Here is a lesson about company Identity and Logos, the aim is to get students to identify the difference between good and ineffective design. This lesson includes a logo quiz and some questions based on logo design.
Students design four words using typefaces or fonts that look like their meanings. Students just need a pencil, rubber and some colouring pencils. Aimed as KS3 or a little either side depending on the students. Good for a cover lesson, isolation work or a homework etc.
Full lesson that can be used for exam revision or observation. Contains a highly engaging presentation containing videos. The resource also contains a student worksheet, design activities and a graded example. Save yourself the workload
I created this resource for the delivery of the NCFE Level 1 Certificate in Art & Design (Unit 02). The activity is very interactive, encouraging the learners to cut out the various examples of the formal elements within art and graphic design and then match them up in the boxes with the names & definitions. There is also the answer sheet included, and this can be used as a display or laminated for reference in lessons. I have used this resource with young offenders and it proved highly successful. It can also be used as a recap to check learner understanding.
A fun and engaging project for students to create characters in the style of Graphic designer, Jon Burgerman. Student will explore imaginative and original ways of creating character designs, then they will create an original piece of work. The powerpoint has detailed step by step instructions and a great quantity of visual examples for a project that should take between 6 and 8 lessons. If you found this resource useful, please leave a positive review :) Thanks
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’.
This presentation showcases the work of Harry Beck, Jock Kinneir and Margaret Calvert. Hope you like, change as you wish and I'm more than happy to answer your questions about it.
All profit is donated yearly to charitable causesa and is only a reflection of the time and effort spent making the resources. Thank you. Graphic and Product Design project/module based around the design style of Wassily Kandinsky. Suitable for Year 7-9, ideally with use of 2D Design and laser cutter. This module is based around students ability to work with new materials, equipment and applications to produce a product. You will learn: How to research using different sources of information. How to use 2D design and a laser cutter. About the material they are working with (acrylic). Easy to differentiate, fully editable to suit department needs, come with all classroom PPT’s, worksheets, homework and scheme of work.
In this lesson students are introduced to graphic design, it’s forms (such as logos, posters, information design) and it’s importance in every day life. Also included is an instructional video to aid with class or remote teaching. The lesson also touches upon the fundamentals of graphic design: Line, Shape, Form, Texture and Balance. This scheme was designed for KS3 but could also be used with KS4 students. – If you enjoyed this project/scheme of work. Please visit my shop where there are a range of creative and engaging design and engineering projects. ↠This file may be zipped. Once downloaded right click the file and select ‘extract all’ to open. ↞ ✎Please note I am a UK seller and unless otherwise stated the product uses standard English. This should not affect the use of this product in other countries. ✎ ♥ After using this product please leave a rating and comment. ♦ If there are any issues with the product please contact me (via the Ask a Question tab) before leaving feedback. © DesignandEngineering
Presentations and activities covering the key designers for the AQA Graphic Products specification. Exam questions included to check students understanding of topics covered.
After testing this SOL in the first term I have created a work booklet which can last up to 17hours of lessons. The front page is blank for pupils to create their own front covers using skills they learn in the first lesson. Made using a mixture of my own and other TES resources. Enjoy!
This is a series of worksheets and information sheets that I have created for the boys I work with in the Young Offenders Institute. They are designed to be self-directed, but can also be used as part of classroom teaching. This is perfect for learners studying Graphic Design, Art, or Design & Technology, at KS3-KS4. This set: Info - Logos Task 04 - Logo Quiz Task 05 - Logo Rebrand Set 1 Task 01 - Colour Theory Info - Colour Theory Task 02 - Colour Schemes Set 2 Info - Visual Language & Visual Elements Task 03a - Visual Elements Task 03b - Visual elements Set 4 Info - Elena Gumeniuk Info - Peter Judson Task 06 - Trainer Design Set 5 Info - Graffiti & Tags Task 07 - Create a Personal Tag Example graffiti fonts to trace Inspiration sheet Set 6 Info - Memphis Design Task 08a - Memphis Style (with images to decorate) Task 08b - Memphis Style (stretch & challenge task) Set 7 Case Study - BAPE X2 pages Task 09a - BAPE Designs Task 09b - BAPE Designs (stretch & challenge task) This list is not exhaustive, I will be creating worksheets regularly and will update the list as and when. I have numbered the tasks to eventually collate them into a full booklet. I will be uploading the tasks and info in subjects (see above). Once I have created and uploaded them all I will create a bundle as well. I will also be creating a checklist so that as each sheet is completed, they can be ticked off. Feel free to contact me with any questions and feedback! I will be continually adding similar resources as I produce them. **I have uploaded these as PDFs due to the large file sizes and to avoid any of the elements moving on the designs. If you require an editable copy, please email me firstname.lastname@example.org **
Booklet for Controlled assessment KS4 PIN marking spaces,(Praise, Improvement, Next steps) - set into a milestone piece and then over all 'section&' mark and feedback box. Pupil tracker on the back with sheets listed Generic help and literacy pages Pupil friendly assessment criteria
Free, high-quality learning materials, including a Scheme of Work and lesson plans for Graphics/Product Design. Students complete a brief for promoting Fairtrade products in a supermarket and design and make a prototype in 2D or 3D. Whilst doing the project, students learn about the paper and print industry and have the opportunity to visit a paper mill or printer to help bring their learning to life. Mapped to examination board assessment criteria, PrintIT! provides excellent practice for GCSE and A level coursework.
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’.
Worried about what to teach the Year 12 DT A level students in September 2020? This is the perfect resource to get them started and enthused with a high quality power point (3 part lesson), with lots of visuals and animations, as well as questions that can stimulate conversation and help reconnect to prior knowledge. This will give students guidance of: • What is Product Design • The structure and the theory involved in the course • What equipment to get and what to expect – In other words, how best to start! • How to lay out work and take notes in lessons This tried and tested 1 - 2 hour lesson will result in an tangible written outcome of 10+ pages!, including: • Properties of materials – Mechanical and Physical • Classifications of the following materials: • Papers cards and boards • Timbers • Metals • Polymers • Biodegradable polymers • Composites • Smart materials • Modern materials • With a homework task • And start of next lesson Please add a positive review/some stars if you found this useful as this really helps; thank you!
Worksheet that is designed for students to create an understanding of different typography styles. Students can work independently through the worksheet. Tried and tested.
Sheets for students to research and fill in covering: Iconic product design Design movements Influential designers Design Companies Useful for a research and revision task. Used alongside the new GCSE D&T spec but also with KS3 and KS5.
An entire Design Technology term in one file… print off this booklet and your KS3 students can enjoy learning about Product Design, how to draw & render using 3D geometric forms, video game design, logo design & printmaking. Includes: -30 pages of engaging, challenging activities -Assessment Criteria -Extended writing task -Self & peer assessment checkpoints -Teacher feedback checkpoints -Assessments -Do Now tasks -Key vocabulary In a hurry? Need something now? Edit this to suit your school and you will be ready to go in a flash.
Great for KS3 Students and could also provide a starting point for GCSE students at the start of their course. Could be used in a project, for a cover lesson, homework/extension tasks. Includes 1x - Shoe-Trainer store design sheet 1x - Product branding and visual identity 1x Takeaway pizza design sheet Just print out and you are ready to go. Happy Teaching :-)
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’.