6 lesson presentation for teaching drawing skills from scratch, up to complex isometric crating and rendering. Ideally used as a teacher led presentation guide, allied with demonstrations of each technique. Also useful as a set of homework tasks for pupils or simply independent learning and up-skilling of pupils drawing.
Technique for freehand straight lines and circles
* Basic shapes, More difficult shapes, Letters
* Basic shapes, Cutouts, Cylinders, Crating, Complex shapes
Thick & Thin Lines
* Acrylic, Wood, Glass, Metal
Each lesson includes: Timing guidance, Lesson Objectives, Plenaries, Starters, Explanation for each task and Visual examples of outcomes.
Template worksheet for any KS3 design project. Focusing on pupils reflection of themselves, their skills, learning and the evaluation and improvements of their project. Includes Success criteria for the task.
Step by step guide used for creating the pieces for a comb jointed box using Techsoft 2D Design, that can then be cut out using a laser cutter and constructed using wood glue. This will also work for other materials such as acrylic etc. Tutorial gives an exact size example but gives the principles for designing any size box. Ideal for KS3 pupils, but also useful for KS4 and KS5 pupils with no prior experience of the subject.
Resistant Materials design project for KS3 pupils aimed at raising pupil knowledge and skills of:
Joining wood and plastic using different methods
Product Analysis and testing
Material Rendering with pen and pencil
Production planning of materials and tools
Using templates for planning, testing and modeling
Lessons include: creating an inspiration board, research task for mobile phone dimensions, product analysis, research of joining methods and specification creation, Isometric drawing and rendering, creating a production plan, 2D template creation and modeling, manufacture, evaluation and testing.
Templates, worksheets, tutorials and examples of all tasks, plus SoW document. Each task includes success criteria for easy marking or peer assessment by teachers. Ideal for year 9 pupils or more advanced groups. Many of the resources and tasks are also applicable for year 10 Resistant Materials groups.
Step by step guide through Criterion 5 of the major project for new IGCSE Cambridge Resistant Materials syllabus (2018-2022).
Broken down into individual tasks including: Cutting List, Production Plan, and Orthographic Drawings
Each task, has a starter task, accompanying worksheet, previous high attaining examples and success criteria broken down into sub sections of 3 bands to aid pupil understanding. Can be used as a presentation for teachers or simply given to pupils as a guide book.
Tailored to Cambridge syllabus, but will work well with all GCSE Resistant Material courses.
Complete resource of theory tests for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Ideal as end of topic tests, exam revision tools, homeworks or for cover lessons.
Included is 8 separate tests and answer docs covering:
Metal Working and Forming
Machine & Cutting tools
Holding & Driving tools
Fittings, Adhesives, KD joints, Smart Materials
All are at least 20 min papers marked out of 20 or more. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including:
Identification of tools, materials and techniques from images provided
Drawing/completion of stated tools or joints
Reasoned explanation for use of tools, materials and methods.
2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper for each of the topics
Resistant Materials design project for KS3 pupils aimed at raising pupil knowledge of Art Deco style and the Pewter/Metal Casting process. Lessons and examples of metal rendering, mould design using Techsoft 2D Design and laser cutter. Lessons also focussing on retrospective project planning and evaluation against a specification. Templates, worksheets and examples of all tasks, plus SoW document.
Photoshop tutorial designed to take pupils through the design and creation of a Comic Book Cover. Ideal for ks# students from complete novices to more experienced users. Covers the use of layers, filters, blending options, magic wand tool and text effects. Characters JPEG images can be take of existing characters, produced using online creators or drawn and scanned to form the basis of the comic.
Incremental stage by stage posters showing development of a design presentation including Thick & Thin line, Wood render and Acrylic render. Four posters each showing a different design with development and explanation for each step. Ideal as classroom displays or teaching aids
Presentation about how to crate complex shapes or designs in an isometric view, building for basic to complex. Examples showing development of a design, presentation using black marker pens and annotation to fully explain and present idea
Theory test for GCSE Resistant Material pupils, suitable for all examining boards. Can also be used with KS3 if applicable. Ideal as an end of topic test, exam revision tool, homework or for a cover lesson.
20 min paper marked out of 20. All questions are either 1 or 2 mark and based on previous exam style questions including:
Identification of techniques from images provided
Drawing/completion of stated joints
Reasoned explanation for use of tools, materials and methods.
2 docs provided: 1 question paper, 1 answer paper.
Resistant Materials design project for KS3 pupils aimed at raising pupil knowledge of vacuum forming, mould creation and creation of Comb jointed boxes using 2D Design and Laser Cutter. Lessons include introduction to plastics and mould design, wood joint research tasks, creation of specifications, creation of comb joints using 2D Design and Laser Cutter, Planning sheets, box construction and hinges. Templates, worksheets, tutorials and examples of all tasks, plus SoW document. This is ideally used as a follow up to the Art Deco Jewellery project or can be run in conjunction with.
Worksheet for creating a 10 point specification for a jewellery box. Ideal as an introduction to any specification for KS3 pupils. Design brief is included and clear steps for how to structure an ideal specification point. Success criteria for the task and a fully completed example, which can be used as a teaching aid or marking guide.
Worksheet for Wood Joint Research and Ideal for any similar KS3 project working with the material. Pupils led research task involving comb joints, dowel joints, rebate joints and butt joints. Research can be through physical examples and testing or through internet and literary research. Simple structure which pupils can then use to argue the case for method of project construction. Can also be used for GCSE pupils. Includes a clear success criteria and guidelines for task.
Resistant Materials design project for KS3 pupils aimed at raising pupil knowledge of vacuum forming, mould creation and creation of Comb jointed boxes using 2D Design and Laser Cutter. Powerpoint includes objectives, outcomes, success criteria and tasks for 9 lessons with examples of work. This is ideally used as a follow up to the Art Deco Jewellery project.
Making Guide for producing an acoustic iPhone speaker out of natural wood or other similar resistant material. Speaker guide has specifics for iphone 4, 5 and 6, but dimensions can be easily customized to accommodate other models. could be completed as FPT or as an ECA. Focus on pupil cutting, drilling, sanding, finishing accuracy and use of jigs. Also incorporates use of 3D printing or lathe work. Can be used with KS3 pupils from year 7 to KS4 pupils and ideal for year 9. Included is a making guide for pupils and some guidance for teachers.
Resistant Materials design project for KS3 pupils aimed at raising pupil knowledge of Art Deco style and the Pewter Casting process. Powerpoint includes objectives, outcomes, success criteria and tasks for 8 lessons with examples of work.
Worksheet for Art Deco Jewellery Design Ideas with 3 Excellent examples with detailed annotation and metal rendering with graphite pencil. Success Criteria is also included, ideal for summative or peer assessment.
Two lesson presentation including:
How to identify key information needed for a user questionnaire
Useful question types and layout
Question types to avoid
Presentation of data
Common problems with analyzing data
Ideal for older KS4 GCSE or older KS3 pupils to guide the research of their design projects and better meet the needs of target market and individual users.
Worksheet and example for incremental development and documentation of designs. Including hand sketching, CAD, 3D printed testing and exemplary annotation.
Ideal as a resource for high achieving KS3 design students, GCSE design pupils or 16+.