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A wide range of Design and Technology (including the New Specification 2017) and Food & Nutrition resources. I hope to save you hours and hours of prep time :) I teach Fashion & Textiles KS3 and KS4 and previously Food & Nutrition KS4 here in Wales (WJEC) and the majority of my resources are designed specifically for these areas however some of my resources can be used across all DT. I'd gladly welcome some feedback and if you see any errors please do let me know!

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A wide range of Design and Technology (including the New Specification 2017) and Food & Nutrition resources. I hope to save you hours and hours of prep time :) I teach Fashion & Textiles KS3 and KS4 and previously Food & Nutrition KS4 here in Wales (WJEC) and the majority of my resources are designed specifically for these areas however some of my resources can be used across all DT. I'd gladly welcome some feedback and if you see any errors please do let me know!
Sustainable Design Eco Toy Project Pupil Workbook Teacher PowerPoint Exam SoW Complete Package
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Sustainable Design Eco Toy Project Pupil Workbook Teacher PowerPoint Exam SoW Complete Package

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This is a new Eco Stuffed Toy project which has been updated for both the new Donaldson curriculum in Wales and to prepare pupils for the new D&T GCSE from 2017. It contains EVERYTHING you need to teach your upper KS3 pupils how to design and make an eco stuffed toy including covering sustainablility concerns such as environmental and ethical issues including the Sustainable Development Goals. The brief: “You have been asked to design and manufacture a small stuffed character toy designed for your choice of target market. The aim of the project is to design a sustainable product using at least 25% recycled or eco materials.” It has been created for a full 20 week project but could be reduced for shorter rotations or even extended due to the extra activities at the end. It also includes images of handouts to be printed for the pupils and links and QR codes to several supporting informative and instructional videos created by myself as part of my sustainable fashion organisation SustFashWales. These are available on YouTube and the link has been provided. This package contains the 28 page pupil workbook (both .doc and .pdf), supporting teacher PowerPoint (which has many extra activities such as printing, dyeing etc at the end), examination paper (both .doc and .pdf) and both a simple and detailed SoW. WORKBOOK CONTENTS: Health & Safety: Page 2 Project Overview & Aims: Page 3 Keywords & Spelling Sheet: Page 4 Key Tools & Equipment: Page 5 Sewing Machine Intro: Page 6 Hand Sewing Intro & Guide: Page 7 Initial Ideas Lotus Diagram: Page 8 Product Analysis: Page 9 Customer Needs/Wants & Profile: Page 10 Ethical Issues in Fashion & Textiles: Page 11 Environmental Issues in Fashion & Textiles: Page 12 Factors & Challenges Mind Map: Page 13 Fabrics – Natural & Synthetic: Page 14 Fabric Construction & DIRT/Assessment 1: Page 15 Design Brief & ACCESS FM Specification: Page 16 Initial Design: Page 17 SCAMPER – Design Iteration: Pages 18/19 Testing Applique & Flow Chart: Pages 20/21 Testing Buttons & Flow Chart: Pages 22/23 Technical Pattern: Page 24 How To Sewing Video QR Links: Page 25 Evaluation: Page 26/27 Final DIRT/Assessment: Page 28 NOTE: The PowerPoint presentation is fully editable and you can edit my name out of it or add remove pictures and slides etc. The workbook and exam are fully editable in word but due to different operating systems these the layout may change so I have included a pdf version of each.
SustFashWales: The Main Issues of Global Fashion and Textiles Manufacture Sustainable Sustainability
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SustFashWales: The Main Issues of Global Fashion and Textiles Manufacture Sustainable Sustainability

