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Cody Roberts
Drafting/Lego Robotics
Golf and Outdoor Track Coach
Dec. 2009 - Present
 
I am a 2001 graduate of J.J. Kelly High School in Wise, VA. I received my BA from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 2005 and my Masters of Science in Education from Arkansas State University in 2016. My inspirations growing up were always my parents and grandparents.
 
My aspirations for this school year is to help all of my students grow in the classroom, in the athletic arena, as well as grow as people. 
 
Lego Robotics - Go to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning activities. (classroom code: zg4ep4f)
 
Continuity of Learning Resources
 

Drafting

Untaught Standards/Competencies prior to 3-7-2020

(Untaught standards/competencies)

Prepare Sectional View Drawing -
      Preparation should show internal details of an object not readily available from a single view, and might include the following views: 

Full
Half
Broken-out
Revolved
Removed
Offset

Prepare Pictoral Drawing
    Preparation of pictorial drawings should provide visual understanding of an idea and might include

    axonometric projection (isometric)
    oblique projection (cavalier, cabinet)
    perspectives (parallel, two point, three point)
    exploded view
    isometric circles.

Prepare Architectural Drawing
    Preparation should include a selection of the following: 

     Standard architectural symbols, linetypes, and lettering
    Simple floor plan
    Two-point and one-point perspective sketch of exterior/interior
    Elevations
    Sections
    Details
    Renderings
    Specifications
    House perspectives
    Foundation cross-section
    Scale for plotting/printing

Week of Instruction/ Learning

Untaught Standards/Competencies  Paced Out

Link to Lessons to support untaught standards/competencies

March 30

This week we will be learning about Full and half sections.

Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments

April 6

This week we will be learning about broken out, removed, and revolved sections

Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments

April 13

This week we will be learning about offset sections and pictoral drawings

Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments

April 20

This week we will be learning about axonometric and oblique projections

Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments

April 27

This week we will be learning about perspective views   Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments.

May 4

This week we will be learning about exploded views and isometric circles

Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments.

May 11

This week we will be learning about simple floor plans, one and two point perspective for interior/exterior, and elevations.

Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments.

May 18

This week we will be learning about sections, details, and renderings for architectural drawings.

Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments.

May 25

This week we will be learning about specifications, house perspectives, foundation cross sections, and scales for plotting/printing

Refer to Google Classroom for Continuity of Learning Assignments.

Teacher online office hours

Day/Time/Platform:

Available through email or google hangout

Tuesday 10-12

Day/Time/Platform:

Available through email or google hangout

Thursday 5-7

Grading:     The point is that each student is able to collect 36 points which will count as follows:

  • 36 points = 100% of the assignments have been completed AND have met the expectation.  That student can add 10 points to their final grade (which was an average of the material they had completed up to March 7th).  Example: I have a 72 in Earth Science. I complete 36 of the assignments and meet the expectations of each assignment. I get 10 points because I completed 100% of the assignments.  My grade in Earth Science at the end of the year is now 82.  
  • 27-35 points = Up to or over 75% of the assignments have been completed AND have met the expectation.  That students can add 8 points to their final grade (which was an average of the material they had completed up to March 7th).  Example: I have a 72 in Earth Science. I complete 27 of the assignments and meet the expectations of each assignment. I get 8 points because I completed 75% of the assignments.  My grade in Earth Science at the end of the year is now 80.
  •  18-26 points = Up to or over 50% of the assignments have been completed AND have met the expectation.  That students can add 6 points to their final grade (which was an average of the material they had completed up to March 7th).  Example: I have a 72 in Earth Science. I complete 22 of the assignments and meet the expectations of each assignment so I fall into the 18-26 range.   I get 6 points because I completed close to up to or over 50% of the assignments. My grade in Earth Science at the end of the year is now a 78.  
  • 9-17 points = Up to or over 25% of the  assignments have been completed AND have met the expectation.  That students can add 4 points to their final grade (which was an average of the material they had completed up to March 7th).  Example: I have a 72 in Earth Science. I complete 10 of the assignments and meet the expectations of each assignment so I fall into the 9-17 range.   I get 4 points because I completed close to up to or over 50% of the assignments. My grade in Earth Science at the end of the year is now a 76.  
  • 4-8  points = 0 to  22% of the  assignments have been completed AND have met the expectation.  That students can add 2 points to their final grade (which was an average of the material they had completed up to March 7th).  Example: I have a 72 in Earth Science. I complete 5 of the assignments and meet the expectations of each assignment so I fall into the 4-8 range.   I get 2 points because I completed close to 25% of the assignments. My grade in Earth Science at the end of the year is now a 74. 

36 Assignments=10 points

27-35 Assignments=8 points

18-26 Assignments=6 points

9-17 Assignments=4 points

4-8 Assignments=2 points