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1 Angelina College Technology and Workforce Division WLDG 2406 INTERMEDIATE PIPE WELDING General Syllabus Date approved or revised I. COURSE DESCRIPTION: (as stated in the bulletin, including necessary pre-requisite courses, credit hours) Welding Intermediate Pipe Welding. Fours hours credit. A comprehensive course on the welding of pipe using the shielded metal arc welding(smaw)process. Position of welds will be 3G, 4G, 5G, and 6G using various electrodes. Topics covered include electrode selection, equipment setup, and safe shop practices. Course Learning Outcomes: The student will describe equipment and required pipe preparation. The student will perform 3G, 4G,5G,and 6G welds using various electrodes. Two lecture and four laboratory hours each week. Lab fee. INTENDED AUDIENCE: Sophomore course INSTRUCTOR Name: Office Location: Office Hours: Phone: Address: II. INTENDED STUDENT OUTCOMES: A. Core Competencies (Basic Intellectual Competencies) 1. Reading: Reading at the college level means the ability to analyze and interpret a variety of printed materials books, articles, and documents. A core curriculum should offer students the opportunity to master both general methods of analyzing printed materials and specific methods for analyzing the subject matter of individual disciplines. 2. Writing: Competency in writing is the ability to produce clear, correct, and coherent prose adapted to purpose, occasion, and audience. Although correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation are each a sine qua non in any composition, they do not automatically ensure that the composition itself makes sense or that the writer has much of anything to say. Students need to be familiar with the writing process including how to discover a topic and how to develop and organize it, how to phrase it effectively for their audience. These abilities can be acquired only through practice and reflection. 3. Speaking: Competence in speaking is the ability to communicate orally in clear, coherent, and persuasive language appropriate to purpose, occasion, and audience. Developing this competency includes acquiring poise and developing control of the language through experience in making presentations to small groups, to large groups, and through the media. 4. Listening: Listening at the college level means the ability to analyze and interpret various forms of spoken communication. 5. Critical Thinking: Angelina College defines critical thinking as the dynamic process of questioning preconceptions and biases through the gathering and evaluation of data to reach new conclusions that consider realistic implications and consequences. 6. Computer Literacy: Computer literacy at the college level means the ability to use computer-based technology in communicating, solving problems, and acquiring information. Core-educated students should have an understanding of the limits, problems, and possibilities associated with the use of technology, and should have the tools necessary to evaluate and learn new technologies as they become available. (The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. ( Report of Subcommittee on Core Curriculum, March 1, 1989). B. Exemplary Objectives (Found in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Document. Titled: CORE CURRICULUM: ASSUMPTIONS AND DEFINING CHARACTERISTICS Dated: April 1998) C. Course Objectives (common to all sections) 1. Discuss and perform electrode selection. 2. Discuss and perform equipment setup. 3. Discuss safe shop practices.

2 4. Demonstrate proper pipe preparation of 3G pipe 5. Demonstrate welding of 3G pipe with E Demonstrate welding of 3G pipe with E Demonstrate proper pipe preparation of 4G pipe 8. Demonstrate welding of 4G pipe with E Demonstrate welding of 4G pipe with E Demonstrate proper preparation of 5G pipe 11. Demonstrate welding of 5G pipe with E Demonstrate welding of 5G pipe with E Demonstrate proper preparation of 6G pipe 14. Demonstrate welding of 6G Pipe with E Demonstrate welding of 6G pipe with E7018 D. Course Objectives - III. ASSESSMENT MEASURES OF STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: A. Assessments for the Core Intellectual Competencies 1. Reading Not Assessed. 2. Writing Not Assessed. 3. Speaking Not Assessed. 4. Listening Not Assessed. 5. Critical Thinking Not Assessed. 6. Computer Literacy Not Assessed. B. Assessments for the Exemplary Objectives Specific to the Course C. Assessments for Objectives Specific to the Course D. Assessments for the Objectives of the Course as determined by the Instructor IV. INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURES: 1. Student will receive 2 hours of lecture/discussion each week. 2. Student will receive one-on-one instruction in the lab. 3. Student will receive 4 lab hours per week. 4. Lab test will be given on an individual s progress. V. COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND POLICIES: A. Required Textbooks, Materials and Equipment Instructional Material Service, Texas A&M University, College Station. B. Assignments (Appropriate due dates, schedules, deadlines) Assignment from your Textbook will be completed using the Black Board Learning System. It can be accessed from any computer on or off campus with an Internet Connection. The link to Black Board is located on the right hand tool bar of the main college web site: READING ASSIGNMENTS: a. Student will read chapters in text as assigned by instructor b. See a weekly assignment sheet attached to syllabus. WRITING ASSIGNMENTS: a. Student will answer objectives to chapters assigned by instructor. b. See a weekly assignment sheet attached to syllabus. C. Course Policies (This course conforms to the policies of Angelina College as stated in the Angelina College Handbook.) Academic Assistance If you have a disability (as cited in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

