Syllabus

Course Syllabus
Intermediate Lathe and BenchWORKCourse Number: 540049
 
 
 
Intermidiate Lathe and Benchmark is a one-credit course that provides an introducton to manufacturing processes and job opportunities for students who are pursuing careers in manufacturing.
 
 
Safety
Students will :
 
Apply safety rules, regulations, and procedures for lathe and benchwork.
 
 
Maintenance
 
Demonstrate maintenance of the lathe, including cleaning, inspecting, lubricating, and setting
up.
 
 
Operations
 
Demonstrate intermidiate lathe operations, including calculating speed and feed per meterial and tooling, aligning the tailstock, reaming a hole, boring a hole counterboring a hole, forming a cut, machining an O-ring groove, parting off the work piece, turning a shaft between a centers, and turning close-tolerance diameteres.
 
Demonstrate intermediate boring, turning, facing, and tapping on a work piece.
 
Demonstrate advanced-level engine lathe operations, including calculating speed and feed for appropriate materials and tooling, turning multiple diameters, using a taper attachment, power tapping on a lathe, chasing right and left hand internal threads, boring a hole and boring an interenal angle.
 
Demonstrate advanced boring, turning, facing, and tapping on a work piece according to NIMS
Level 1 standards.
 
 
 
Introduction to Precision Machining
540041
Unit 1     Introduction
 
Students will :
 
        1. summarize purposes, rules, and regulations reletive to the precision machining technology program. 
 
Objectives and Knowledge:
 
        1. learn relevent safety rules and regulations to be applied in the classroom and lab setting.
        2. Obtain knowledge of the advancment of machine tools throught history.
        3. Gain an understanding of the multiplicity of career oppertunities related to precision machining.
 
Essential Question:
        What role will machine tools play in the future?
 
Unit Assesment:
        1. Evaluation of student practices in the classroom and in the labratory.
        2. Written assesments.
 
Unit/ Course CTSO Activity:
        1. successful completion of industry-based written and performance testing.
        2. Student portfolio submission.
 
Unit 2     Safety
 
Students will:
        2. Apply safety rules, regulations, and procedures for precision machining technology. 
                   Examples: laboratory, fire, elctrical, and equipment safety.
 
Learniong Objectives: 
        1. Eplain the role that safety plays in the classrom and lab (machine shop).
        2. Explain the aproprate safety precedures applicable to common manufacturing facilities.
        3. Demonstrate the use and care of appropiate personal protective equipment (PPE).
        4. Properly don andremove personal protective equipment (safety goggles, hearing protection, and a hard hat).
        5. Explain the importance of Hazard Comunications (HazCom) and material safety data sheets (MSDS).
        6. Describe fire prevention and firefighting techniques.
        7. Demonstrate correct selection and use of hand tools.
                                                            
Essential Question:
        How do OSHA rules and regulations apply to machine shop safety.
                                                                     
Unit Assesment:
       Evaluation of student practices in the classroom and in the laboratory.
       Written and performance assesments.
 
Unit/ Course CTSO Activity:
       1. Continue Skills USA leadership Development Programs.
       2.Establish documentation for student's career portfolio.
       3.Students review Skill USA Technical Standards and Contest Projects
 
Unit/Course Culminating Product:
      Students portfolio items to include safety tests passed at 100%.
 
Unit 3     Print Reading:
 
Students will: 
        3. Identify blueprint symbols and lines related to precision machining.
               Examples: duel dimentions, limit dimentioning, scales and rulers, single and multiview drawings.
 
Learning Objectives:
 
Students will:
        1. Identify line types (Object, Hidden, center, Demension, Cutting Plane, Cross secdtion, Extension).
        2. Identify blueprint views.
        3. Identify basic geometric diminsioning and tolerenceing, notations, symbols, etc.
 
Essential Questions:
        Why is blueprint reading important to machining?
 
Unit Assesment:
        Evaliuation of student practices in the classroom and in the laboratory.
        Written and preformance assesments.
 
Unit/ Course CTSO Acivity:
        1. Continue Skills USA Leadership Development Programs.
        2. Establish documentation for staudent's career portfolio.
        3. Students review Skills USA Technical Standards and Contsest Projects.
 
Unit/ Course Culminating Prodeuct:
       Successful completion of industry-based written testing.
       Student portfolio submission.
                                      
 
Unit 4-5     Drill Press
 
Students will:
       4. Demonstrate care and safety for a drill press.
                 Examples: maintenance-operating, cleaning, lubricating, setting up.
       5. Demonstrate drill press operations to include hand shapening a drill bit, center drilling, drilling a work peaice, countersinking a hole, counter boring a hole, and calculating speed and feed rate per material and tooling.
 
Learning Objectives:
        1. Learn proper care and safety of a drill press (maintenance, lubrication centeredrilling, etc).
        2. Know proper techniques for sharpening a drill bit.
        3. Know hoe to determine speed/feeds.
        4. Perform drilling operation(countersinking, couterboring, spotfacing, centerdrilling, etc)
 
Essetnial Question:
        What role does a drill press play in a modern machine shop?
 
