Lesson Plan : Welding and Allied Processes

Teacher Name:
 Samuel Borchardt
Grade:
 College/University
Subject:
 Vocational Ed.

Topic:
 Welding and Allied process. Their applications in today's workforce.
Content:
 Welding and Allied processes is becoming a fast growing occupation in today’s economy. Throughout this course the student will learn different types of welding and allied processes, have practical applications of all types of welding methods, and be able to set up different types of welding machines for all types of welding processes.
Goals:
 The overall goal of this class is to fully understand the differences of the many types of welding processes. When the student has finished with this course they will be able to weld in all flat plat positions using the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) methods. The student will have a clear understanding of the safety actions that must be taken to ensure that no one is injured. In order to finish this course a finial exam will be given to ensure that the student has been able to produce the exam example and that is has been done to the standards taught throughout this course.
Objectives:
 1. To develop a practical understanding of welding with regard to welding processes, and auxiliary welding equipment for the welder. Also, to develop a technical understanding of the information contained on engineering drawings and the use of the information to communicate setup and welding instructions from the designer to the welder and fitter. 2. To produce quality multiple pass fillet welds and groove welds on carbon steel plate in all positions, using short circuiting transfer. Quality is determined through visual inspection and mechanical testing according to AWS requirements. 3. To be able to produce quality multipass fillet and square groove welds in all positions using E6010, E6011, and E7018 electrodes. 4. To produce quality, multipass groove welds with backing in all positions using E7018 electrodes. To produce open root single V-groove welds on 3/8 inch plate in all positions.
Materials:
 1. Textbook: WELDING, Principles and Applications 2. Welding Machine: Miller Dynasty 300 Multiuse Welding Machine 3. Welding Equipment a. 4” grinder b. 9” grinder c. Chipping hammer d. Wire brush e. Wedge 4. Safety Equipment a. Welding Helmet b. Welding Leathers c. Safety Glasses d. Hearing Protection e. Welding Gloves
Introduction:
 This course is important to the development of knowledge required by industry for employment of welders. Upon completion of the course, the student should have knowledge of all arc welding processes including industrial applications, arc characteristics, and advantages. The student should have the ability to read symbols and blueprints as they apply to welding. Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to perform production and maintenance welding on mild steel including high volume fabrication, automotive assembly and repair. Upon completion, the student should be able to perform production welding, millwright work and general maintenance welding.
Practice:
 The student will have adequate time in which they will be able to practice each type of weld joint using the process that being taught at that time. The welding positions the students will be practicing is attached to the pages to follow.
Checking For Understanding:
 While the student will be able to practice at their own rate intermediate evaluation will be done by the instructor to ensure that the processes are being done correctly and to allow the student to test out of welding position.
Evaluation:
 1. To pass this course, the student must pass the welding knowledge tests and must have the ability to fabricate a weldment from a print. 2. To pass this course, the student is required to take two written tests. The student also must pass visual and AWS guided bend tests in the horizontal, vertical down, and overhead positions. 3. To pass this course, the student is required to take 4 written tests. The student also must pass the following four skill tests: visual and AWS break tests on fillet welds in the horizontal and overhead positions (E6010), visual and AWS guided bend tests on square groove welds in the horizontal and vertical up positions (E6011 and E7018).

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