All classroom display posters for Design Technology.
Posters for visual aid for GCSE Product design/resistant materials. The posters include: Aldo Rossi Philippe Starck William Morris Charles Rennie Mackintosh Bethan Gray Alessi Dyson Under Armour Braun Apple
A Full lesson of a PowerPoint resource, explaining the importance of packaging in relation to design and customer interest, sustainability issues, revolutionary ideas and an exam style question at the end.
Three levels of tasks aimed at Ks3 Y7/Y8. This works great as a home learning resource. The backgrounds of text have been kept plain, so the document can be easily edited to suit different tasks. For example, drag and drop the PDF pages in to PowerPoint to easily edit over the written content.
A PowerPoint, with links to videos and web pages relating to Elon Musk. Pupils will follow the links to complete a series of tasks. Perfect for use as an assignment on Teams.
Interactive PDF with quick links to skip between pages, covering renewable and non-renewable energy sources, including advantages and disadvantages. I have included the PowerPoint version also. I have also attached a forms quiz with 30 marks worth of questions, that can be duplicated and set as an assignment on Teams. You can then attach a link to the PDF once it is saved in a pupil work area. This is mainly aimed at KS3 pupils, however could easily be used for KS4 as revision.
I have created a report generator for KS3 DT, however this can easily be adapted to be used in other subjects. The generator creates reports based on pupils grades and effort during lessons. The reports have three variations of comments for each grade A*-F. There are variations for effort grades, this then randomises the comments, so it is far less likely for pupils to have the same report comments. If you decide to change comments, then make sure you include a space before and after the grade comments and the effort comments.
I have created a corner halving joint instruction manual. I’ve kept the manual as simplistic as possible, for pupils to easily follow the guide when completing their practical. I use this as a framework guide, after having already given a visual demonstration to the pupils. This manual will eventually be part of a series, for 4 separate wood joints. I may also add a ‘you will need’ section at the beginning, for pupils to easily prepare their equipment before starting.
A short booklet explaining the production process when taking a product concept to manufacture. This includes 12 steps, a flowchart explanation and a series of exam style questions at the end of the PowerPoint.
Classroom display poster explaining different types of forces. PNG and Jpeg and PDF files that can be printed in large format without distortion or blur.
Wall display poster briefly explaining 6 steps of the Design Process. Files are PNG, PDF and Jpeg, that can be sized in large format without distortion or blur.
Pupils design and create their own playing cards relating to job roles. They then research the different qualifications needed to apply for those roles. There are fun elements added to the game also, to keep the pupils interested. There are instructions on how to create and play the game. I have also created example playing cards that you could use instead of having the pupils design their own if you wish. This game could easily be adapted for any subject, to include any careers. The pupils absolutely loved this task and it got them thinking of career paths and what qualifications they need to gain. My resources always take me a long time to prepare, so if you’d like to leave a kind review, it would be most appreciated.