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LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE COURSE OUTLINE


 Associate Degree Applicable Course TOP CODE: 0953.00


 Non Associate Degree Applicable Course  NEW Course

 ADDITION of a District Course

 Revision/Update Date: 09/24/05

 Distributive Learning

 Curr. Committee Date: 01/10/06


1. DEPARTMENT/DISCIPLINE: Drafting


2. SUBJECT: Drafting SUBJECT CODE: 274


3. COURSE TITLE: Tooling Drafting COURSE NUMBER/LETTER: 051


4. HOURS PER WEEK: Lecture 3 hrs. Lab 3 hrs. Discussion    hrs


Other: (Specify)       total hrs/wk 6 UNITS: 4


5. REPEATABILITY: None RPT1 RPT2 RPT3


6. PREREQUISITE AND/OR CO-REQUISITE: Completion of Drafting 001 with a grad of “C” or better, or equivalent, Drafting 050, Drafting 055 and Eng. Tech 040 or equivalent.


7. COURSE CATALOG DESCRIPTION: (Please limit to 50 words)


This course emphasizes the drawing of production tools such as drill jigs, machine fixtures, and dies similar to those used in industry. Special attention is given to the development of production standards required by industry.


8. COURSE CLASSIFICATION / ARTICULATION:

Course Articulation

Classification Requested Approved/Date/Signature:

Acceptable for Credit, University of California  _______________________________
Acceptable for Credit, California State Universities  _______________________________
Baccalaureate   _______________________________
 Occupational  _______________________________
 Pre-college level, prerequisite and/or Developmental


9. TEXTBOOKS: (List all publications that students are required to use, plus any recommended college level readings) (Also required for courses offered in a Distributive Learning format in order to be transferable.)


Author: E.G. Hoffman Title: Jig and Fixture Design


Publisher: Delmar Edition: 3rd Ed


Author:       Title:      


Publisher:       Edition:      

Other Readings:


10. MATERIALS & SUPPLIES: (List materials and supplies that are REQUIRED for this course. For Distributive Learning courses: Students are required to have a personal E-mail address & Internet access through a private provider.)


COLLEGE PROVIDED:      


STUDENT PROVIDED: Text book and standard drafting tools (scales, triangles, compass, etc.)

 Not Applicable


11. COURSE ENTRY SKILLS,


A. ENTRY SKILLS: [Minimum of Five (5)] State performance skills and behaviors in specific and measurable terms. THE STUDENT IS ABLE TO:



(1) Use and attend to drawing instruments


(2) Apply line weights and to draw for acceptable reproduction


(3) Operate ozalid and photocopy machines


(4) Apply spatial visualization through Isometric drawing


(5) Apply basic geometrical construction


(6) Apply drafting methods of sectioning, drawing and dimensioning




B. OBJECTIVES / EXIT SKILLS: [Minimum of five (5)] State performance behaviors and skills in specific and measurable terms. These skills become the entry skills for the next course. As a result of completing this course, THE STUDENT WILL BE ABLE TO:


  1. Understand the job of tooling within the total picture of production.




  1. Become proficient at making complete working drawings.




  1. Utilize standard parts whenever they are available.




  1. Improve application of geometric dimensioning.




  1. Develop methods of critical thinking for the solution of problems and for discrimination among values.







  1. SCANS Competencies (Must be listed with all Vocational Education courses.)

Indicate the SCANS competencies developed in this course:


Resources (Identifies, organizes, and allocates resources.)

 Time  Money  Material and Facilities  Human Resources


Information (Acquires and uses information.)

 Acquires/Evaluates  Organizes/Maintains  Interprets/Communicates  Uses Computers


Technology (Works with a variety of technologies.)

 Selects  Applies to tasks  Maintains and troubleshoots equipment


Thinking Skills

 Creative Thinking  Decision Making  Problem Solving  Symbolic Thinking

 Application of learning techniques  Reasoning


Interpersonal (Works with others.)

 Serves as team member  Teaches others  Serves clients/customers

 Exercises Leadership  Negotiates  Works with diversity


Systems (Understands complex inter-relationships.)

 Understands systems  Monitors/corrects systems  Improves/designs systems


Fundamentals

 Reading  Writing  Mathematics  Listening  Speaking


Personal Qualities

 Responsibility  Self- Esteem  Sociability  Self- Management  Integrity


13. INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGY: (Recommended types of writing assignments, demonstrated use of symbol systems or ability to apply skills learned in the course) (For Distributed Learning courses: Description of “asynchronous interactivity”, i.e. ability to receive instruction at a different time than class is offered.)


