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New Mexico FFACCSS.ELALiteracy.RST.910.4 Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domainspecific words and phrases as they are
used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 9–10 texts and topics.
CCSS.ELALiteracy.RST.910.7 Translate quantitative or technical information expressed in words in a text into visual form (e.g., a table
or chart) and translate information expressed visually or mathematically (e.g., in an equation) into words.
CCSS.ELALiteracy.RST.1112.9 Synthesize information from a range of sources (e.g., texts, experiments, simulations) into a coherent
understanding of a process, phenomenon, or concept, resolving conflicting information when possible.
Agriculture, Food and Natural Resource Standards Addressed!
PST.01.02. Apply physical science and engineering principles to design, implement and improve safe and efficient mechanical systems in AFNR situations.
PST.01.02.02.a. Identify the tools, machines and equipment needed to construct and/or fabricate a project in AFNR.
Asphalt Shingle
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Auger Bit
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Back Saw
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Bar Clamp
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Cuts a football shaped groove into the ends of lumber. A biscuit wafer is inserted into the notch to form a glue joint.
Biscuit Jointer
Block Plane
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Butt Hinge
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Carpenter’s Framing Square
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Carpenter’s Level or Plumb Level
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Caulking Gun
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Chain Saw
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Chalk Line
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Circular Saw Blade
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Combination Square
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Corner Clamp
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Corrugated Fiberglass Siding
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Used to countersink holes for flathead wood and machine screws and stove bolts.
Countersink
Curved Claw Hammer
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Used to cut grooves/joints in lumber. Adjustable to various thicknesses.
Dowel Rod
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Dry wall Screwdriver
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Felt Paper
Used as a underlayment material for shingles or rolled roofing materials. Aids I shedding water that may get under the roofing materials.
Flashing
Thin galvanized metal strips placed under roofing material to protect the edges of exposed lumber to prevent weathering.
Folding Rule
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Hand Saw
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Hinge Hasp
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Hole Saw
Used with an electric drill to bore round holes in wood or other materials.
Insulation
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Jig Saw or Saber Saw
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Keyhole or Compass Saw
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Line Level
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Metal Stud
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Miter Box and Saw
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Nail-Set
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Palm/Finish Sander
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Particle Board
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Plywood
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Portable Belt Sander
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Portable Circular Saw
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Power Fastener
It is loaded with a nail which is propelled by a blank cartridge after the trigger is pulled.
It is loaded with a nail which is propelled by a blank cartridge. It fires after being struck by a hammer.
Power Hammer
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The rings on the nail prevent the nail from slipping.
Rolled Roofing
Roofing Insulation Caps
A ring shank nail with a large plastic head that will hold down roofing materials.
Roofing Tins
Round pieces of sheet metal that a nail/screw is driven through to hold down roofing.
Roto Zip
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Router
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Scratch Awl
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Sheet Rock
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Sliding “T” Bevel
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Spade Bit
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Speed Square
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Spiral Nail
Generally longer than a ring shank nail with the same purpose, to prevent slippage.
Staple gun
Used to attach light gauge materials together where a nail is too heavy or time consuming.
Steel Tape
Used for lay out work and measuring straight or curved surfaces and around corners.
Straight Claw or Ripping Hammer
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Strap Hinge
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Structural Lumber
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Stud Finder
Electronic device used to locate wood and metal studs that are covered with wall board of some type.
“T” Hinge
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Table Saw Miter Gauge
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Tack Hammer
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Torpedo Level
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Treated Lumber
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Try Square
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Underlayment Nail
Used to nail underlayment when roofing. There is a wider gap between the head and retaining ring than you see on a ring shank nail.
Wallboard Anchor
Used to attach/anchor items to a standing sheet rock wall.
Wood Chisel
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Wood Rasp
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Wood Scraper
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Wooden Biscuit
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