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Commitment to #JaguarExcellence
Mr. Henderson RSS
Mission Statement

“The mission of East Orange Campus High School is to empower students to achieve at their fullest potential, as they develop to become competent and caring citizens, through relevant curricula. Students will use acquired skills to transfer knowledge to become successful participants in a global society.”


COURSE PROFICIENCIES

 

ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION 1 and 2

NEW JERSEY CORE PROFICIENCIES CONTENT STANDARDS

2012-2013


COURSE OBJECTIVES

1.              To develop an understanding of the Auto-CAD and Inventor drafting programs, uses, and applications. (1.4/12B3; 8.2/12A1, B1, F3; 9.1/12A1, F2; 9.3/12C3-6)

2.              To learn the abstract imagery skills needed to convert an idea into a final drawing. (1.4/12B3; 8.2/12A1, B1, F3; 9.1/12A1, F2; 9.3/12C3-6)

3.              To draft, using CAD software, patterns, and development problems. (1.4/12B3; 8.2/12A1, B1, F3; 9.1/12A1, F2; 9.3/12C3-6)

4.              To use CAD software, in order to design and create drawings and design solutions, to various technological problems. (1.4/12B3; 8.2/12A1, B1, C2-3, D1, E1, F2-3; 9.1/12A1,4; B3, F2; 9.3/12C3-6)

5.              To use the Auto-CAD system, to draw scale model elevations, of structures and objects. (1.4/12B3; 8.2/12A1, B1, F3; 9.1/12A1, F2; 9.3/12C3-6)

6.              To create prototypes of design and drawing ideas, using professional modeling techniques and tools. (1.3/12D1; 1.4/12B3; 8.2/12A1, B1-2, C2-3, D1, E1, F2-3; 9.1/12A1,4, B3, F2; 9.3/12C3-6)

7.              To research information and collect data required to properly develop design ideas. (5.1/12B1-4; 8.1/12A1, F1; 9.1/12B1; 9.3/12C5-6)

8.              To highlight opportunities, working conditions, and wages in the architectural, design, and engineering fields. (8.1/12F2; 8.2/12C1; 9.1/12F1; 9.2/12A1-5; 9.3/12C2-9)

9.              To develop skills that lead to careers in the fields of architecture, design, and engineering. (1.3/12D1; 1.4/12B3; 5.1/12B2-4, C1-3, D1-2; 8.1/12A1-4, F1-2; 8.2/12B1-3, C1-3, D1, E1, F1-3; 9.1/12F1; 9.2/12A1-5; 9.3/12C2-9)

10.       To explore the importance of CADD software as a communication medium in the technological world. (1.4/12B3; 5.1/12D2; 8.1/12F2; 8.2/12B3, F1; 9.1/12B1)

 

COURSE PROFICIENCIES (continued)

 

11.       To explore the importance of CAD/CAM systems in various production industries. (8.2/12B3, F1, G1; 9.1/12F1; 9.2/12A1-5; 9.3/12C2-9)

12.       To work within a schedule. (8.2/12B3; 9.1/12F2; 9.3/12C6)

13.       To understand the need for accuracy and quality in the communication of ideas. (8.2/12F1; 9.1/12B1)

14.       To create an educational environment conducive to analytical and aesthetic thinking in the process of problem-solving. (1.4/12B3; 5.1/12B1-3; 8.1/12C1; 8.2/12A1, B1-3, E1; 9.1/12A1,4, B1-3)

15.       To identify potential safety hazards and take appropriate actions to avoid accidents and/or react appropriately. (9.1/12F2; 9.3/12C6)

16.       To understand the interrelationship of CADD to other academic fields of study and the work environment. (1.4/12B3; 8.2/12G1; 9.2/12A5; 9.3/12C5)

17.       To recognize the individual’s role as a productive and contributing member of society. (8.2/12C1; 9.1/12C4-5, F1-2; 9.3/12C2-3,9)

 

 

STUDENT PROFICIENCIES

The student will be able to:

1.      Use the computer to prepare technical drafting and design projects and drawings.

2.      Apply drafting concepts to the computer programs.

3.      Produce orthographic and isometric drawings.

4.      Develop individual and group problemsolving and criticalthinking skills.

5.      Prototype designs and drawings, using various tools and techniques.

6.      Research and locate information and data needed in the development of design ideas.

7.      Create solutions to design and construction problems.

8.      Apply interdisciplinary concepts to the solution of design and engineering problems.

9.      Maintain a work schedule and use time efficiently.

10.  Identify the various differences between various architectural, design, and engineering careers and fields.

11.  Develop presentation and communication skills through project presentations.

12.  Maintain a portfolio to document work for evaluation and future reference.

13.  Use the computer as a tool for problemsolving, along with creative expression.

14.  Identify and follow safe work habits and practices.

15.  Develop their work related skills, as well as gain a better understanding of technological products, systems, and innovative design, which will help them to be more productive and technologically literate society members.

16.  To identify and practice safe work habits.

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