A. WRITTEN ASSIGNMENTS

Req. Opt. Req. Opt.

  Essay(s)   Journals

  Term Paper(s)   Homework

  Report(s)   E-mail/Bulletin Boards

  Summaries & Analyses   Internet/Chat Rooms

 Other (     )


B. SYMBOL SYSTEMS

Req. Opt. Req. Opt. Req. Opt.

  Logic   Computation   Art Projects

  Music   Interpretations   Drafting/Graphics

  Proofs   Applications

 Other (     )


C. SKILLS

Req. Opt. Req. Opt. Req. Opt.

  Verbal   Analytical   Laboratory

  Written   Physical   Computer

  Other (     )


14. APPROPRIATE OUTSIDE ASSIGNMENTS

Req. Opt. Req. Opt.

  Field Trips   Readings

  Lectures   Research Projects

  Meetings   Computer Projects

  Skill Practice   Library Work

  Special Films and TV Programs

  (Other) Study of audio-tape/slides in LRC on interpreting different phases of drafting symbols.


15. CRITICAL THINKING ASSIGNMENTS

Req. Opt. Req. Opt.

  Problem Solving   Translation

  Class Research   Syntheses

  Analyses   Interpretations

  Comparing and Contrasting   Comprehension of Subject Matter

  Evaluating Significance   Creating/Formulating Ideas

  Setting Up Proofs

 Other (     )


16. INSTRUCTIONAL MODES

Req. Opt. Req. Opt.

  Lecture   Term Project

  Lecture/Discussion   Oral Drills

  Lecture/Laboratory   Work Experience

  Laboratory   Computer Interactive Assignments

  Demonstration   Guided Discussion

  Written Assignments   Discussion/Seminar

  Reading Assignments   Independent/Directed Study

  Mediated TV   One-on-one Conference

  TV/Audio Visual   Digitized/Modem

  Guest Speakers   ISDN/CODEC (Videoconference)

  Small Group Experience   Internet Access

  Field Experience   E-mail Address

  Other (     )

17. COURSE CONTENT

(Please outline by topics or activities and include time schedule or week)
(Distributive-Learning courses: Allocation of time may [or may not] be consistent with traditional course hours/weeks. It will vary from student to student. See approved course outlines for examples.)


Time Allocated (in hours)

Topic or Activity

8 hours

Tooling Drawing (Objective #1, 2, 4)

    1. elements of the drawing

    2. estimating and planning




12 hours

Manufacturing Processes (Objective #1)

  1. primary Processes

  2. secondary Processes

  3. finishes

  4. Cutting horsepower

7 hours

Properties of Materials (Objective #2)

  1. basic characteristics

  2. types of steels

  3. heat treatment

  4. safety factors

  5. stress calculations



23 hours

Tolerances and Allowances (Objective #2 and 5)

  1. tolerance systems

  2. threads

  3. geometrical dimensioning per ANSI Y14.5

9 hours

Welding (Objective #1)

  1. processes

  2. welding terms

  3. welding symbols




21 hours

Jigs (Objective #1)

  1. drill

  2. designing for CNC

  3. low cost designs




21 hours

Fixtures (Objective #1)

  1. milling

  2. lathe

  3. welding

  4. designing for CNC




7 hours

Punches and Dies (Objective #1)

  1. moldmaking

  2. piercing and blanking

  3. forming and compound

  4. forging/dicasting




Note: The Carnegie Rule and Title 5 section 55002 sets forth the minimum standards which require:

1 hour lecture with 2 hours homework = 1 unit Lecture also includes discussion and/or demonstration

2 hours of lab with homework = 1 unit 3 hours of lab without homework = 1 unit.

laboratory includes activity and/or studio hours.

State number of hours (108) for activities.


Use additional pages if necessary.

18. EVALUATION METHODS

(Multiple measures, which are consistent with the course objectives, content and scope, must be used to determine student’s final grade. Student performance will be evaluated by essay unless problem solving or skill demonstration is more appropriate.)


Req. Opt. Req. Opt.

  Quizzes, Unit Tests, Midterms   Essays

  Final Exam   Term Papers, Projects and Reports

  Laboratory Reports   Homework Assignments

  Observation Record of Student   Oral Presentations

Performance   Questionnaires

  Class Participation   Standardized Tests

  Written Compositions   Other (     )


(For Distributive Learning courses: explain how testing will be accomplished, i.e., through U.S. mail, over E-mail, in on-campus testing center, at the LAC, or in designated classroom. When an in-person testing center or site is used, a picture ID will be required to verify student’s identity during testing or examination.)


