Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS2 First Term Technical Drawing Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS2 First Term Technical Drawing Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Subject: Technical Drawing


Week 1: Introduction to Technical Drawing

Overview of technical drawing principles.

Basic drawing tools and their uses.

Introduction to the drawing board and its components.

Week 2: Lines and Lettering

Understanding different types of lines.

Practicing proper lettering techniques.

Drawing simple geometric shapes.

Week 3: Orthographic Projection

Explanation of orthographic projection.

Projection of simple objects in first angle projection.

Hands-on exercises for students.

Week 4: Isometric Projection

Introduction to isometric projection.

Drawing isometric views of basic objects.

Comparison with orthographic projection.

Week 5: Geometric Constructions

Construction of common geometric shapes.

Applying compass and ruler techniques.

Incorporating constructions into technical drawings.

Week 6: Sectional Views

Understanding sectional views.

Drawing sectional views of objects.

Exploring applications in design.

Week 7: Auxiliary Views

Introduction to auxiliary views.

Drawing auxiliary views of objects.

Relating auxiliary views to orthographic projection.

Week 8: Dimensioning

Importance of accurate dimensioning.

Dimensioning techniques and conventions.

Practical dimensioning exercises.

Week 9: Pictorial Drawings

Exploring various types of pictorial drawings.

Creating pictorial drawings of objects.

Comparing pictorial and orthographic views.

Week 10: Assembly Drawings

Basics of assembly drawings.

Drawing exploded and assembled views.

Real-world applications of assembly drawings.

Week 11: Revision Week

Review of key concepts covered in previous weeks.

Practice exercises and clarification of doubts.

Week 12: Examination Week

Formal assessment of students’ understanding.

Practical drawing tasks based on the topics covered.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week

Final feedback and discussion.

Distribution of results and any additional guidance.

Closure of the term and preparation for the next term.

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