKPLACE COMPETENCIES DFTG 2428, Architectural Drafting, is offered in the last phase of the CADD students course work. During this phase, a Capstone Learning Experience is provided for students in their last semester to complete degree or certificate program requirements. II. SPECIFIC COURSE/INSTRUCTOR REQUIREMENTS A. TEXTBOOK & OTHER MATERIALS The textbook will be the current edition of Building Construction Illustrated, by Francis D.K. Ching and Cassandra Adams.
6 B. ATTENDANCE POLICY The Engineering Graphics Specialist is a professional person working in a business or industrial setting that demands much from its team of employees. For this reason, one who is often tardy or absent from work creates an additional burden for his or her co-workers. The Technical Graphics and Design program, similar to all the allied engineering professions, requires mature attendance to both lecture sessions and laboratory experiences. Obviously, once missed, a class situation cannot be effectively recreated for students who are not present. Your instructors feel that for a student to succeed, that student must not only be present, but must exercise prudent use of class time. Late or absent members tend to retard the progress of the entire class. Punctual and regular attendance is required of all students attending South Plains College. THERE ARE NO EXCUSED ABSENCES. Students are responsible for all classwork covered during absences from class, even in cases in which they are able to satisfy the instructor that the absence was unavoidable. ABSOLUTELY NO CLASS TIME WILL BE USED TO UPDATE INFORMATION MISSED DUE TO TARDINESS OR ABSENTEEISM; the student must arrange an appointment with the instructor at a time that will not conflict with class schedules. The following is the standard absentee policy for DFTG 2328: The student will be allowed three absences and two tardies during the semester. Four absences will drop the course grade one letter. Five absences will drop the course grade a second letter. Six absences will drop the student from the course. Three tardies will equal one absence. (Tardies will be five or more minutes past class start time as shown in the appropriate schedule of classes). NOTE: Instructors in the Technical Graphics and Design Technology program have the prerogative to amend the standard absentee policy. However, the instructor must notify each student in writing of the attendance policy change. Any student wishing to drop this class should go through the proper procedure of initiating the withdrawal by obtaining a drop form from the Registrar's Office. This form must be signed by the instructor. This procedure provides the opportunity for counseling with the student by the instructor and determining the reason and justification for withdrawal. C. Whenever absences become excessive, an Excessive Absence Report will be sent to the Dean of Students and, if in the instructor s opinion, minimum course objectives cannot be met due to absences, the student will be withdrawn from the course with the appropriate letter grade X, W, or F.
7 D. ASSIGNMENT POLICY 1. All required work must be turned in on time in order for the student to benefit from the corrections and to study for future examinations. 2. All assignments (practical drawing assignments and/or practical drawing test, objective assignments and/or objective test) will be due at specified times and dates. 3. Any drawing assignments that are not turned in at the specified time and date will immediately receive a grade penalty of 5 points and an additional 10 points per day for each day the drawing is not turned in for grading. D. GRADING POLICY/PROCEDURE 1. Assignments = 60% of semester grade. Each practical drawing assignment grade and /or practical drawing test, and any objective assignment and /or objective grade will be calculated with 100 points as the highest possible grade. 2. Practical drawing assignments will be graded on the following: a. Neatness b. Line Criteria c. Text Criteria d. Dimensioning Criteria e. Choice & Location of Views f. Correctness & Accuracy of Views (shape description) g. Nomenclature h. Printing and Plotting 3. Final Exam = 15% of the semester grade. The final examination will be a comprehensive exam comprised of information taken from the review questions and class presentations. The exam will be based on 100 points. 4. Tests = 15% of semester grade. No Mid-Term Exam is given in this course. Three tests during the semester averaged together will equal 15% of the semester grade. 5. Chapter Review Questions = 10% of the semester grade. Students will be assigned review questions for each chapter covered in the textbook. Each assignment will be graded based on 100 points, and returned to the student as a study guide for the upcoming test. NOTE: Instructors in the Technical Graphics and Design program have the prerogative to amend the standard assignment and grading policy. However, the instructor must notify each student in writing of changes made to assignment and grading criterion.
