ERIC Number: ED139959
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Masonry. Basic Course. Career Education.
Several intermediate performance objectives and corresponding criterion measures are listed for each of 22 terminal objectives for a basic masonry course. The materials were developed for a 36-week course (2 hours daily). Organized subject matter and practical experiences are designed to prepare students for entry level skills in the masonry trade. Skill training is covered in the following areas: Masonry occupations, tools and equipment, classifications of brick and block, mortar mixing, laying brick and block, estimating, and building pilasters, steps, corners, and arches. Titles of the 22 terminal objectives sections are Orientation and Shop Procedures, Related Occupations, History of Bricklaying, Safety, Tools, and Equipment, V.I.C.A. (Vocational Industrial Club of America), Classifying Brick, Classifying Concrete Block, Mixing Mortar, Masonry Terms, Spreading Mortar, Buttering Brick and Block, Cleaning Masonry Work, Laying to the Line, Estimating Brick and Block, Pilasters, Door and Window Openings, Step Construction, Bonds, Corner Leads, Piers, and Arches. (This manual and 54 others were developed for various secondary level vocational courses using the System Approach for Education (SAFE) guidelines.) (HD)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Duval County School Board, Jacksonville, FL.
Note: For a related document see CE 010 963. Several pages may not reproduce well due to blurred type