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Create, Experiment, Build, Question and Learn. I am a specialist Product and Graphic Design Teacher, specialising in the Iterative process of designing, prototyping and evaluating. With a particular focus on entrepreneurship and making, rooted in real-world contexts and challenges. My mission is to plan and deliver creative, fun and engaging lessons for KS3, 4 and 5, ages 11-18.

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Create, Experiment, Build, Question and Learn. I am a specialist Product and Graphic Design Teacher, specialising in the Iterative process of designing, prototyping and evaluating. With a particular focus on entrepreneurship and making, rooted in real-world contexts and challenges. My mission is to plan and deliver creative, fun and engaging lessons for KS3, 4 and 5, ages 11-18.
Graphic Design Typography Advertising Project
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Graphic Design Typography Advertising Project

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A series of Graphic design lessons, where students are introduced to graphic design, typography and advertising. 1 Students are introduced to graphic design, personification and anthropomorphism through various questioning activities and a Pixar based exercise. Students learn how brands use personifciation effectively in advertising (M & M’s and Kellogg’s) before creating their own Pixa research page, demonstrating an understanding of the key words learnt; in a visual way. 2 In this second lesson, students are introduced to graphic design and typography through various questioning activities and videos. They are introduced to the illustrator (Paul Thurlby) and shown how he personifies type for commercial gain; through products and advertising. This then leads to students creating their own artist research page, demonstrating an understanding of the key words learnt; in a visual way. 3 In this third lesson, students are tasked with personifying a letter, so that collectively the class can create a personified typeface. This typeface will then be used in later lessons to form the text for a piece of ‘positive advertising’. 4 In this fourth lesson, students are tasked with personifying type to form the text for a piece of ‘positive advertising’. This is in response to an industry style, client brief by the NHS for their ‘Change 4 Life’ campaign. This lesson could be extended over several lessons. 5 In this fifth lesson, students are tasked with designing a promotional piggy bank. This is in response to an industry style, client brief by Halifax encouraging people save with them. This lesson could be extended over several lessons. 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
Passive Speaker Project
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Passive Speaker Project

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Pupils’ love being creative with this hands-on project. Lessons are differentiated with strong cross-curricular (Literacy, Science) links and clear success criteria linked to the GCSE specification. I have used plywood or MDF but this project but it could be adapted for other materials such as cardboard or HIPS. Also Included are diffirenciated resources and student/teacher examples. Students are introduced to biomimicry and the design brief; ‘Design and manufacture a passive speaker for a particular user inspired using biomimicry as inspiration’. Lessons cover: User-centered design Biomimicry Introduction to SOW Initial research of passive speakers (work of others) Generating ideas Peer assessment Final drawing and ACCESS FM specification Orthographic drawing Joinery skills Activities should be spread over 6-8 lessons (depending on practical). Students design; through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. We then cover some basic sketching techniques before leading to them sketching their initial ideas, which they must then justify, through annotation (clear success criteria). Students then peer assess each other work. Finally they create a final drawing of their design and justify with an access fm specification. 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). – ↠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
SketchUp CAD Modelling
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SketchUp CAD Modelling

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Pupils’ love being creative with this project. Lessons are differentiated with strong cross-curricular (Literacy, Geography, Science) links. Also Included are diffirenciated resources and teacher examples. In this fourth lesson in the scheme, students will continue the iterative, product design process. Students are tasked with realising their final drawing as a CAD model, using SketchUp software. Included is a 6, page step-by-step guide for students to follow (self-directed learning). Lesson consists of a starter> class discussions> main task (with guide) and plenary/review. Lesson should ideally be extended over several lessons. Also included is an additional starter that could be used in the next, subsequent lesson. If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons in my 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, from existing research/analysis, writing a specification, initial ideas, isometric drawing and CAD modelling.
Biomimicry Espresso Cup Design Project
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Biomimicry Espresso Cup Design Project

