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I am a design and technology teacher. I will be sharing my own personal resources I have made which makes my job easier by encouraging students to be independent.

I am a design and technology teacher. I will be sharing my own personal resources I have made which makes my job easier by encouraging students to be independent.
Wood joints - Finger Joint Step by Step - Full Lesson
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Wood joints - Finger Joint Step by Step - Full Lesson

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I have uploaded the full lesson for you that has a starter activity and plenary activity. Starter Activity Lesson Powerpoint Step by Step worksheets Equipment needed for this I have also included a worksheet I created for a wood joint lesson on Finger Joints to help students make their own sample. This really helped with their independence in the class. I have attached two powerpoints - one has the equipment you need for the lesson and the other is a 2 page step by step (the preview doesn’t show both pages but it is attached). I have uploaded the ppt versions so you can edit this yourself.
Textile Techniques - Marbling Lesson
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Textile Techniques - Marbling Lesson

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I have attached my whole lesson for the technique of Marbling. This technique can be done with both KS3 and KS4 students. I have attached the whole powerpoint that I use which has a Do Now activity, lesson objectives, contemporary examples of which designers have used marbling in their collection. It then has a slide that has all of the equipment you will need listed and health and saftey considerations. This powerpoint also has reflection questions and plenary questions at the end. I have also included a worksheet that students can complete after they have finished experimenting with the marbling techique. On this worksheet there is a a box asking them to write down the method of the technique and then reflect on their learning. The reflection questions are on the main lesson powerpoint,
Fastenings in Textiles Worksheets
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Fastenings in Textiles Worksheets

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Match up activity for students to identify different fastenings in textiles. It can be used as a Do Now or even as Home learning. I have uploaded the powerpoint so you can make changes to it as you wish.
Sewing a Zip step by step - Fastenings in Textiles
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Sewing a Zip step by step - Fastenings in Textiles

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I have created a step by step guideline in order to** create a centered zip/ letter box zip sample**. I have included a list of all of the equipment you would need too. This is a great way to get students to experiment with construction techniques in Textiles. All resources are on PowerPoint presentations so you can edit as you wish. I have also included step by step that is all one sheet too which you can give to each of the students to follow themselves. Great way to encourage independent learning.
Sewing a Button sample - step by step - Fastenings in Textiles
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Sewing a Button sample - step by step - Fastenings in Textiles

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I have created a step by step guideline in order to create a button hole sample. I have included a list of all of the equipment you would need too. This is a great way to get students to experiment with construction techniques in Textiles. All resources are on PowerPoint presentations so you can edit as you wish. I have also included step by step that is all one sheet too which you can give to each of the students to follow themselves. Great way to encourage independent learning.
Textile Techniques - Beading Lesson
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Textile Techniques - Beading Lesson

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I have attached a starter activity where I am encouraging students to recognise different bead types. This worked with my KS4 as they were then able to order exactly what type of bead they wanted for their final project as from this they knew the name of the beads they wanted. I have attached two versions of this starter, one in A4 and one in A5 size. There is a word bank at the bottom of the worksheet with the answers which students need to match up. The lesson powerpoint corresponds to this as the Do Now has the correct answers on. This powerpoint also has a contemporary examples of beading and a smalll step by step description of how to do it. Resources you would need for this lesson thread needle fabric beads/sequins embroidery hoop
NCFE - Craft - Success Criteria - Unit 1, 2 and 4
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NCFE - Craft - Success Criteria - Unit 1, 2 and 4

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I have broken down unit 1, 2 and 4 completely and created success criterias for each unit. Each success criteria corresponds to the assessment criteria set by NCFE and explains how to lay out the work, what needs to be incorporated, an example of what it should look like and even has sentence starters for differentiation. This resource i created helped me so much and it allowed students to work with more confidence and be able to move to and from each success criteria. I have also included a checklist for each of these units and more detailed differentiated questions that students will need to answer.
2D Design Tools
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2D Design Tools

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A worksheet that can be used as a Do Now activity testing the students on the names of the tools they use on this software. I have also included a powerpoint slide which goes over the answers - all have animations on them so they come up one by one. I go over the answers with the whole class and students can peer assess eachothers work. It is also a great way to recap and discuss the main tools they will need to be using in the lesson.
Fabric properties worksheets - Natural and Synthetic
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Fabric properties worksheets - Natural and Synthetic

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I have attached three activities for students to complete. The first one is a natural and synthetic fabric research into properties and uses. Research focusing on Synthetic fabrics. Research focusing on Natural fabrics. I have added the powerpoint and word doc versions so you can edit and amend as you wish. Both worksheets are adaptable to enable students to research all different types of materials and fabrics - you could change the focus on woven, knitted and bonded.
Aztec Applique - Step by Step
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Aztec Applique - Step by Step

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In this I have included two step by steps to create Aztec patterns on fabric using the technique of Applique. I have also included an equipment list, a moodboard, some examples of what you can create and the step by steps. All resources have been uploaded as powerpoints so you can amend and change details as you wish.
Textile Techniques - Tie Dye Lesson
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Textile Techniques - Tie Dye Lesson

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I have attached my whole lesson for the technique of Tie Dye. This technique can be done with both KS3 and KS4 students. I have attached the whole powerpoint that I use which has a Do Now activity, lesson objectives, contemporary examples of which designers have used Tie dye their collection. It then has a slide that has all of the equipment you will need listed and health and safety considerations. This powerpoint also has reflection questions and plenary questions at the end. I have also included a worksheet that students can complete after they have finished experimenting with the tie dye techique. On this worksheet there is a a box asking them to write down the equipment they used, the method of the technique and then to reflect on their learning. The reflection questions are on the main lesson powerpoint.