Basic AG Wood

This course of study provides students with a working knowledge of the nature and uses of wood.  The course provides a basic understanding of requisite skill, shop safety, and the processes involved in the construction of wood projects.  Students are given the opportunity to learn the importance of the woodworking industry and its products by participating in activities and discussions.  These experiences also help them to acquire technical skills, communication skills, and occupational information relating to the woodworking industry. Students develop skills in the use of a variety of tools and machines, materials, and processes used in the manufacturing of woodworking projects.  Emphasis is placed on reading, writing, safety, plans, mathematical computations, tool-use, shop organization, management and project construction.

(This class has mandatory FFA and SAE participation, 10% each.  Students are required to participate in 3 FFA Activities per semester and maintain a valid SAE project)