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MSY 205 Advanced Masonry (460113)

 

Campbell County Area Technology Center

Curriculum Map for Advanced Masonry (Masonry)

Instructor:  Jimmy Lee Porter

Course: MSY205 (460113) - 3rd Quarter

Length:  9 weeks 

 

Topics

Content

 

Essential Questions

Unit/Possible Related Content

Week One

 

Job Site Safety

 

Personal Protective Equipment

 

Working Safely from Elevated Surfaces

 

Tool & Equipment Safety

 

Material Handling

 

 

Introduction to Advanced Masonry Lecture

NCCER Level 1-Masonry Safety

Identifying the Causes of Accidents

Recognizing Hazards

Housekeeping Techniques

Mortar & Concrete Safety

PPE

Body Harnesses/Lanyards/Deceleration Devices

Personal Fall arrest Equipment

Hand Tools

Power Tools

Storing Masonry Materials

Powerpoints

Project # 1-Lay obtuse angle brick corners with quoin corner.

Task- 1,2,3,4,8

Tear down Project #1                                                                                                              

Test-Masonry Safety

 

 

Accidents caused by lack of skill can be prevented by?

 

Making excuses for taking risks on the job is known as?

 

Poor housekeeping on the job site is an example of an?

 

Lanyards used in fall protection systems must have a minimum breaking strength of?

 

The entire weight of a fall arrest system is supported by an?

 

Skills Standards

EF 001

EF 015

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-OPS-1

TD-OPS-2

TD-OPS-3

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.2

Week Two

 

Types of Mortar & Ingredients

 

Mortar Properties

 

Mortar Problems & Solutions

 

The Mortar Mixing Area

 

NCCER Level 1- Mortar

The use of Portland Cement/Hydrated Lime/Sand

Types of Masonry Mortar

Water & Admixtures

Workability

Hardened Mortar

Durability

Compressive Strength

Tempering

Weather Conditions

Power Mixer

Safety Tip for Power Mixer

DVD's

Project # 2-8' composite wall (with door & window sill) pier at one end/pilaster at the other & expansion joint in middle

Task-5,10,11,12

Tear down Project #2

Test- Mortar

 

 

 

The ingredient that causes hydration of mortar by reacting with water and air is?

 

Flexibility is a mortar property that is provided by the ingredient?

 

What are the four basic types of mortar discussed in class and their PSI rating?

 

Adding water to mortar to replace the moisture lost through evaporation is called?

 

A mixing specification for mortar of 1:1:6 indicates?

 

Skills Standards

EF 003

EF 004

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-SAL-2

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.1a

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.1b

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.1c

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.1d

Week Three

Various Types of Masonry Units

 

Set Up/Layout

 

Bonding Masonry Units

 

Laying Techniques

 

Tooling Techniques

 

Cutting Masonry Units

 

Masonry Reinforcement Accessories

 

NCCER Level 1-Masonry Units & Installation Techniques

Characteristics of Brick & Block

Job Layout

Dry Bonding

Head Joints/Bed Joints

Corner Poles

Line Blocks/Stretchers Building Corners/Leads

Various Mortar Joint Finishes

Level/Plumb/Straight edge

Closure Units

Cleaning Brick

Wall Ties

Flashing /Weepholes

Powerpoint, Overhead Projector

Project # 3- 8" Block Retaining Wall with Split Face block in Stack Bond

Task-6,7,9,13,14

Tear down Project #3

Test-Masonry Units & Installation Techniques

 

 

 

When laying out courses, a mason must use?

 

To keep a line from sagging, masons use a support device called a ?

 

 

The brick position that is used most in laying walls is the?

 

The vertical mortar joint between masonry units is called the?

 

A buttered brick is placed and then adjusted to achieve a mortar joint that is approximately what size?

Skills Standards

EF 007

EF 008

EF 009

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-SAL-2

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.11-12.3

 

 

Week Four

 

History of Arches

 

Types of Arches

 

Classes of Arches

 

Arch Construction

 

Masonry Skills-Development of Arches

Major/Miner Arches

Semi-Circular Arch

Jack Arch

Gothic Arch

Bullseye

Focus on KOSSA Testing

Review KOSSA sample questions

Projects- Advanced Composite walls/Cavity Walls

Internet

Task-1-14

Students will work on assigned projects acquiring new skills and mastering previous task.

