This course is for the student with a strong understanding of hand and power tools used in the craft of woodworking. A desire to expand their knowledge in the aspects involved with basic furniture and cabinet building is a must. Students will be constructing projects that, by design, will challenge those of the advanced beginner and intermediate skill abilities. Students will plan and implement the necessary steps to address the projects' hardware and joinery requirements. Group 2 course.
Required Prerequisites CAR 102
Recommended Prerequisites or Skills Competencies MTH 23
Course Learning Outcomes Knowledge:
- Demonstrate conservative use of materials.
- Identify environmental impacts on woodworking pieces.
- Implement proper usage of hand tools and power tools.
- Construct a functional product using the stepped approach process.
- Demonstrate a strong artistic approach to course projects.
- Compare and contrast different types of woodworking fields.
- Assess the value and functionality of furnishings from different perspectives.
Caring - Civic Learning:
- Develop a personal style to meet individual ability level and tool availability.
- Manage interaction effectively with others while building projects.
Learning How to Learn:
- Evaluate how woodworking affects the mood and atmosphere of one's surroundings.
- Recognize the relationship between quality craftsmanship and the longevity of the piece.
- Apply tools, techniques and resource designs to future projects.