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I wanted to create a 'one stop shop' for all the Graphics and D&T projects that you D&T teachers out there need - Please get in touch if you need something and I will see if i can make it up for you! Stay safe, y'all!

I wanted to create a 'one stop shop' for all the Graphics and D&T projects that you D&T teachers out there need - Please get in touch if you need something and I will see if i can make it up for you! Stay safe, y'all!
D&T Evaluation Worksheets
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D&T Evaluation Worksheets

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D&T Evaluation Worksheets The reason behind these sheets: I was getting frustrated with how difficult it was to get students to ‘evaluate’, rather than ‘describe’, as they often did in the D&T project evaluations. The emphasis in these worksheets is to get the student thinking and explaining by answering questions about every stage of the ‘design and make’ process. This has helped them learn the meaning of evaluation through the process of asking reflective questions. Learning Outcomes: In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of: Clear success criteria to guide students on what constitutes a good outcome Evaluation questions for every part of a ‘design and make’ project, including research methods, Design Process, Mock ups/prototype stage, Manufacture process, CAD/CAM process, including testing and conclusion How to structure their response in complex sentences, using P.E.E., supported by using differentiated materials. Power point: The attractive and visual power point can be used on the white board and also printed as a worksheet, as can the question slide Power point Worksheets/categories: The worksheets are differentiated into two categories, so that students who have learning difficulties (LA) will not be overwhelmed and will have much more literacy support with sentence stems. The second category that caters to the middle and higher ability student has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Challenges’. I have left super challenges blank so a student can fill this in themselves to be more independent! In theory, one sheet could be used to support the other, or even used for lower school VS. upper school evaluations Please leave a positive review if this helped, thank you!
10.Graphic Design Render material texture
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10.Graphic Design Render material texture

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Power point: The high end, attractive and informative power point has detailed instructions and notes, step-by-step animations, with starter, main and plenary activities, as well as home learning included. A lesson plan is also included (MS Publisher file). Learning Outcomes: In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of: • Developing their drawing and visualising skills, increasing their ability to draw freehand more quickly and confidently. • 5 different major activities, including a Super challenge task. • The technique used for rendering a range of materials realistically, including; wood, concrete, metal, glass, rubber and plastic • In-depth knowledge of rendering wood, metal and glass, with step by step guidance on how to get a great outcome • How to create the illusion that an object is made from a particular material and describe how light falls on it. • Literacy: Students will also learn a wide range of subject specific key words Worksheets: The worksheets are differentiated into two categories: • ‘LA’ worksheets having additional support in terms of the outcomes as well as sentence stems, word banks, etc. • The second category of worksheet has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Super Challenges’.
2021 AQA Product design NEA Brief & Spec
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2021 AQA Product design NEA Brief & Spec

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2021 AQA Product design NEA Brief & Specification & Project management for Section A Worried about what to teach the Year 13 DT GCSE students in September 2020? This is the perfect resource to get them carrying on and enthused with a high quality power point, with relevant visuals and animations, as well as questions, techniques and directed tasks to get them finishing off Section A and really having a much better idea of how to carry on! I thoroughly researched this, coming up with a massive bank of relevant subject specific vocabulary/questions/processes/techniques for helping students to get top marks in this section. Learning outcomes: In this A-level coursework task, Students will gain an understanding of: How to plan, structure and complete a design brief that is relevant to their context, user and portfolio, guided by the mark scheme How to structure their Specification and the importance of basing this on prior research, to get the highest possible mark Highly detailed and searching questions to get students started on deep lines of inquiry in their specification – these questions are also designed to get them reflecting and improving on research that they have already undertaken. This could include: additional case studies, planning, life cycle and safety analysis. The importance of QA and QC and understanding how these are important in the NEA and the wider industry. A detailed discussion of 3 relevant Quality control processes that students really need to think about. Which Project management strategy out of four is best to use to go forward? Potential learning outcomes: Next 3 to 4 slides/pages of NEA / Length – 1-2 lessons (including student activity) Improvement and addition of information to the research section This is the second part of two units (so far) dealing with section A that can be recorded on power point or paper, Please look to the first resource below… https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-product-design-nea-section-a-12414616 and third resource here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-nea-product-design-primary-research-12422264 I hope these help you and your students succeed! Please add a positive review/some stars if you found this useful as this really helps; THANK YOU!
GRAPHIC DESIGN PROJECT YEAR 7 2020
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GRAPHIC DESIGN PROJECT YEAR 7 2020

