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Special Education : Contemporary Perspectives for School Professionals

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ISBN13:

9780205375240

ISBN10:
0205375243
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2005
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon

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Summary

In this exciting new text, Marilyn Friend's contemporary treatment of special education prepares teachers for their evolving role in the education and well-being of students with special needs. Informed by her years of experience working with exceptional students and their teachers, this trusted author combines validated research with practical information for educators working in the challenging age of inclusion, professional collaboration, student diversity, and legislative change. Throughout the book, she grounds the discussion in the realities of today's classrooms in a way that is concrete and compelling to future teachers whose concerns must always be the practical, yet whose actions must also consider the broader human needs and experiences of students with exceptionalities and their families.

Table of Contents

Getting Started
Introduction
2(1)
Toolbars
3(4)
The Command: Line Box
7(1)
Command Tools
8(1)
Starting a New Drawing
8(1)
Naming a Drawing
8(2)
Drawing Units
10(2)
Drawing Limits
12(1)
Grid and Snap
13(2)
Sample Problem SP1-1
15(1)
Save and Save As
16(1)
Open
16(1)
Exit
16(2)
Exercise Problems
18(3)
Fundamentals of 2-D Construction
Introduction
21(1)
Line---Random Points
21(2)
Erase
23(2)
Line---Snap Points
25(1)
Line---Coordinate Values
25(1)
Line---Polar Values
26(1)
Construction Line
27(3)
Circle
30(2)
Circle Centerlines
32(2)
Polyline
34(3)
Spline
37(1)
Ellipse
38(2)
Rectangle
40(1)
Polygon
40(1)
Point
41(1)
Text
42(4)
Move
46(1)
Copy
46(1)
Offset
47(1)
Mirror
48(1)
Array
48(2)
Rotate
50(1)
Trim
50(1)
Extend
51(1)
Break
52(1)
Chamfer
53(1)
Fillet
54(1)
Table
54(3)
Exercise Problems
57(14)
More Advanced Commands
Introduction
71(1)
Osnap
71(2)
Osnap---Endpoint
73(1)
Osnap---Snap From
73(1)
Osnap---Midpoint
74(1)
Osnap---Intersection
74(1)
Osnap---Apparent Intersection
75(1)
Osnap---Center
76(1)
Osnap---Quadrant
76(1)
Osnap---Perpendicular
76(1)
Osnap---Tangent
77(1)
Osnap---Nearest
78(1)
Sample Problem SP3-1
78(1)
Sample Problem SP3-2
79(1)
Grips
80(1)
Grips---Extend
81(1)
Grips---Move
82(1)
Grips---Rotate
82(1)
Grips---Scale
83(1)
Grips---Mirror
83(1)
Blocks
84(2)
Working with Blocks
86(3)
Wblock
89(2)
Layers
91(8)
Attributes
99(5)
Title Blocks with Attributes
104(3)
Edit Polyline
107(1)
Edit Spline
107(1)
Edit Text
107(1)
Constructing the Bisector of an Angle---Method I
108(1)
Constructing the Bisector of an Angle---Method II
109(1)
Constructing an Ogee Curve (S-Curve) with Equal Arcs
109(1)
Constructing a Parabola
110(1)
Constructing a Hyperbola
110(1)
Constructing a Spiral
111(1)
Constructing a Helix
112(1)
Designing Using Shape Parameters
112(3)
Exercise Problems
115(18)
Sketching
Introduction
133(1)
Establishing Your Own Style
133(1)
Graph Paper
133(1)
Pencils
134(1)
Lines
134(1)
Proportions
135(1)
Curves
136(1)
Sample Problem SP4-1
137(1)
Isometric Sketches
138(2)
Sample Problem SP4-2
140(1)
Oblique Sketches
141(1)
Perspective Sketches
142(2)
