LESSON 2: Introduction to Civil Engineering, Part 2 (October 12-15, 2018)

LESSON 2:   Introduction to Civil Engineering, Part 2

Context: This is part of a series of lessons introducing High School students to the field of civil engineering.

Objective: The objective of this lesson is for students to learn more about being a civil engineer.  What are the educational requirements.  What do civil engineers do?

Method: This assignment involves research and reporting. Follow this article and provide the information where requested. This is an INDIVIDUAL (not group) assignment. Please hand write your responses (not typed or printed) in sentence and paragraph (not outline) form. This assignment is due at the end of class. It can be accomplished within one class period, but you will need to work quickly.

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LESSON 1: Introduction to Civil Engineering, Part 1 (October 10-11, 2018)

LESSON 1:  Introduction to Civil Engineering, Part 1

Context:  This is the first lesson in a series of lessons introducing High School students to the field of civil engineering
Objective:  The objective of this lesson is for students to learn the basic meaning of civil engineering.  What sub-areas does it include?  What do Civil Engineers do?

Method: This assignment involves research and reporting. Follow this article and provide the information where requested. This is an INDIVIDUAL (not group) assignment. Please hand write your responses (not typed or printed) in sentence and paragraph (not outline) form.   This assignment is due at the end of class. It can be accomplished within one class period, but you will need to work quickly.

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Materials Engineering, Personal Inventory, October 8-9, 2018

PERSONAL INVENTORY:

Instructions:  Write the numbers 1-20 on a blank sheet of paper, and listen to the lecture summarizing some of the important information from our series on materials engineering.  Each one of the twenty (20) statements below has one or more blank, which can be completed with a word(s) to make a true statement.   Write the approved solution for each statement after the number  for that paragraph on your paper.  You do NOT have to write out the complete statement–just the word(s) to fill in the blank(s).

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Supplemental Materials Engineering Conclusion, Oct. 9, 2018

During our series on materials engineering, we spent more time investigating the materials than the engineers who work with them. Please write a paper (one page minimum) summarizing what materials Engineers are working on today. Please include some important or revolutionary products these engineers are working on that will have an important impact on our lives in the future. Also, where is this research taking place?