Course Numbers: IC00 Instructor: Willie Tabron
Ph. 919-496-3725, ext.351 or 352 Course Description:
These courses provides a basics introduction to construction work and the technical of aspect of
safety, introductions to the carpentry trade, hand and power tools, blueprints, reading plans and elevations, building materials, material handling, fasteners and adhesives. Leadership, career development, thinking and reasoning skills, mathematics and technology skills are rein forced in these courses as well. Job shadowing is appropriate work- based learning strategy for this course. Hand-on work experiences and Skills USA leadership activities provide many opportunities to enhance classroom instruction and career.
Course Outline ICOO
- Basic Safety
- Introduction to Const. Math
- Introduction to hands tools
- Introduction to power tools
- Introduction to Construction Drawings
- Basic rigging
- Basic communication skills
- Basic Employability Skills
- Material handling
- Your role in the Green Environment
Each Student should bring pencil and paper, a calculator, and measuring tape.
- No eating or drinking anything (except) water in Class or Shop
- Students must be seated when the bell rings.
- Students always should sit in their assigned seats.
- Safety glasses should be worn in the shop all times.
- No equipment or machines should be operated without instruction.
- No Cell phones or any other electronic device shall be used without permission.
- A safety contract should be signed by your parents before you can work in the shop.
- No hats or hoods should be worn on your head in the classroom or shop.
- No horse playing or running or throwing objects in the class or shop.
- No profanity.
- Students will follow all safety rules.
Tutoring Days: Tues.-Thurs. 2:45 pm- 3:30pm
18 Weeks Grade :
Classwork: 40% 1st nine weeks -40%
Shop: 20% 2nd nines week-40%
Tests 40 Final Exam 20%
In order to engage students, teach responsible use of Internet tools, and encourage learning in my classroom, I use the following tools:
- Quizlet Live
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