BECE 2017 Basic Design And Technology (Pre Technical Skills ) Past Question Paper Two

1

(a) What are temporary stitches?

(b) State four reasons for setting a table for family meals.

(c) A unit for hanging school uniforms is to be designed and made in the school workshop.
(i) State two places where the unit would be placed in the workshop.
(ii) State two specifications of the unit based on construction;
(iii) Name one specific material to be used for making the unit.

(d) (i) List five important pieces of information printed onto a package.
(ii) Name two other methods for making a print.

(a) What are temporary stitches?

These are stitches used to hold parts of articles together and removed when permanent stitches are made.

(b) State four reasons for setting a table for family meals.

(State any four of the following)

 To stimulate / whet appetite
 To have all items needed within reach
 To make eating more pleasant
 To create a welcoming environment
 It brings out the skills of the caterer
 Young ones are taught how to set table

(c) A unit for hanging school uniforms is to be designed and made in the school workshop.
(i) State two places where the unit would be placed in the workshop.

(State any two of the following)
 In the wardrobe
 On the wall
 Partition bar
 Behind the door
 On the window frame

(ii) State two specifications of the unit based on construction;

(State any two of the following)
 Must be strong
 Should take more uniforms at a time
 Corrosive resistant
 Use all types of joints
 Screwed
 Must be portable

(iii) Name one specific material to be used for making the unit.

(Mention any one of the following)
 Odum
 Sapele
 Wawa
 Raffia palm
 Cane
 PVC (acrylic)
 mild steel
 Aluminium

(d) (i) List five important pieces of information printed onto a package.

(Mention any five of the following)

 The name of the product
 Manufacturing date
 Expiry date
 Bar code
 The ingredients used
 Picture of content
 Country of origin
 Usefulness of product
 Net weight / volume of the product

(ii) Name two other methods for making a print.

 Direct printing from existing surfaces, e.g. leaf, tree bark, coin
 Indirect printing, e.g., block, screen, stencil, roller, relief and frontage

2

 (a) (i) Make a freehand pictorial sketch of the hand file with a handle used for filing metals.
(ii) Label any two parts of the hand file sketched in question 2 (a)(i).
(iii) State one use of the hand file.

(b) Copy and complete the table below:

OPERATION

TWO TOOLS REQUIRED FOR EACH OPERATION

(i)          Moulding of bricks

(ii)        Marking out on metal plate

(iii)       Soldering sheet metals

(iv)       Cutting a piece of wood into two

Figure 1 shows the front view and plan of a square pyramid.


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(c) Draw full size the following views:
(i) front view;
(ii) plan.

 (a) (i) Make a freehand pictorial sketch of the hand file with a handle used for filing metals.
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(ii) Label any two parts of the hand file sketched in question 2 (a)(i).

(State any two of the following)
 Tang
 Blade
 Body
 Edge
 Teeth / cuts
 Handle
 Ferrule

(iii) State one use of the hand file.

(State any one of the following)
 Used to file shoulders of metal
 Used to file corners of metal

(b) Copy and complete the table below:

OPERATION

TWO TOOLS REQUIRED FOR EACH OPERATION

(i)          Moulding of bricks

Mould box

Tamping Rod

Shovel, Spade

Wheel barrow / Head pan

Gauge box

(ii)        Marking out on metal plate

Scriber

Steel Rule / Rule / Ruler

Try square

Dot Punch

Chalk

Oddleg Calipers

A pair of compasses / wing compasses

Pair of Dividers

Tape measure

Pencil

(iii)       Soldering sheet metals

Soldering Bit / Stove / Soldering iron/ Soldering hammer

Brush, File

Tin snips / snips / shears

(iv)       Cutting a piece of wood into two

Cross cut saw

Rip saw

Tenon saw

Dovetail saw

Hand saw (all specific woodwork saws)

Figure 1 shows the front view and plan of a square pyramid.

(c) Draw full size the following views:
(i) front view;
(ii) plan.

3

 (a) (i) Make a freehand pictorial sketch of the claw hammer.

