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1. Who taught you to do the handicraft?2. How did you learn doing the handicraft? Can you sayyou are already an expert? What‟s the differencebetween an expert and an amateur?3. What are the difficulties you have experienced indoing the handicraft?4. How many (name of product/handicrafts) can youcreate in a day? How fast can you finish one product?5. What motivates you to do it?What are yourinspirations? Where do you draw inspirations for yourdesign?6. What tips can you give for beginners, like me, whowant to learn and explore handicraft?7.What are the rules you follow or principles you havewhen doing handicraft?Activity 3.4 Craft Journal Entry/ Think Aloud RecordThe basic principles in handicraft are not mere suggestions but a set of rules tofollow.Write your commitment to a set of rules that you will follow in the machine shopor when you do a handicraft project.A sample template is provided below.You mayphotocopy or create your own template and paste it on your journal entry or have anaudio record of your pledge!Responses:I _______________________________hereby pledge to follow the rules I have stated here consistent with thebasic principles in handicrafts as my commitment to quality work.
HE-HandicraftsPage 26Lesson 4:Safety and Precautionary MeasuresAt the end of the lesson, the learner is expected to:1. Identify safe from hazardous practices2. Discuss issues, possible threats and safety procedures3. Perform safety proceduresBE SAFE FROM HAZARDOUS PRACTICES!Safety must be foremost in your mind before undertaking a handicraft project, orany activity for that matter.Who must be safe? The people doing the handicraft projectwhich includes you, your classmates and your teacher should be safe from accidents.Next, the tools and equipment must also be safe from disuse and unnecessarybreakage.Lastly, the environment, which is the source of the handicraft materials, mustalso be safe from abuse so that these are not depleted.The good thing is almost all accidents and untoward events can be avoided bydeveloping safe personal work habits.This lesson enumerates those safety andprecautionary measures and it is imperative to remember them.An old adage aboutsafety is still true for today -“Safety means learning to follow instructions; it means nevertaking chances” (Lindbeck, Dunk & Hansen, 1969).The first line of defense is acquisition of information.You, as a handicraftstudent, must know about the type of handicraft you want to do.During demonstrations,closely observe the correct process of doing the project and in handling the tools.Identify the hazards of particular types of handicraft processes as well as those in themachine shops and avoid them.The second line of defence is the acquisition ofappropriate supplies and tools, including safety devices and a first aid kit.The third lineof defence is the practice of safe personal work habits, the most essential of which arelisted on the next page.

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