College of the Redwoods Selected Topics Courses DATE: 2/14/05 COURSE DISCIPLINE AND NUMBER: CT99 SPECIFIC TOPIC/COURSE TITLE: Woodworking Aesthetics Is this the first time this course has been offered? TOTAL UNITS: 3 TOTAL HOURS: [Lecture Units: 1 The third time? Lab Units: 2] 126 [Lecture Hours: 18 MAXIMUM CLASS SIZE: The second time? Lab Hours: 108] 15 DESCRIPTION OF SELECTED TOPIC: The description should clearly state the scope of the course, its level, and what student goals the course is designed to fulfill. Woodworking Aesthics is an intermediate course covering the aesthetic elements used in furniture and cabinet construction. Topics covered include woodturning, exposed joinery, veneering, inlay, carving and coloring wood. Students enrolled in this course will receive lecture and hands on demonstrations of the topics as well as lab time for project work. Students that successfully complete this project based course will complete an individually designed, capstone project that incorporates the methods taught. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES: What should the students be able to do as a result of taking this course? State some of the objectives in terms of specific, measurable student accomplishments. Upon sucessful completion of this course the student will be able to: 1. Identify and use the woodworking tools and techniques introduced in this course. 2. Demonstrate methods taught in the course through the completion of excercises and projects. 3. Develop and complete, including applying a finish, a capstone project that integrates wood turning, inlay, veneering, exposed joinery, wood carving, and coloring wood. 4. Critique examples of furniture and cabinetry that incorporate the elements taught in this course. 5. Participate in periodic project evaluations. COURSE CONTENT: Attach a copy of the course syllabus (including description, policies, and schedule of instruction and assignments). See attached. REPRESENTATIVE LEARNING ACTIVITIES: What will the students be doing (i.e. listening to lectures, participating in discussions and/or group activities, attending a field trip, etc.)? Relate the activities directly to the Course Learning Outcomes. Selected Topics Courses Form draft 3/11/05 Draft: Sept. 3, 2004 Page 1 Learning activities in this course will include but not limited to: lectures, demonstrations, guided practice, library and internet research, instructor and peer review and self critique. ASSESSMENT TASKS: How will the students show evidence of achieving the Course Learning Outcomes? Following directed reading and lecture/demonstrations, students will engage in a series of six manipulative exercises in which they will practice the skills demonstraited. Upon completion of each assignment, the students will receive feedback and evaluation from the instructor on the quality and completeness of each exercise. Once the exercises are complete, the student is required to combine at least one element from each assigned area into a capstone project. PREREQUISITES: No Yes Course: CT 21A Rationale for Prerequisite? Describe representative skills without which the student would be highly unlikely to succeed. Students in Woodworking Aesthetics will require the woodworking hand tool and machinery skills introduced in CT21A. Skills required upon starting this course include stock squaring and preparation, hand tool sharpening, rotary cutting machinery safety, and previous practice with conceled joinery. COREQUISITE: No Yes Rationale for Corequisite? Course: RECOMMENDED PREPARATION: No Yes Course: CT Rationale for Recommended Preparation? 21B or equivalent, English 150 Woodworking Aesthetics builds upon the hand and machine tool safety and skills aquired in beginning and intermediate woodworking courses. This course requires college-level reading and comprehension. EXAMPLES OF APPROPRIATE TEXTS OR OTHER READINGS: Title, Author, and Date are required. Author David Pye, Title Author Richard Date Raffan, February, 2005 Author Wayne Barton, The Nature and Aesthetics of Design; Title Title Date 1995 Complete Illustrated Guide to Turning (Taunton Press); Chip Carving: Design & Pattern Sourcebook; Date March 2002 Robert W. Lang Title Shop Drawings for Craftsman Inlays & Hardware: Original Designs by Gustav Stickley and Harvey Ellis; Date Oct. 2004 Author Other Appropriate Readings: Fine Woodworking on Marquetry and Veneer (Taunton Press);The Editors of Taunton Press, 1974 Modern Practical Joinery: A Treatise on the Practice of Joiner's Work by Hand and Machine, for the Use of Workmen, Architects, Builders, and Machinists; George Ellis, 1987 Course Data Form 3/11/05 Final DRAFT July 2003 2 May 29, 2016 Submitted by: Paul Kinsey Tel. Ext. 4349 Date: 2/24/05 Submitting Division/Center Review: Date: Curriculum Committee Approval Date: March 11, 2005 Course Data Form 3/11/05 Final DRAFT July 2003 3 May 29, 2016 FOR VPAA USE ONLY PROGRAM AND COURSE NUMBER TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1. Department: Choose One: 16. CoRequisite Course: 2. Subject: 17. CoRequisite Noncourse: Course No: 3. Credit Type: Choose One: 4. Min/Maximum Units: 18. Maximum Class Size: to variable units 19. Repeat/Retake: Choose One: 5. Course Level: Choose One: 20. Count Retakes for Credit: yes no 6. Academic Level: UG Undergraduate 21. Only Pass/No Pass: yes no 7. Grade Scheme: UG Undergraduate 22. Allow Pass/No Pass: yes no 8. Short Title: 23. VATEA Funded Course: yes no 9. Long Title: 24. Accounting Method: Choose One: 10. National ID (CIP): 25. Disability Status: Choose One: 11. Local ID (TOPS): 26. Billing Method: T-Term 12. Course Types: Level One Basic Skills: Choose One: 27. Billing Period: R-Reporting Term 28. Billing Credits: Level Two Work Experience: Choose One: Level Three: 29. Purpose: Choose One: Placeholder for GE OR 30. Articulation No. (CAN): Choose One: 31. Articulation Seq. (CAN): Level Four: If GE : Choose One: 13. Instructional Method: Choose One: 14. Inst Ld (TLUs): 32. Transfer Status: Choose One: 33. Equates to another course? Contact Hours: 15. Prerequisite: Particular Comments for Printed Schedule. . Course Data Form 3/11/05 Final DRAFT July 2003 4 May 29, 2016 course number.