8 STANDARDS FOR COURSE GRADES A - EXCELLENT Student can complete ALL tasks within specified clock times and dates with excellent quality and with initiative and adaptability to solving problems with limited assistance and/or supervision. B - GOOD Student can complete ALL tasks within specified clock times and dates with good quality and with initiative and adaptability to solving problems with periodic assistance and/or supervision. C - AVERAGE Student can complete ALL tasks with satisfactory quality, but requires recurring assistance and/or supervision. D - BELOW AVERAGE Student can complete more than 3/4 of all tasks satisfactorily, but frequently requires continual assistance and/or supervision to perform the required skills. F - FAILURE Student completes less than 3/4 of all tasks satisfactorily, and requires continual assistance and/or supervision to perform the required skills. E. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS BUILDING POLICIES 1. ABSOLUTELY NO food, drinks or the use of tobacco products will be allowed in the classroom. 2. No device that makes sound beyond the earphone(s) of the wearer is allowed. 3. Cellular phones and beepers must be turned off during class time. 4. Each student must clean their workstation at the end of class. 5. ABSOLUTELY NO rough or boisterous play or profanity will be allowed in the classroom. 6. Students should adhere to standards established in the SPC Catalog (Student Conduct) and Student Guide. Students in the Technical Graphics and Design program must follow all safe practices in the classroom and other laboratory work
9 areas. Further, chemical hazards and appropriate MSDS safety practices will be covered by the instructor during the first class session if potential for exposure exists. 7. The nature of Computer-Aided Technical Graphics is to stay within established perimeters. In staying with these standards, the computers within the CAD Lab have been optimally set to enhance learning for students. The configurations are set to establish a base of reference for all students, and so the instructor can optimize aid to each student. THERE WILL BE NO CHANGE TO ANY SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS OF ANY KIND WITHIN THE CAD LAB. Examples of this are changing of screensavers, desktop image, backgrounds in AutoCAD, and etc. Infractions of this policy will result in the following: 1 st offense will result in verbal warning and 1 letter grade deduction of current assignment. 2 nd offense will result in 1 letter grade deduction to semester grade. 3 rd offense will result in removal from the class. III. COURSE OUTLINE A. TOPICS 1. ORIENTATION 2. ENGINEERING AND DRAFTING DEPARTMENT PRACTICE 3. DRAWING EQUIPMENT, INSTRUMENTS AND MATERIALS 4. ARCHITECTURAL LETTERING 5. ALPHABET OF LINES 6. MEASUREMENTS (SCALES) 7. TECHNICAL FREEHAND SKETCHING 8. CODES & ZONING REGULATIONS 9. PRELIMINARY DRAWING 10. FORMAL FLOOR PLAN 11. FOUNDATION PLAN 12. TYPICAL WALL SECTION 13. DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULES 14. ELEVATIONS
10 15. ELECTRICAL PLAN 16. LIGHTING PLAN 17. MECHANICAL PLAN 18. PLOT PLAN 19. PERSPECTIVE RENDERING 20. MODEL BUILDING IV. ACCOMMODATIONS South Plains College strives to accommodate the individual needs of all students in order to enhance their opportunities for success in the context of a comprehensive community college setting. It is the policy of South Plains College to offer all educational and employment opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability or age (SPC Equal Opportunity Policy--General Catalog). In this class, the teacher will establish and support an environment that values and nurtures individual and group differences and encourages engagement and interaction. Understanding and respecting multiple experiences and perspectives will serve to challenge and stimulate all of us to learn about others, about the larger world and about ourselves. By promoting diversity and intellectual exchange, we will not only mirror society as it is, but also model society as it should and can be. Students with disabilities, including but not limited to physical, psychiatric or learning disabilities, who wish to request accommodations in this class should notify the Special Services Office early in the semester so that the appropriate arrangements may be made. In accordance with federal law, a student requesting accommodations must provide acceptable documentation of his/her disability to the Special Services Coordinator. For more information, call or visit the Special Services Office in the Student Services Building.
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