Learning Objectives: 1) Students to be able to differentiate various temporary and permanent joining methods. 2) Students to be able to analyse how and when to use different types of joining joints and the preparations involved. 3) Students to be distinguish types of joining joints their characteristics, advantages and disadvantages.
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I am yet to trial this lesson as recently bought it, it looks good for a practical lesson to cement learning using Blooms taxonomy but I was expecting the theory of each joint showing advantages and disadvantages of each joint. The starter is useful as a quick sorting exercise for AFL.
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