• Advanced Carpentry

    Second semester level 2 carpentry

    Advanced Carpentry

    Queen Anne’s County High School

     

    Teacher: Mr. Ron Frederick Prerequisites:

                                                                             Building and Construction Tech                                Intro to Carpentry

        Intermediate Carpentry  

     

    Department: CTE Credits: 2



    Program Description:

    Upon successful completion of this program the student will have the necessary basic knowledge and skills for a career as a Carpenter in the Construction or Maintenance arena.  Students will learn the construction, installation, and repair of structures and fixtures from wood and other materials.

     

    NCCER Standardized Craft Training

     

    The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) provides a standardized national program of accredited craft training. The program provides students with a standard form of recognition (certification) through the National Craft Training Registry. To earn a certificate, students must pass the standardized tests and performance profiles with a grade of 70% or higher. Any certification exam grade below 70% is considered failing and will be entered into the gradebook as a zero until the exam is retaken.




    Course Outcomes:

     

    Students will complete the following competencies that are assigned by the National Center for Construction Education and Research:  Hand and Power Tools, Orientation to the Trade, Wood Building Materials, Fasteners, & Adhesives, and Floor Systems. The students will also have to show proficiency in using the NCCER skills to complete multiple individual and group projects.

     

    Grading Policy:

     

    • Formative Assessments = 40%

    Communication skills, employability skills and daily practice/participation

    • Summative Assessments = 45%

    Tests, quizzes and competencies

    • Final Exam and Project = 15%











    Course Outline:

     

    Topics

    Time Frame

    Assessments

    Windows and Doors

    12.5 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

    Basic Stair Layout

     

    12.5 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

    Intro to Concrete

    5 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

    Orientation to the Trade

    2.5 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

    Building Materials, Fasteners & Adhesives

    7.5 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

     

    Required Materials:

    Pencil

    Loose leaf paper

    Close-toed shoes

    Calculators and 25’ tape measure are recommended

     

    Textbooks:

    Carpentry Fundamentals Level 1




    Carpentry Shop Rules

     

    1. Safety Glasses must be worn at all times.
    2. NO horseplay at any time.
    3. NO throwing of ANY object.

    Throwing objects of any kind in the class or shop is a serious safety violation and a danger to students and teachers alike. Throwing in any form will not be tolerated. Students caught throwing will be suspended from school and may be recommended for removal from the Construction and Technology Program

    1. NO talking to the operator of any power tool.
    2. NO food or drinks in the shop.
    3. Do not leave tools of any kind on an elevated surface. (saw horse, step ladder, etc.)
    4. Do not use stationary tools as a table.
    5. Closed toed shoes must be worn in the shop.  (no sandals, flip flops, open toed shoes or heeled shoes)
    6. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry.
    7. Do not operate any machinery without permission.
    8. EVERYONE is required to clean up at the end of class
    9.  No I-pods, headphones or cell phones.

     

    Carpentry Classroom Rules

     

    1. Be on time.
    2. Be prepared.  (pencil and 3 ring binder)
    3. No profanity.
    4. No cell phones or I-Pods.
    5. No food or drinks. (students may have bottled water in the classroom.)

     

    These rules are in place to ensure a safe and constructive learning environment.  Failure to follow these rules will carry consequences including but not limited to: verbal warning, deduction in grade, after-school detention.







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  • Intermediate Carpentry

    First semester level 2 carpentry

    Intermediate Carpentry 1

    Queen Anne’s County High School

     

    Teacher: Mr. Ron Frederick Prerequisites:

                                                                             Building and Construction Tech                                Intro to Carpentry

     

    Department: CTE Credits: 2



    Program Description:

    Upon successful completion of this program the student will have the necessary basic knowledge and skills for a career as a Carpenter in the Construction or Maintenance arena.  Students will learn the construction, installation, and repair of structures and fixtures from wood and other materials.

     

    NCCER Standardized Craft Training

     

    The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) provides a standardized national program of accredited craft training. The program provides students with a standard form of recognition (certification) through the National Craft Training Registry. To earn a certificate, students must pass the standardized tests and performance profiles with a grade of 70% or higher. Any certification exam grade below 70% is considered failing.




    Course Outcomes:

     

    Students will complete the following competencies that are assigned by the National Center for Construction Education and Research:  Hand and Power Tools, Orientation to the Trade, Wood Building Materials, Fasteners, & Adhesives, and Floor Systems. The students will also have to show proficiency in using the NCCER skills to complete multiple individual and group projects.

     

    Grading Policy:

     

    • Formative Assessments = 40%

    Communication skills, employability skills and daily practice/participation

    • Summative Assessments = 45%

    Tests, quizzes and competencies

    • Final Exam and Project = 15%











    Course Outline:

     

    Topics

    Time Frame

    Assessments

    Hand and Power Tools

    10 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

    Orientation to the Trade

    2.5 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

    Building Materials, Fasteners & Adhesives

    7.5 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

    Reading Plans and Elevations

    20 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

    Floor Systems

     

    25 Hours

    Participation, competencies, quizzes and tests

     

    Required Materials:

    Pencil

    Loose leaf paper

    Close-toed shoes

     

    Textbooks:

    Carpentry Fundamentals Level 1




    Carpentry Shop Rules

     

    1. Safety Glasses must be worn at all times.
    2. NO horseplay at any time.
    3. NO throwing of ANY object.

    Throwing objects of any kind in the class or shop is a serious safety violation and a danger to students and teachers alike. Throwing in any form will not be tolerated. Students caught throwing will be suspended from school and may be recommended for removal from the Construction and Technology Program

    1. NO talking to the operator of any power tool.
    2. NO food or drinks in the shop.
    3. Do not leave tools of any kind on an elevated surface. (saw horse, step ladder, etc.)
    4. Do not use stationary tools as a table.
    5. Closed toed shoes must be worn in the shop.  (no sandals, flip flops, open toed shoes or heeled shoes)
    6. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry.
    7. Do not operate any machinery without permission.
    8. EVERYONE is required to clean up at the end of class
    9.  No I-pods, headphones or cell phones.

     

    Carpentry Classroom Rules

     

    1. Be on time.
    2. Be prepared.  (pencil and 3 ring binder)
    3. No profanity.
    4. No cell phones or I-Pods.
    5. No food or drinks. (students may have bottled water in the classroom.)

     

    These rules are in place to ensure a safe and constructive learning environment.  Failure to follow these rules will carry consequences including but not limited to: verbal warning, deduction in grade, after-school detention.

     

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  • Building and Construction Tech.

    First semester level one carpentry class
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