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Study Guide Questions

1.     If you are right-handed, you'd want the wheel to move in a clockwise direction. True or false?
2.     Preparing the clay is very much like what other kind of activity?
3.     The technique used to prepare the clay is sometimes called "____________ wedging."
4.     While wedging, be careful not to trap more __________ than you remove.
5.     Stiff clay is good to use for throwing ___________ pots.
6.     Cone-shaped wedging facilitates ____________ the clay on the wheel.
7.     A ___________ and a pin tool are two pieces of equipment which are needed.
8.     Why is water used?
9.     What is the most difficult shape to attempt on the potter's wheel? The easiest?
10.     The first hand-building technique described involves the use of a(n) ___________ support structure.
11.     Putting _________ beneath the clay makes rolling it out easier.
12.     In the video, a ______________ support mold is used, and the clay is draped inside of it.
13.     You can also work _______________ a supporting structure, such as a tube.
14.     __________________-slab construction can be used to make a clay box.
15.     In this technique, the surfaces that touch must be _______________ .
16.     A wet sponge can be used to ________________ sharp edges.
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