Welding Teacher Resources
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Middle schoolers apply math to the real-world skill of choosing the correct shielding gas mixture for welding. Even if you do not have shielding gas cylinders on hand for demonstrating, the concepts of converting percentages into decimals are still easily taught. The teacher's guide is thoroughly written and includes diagrams, narrative, and sample problems to work with the class. You will also find a selection of varied worksheets that can be assigned for practice.
Students explore how to weld and the safety procedures that are in place. In this welding instructional activity students take a safety test on welding and once they know all the rules they use the angle grinder.
In this literacy worksheet, students find the vocabulary terms that describe welding and the answers are found by clicking the button at the bottom of the page.
Before you can weld or cut metal, you need to know the basics. Provided are a list of welding terms, the tools needed, safety precautions, and the benefits of oxy-acetylene welding. Future metal workers will learn about types of flames, welding, torch parts, and tool usage.
Students study and are evaluated on the use of arc welding equipment. They demonstrate safety techniques by changing the lens and head gear on a welding helmet.
Students engage in a lesson plan that uses the Colorado Historical Newspaper Database in order to find information about Weld County. The intention of the lesson plan is to acquaint the students with conducting research.
Learners are introduced to the career of welding through a video and conduct a brainstorming session on careers. They identify components of the workplace in their chosen career field and develop a list of potential job sites in the local and regions area.
In this chemistry worksheet, learners use the clues given at the bottom of the sheet to complete the crossword puzzle on hydrocarbons. There are 17 statements to solve and fill in on the puzzle.
Found metal objects were welded together to create an inspiring African sculpture. Learners consider the use of objects and the inspiration of African art seen in Picasso's work. They then find and create a scrap art sculpture, as well as write a poem from the art's point of view. A lot a creative thinking and analysis!
Eighth graders research the development of a technology and create a timeline and skit about it. In this technology lesson, 8th graders research the history of a chosen technology. They create a storyboard timeline and a skit illustrating the development of the technology.
Students discuss the role slaves played in Virginia. In this history lesson, students identify the skills and characteristics slaves brought to Virginia during that time period. They also interpret eighteenth-century reading.
In this Cloze activity worksheet, students read a passage about robots and complete the sentences by finding the missing vocabulary word from the word box: searched, assemble, led, equipped, destroyed, solve, distinguish, produced, weld, approach, find, interacts, are, walked, programmed, recognizes, reacts, mow, understand, and driven.
Eighth graders research the historic development of a chosen technology and examine how function specialization has driven many technological improvements. They create a storyboard timeline, write a script and then dramatize the development of a technology.
Students accurately measure pieces of metal. After reviewing basic math principles, groups of students identify proper and safe use of measuring devices. They discuss the safety procedures for other devices in the classroom. After a demonstration, students determine the measurement of objects using a foot rule, folding rule, retractable steel tape, and architect's scale.
Invite your young historians to discover the distinct perspectives of Muslim, European, Jewish, and Byzantine groups during the Crusades. Class members are divided into groups and are given a packet of handouts, including background information, maps, artistic depictions of major figures, and more, to review for a particular historical group. They then collaborate to develop a news segment demonstrating what they have learned about their group's unique perspective.
Explore the world's water without leaving the classroom! In this second of three uncomplicated but wonderful activities, physical science learners feel the pressure of water. They discover that the deeper the water, the stronger the pressure.
Aspiring space engineers design a rocket launch platform together to explore materials. The platform needs to be lightweight so that it can be transported easily, but super strong so that it can support the weight of the rocket and its crew. This is an engaging challenge for an astronomy or STEM unit.
“O horror, horror, horror!” PBS has taken Macbeth out of Scotland! But fear not, for in this case “our fears do [not] make us traitors!” The teacher guide designed for this production has everything needed to stage a successful unit. Background materials, before and after viewing activities, writing prompts, discussion questions, and extensions are all part of a richly detailed plan.
Physics fanatics will shriek over this monster-themed construction application! They design an invention with the intention of competing one of 50 missions and test it out with real physics applications.
Introduce the idea of wind power. Have your class make a simple weather vane with a plastic straw, tape, a pencil, and other items found in your class. This film could be used to explore wind power and alternative energy sources.