Woodworking

Aurora High School offers several opportunities for students to develop their skills and abilities in woodworking. It begins with a semseter introductory Wood I course where students learn the basics about materials, machines, and processes used to make basic wood products. This introductory course is followed by another semester course where student get into the project planning side of woodworking. They have to develop a set of plans that include needed drawings, bill of materials, plan of procedures, and a project schedule for a project they choose and can complete in a semester of time. If they are successful in both semester courses then they can choose to take a year long course in Advanced Woodworking where student further investigate the woodworking industry and project production. All course cover mathematics, safety of the machines, and materials used to make useful or artistic wood products. Students who are success in this set of courses should have several products they produced to take home that demonstrate their abilities in woodworking.
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Miter Saw.htm
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Planer Test.htm
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Planer.doc
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Table Saw Safety Test.htm
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