Fixed Pedestal and Dice - Lesson 4 of 4

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Students will re-work weld imperfections, utilize finishing tools and techniques, self assess and engage in peer critiquing through collaboration. A final evaluation will be administered.

Introduction

The following activities tie in to a project based lesson for Welding and Material Joining.

Items covered in this portion will be, re-work, grinding, finishing, and quality assurance.

For this portion of the project students should have a basic understanding of print/drawing interpretation, welding finishing symbols, and be proficient in the use of finishing tools.

Instructor Note:

  • As welding goes, learning is often at an independent pace and often times the American Welding Society modular format is utilized. Overview found here: http://www.aws.org/education/Learning
  • It is suggested to use a hybrid of the American Welding Society modular format and small groups of 2-4 students engaging in this project at any one time, planning in advanced a schedule given the time elements for this project and the ability of your students.

Lesson Times

American Welding Society Modular Approach
1-2 Day

Industries / Subjects / Grades

Industries / Pathways
  • Manufacturing and Product Development Manufacturing and Product Development
    • Welding and Materials Joining
Grade Levels
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • Adult

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