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Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University

South La Union Campus


COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
Agoo, La Union
COURSE SYLLABUS IN BASIC DRAFTING (TLE 101)
Second Semester, School Year 2013-2014
Course Description:
The course introduces to students the fundamental elements in drafting. The course includes standards in
learning, drawing lines, orthographic projection, and pictorial drawings. It also includes the fundamentals in dimensioning
and sectioning.
Course Credit:

4 units (lecture and laboratory)

Contact Hours/Semester:

72 hours

Terminal Competencies:
At the end of the course, the students are expected to:
A. Learn the different pencil techniques in technical sketching.
B. Acquire skill in sketching orthographic, isometric, oblique and perspective drawings.
C. Gain skills in preparing working sketches of objects.
D. Observe health and safety practices in sketching working drawings.
E. Manifest the ability to recognize the relation of working drawings to shop processes.
F. Develop the ability to recognized and practice good drawing techniques with implements on desirable
drawing habits
Course Requirements/Evaluative Measures:
Class Standing.60%
Laboratory/practicum - 30%
Quizzes
- 20%
Recitation / job morale - 10%
Examinations....40%
Overall Computation of Final Grade (40% Midterm and 60% Final Grade)

Course Content:
UNIT I. DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY
Overview: Drafting careers
Objectives in drawing
Kinds of Drawing
UNIT II. PENCIL TECHNIQUE
Relative values of sketching materials and uses
Grades and mark of drawing pencils
Sharpening pencils
Pencils point pencil tones
Holding the pencil
UNIT III. KINDS OF LINES AND ITS USES
Definition in each kind of lines.
Functions of each lines.
Line construction.
Kinds of pencil used for each kind.
UNIT IV. LETTERING TECHNIQUES
Types of lettering
Forms of lettering
Procedures of lettering
Types of pencil used
Origin of lettering
UNIT V. FAMILIARIZING DRAWING INSTRUMENTS AND ITS USES
Kinds of instruments
Uses of every kind
The proper usage of every kind
UNIT VI. ORTHOGRAPHIC DRAWING
Definition
Method of sketching the view
Relation of one view to the other angles used
Observing proportions

Procedures in constructing the orthographic drawing


UNIT VII. ISOMETRIC DRAWING
Principles of isometric drawing
Angles used
Isometric axes
Procedures in constructing the Isometric drawing
Sketching objects in isometric views
UNIT VIII. DIMENSIONING
Meaning and function
Procedures in dimensioning
Requirements tools and precautions
UNIT IX.OBLIQUE DRAWING
Principles of oblique drawing
Forms of oblique drawing
Procedures in constructing the oblique drawing
UNIT X. SECTIONAL VIEW
Meaning and uses
Kinds of sectional view
Procedures in sectioning
UNIT XI. PERSPECTIVE DRAWING
Meaning and uses of the drawing
Types of perspective view
Advantage of the drawing
Procedures in constructing the Perspective drawing
Drawing objects with irregular curves
UNIT XII. WORKING DRAWING DESCRIPTION
Work plan of the drawing
Design of the working drawing
Dimensions of the drawing
Notes to materials, finish tools patterns etc
Title and identity parts of the structure
Types of working drawing
Parts of the working drawing
UNIT XIII. ASSEMBLY DRAWING
Meaning and purpose of assembly drawing
Operation of assembly drawing
Bill of materials, list of parts, notes sizes and others
UNIT XIV. DETAIL DRAWING
Meaning and purpose of detail drawing
Relation of working drawing to shop practices
Practices to be observed in detail drawing
References:
Emmet, D., Hastings, F., & London, E. (2010). Drafting. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Manaois G. (1983). Drafting 1 and 2. Manila: Phoenix Publishing
Manaois, G. (1977). A Manual of Art Education and Appreciation. Manila: National Book Store.
Rotmans, E. A., & Horton, H. L. (1980). Basic drafting technology. Albany, N.Y.: Delman Publishers.
Simmons, C. H., & Maguire, D. E. (2004). Manual of engineering drawing (2nd ed.). Amsterdam: Elsevier,
Newnes.
Wallach, P. R. (2003). Fundamentals of modern drafting. Clifton Park, NY: Thomson/Delmar Learning.

Prepared by:
BENJAMIN H. VALDEZ
Professor