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A short 2 minute video I created for SustFashwales about the main issues of global manufacture in the fashion industry. This is Part 1 of a series of videos learning about the often hidden issues and problems of the global fashion industry. The video was created using Animaker and iMovie. It links perfectly with a recent blog I wrote for Friends of the Earth Cymru: https://www.foe.cymru/clothes-how-bad… I have lots of other videos I’ve created to people to have for free. They are perfect for teachers to use in their classroom or those wanting to learn new skills such as using a sewing machine, threading/using hand needles, hand sewing stitches, sewing applique and buttons all with the aim of fixing your own clothes to save you money and also save the planet too! I also have other videos all about the many issues and solutions of the fashion industry! Subscribe to see them as they are added! If you are a teacher/lecturer get in touch and I will send you links to free copies to use in your own classroom/workshops! . . #SustFashWales was created by myself, Helen O’Sullivan (nee Ball) and I have a long passion for sustainability and transparency within the tangled web that is the fashion industry supply chain. The need for a more accessible sustainable fashion industry has never been greater, as one of the most polluting industries in the world and one that affects us all through the clothes we wear. As consumers we often have no idea how much power we have to make a difference in such a huge perplexing global economy. By doing little things like learning where your clothes and accessories come from, who makes them and then using this to make more responsible choices, we have the ability to make great change! I have been campaigning for over 15 years for a sustainable fashion industry and in addition to my own work as a teacher and a bridal designer I have also supported various causes such as Fashion Revolution, Ethical Fashion Forum etc. However, I recognise the need for a source of information for those in Wales….SustFashWales! http://www.SustFashWales.org
WHOLE THEORY YEAR! WJEC GCSE Design Technology New Spec - Pupil workbooks & presentations!
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WHOLE THEORY YEAR! WJEC GCSE Design Technology New Spec - Pupil workbooks & presentations!

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This is an EPIC bundle covering ALL of the Core and In-depth Knowledge for Fashion & Textiles and all of the Core knoweldge for Product Design and Engineering. It is worth £45.00 but am selling it for the bargain price of £15.00 for a limited time only!! It will cover a whole year of theory and some practical work too! It includes: CORE KNOWLEDGE 211 211A&B 34 page Pupil workbook 211A&B 46 slide Teacher presentation 211C&E 26 page Pupil workbook 211C&E 25 slide Teacher presentation 211D 14 page Pupil workbook 211D 4 slide Teacher Smart Colours presentation 211F Pupil handouts/activities/posters 211F 14 slide Teacher presentation INDEPTH KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS (F&T) 120 page pupil workbook covering 221A-J and 222A-D Y10 Timeplan See the resources individually or buy this bundle to save you a whole year worth of prep!
WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211D: Smart Materials Pupil Workbook & Smart Colours Pres New Design & Technology
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WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211D: Smart Materials Pupil Workbook & Smart Colours Pres New Design & Technology

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PUPIL WORKBOOK & SMART COLOURS PRESENTATION CONTENT: 2.1.1D: Smart Materials This 14 page pupil work book (both doc and pdf) supports can be used as a on screen presentation - I haven’t made a separate one as it’s a very short unit, but have included the Smart Colours presentation here for free to support those activities. It covers the WJEC New specification for Design and Technology from 2017 and would generally covers a couple of weeks or a half-term of theory including the practicals for smart colours and polymorph. The workbook has a couple of recap writing activities also and is fully editable. It is suitable for Product Design, Fashion and Textiles and Engineering. Contents Include: **The first section covers the Core Knowledge and Understanding 2.1.1D ** Shape Memory Alloys Polymorph Thermochromic Photochromic Micro-Encapsulation Biomimetics Microfibres Plus information on Technical Textiles (covering 2.1.2D) NOTE: The workbook is designed using the font “Century Gothic” and “Champion” and will be best viewed with these downloaded.
WJEC GCSE KS4 212 222 In depth Knowledge & In-depth Skills  Pupil Workbook New Design & Technology
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WJEC GCSE KS4 212 222 In depth Knowledge & In-depth Skills Pupil Workbook New Design & Technology

