Drawing Attention to
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
High School students in Mr. Cross’ Design and Drawing for Production class use critical thinking and problem-solving skills to draw an orthographic and auxiliary view. Each drawing poses a new challenge for the students. The purpose of this drawing was to draw an auxiliary view which will show the true length and true width of an angular surface. Today’s objective was to decide placement and precisely draw dimension lines on the depth of their drawing. John Liskiewicz demonstrates to the class how to draw extension and dimension lines as his work is projected to the class.