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COURSE CONTENT:

Week No.
TOPIC
OBJECTIVES
METHODS OF TEACHING
DURATION
(in hours)
RESOURCES
EVALUATION

Stepping into AutoCAD

1. CAD
2. Startup Dialog Box
3. Understanding the AutoCAD Windows requirements
4. Using Button Functions of a Mouse
5. Understanding Toolbars, Function Keys, Status Bar
Know the following:

Hardware and Software Requirements
Default Windows Screen
How to OPEN a program (from Desktop)
Opening file or folder
Navigating Active Windows
Copying, Deleting and Renaming a file or folder
Starting AutoCAD
Open a drawing
Understanding the AutoCAD User’s Interface

Lecture-discussion

Demonstration

Drill and Practice

Hands On

3

Autodesk Mannual
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AutoCAD or User’s Coordinate System

1. Absolute Coordinate
2. Relative Cartesian Coordinates
3. Relative Polar Coordinate
4. Direct Distance Entry
5. Polar Tracking and Snap
6. Dynamic Input
Templates ( Free Hand and Automated)
Manipulate AutoCAD coordinate commands:

Absolute Coordinate command
Cartesian Coordinate command
Polar Coordinate command
Direct Distance Entry command
Snap and Polar Tracking command
Dynamic Input command

Lecture-discussion

Demonstration

Drill and Practice

Hands On

12

Autodesk Mannual
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Draw Command Tools

Drawing and Labeling

Bullets and Numbering

Editing Text

Templates ( Free Hand and Automated)
Learn to apply the following draw command tools:

Linear
Curves
Special Objects
Objects Snaps
Justify text
Text/Dtext/Mtext
Spell
Ddedit
Icon property
Table and Field

Lecture-discussion

Demonstration

Drill and Practice

Hands On

27

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Display and View Commands

Commands to modify and construct

Command to Edit Polyline

Command to Change position of endpoints

Creating 2D templates
Templates ( Free Hand and Automated)
AutoCAD commands that use to:

1.duplicate objects
2.clean up corners
3. modify object orientation
4.resized objects
5.pedit, explode
6.extend, break, join

Lecture-discussion

Demonstration

Drill and Practice

Hands On

21

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Site Development
Plan

Sketch Plan and Topographic map

Building Design
Knowledge in:

Computing coordinates (Azimuth to Bearing Distance)
Plotting coordinates in AutoCAD of a Technical Description of Land Title Sketch map
Plant Design (for BSIE)
1. Floor Plan
2. Sketch Plan
Commercial Building Design
(for BSME)
1. Floor Plan
2. Air-Conditioned Plan
3. Drawing of Mechanical Parts
Commercial Building Design
(for BSEE)
1. Floor Plan
2. Electrical Plan
House Building Design (for BSCE)
1. Floor Plan
2. Perspective
3. Interior design
4. Landscaping

Lecture-discussion

Demonstration

Drill and Practice

Hands On

24

AutoCAD books

Based on actual experiences.

Evaluation Procedures:
Grade Categories
Description of the Requirements
Weight toward the Midterm/Final Grade
Performance
How one completes the job. The quality of work. The time spent in doing the job. The correctness of the process. The ability to use the work implements. 60%
Comprehensives
Includes actual projects and activity sheets. How the activity sheets were answered and the actual accomplishments of the project undertaken. 25%
Major Exams
Results of the midterms/final theoretical written exams on the competencies required. 15%
The Final Grade of the subject is the Average Grade of the Midterm and Final Grade. Passing Mark is 50%

Reference:
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