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Republic of the Philippines

CEBU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


MAIN EXTENSION CAMPUS
BITOON, DUMANJUG, CEBU PHILIPPINES 6035
url:http://www.ctu.edu.ph
Telefax. No. (032) 470-9298 / (032) 471-8312

Department of Industrial Technology and Engineering


COURSE SYLLABUS
IN

TD (Elect) 111
(Subject Code)

INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN AND FUNDAMENTAL SKETCHING


(Subject Title)
1st Sem., A.Y. 2016 2017

Department
Course No.
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Course Title
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Curriculum
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No. of hrs. / week :
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: Education
T.D. 111
Introduction to Design and Fundamental Sketching
BSED and BEED 1
3 hours
18 weeks
2 Units
NONE

Mission of the CTU


Provides advanced professional and technical instruction for special purposes, industrial trade, teacher education, agriculture, fishery, forestry,
engineering, aeronautics and land-based programs, arts and sciences, information technology and other relevant fields of study. It shall undertake
research, production and extension services, and provide progressive leadership across the areas of specialization for global empowerment.

Mission of the College


The college is continuously striving to provide the industry, both local and international, the needed manpower, highly educated and trained
according to the current engineering quality standards.
Vision of the College
Global recognition in engineering education excellence
Aim of the College
1. Provide quality engineering education and technical skills training attuned to the changing needs of the industry.
2. Train and develop students to be future leaders of the society imbued with the sense of social responsibility and
environmental consciousness.
3. Produce quality engineering graduates ready for the global market.
4. Produce innovative designs and technology-related researches for the benefit of the society.
5. Provide training and technical know-how to communities for their empowerment, increased livability and sustainability.
Aim of the Program
Equip students with specialized technical competencies of an occupation in the field of industrial technology and engineering towards
entrepreneurial capability and/or supervisory and management in the industry.
Course Description

: INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN AND FUNDAMENTAL SKETCHING


This course provides instruction and information on Trade Drawing- 122 which includes advanced technique
used in the preparation of working drawing such as : Orthographic, Dimensioning Drawing Scale, Blueprint
Reading and Isometric Drawing. This includes sketching/ interpreting of engineers/ concept/ ideas of jobs and
final drafting in inking. This prepares the student to use technical drawing as a tool in the communication
process in different areas of technical.

General Objectives:
1. Elucidate the principles of trade drawing as a a tool in the communication process in different areas.
2. Achieve skills in the proper use of drawing tools and equipment.
3. Obtain skills in identifying materials prior to designing, lettering and freehand sketching.
4. Enlarge skills in producing quantitative and qualitative working drawings.
5. Confer the basic principles of working drawings preparations.
7. Gain skills in the development of technology products through research apprehend the need to develop new technology in trade and technical
drawing.
8. Internalize the value and benefit of having output.

Specific Objectives:
1. Converse the principles of general trade drawing, methods and techniques in preparing working drawings also included.
2. Develop the love of work especially in sketching/designing/concept/ ideas of jobs and final drafting and inking.
3. Build up the awareness of careful use of tools, equipment and instruments.
4. Acquire skills in designing, lettering and freehand sketching.
5. Recognize the tools and materials use in drafting technology.
6. Gain skills in advanced technique used in the preparation of working drawing.
7. Fabricate a qualitative output in designing, lettering and freehand sketching.

COURSE : TD 111 - INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN AND FUNDAMENTAL SKETCHING

WEEK NO.

TOPICS

SEMESTER : FIRST

OBJECTIVES

DURATIONS

SCHOOL YEAR -2013 -2014


METHODS

RESOURCES

( IN HOURS )

WEEK 1

DRAWING TOOLS,
INSTRUMENTS, MATERIALS
AND EQUIPMENT

Discuss the definition of tools, instruments,


materials and equipment with its uses and
functions.
Observe and practice proper care and
manipulation of drawing tools, materials and
equipment.

1. DISCUSSIONS

NOTES:

2. BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

3.ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK

b. MODULES
INDUSTRIAL ARTS

WORKSHEET MAKING
( #1 SHEET LAY-OUT )

Construct Sheet Lay Out following the given

1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

measurements.

MAKING OF PLATES

Demonstrate Techniques on line exercises


PREPARE FREEHAND DRAWING

according to standard procedure.

WEEK 2

3
WORKSHEET MAKING

Sketch Line in Freehand

DRAW REGULAR POLYGONS

NOTES:

2.DEMONSTRATIONS

a. COMPILATIONS

3.ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK

b.MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES

MAKING OF PLATES
Identify Regular polygons correctly;
Demonstrate Appropriate steps and procedures
in drawing regular polygons.

