Mr. Payne - Industrial Technology

    1. Introduction to Technology
    2. CAD
    3. Metals/Small Engines
    4. Seminar - 12th Grade
    5. Woods
    6. Jr. High Shop
    7. Missouri History
    8. Prep

    Course Descriptions

    CAD:
    This course is designed for students who desire to learn new knowledge and skills pertaining to Computer Aided Drafting and Design. It provides instruction in basic drafting skills, drawing basic geometric shapes, orthographic projection, basic AutoCAD commands, mechanical drafting and architectural drafting.

    Introduction to Technology:
    This course is designed for 9th grade students as an introduction to the Industrial Technology program. It provides introductory instruction in the areas of safety, measuring, construction technology, transportation technology, power/energy and alternative energy technology and manufacturing technology

    Metals:
    This course is designed for students who have completed an introductory course in the Industrial Technology program. Instruction is provided in safety, measuring, project design, oxy-acetylene torch use, basic welding skills, sheet-metal skills and metal project fabrication.

    Missouri History:
    This course is a study of Missouri history from the pre-territorial period to the present. It studies the indigenous people of Missouri, the exploration of Missouri and its colonial experience. This course will also examine Missouri's development of social, economic and political systems from the pre-territorial period to the present.

    Small Engines:
    Students will learn basic theory and operation of small two-cycle and four-cycle engines common to small power equipment such as lawn mowers, weed eaters, trimmers, chain saws, etc. The course will begin with small engine safety and continue on to basic operation of an internal combustion engine and the differences between major types of engines. Students will tear down, inspect, measure and reassemble non-operational engines to understand the basic parts. Students will be allowed to bring in operational engines on their own and perform repairs as allowed. The students will also be introduced to proper maintenance procedures for common small engines.
    Woods: