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  1.   Carpentry
Program: Carpentry Joseph A. Scalise NWC&TC New Kensington PA Lesson Title- Board feet Terminal Objective- Upon completion of this lesson, the student will be able to calculate the amount of lumber needed to construct any piece of furniture or project wanted. The knowledge will be demonstrated by correctly performing the assign...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  2.   The Interconnectedness of Ancient Peoples Map Study
...stablish trade connections with the civilizations of India, the force of the monsoon winds forced the flimsy boats of the Fertile Crescent and Arabia to stay close to the shore. Water and land routes worked together in this region to move goods.) 2) The technological innovation of mortise-and-tenon carpentry is easily presented with Casson's figure 3 and plate 9, again made into overhead transparencies for class use. (Relate this information to something the students would be familiar with such as adding leaves into a dinning room table). Using the "Prevailing Winds" map of the Mediterranean and the concept that...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  3.   Donut Dinero
...e to wise up and realize that I could only use so many batteries for my toys!) 3. Throughout the years, people have traded goods with one another. What sorts of things have been traded in historical times? [Crops (tobacco), animals (cattle) animal products (eggs, leather), services/talents (sewing, carpentry)] This system of trading is called bartering. Bartering is when people directly swap goods for other goods they need. Money was not involved because money had yet to be invented! 4. Give a historical example by dividing the room in half and posing this scenario: Suppose that one half of the room grew corn, an...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Esl
...link that has the most current date - ask your teacher to help you if you can't find it.) 3. Click on the "OOH Search/A-Z Index" link located in the upper right corner of the page. 4. Type in "carpenters" in the "Search OOH" box. 5. Scroll up and down the page to find information about a career in carpentry. 6. Find the following information: a. Read the first paragraph of "Nature of the Work". Describe 3 things that carpenters must do: i. ii. iii. b. Read the first paragraph of "Training". List 3 different ways in which carpenters can learn their skills: i. ii. iii. c. Read the content of "Earnings" and answer...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  5.   Population Biology - How Do Organisms Vary?
...2) Offspring are very much, but not exactly, like their parents and like one another. Grades 3-5 Benchmark 1 (of 2) Some likenesses between children and parents, such as eye color in human beings, or fruit or flower color in plants, are inherited. Other likenesses, such as people's table manners or carpentry skills, are learned. Grades 3-5 Benchmark 2 (of 2) For offspring to resemble their parents, there must be a reliable way to transfer information from one generation to the next. Grades 6-8 Benchmark 1 (of 3) In some kinds of organisms, all the genes come from a single parent, whereas in organisms that have se...
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    Grade Level: K-12

  6.   Characteristics in Plants and Animals
...up. Features used for grouping depend on the purpose of the grouping. 4.2 (6-8) Heredity Students should know that: Some likenesses between children and parents, such as eye color in human beings, or fruit or flower color in plants, are inherited. Other likenesses, such as people's table manners or carpentry skills, are learned. For offspring to resemble their parents, there must be a reliable way to transfer information from one generation to the next. 2.2 (6-8) Scientific Inquiry: Scientists' explanations about what happens in the world come partly from what they observe, partly from what they think. Sometimes...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  7.   The Concept of Wa II
...kind person. When he learned that Hanshichi could not work as a carpenter without tools, he lent him one piece of gold and told him to pay that much to Jirobei and negotiate the return of the toolbox. He added that Hanshichi could promise to pay Jirobei the remaining two when he earned it from his carpentry. The carpenter went to his former landlord and did as Jubei had suggested. But Jirobei would not listen. He insisted that he would not give up the tools unless he received the three gold pieces in full. As a last resort Hanshichi appealed to Ooka's court. Discussion: Applying the principle of wa, what decisio...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  8.   The Bridges of Adams County
Fermilab LInC Online The Bridges of Adams County Summary Experts Carpentry Assignments Drafting Assignments Resources Student's Page Scenario-1 Assessment Scenario-2 Staff Development Index of Projects Subject: Bridge Building Grade Level: Eleventh and Twelfth Grade Abstract: Assisted by computer software programs and the Internet, junior Carpentry along with junior and senior Draft...
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    Grade Level: 9-12

  9.   On Deck of a Union Warship
...sunrise and spent their days cleaning: scrubbing decks, polishing brass, and cleaning guns. They were also responsible for checking the sails and rigging. Sailors practiced battle drills and safety exercises. Some helped to navigate the ship or keep lookout. Crewmen performed maintenance: painting, carpentry, and making and mending sails. The youngest sailors called "boys" acted as officer's servants, but during battle they supplied powder charges for the ship's guns. Although this kind of duty was repetitious and held little glamour, it was very important to the war effort. Provide each student with a photocopy...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  10.   John Enright - Rx for Tired Classrooms ~ Voc Ed to the Rescue
Rx for Tired Classrooms ~ Voc Ed to the Rescue Overview How can Voc Ed students make lasting impressions throughout a school? When they refresh and redo classroom display and storage areas. Students, who are just beginning to investigate building and carpentry careers, advertise their shop know-how. They enhance classrooms by installing white boards and bulletin boards along with rehabbing chalkboards and creating storage areas throughout the campus. They recycle materials commonly labeled unusable, manage their time, and analyze and solve problems while actively i...
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    Grade Level: 9-12


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