Part of Unit: Agricultural Cold/Hot Metal Processes
Lesson Plan Overview / Details
Note: This lesson should directly follow the lesson on Cold
Metal Project Layout / Cold Metal Process.
Students will learn about the two main forms of breaking metal, breaking-bending or forming a flat shape into a 3 dimensional object, drilling, tapping, riveting and bolting
- Instructional Time
- 2 Hours
California Career and Technical Education Standards
- ANR.B.B5.3 Know layout skills.
- ANR.B.B5.4 Know basic cold metal processes (e.g., shearing, cutting, drilling, threading, b...
- ANR.FS.9.3 Understand how to organize and structure work individually and in teams for effe...
California Academic Content Standards (Reinforced)
- ELA.9-10.R.CAGT.2.6 Demonstrate use of sophisticated learning tools by following technical direction...2
Objectives and Goals
- 1. Students will know the two main forms of breaking metal.
- 2. Students will fold their paper dust pan.
Activities in this Lesson
- Link to cold metal project layout / transfer - Hooks / Set
Say: Yesterday you successfully transferred a project plan for a sheet metal dust pan.
What is the next step in the construction process? (folding/bending)
That is correct! Today will be all about turning our project into a three dimensional project.
- PPT Cold Metal Process - Lecture
- Cold Metal Processes 1.pptx [ Download ]
- Cut out and fold paper dust pan - Demo / Modeling
Show a copy of the attached sheet metal project plan on the LCD projector.
Explain to the students that the broken or dotted lines are the lines that they will be bending today.
Have them write on their plan which bends are safety bends and to what degree each of the bends should be made. (see attached project plan for specific degrees)
Next the teacher will cut out of paper an example of the dust pan.
After the outline of the plan has been cut out the teacher will demonstrate the bends and tape the project together.
- Students Cut out and fold paper dust pan - Lab / Shop
Note: Pass out attached handout to students.
Quickly review sheet with students and instruct them that it is time to cut out and fold their paper dust pan.
Let students work on folding paper dust pan while you monitor their participation and move through the room to provide them with support.
- Best Pan Competition - Closure
Instruct students that they are about to have a competition. The competition will be based off of who has constructed the best pan. In groups of 3-5 or table groups students will switch pans with a partner and check their measurements. As a group they will then decide on the best pan. The student who has the best pan will come forward to compete against the other group winners in front of the class. The class winner will be decided upon by a class show of applause.
- Assessment Types:
See Closure Activity Listed Above