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Construction


Manual and Computer-Aided Construction Drawing

(Higher)


6391


S
HIGHER STILL


pring 2000

Construction

Manual and Computer-Aided

Construction Drawing

Higher




Support Materials
Acknowledgements
The Higher Still Development Programme gratefully acknowledges permission granted by the following copyright owners: Autodesk Inc for screenshots from Autocad (Release 14), © 1999 Autodesk Inc; British Standards Institution for extract from BS 1192: Part I: 1984 (Comparison of Projection Methods).
Please note that reference is made throughout this pack to BS1192: Parts 1 to 5 – Construction drawing practice. This standard is to be progressively replaced over the next few years by BS EN ISO 4157. BS EN ISO 4157-1: 1999 is now published and BS1192: Part 1: 1984 is withdrawn. BS EN ISO 4157-1 does not, however, cover the methods of orthographic projection and reference to BS1192: Part 1 is, therefore, made in Study Guide 2.
Every attempt has been made to gain permission to use extracts from the appropriate copyright owners. The Higher Still Development Programme apologises for any omission which, if notified, it will be pleased to rectify at the earliest opportunity.

Contents










overview



teacher’s/lecturer’s guide



student’s guide



student’s support material




Study Guide 1

Study Guide 2

Study Guide 3

Study Guide 4

Basic drawing skills

Orthographic projection

Construction drawings

Computer-Aided construction drawing



CONSTRUCTION



MANUAL AND COMPUTER-AIDED

CONSTRUCTION DRAWING
HIGHER


OVERVIEW






OVERVIEW

These support materials are provided to assist teachers/lecturers in delivery of the Higher Construction unit Manual and Computer-Aided Construction Drawing.


The Teacher’s/Lecturer’s Guide offers brief advice on teaching approaches for the unit and this should be read in conjunction with the Subject Guide for DET Construction (published by SCCC/HSDU/SFEU 1997).
Guidance is provided on formative and summative assessment and on use of the National Assessment Bank Support Materials for the unit Manual and Computer-Aided Construction Drawing (published by SQA 1999).
Advice is also given on the role of the unit in the development and assessment of core skills.
The Student’s Guide provides a brief introduction to the unit, offers guidance on studying the unit and contains details of resources and reference materials. Students are also directed to the Candidates’ Guide of the National Assessment Bank Support Materials for information on assessment procedures.
Student’s Support Materials are provided in the form of four Study Guides, each covering one or two Outcomes of the unit.
Each Study Guide contains the following:

  • a statement of the relevant Outcome/s

  • an explanation of what the student should be able to do on completion of the Outcome/s

  • learning and teaching materials including worksheets and assignment task sheets.



CONSTRUCTION



MANUAL AND COMPUTER-AIDED

CONSTRUCTION DRAWING
HIGHER


TEACHER’S / LECTURER’S GUIDE






TEACHER’S/LECTURER’S GUIDE




INTRODUCTION


The unit Manual and Computer-Aided Construction Drawing focuses on the important role of drawing in the development, communication and interpretation of construction proposals. The study of presentation techniques used in manual drawing, along with the more advanced techniques of CAD, will provide useful and transferable skills for all students of construction.
Many school pupils study the principles of graphical communication, and develop basic skills in manual drawing. Such students should have little difficulty in extending their skills to the preparation of construction drawings to acceptable industry standards. Other students, with no prior experience of manual drawing as a means of communication, will require more time to develop and practice drawing skills. The unit is suitable for both groups of students.

teaching and learning


The unit Manual and Computer-Aided Construction Drawing is a component unit of Higher Construction. As mentioned in the Subject Guide for Higher Construction, the unit can be used to achieve extensive integration of the three units of the Higher course. The graphical work for the preparation of general arrangement drawings and details, required by the unit Building Design, and the preparation of site plans for the unit Site Surveying 1, may be integrated with the work of the unit Manual and Computer-Aided Construction Drawing. Such integration will result in a more relevant and motivating learning experience for students. Concurrent delivery of the three units is recommended, since this will inject realism into the entire process of student learning.
A series of Study Guides will be made available, covering a number of aspects of Higher Construction. The Study Guides in these support materials cover only the unit Manual and Computer-Aided Construction Drawing, since some students may wish to study the unit as ‘stand alone’ rather than as part of the Higher Construction course.
Each of the four Study Guides contains learning and teaching materials which teachers/lecturers may use selectively or in their entirety during delivery of the unit. Assignment task sheets and worksheets are also provided. The teaching material covers all the content of the unit but teachers/lecturers will likely add to the material through the use of local or national case studies and by further examples of completed sets of drawings for actual construction projects. The Subject Guide stresses that students learn in different ways and that a variety of teaching approaches is likely to be required to meet students’ individual needs. The methods used should help students relate what they learn to practical industrial situations. For the unit Manual and Computer-Aided Construction Drawing, it is important that the approach be student centred, because drawing skills will only be developed through drawing board practise and by completion of a series of formative drawing exercises.
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