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Feliciano Leviste Memorial National

School Grade Level Grade 10
High School
DAILY LESSON LOG Teacher Mrs. Niña Grace T. Aquino Learning Area Technical Drafting
Teaching Dates
2 hours Quarter First
and Time

DAY 20
A. Content Standards The learners demonstrate an understanding of concepts and underlying principles in the preparation of CAD.
B. Performance Standards The learners shall be able to prepare CAD based on established industry and/or job requirements
C. Learning Competencies LO 1. Operate CAD software and computer hardware
1.3 Manipulate CAD features as per job requirement
CAD Features
1. Object linking and embedding
A. References
1. Curriculum Guide Pages CG in Technical Drafting page 23
2. Learner’s Material pages Drafting Technology Module 3 page 140 - 141
3. Textbook pages
4. Additional Materials from
Learning Resource (LR) Portal
B. Other Learning Resources
A. Reviewing previous Given the drawing or layout in AutoCAD, let a volunteered student to create or show to the class how to insert
lesson/presenting the new lesson OLE from a new file.
B. Establishing a purpose for the Can we link or embed objects from the files that were saved before? If we just copied or pasted an object from a
lesson file to our present drawing, can we consider that as embedded or linked object?
C. Presenting examples/instances of
Let the students watch a video clip about inserting OLE from an Existing File and using Copy and Paste function
the new lesson
Tell – the teacher will discuss how to link and embed objects in AutoCAD from an Existing File and using Copy
and Paste function
Guide – the teacher will facilitate them in following the procedures in OLE.
1. In AutoCad, once the drawing has been completed click on the layout tab that contain the title block OLE’s.
2. Insert OLE into the titleblock: {AutoCad} [Insert] <OLE Object…>.
3. The “Insert Object” dialogue box opens. There are two options to choose from, “Create New” and “Create
from File”.
a. Create New: The user can select from a list of window applications loaded on their computer.
b. Create from File: The user can select the file in the drawing. If this option is chosen, the user has the
opportunity to link the embedded file back to the original document
ii. Choose the “Create from File” option.
iii. Click the “Browse” button and navigate to the location of the file that is to be inserted into the
iv. Once the file is located, click on it and click “OK”.
D. Discussing new concepts and 5) If desired you can check the button to link the file to the drawing in case the notes are updated in the future.
practicing new skills#1 Click “OK” when done.
6) Double click on the inside of the OLE object to open it. Once the document opens, look to see what the width
of the margins are across the top are measured at.
7) Hit the red “X” in the upper right corner of the application to close it.
8) If you are working in MS Word and have multiple pages you have to adjust your page size accordingly to MD-
CS-55-Object Linking and Embedding Page 2 of 3 be included in the OLE object. Change the length of your
page size to accommodate the material on the second page.
9) Once the document is complete and you are ready to insert it into the 139 drawing, hit the red “X” in the upper
right corner of the application to close it.
10) Now, AutoCad reappears on the screen with document taking up most of your layout.
11) To change the size of the document to meet the text size in the Maryland CAD standards, left click on the
edge of the OLE object.
12) Once the object has been selected go to properties.

Act – let the students use the commands and try to insert an OLE from an Existing File and using Copy and
Paste function
E. Discussing new concepts and
practicing new skills#2
The groups will work together to create an OLE from an Existing File and using Copy and Paste function.
F. Developing mastery
They will present it to the class by discussing what they did to come up with their output.
G. Finding practical applications of
Can we use OLE in other applications in computer? How?
concepts and skills in daily living
H. Making generalizations and Abstract from you have learned and discuss it with your groupmates. Let the representative of the group present it
abstractions about the lesson to the class.
Embed or Link from an Existing File and using Copy and Paste function as instructed by the teacher. The output
I. Evaluating learning
will be graded or evaluated using the performance rubrics. It will be done by group.
J. Additional activities for
Research about the terms that you may encounter in drafting structural layout.
application or remediation

A. No. of learners who earned 80% in
the evaluation
B. No. of learners who require
additional activities for
remediation who scored below
C. Did the remedial lessons work?
No. of learners who have caught
up with the lesson.
D. No of learners who continue to
require remediation
E. Which of my teaching strategies
worked well? Why did these
F. What difficulties did I encounter
which my principal or supervisor
can help me solve?
G. What innovation or localized
materials did I use/discover which
I wish to share with other