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This 120 page workbook is for the WJEC new specification for Fashion & Textiles. It has been designed to develop pupils in-depth knowledge and understanding (2.1.2 A-J) in design & technology while also covering the practical application of this knowledge which covers the in-depth skills (2.2.2 A-D). Just so you know, I have removed the school logo from the files. This will prepare pupils for designing and making their own products and also prepare them for the final NEA assessments/examination. It has many pages laid out to place everything from fabric swatches, construction samples and decorative techniques. It also has opportunities for pupils to complete several activities for the more theory based pages. There is also a page for assessment at the back of the book for each of the units 2.1.2 and 2.2.2. The book covers in depth Unit 2.1.2 A-J: A Page 4 - Natural, synthetic, blended and mixed fibres. B Page 28 - Woven and non- woven, and technical textiles. C Page 39 - Thermoforming and thermosetting polymers. D Page 42 - Modern and smart materials – This is not covered in here as it is already in the 2.1.1D unit. E Page 43 - The sources, origins, physical and working properties of materials, components and systems. F Page 48 - The ways in which the selection of materials or components is influenced by a range of factors such as functional, aesthetic, environmental, availability, cost, social, cultural and ethical. G Page 52 - Stock forms, types and sizes in order to calculate and determine the quantity of materials or components required. H Page 54 - Alternative processes that can be used to manufacture products to different scales of production. I Page 58 Construction: Page 64 - Specialist techniques and processes that can be used to shape, fabricate, construct and assemble a high quality prototype. J Page 81 - Appropriate surface treatments and finishes that can be applied for functional and aesthetic purposes. The book also gives an opportunity for pupils to demonstrate their practical application of the skills which covers the 2.2.2 unit. These units are: A - Select and work with appropriate materials and components in order to produce a prototype. B - Use appropriate and accurate marking out methods to create a specific outcome. C - Use specialist techniques and processes to shape, fabricate construct and assemble a high quality prototype, as appropriate to the materials and/or components being used. D - Use appropriate surface treatments and finishes for functional and aesthetic purposes. NOTE: I have uploaded the original Word document and a pdf should you have any formatting errors due to specialist font and different versions. If the workbook doesn’t display properly in word then you have the pdf to use instead. Please let me know if you have any issues and queries and i hope I have saved you many many hours of work! I’ve been working on this almost every day for many weeks!
WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211C&E: Energy Generation Social Footprint Pupil Workbook New Design & Technology
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WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211C&E: Energy Generation Social Footprint Pupil Workbook New Design & Technology

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PUPIL WORKBOOK CONTENT: 2.1.1 C: How Energy is Generated and Stored 2.1.1 E: Ecological and Social Footprints This 26 page vibrantly illustrated pupil work book supports my teacher PowerPoint (available separately or as part of a bundle). It covers the WJEC New specification for Design and Technology from 2017 and would generally covers a term of theory from September and October. The workbook has a range of activities from writing, matching, drawing etc. and is fully editable. It is suitable for Product Design, Fashion and Textiles and Engineering. Contents Include: **The first section covers the Core Knowledge and Understanding 2.1.1C ** Types of renewable and non-renewable energy sources including: wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, wood/biomass, wave, coal, gas, nuclear and oil. Issues surrounding the use of fossil fuels including coal, oil and gas. The advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy sources. The use of renewable energy sources in modern manufacturing production systems including the use of solar panels and wind turbines in manufacturing sites. Renewable energy sources for products including wind-up and photovoltaic cells. Energy generation and storage in a range of contexts including motor vehicles (e.g. petrol/diesel, electricity) and household products (e.g. battery, solar, mains electricity). **The second section covers the Core Knowledge and Understanding 2.1.1E ** Changing society’s view on waste and the ecological footprint. The Six Rs of sustainability: rethink, reuse, recycle, repair, reduce and refuse. Living in a greener world. Fair-trade policies. NOTE: The workbook is designed using the font “Century Gothic” and “Champion” and will be best viewed with these downloaded.
WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211 C&E: Energy Generation Social Footprint New Design & Technology Presentation
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WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211 C&E: Energy Generation Social Footprint New Design & Technology Presentation

