Woodshop 7

Units

Unit Essential Questions Content Skills and Processes Assessment Resources Multicultural Dimension
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How can I work co-operatively to make a wooden mural with my classmates? How can I use color and texture to enhance my ideas? How can I use the bandsaw to create small, beautiful, and useful containers? How can I attain a fine finish?

Students will be introduced to the concept of making a wooden mural (sign)
Elements of 2-D and 3-D design, perspective, texture, and color are explored
Students will be taught to make a bandsaw box
Students will learn to produce a satin/low gloss finish on their box

Students will cooperatively construct a mural (theme based) from sketches
They will use hand and power tools to create the project
Students will individually create bandsaw boxes from soft and hardwoods
They will finish their projects with handrubbed oil and buff with wax

Students will write a self-evaluation and photograph their work for their digital portfolios.
More formal narrative reports will focus on effort, understanding of tools and materials, abilty to work in a group, willingness to clean up, and general response to woodworking challenges

The Woodshop has a large library of woodworking books on a wide variety of subjects and related crafts

Students may use the Internet to find images for mural project