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6 lesson ‘all in one’ prepared resource for graphic design lessons - included are: • Lesson 1: Draw Squares & circles freehand • Lesson 2: Draw in Oblique and Isometric projection • Lesson 3: Render 3-D forms using tone • Lesson 4: How to use colour and rendering in 3-D • Lesson 5: How to label and annotate a design • Lesson 6: Learn about flight, design and make a glider A fun and engaging project where students will learn the basic principles of design,explore imaginative and original ways of designing, then they will create an original graphic design product. The powerpoints have detailed step by step instructions and a great quantity of visual examples for a project that should take between 6 and 8 lessons and differentiated booklets that can be used by subject specialists and non-D&T teachers alike, perfect for cover work as well. If you found this resource useful, please leave a positive review :) Thanks
YEAR 8 GRAPHIC DESIGN PROJECT 2020
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YEAR 8 GRAPHIC DESIGN PROJECT 2020

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The rationale: As D&T teachers return to school, we need a sit down/non-tool based project to start the students off, due to the Coronavirus. This 6 x 1 hour lesson mini project is an ‘all in one’ prepared resource, containing lesson by lesson powerpoints and differentiated booklets that can be used by subject specialists and non-D&T teachers alike, perfect for cover work as well. The project ends with a sit down design and make lesson. Powerpoints: The project is driven by high end, attractive and informative power points, which have detailed instructions and notes, step-by-step animations, with starter, main and plenary activities, as well as home learning included. Learning Outcomes: This graphics project is aimed at Year 8 (12 year old) students, who will gain an understanding of how to: • Lesson 1: Draw in 1 point perspective • Lesson 2: Draw in 2 point perspective • Lesson 3: Draw in Isometric projection • Lesson 4: Rendering the textures of materials • Lesson 5: Creative Typography • Lesson 6: Design and make a learning aid (Clock for children) Project plan: A scheme of work is also included as a MS Publisher file. This explains the: learning outcomes, starter, main and plenary activities as well as resources required and homework. Booklets: The booklets are differentiated into two categories: • ‘LA’ Booklet having additional support in terms of the outcomes as well as sentence stems, word banks, etc. • The second category of booklet has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Super Challenges’.
2021 AQA Product design NEA Section A
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2021 AQA Product design NEA Section A

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Worried about what to teach the Year 13 DT GCSE students in 2020 - 2021? Students finding it hard to get started and follow the NEA structure at the beginning? This is the perfect resource to get them carrying on and enthused with a high quality power point, with relevant visuals and animations, as well as questions, techniques and directed tasks to get them finishing off Section A and really having a much better idea of how to carry on! This is tried, tested and the students had a very positive and studious response. Learning outcomes: In this Section A, NEA coursework task, Students will gain an understanding of: • The importance of a good rationale, a contextual challenge and design problems and opportunities, as well as designing with a client in mind • The importance of investigating using primary, secondary and client research, with extra information on client interviews and discussion of anthropometric, ergonomic and site specific research • Inspiration: Time to start doing designs – initial concepts. CAD can also be used. • Consider ongoing research throughout folder that will help an iterative design approach. Potential learning outcomes: Section A of NEA Can be used for 4-5 lessons (including student activity) Plenary activities for those students who might feel a bit overwhelmed and finding it difficult to start, included at end. This is one of my 3 part TES units dealing with the 2021 NEA. Please look to the resources here for a consistent follow on! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-nea-product-design-primary-research-12422264 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-product-design-nea-brief-and-spec-12421572 I hope these help you and your students succeed! Please add a positive review/some stars if you found this useful as this really helps; THANK YOU!
2021 AQA NEA Product Design Primary research
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2021 AQA NEA Product Design Primary research

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I have found that the Year 13 DT GCSE students need more direction in the research section and this needs to feed into their specification. Taking a more project management style approach so that everything is planned will hopefully guide students to be more independent in their own enquiry and result in far more meaningful outcomes for this section. I thoroughly researched this, coming up with a massive bank of relevant subject specific vocabulary/questions/processes/techniques for helping students to get top marks in this section. Learning outcomes: In this A-level coursework task, Students will gain an understanding of: How to plan, structure and complete (mainly primary) research in a timely manner How to structure research so that it links excellently to their Specification, to get the highest possible mark An outlined 3-step process to guide students to success in outlining, developing and planning their research independently. Far more detailed lines of enquiry using ACCESS FM+ that students can use. A discussion of two Project management strategies to use in planning research activities A detailed discussion of 3 relevant Quality control processes that students really need to think about. Potential learning outcomes: Improvement and addition of information to the research section This is the third part of two lessons (so far) dealing with section A that can be recorded on power point or paper, Pease look to the first resource here: 2021 AQA Product design NEA Section A https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-product-design-nea-section-a-12414616 2021 AQA Product design NEA Brief & Specification & Project management for Section A (this links really closely to this resource as it deals with similar themes.) https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-product-design-nea-brief-and-spec-12421572 I hope these help you and your students succeed! Please add a positive review/some stars if you found this useful as this really helps; THANK YOU!
Optical art pattern worksheet
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Optical art pattern worksheet