Unit Assesmnet:
         Evaluation of student practices in the classroom and in the laboraroy.
         Writtenand performance assessments.
 
Unit/ Course CTSO Activity:
          1. Continue Skills USA Leadreship Development Programs.
          2. Establish documentation for student's career portfolio.
          3. Students review Skills USA Technical Standards and Contest Projects.
 
Unit 6-7     Power Saws
 
Students will:
          6. Demonstrate care and safety for vertical and horizantal poqer saws.
                 Examples: maintenance- operating, cleaning, lubricating, setting up.
          7. Demonstrate saw operations, including installing a saw blade, straight cutting a work piece, sawing an angle, and sawing a slot on a vertical saw.
 
Learning Objectives:
         
Students will:
          1. Know safe power saw practices.
          2. Practice proper maintenance and care for the power saw.
          3. Learn multiple saw operations ( Content Standard).
 
Learning Objectives
 
Students will:
           1. Know safe power saw practices.
           2. Practice proper maintenance and care for the power saw.
           3. Learn multiple saw operations ( content standard).
 
Essential Questions:
           What role do power saws have in modern metal working.
 
Unit Assesment:
           Evaluation of student practices in the classroom and larbratory.
 
Unit/ Course CTSO Activity:
          1. Continue Skils USA Leadership Devlopment Program.
          2. Establish documentation for studet;\'s career portfolio.
          3. Students review Skills USA Technical Standards and Contest Projects.
 
Unit/ Course Culminating Product.:
          Successful completion of indusrty-based written and performence testing.
          Student portfoilio submission.
 
Unit 8-9     Bench-work
 
Students will:
          8. Apply bench-work skills and safety practices related to precision machining.
             a. Demonstrating layout with combination square and scribe.
                Examples: whole circle using length of chord; layout with vernier hieght gage; hand gtapping internal threads, producing external threads with threading die, ring testing grinding wheel, mounting grinding wheel on bench grinder and adjusting safety guards, hand grinding various cutting tools.
        9. Demonstrate skills in mathematics concepts related to precision machining.
 
Learning Standrads:
        1. Learning safe use of lay-out tools and chemicals Lay-out dye, etc.
        2. Know proper hand tapping and die threading techniques.
\       3. Be able to safely test and install bench grinding wheels, guards, etc.
        4. Apply math concepts to lay-out operations (trigonometry, geometry, etc.
        5. Demonstrate surface plate lay-out techniques.
 
Essential Questions:
        What corrolation exists between hand tools and Machine tools.
 
Unit Assesment:
       Evaluation of student practices in the classroom and in the laboratory.
 
Unit/ Course CTSO Activety:
       1. Continue Skills USA Leadership Devlopment Program.
       2. Establish documentation for student's career portfolio.
       3. Students review Skills USA Technical Standards and Contests Projects.
 
Unit/ Course Culminating Product:
       Successful completion of industry-based written and performance testing.
 
Unit 10     Career Path Oppertunities
 
Students will:
       10. Identify career oppertunities available in the precision machining industry.
 
Learning Objectives:
 
       1. Explore career opertunities.
       2. Identify diffrent career paths.
       3. Prepare a reume.
       4. Apply ethical work habits and behavior.
 
Essential Questions:
       How do personal ethics impact career succes.
 
Unit Assesment:
      Evaluation of student practices in the classroom and in the laboratory.
 
Unit/ Course CTSO Activity:
       1. Continue Skills USA Leadership Devlopment Program.
       2. Establish documentation of student's career portfolio.
       3. Students review Skills USA Technical Standards and Contests Projects.
 
Unit/ Course Culminating Prodeuct:
       Succesful completion of undustry-based written and performance testing.
       Students portfolio submission.
 
 
Introduction to Lathe
 540047
 
Unit 1     Safety
      
      1. Demonstrate care and safety for an engine lathe.
            Examples: maintenance- operating, cleaning, lubricating, setting up.
      
Learning Objectives
       1. Explain the role that the safety plays in the classroom/Lab.
       2. Explain the appropriate safety precautions applicable to common manufactruing facilities.
       3. Deomonstrate the use and care of appropriate equipment.
       4. Properly don and remove personal protective equipment.
       5. Explainthe importance of Hazard Communications and material data sheets.
       6. Describe fire prevention and firefighting techniques.
       7. Demonstrate correct selection and use of hand tools.
 
Essential Question:
       How do OSHA rules and regulations apply to Machine Shop safety.
 
Unit Assesment:
       Evaluation of student practices in the classroom and in the laboratory.
       Written and performance assesments.
 
Unit/ Course CTSO Activity:
        1. Continue Skills USA Leadership Development Program.
        2. Establish documentation of student's career portfolio.
        3. Students review Skills USA Technical Standards and Contests Projects.
 
Unit/ Course Culmiating Product:
        Student portfolio items to include safety tests passed at 100%.
        Injury free students at the end of the course.