Wall - Technology Education Lesson Plan Wall and Ceiling...

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Technology Education Lesson Plan Wall and Ceiling Structures Teacher: Joshua R. Speer Time Required: 50 minutes Behavioral Objectives : Upon completion of this lesson, the learner will: Describe what a “Wall and Ceiling Structure” is. Identify the purposes of “Wall and Ceiling Structure.” Name and describe the key terms related to “Wall and Ceiling Structure.” Set/Motivation : ? Introduction : A wall is a major structure of a house. It supports the loads of everything above it. There are two main types of walls; Exterior and Interior. In this lesson we will learn how walls are assembled and the proper name for the parts. Presentation of New Material: Wall and Ceiling Parts Studs-Vertical members that run the entire wall height. They support the load above. King Stud- Vertical members that run the entire wall height. They are located next to window and door openings. Cripple Stud- Vertical member that fills below the rough sill and above the header Trimmer Stud- Vertical member that supports the header Joist-Horizontal member that runs from wall to wall. Rough Sill- Horizontal member that forms the rough opening for a window. Header-Horizontal member that supports the span of an opening above doors and windows.
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