WEEK 3

1.DISCUSSIONS

1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

( #2 LINE SKETCHING )

CONSTRUCT GEOMETRICAL
FIGURE

Draw Regular polygons according to standard


specifications.
Tools and instrument in drawing regular
polygons are identified.

1.DISCUSSIONS

a.MODULES

2.BOARDWORK

b.TEXTBOOK;DRAFTING

3.SEATWORK

BY;GERMAN M.
MANAOIS

4.DEMONSTRATION
5.ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK

WORKSHEET MAKING
(#3 SKETCHING GEOMETRICAL
FIGURES 1 )

BY;ROY NARVAEZ ROPA

Draw regular polygons

1.SUPERVISION ACTUAL
MAKING OF PLATES

Identify Regular solids correctly


Demonstrate Appropriate steps and procedures
in drawing regular solids.
CONSTRUCT GEOMETRICAL
FIGURE
DRAW REGULAR SOLIDS

WEEK 4

WEEK 5

WEEK 6

Draw regular solids

Know how colors are classified and produced;


Produce colors that are included in the color
systems.

VALUE SCALE
WORKSHEET MAKING

1.DEMONSTRATION

NOTES:

2.BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

3.DISCUSSION

b.MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES

1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

Produce the PRANG COLOR SYSTEM

MAKING OF PLATES
Be familiar with the color harmonies;

1.DISCUSSION

NOTES:

Apply three of the color harmonies properly.

2.BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

3.SEATWORK

b. MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES
& DRAFTING BY;
MANAOIS

1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

Produce the different color harmonies.

(# 6 COLOR HARMONIES)

WEEK 7

1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL
MAKING OF PLATES

Perform color harmonies combinations.


WORKSHEET MAKING

3.SEATWORK

BY;GERMAN M.
MANAOIS

5.ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK

(# 5 COLOR WHEEL )
COLOR HARMONIES

b.TEXTBOOK;DRAFTING

Tools and instrument in drawing regular solids

3
WORKSHEET MAKING

2.BOARDWORK

4.DEMONSTRATION

(#4 SKETCHING GEOMETRICAL


FIGURES 2 )
COLOR SYSTEMS AND COLOR
WHEELS

a.MODULES

Draw Regular solids according to standard


specifications.
are identified.

WORKSHEET MAKING

1.DISCUSSIONS

MAKING OF PLATES
Be familiar with the color value scales;
Give importance of a value scale by showing
instances.
Perform color value scales of different colors.

1.DISCUSSION

NOTES:

2.BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

3.SEATWORK
1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

b. MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES & DRAFTING

BY; MANAOIS
(# 7 COLOR VALUE SCALE)

MAKING OF PLATES
Apply shading techniques making use of
appropriate

WEEK 8

WEEK 9

PORTRAIT SKETCHING

standard specification.
Apply pencil rendering techniques according to

1.DISCUSSION

NOTES:

2.BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

3.SEATWORK

b. MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES
& DRAFTING BY;
MANAOIS

WORKSHEET MAKING

appropriate drawing materials.


Perform portrait sketching with creativity on
value

(# 8 PORTRAIT SKETCHING)

scale application.

LETTERING

1.DISCUSSION

NOTES:

LETTER STYLES

Explain the importance of lettering properly


Perform each style of letter on commercial
standards.

2.BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

PROPER SROKES

Use appropriate lettering instruments correctly.

3.SEATWORK

b. MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES
& DRAFTING BY;
MANAOIS

MAKING OF PLATES

COMPOSITION
WORKSHEET MAKING

1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

4.ASSIGNMENT/HOMEWORK
1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

Perform Bold Gothic Letters.

(# 9 BOLD GOTHIC LETTERS

MAKING OF PLATES
1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

WEEK 10

WORKSHEET MAKING
(# 10 OLD ROMAN LETTERS)

WEEK 11

WORKSHEET MAKING
(# 11 MODERN ROMAN
LETTERS & NUMBERS)

MAKING OF PLATES
Perform Old Roman Letters.

Perform Modern Old Roman Letters and


Numbers.

NOTES:
a. COMPILATIONS

2.DEMONSTRATION

b. MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES
& DRAFTING BY;
MANAOIS

1.DEMONSTRATION

NOTES:

2.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

a. COMPILATIONS

MAKING OF PROJECT

b. MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP

SERIES & DRAFTING


BY; MANAOIS

WEEK 12
WORKSHEET MAKING

Perform Modern Roman Italic.

