Distance Learning

Web-Based Course Option

Industrial Arts

The assessment criteria and evaluation for each course will vary. A teacher is engaged with the students to facilitate their learning activities and is responsible for determining the assessment strategies used with their students. Students will be made aware of the assessment criteria when they are enrolled in a course.

Note: All web-based courses will require word processor software (such as Microsoft Word or Word Perfect) as well as an Internet browser (such as Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari).

Industrial Arts Courses
Grade 9 Drafting (10G)
Grade 10 Drafting (20G)

Grade 9 Drafting (10G)

This course is designed to help students gain knowledge and understanding of the world of drafting and design. While structured as a web-based course, students will do manual drafting and submit their drawings for evaluation.

The course is structured as follows:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Drafting
  • Module 2: Freehand Sketching
  • Module 3: Measuring Scale
  • Module 4: Geometric Applications
  • Module 5: Single-View Template Drawings
  • Module 6: Basic Dimensioning
  • Module 7: Multi-View Drawings
  • Module 8: Pictorial Drawings
  • Module 9: Sectioning
  • Module 10: Pattern Development

Required Resources

  • Drafting Tool Kit containing
    • 24" Wooden Centre:T-Square
    • Staedtler #964-12-60° Set Square
    • Staedtler #964-10-45° Set Square
    • Staedtler #987-19-SI Metric Scale
    • Staedtler #100-214 Pencils (2)
    • Staedtler #100-614 Pencil
    • Staedtler #259-50 Erasing Shield
    • Selectum White Vinyl Eraser
    • Berol #R-2140 Circle Template
    • Berol #R-2123 Isometric Template
    • Pico #B20/00-6" Master Bow Compass
  • One package of 8½ x 11" standard bond paper
  • Pencil sharpener
  • A roll of masking tape.

** The Drafting Tool Kit is available from the Manitoba Learning Resource Centre under Item #8978

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Grade 10 Drafting (20G)

This course continues from Drafting 10G, and is intended to enhance student knowledge about the world of design drafting, with an emphasis on Computer Assisted Design Drafting (CADD). Students will use the Autodesk Inventor program to design drawings.

The course is structured as follows:

  • Module 1: Introduction to CADD
  • Module 2: Getting Started with 3D Parametric CADD
  • Module 3: Shape Description and Multi-View Drawing
  • Module 4: Auxiliary Views and Revolutions
  • Module 5: Sectional Views
  • Module 6: Dimensions
  • Module 7: Introduction to Fasteners
  • Module 8: Assembly Drawing

Required Resources

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