## Board Practice: Positioning and Drawing the Title Block; Freehand Writing of Letters and Numerals

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<h1>BROAD PRACTICE</h1> <p>CONTENT</p> <ol> <li>Positioning and Drawing the Title Block.</li> <li>Freehand Writing of Letters and Numerals.</li> </ol> <p> </p> <h2>Positioning and Drawing the Title Block</h2> <h3>Title Block</h3> <p>The title block gives necessary information about the drawing such as name of designer, school, class, date, scale etc. The title block is usually at the bottom right-hand corner of the drawing paper.</p> <p><img class="size-full wp-image-32536 aligncenter" src="https://classhall.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/title-block.jpg" alt="Board practice - Positioning and Drawing the Title Block" width="522" height="227" /></p> <p> </p> <h2>Writing (freehand) Legible Letters and Numerals</h2> <p>Lettering is the art of writing of letters (alphabets) and numbers (figures) in bold form or lower case form on drawing.</p>

## The Uses of Metals

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## Wood

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## Building: Walls

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## Freehand Sketching

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<h1>FREEHAND SKETCHING</h1> <p>CONTENT</p> <ol> <li>Definition or Meaning of Freehand Sketching</li> </ol> <p> </p> <h2>Definition or Meaning of Freehand Sketching</h2> <p>Freehand sketching is one of the quickest methods by which the shape of an object can be communicated to others without using any drawing instrument except a pen or a pencil. Examples of free hand sketches are:</p>

## Geometric Construction: Construction of a Circle

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## Wood (continued)

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## Building: Floors

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## Understanding Technology: Introduction to Technology

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Unfortunately we could not locate the table you're looking for.<h1>UNDERSTANDING TECHNOLOGY</h1> <p>CONTENT</p> <ol> <li>Introduction to Technology</li> <li>Technology-related Professions</li> <li>Technology Occupations/Careers</li> <li>Types of Technology</li> <li>Importance of Technology</li> <li>Technological Literacy</li> </ol> <p> </p> <h2>Introduction to Technology</h2> <p>Technology is a term derived from the Greek words ‘<strong>techne’</strong> and ‘<strong>logia’</strong> meaning the study of craft or art. Technology is basically a systematic way of doing things or solving problems for the good of mankind. Technology is also a human activity directed at designing and making products like machines, computers, textiles, household devices and others, which make human living comfortable.</p> <p>Technology is the processes (method) and products (materials) that make life easy and stress free. It can also be defined as cultural traditions developed in human communities for developing the physical and biological environment. Technology is also a new knowledge, idea, skill, procedure, or technique for doing or using things which may result into new things being produced. Technological development could be traced in the following areas:</p> <ol> <li>Food</li> <li>Clothing</li> <li>Shelter</li> <li>Communication</li> <li>Transportation, and</li> <li>Manufacturing.</li> </ol> <p> </p> <h2>Technology-related Professions</h2> <p>Technology is in the area of producing things, and providing services or using things in given ways. Such areas of human endeavor include engineering and construction, medicine, pharmacy, agriculture, business and commerce.</p> <p> </p> <h2>Technology Occupations/Careers</h2> <p></p>

## Basic Freehand Techniques of Drawing Circles, Irregular Shapes, etc.

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<h1>BASIC FREEHAND TECHNIQUES OF DRAWING CIRCLES, IRREGULAR SHAPES, ETC.</h1> <p>CONTENT</p> <p>Basic Freehand Techniques of Drawing Circles, Irregular Shapes, etc.</p> <ol> <li>Sketching a Straight Line</li> <li>Sketching a Curve</li> <li>Sketching a Circle</li> <li>Sketching a Square Box</li> <li>Sketching an Irregular Edge</li> </ol> <p> </p> <h2>Techniques of Sketching</h2> <h3>Sketching a Straight Line</h3> <p>A straight line is defined as the shortest distance between two points. We can use freehand to draw a fairly straight line by the following procedures.</p> <ol> <li>Put a dash or dot far enough to the right-hand side of the paper.</li> <li>Start to draw a line from the left-hand side to join the dash or dot with your eyes fixed on the point.</li> </ol> <h3>Sketching a Curve</h3> <p>To draw a curve by freehand, it will be necessary to plot some points not too far from each other at different levels, like this --------- with the points in position attempt to draw curves by joining the dashes or dots.</p> <h3>Sketching a Circle</h3> <p>To draw circles, the easiest way is to draw lines which are equal in diameter to the circle in different directions. Each line must be as faint and straight as possible, each crossing one another at a central point. Now, join the points by little curves from the top of each line. Try to draw other circles by means of joining two large curves having half the size as radius and full size in diameter.</p> <h3>Sketching a Square Box</h3>