Wall Systems – Module ID 27111

Wall Systems – Module ID 27111

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Wall Systems (Module 27111) describes the procedures for laying out and framing walls, including roughing-in door and window openings, constructing corners and partition Ts, bracing walls, and applying sheathing. The module also includes estimating materials required to frame walls.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1 Identify the components of a wall system and describe how to estimate needed framing materials.

a. List wall system components.

b. Explain how to estimate quantities of materials required to frame walls.

Learning Objective 2 Summarize the steps for laying out and framing walls.

a. Describe how to lay out wood frame walls.

b. Describe how to lay out steel frame walls.

Learning Objective 3 Summarize the procedures for assembling and erecting wall systems.

a. Describe the steps used to assemble a wall.

b. List the four steps used to erect a wall.

Performance Tasks

Performance Task 1 (Learning Objective 1) Estimate materials required to frame walls.

Performance Task 2 (Learning Objective 2) Lay out a wood frame wall, including plates, corner assemblies, door and window openings, partition Ts, bracing, and fireblocking.

Performance Task 3 (Learning Objective 3) Assemble and erect a wood frame wall, including plates, corner assemblies, door and window openings, partition Ts, bracing, and fireblocking.

Performance Task 4 (Learning Objective 3) Correctly install sheathing on a wall.

Course Sessions

Session One introduces wall frame terminology and wall frame layout.

1. Show Session One PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Provide an overview of the module.

3. Discuss wall frame terminology.

4. Explain and demonstrate how to lay out a wood frame wall.

Session Two covers the assembly, erection, and bracing of wood frame walls.

1. Show Session Two PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Discuss how to determine lengths of studs.

3. Review general safety and discuss safety pertinent to wall assembly.

4. Discuss and demonstrate how to assemble a wall frame.

5. Discuss and demonstrate how sheathing is fastened to wall frames. 6. Describe the methods of furring and framing for masonry walls.

Session Three introduces estimating material quantities for wood frame walls.

1. Show Session Three PowerPoint® presentation slides.

2. Identify wall frame components that will be included in the estimate.

3. Discuss how to estimate each wall frame component.

4. Work in small groups to calculate estimates.

Session Four is a review and testing session. Have trainees complete the module Review Questions and Trade Terms Quiz. (Alternatively, these may be assigned as homework at the end of Session Three.) Answer any questions that trainees may have.

1. Have trainees complete the Module Examination. Any outstanding performance testing must be completed during this session.

2. Record the testing results on NCCER National Registry, and submit the report to your Training Program Supervisor.

Book Index

1.0.0   Wall System Components

1.1.0   Wall Components

1.1.1   Corner Assemblies

1.1.2   Partition Intersections

1.1.3   Headers

1.2.0   Estimating Wall Framing Materials

1.2.1   Estimating Bottom Plates and Top Plates

1.2.2   Estimating Studs

1.2.3   Estimating Headers

1.2 4   Estimating Exterior Wall Bracing

1.0.0   Section Review

2.0.0   Wall Layout

2.1.0   Wood Frame Wall Layout

2.1.1   Laying Out a Wall

2.1.2   Wall Opening

2.1.3   Framing for Masonry Construction

2.2.0   Steel Stud Wall Framing

2.2.1   Types of Steel Studs

2.2.2   Steel Stud Framing

2.0.0   Section Review

3.0.0   Assembling and Erecting Exterior Walls

3.1.0   Wall Assembly

3.1.1   Measuring Studs

3.1.2   Assembly Steps

3.1.3   Installing Fireblocking

3.2.0   Erecting Walls

3.2.1   Plumbing and Aligning Walls

3.2.2   Wall Bracing

3.2.3   Sheathing Walls

3.2.4   Panelized Walls

3.2.5   Fire and sound Proofing

3.0.0   Section Review

Module 27111 Review Questions

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