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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.
elliottwalker
Transition day bunting activity

Transition day bunting activity

A really effective way to welcome your new class during the new school term. Children complete their name bunting and then these are laminated and hung up like bunting around the classroom.
julfa786
Iron Age Lesson Bundle

Iron Age Lesson Bundle

FREE with code VALUEDCUSTOMER (return buyers) or OUTSTANDINGOCT (new Tes customers)! Iron Age Lesson Plans for Year 3/4 These plans belong to our popular Stone Age to Iron Age Resource Pack recommended by TES. - Includes full lesson plans and pupil resources/worksheets. Topics include Iron Age hill forts and Iron Age art. 1 . Introduction: What does Prehistory Mean? This lesson puts the Iron Age in context by introducing the period of British history from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Pupils will make a timeline to set this period into the wider context of British History and they will discover how we break up this period into distinct Ages. 2. No Place Like Home: What was life like at an Iron Age hill fort? Pupil will discover what life was like in an Iron Age hillfort in Britain. This lesson encourages pupils to engage imaginatively with this historical setting and reflect on how life in this period might have been different to life today, making a storyboard to record their ideas. As an extension activity pupils are challenged to find out about archaeological sites like Maiden Castle. 3. Picturing the Iron Age:What was Iron Age art like? Pupils will consider what kind of artefacts tell us about life in the Iron Age. They will investigate the designs found in Celtic art and use these ideas to make their own Celtic design.
KS2History
CC11 Obtaining and using metals (lessons 1-3)

CC11 Obtaining and using metals (lessons 1-3)

Resources based on the new edexcel (9-1) specification. Includes power points for both lessons from this unit of work. NOTE: may require edexcel worksheets which will require an edexcel subscription All lessons include: Learning objectives Starter (quiz, literacy or exam based) Main (all relevant content from the specification with diagrams and information on slides Activities (using questions on powerpoint or questions on edexcel worksheets which are not included) A plenary activity (sum up, evaluate, exam question or match up words)
leadscienceguy11
Perspective

Perspective

Looking at perspective through the work of artists. This presentation includes one/two and three point perspective and also includes short clips on Brunelleschi that can be watched to enhance learning.
daldin
ART. GCSE ART Review Sheet. AQA and EdExcel

ART. GCSE ART Review Sheet. AQA and EdExcel

As students get close to the deadline for Component 1, it is important that their work is evaluated to ensure that the Assessment Objectives are covered as well as possible. This resource provides a structure for their own self analysis and teacher feedback. One sheet prompt students to consider how effectively they have covered the AOs and what else they need to do before the deadline. Another sheet provides a framework for teacher feedback under the four individual AOs. Provided as a Word document for complete editing freedom.
StartEducation
The Art of Georgia O'Keeffe - WebQuest / Internet Scavenger Hunt & Technology Art Activity

The Art of Georgia O'Keeffe - WebQuest / Internet Scavenger Hunt & Technology Art Activity

In this lesson, students learn fun facts about Georgia O’Keeffe and her art as they complete a WebQuest (Internet Scavenger Hunt) to answer questions about the topic. Then, they use that knowledge to create an art project of their own, using O’Keeffe’s style, in Microsoft Paint, 3D Paint, or one of these free Web 2.0 tools: SketchPad (https://sketch.io/sketchpad/) or SumoPaint (https://www.sumopaint.com/home/#app) that do not require download. A complete answer key is provided for the WebQuest for easy grading, along with resources for both teachers and students. The student questions are included in both a print version and a digital (editable) version to make it easy for students to complete the lesson digitally or on paper. Also included are tutorial links to assist students with the software for the art project. This lesson was designed for middle school (grades 6-8) but could be used in upper elementary as well. Files included: • Teacher & Student Resources • Fun Facts about Georgia O’Keeffe WebQuest Activity (print and Editable digital files included) • Fun Facts about Georgia O’Keeffe WebQuest Answer Key • Creating Art in Georgia O’Keeffe’s Style using a Choice of Software
innovationsintechnology
African Masks

African Masks

A presentation that focuses on the design of African masks highlighting key words that pupils can use to inform their own work. A resource made for KS2/3.
daldin
History of Masks

History of Masks

Intended for an audience of Yr 7 students. It is a lengthy presentation that explains why, how and where masks were created. Some lovely examples of various mask from around the world.
daldin
Careers in the  Creative Arts Industry

Careers in the Creative Arts Industry

This is aimed at students from Yr 9 - Yr 13. Great examples of people working within this industry which include examples of work and areas within the industry that haven't been explored before. The presentation answers the following questions. What are the creative arts industries? What creative careers are there? How much would you earn? Why is creativity important in business?
daldin
Around the World in 80 Days - Chapters 1 & 2

Around the World in 80 Days - Chapters 1 & 2

KS2 Project on Around the World in 80 Days Includes three lessons (approx 5-6 hours of content planned) Includes presentation PowerPoint on items of text and activities shown. Includes supporting resources to complete tasks outlined in the Power Point. Focuses on the first 2 chapters of the story to introduce it to the classes. Work on other chapters in the book will follow to lead to a set of planning for the study of the whole book. Work includes: maths/english (character profile venn diagram), computing (digital literacy), art (Edwin Landseer study activity) and geography (map work and information on England, London).
rebs89