....with Mr. Struwing
About Residential Structures Class
Residential Structures Class is a Technology Education elective open to High School students in grades 10-12.
Residential is a 20-week course designed to provide studentswith a general understanding of the materials and processes used in designing and constructing residential structures.
This course was created predominately as a hands on course where students will gain knowledge through direct contact with materials and processes commonly used in the construction of new homes.
Additional topics of study may include: research on "green" homes, alternative home power, new building products and materials, Mortgage Terms, Calculating Square Footage, and Computer Aided Design & Drawing (CADD)
What do students do in Residential Class?
Students will work on projects such as; construction scale models of house framing, construction of a storage shed, building mock wall sections where students will utilize various installation techniques for plumbing, insulation, electrical work, sheetrock, hanging doors, and windows. Students will explore the history of residential structures, and investigate job opportunities
and career training options that are available
in the field of residential construction.
Schaghticoke Fair Grounds,
Various Size & Style Storage Sheds,
3/4" Scale Model Homes,
Laminate Computer Tables !!!!
!!! Residential Action !!!
Residential "Class Basics"
- Class Expectations and Lab Safety -
"These handouts must be signed and returned to
participate in Production Class"
Technology Lab Safety
Residential Class Links
Click the icons below for lessons, handouts, homework, quizzes, and helpful hints!
"Measurement" "Residential "House Styles" "Buying A Home" "Where To Build"
"Building Codes" "Framing" "Types of Roofs" "Windows "Scale Models"
"Electric" "Plumbing" "Sheds" "Exam Review" "Miscellaneous"