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Included is a demonstration source sheet and gridded worksheet for students to copy/come up with their own designs and repeat them. Ideal for cover work as well as lessons, This is suitable for lessons that include: Pattern generation (Textiles) Concept of tesselation (DT) Art (Optical art/history of art) Ceramics (tile art) If these were helpful - please be the first to leave a positive review thanks!
3.Graphic Design Rendering 3D forms tone
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3.Graphic Design Rendering 3D forms tone

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Power point: The high end, attractive and informative power point has detailed instructions and notes, step-by-step animations, with starter, main and plenary activities, as well as home learning included. A lesson plan is also included (MS Publisher file). Learning Outcomes: In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of: • What is the difference between shape and form? • To gain confidence in drawing and rendering, using light source, three tone shading and isometric projection. • How to draw combinations of these shapes to create a realistic three dimensional drawing. • Literacy: Students will also learn a range of subject specific key words Worksheets: The worksheets are differentiated into two categories: • ‘LA’ worksheets having additional support in terms of the outcomes as well as sentence stems, word banks, etc. • The second category of worksheet has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Super Challenges’.
11. Graphic Design: Creative Typography
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11. Graphic Design: Creative Typography

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Year 7 Graphics Lesson 1: Draw Squares & circles freehand – needs changing in the website Power point: The high end, attractive and informative power point has detailed instructions and notes, step-by-step animations, with starter, main and plenary activities, as well as home learning included. A lesson plan is also included (MS Publisher file). Learning Outcomes: In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of: • The history of typography • The key aspects of what goes into typeface, lettering, font, including serif, sans serif, spacing and kerning • How to use visual combinations to create creative and original typography • How to annotate an design, communicating design decisions and aesthetic. • How to develop an idea, improving and refining the design to make it better. • Literacy: Students will also learn a range of subject specific key words Worksheets: The worksheets are differentiated into two categories: • ‘LA’ worksheets having additional support in terms of the outcomes as well as sentence stems, word banks, etc. • The second category of worksheet has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Super Challenges’.
2021 AQA DT GCSE NEA Guide to Section C & D
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2021 AQA DT GCSE NEA Guide to Section C & D

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This is the perfect resource for remote learning. This will get students enthused, confident and carrying on independently, supported by a high quality power point, 1 and half hours of (private) YouTube tutorials, stunning visuals and animations, as well as relevant questions, techniques and directed tasks to get them finishing off Section C & D This is an extremely comprehensive resource that covers 2 units. Learning outcomes: How the mark scheme translates into chunked creative tasks, including: How to draw a really well annotated generated idea from section C, including scrap views and essential links back to Specification and Brief, discussing importance of clear annotation How to draw rectangular prisms and ellipses in isometric projection, with a strong emphasis on rendering realistic textures to communicate information on choice of materials How to go about the cardboard modelling aspect at home with recycled materials How to develop design ideas of multifunctional prototypes on sketch up free – also how to create separate components such as drawers and even door knobs How to draw orthographic projections of prototypes on sketch up free How to draw exploded wireframe views of prototypes on sketch up free How to draw cutting lists of prototypes on sketch up free and use MS Excel to create purchase lists How to research relevant materials (components covered above) using tables and inspiration for testing the properties of materials How to write a Manufacturing specification Potential learning outcomes: Next 4 - 5 slides/pages of NEA / Length – 4 - 5 lessons (including student activity) This is one of my 5 part TES units dealing with the 2021 GCSE NEA. Please look to the resources here for section A (first two), section B and a combination section C/D unit/power point as well as section E (which reflects the most recent changes to the marks scheme): https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-e-12494870 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-c-and-d-12477833 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-a-12395717 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-section-a-part-2-12401619 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-b-12417046 I hope these help you and your students succeed! Please add a positive review/some stars if you found this useful as this really helps; THANK YOU!
Isometric circles & ellipses work sheet
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Isometric circles & ellipses work sheet