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**Pupils’ love being creative with this hands-on project where they ‘Design a series of contemporary interlocking (or complimenting) espresso cups based on biomimicry’. ** Lessons are differentiated with strong cross-curricular (Literacy, Science) links, whilst requiring very little resources; only paper and desired material (I have used Fimo clay but another material could be used instead, such as cardboard). Also Included are differentiated resources and student/teacher examples. L1 Students are introduced to biomimicry, ergonomics and the project brief. Students design; through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. We then cover some basic sketching techniques before leading to them sketching their initial ideas, which they must then justify, through annotation (clear success criteria). L2 In this second lesson, students recap biomimicry, and learn about the ACCESS FM system in product design and it’s importance in the design process. Students design; through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. We then cover some basic sketching techniques before leading to them sketching their final idea (isometrically), which they must then justify, through an ACCESS FM specification (clear success criteria). Lessons consists of ♦ starter ♦ class discussions ♦ main task ♦ peer assessment ♦ plenary ♦ Independent study (homework). Lesson is a double but could be extended over several lessons. – 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 L1 Students are introduced to biomimicry, ergonomics and the project brief; ‘Design a series of contemporary interlocking (or complimenting) espresso cups based on biomimicry’. Students design; through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. We then cover some basic sketching techniques before leading to them sketching their initial ideas, which they must then justify, through annotation (clear success criteria). L2 In this second lesson, students recap biomimicry, and learn about the ACCESS FM system in product design and it’s importance in the design process. Students design; through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. We then cover some basic sketching techniques before leading to them sketching their final idea (isometrically), which they must then justify, through an ACCESS FM specification (clear success criteria). Lessons consists of ♦ starter ♦ class discussions ♦ main task ♦ peer assessment ♦ plenary ♦ Independent study (homework). Lesson is a double but could be extended over several lessons. – 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
STEM Unit Scheme
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STEM Unit Scheme

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Pupils’ love being creative with this hands-on project.** In this unit, pupils will gain an understanding into Science, technology, engineering and maths and how each interrelate with a series of applied practical tasks.** Students familiarise themselves with the keywords then there is a design and make task, applying their understanding of the theory learnt, which can be done in a group or individually. All lessons have strong cross-curricular links, particularly with Science. There is also peer assessment with clear success criteria included. ♦ Starter Activity ♦ Class discussion/individual tasks ♦ Practicals Lessons are planned as doubles (90/120 minutes). 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
Water Bottle Design Project Ergonomics User
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Water Bottle Design Project Ergonomics User

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In this design project students are tasked with designing their own water bottle product for a particular user and client. The project covers the full iterative design process and acts an fantastic introduction to the iterative design process, which is an excellent scaffold for the NEA at KS4 or 5. Students cover important design technology theory through engaging and creative lessons that are linked to the specification. Also included are instructional videos to aid with the delivery of content. Foam modelling is only required at the end of the project so the project can be taught remotely or without the need for specialist classrooms or equipment. Lessons cover: Ergonomics and anthropometrics theory Ergonomics in manufacturing Identifying bad design Improving prodcuts ergonomics for different users User profiles and target markets Product analysis Understanding a brief Writing a specification (ACCESS FM) Sketching techniques Ideation techniques Perspective Drawing Orthographic Drawing Crating Prototyping/model making Evaluating (CAFEQUE) – 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
Frank Gehry & Form L1 Ideation Drawing
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Frank Gehry & Form L1 Ideation Drawing

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Pupils’ love being creative with this project. Lessons are differentiated with strong cross-curricular (Literacy, Geography, Science) links, whilst requiring very little resources (only paper, card and tape). Also Included is diffirenciated resources, and student/teacher examples. **In this lesson students will be introduced to the architect Frank Gehry. They will identify and demonstrate the key word ‘Form’ through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. Leading to drawing and modelling exercises. Culminating in a design brief led task; where they are tasked with designing their own gallery or museum, taking inspiration from Gehry’s creative process to form. ** Lesson consists of: ♦ Starter ♦ Class discussions ♦ Prep task ♦ Main task. Lesson could be extended over several lessons; particularly with the latter task. Also included is an instructional video to aid with delivery of content. If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons in my KS3 Architecture series (each lesson for each individual architect). In this unit, pupils will gain an understanding into what is architecture and identify the individual architectural styles and creative processes of varying architects (Le Corbusier, Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry and Daniel Libeskind), applying their understanding through 2D and 3D model-making. – 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
COVID Remote Graphic Design Lesson Pack
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COVID Remote Graphic Design Lesson Pack