Working in Different Orientations
144(1)
Exercise Problems
145(12)
Orthographic Views
Introduction
157(1)
Three Views of an Object
157(1)
Visualization
158(2)
Hidden Lines
160(1)
Hidden Line Conventions
160(1)
Drawing Hidden Lines
161(4)
Precedence of Lines
165(1)
Slanted Surfaces
165(1)
Projection Between Views
166(1)
Sample Problem SP5-1
166(1)
Compound Lines
167(1)
Sample Problem SP5-2
168(1)
Oblique Surfaces
169(1)
Sample Problems SP5-3
170(1)
Rounded Surfaces
171(1)
Sample Problem SP5-4
172(1)
Holes
172(3)
Holes in Slanted Surfaces
175(2)
Cylinders
177(1)
Sample Problem SP5-5
178(1)
Cylinders with Slanted and Rounded Surfaces
179(1)
Sample Problem SP5-6
180(1)
Drawing Conventions and Cylinders
181(1)
Irregular Surfaces
182(1)
Sample Problem SP5-7
182(3)
Hole Callouts
185(1)
Castings
186(2)
Sample Problem SP5-8
188(1)
Thin-Walled Objects
189(1)
Sample Problem SP5-9
190(1)
Intersections
191(1)
Sample Problem SP5-10
191(2)
Sample Problem SP5-11
193(1)
Sample Problem SP5-12
193(3)
Designing by Modifying an Existing Part
196(2)
Exercise Problems
198(33)
Sectional Views
Introduction
231(2)
Cutting Plane Lines
233(3)
Section Lines
236(1)
Hatch
237(2)
Sample Problem SP6-1
239(1)
Styles of Section Lines
240(1)
Sectional View Location
240(1)
Holes in Sections
241(1)
Hatch Styles
242(1)
Offset Sections
243(1)
Multiple Sections
244(1)
Aligned Sections
244(1)
Drawing Conventions in Sections
244(1)
Half, Partial, and Broken-out Sectional Views
245(1)
Removed Sectional Views
246(1)
Breaks
246(2)
Sectional Views of Castings
248(2)
Exercise Problems
250(15)
Auxiliary Views
Introduction
265(1)
Projection Between Normal and Auxiliary Views
266(3)
Sample Problem SP7-1
269(1)
Transferring Lines Between Views
270(1)
Sample Problem SP7-2
271(1)
Projecting Rounded Surfaces
271(1)
Sample Problem SP7-3
272(1)
Projecting Irregular Surfaces
273(1)
Sample Problem SP7-4
273(2)
Sample Problem SP7-5
275(1)
Partial Auxiliary Views
276(1)
Sectional Auxiliary Views
277(1)
Auxiliary Views of Oblique Surfaces
277(1)
Secondary Auxiliary Views
278(2)
Sample Problem SP7-6
280(2)
Secondary Auxiliary View of an Ellipse
282(1)
Exercise Problems
283(15)
Dimensioning
Introduction
298(1)
Terminology and Conventions
298(2)
Linear Dimension
300(4)
Dimension Styles
304(3)
Units
307(2)
Aligned Dimensions
309(1)
Radius and Diameter Dimensions
309(4)
Angular Dimensions
313(1)
Ordinate Dimensions
314(2)
Baseline Dimensions
316(2)
Continue Dimension
318(1)
Quick Dimension
319(1)
Center Mark
320(1)
Quick Leader
320(3)
Dimension Edit
323(1)
Tolerances
324(1)
Dimensioning Holes
324(3)
Placing Dimensions
327(1)
Fillets and Rounds
327(1)
Rounded Shapes (Internal)
327(1)
Rounded Shapes (External)
328(1)
Irregular Surfaces
328(2)
Polar Dimensions
330(1)
Chamfers
330(1)
Knurling
331(1)
Keys and Keyseats
332(1)
Symbols and Abbreviations
333(1)
Symmetry and Centerline
333(1)
Dimensioning to Points
333(1)
Coordinate Dimensions
334(1)
Sectional Views
335(1)
Orthographic Views
335(1)
Very Large Radii
336(1)
Exercise Problems
337(18)
Tolerancing
Introduction
355(1)
Direct Tolerance Methods
355(1)
Tolerance Expressions
356(1)
Understanding Plus and Minus Tolerances
356(1)
Creating Plus and Minus Tolerances Using AutoCAD
357(2)
Limit Tolerances
359(1)
Creating Limit Tolerances Using AutoCAD
360(1)
Angular Tolerances
361(1)
Standard Tolerances
