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BAA [Metal Technology 11] Framework
District Name: OKANAGAN SKAHA
District Number: 67
Developed by: Charles Lay
Date Developed: Feb. 15, 2004
School Name: Summerland Secondary
Principal’s Name: Bill Bidlake
Board/Authority Approval Date:
Board/Authority Signature:
Course Name: Metal Technology 11
Grade Level of Course: 11
Number of Course Credits: 2
Number of Hours of Instruction: 60
Prerequisite(s): a previous metal course recommended
Special Training, Facilities or Equipment Required:
 layout tools, measuring instruments, hand tools
 lathe, milling, drilling, and grinding tools and equipment
 welding machines, tools, and equipment
 basic forging and casting tools and equipment
 sheet metal tools and equipment
 oxy-acetylene and other welding tools
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Course Synopsis:
This course is designed for students to learn foundational theory and basic practical skills related to
machining, welding, fabrication, metallurgy, sheet metal, and art metal. Students will be required to
complete a mandatory project that will develop their skills in the areas of metal work. These will include
reading project blue prints to the manipulation of materials through metal shop practices and processes.
As a culmination, students will choose (from existing projects) or develop a project of their choice
following the prescribed design process. Learning outcomes for the course are grouped under the
curriculum organizer: health and safety, personal and project management, tools and equipment,
mathematical applications, materials, cutting processes and forming and joining processes. The approach
supports student skill development and encourages technological literacy in the use of tools, materials,
systems, and processes in an informed, ethical and responsible way.
Rationale:
This course is designed to develop foundation theory and skills to prepare students for further study
related to metal fabrication and machining (e.g., metal and fabrications 12, trades, engineering,
manufacturing). They will learn to use the tools, practices, and processes to design and create projects
(e.g., build tools and equipment, jewellery, art metal), pursue personal interests, develop practical life
skills to enhance self reliance, and develop marketable skills (to meet existing and anticipated new
demands from industry).
Finally, Technology is embodied in devices that extend human capabilities. It provides the tools to extend
our vision, to send and receive sounds and images from around the world, and to improve health, lifestyle,
economies, and ecosystems. As technology assumes an increasingly dominant force in society,
technological literacy is becoming as essential as numeracy skills and the ability to read and write. In
providing the fundamentals of technological literacy, technology education helps young people prepare to
live and work in a world of continuously evolving technologies.
Organizational Structure:
Unit/Topic
Title
Time /hours
Unit 1
Course outline and student expectations
2
Unit 2
Introduction to hand tools and precision measuring tools
2
Unit 3
Sketching/Drafting and reading blueprints
2
Unit 4
Mandatory project production
20
Unit 5
Self directed project pre-production
4
Unit 6
Self directed project production
30
Total Hours
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Unit/Topic/Module Descriptions:
Unit 1: Course Outline and Student Expectations:
Time: 2 hours
Students will be introduced to the course curriculum and the marking break down for the theory and practical
sections. They will be provided with a clear understanding of the behavioural and work ethic expectations I expect
from them and engage in a discussion of what their expectations are of me. In addition, at this time they will be
introduced to the mandatory projects and begin to decide which project they will choose to do.
Curriculum Organizers and Learning Outcomes:
Health and Safety
It is expected the students will:
 understand the classroom and shop behaviour expectations
 agreed to these expectations and sign the Student expectations and behaviour contract
 identify safety equipment and materials within the shop
 discuss safety issues and make connections between school, home and work
Personal and Project management
It is expected the students will:
 identify, and organize required materials for the course
 decide on choice for mandatory project
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Unit 2: Introduction to hand tools and precision measuring tools
Time: 2 hours
Students will begin the theory aspect of the course with an introduction to metal hand tools and precision measuring
tools required to complete the projects.
Curriculum Organizers and Learning Outcomes
Tools and Equipment
It is expected the students will:
 identify, describe and demonstrate the proper and safe use of:
-Hand tools
-measuring tools
-layout tools
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Unit 3: Sketching/Drafting and reading blueprints
Time: 2 hours
Without an understanding of the basic sketching and drafting techniques used by industry, students would be unable
to interpret technical drawings or communicate ideas. This unit will have student identify the various types of views
and line types used in technical drawings, and use paper modelling techniques to transfer drawing dimensions to
materials using industry layout techniques. This will get them into the first stages of the design process, “hands on”
modelling. This will give them foundation knowledge and skills required for the development of a student directed
project.
