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Design and Technology resources for A'Level, GCSE and Key Stage Three.
Look! Advanced Level Design and Technology new specification complete exam sample materials.
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Look! Advanced Level Design and Technology new specification complete exam sample materials.

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Take the stress out of preparing mock and assesment materials for your A Level classes in DT. Design and Technology new specification complete exam sample materials with mark scheme. completely new and original material. Together the exams run to 39 pages so are excellent value for money. Complete Design and Technology new specification 2019 A Level exam, with mark scheme. The papers are suitable for use with any exam board. AQA EDEXCEL OCR. Paper 1: Technical Principles. Paper 2: Design and making principles. Both exams include a mixture of short and long answer questions, using command terms. including mathematics based questions. The mark schemes contain detailed walk-throughs for these questions. Both papers include product analysis questions, which show a product that must be analysed. This covers a range of topics such as materials, design processes used, influence of design styles, technological developments or socio-economic, moral, ethical or environmental influences.
Hand tools
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Hand tools

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Marks have been left blank for you to allocate. Hint: take the class through one tool in lesson so that they feel they have made a start!
Rendering and Shading. Graphics skills, assembling primitives, rendering in colour, shade and tone.
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Rendering and Shading. Graphics skills, assembling primitives, rendering in colour, shade and tone.

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Hassle free, tested in the classroom, single use resource. Ideal for one lesson or a cover lesson, just print and go. No specialist needed, but read through the instructions to the class if you can. One sheet per student. Three versions of the worksheet are available two with guidelines and shading marks, for more scaffolding. Students apply different levels of shade and tone to a toy train. If done with attention to detail results can have a wow factor. Graphics skills. Rendering a toy train in colour, shade and tone based on an overhead light source. This activity demonstrates how more complex objects can be built up using primitives. If this was a great resource for you, please rate it or drop a comment to me if you have suggestions for improvement. Thanks!
Fish Fun!
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Fish Fun!

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This is a work book designed to accompany a practical project for year 7 or perhaps 8. It invloves cuting out fish shapes with a coping saw, drilling a 4mm hole (for the eye!) and inserting a piece of steel rod for magnetism. I am using 2 sheets glued together to reduce breakage. There is also an interlocking box which could be cut out of ply or MDF. And a rod with a magnet.
Pet Smart
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Pet Smart

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This is a mini graphics activity, which can be used as a test or discrete activity.
Mechanical bible teaching aid
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Mechanical bible teaching aid

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A complete booklet for a mechanical teaching aid. This has a biblical theme so is suitable for Christian or church schools. Constructive coments welcome, please email if you would like the Publisher original or TecSoft support files, Alex
Just go!
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Just go!

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This s a GCSE/A' level exam style question based on a camera. You could expand it to include some design ideas or CAD. I'm including the original full res. images in the publisher file - cause I'm a great guy :-/