AIM: HOW DO WE MODIFY OUR HATCHES USING THE HATCH COMMAND IN AUTOCAD?
The “OPENING TASK” gives you a chance to prepare the students for the coming lesson. It can be used to review concepts and skills or lead into the lesson. It may not disclose the Aim of the lesson.
Define the following
Annotative Associative Match Properties
List what is done after we the match properties option in the Hatch Creation Tab
Demonstrate how to hatch varios hatch options using Gradient, solid and pattern hatch type
Develop questions in group of two’s pertaining to the Hatch command
PRESENTATION: The Presentation is a list of questions that develop each step, in sequential order, to achieve the Aim. Each step is a teaching point. You are to write the answers under each question in full sentences, preferably in contrasting colored ink. Write large enough to read your plan from several feet away. Reduce lecturing to a minimum. Train your students to respond in full sentences only.
- How do we access the hatch editor tab?
- When would a designer use the hatch type rather than the solid or gradient hatch type?
- Why would you recommend the match properties to someone?
IMMEDIATE APPLICATION: That which the students will do, immediately, to reinforce these new skills.
Students will create a various closed objects in AutoCAD and Hatch them.
Students will develop questions to ask the class pertaining to today’s lesson
In groups of two develop 2 questions using Bloom’s Taxonomy using any of the options in the hatch editor tab.