Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS2 Second Term Technical Drawing Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS2 Second Term Technical Drawing Lesson Note and Scheme of Work


Second Term: Week 1 – Introduction to Advanced Concepts

Overview of advanced technical drawing concepts.

Introduction to 3D modeling and visualization.

Discussion on the relevance of advanced techniques in design.

Week 2: Perspective Drawing

Understanding the principles of perspective drawing.

Drawing scenes and objects in one-point and two-point perspective.

Connecting perspective drawing with real-world applications.

Week 3: Working with CAD Software

Introduction to Computer-Aided Design (CAD).

Basics of using CAD software for technical drawings.

Hands-on exercises with CAD tools.

Week 4: Technical Drawing in Engineering Design

Application of technical drawing in engineering design.

Case studies of real-world engineering projects.

Collaborative design exercises.

Week 5: Introduction to 3D Printing

Exploring the basics of 3D printing technology.

Creating 3D models for printing using CAD software.

Understanding the impact of 3D printing on design.

Week 6: Structural Drawing

Basics of structural drawing.

Drawing beams, columns, and other structural elements.

Analysis of structural drawings in engineering projects.

Week 7: Electrical and Electronic Drawing

Introduction to electrical and electronic symbols.

Drawing basic electrical and electronic circuits.

Integration of electrical components in technical drawings.

Week 8: Fluid Power Diagrams

Basics of fluid power systems.

Drawing hydraulic and pneumatic circuit diagrams.

Understanding symbols and conventions in fluid power drawings.

Week 9: Machine Drawing

Introduction to machine drawing principles.

Drawing machine components and assemblies.

Application of machine drawing in mechanical design.

Week 10: Project Work

Collaborative project work integrating various concepts learned.

Design and presentation of a complete technical drawing project.

Peer review and feedback.

Week 11: Revision Week

Review of advanced concepts covered in the second term.

Practice exercises and clarification of doubts.

Week 12: Examination Week

Formal assessment of students’ understanding of advanced topics.

Practical drawing tasks based on the advanced concepts 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 academic session.

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