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Metallurgy (Welding)
Instructor: Mrs. Smith   
This course enhanced knowledge and skills learned in Mechanical Career Exploration and/or Introduction to Agricultural Science.  Students will be presented with the opportunity to work on independent metal projects that combine the knowledge and skills learned in Mechanical Career Exploration and/or Introduction to Agricultural Science, focusing mostly on metal work.  
Course Goals:
1.  Safely operate welding and cutting equipment
2.  Weld a variety of materials proficiently using Arc, Mig, and Oxy-Acetylene Welding Practices
3.  Proficiently use plasma cutter and acetylene torches
4.  Learn Concepts and procedure associated with: Metallography, Welding Procedure Qualification, Welding Performance Qualification, Welding Metallurgy, Weldability of Different Types of Metal, Welding Symbols, Materials & Fabrication Standards and Codes

Students will demonstrate knowledge of course content (including science, management, and economics) through exams on classroom content and the completion of all appropriate shop skills, and demonstrate excellence in FFA Chapter operations and SAE.


Grading:

1.       3/4 of overall grade will be based on classroom work and work ethic (daily points are a large portion of this grade). The percentage breakdown is as follows:

                                                               i.      Work Ethic                                          20 points possible / day                                 50%

                                                             ii.      Assignments                                      Point value varies with assignment          25%

                                                                                                                                                                                                75%

2.   1/4 of overall grade will be based on exams, speeches/debates, reports/papers, Notebooks, FFA Participation, and SAE Record Book Grades.   The percentage breakdown is as follows:

a.       Exams (given on each unit covered)………………………………………..   10%

b.      FFA Creed Presentation @ Creed Contest………………………………    05%

c.       SAE …………………..…………………………………………………………………..       10%

                                                                                                                               25%

Note – 10% of te overall grade involves SAE.  Each student will be required to have a valid SAE throughout the year. Grading is established based on completion of a record book turned in every month, evaluated based upon completion.

 

Note – 10% of the overall grade involves FFA Participation.  FFA is a critical curriculum element in ALL Agriculture Education courses and is taught within the classroom.  In order to identify each student’s learning related to leadership education, activities are planned outside seat-time.  These activities are graded; students will be evaluated on worth ethic, promptness, courteousness, communication skills, team working skills etc. 

Note - Students will be assigned a daily Work Ethic Grade.

 

Just as rewards will be given for greatness in your future career, extra credit will always be given on superior work ethic. If you go above and beyond on FFA activities or work, there will always be an incentive for putting in extra effort.  

Assignments, Quizzes, and Tests:      

1.       If an assignment is given, there will always be a definite due date. For every day that it is late, the respective grade will be 10% less.

 

2.       Students will always be given the chance to make up assignments or quizzes that resulted in an undesirable grade, but to be done so on the students own time, not during class.

 

3.       Exam Material will be taken directly from your in-class work. 

a.       You can use/access anything that’s been handed out in class, which has been placed in your notebook as a reference during an open-book exam;  Not all exams will be open book



This course meets Colorado State Agriculture Education Standards for Agriculture Mechanics
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Class Files
 Bell Work Activities on Leadership
Lessons and Activities Directly Related to Developing Leadership Qualities
 FFA Documents
Information related to the Meeker FFA Chapter
 Shielded Metal Arc Welding Reading
This folder contains all of the reading materials you will need for the Shielded Metal Arc Welding Worksheets
 Supervised Agricultural Experience
Includes link to: Agriculture Experience Tracker
www.theaet.com
 National Quality Program Standards.pdf
Listing of National Quality Program Standards for Agriculture Education
HS Ag. Ed 1: 5 Schedule
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
7:53 - 8:48 a.m.

Wednesday
7:53 - 8:38 a.m.

Class Homework
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