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Printed as an ‘all in one’ worksheet, this will help students with teh concept of circles in perspective. These are ideal for lessons, cover work, home work or starter activities Including: • step by step activities on how to ‘translate’ circles to isometric ellipses • How to draw ellipses in isometric If you found this resource helpful, please leave positive comments, as this really helps. Thank you.
8. Graphic Design in 2 point perspective
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8. Graphic Design in 2 point perspective

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Power point: The high end, attractive and informative power point has detailed instructions and notes, step-by-step animations, with starter, main and plenary activities, as well as home learning included. A lesson plan is also included (MS Publisher file). Learning Outcomes: In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of: • What is two point perspective drawing? • How to create realistic perspective drawings, with 3 challenges including: basic cubes, letter shapes, to complex city street views • Literacy: Students will also learn a range of subject specific key words Worksheets: The worksheets are differentiated into two categories: • ‘LA’ worksheets having additional support in terms of the outcomes as well as sentence stems, word banks, etc. • The second category of worksheet has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Super Challenges’.
9. Graphic Design: Isometric projection
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9. Graphic Design: Isometric projection

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Power point: The high end, attractive and informative power point has detailed instructions and notes, step-by-step animations, with starter, main and plenary activities, as well as home learning included. A lesson plan is also included (MS Publisher file). Learning Outcomes: In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of: • Of what are different types of three dimensional projection and drawing? • Of how to draw isometric projection drawings, with 3 challenges including: basics shapes, more complex shapes, to a super challenge that is very hard! • Of how to use a good quality of line drawing shapes in Isometric projection • Of how to add three tone shading to make their 3-D drawings more realistic • Literacy: Students will also learn a range of subject specific key words Worksheets: The worksheets are differentiated into two categories: • ‘LA’ worksheets having additional support in terms of the outcomes as well as sentence stems, word banks, etc. • The second category of worksheet has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Super Challenges’.
2021 AQA DT GCSE NEA Guide to Section A
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2021 AQA DT GCSE NEA Guide to Section A

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Worried about what to teach the Year 11 DT GCSE students in September 2020? This is the perfect resource to get them started and enthused with a high quality power point, with 22 slides of relevant visuals and animations, as well as questions, techniques and directed tasks to get them off to a great start. In this start you back to school section A, GCSE coursework task, Students will learn about: Get guidance on the Non Examination Assessment structure and how best to start it The difference between preconceived ideas (design fixation) and a design idea that can be developed creatively Gain an insight and generate initial ideas about design problems, opportunities and possibilities To revisit the meaning and the value of anthropometrics and ergonomics and their importance in the client data collection for the NEA Potential learning outcomes: first two slides/pages of NEA Length - 2 lessons (including student activity) Plenary/homework questions included at end. This is the first part of two lessons dealing with section A that can be recorded on power point or paper UPDATE A second part dealing with investigation into the work of others, economic and social effects and guidance on how research informs the iterative process of the NEA has been drafted! Link here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-section-a-part-2-12401619 This is one of my 5 part TES units dealing with the 2021 GCSE NEA. Please look to the resources here for section A (first two), section B and a combination section C/D unit/power point as well as section E (which reflects the most recent changes to the marks scheme): https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-e-12494870 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-c-and-d-12477833 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-a-12395717 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-section-a-part-2-12401619 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-b-12417046 I hope these help you and your students succeed! Please add a positive review/some stars if you found this useful as this really helps; THANK YOU!
Van Gogh worksheet 2
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Van Gogh worksheet 2

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This is an artist worksheet, that includes analysis questions about Van Gogh’s Sunflowers - 1889. This is suitable for lesson, cover, home work or baseline assessment. On this all in one sheet, there are boxes for students to: copy and complete a Van Gogh image write their answers in, discussing the style and life of the artist Self/teacher assessment with WWW and EBI success criteria provided. If you found this resource helpful, please leave positive comments, as this really helps. Thank you.
YEAR 9 GRAPHIC DESIGN PROJECT 2020
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YEAR 9 GRAPHIC DESIGN PROJECT 2020

