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Title: Unit 2: Common Skills

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Unit 2 Common Skills
• Residential Construction

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Outline
• Topic 1 Blueprint Reading and Interpretation
(20 classes)
• Topic 2 Occupational Health and Safety (5
classes)
• Topic 3 Fabrication Lab Safety (10 classes)

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Topic 1 Blueprint Reading and Interpretation
(20 classes)
1. Alphabet of Lines
2. Freehand Sketching
3. Create and Interpret an Orthographic Projection
4. Create and Interpret an Isometric Projection
5. Correctly Interpret Units of Measurement and
Scale
6. Create and Interpret Floor Plans
7. Create and Interpret Elevations
8. Create and Interpret Electrical Plans
9. Create and Interpret Sheet Metal Drawings
10. Create and Interpret an Assembly Drawing

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Alphabet of Lines
• Technologically Literate
• Alphabet of Lines
• Construction Line
• Visible Object Line
• Hidden Line
• Center Line
• Extension Line
• Dimension Line
• Handout Alphabet of Lines

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Sketching
• Process
• Freehand Sketching
• Rulers and Scales

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Freehand Sketching
• No Rulers
• Start light
• Gradually get darker (harder to erase)
• Quick and not to scale

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Orthographic Projection
Front View
Side View
Top View
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Activities
• Handout Practice exercises 1-4
• Sketching Orthographic 1-3

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Isometric
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Activity
• Sketching Isometric 1-3

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Review Activity
• Using the provided shapes create three (3)
• Orthographic Projections
• Isometric Projections

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Scale and Units
• Correctly Interpret Units of Measurement and
Scale
• Unit of measure
• any standardized, reproducible unit that can be
used to measure
• Metric mm, cm, m, km
• Imperial in, foot, yard, mile

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• Drawings sometimes have to show objects too large
or too small to fit on a piece of paper.
• To show them on paper accurately we use a scale.
• Scale
• the ratio between the size of something and a
representation of it
• Ex. 1 12 (1 inch drawn 12 (foot) in real
life)

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Examples
• In the imperial system, a typical scale for a
house plan is 1/4 inch on the drawing represents
1 foot in the real world.
• For a metric drawing a scale can be 110, 120,
150.

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Points to Remember
• Most drawings use a scale
• While the scale can have any ratio, there are
standard ratios used for most drawings,
especially for buildings.
• Scale ensures that drawings are an accurate
representation of the object.
• While dimensions are placed on most drawings,
sometimes it is easier to just measure the
drawing and convert to the actual size using the
scale.

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Activity
• Using the grid supplied create three scale
drawings
• The shop (top view)
• The Computer Lab (top view)
• An object around the room (not simple squares,
triangles, or circles) (ortho and Iso)
• Label your scale (ex. 1 block 12)

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Floor Plans
• You will create and interpret floor plans
• We will take your skills with orthographic and
isometric projections and apply them to building
schematics and blueprints
• A floor plan is a top view of a building that has
been cut horizontally about halfway up the wall.

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• These plans will vary greatly from house to
house, depending on the specific needs and
preferences of the inhabitants.
• Usually shows at least walls, windows, doors, and
stairs
• A blueprint is a more detailed, exact scale
• A foundation drawing shows the basic structural
support of a home, its foundation.
• Handout Sample Floorplan 1-2, and Foundation

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Activity 1
• Look at the floor plan on the next slide and as a
• What is the width of the room?
• What is the depth (long side) of the room?
• How many windows are shown?
• How many doors are shown?

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Activity 2
• Using Handout Floor Plan, Scale
• Fill in ALL of the missing dimensions
• If time permits create a floor plan of one floor
in your own house from memory.

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Elevations
• Two Dimensional (2D) drawing of a home or
building shown from the front or the side.
• You will use your skills with orthographic
projections to make elevation drawings.

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• Elevation drawings show surface details and
finish materials
• location of windows, doors, stairs, etc.
• siding, brick, roofing, cabinetry, etc
• They show the appearance and position of various
elements of the structure.
• Part of the planning process of residential
construction.
• Floor plans provide general horizontal placement,
but elevation views will help determine vertical
placement and overall appearance.

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Activity
• Create a scale elevation drawing of one of the
walls in the shop and the computer lab.
• Include any doors, cabinets, surface details
(brick, texture, etc), windows, etc that are
present.
• Identify your scale on the drawing.