362(1)
Double Dimensioning
362(1)
Chain Dimensions and Baseline Dimensions
363(2)
Tolerance Studies
365(1)
Rectangular Dimensions
365(1)
Hole Locations
366(1)
Choosing a Shaft for a Toleranced Hole
366(1)
Sample Problem SP9-1
367(1)
Sample Problem SP9-2
368(1)
Standard Fits (Metric Values)
368(2)
Nominal Sizes
370(1)
Hole and Shaft Basis
370(1)
Sample Problem SP9-3
371(1)
Standard Fits (Inch Values)
371(1)
Sample Problem SP9-4
371(1)
Preferred and Standard Sizes
372(1)
Surface Finishes
372(3)
Surface Control Symbols
375(1)
Design Problems
376(4)
Exercise Problems
380(13)
Geometric Tolerances
Introduction
393(1)
Tolerances of Form
394(1)
Flatness
394(1)
Straightness
394(1)
Straightness (RFS and MMC)
395(2)
Circularity
397(1)
Cylindricity
398(1)
Geometric Tolerances Using AutoCAD
399(6)
Tolerances of Orientation
405(1)
Datums
405(1)
Perpendicularity
406(2)
Parallelism
408(1)
Angularism
408(1)
Profiles
408(2)
Runouts
410(1)
Positional Tolerances
411(1)
Virtual Condition
412(1)
Floating Fasteners
413(1)
Sample Problem SP10-1
414(1)
Sample Problem SP10-2
414(1)
Fixed Fasteners
415(1)
Sample Problem SP10-3
416(1)
Design Problems
417(2)
Exercise Problems
419(20)
Threads and Fasteners
Introduction
439(1)
Thread Terminology
439(1)
Thread Callouts (Metric Units)
439(1)
Thread Callouts (English Units)
440(1)
Thread Representations
441(5)
Orthographic Views of Internal Threads
446(1)
Sectional Views of Internal Thread Representations
446(1)
Types of Threads
447(1)
How to Draw an External Square Thread
448(1)
How to Draw an Internal Square Thread
449(1)
How to Draw an External Acme Thread
449(2)
Bolts and Nuts
451(1)
Screws
451(1)
Studs
451(1)
Head Shapes
452(3)
Nuts
455(3)
Sample Problem SP11-1
458(1)
Sample Problem SP11-2
458(1)
Standard Screws
459(1)
Set Screws
460(1)
Washers
461(1)
Keys
462(1)
Rivets
462(2)
Springs
464(2)
DesignCenter
466(3)
Exercise Pro lems
469(10)
Working Drawings
Introduction
479(1)
Assembly Drawings
480(2)
Drawing Formats (Templates)
482(3)
Title Block
485(1)
Revision Block
486(1)
Tolerance Block
487(1)
Release Block
487(1)
Parts List (Bill of Materials)
488(1)
Detail Drawings
489(1)
First-Angle Projection
490(1)
Drawing Notes
491(1)
Design Layouts
491(1)
Sample Problem SP12-1
492(4)
Exercise Problems
496(25)
Gears, Bearings, and Cams
Introduction
521(1)
Types of Gears
521(1)
Gear Terminology---Spur
521(2)
Spur Gear Drawings
523(1)
Sample Problem SP13-1
524(2)
Sample Problem SP13-2
526(2)
Sample Problem SP13-3
528(1)
Selecting Spur Gears
528(1)
Center Distance between Gears
528(1)
Sample Problem SP13-4
528(3)
Combining Spur Gears
531(2)
Gear Terminology---Bevel
533(1)
How to Draw Bevel Gears
534(1)
Worm Gears
535(2)
Helical Gears
537(1)
Racks
538(1)
Ball Bearings
539(1)
Sample Problem SP13-5
539(2)
Bushings
541(1)
Sample Problem SP13-6
542(1)
Cam Displacement Diagrams
543(1)
Cam Motions
544(3)
Cam Followers
547(1)
Sample Problem SP13-7
548(2)
Exercise Problems
550(9)
Fundamentals of 3-D Drawing
Introduction
559(1)
The World Coordinate System
559(2)
Viewpoints
561(3)
User Coordinate Systems (UCSs)
564(2)
Working with UCSs
566(2)
Sample Problem SP14-1
568(5)
Orthographic Views
573(3)
Elev
576(1)
Using the Elev Command to Create Objects
577(4)
Exercise Problems
581(6)
Surface Modeling
Introduction
587(2)
Box
589(1)
Wedge
589(1)
Pyramid
590(3)
Cone
