• 881 Wood Tech I (5 credits grades 9-11)
     
    This course introduces the students to the world of woodworking. It addresses shop safety issues, as well as standard operating procedure. Utility of hand tools and stationary power tools is also addressed. In addition, instruction is provided in the areas of wood selection, joint construction, sanding, gluing, fastening, finishing, refinishing, and repair of furniture. In addition, students are required to create working drawings, materials lists, and material cost analyses. The student will be required to produce finished projects based upon his or her plans. Students will be responsible for the cost of materials used for independent projects at school price, or with the approval of the instructor, they may use their own materials. This course satisfies the 5 credit 21st century life and careers/career-technical education graduation requirement.
     
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