How to draw Isometric drawingsQuick View

How to draw Isometric drawings

Aims & Objectives: 1)To investigate Isometric Drawing and differentiate between Isometric and Oblique Drawings. 2)To create Isometric Drawings using the step-by-step process. 3)To create own Isometric Drawing of a given 3D object
Card Sort Activity BundleQuick View

Card Sort Activity Bundle

20 Card Sort Activities included as part of the Bundle. Covers all aspects of the GCSE (9-1) Design and Technology specification.
Electronic Tools CARD SORTQuick View

Electronic Tools CARD SORT

Instructions: 1)Electronic Tools CARD SORT activity. 2)Students to match the Electronic Tools image with it’s name, and with it’s characteristics. 3)Cut the cards around the dashed lines.
How do designers gather inspiration? BiomimicryQuick View

How do designers gather inspiration? Biomimicry

1) To investigate ‘Biomimicry’ in relation to designers gathering inspiration. 2) To analyse how the shape and design of nature is implemented into the design of products. 3)To create a design of a furniture (table or chair) based on ‘Biomimicry’.
Product AnalysisQuick View

Product Analysis

Learning objective: 1) Students to investigate what product analysis is. 2) Student to evaluate how product analysis is used to improve new products.
Packaging BundleQuick View

Packaging Bundle

Five lesson bundle on Packaging: 1) An Introduction to Packaging Graphics 2) Industrial Manufacture of Packaging 3) Packaging and materials: The Functions of Packaging 4) Product Marketing - The Power of Branding 5) Making Products Safe (Packaging)
Product Marketing – The Power of BrandingQuick View

Product Marketing – The Power of Branding

Full lesson resource includes full PowerPoint presentation. 1) Students to analyse the power of branding and it’s effect on different consumer groups. 2) Students to evaluate how products are marketed using a variety of techniques, including leaflets, flyers, point of sale, packaging and digital media.