19. COLLEGE LIBRARY MATERIALS ASSESSMENT:


The instructor and acquisitions librarian have evaluated the library materials relating to this course and noted relevant supporting materials and needs.


Acquisitions Librarian __________________________________________ Date ________________________


The above signature does not denote approval or disapproval of this course. Signature is not required for routine course revisions, which do not have substantive changes.


20. DISTRIBUTIVE LEARNING COURSES: COLLEGE READINESS


The instructor has consulted with the LAN Administrator and Distance Education Coordinator regarding needed support related to this course. This support may include use of college facilities, assistance in preparation of materials to be sent over the ISDN lines in digitized format, and provision for intellectual property rights of the instructor.


LAN Administrator ____________________________________________ Date ________________________


Distance Education Coordinator __________________________________ Date ________________________


The above signatures do not denote approval or disapproval of this course. Signatures are not required for routine course revisions that do not have substantive changes.


______________________________________________ ______________________________________________

Prepared by Date Division Chair Date


_______________________________________________ _____________________________________________

Curriculum Committee Chair Date V. P. Academic Affairs Date

LOS ANGELES HARBOR COLLEGE

STANDARDS AND CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL OF CREDIT COURSES


Name of Course: Drafting 051


Using the Official Course Outline, please determine whether or not the above listed credit course meets the following standards and criteria required in Title 5, Part VI of the California Administrative Code, and which has been designated as appropriate to the Associate Degree. Place a mark (X) in the appropriate box. For courses applicable for an Associate Degree all criteria must be met. For courses NOT applicable for an Associate Degree only criteria marked with an (*) must be met.




RATING
CRITERION





MET

NOT

MET


* 1. Is recommended by the responsible college officials, and the academic senate or other appropriate faculty body as meeting the requirements of this subsection and has been approved by the local district governing board as a course meeting the needs of the students eligible for admission.












* 2. Is taught by a credentialed instructor in the discipline









* 3. Is offered as described in an outline in official college files. That outline shall specify the unit value, scope, objectives, content in terms of a specified body of knowledge, appropriate reading and writing assignments, outside of class assignments, instructional methodology, and methods of evaluation for determining whether the stated objectives have been met by students.









* 4. Is taught in accordance with a set of instructional objectives common to all students.









* 5a. Provides for measurement of student performance in terms of the stated course objectives and culminates in a formal recorded grade based upon uniform standards in accordance with Section 55758 of this part, which is permanently recorded as an evaluation of student performance.











5b. Bases grades on demonstrated proficiency in subject matter determined by multiple measurements for evaluation; and has examinations, including essays and/or, where appropriate, uses appropriate symbol systems and/or skills demonstrations by students.











* 6a. Grants units of credit based upon a specified relationship between the number of units assigned to the course and the number of lecture and/or laboratory hours or performance criteria specified in the course outline.











6b. Requires a minimum of three hours of work per week including class time for each unit of credit and prorated for short term, lab and activity courses.














RATING
CRITERION





MET

NOT

MET



7. Treats subject matter with the scope and intensity, which requires students to study independently outside of class time.









* 8.Requires, when appropriate, entrance skills and consequent prerequisites for the course before students are enrolled









9. Requires as a pre- or co-requisite to enrollment in other courses throughout the degree and certificate curricula, eligibility for enrollment in associate degree credit courses in English and/or mathematics when language and/or computational skills at the associate degree level are deemed by the college and/or district curriculum committee as necessary for success in such courses.












10. Requires the ability to think critically and to understand and apply concepts in order to participate in the course.









11. Requires learning skills and vocabulary appropriate for a college course.









12. Requires the use of college level educational materials.









* 13. Allows repeated enrollment only as permitted by provisions of Division 2 (commencing with Section 51000). Section 55781-55783 and 58161 of this part.









PLEASE INDICATE THE DEPARTMENT’S PLAN FOR IMPROVING ANY STANDARD NOT PRESENTLY MET.


     


COURSE NOT APPROVED FOR THE FOLLOWING REASON (S):


     


___________________________________________________ DATE ________________________

Curriculum Committee Chairperson

Form revised and approved LAHC Curriculum Committee 09/17/02 Page of 8

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