3 or Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) that may affect your participation in this class, you should see Karen Bowser, Room 208 of the Student Center. At a post-secondary institution, you must selfidentify as a person with a disability; Ms. Bowser will assist you with the necessary information to do so. To report any complaints of discrimination related to disability, you should contact Dr. Patricia McKenzie, Administration Building, Room 105 or Angelina College defines critical thinking as the dynamic process of questioning preconceptions and biases through the gathering and evaluation of data to reach new conclusions that consider realistic implications and consequences. Attendance i. Students begin the semester with 400 points for attendance. ii. Students lose 100 points per absence. (Attendance can be shown as a negative grade) iii. Students lose 50 points if they leave class less than 30 minutes early or do not participate in cleanup. iv. Students lose 100 points if they leave class more than 30 minutes early. v. Students lose 100 points if they are not in class at the official start time. vi. Students are allowed to make up lost attendance points in another class section provided space is available. (Must be within two weeks of the absences or it cannot be made up) vii. The student is allowed a minimum of 3 consecutive or 4 cumulative absences before being dropped. (Calculated based on the class meetings where 100 points has been deducted.) The instructor reserves the right to dismiss a student from class for not having all required equipment, and/or proper dress for class. Students dismissed for this reason will lose 100 points for that class section regardless of time Additional Specific Requirements for this Course VI. COURSE CONTENT: A. Content/ Topics - (as required by the individual Instructor) A comprehensive course on the welding of pipe using the shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process. position of welds will be 1G, 2G, 5G, and 6G using various electrodes. B. Additional Content VII. EVALUATION AND GRADING: A. Grading Criteria 4 lab tests 9 homework assignments Final Exam Homework Lab Test Attendance Final Exam Total 2630 POINTS 1200 POINTS 400 POINTS 300 POINTS 4530 POINTS B. Determination of Grade A A B C D F % = A+

4 94 90% = A 89 80% = B 79 70% = C 69 65% = D 64 0% = F VIII. SYLLABUS MODIFICATION: The instructor may modify the provisions of the syllabus to meet individual class needs by informing the class in advance as to the changes being made. IX. As a student enrolled in a Technology & Workforce program, you will encounter certain risks while you are in classroom, laboratory experience, or in a clinical or practicum setting. In the event that you sustain an injury and/or require any medical testing or care, all resulting medical expenses (hospital, ambulance, or physician fees), are your financial responsibility and not the responsibility of Angelina College or the clinical/practicum site.

5 Modern Welding WLDG 2406 (ALL SECTIONS) Instructions: These assignments are to be done outside of class as homework. No class time will be provided to complete these assignments. If you do not have a computer at home the college has provided computers for student use in the Library, and computer Labs on campus. It is your responsibility to take advantage of these resources to complete course work. Read through each chapter. Log in to the Blackboard learning system to complete the corresponding assessment. The Safety Test is available for the first two weeks and must be completed with a 100% score of 510 points to participate in class. Students who do not score 100% will not be allowed to participate in the Lab until 100% is obtained. Beginning the third week each assessment is available for one week and will shut off after that week. No makeup assessments are allowed unless pre arranged with the instructor. Assessments allow one attempt only, so save each answer before moving to the next question, and save all answers before submitting. Not following this procedure will result in a score of zero for all answers not saved. Students whom choose not to complete these assignments has an increased risk of failing the course. 1. Safety Test (Ch 1 in the Text or PDF file located on the main page) 2. Ch. 10 Plasma Arc Cutting 3. Ch. 11 Arc & Oxygen Arc Cutting Equipment & Processes 4. Ch. 12 Oxyfuel Gas Welding Equipment & Supplies 5. Ch. 13 Oxyfuel Gas Welding 6. Ch. 14 Oxyfuel Gas Cutting Equipment & Supplies 7. Ch. 15 Oxyfuel Gas Cutting 8. Ch. 16 Soldering 9. Ch. 17 Brazing & Braze Welding

6 WELDING SUPPLIES List of Supplies Required Daily For Welding Laboratory Classes WLDG-1435,2406,2453,2413 Gloves (all leather) (Replace each semester) Clear safety glasses (Replace each semester) Oxy-acetylene cutting goggles (No glasses or round lenses) Welding Hood (Jackson or Huntsman No Auto Darkening) Pliers 12 (slip-joint or channel lock) Chipping hammer Shoe Handle Wire brush (Replace each semester) Welding leather sleeves (No Green arm sleeves) WLDG-1435,2406,2453, & 2413 Welding text book Modern Welding (college book store) 2 3 Ring Binder (Bring to class every day) Writing tools (paper or small pocket note book and pencil or pen) 2 4-1/2 grinders (Good brand that will last like Makita) 6 Stringer bead brushes per semester Approximate ADDITIONAL ITEMS (SEE DRESS CODE BELOW) DRESS CODE FOR All WELDING CLASSES During class sessions, all welding students will wear: 1. Minimum of 2 100% cotton khaki shirt starched (with flaps over the pockets) (Approximate replacement of shirts each year) 2. Minimum of 2 pair Blue jeans or blue work pants starched or pressed (Approximate replacement of jeans each year) 3. All-cloth welding cap 4. Leather work boots (no low quarter boots or tennis shoes) (Replace as needed) 5. Clear ANSI Safety glasses (Replace each semester)

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