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TEACHER PRESENTATION CONTENT: 2.1.1 C: How Energy is Generated and Stored 2.1.1 E: Ecological and Social Footprints This 25 slide vibrantly illustrated teacher PowerPoint supports the pupil work book (available separately or as part of a bundle). It covers the WJEC New specification for Design and Technology from 2017 and would generally covers over a half-term of theory from December and January or January and February. It is suitable for Product Design, Fashion and Textiles and Engineering. Contents Include: **The first section covers the Core Knowledge and Understanding 2.1.1C ** Types of renewable and non-renewable energy sources including: wind, solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, wood/biomass, wave, coal, gas, nuclear and oil. Issues surrounding the use of fossil fuels including coal, oil and gas. The advantages and disadvantages of renewable energy sources. The use of renewable energy sources in modern manufacturing production systems including the use of solar panels and wind turbines in manufacturing sites. Renewable energy sources for products including wind-up and photovoltaic cells. Energy generation and storage in a range of contexts including motor vehicles (e.g. petrol/diesel, electricity) and household products (e.g. battery, solar, mains electricity). **The second section covers the Core Knowledge and Understanding 2.1.1E ** Changing society’s view on waste and the ecological footprint. The Six Rs of sustainability: rethink, reuse, recycle, repair, reduce and refuse. Living in a greener world. Fair-trade policies. NOTE: The workbook is designed using the font “Century Gothic” and “Champion” and will be best viewed with these downloaded.
WJEC GCSE KS4 211F Work of Others Teacher Presentation & Activities Whole Unit New Fashion Textiles
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WJEC GCSE KS4 211F Work of Others Teacher Presentation & Activities Whole Unit New Fashion Textiles

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CONTENT: 2.1.1 F: Investigation and Analysis of the work of designers and professionals. This is a whole unit of work including a 14 slide illustrated teacher PowerPoint supporting a whole project in which pupils create their own profiles based on the WJEC designers and companies: * Stella McCartney * Orla Kiely * Laura Ashley It covers the WJEC New specification for Design and Technology from 2017, based on Fashion & Textiles and would generally cover half a term of theory E.G: November and December. Contents Include: Teacher Presentation: A3 digital poster of analysis tips A3 digital poster of Stella McCartney A3 digital poster of Orla Kiely A3 digital poster of Laura Ashley Designer/Company analysis handout activity Cover Image Example Designer/company Profile** Customer Profile/Target Market** Moodboard Example Images of final profile assembled The presentation is fully editable if you want to change anything. The A3 posters are also available to purchase separately. If you spot any errors please let me know and I will be happy to adpat. **These resources are on 1 single Word document. They can be printed as examples for pupils or shared with pupils to use as their own template, filling in the relevant info. There are key headings/sections to be considered.
GCSE Design & Technology New Specification WJEC Designer Profiles Investigate Analyse Work of Others
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GCSE Design & Technology New Specification WJEC Designer Profiles Investigate Analyse Work of Others

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This resource includes A3 display posters for each of the chosen designers/company selected by WJEC for the new GCSE Design & Technology in Fashion and Textiles. This is perfect for the section: 2.1.1 (f) - “Investigate and analyse the work of past and present professionals and companies in the area of design and technology in order to help inform their own ideas”. The posters include a range/collage of images of each designers work and also an overview of the designer and the influences etc: The designers/company include: Stella McCartney (designer) Orla Kiely (designer) Laura Ashley (company) There is also a poster I made to help pupils learn how to analyse and investigate rather than simply describing the work of others with lots of suggestions and tips. Although these are designed as posters they could also be used as a supporting lesson presentation as they are all landscape and can be viewed perfectly on a projector/whiteboard to help with your own lessons based on the work of other designers and professionals. I hope they help you. And any feedback/errors are welcome!
WJEC GCSE Design & Technology Year 10 Time Plan
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WJEC GCSE Design & Technology Year 10 Time Plan

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A simple and colourful timeplan of the entire Y10 of GCSE Design & Technology. Perfect for giving to students and to keep for your self to plan for the whole year. Also includes the the core module 2.1.1 and where they fit throughout the year. This can also be editing to add your own tailored projects and will work for Product Design, Fashion & Textiles and Engineering. This is also included in a bundle with the New and Emerging Technologies units and pupil workbook.
WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211 A&B New Emerging Technologies New Design & Technology Teacher Presentation
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WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211 A&B New Emerging Technologies New Design & Technology Teacher Presentation