Curriculum Organizers and Learning Outcomes
Personal and Project Management
It is expected the students will:
 interpret drawings and produce simple sketches to communicate ideas
 identify, organize, and execute processes required to accomplish a task
 identify and organize task-related tools and materials
Mathematical Applications
It is expected the students will:
 demonstrate the ability to use the following measuring instruments:
- micrometers
- tape measures and scales
- calipers or other instruments that employ the vernier scale
 demonstrate proficiency in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers, fractions, and
decimals to perform layout and solve problems related to metal fabrication and machining
 estimate the solutions to calculations involving whole numbers, decimals, and fractions
 interpret tables and charts
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Unit 4: Mandatory project production
Time: 20 hours
Time for the students to put knowledge “into action’ and begin their first project. They will be organizing the
required materials and begin the stock break-out process. Once they have acquired the needed material they will
begin the sequential transferring of blue print dimension and laying out the project. This will also be the time when
they will, under supervision, demonstrate their ability to operate the shop equipment. Each student will be assessed
as to the safe operation on all equipment. They will be required to organize time management and availability of
equipment as there is not enough equipment for all students at the same time. This will require them to investigate
the processes needed to complete the project and in what sequence these processes can be carried out. Multi tasking
becomes an important tool as different aspect of the project can be worked on at the same time and final assembly
completed when the sub-components have been manufactured.
Curriculum Organizers and Learning Outcomes
Health and safety
It is expected the students will:
 consistently use safe work practices
 identify WHMIS symbols that apply to workplace materials
 demonstrate a knowledge of safety features and practices associated with oxy-acetylene equipment
 demonstrate a knowledge of safety features and practices associated with metal-related tools and equipment
 identify hazardous situations in the work environment and take appropriate action
 demonstrate good "housekeeping" techniques
Persona and Project management
It is expected the students will:
 interpret drawings and produce simple sketches to communicate design ideas
 identify, organize, and execute processes required to accomplish a task
 identify and organize task-related tools and materials
Mathematical Applications
It is expected the students will:
 demonstrate the ability to use the following measuring instruments:
- micrometers - tape measures and scales
- dial indicators - calipers or other instruments that employ the vernier scale
 demonstrate proficiency in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers, fractions, and
decimals to perform layout and solve problems related to metal fabrication and machining
 estimate the solutions to calculations involving whole numbers, decimals, and fractions
 convert between Imperial and 51 units
 demonstrate the application of basic geometry and basic trigonometry to solve problems related to angles and
tapers
 explain the significance of tolerances
 interpret tables and charts
Tools and Equipment
It is expected the students will:
 identify, describe, and use:
- layout tools
- measuring instruments
- hand tools
- lathe, milling, drilling, and grinding tools and equipment
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- welding machines, tools, and equipment - basic forging and casting tools and equipment
- sheet metal tools and equipment
identify needed repairs or replacements for broken or used parts
properly store tools and equipment
Materials
It is expected the students will:
 identify and describe the basic characteristics of common metals
 select metal stock whose size, structural shape, and finish are appropriate for specific applications
 identify common types and gauges of sheet metal
 use spark and file tests to identify ferrous metals
 describe and perform the processes of hardening and tempering
 describe the purposes of common surface treatments
Cutting Processes
It is expected the students will:
 perform cutting processes in a safe manner. use common hand tools for cutting metal use common sheet
metal cutting tools
 set up and perform the following cutting processes on a lathe:
- facing
- parallel turning to size
- drilling
 set up and perform grinding processes using: - bench / pedestal grinders
- portable grinders
- abrasive cut-off saws
 set up and perform drilling and countersinking processes using a drill press
 describe oxy-acetylene cutting
 set up and use oxy-acetylene equipment to perform short linear cuts freehand
 select the appropriate cutting tool for a given cutting task
Forming processes
It is expected the students will:
 execute forming and joining processes in a safe manner
 describe the characteristics and uses of the following common welding processes:
- oxy-acetylene
- SMAW (stick)
- GMAW (wire feed)
 identify types and uses of common SMAW electrodes
 set up and join steel parts using fillet and butt welds in flat position
 identify and use a variety of common mechanical fastening methods
 demonstrate the ability to layout, form! and join sheet metal using a variety of methods processes
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Unit 5: Self directed project pre-production
Time: 4 hours
At this stage students get the opportunity to apply the design process to a project of their choosing. They will brain
storm ideas using mind maps and sketches to narrow there choice on choosing a project. Once they have decided,
they will do a rough sketches and a fully dimensioned draft rendering of the project using the standard drafting
techniques. From these drawings they can model the project at ¼ scale using card board and work out any details.
Once at this stage and the project gets final approval they will develop a cutting and cost sheet to be submitted to the
instructor and begin production.