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This is a collection of KS3 graphic design lessons that do not require the use of specialist equipment or computers. Allowing the work to be set remotely or to be taught in non-specialist classrooms. A series of Graphic design lessons, where students are introduced to graphic design, typography and advertising. Projects include: Brand Yourself Students design their own logo to brand themselves. Typography Students learn about personification in advertising and design their own typography and then posters in the style of the illustrator; Paul Thurlby. Typography Project: 1 Students are introduced to graphic design, personification and anthropomorphism through various questioning activities and a Pixar based exercise. Students learn how brands use personifciation effectively in advertising (M & M’s and Kellogg’s) before creating their own Pixa research page, demonstrating an understanding of the key words learnt; in a visual way. 2 In this second lesson, students are introduced to graphic design and typography through various questioning activities and videos. They are introduced to the illustrator (Paul Thurlby) and shown how he personifies type for commercial gain; through products and advertising. This then leads to students creating their own artist research page, demonstrating an understanding of the key words learnt; in a visual way. 3 In this third lesson, students are tasked with personifying a letter, so that collectively the class can create a personified typeface. This typeface will then be used in later lessons to form the text for a piece of ‘positive advertising’. 4 In this fourth lesson, students are tasked with personifying type to form the text for a piece of ‘positive advertising’. This is in response to an industry style, client brief by the NHS for their ‘Change 4 Life’ campaign. This lesson could be extended over several lessons. 5 In this fifth lesson, students are tasked with designing a promotional piggy bank. This is in response to an industry style, client brief by Halifax encouraging people save with them. This lesson could be extended over several lessons. This scheme was designed for KS3 but could also be used with KS4 students. Logo Design Project: 1 Students are introduced to logo design, their importance/significance, colour psychology, and the design process as a whole. Student then begin to sketch out their initial ideas for their own logo. Lesson consists of starter> class discussions> colour psychology (sorting) task> main task> plenary. 2 Students peer feedback on each others initial ideas and then continue to develop the design for their own logo. Lesson consists of starter> class discussions> peer feedback> main task> plenary. If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons of my ‘Brand Yourself’ graphics scheme. This scheme was designed for KS3 but could also be used with KS4 students.
SketchUp Introductory Lesson Plan - Graded OFSTED Outstanding
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SketchUp Introductory Lesson Plan - Graded OFSTED Outstanding

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A simple introduction to Google Sketchup. Pupils go through the basic features of the software with a differentiated hand-out to create a model toothbrush. This lesson observation was graded as 'outstanding'. The lesson consists of a starter activity, step-by-step instructions for each tool, clear assesment criteria and a review. Also included is a homework task and teacher example.
Biomimicry Espresso Cup Project  L2
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Biomimicry Espresso Cup Project L2

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Pupils’ love being creative with this hands-on project. Lessons are differentiated with strong cross-curricular (Literacy, Science) links, whilst requiring very little resources; only paper and desired material (I have used Fimo clay but another material could be used instead, such as cardboard). Also Included are diffirenciated resources and student/teacher examples. In this second lesson, students recap biomimicry, and learn about the ACCESS FM system in product design and it’s importance in the design process. Students design; through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. We then cover some basic sketching techniques before leading to them sketching their final idea (isometrically), which they must then justify, through an ACCESS FM specification (clear success criteria). Lesson consists of starter> class discussions> main task> peer assessment> plenary. Lesson is a double but could be extended over several 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, from initial ideas, final isometric sketching, writing a specification and clay model making (prototyping).
Frank Gehry & Form L2 Model Making
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Frank Gehry & Form L2 Model Making

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Pupils’ love being creative with this project. Lessons are differentiated with strong cross-curricular (Literacy, Geography, Science) links, whilst requiring very little resources (only paper, card and tape). Also Included is differentiated resources, and student/teacher examples. Students are introduced to the architect Frank Gehry. They will identify and demonstrate the key word ‘Form’ through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. Leading to drawing and modelling exercises. Culminating in a design brief led task; where they are tasked with designing their own gallery or museum, taking inspiration from Gehry’s creative process to form. Students then create a model from scrap cardboard, leading from their creative form drawings from the last Frank Gehry lesson. Lessons consists of: ♦ Starter ♦ Class discussions ♦ Prep task ♦ Main task. Lesson could be extended over several lessons; particularly with the latter task. If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons in my KS3 Architecture series (each lesson for each individual architect). In this unit, pupils will gain an understanding into what is architecture and identify the individual architectural styles and creative processes of varying architects (Le Corbusier, Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry and Daniel Libeskind), applying their understanding through 2D and 3D model-making. – 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
Cable Tidy Project
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Cable Tidy Project

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Pupils’ love being creative with this creative, hands-on project. Students are introduced to iterative design thinking through the process of defining a problem, testing and refining a design. I have used cardboard for prototyping then acrylic but this project could be adapted for other materials. Included are student/teacher examples and clear success criteria. Design Brief: Design an earphone cable tidy for Argos inspired by nature, using recycled plastics. Lessons cover: Defining a problem Understanding a design brief Initial sketches Prototyping and testing Scales of production (theory) CAD CAM (2d Design, TinkerCad, laser cutting) Activities should be spread over 6-8 lessons (depending on practical). 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). – ↠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
CAD CAM Automation Theory
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CAD CAM Automation Theory

