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How to research products in Technology and Design
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How to research products in Technology and Design

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Powerpoint which explains how and why designers research current products on the market. A task is also provided on the the last slide. Key words for helping pupils research a product are also provided. Suitable for KS3 or GCSE students.
Ten ways to promote literacy in Technology and Design
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Ten ways to promote literacy in Technology and Design

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PowerPoint presentation demonstrating ten different ways to promote literacy in a Technology and Design classroom. The strategies offered are simple to prepare and easy to apply. Useful for induction or professional development.
Literacy Mat for Technology and Design
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Literacy Mat for Technology and Design

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Literacy mat for Technology and Design. This assists pupils with punctuation and key words used within Technology and Design. This is useful for pupils completing any written work for Technology and Design at KS3 and GCSE level.
Creating a basic iPhone on solid works
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Creating a basic iPhone on solid works

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This resource demonstrates how to create a basic iPhone on Solidworks. This resource includes images, instructions and a coversheet is provided for creating booklets which can be distributed to pupils. Suitable for GCSE and KS3 Level.
Annotation worksheets
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Annotation worksheets

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Annotation worksheets for Technology and Design. Each worksheet contains a different product with titled textboxes to guide pupils. Pupils can also practice rendering the product in the middle of the page. Suitable for KS3 / GCSE.
Pupil feedback sheet
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Pupil feedback sheet

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This is detailed feedback sheet for pupils. Can be applied to any subject area. Suitable for KS3 and GCSE.
How to annotate a product in Technology and Design
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How to annotate a product in Technology and Design

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This is a Powerpoint slide which gives pupils a guide on how to fully annotate a toy car. Relevant questions have been asked to help pupils research and write about key points on materials, machines etc. This could be applied to any product that needs to be annotated. (Useful for KS3 and GCSE level Technology and Design and Engineering classes)