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Product Design - Idea Generation, Sustainability and Target Market

Product Design - Idea Generation, Sustainability and Target Market

Pupils' love being creative with this hands-on project. Students are tasked with up-cycling a waste Coca-cola bottle to create a new product for a particular target market. In this series of lesson, students are introduced to the benefits of up-cycling in relation to impact on the environment/sustainability. They then draw their own semantic mind-map to come up with product ideas of their own (creative strategy) for a certain target market. They then apply one or more of their ideas as an initial sketch. Resources have clear success criteria and peer assessment. Lesson plan is also included for further clarity. Introduction (fertile question) Class discussion Semantic mind-map task Sketching.annotation Task Peer assessment Plenary/review Optional extension tasks (rapid-prototyping, dragons den style critique) Activities should be spread over 2 lessons If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons in this or other Product Design series/SOW (where the full iterative design process is covered). In this unit, pupils will gain an understanding into what is product design and the creative process of a designer in the industry.
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GCSE Business AQA Unit 1 Starting a Business, Lesson 8 - Companies

GCSE Business AQA Unit 1 Starting a Business, Lesson 8 - Companies

starter- discovering stakeholders discuss effects on stakeholders if starter task company was to close discuss shareholders- pie chart demonstration of shareholders key skills- maths- calculating share percentage of example question Few key terms & notes of a company to be written in books 2 legal document info for starting a company and extension task Plenary: Advantages & disadvantages list to match up with either one- extension explain why selected for advantage or disadvantage. Homework page: key examiner notes, 4 points need including when comparing legality of business ownership. 5 exam style questions worth 4 marks each.
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Preparing an Elevator Speech - Powerpoint

Preparing an Elevator Speech - Powerpoint

An elevator speech can be used to introduce yourself, talk about your company, network or pitch an idea. Everyone should have an elevator speech for different situations. It allows you to clearly and concisely get your message across so that others understand you and your intentions. This presentation focuses on using an Elevator Speech in a workplace environment. By the end of the presentation learners will have created and practiced their own elevator speech. Learning Objectives: - Understand what an elevator speech is. - Understand why you need to have an elevator speech. - Learn how to prepare an elevator speech. - Learn how to deliver an elevator speech.
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Purpose of Business Planning (GCSE/AQA) Lesson 6

Purpose of Business Planning (GCSE/AQA) Lesson 6

Starter task with extension contents of a business plan key terms Risk & Uncertainty video and question Why is a business plan so important- task and key info Homework research task (could begin in class- time permitting) plenary- example exam questions included for HA
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Topic 3.2 - 1st two lessons

Topic 3.2 - 1st two lessons

Edexcel GCSE Business- contains lessons for topic 3.2 meeting customer needs ( 1st two lessons on Design, Research & Development and Managing Stock). Effective PowerPoint presentations supported by student worksheets. To complete bundle set, revision of topic 1.1 resources is included. Useful for recapping YR10 content.
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