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KS3 Textiles and Art & Design, GCSE Textiles Schemes of Work and resources.

KS3 Textiles and Art & Design, GCSE Textiles Schemes of Work and resources.
Year 8-9 Textiles Scheme of Work - Self-Image Doll
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Year 8-9 Textiles Scheme of Work - Self-Image Doll

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Year 8-9 Textiles Scheme of Work on creating a doll based on the students own image. This scheme of work was created to challenged the students and get them to see themselves in a positive way. List of the lesson objectives are below:  To understand what this textiles project is going to consists of.  To identify and understand the practical uses of common workshop equipment and components used in making textile products.  To understand the processes, application of a one-off design and how it effects production on a larger scale.  To demonstrate joining and finishing techniques, such as seams and hem finishing.  To understand the different types of fabrics and their properties.  To understand and demonstrate different uses of the design research.  To demonstrate decorative and normal stitch techniques in their work.  To be able to see themselves in a different light and have that reflected in their work and designs.  To build a sense of worth and self-confidence through self-expression.  To understand the health and safety within the working environment.  To demonstrate creative design skills and appropriate annotations.  To plan for the creation of their final design.  To be able to manufacture their final design or product to a good standard.  To be able to test and evaluate their final design or product.  To be able to peer assess in a mature manner.  To be able to self-assess in a reflective manner.
Year 7 Textiles - Finger Puppets
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Year 7 Textiles - Finger Puppets

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Year 7 Scheme of Work for Textiles. List of the lesson objectives are below:  To understand what this project is going to consists of.  To identify and understand the practical uses of common workshop equipment and components used in making textile products.  To demonstrate joining and finishing techniques, such as seams and hand stitching.  To understand how fabrics should be handled.  To understand and demonstrate different uses of the decorative stitching.  To understand the health and safety within the working environment.  To demonstrate creative design skills and appropriate annotations.  To be able to investigate and research appropriately and effectively.  To develop initial design ideas to hone in on a specific design and develop that further.  To plan for the creation of their final design.  To be able to manufacture their final design or product to a good standard.  To be able to test and evaluate their final design or product.  To be able to peer assess in a mature manner.  To be able to self-assess in a reflective manner.
Year 7-8 Scheme of Work - Monsters
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Year 7-8 Scheme of Work - Monsters

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Year 7-8 Scheme of Work for Textiles based on creating monster Dolls. List of the lesson objectives listed below:  To understand what this project is going to consists of.  To identify and understand the practical uses of common workshop equipment and components used in making textile products.  To understand the processes, application of scale of production and prototype product development.  To demonstrate joining and finishing techniques, such as seams and hem finishing.  To understand the different types of fabrics and their properties.  To understand and demonstrate different uses of the design research.  To demonstrate decorative and normal stitch techniques in their work.  To understand the health and safety within the working environment.  To demonstrate creative design skills and appropriate annotations.  To be able to investigate and research appropriately and effectively.  To develop initial design ideas to hone in on a specific design and develop that further.  To plan for the creation of their final design.  To be able to manufacture their final design or product to a good standard.  To be able to test and evaluate their final design or product.  To be able to peer assess in a mature manner.  To be able to self-assess in a reflective manner.
Fashion Design - Art & Design Scheme of Work
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Fashion Design - Art & Design Scheme of Work

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Scheme of work for Fashion Design within the Art & Design specification. Lesson objectives are listed below:  Develop the accuracy, individual style and detail of their illustrations.  Develop their understanding and use of quality of fabrics to give their work more precise purpose.  Develop their skills in the use and application of colour to create depth to illustrations.  Develop their knowledge of the work of designers.  Practice and develop their skills in the use of a pattern master.  Develop their understanding of clothing patterns.  Develop their skills in the use of creative and flattering lines.  Develop their knowledge of the fashion terminology.  Develop their skills in experimental use of fabrics.  Develop knowledge and understanding of fibres and fabrics.  Develop knowledge and demonstrate of the finishing techniques.  Develop their knowledge of the health and safety of working with certain equipment.  Develop their skills in creating toiles.  Develop knowledge and understanding of CAD and CAM.  Develop their understanding of the development and process of designing a personal response,  Develop their ability to select appropriately from the techniques learnt to produce work with the greatest level of success,  Develop knowledge of the history of fashion.  Produce a fit for purpose response to a brief.  Develop assessment skills for other and their self.  Develop skills in testing and evaluation their own work and final outcomes.  Develop the ability to select suitable descriptive language when assessing design work.  Develop an ability to make structurally sound final outcomes.  Develop understanding of the properties and restrictions of fabrics.  Develop knowledge and understanding of the wax resist technique as well as the ability to use it.  Develop their ability to manipulate media for a particular purpose and result.  Develop skills in the presentation of their work.  Use appropriate language to create a suitable response in contextual studies.  Develop knowledge of historical events that impacted fashion.  Develop understanding of why catwalk designers influence the high-street.  To be able to research and investigate appropriately.  To be able to demonstrate creative design skills.  Develop knowledge and understanding of appropriate annotation.  Develop public speaking and presentational skills.
Year 9 Textiles Short Project
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Year 9 Textiles Short Project

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Year 9 Textiles short project. Exploring and developing the following: Sustainability Product re-design Sample creation Evaluation Fashion Illustration Fashion Flat/Working/Spcicifaction Drawings
Understanding Weaving
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Understanding Weaving

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Powerpoint presentation on the construction of fabrics. Includes a paper activity at the end of the powerpoint for students to create thier own plain weave, out of paper. this help worksheet is also included in this download.