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Resources in this store have been created for teachers in the areas of Design and Technology, Graphics, Technical drawing, Woodwork and Metalwork.

Resources in this store have been created for teachers in the areas of Design and Technology, Graphics, Technical drawing, Woodwork and Metalwork.
Pictorial Drawings Bundle
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Pictorial Drawings Bundle

9 Resources
This resource bundle is a collection of Orthogonal, Oblique and pictorial drawing exercises on the store.
Orthogonal Drawing Activities Bundle
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Orthogonal Drawing Activities Bundle

8 Resources
This resource is a collection of all the Orthogonal drawing activities available in this store. All worksheets can be incorporated into a Technical drawing class, graphics or Design and Technology lesson.
Design and Technology - From Concept to Solution (2nd edition)
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Design and Technology - From Concept to Solution (2nd edition)

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Design and Technology - From Concept to Solution is an eBook that has been written for Design and Technology students and teachers. It is filled with advice and tips designed to assist you in setting out your Design and Technology portfolio so that you cover all the essential areas of your design. The introductory chapters to the book provides advice on how to go about finding a problem to research and solve. Following this, the structure of the portfolio is looked at followed by chapters on each of the headings you should be addressing during the design and production of your major project and portfolio. It is vital that you to set out your information in a clear and logical way so the markers will find the information easily in the limited time they have to grade your work. With 67 pages packed with content including web links, examples of student work and interesting design concepts, “Design and Technology, from concept to solution” will be an invaluable tool for your H.S.C year. Chapters included About the Author Introduction The Major Design Project (MDP) Advice on Selecting a Possible Project Ideas General advice on how to set out your portfolio Major Design Project examination criteria Project Proposal and Management 1.1 Identification and Exploration of a Need 1.2 Areas of Investigation 1.3 Criteria to Evaluate Success 1.4 Action, Time and Finance Plan and their application Project Development and Realisation 2.2 Consideration of design factors relevant to the Major Design Project 2.3 Appropriate research and experimentation of materials, tools, techniques and testing of design solutions 2.4 Application of conclusions 2.5 Identification and justification of ideas and resources used 2.6 Use of communication and presentation techniques 2.7 Evidence and application of practical skills to produce a quality project Evaluation 3.1 Recording and application of evaluation procedures throughout the design project 3.2 Analysis and evaluation of functional and aesthetic aspects of design 3.3 Final evaluation with respect to the project’s impact on the individual, society and the environment 3.4 Relationship of the final product, system or environment to the project proposal Useful resources H.S.C Glossary Terms Student worksheets Bibliography and further reading
Basic Drawing Equipment
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Basic Drawing Equipment

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<p>Equipment used in Graphics. This is a worksheet for students to fill in a description of each drawing tool. I use this sheet in the early stages of year 9 and occasionally as a revision task for year 10 classes. The equipment is displayed and demonstrated to the class prior to them accessing the information website and completing the worksheet.</p>
Metalwork Cover lesson - Metalwork Battleship
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Metalwork Cover lesson - Metalwork Battleship

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This resources has been designed for use in the classroom to assist in presenting meaningful activities in the subject of Metalwork or Metal engineering. It has been formatted to allow for quick printing of individual lessons for emergency cover lessons when practical work cannot be completed due to teacher absence, unexpected unavailability of the workshop etc. This resource is a sample resource contained in the “Metalwork Emergency Theory Lessons for Busy Teachers” available on this site.