593(1)
Sphere
594(1)
Dome
595(1)
Dish
596(1)
Torus
596(1)
3-D Face
597(1)
3-D Mesh
598(1)
Revolved Surface
599(2)
Tabulated Suface
601(1)
Ruled Surface
602(2)
Edge Surface
604(1)
Combining Surfaces
605(1)
Using Surfaces with a UCS
606(5)
Sample Problem SP15-1
611(7)
Exercise Problems
618(12)
Solid Modeling
Introduction
630(1)
Box
630(2)
Sphere
632(1)
Cylinder
632(1)
Cone
633(1)
Wedge
634(2)
Torus
636(1)
Extrude
637(1)
Revolve
638(1)
Slice
639(1)
Section
640(3)
Interfere
643(1)
Union and Subtract
644(1)
Solid Modeling and UCSs
645(2)
Combining Solid Objects
647(5)
Intersecting Solids
652(4)
Solid Models of Castings
656(5)
Thread Representations in Solid Models
661(1)
List
661(2)
Massprop
663(1)
Face and Edge Editing
663(5)
Design Problem
668(7)
Exercise Problems
675(30)
Descriptive Geometry
Introduction
705(1)
Orthographic Projection
705(3)
The True Length of a Line
708(4)
The True Shape of a Plane
712(4)
Locating a Line in a Plane
716(2)
Locating a Point in a Plane
718(2)
Visibility of a Line
720(1)
Piercing Points
721(4)
Distance Between a Line and a Point
725(2)
Distance Between Two Lines
727(1)
Angle Between a Plane and a Line
728(2)
Angle Between Two Planes
730(2)
Intersection
732(1)
Further Study
732(2)
Exercise Problems
734(11)
Appendix
A-1 Wire and Sheet Metal Gauges
745(1)
A-2 American Standard Clearance Locational Fits
746(1)
A-3 American Standard Running and Sliding Fits
747(1)
A-4 American Standard Transition Locational Fits
748(1)
A-5 American Standard Interference Locational Fits
749(1)
A-6 American Standard Force and Shrink Fits
749(1)
A-7 Preferred Clearance Fits---Cylindrical Fits
750(1)
A-8 Preferred Transition and Interference Fits---Cylindrical Fits
751(1)
A-9 Preferred Clearance Fits---Cylindrical Fits
752(1)
A-10 Preferred Transition and Interference Fits---Cylindrical Fits
753(1)
A-11 American National Standard Type A Plain Washers
754(1)
A-12 American National Standard Helical Spring Lock Washers
755(1)
A-13 American National Standard Internal--External Tooth Lock Washers
755(1)
A-14 British Standard Bright Metal Washers---Metric Series
756(1)
A-15 American National Standard and Unified Standard Square Bolts
757(1)
A-16 American National Standard and Unified Standard Hex Head Screws
758(1)
A-17 Coarse-Thread Series, UNC, UNRC, and NC---Basic Dimensions
758(1)
A-18 Fine-Thread Series, UNC, UNRC, and NC---Basic Dimensions
759(1)
A-19 American National Standard General-Purpose Acme Thread Form---Basic Dimensions
760(1)
A-20 60° Stub Threads
760(1)
A-21 American National Standard Slotted 100° Flat Countersunk Head Machine Screws
761(1)
A-22 American National Standard Slotted Truss Head Machine Screws
762(1)
A-23 American National Standard Plain and Slotted Hexagon Head Machine Screws
763(1)
A-24 Slotted Round Head Machine Screws
764(1)
A-25 American National Standard Square Head Setscrews
765(1)
A-26 American National Standard Square Head Setscrews
766(1)
A-27 American National Standard Slotted Headless Setscrews
767(1)
A-28 Lengths for Threaded Fasteners
768(1)
A-29 Lengths for Metric Threaded Fasteners
768(1)
A-30 American National Standard Square and Hexagon Machine Screw Nuts
769(1)
A-31 Standard Twist Drill Sizes (Inches)
770(1)
A-32 Standard Twist Drill Sizes (Millimeters)
770(1)
Index 771


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