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The rationale: As D&T teachers return to school, we need a sit down/non-tool based project to start the students off, due to the Coronavirus. This 6 x 1 hour lesson mini project is an ‘all in one’ prepared resource, containing lesson by lesson powerpoints and differentiated booklets that can be used by subject specialists and non-D&T teachers alike, perfect for cover work as well. The project ends with a sit down design and make lesson. Powerpoints: The project is driven by high end, attractive and informative power points, which have detailed instructions and notes, step-by-step animations, with starter, main and plenary activities, as well as home learning included. Learning Outcomes: This graphics project is aimed at Year 9 (13 year old) students, who will gain an understanding of how to: • Lesson 1: Draw in 2 point perspective • Lesson 2: Adding cast shadows in 2 point perspective • Lesson 3: How to draw in Isometric P.2 • Lesson 4: 3rd angle orthographic translation from Isometric • Lesson 5: How to design branding, typography and colour • Lesson 6: Design and make a Point of Display using a NET Project plan: A scheme of work is also included as a MS Publisher file. This explains the: learning outcomes, starter, main and plenary activities as well as resources required and homework. Booklets: The booklets are differentiated into two categories: • ‘LA’ Booklet having additional support in terms of the outcomes as well as sentence stems, word banks, etc. • The second category of booklet has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Super Challenges’.
2021 AQA DT GCSE NEA Section A Part 2
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2021 AQA DT GCSE NEA Section A Part 2

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Worried about what to teach the Year 11 DT GCSE students in September 2020? This is the perfect resource to get them carrying on and enthused with a high quality power point, with relevant visuals and animations, as well as questions, techniques and directed tasks to get them finishing off Section A and really having a much better idea of how to carry on! I really researched the hard bits, including coming up with a massive word bank of relevant words for the social, environmental and economic aspect so that your students are going to fly into the top tier! Learning outcomes: In this part 2 of Section A, GCSE coursework task, Students will gain an understanding of: • The importance of investigating the work of others, whether this be based on similar products online, established designer’s solutions to a similar contextual challenge, or even some practical experimentation • Inspiration: Time to start doing designs – a minimum of 8 initial ideas/investigations for this section. CAD can also be used. • The importance and responsibility of designers knowing and producing products that are based on a good knowledge of: social, environmental and economic effects. • Consider ongoing research throughout folder that will help an iterative design approach. Potential learning outcomes: Second two slides/pages of NEA Length - 2 lessons (including student activity) Plenary questions included at end. This is the second part of two lessons dealing with section A that can be recorded on power point or paper, Pease look to the first resource here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-a-12395717 …to have a consistent beginning! This is one of my 5 part TES units dealing with the 2021 GCSE NEA. Please look to the resources here for section A (first two), section B and a combination section C/D unit/power point as well as section E (which reflects the most recent changes to the marks scheme): https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-e-12494870 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-c-and-d-12477833 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-a-12395717 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-section-a-part-2-12401619 https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/2021-aqa-dt-gcse-nea-guide-to-section-b-12417046 I hope these help you and your students succeed! Please add a positive review/some stars if you found this useful as this really helps; THANK YOU!
15.G design 3rd Orthographic translation
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15.G design 3rd Orthographic translation

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Power point: The high end, attractive and informative power point has detailed instructions and notes, step-by-step animations, with starter, main and plenary activities, as well as home learning included. A lesson plan is also included (MS Publisher file). Learning Outcomes: In this lesson, students will gain an understanding of: • STEM: Cross-curricular to Mathematics • How 3rd angle orthographic ‘translates’ into isometric projection? • Of how valuable this type of drawing and projection is in design and designers • What Notation of dimensions is in Engineering drawing, including leader line, extension lines, dimension figures, arrowheads, etc? • Three activities of how to ‘translation’ of orthographic and isometric projection can be used for architecture, illustrative typography and also for ‘reverse translation’ in the Super challenge task. • How to draw ellipses in isometric • Literacy: Students will also learn a range of subject specific key words Worksheets: The worksheets are differentiated into two categories: • ‘LA’ worksheets having additional support in terms of the outcomes as well as sentence stems, word banks, etc. • The second category of worksheet has differentiation in the form of more open ended tasks as well as ‘Super Challenges’.
D&T Road sign Cover work sheet
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D&T Road sign Cover work sheet

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Attached is a Word document: Learning objectives: Who is Margaret Calvert, what is a pictogram and what is important in a road sign? Learning Outcome: After learning about Margaret Calvert, students could consider what is the best, most simple and easy to understand pictograms to use for the following activities: • Wear a mask! • Child walk with adult • Use safety goggles • Slippery surface! • Don’t run! • No mobile phone in car! The students draw and annotate these. Please leave a positive review if you found helpful! I would really appreciate it!