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Manufacturing & Product Development

Lesson Plan Originally Created By: Matt Joiner

Metal Project Planning

Part of Unit: Planning and Layout Operations

Lesson Plan Overview / Details

By: Matt Joiner
This document provides the student, instructor, and parents with a clear understanding of the intended project. By completing this packet, the student, parents, and instructor have a tool for the grading of the project; this document also serves as a way to define the contribution of all persons involved in the successful completion of this project.

Lesson Duration

Time to Completion
50 - 100 Minutes

Standards

Objectives and Goals

This document provides the student, instructor, and parents with a clear understanding of the intended project. By completing this packet, the student, parents, and instructor have a tool for the grading of the project. This document also serves as a way to define the contribution of all persons involved in the successful completion of this project.

Lesson Preparation

Have prior project packets on hand for examples and completed projects to show the beginning and ending products

Activities in this Lesson

  • Intent:This document provides the student, instructor, and parents with a clear understanding of the intended project. By completing this packet, the student, parents, and instructor have a tool for the grading of the project; this document also serves as a way to define the contribution of all persons involved in the successful completion of this project. Directions:By completing this form (and receiving instructor consent), the student agrees to complete the project to the best of their ability given the tools, space and equipment available at the time. To successfully complete this form, the student will need to clearly state the scope, goals, objectives, specifications, timeline, materials required, estimated cost, and a completed project contract.Project Rules and Policies:I understand that I have to work on this project until it is 100% completed.I understand that if I do not complete this project it will negatively affect my gradeI understand that I can not change any partnerships that were established during the planning or construction phases of the project without instructor consent.I can fabricate ONE PROJECT at a time; additional project(s) may be allowed with instructor approval I also understand that a project left in the shop without the consent of the instructor for more than one week after school is out in the summer will be sold for materials cost.I am responsible for identifying my project and materials so that others cannot make claims upon my materials.If my project is stolen or misplaced, I am still responsible for the costs of the project. I have estimated the cost of the project and have received the consent of the instructor for the construction of the project.I understand that my grade is not only dependant upon my project, but also includes my professionalism, cleanup, participation, preparedness, and safe working habits.I will not blame any partners for any imperfections in the project. Ultimately the project reflects my concept of quality and craftsmanship.I AM RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COST OF MY PROJECT, REGARDLESS OF ITS FINAL OUTCOME (FINISHED OR UNFINISHED).(Student Signature) (Date)(Parent/ Guardian Signature) (Date)__________________________________________Instructor Approval (Date)

  • Project Description

    (Briefly describe what you want to build-- include all specs, why you want to build it, and for whom you will build the project):

    Anticipated Time to Complete (in Hours): ________________________________

    Anticipated Cost of Project: _______________________________________________

    Anticipated Completion Date: _____________________________________________

Assessment

Assessment Types:
Projects, Demonstrations, Observations,

Materials/Resources

  • Full Metal Project Packet Full Metal Project Packet [ Download ]