1.DEMONSTRATION

NOTES:

2.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

a. COMPILATIONS

MAKING OF PROJECT

(# 12 MODERN ROMAN ITALIC)

WEEK 13

WORKSHEET MAKING
(# 13 TEXT ALPHABET AND
NUMBERS)

3
Perform Text Alphabet and Numbers.

WORKSHEET MAKING
(# 14 LETTER CUTTING )

BRUSH LETTERING
Types of Brushes and Brush
Strokes

WEEK 15

Perform Letter Cutting on paper/ Styrofoam.

familiar with the different brushes for lettering


and the proper way to use them.
show skills in using the different types of brush.

1.DEMONSTRATION

NOTES:

2.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

a. COMPILATIONS

MAKING OF PROJECT

WEEK 14
3

b. MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES
& DRAFTING BY;
MANAOIS

b. MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES
& DRAFTING BY;
MANAOIS

1.DEMONSTRATION

NOTES:

2.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

a. COMPILATIONS

MAKING OF PROJECT
3.DISCUSSION

b.MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES

1.DISCUSSION

NOTES:

2.BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

3.SEATWORK

b.MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES

WORKSHEET MAKING

1.DEMONSTRATION

NOTES:

2.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

a. COMPILATIONS

(# 15 BRUSH LETTERING)

Perform brush lettering.

MAKING OF PROJECT

SIGN PAINTING
Types and Importance
WEEK 16

demonstrate understanding of the process and


delivery
in sign painting;
able to make different kinds of sign painting.

WORKSHEET MAKING

(# 16 SIGN PAINTING)
DESIGNING
Principles

WEEK 17

Elements
Kinds
WORKSHEET MAKING

1.DEMONSTRATION

NOTES:

2.BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

3.DISCUSSION

b.MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES
& DRAFTING BY;
MANAOIS

1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

Perform sign painting.

MAKING OF PROJECT
familiar with the principles, elements and kinds
of design;
make a design following the different design
principles;
illustrate the different elements of design
through an
artwork;
perform designing from a given scenario.

b.MODULES

1.DEMONSTRATION

NOTES:

2.BOARDWORK

a. COMPILATIONS

3.DISCUSSION

b.MODULES
c. TEXTBOOK; SEDP
SERIES
& DRAFTING BY;

1.SUPERVISION -ACTUAL

MANAOIS
(# 17 DESIGNING)

WEEK 18

FINAL EXAMINATION

References:

Books:
1 Ropa, R. N. Industrial Arts;
2 Manaois, G.M. Drafting ;

www.google.com

Supplementary Materials

Handouts
Illustration/Drawing

Teaching Methods/Learning Activities

Lecture-Discussion
Demonstration
Workshop
Group Dynamics
Facilitation
Individual Project
Brainstorming
Group Project

MAKING OF PROJECT
ANSWER THE TEST QUESTIONS

Instructional Materials

Visual Aids
Chalkboard/White Board
Hands out

Course Requirements

Group Project
Plates Compilation
Major Exams
Attendance
Class Participation
Oral presentation

Evaluation of Student Performance/Grading


1
2
3
4

Quizzes
30 %
Term Exam 40 %
Class Participation 20%
Projects
10%
Total
100%
Class Policies
A Attendance
Students are not allowed to have 20% or more absences of the total class hours otherwise; they will be graded as follows:
Dropped (if majority of the excessive absences are an excuse)
Failed (if majority of the excessive absences are an excuse)
B. Decorum
Students are required to:

wear their identification cards and observe proper dress code at all times;

turn off or put in silent mode their cellular phones during class hours;

maintain cleanliness and orderliness of the room at all times and

come to class on time.

B Examination Evaluation

Quizzes may be announced or unannounced

Long examination are always announced

Cheating is strictly prohibited. As student who is caught cheating will be given score of zero for first offense. For the second offense he/she will
automatically fail the subject.

Student who missed exams, exercises or quizzes may only excuse for any of the following reasons:
participation in a university/college approved fieldtrip or activity(must declared one week in advance);
personal illness (must present medical certificate); and
death or serious illness in the immediate family (must present death or medical certificate).

Prepared by:

MR. SAMUEL C. VILLA JR., MAVEd


Part-Time

Instructor

Approved:

ROMEO C. LEPITEN, ECE, DM


Campus Director