 

 

 

An arch that is flatand supported by an angle iron is known as a?

 

The wedge shaped masonry unit that make up the arch ring are known as the?

 

An arch that is shorter than 6 feet is classified as a?

 

The most popular arch built is churches is the?

 

Skills Standards

EF 007

EF 008

EF 009

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-SAL-2

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.11-12.3

 

 

Week Five

 

Templates

 

Rowlock/Header Arches

 

Soldier Arches

 

 

 

Masonry Skills-Construction of Semi Circular & Segmental Arches

Wood arch forms

Setting a form in place

Bonding the arch

Workmanship

Focus on Work Keys Testing

Review for locating information

Projects- Advanced Composite walls/Cavity Walls

Task-1-14

Students will work on assigned projects acquiring new skills and mastering previous task.

 

 

 

The strongest of all arches is the?

 

Arch center forms are usually built of?

 

The most difficult brick position to build, a semicircular arch retaining all the head joints the same size is a?

 

The top of the arch bricks can be maintained at the proper curvature by using a?

 

Skills Standards

EF 007

EF 008

EF 009

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-LOG-1

TD-LOG-2

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.2

Week Six

 

Types of Jack Arches

 

Marking off spacing of the arch bricks

 

Laying out a Jack Arch from the radial center point

 

 

Masonry Skills-Construction of a Jack Arch

Common Jack Arch

Bonded Jack Arch

Focus on Work Keys Testing

Review reading for information

Projects- Advanced Composite walls/Cavity Walls

Task-1-14

Students will work on assigned projects acquiring new skills and mastering previous task.

 

 

 

A Jack Arch should be supported on angle irons if the span is more than?

 

The layout line for a Jack Arch is taken from the?

 

The position the Jack Arches are laid in is called?

Skills Standards

EF 007

EF 008

EF 009

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-LOG-1

TD-LOG-2

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.2d

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.2f

 

Week Seven

 

Construction foundation walls

 

Building Codes

 

Benchmark

 

Constructing the batter boards

 

Laying out the foundation using the 6/8/10 method

 

Advanced Masonry Skills-Laying out the Foundation

Loads

Batter boards

Basement foundation

Crawl space foundation

Focus on Work Keys Testing

Review applied math

DVD's

Projects- Advanced Composite walls/Cavity Walls

Task-1-14

Students will work on assigned projects acquiring new skills and mastering previous task.

 

 

 

 

Most foundations that are built of masonry units are constructed of?

 

Benchmarks are for?

 

Batter boards are used for?

 

The best known formula for squaring a foundation if a transit levet is not used is the?

Skills Standards

EF 007

EF 008

EF 009

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-LOG-1

TD-LOG-2

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.2d

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.W.11-12.2f

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.6

Week Eight

 

Size of footings

 

Types of footings

 

Placing concrete for footings

 

Advanced Masonry Skills-Construction Footings

Trench footings

Form footings

Stepped footings

Plumb bob

Projects- Advanced Composite walls/Cavity Walls

Task-1-14

Students will work on assigned projects acquiring new skills and mastering previous task.

 

 

 

2 key factors that influence the size of footings are?

 

The width of a footing for an 8" concrete block foundation is?

 

What should be added to increase the strength of a concrete footing?

Skills Standards

EF 006

EF 007

EF 008

EF 009

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-LOG-1

TD-LOG-2

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.2

Week Nine

 

Purpose of a retaining wall

 

Why retaining walls fail

 

Types of retaining walls

 

Construting the footing for retaining walls

 

Advanced Masonry Skills-Retaining Walls

Uses of retaining walls

Reinforcing the retaining wall

Factors to consider when building a retaining wall

Projects- Advanced Composite walls/Cavity Walls

Task-1-14

Students will work on assigned projects acquiring new skills and mastering previous task.

 

 

 

Low retaining walls are classified as wall no higher than?

 

What should be added behind a retaining wall that filters the dirt and allows the water to pass through?

 

The most important detail when laying out the 1st course of a retaining wall is that it is?

Skills Standards

EF 010

EF 011

New Common Core Technical Standards

TD-LOG-1

TD-LOG-2

New Common Core State Standards

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.SL.11-12.2

***Bell Ringers: KOSSA, Work Keys

 

Monday / Wednesday Math

Tuesday / Thursday                  Open Response/On Demand

Friday