Lesson Plan : Making Proper Welds

Teacher Name:
 Felicia Buss
Grade:
 Grade 11-12
Subject:
 Vocational Ed.

Topic:
 Inspecting and Testing Welds
Content:
 NDE, Destructive Tests, VT, MT, PT, UT, ET, RT, Inspecting Welds Using Pneumatic or Hydrostatic Pressure, Bend Tests, Tensile Test, Lab Methods, Impact & Hardness Tests, Micro and Macroscopic Methods, Chemical Analysis, Peel Test, Review of Safety
Goals:
 To successfully identify at least three different types of Inspection and/or Testing.
Objectives:
 Differentiate between destructive testing and nondestructive examination methods. Describe various nondestructive examination methods and what flaws or defects they are capable of identifying. Identify and specify various nondestructive examination methods using the correct AWS abbreviation. Make a visual inspection on a weld. Perform a properly conducted die penetrant test on a weld. Make a safe and properly done bend test on a groove-type weld. Describe and identify various laboratory equipment used on destructive type tests on welds. Visually inspect and perform a peel test on a spot weld.
Materials:
 Lap top, Projector, Worksheets, Books, Notebooks, Hand-outs, White Board
Introduction:
 PowerPoint Presentation with a broken down outline in which will be shown and then they will fill in blanks on a worksheet.
Development:
 Worksheets, Quizzes, Test, Vocabulary, Read Text
Practice:
 KWL Chart, SQ3R chart and class discussions
Accommodations:
 IEP's: Have Mrs. Laubach, Mr. Kipp, or myself help them read or have the test read to them
Checking For Understanding:
 Class discussions, mini quiz, fill in the blank outline
Closure:
 We will have a hands-on test where students need to make 20 welds. When complete 5 points for each properly placed weld and extra credit for inspecting others students welds and finding flaws.

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