A set of eight do it now or though the door tasks. These start with more simple tasks and increase in complexity. suitable for starter activities for KS3 or KS4 design and technology lessons. Seven of these have YouTube tutorials showing simply how to do each one. Watching these clips which are 3-5 minute are great as a settler at the start of a lesson. used over a few weeks will build students skills in isometric drawing. these could also be used as a home learning task with the Youtube clip posted into a virtual classroom. I use the TNT isometric as a bonus work.
Zentangle homework KS3 art Three KS3 art homeworks for KS3 art or graphics. three homework tasks on 3 A4 sheets all based on mark making using Zentangle images. these are all supported with a YouTube clip to explain each one to students. these could also be used as cover work as the clips expain clearly how to tackle each task
This sheet covers the use of standard components for GCSE Design and Technology . It is supported by a 5 minute YouTube clip. the clip explains standard components an their use . Was created for AQA D&T but standard components feature in the other D&T Specifications also. Youtube clip mentions slowing of globaliation post covid. this may also be used for AS product Design. For more information see my YouTube channel Mr Ridley’s Design and Technology.YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNQDdtRMaLk&t=5s
KD fittings and Knock down Furniture for GCSE Design and Technology . An A3 worksheet covering this subject and an A5 learning review sheet. This is linked to two 5 minute YouTube clip on my Channel Mr Ridley’s Design and Technology, one clip covers the worksheet and the other covers the learning review. This is for KS4 GCSE D&T. It could also be used as an introduction to the subject for KS5 product Design students.
Lean manufacturing and Jit for GCSE Design and Technology. This includes an A3 student worksheet, an A5 learning review sheet with GCSE style questions on lean manufacturing and JiT. There is also a link to a 5 min Youtube Clip on my Channel "Mr Ridley’s Design and Technology. In addition there is a 5 min walkthrough of the learning review on Youtube.
Four A3 sheets I created to cover Orthographic Drawing and exploded drawing for GCSE. These sheets should cover the basics that would be useful for student’s GCSE D&T coursework and also the exam. There are three lesson sheets and a Homework. all of the sheets have supporting Youtube tutorials. These are available at Mr Ridley’s Design and Technology Youtube channel. For the second sheet there is the choice of a set of instructional clips or a simple overview clip these could be used for distance learning or a cover lesson.
A set of seven lesson starters based around orthographic drawing. These are supported by YouTube clips of about five minutes. Use these to introduce Orthographic Drawing principles, as standalone starters or as part of a graphics project. These are three to an A4 sheet, they are great for settling a class quickly and moving on to a main part of a lesson. YouTube clips are available at Mr Ridley’s Design and Technology YouTube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6G7ICSI8N4fHJq5YK3Pd6g?view_as=subscriber
This is a pack of Learning check question sheets covering a range of Design Technology subjects. There are three or four GCSE style questions on a sheet and the sheets are arranged two to an A4 sheet making each learning check A5 size. There are 7 different sheets covering, manufactured boards, scales of production, lean manufacturing, wood and metal tools. Each of the learning checks has its own walkthrough on my YouTube channel "Mr Ridley’s Design and Technology. These can be used as a lesson starter or as a learning or progress check.
Four sheets covering hand tools for metal and hand tools for wood . There are two worksheets and two learning checks which can be used later. These sheets are supported by walkthoughts of some of the questions on my YouTube channel.
A pack covering Wood and manufactured Boards for GCSE D&T This consists of two A3 worksheets and two Learning checks sheets. These sheets can be used with the revision Clips on my YouTube Channel. There are also Question walk-thoughs for the learning check questions and some of the worksheets. These could be used in KS4 D&T lessons and would be suitable for online learning. YouTube: Mr Ridley’s Design and Technology. Mr Ridley’s RMT revision.
A set of A3 worksheets to guide student through the step by step process of creating 3rd angle orthographic drawings. these sheets are supported by dedicated Youtube clips showing each stage of producing these drawings. The worksheets together with the video clips will allow all students to produce high quality outcomes. A suggested model would be to set watching the YouTube clip as homework and use the worksheets as prompts in the lesson where students can use the CAD software.
Here is a drawing exercise for GCSE D&T or Engineering. there are three tasks on the sheet that are based around creating Orthographic drawing from Isometric CAD images. This kind of task is common in GCSE exam papers. this sheet could be used as part of a drawing lesson or as cover work or a home learning task. There are explanations of similar tasks on my YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAVXNGd_MLE&t=204s
Three sheets to assist students in compiling information to then produce the Design Brief & Specification sheet for their GCSE NEA. I use these over a couple of lessons to allow students to gather the information to produce a high quality Specification and Design Brief nea sheet. The various exam boards do not allow providing frameworks for writing, however, I personally feel that if these are not given to students electronically but write on these sheets as they research in each area then use the booklet to compile the NEA sheets in their own style.
This sheet provides a net or development for students to create a small functional Cupcake box. This can be used as part of a food or graphics lesson or a food lesson. The sheet is A3 size and can be copied onto white card, this gives a good size to actually hold a Single Cupcake. We have used this in a multi part food lesson in which students can design and make a package and a food product. The sheet gives details of the relevant food packaging information requirements. There is a Youtube Clip On my channel “ Mr Ridley Design and Technology” showing how to assemble the Cupcake box. Using a Youtube clip this could be used as cover or home learning.
This sheet provides a net or development for students to create a small functional pizza box. This can be used as part of a food or graphics lesson or a food lesson. The sheet is A3 size and can be copied onto white card, this gives a good size to actually hold a mini pizza. We have used this in a multi part food lesson in which students can design and make a package and a food product. The sheet gives details of the relevant food packaging information requirements. There is a Youtube Clip On my channel “ Mr Ridley Design and Technology” showing how to assemble the pizza box. Using a Youtube clip this could be used as cover or home learning.