A selection of no screen challenges that you can share with your tutee’s. 18 different challenges for them to get involved with. Great for an weekend ‘mini’ project.
A one lesson activity to introduce one point perspective drawing. Include a PPT ( with videos) and a worksheet. One point perspective activity is creating the students name using the one point perspective method. PPT can be adapted to suit your needs.
An effective self assessment exam review sheet to be used with Y12 or Y13 for the A Level Fashion & Textiles course. Use this exam review sheet with your A Level students after Y12 end of year exams and after Y13 mock exams. This review sheet works well sat at the front of the students theory folder to ensure they refer back to their targets. This resource can be easily adapted to suit any mid-term assessments throughout the 2 year course.
A fun and exciting Textiles extra curricular activity - made in to a school wide competition. Get your KS3 Design Technology and Textiles students to engage in this creative and inspiring competition. A great way to promote DT and Textiles within the school environment.
A helpful resource to help your GCSE and A-Level students plan their time when revising. Each day is split in to 3 sessions, Morning, Afternoon & Evening with 4 x 45min revision slots. Each day should consist of x2 sessions with one session off e.g Morning & afternoon sessions with the evening off for r&r activities. An excellent frame work, which i have shared with all my KS4 &5 classes as well as with my tutees. This is the frame work that i used when revision for my own GCSE & A Level exams.
A design annotation frame to help students fully communicate their design ideas. Print to A3 in size and laminate for use - the student lay their A4 sketching page inside the annotation frame to aid them.
x5 Christmas design activities that all come with their own design specification and inspiration. Design your own: Christmas jumper Christmas Onesie Christmas Tree Decoration Christmas wrapping paper Christmas T-shirt Easy to print off and enlarge to A3
A PPT introducing students to a range of key Designers - perfect for KS3 ( Year9) and KS4 Design Technology. They include: Harry Beck Coco Chanel Marcel Breuer Sir Alec Issigonis Mary Quant Ettore Sottsass William Morris Philippe Starck Alexander McQueen Louis Comfort Tiffany Raymond Templier Charles Rennie Mackintosh Vivienne Westwood Aldo Rossi Includes x2 activites Students are to produce x2 designers case studies Students are to design a produced in the style of 2 chosen Designers
A skills lesson to help students understand the importance of development and how to develop their ideas quickly to a time limit. Taking a simple black dress Areas of developmental focus include: Skirt Shape Neckline Sleeve Pattern Colour Dress Included is a model template PPT is fully editable
The Power Point is based on an exam questions about Iconic Designs: It includes the question, what to include and a list of iconic designs It also provides information on what a Look Book is and how students can create their own. The main task is that students will create a ‘Look Book’ of a range of iconic designs - examples are included.
A power point suitable for both KS3 and KS4 looking at a range of Design Movements ARTS AND CRAFT ART NOUVEAU ART DECO DE STIJL (modernism) BAUHAUS (modernism) SURREALISM POSTMODERNISM MEMPHIS The Power point also includes x2 re:design activities A Perfume Bottle A Tote Bag And a homework task to create x 2 Design movements inspired Mood Board of the students choice.
A fun and engaging 2/3 lesson unit of work looking at how trainers are made, with research and a designing activity x2 Videos to watch ( link included at the bottom of each slide) Fabric Fact Sheet research moodboard/inspiration board Trainer design activity Students can work on the provided PPT’s to submit their work
This small unit of work looks at product analysis/existing products followed by a design activity. x2 power points are included where students are able to edit the document and submit work back to you. This unit of work can last up to 3 lesson ( 1 hour each) t. Assessment levels are included in each power points based on 1-9.
A one off lesson to building rending skills for Fashion and Textiles. Suitable for KS3/4 and A level A video tutorial shows you how to render x 4 fabrics Herringbone Gingham Plaid Tweed It is best to pause the video after each fabric rendering tutorial so students can carry it out. With follow on activities to help build the skills. The 2nd and 3rd slide of the presentation are printable worksheets for the students to use. Students will need access to marker pens and coloured pencils.
A fun and engaging small unit of work that can be taught alongside an existing project to get the students think about design generation using moodboards as inspiration. This small unit of work goes through what a mood board is, how you can create a moodboard and what they are used for. You are able to add in an additional slide for your students to create their own moodboards before carrying on the the design generation part of the lesson. Students are encourage to choose a product and a target market and use the moodboard provided to produce an A4 sheet of concept ideas and also choose one to present as a final design.
An introduction to Fashion Illustration, ideally suited to KS3. This resource can be used in one lesson or spread over two depending on the time you want to dedicate to it. Included in the powerpoint : An activity to turn an existing garment in to a fashion illustration A concept generation activity to create a new garment based on a set of design criteria.
A 4 page knowledge organiser for Woven fabrics - colour coded to help with revision and memory recall. Complete with a woven fabric revision mat.
A short, creative and fun project to create a pop up card to send via the post. This project will last around 2-3 lessons but can be adapted to make it longer if you wish
11 fibre property cards to be used with A level Fashion & Textiles students, Covering the 8 main fibre properties Absorbency Strength Elasticity Flamability Thermal qualities Lustre Handle Wash Care Included: A bonus card which explains what each of these properties mean. Fibres included: Cotton Linen Wool Silk Viscose Acetate Lyocell (Tencel) Polyamide (Nylon) Polyester Acrylic Elastomeric (Lycra) These cards go along side a theory Powerpoint with activites to teach fibres and their properties but make excellent revision cards.