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CONTENT: 2.1.1 A: Impact of New and Emerging Technologies 2.1.1 B: Critical Evaluation of New and Emerging Technologies This 46 slide vibrantly illustrated teacher PowerPoint supports the pupil work book (available separately or as part of a bundle). It covers the WJEC New specification for Design and Technology from 2017 and would generally covers a term of theory from September and October. It is suitable for Product Design, Fashion and Textiles and Engineering. Contents Include: The first section covers the Core Knowledge and Understanding 2.1.1A • The impact of new and emerging technologies on industry and enterprise: • market pull; • technology push; • consumer choice. • The Product Life Cycle. Introduction – researching, developing and then bringing a product to market; Growth – when sales are increasing; Maturity – sales are near their highest point; Decline – sales begin to fall. • Global production and its effects on culture and people. • Sustainability. Meeting today’s needs without compromising the needs of future generations. For example: the sourcing of materials, using sustainable resources, waste materials and CFCs. • Legislation to which products are subject. BSI (British Standards Institute) and ISO (International Standards Organisation). Their general roles/purpose, ISO numbers, the BSI kite mark and why as consumers these are important when purchasing products. • Consumer rights and protection for consumers when purchasing and using products. The basics of consumer rights, return policies, and the Trade Description Act. • Moral and ethical factors related to manufacturing products and the sale and use of products. Considering the needs of others in less developed countries and issues related to child labour, fair wage for a day’s work, companies exploiting underdeveloped countries for profit. • CAD/CAM the advantages and disadvantages of using Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacture (CAM). The last part of this PowerPoint offer activities to help pupils critically evaluate the importance of new and emerging technologies (plus sustainability and environmental issues) when designing and making products. NOTE: The workbook is designed using the font “Century Gothic” and “Champion” and will be best viewed with these downloaded.
WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211AB New Design & Technology Pupil Work Book New Emerging Technologies
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WJEC GCSE KS4 Core 211AB New Design & Technology Pupil Work Book New Emerging Technologies

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CONTENT: 2.1.1 A: Impact of New and Emerging Technologies 2.1.1 B: Critical Evaluation of New and Emerging Technologies This 34 page vibrantly illustrated pupil work book supports my teacher PowerPoint (available separately or as part of a bundle). It covers the WJEC New specification for Design and Technology from 2017 and would generally covers a term of theory from September and October. The workbook has a range of activities from writing, matching, drawing etc. and is fully editable. It is suitable for Product Design, Fashion and Textiles and Engineering. Contents Include: The first section covers the Core Knowledge and Understanding 2.1.1A • The impact of new and emerging technologies on industry and enterprise: • market pull; • technology push; • consumer choice. • The Product Life Cycle. Introduction – researching, developing and then bringing a product to market; Growth – when sales are increasing; Maturity – sales are near their highest point; Decline – sales begin to fall. • Global production and its effects on culture and people. • Sustainability. Meeting today’s needs without compromising the needs of future generations. For example: the sourcing of materials, using sustainable resources, waste materials and CFCs. • Legislation to which products are subject. BSI (British Standards Institute) and ISO (International Standards Organisation). Their general roles/purpose, ISO numbers, the BSI kite mark and why as consumers these are important when purchasing products. • Consumer rights and protection for consumers when purchasing and using products. The basics of consumer rights, return policies, and the Trade Description Act. • Moral and ethical factors related to manufacturing products and the sale and use of products. Considering the needs of others in less developed countries and issues related to child labour, fair wage for a day’s work, companies exploiting underdeveloped countries for profit. • CAD/CAM the advantages and disadvantages of using Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Computer Aided Manufacture (CAM). The last part of this workbook will help pupils critically evaluate the importance of new and emerging technologies (plus sustainability and environmental issues) when designing and making products. There is also space at the back of the book for additional notes and also assessment on the back cover. NOTE: The workbook is designed using the font “Century Gothic” and “Champion” and will be best viewed with these downloaded.
Eco Friendly Stuffed Toy: Complete package for KS3 Design & Make Stuffed Soft Toy Project PowerPoint - KS3 Textiles - Inc' PowerPoint & Video
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Eco Friendly Stuffed Toy: Complete package for KS3 Design & Make Stuffed Soft Toy Project PowerPoint - KS3 Textiles - Inc' PowerPoint & Video