Curriculum Organizers and Learning Outcomes
Persona and Project management
It is expected the students will:
 produce simple sketches to communicate design ideas
 identify, organize, and execute processes required to accomplish a task
 identify and organize task-related tools and materials required to accomplish a task
 identify environmental, social, and ethical considerations associated with metal fabrication and machining
 identify and utilize employability skills. describe career opportunities that exist in metal-related industries
Mathematical Applications
It is expected the students will:
 demonstrate the ability to use the following measuring instruments:
- tape measures and scales
- calipers or other instruments that employ the Vernier scale
 demonstrate proficiency in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing whole numbers, fractions, and
decimals to perform layout and solve problems related to metal fabrication and machining
 estimate the solutions to calculations involving whole numbers, decimals, and fractions
 convert between Imperial and 51 units
 demonstrate the application of basic geometry and basic trigonometry to solve problems related to angles and
tapers
 explain the significance of tolerances
 interpret tables and charts
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Unit 6: Self directed project production
Time: 30 hours
At this stage students get the opportunity to apply the design process developed in unit 5. Once at this stage and the
project gets final approval they will develop a cutting and cost sheet to be submitted to the instructor and begin
production.
Curriculum Organizers and Learning Outcomes
Tools and Equipment
It is expected the students will:
 identify, describe, and use:
- layout tools
- measuring instruments
- hand tools
- lathe, milling, drilling, and grinding tools and equipment
- welding machines, tools, and equipment - basic forging and casting tools and equipment
- sheet metal tools and equipment
 identify needed repairs or replacements for broken or used parts
 properly store tools and equipment
Materials
It is expected the students will:
 identify and describe the basic characteristics of common metals
 select metal stock whose size, structural shape, and finish are appropriate for specific applications
 identify common types and gauges of sheet metal
 use spark and file tests to identify ferrous metals
 describe and perform the processes of hardening and tempering
 describe the purposes of common surface treatments
Cutting Processes
It is expected the students will:
 perform cutting processes in a safe manner. use common hand tools for cutting metal use common sheet
metal cutting tools
 set up and perform the following cutting processes on a lathe:
- facing - parallel turning to size -drilling
 set up and perform grinding processes using: - bench / pedestal grinders
- portable grinders
- abrasive cut-off saws
 set up and perform drilling and countersinking processes using a drill press
 describe oxy-acetylene cutting
 set up and use oxy-acetylene equipment to perform short linear cuts freehand
 select the appropriate cutting tool for a given cutting task
Forming processes
It is expected the students will:
 execute forming and joining processes in a safe manner
 describe the characteristics and uses of the following common welding processes:
- oxy-acetylene
- SMAW (stick)
- GMAW (wire feed)
 identify types and uses of common SMAW electrodes
 set up and join steel parts using fillet and butt welds in flat position
 identify and use a variety of common mechanical fastening methods
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demonstrate the ability to layout, form! and join sheet metal using a variety of methods processes
Instructional Component:
Direct instruction
Indirect instruction
Interactive instruction
Independent problem solving
Modelling
Brainstorming
Design process
Equipment operation demonstrations
Procedural videos
Analysis of own work
Assessment Component:
 25% of the mark will be based on written test and classroom assignments. Test and assignments will be
conducted throughout the first five weeks of the course to give the students the opportunity to learn the
required technical knowledge and procedures to complete their projects.
 15% of the mark will be assessed on the student’s daily conduct and attendance. This will be a daily mark
out of ten and will be posted weekly to allow students to do self evaluation on there behaviour, work ethic
and productivity.
 60% of the grade will be for project evaluation, where quality of construction, aesthetics and accuracy of
measurement as it relates to the blue print will be assessed.
Type of assessment
Formative
Category
Theory test and
assignments
Formative
Practical application
Summative
Project assessment
Details
Written test
–safety
-equipment operation techniques
-materials identification (metallurgy)
Work sheets (assignments)
-completed during lectures or videos
Performance – on time
Puts in a full class of work
Attitude –co-operative
Positive participation
Care to produce quality work
Behaviour –work ethic
Shop behaviour
Treats others with respect
Care of equipment and tools
Project evaluation
Attention to detail
Accuracy of measurement
Ethics
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Weighting
25%
15%
60%
10
Performance Methods
Daily participation
Completed projects
Brain storming
Project design
 sketches
 cost & materials sheets
 cutting list
Theory test
Work sheets based on video or
technical information delivered in
classroom
Personal Communication
Student/instructor
Self evaluation
Daily participation mark
reflection/self evaluation
Group dialogue
Other
Weekly assessment
Teacher anecdotal records
rubrics
Learning Resources:
Videos
Wall Mountain company, Inc.
Instructional welding videos
 Oxy-Act. Welding © 1989
 Torch Cutting ©1999
 Arc welding I © 2000
 Arc Welding II © 2002
Books
 Metalwork : Technology and Practice, Victor E. Repp, Glencoe, 1994
 Basic Metalwork procedures: Metric Edition, D.D. Caspersen, A wedge shop book, 1984
Additional Information:
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