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Lesson Plan 1

 SCHOOL: J’s COLLEGE YEAR: 2012/2013 TERM : I FORM: IV EXAMINATION BODY: CXC/CSEC SUBJECT: TECHNICAL DRAWING TEACHER’S NAME: JAVED MOHAMMED DURATION OF LESSON: 45 MINS NO. OF STUDENTS: 17 AGE RANGE: 14-17 UNIT TOPIC: PLANE AND SOLID GEOMETRY MODULE: ORTHOGRAPHIC PROJECTION LESSON TOPIC: Introduction to Orthographic Projection

GENERAL OBJECTIVES: at the end of the lesson students will:

1. Demonstrate an understanding of Orthographic Projection

2. Identify the views looked at in Orthographic Projection

3. State the maximum views that can be viewed when looking at an object for producing orthographic projection drawings

Cognitive Domain

1. Define the term Orthographic Projection

2. State the views looked at in Orthographic Projection

Psychomotor Domain

1. Examine a geometrical wooden block by touching all surface areas.

2. Identify the correct views from a list

Affective Domain

1. Appreciate the importance of Orthographic Projection in Drafting

 Time Elements Content Teaching/Learning Resources Teacher Student Activities Evaluation Methods Activities Set Interactive 3mins Induction / Scenario related to the Drafting Industry discussion and Lesson Notes Relating, Listening, responding, writing Formative Introduction questioning Questioning Oral questioning Relating/ 2min Objectives Projector, Information Listening, responding, writing whiteboard Show and state the objectives Writing notes, • Definition of Orthographic Lesson Demonstrating, participating in demonstration. Discussion, demonstration explaining, Formative 15mins Presentation Projection Notes, Projector, asking and Examining a geometrical block and identify all the orthographic views. Oral questioning • Views looked at in Orthographic Projection responding to and Observation whiteboard, questions
 Time Elements Content Teaching/Learning Resources Teacher Student Activities Evaluation Methods Activities Lesson notes, Questioning, Listening, Formative 4mins Summary 1. Review of Questioning, relating Isometric responding to responding, Oral questioning presentation Blocks questions identifying and Observation Walk around the classroom facilitating and guiding students. 10mins Evaluation Worksheet When students are finished go through each question with the class. Provide explanations where necessary Complete work Summative sheet Observation, Orthographic Projection worksheet. worksheet Summarize the 5mins Conclusion Lesson notes concepts addressed in
presentations
1and 2. Give
homework.
Thank students
for their
participation,
1min
Closure
attention and
cooperation.
Dismiss class.

Introduction/Set Induction

Ø Scenario related to the Drafting Industry

Good Morning class. I have a part time job that involves Wood Working and last week Saturday I had some complications with a job presented by one of my good customers. My friend, Mr. Jack wants me to build a Speaker Box of which he had drawn. The drawing presented to me looked like this:

When I saw the drawing I thought that this job would be a piece of cake. As I was about to cut the first piece of material I realized that the drawing had no dimensions and I do not know how the back and the left side are shaped; is there a hole or a door to the back? This then caused me to lose valuable time because the drawing presented was not appropriate for this type of job.” Question: Can anyone tell me the best way for Mr. Jack to draw the box; keep in mind that I have to know the size and shape of each side of the speaker box? Possible Answers:

Ø Draw each side separately

Ø Draw the Speaker Box with Hidden lines

Ø Orthographic Projection (which brings us to today’s topic)

Objectives: Show and state the objectives using power point.

Presentation 1:

Give definition of Orthographic Projection.

Orthographic Projection is a collection of sequential, detailed drawings that work together to give an accurate overall representation of an object. Therefore, Orthographic Projection is a method of drawing an object looking at it from different views.

The views looked at in Orthographic Projection.

When drawing in Orthographic Projection we look at an object from six (6) views. They are the Top (Plan), Front, Back, Bottom, Left Side and Right Side.

Using samples of geometric blocks pass it around the class an ask students to feel each surface close their eyes and visualize what the surface looks like. (Spatial Intelligence, H. Gardner).

Ask students to try and sketch each view that they touch.

Summary

Pose questions to class:

1. What is Orthographic Projection?

2. How many views can we get when we draw in Orthographic Projection?

3. Name the views that we look at when drawing in Orthographic Projection?

1. Orthographic Projection is a collection of sequential, detailed drawings that work together to give an accurate overall representation of an

object.

2. Six (6) Views.

3. Top (Plan), Front, Back, Bottom, Left Side and Right Side

Evaluation Worksheet

The activity below focuses on Orthographic Projection Front Views. For this activity you are to choose the correct view from the section on the right and enter its number into the bubble- arrow provided next to the isometric object. The first one is done for you.

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click on link to online interactive activity

https://en.educaplay.com/en/learningresources/2493172/orthographic_projection.htm