Freehand Sketching

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Introduction

This unit on freehand sketching is perhaps one of the most important skill the students will learn in this class. It is a valuable skills in both technical and non technical work. In this one day lesson, through a series of exercises, the students will be introduced to the basic skills for sketching horizontal, vertical, and inclined lines. During this lesson the students will also learn to sketch squares, rectangles, and angles.

In additional lessons related to technical sketching circles, arcs, ellipses, and the geometric shapes will be covered.

Practice in the application of sketching to elementary single view drawings will be part of a five (5) hour lab activity to complete the initial exposure to the unit on sketching.

Sketching however should be an ongoing activity throughout the course and is an excellent activity for homework assignments. Sketching the tentative solution of multi-view problems will add to the skills of the students

Lesson Time

Hook
5 Minutes
Power Point
5 Minutes
Demonstration and applications
35 Minutes
Summary
5 Minutes

Industries / Subjects / Grades

Industries / Pathways
  • Engineering & Architecture Engineering & Architecture

Standards and Objectives

Standards

California's 2008 CTE Standards (3)
California Academic Content Standards (1)

Related Instructional Objectives (SWBAT...)

  • The student will be able to identify the kinds of lines used in sketching
  • The student will be able to to sketch horizontal lines
  • The student will be able to sketch vertical lines
  • The student will be able to sketch inclined lines
  • The student will be able to sketch squares and rectangles
  • The student will be able to sketch common angles (i.e., 30, 45, 60 90 degrees).

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