(ii) Label any two parts of the claw hammer sketched in question 3(a)(i)

(iii) State one use of the claw hammer.

(b) Copy and complete the table below:

PRODUCTONE SPECIFIC MATERIAL FOR MAKING THE PRODUCT
(i)          Body of sewing machine 
(ii)        Water hose 
(iii)       Gauge box 
(iv)       Traditional oven 
(v)         Drawing board 


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Figure 2

(c) Figure 2 shows the pictorial sketch of a cassava grater made from sheet metal.
Re-arrange the following procedure for making the grater in the correct order:

(i) cut out the shape with snips;
(ii) draw patterns on paper;
(iii) punch holes on the sheet metal;
(iv) solder closed edges;
(v) fold workpiece.

(d) (i) Explain the term batching in blockwork.

(ii) Name one tool used for mixing mortar.
[25 marks]

(a) (i) Make a freehand pictorial sketch of the claw hammer.
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(ii) Label any two parts of the claw hammer sketched in question 3(a)(i)

(State any one of the following)
 Claw
 Head
 Shaft
 Striking face

(iii) State one use of the claw hammer.

(State any one of the following)
 For removing nails
 For driving in nails

(b) Copy and complete the table below:

PRODUCTONE SPECIFIC MATERIAL FOR MAKING THE PRODUCT
(i)          Body of sewing machineCast Iron
(ii)        Water hosePVC rubber
(iii)       Gauge boxWawa (or any specific wood/metal)
(iv)       Traditional ovenClay laterite
(v)         Drawing board

Acrylic wawa, plywood sapele

(or any specific wood mentioned)

(c) Figure 2 shows the pictorial sketch of a cassava grater made from sheet metal.
Re-arrange the following procedure for making the grater in the correct order:

1. Draw patterns on paper;
2. Cut out the shape with snips;
3. Punch holes on the sheet metal;
4. Fold workpiece into shape.
5. Solder closed edges;

Note: Steps 2 and 3 are interchangeable

(d) (i) Explain the term batching in blockwork.

Measuring of aggregates

(ii) Name one tool used for mixing mortar.

Spade / shovel

4

 (a) (i) Make a freehand pictorial sketch of a ball-pein hammer.
(ii) Label any two parts of the ball-pein hammer sketched in question 4(a)(i).
(iii) State one use of the ball-pein hammer.

(b) Copy and complete the table below

MATERIAL

ONE USE

ONE PROPERTY

(i)           Mahogany

(ii)         Nylon

(iii)       Clay

(c) (i) List two tools used for reviting metal pieces.
(ii) State two safety precautions to be observed when building a wall.
(iii) List two types of chisels used in wood work.

4. (a) (i) Make a freehand pictorial sketch of a ball-pein hammer.
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(ii) Label any two parts of the ball-pein hammer sketched in question 4(a)(i).
[2 marks]
(State any two of the following)
 handle / shaft
 striking face
 eye / wedge / head
 ball pein
 head

(iii) State one use of the ball-pein hammer. [2 marks]

(State any one of the following)

 Used for riveting / shaping
 Used for driving nails / pins

(b) Copy and complete the table below

MATERIAL

ONE USE

(State any one of the following)

ONE PROPERTY

(State any one of the following)

(i)        Mahogany

Panelling, Plywood, furniture

Hard, durable, mixed grain / Interlock grain, brownish / brownish red / red in colour

(ii)      Nylon

Clothing, carpets, comb, brushes, gears, plug

Hard, resistance to wear

(iii)    Clay

Ceramic wares, bricks, tiles, oven, water cooler, pots, mugs, bowls, earthen ware

Sticky when wet, hard when dry, dense, can hold water, prone to cracks

(c) (i) List two tools used for riveting metal pieces.

(State any two of the following)
 ball-pein hammer
 vice
 dolly
 rivet set

(ii) State two safety precautions to be observed when building a wall.

(State any two of the following)
 Wearing of helmet
 Wearing safety boot
 Wearing of overall / overcoat

(iii) List two types of chisels used in wood work.

(State any two of the following)
 Firmer chisel
 Mortise chisel
 Bevel edge chisel

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