LESSON DESCRIPTION
Content/Key Concepts 
NJ Standards 
Key Vocabulary 
Learning Activities/Resources 
Evidence of Learning 
In CADD, a shape can be defined as the form of an object or its outline, outer boundary or outer surface. We can find different basic shapes such as the twodimensional square, rectangle, and oval or the threedimensional rectangular prism, cylinder, and sphere in the objects we see around us. 
8.2.8.C.6 Create a technical sketch of a product with materials and measurements labeled. 
Learning to draw 2 D begins with learning to recognize and recreate the five basic elements of shape {dot, circle, straight line, curved line, angle line.} The attributes of a threedimensional figure are faces, edges and vertices. The three dimensions compose the edges of a 3D geometric shape. A cube, rectangular prism, sphere, cone and cylinder are the basic 3dimensional shapes we see around us. 
READING, VIDEO INSTRUCTION AND HANDS ON SKETCHING 
Drawing submissions, quizzes, student feedback 
LESSON
Sketching traditionally refers to a preliminary rough type of drawing that an artist might make in preparation for either a painting or a more formal drawing (like a study). A sketch is less detailed than a study  a study may be a highly detailed rendition of something to be used in a large composition.
What are the 3 types of technical sketching?
There are many types of technical drawings, including: 3D drawings (isometric, perspective) • Explodedview 3D drawings • Complete working drawings • Detail drawings (2D orthogonal projections) •Diagrams are another form of technical drawing with looser, less universal standards.
What are the 3 types of technical sketching?
There are many types of technical drawings, including: 3D drawings (isometric, perspective) • Explodedview 3D drawings • Complete working drawings • Detail drawings (2D orthogonal projections) •Diagrams are another form of technical drawing with looser, less universal standards.
ASSIGNMENT 1

SKETCH THE FOLLOWING AS DEMONSTRATED IN CLASS
ASSIGNMENT 2
SKETCH BELOW AS DEMONSTRATED IN CLASSROOM
ASSIGNMENT 3