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In this lesson, students learn about CAD, CAM and how it is changing industries such as product design, food and construction, linking to the GCSE Design Technology Specification. Students gain an understanding into automation using real life examples and videos. They then apply their understanding to design their own automated product. Please visit my shop where there is a range of design and technology theory lessons and creative projects all linked to the GCSE specification. – ↠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
Users and Target Market Design Theory
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Users and Target Market Design Theory

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In this lesson, students explore the various needs, wants, interests etc of a target market and how designs can use this information to influence their design decisions, then are given a specific target market to explore through a creative exercise. They then consolidate this information to present their findings to the rest of the class. This lesson can be used for KS3, 4 or 5 in a variety of lessons around the ideas of user-centred design and entrepreneurship. The only materials required are large sheets of paper and marker pens. Also included are 2 students examples.
Technological Push Market Pull Design Technology Theory
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Technological Push Market Pull Design Technology Theory

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This product design (design and technology) lesson introduces students to market pull and technology push as well as planned obsolescence, in line with assessment criteria for design technology specification criteria. Lesson consists of a starter, class discussion, relatable examples, videos (contextulisation), main activity and a homework design activity (consolidation activity). If you enjoyed this lesson, please see other product design theory lessons in my shop, that are all linked to Design Technology theory exam assessment criteria.
Internet of Things Smart Product Design
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Internet of Things Smart Product Design

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In this lesson, students are introduced to the ‘internet of things’ through class discussions and examples. They are then tasked with re-designing a given object both aesthetically and innovatively to form an ‘internet of things’ connected product for the 21st Century market. Work sheet includes success criteria, writing aid and peer assessment as well as annotation prompts. Student examples are also included. Introduction to ‘internet of things’, connected (smart) devices and the commodification of data. Design Task (work sheet included) Presentation Task (Dragons Den style) Peer Assessment – 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
Make Your Own Bio Plastics Workshops
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Make Your Own Bio Plastics Workshops

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Children or adults alike, love getting hands-on with this creative, fascinating exercise which can be run as a workshop and/or a lesson! Lesson covers plastic and sustainability theory which makes for several debatable topics: ♦ How are polymers produced/Where do they come from? ♦ What are the positives and negatives in production and logistics? ♦ What is the larger impact on the environment? The second part of the lesson students have the opportunity to Make their own Bio Plastics from a range of easily obtainable materials. This is a task that can be extended with the use of different moulds and additives to create a range of products and finishes. 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
Final and Isometric Drawing
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Final and Isometric Drawing

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Pupils’ love being creative with this project. Lessons are differentiated with strong cross-curricular (Literacy, Geography, Science) links, whilst requiring very little resources (only paper and product examples). Also Included are diffirenciated resources and teacher examples. In this third lesson, students will continue the iterative product design process. Students complete sketching their initial ideas after a warm-up drawing exercise. This then leads to an introduction to isometric drawing techniques through various individual drawing exercises. They then render their own chosen design as a final drawing in an isometric projection. Lesson consists of literacy starter> class discussions>prep task> main task. Lesson is a double but could be extended over several lessons. If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons in my 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, from existing research/analysis, writing a specification, initial ideas, isometric drawing and CAD modelling.
Product Analysis Problem Analysis Full Iterative Design Process L1
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Product Analysis Problem Analysis Full Iterative Design Process L1

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Pupils’ love being creative with this project. Lessons are differentiated with strong cross-curricular (Literacy, Geography, Science) links, whilst requiring very little resources (only paper and product examples). Also Included are diffirenciated resources and student/teacher examples. In this first lesson, students will be introduced to the iterative product design process. They will be briefly introduced to ‘what makes a good design?’ through Jonny Ive and Dieter Rams’ 10 principles of good design. This leads to a group ‘ranking task’ where they must rank and discuss varying design examples of a hair dryer product. They will conduct a piece of product analysis using the ACCESS FM system; through group tasks, individual tasks and class-discussions. Leading to a piece of problem analysis to help find a justified improvement or gap in the market place for their own product. Lesson consists of ranking activity> class discussions>prep task> main task(s). Lesson could be extended over several lessons. If you enjoyed this lesson, please see the other lessons in my 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, from existing research/analysis, writing a specification, initial ideas, isometric drawing and CAD modelling.
Product Design Technology Visual Starter
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Product Design Technology Visual Starter

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A visual starter for Product Design where students demonstrate their understanding of key words and/or it can be used to gauge prior understanding in the subject. Students can effectively differentiate and choose their own task or extension. Included is the original .ai file so that the resource can be adapted for different products/materials/key words etc. If you enjoyed this free resource, please kindly leave a review/rating.