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This is the complete Eco Stuffed Toy package with everything you need to teach your upper KS3 pupils how to design, make and pitch an eco stuffed toy. The brief: "I have been asked to make a stuffed toy in my choice of style, suitable for customers of my chosen charity, but using at least 25% recycled materials. To do this I must first write an ACCESS FM design specification, analyse similar products and research my theme." The project is assessed following a Dragon's Den style pitch at the end of the project. It was created for a full 20 week project but could be reduced for shorter rotations. It also includes images of handouts to be printed for the pupils. It includes: Health & Safety The Design Process Specification/ACCESS FM Product Analysis Moodboards Fabrics & Fastenings Excellent V's Poor Design Scheme of Work/Manufacture Plans Sustainability 6R's Supply Chain Transparency (Fashion Revolution) Sewing Machine Parts Activity CAD/CAM Applique Hand Sewing Stencil Print Block Print Tie-Dye Batik Seams Final Design Making Instructions Evaluation (7 slides) Dragon's Den Pitch Assessment (Home work and lines/detention slides) The supporting instructional video of how to assemble the toys is included as part of this bundle as is the final design template! NOTE: The PowerPoint presentation is fully editable and you can edit my name out of it or add remove pictures and slides etc.
Eco Stuffed Toy: Final Stuffed Soft Toy Design Template With Annotation Guide KS3 Textiles Handout
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Eco Stuffed Toy: Final Stuffed Soft Toy Design Template With Annotation Guide KS3 Textiles Handout

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A very useful template for creating the final designs of the eco-friendly stuffed toys, to help pupils know what to include on their final designs. The sheet also features also notes and guidance for pupil annotation and what they need to consider. This accompanies the full 20 week presentation but is also excellent as a cover lesson activity. This is also featured in a bundle which includes the full PowerPoint presentation and instructional video.
Instructional How To Video for Eco Friendly Stuffed Soft Toy Assembly
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Instructional How To Video for Eco Friendly Stuffed Soft Toy Assembly

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This is the video to support the full "Eco Toy" presentation. It features photos of each stage and written instructions. It includes differentiated instructions for both Sid & Nancy (Sid = difficult and Nancy = easy versions of toys). It can be played on a loop during the making lessons to help pupils stay on track with their projects and prevent you from doing multiple demonstrations each lesson and helping your pupils to think for themselves! Win win! It can also be purchased as part of the Eco Friendly Stuffed Toy bundle.
Eco Toy: Design & Make Stuffed Toy Project PowerPoint - Upper KS3 Textiles
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Eco Toy: Design & Make Stuffed Toy Project PowerPoint - Upper KS3 Textiles

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This is an incredibly comprehensive PowerPoint Presentation including everything you need to teach your upper KS3 pupils how to design and make an eco-friendly stuffed toy. This was inspired by a group of very talented previous pupils. The brief: "I have been asked by the Environment Agency to design and make a stuffed toy in my choice of style, suitable for customers of my chosen charity, but using at least 25% recycled materials. To do this I must first write an ACCESS FM design specification, analyse similar products and research my theme." The project is assessed following a Dragon's Den style pitch at the end of the project. It was created for a full 20 week project but could be reduced for shorter rotations. It also includes images of handouts to be printed for the pupils. It includes: Health & Safety The Design Process Specification/ACCESS FM Product Analysis Moodboards Fabrics & Fastenings Excellent V's Poor Design Scheme of Work/Manufacture Plans Sustainability 6R's Supply Chain Transparency (Fashion Revolution) Sewing Machine Parts Activity CAD/CAM Applique Hand Sewing Stencil Print Block Print Tie-Dye Batik Seams Final Design Making Instructions Evaluation (7 slides) Dragon's Den Pitch Assessment (Home work and lines/detention slides) You can also buy the supporting instructional video of how to assemble the toys separately or as part of a bundle in my shop! NOTE: This is the fully editable PowerPoint presentation and you can edit my name out of it or add remove pictures and slides etc.