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TheoryTheory will be related to the practical assignments. A notebook will be checked each reporting period and daily logs may be used. Daily evaluation will be assessed for co-operation, safe working habits, clean-up and attitude. Late assignments will carry a penalty.
Rationale states: “A technologically literate person uses tools, materials, systems, and processes in an informed, ethical, and responsible way and students should develop, reinforce, and apply physical skills as they carry out technological tasks using tools, equipment, and materials correctly, efficiently, and safely”
Health & Safety Requirements: “Safe work practices and procedures, and creating an understanding of what is required for a healthy work environment, are absolutely essential. As students begin to work with tools and equipment, safety and practice procedures must be introduced and reinforced throughout. Correct safety practices must be established as soon as students begin their studies in technology education and must be maintained throughout the curriculum”
IRP Prescribed Learning Outcomes: “Apply safe work habits in accordance with established regulations, including WCB and WHMIS regulations”;
Drafting & Design 9 Course Content
Drafting & Design 10 Course Content
Drafting & Design 11Objective: Drafting & Design will enable students to:
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Assessment: (approx. 50% Theory 50% Practical)