Category Archives: Technology

Safety Quiz – Rm 142 (2017/2018) – 3

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Revit – Assignment 2

Objective create a single floor house 1000sq feet

Step 1 – house should be 25feet by 40 feet

  • Create doors and windows
  • Hallways if needed

Should have the following rooms:

  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Bedrooms
  • Office
  • Dining room
  • Laundry room

 

Step 2 – include/place the appropriate fixtures:

  • Sinks
  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Bath tubs
  • Counters

 

Step 3 – include/place the appropriate appliances for the house

  • Stove
  • Microwaves
  • Ovens
  • Refrigerator

 

Step 4 – include/place the appropriate furniture for the house

  • Tables
  • Beds
  • Chairs
  • Couches
  • Tvs
  • Etc.

 

Step 5 – create a roof for the house

Step 6 – create a yard with fences, trees and grass

Tech 10 – Airplane ‘In Class’ Assignment

Create a paper airplane that will travel the greatest distance.
This is an individualized project. Each student will stand in-front of Mr. Yu and will be given a piece of paper to create the paper airplane. The student will then launch the airplane and the distance travelled will be measured. Mr. Yu will set the 100% distance requirement and everyone’s achieved distance will be marked relation to this distance.

Suggestion: search online for the best (distance) paper airplane, practice and modify the design before coming to class. Your design modifications should help to improve your overall distance travelled.

No additional material may be used other than a single piece of paper given by Mr. Yu during the day of the distance performance test.

Tech 10 Home Work Question

If we can’t have a transportation system like Japan, What should we have? Considering people in B.C. likes trees, waters, and mountains.

To be emailed to Mr. Yu: byu@vsb.bc.ca

350 words to describe your ideas.

Make sure to include your name, and student number.

Career Testing

Post Secondary and Career Pathway Testing

http://www.funeducation.com/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/mind/surveys/careers/

BBC – Optional Online Test http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/mind/index_surveys.shtml

5 Best Career Aptitude Tests to Help You Find the Perfect Job

http://voices.yahoo.com/5-best-career-aptitude-tests-help-find-the-5870110.html

http://www.123test.com/career-test/

http://www.jobhuntersbible.com/counseling/sec_page.php?sub_item=048

http://www.ivillage.co.uk/what-career-will-suit-your-personality/121527

http://www.sasknetwork.ca/html/JobSeekers/careerplanning/onlineselfassess.htm

http://jobsearch.about.com/od/careertests/a/free-career-tests.htm

http://www.assessment.com/

http://www.yourfreecareertest.com/

http://similarminds.com/career.html

http://www.careertest.net/

http://www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/postsecondary/careerplanning/program/wizard.html

http://www.careerpath.com/

In Class Test – Technology 9/10 – Wood Working

Machines – Band Saw

Basic Operation – How to use the Band Saw:

  • Push Button(s)
  • Stopping (Off button – wait for it to stop before walking away)
  • Vacuum (why do we use it?)

Safety

  • Protections – Eye Protection (Face Shield, and Goggles)
  • Push Stick – How to use, Why would/should we use it
  • Danger Zone – How to avoid, Dangers, Where is it?
  • People watching – no protection, standing in the wrong spot
  • Push Button(s)
  • Stopping (Off button – wait for it to stop before walking away)

Machines – Drill Press

Basic Operation – How to use the Drill Press

  • Mount the wood – using the Jorgensen Clamp
  • Make a dent – ‘Marking the Hole’
  • Hands – Left (Hold the Clamp) Right (Power on/off, roll the lever)

Safety

  • Protections – Eye Protection (Face Shield, and Goggles)
  • Danger Zone – How to avoid, Dangers, Where is it?
  • People watching – no protection, standing in the wrong spot
  • Chuck Key – make sure it is not plugged in to the chuck, because of the chain/spin

Whistle Project

  1. Drawings
  2. Refine the drawings
  3. Measured Wood (draw lines)
  4. Cut to size
  5. Measured Wood (draw lines)
  6. Drill hole (marking the wood)
  7. Measured Wood (draw lines)
  8. Cut the Triangle piece
  9. Insert Reed (glue reed)
  10. Cut the end of the reed

Drawings

  • Isometric Drawings (3D picture)
  • Orthographic Drawings (3 sides)
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Test Format:

  • Multiple Choice
  • Sentences Answers
  • Drawings

Total will be out of 50 to 60 points

Consider Bonus questions/marks – Mark less than the number of questions

How to Get High Marks

  1. Go over all the topics and sub topics above, and make 2 to 3 questions each.  Answer your own questions.  If you can’t answer your own questions, speak to a classmate/friend.
  2. Go to Google – images, type in Isometric drawings, and Orthographic drawings.
  3. Practice drawing an object in isometric and orthographic.
  4. Go over all the steps to make the whistle, imagine each step(s) in your mind.
  5. What happens when the whistle doesn’t work…what to do?
  6. How to use the machines and how to operate them safely.
  7. What are/Where are the dangers?

In Class Test – Whistle

Test Date: Thursday October 10th, 2013 (During Class)

Topics: How to make the whistle

Machines:

– Use of Band Saw

– Use of Drill Press

Drawings:

– Isometric

– Orthographic

Test Format

– Multiple Choice

– Simple Answers (sentences)

– Hand Drawing