When you feel it is necessary to complete your project.
When your lesson plans tell you to.
Never, unless the instructor tells you to.
During clean-up time.
While working with Xacto knives.
When your teacher assistant tells you to.
While working on bridges.
When you are inside the workshop
Any behavior which may distract or annoy a classmate.
Any behavior which makes other kids laugh.
Any behavior which may create a messy work space.
Any behavior which the instructor may think is inappropriate.
Any behavior at all.
Throwing things in the classroom or workshop is prohibited.
You may use any tool after successfully passing this test.
Maintain all of your attention on the tools you are using, even if someone is speaking to you.
You may not enter prohibited areas of the classroom after passing this test.
You must be in your assigned seat before the final bell rings.
Will often happen when people break classroom rules.
Will always result in a suspension or loss of points.
Will be kept a secret from the teacher.
Will always happen when people break classroom rules.
Leave it powered off or unplugged and tell the teacher.
Examine it closely and determine the best method to repair it.
Consult the lesson plans to get it working properly.
Ask a Teacher Assistant to fix it.
Stand in front of it until it begins working properly again.
Remind your partners or classmates about the Safety Rules.
Keep your body parts a safe distance away from the tool's moving parts (at least 3 inches).
Close your eyes and use "The Force."
Keep your hands and body parts very close to the moving parts of the tool.
Try to touch the blade or drill bit as quickly as you can so it doesn't injure your fingers.
Turn it off and get on-task immediately.
Wait behind it until all parts of the machine have stopped moving.
Force scrap wood pieces into the blade or drill bit until all parts of the machine have stopped moving.
Wait in front of it until all parts of the machine have stopped moving.
Run from the scene as fast as you can.
People in the skatedeck project group, and it's 20% of their grade.
Teacher-Assistants, and it's 20% of their grade.
Everyone who worked in the woodshop, and it's 20% of their grade.
Everyone in the class, and it's 20% of their grade.
Everyone in the hall, and it's 20% of their grade.
See how many tools you can use in the shortest amount of time.
Find your assigned seat before the bell rings.
Wait until the teacher asks for your attention, then find your seat.
Get your materials, your tools, and your pencil, etc. discuss your plan with your partners, and find your assigned seat.
The Tech Ed Safety and Rules Test.
The How-To instructional videos
The Lesson Plans
Asking the teacher.
Googling the internets
Documents and/or videos which explain how to complete your assignments.
Documents and/or videos the teacher uses to grade your assignments.
Documents and/or videos which explain how to select a project group.
Documents and/or videos which explain how to clean the workshop.
Documents and/or videos which explain how to teach Tech-Ed class.
An area where you can borrow scissors, tape or glue.
A restricted area - only Teacher Assistants may walk behind the counter.
An area where you can borrow safety goggles.
An area where you can request a dragster kit, airplane kit, or rocket kit.
An area where you can borrow Xacto Knives.
An area which matches "all of the above."
An area where you can watch the Lesson Plan videos which explain how to do your project.
Clean the room thoroughly, store your materials, and take your assigned seat.
Put all your materials away, stand quietly by the door and wait.
Talk quietly with friends and wait to be dismissed.
Listen for instructions and allow the TA's to do their clean-up jobs.
You have passed this test
You have passed this test and you have permission.
You have passed this test, you have permission and you have time.
You have passed this test, you have permission, and you have goggles on.
Cutting intricate curves and sharp angles in wood or plastic.
Carving "paper footballs" and other fun objects.
Sanding long flat edges of wood.
Cutting straight lines and gentle curves in wood or plastic.
Playing appropriate on-line video games.
Watching Youtube videos.
Learning how to complete your project.
Behind the Check-Out Counter
Mr. Gilley's office and man-cave.
The "Green Room."
The southwest corner of the workshop behind the black and yellow line.
Look ahead and get a preview of the next project on the list.
Catch up on on-line versions of Tosh.0, and/or other episodes of your favorite shows.
Do homework from your other classes.
Read, write, draw, or study.
Do nothing without specific permission from the teacher.
Get to your assigned seat before the bell rings.
Do not eat food or candy during class.
Do nothing without safety goggles on.