A selection of 9 resources that are suitable for Design Technology students from GCSE level onwards. This pack includes:
two sets of flash cards
need vs want
product life cycle
exercise sheet on product cycle.
This is a great pack to give as revision or to stick up around your classroom. All resources are available to buy individually.
A detailed overview of Curleys wife. This power point looks at key themes, key ideas and key quotes that students can use in an exam situation, The power point also includes a 7 step essay plan that is broken down and explained with references to quotes and ideas that can be used in each section. Great revision resource for students or could defintely be used as a full lesson presentation.
Three posters that would be ideal to introduce Isotopes and electric structure to students . Goes step by step to explain how to work out Mass number, Proton number and how to put an atom into its numeric format. Great for all secondary ages!
This exercise is to get your D.T students to look at a graph and to label it according to the product life cycle. This type of question is one that exam boards like to throw in to D.T exams once in a while so its well worth your students having a practice with this exercise.
This 26 page handbook is to inform education staff about a variety of different additional learning needs that secondary school pupils may have. This includes information on Pervasive Developmental Disorders & the Autistic spectrum, as well as going into detail on a number of different disorders including but not limited to ADHD, ADD, Asperge’s Syndrome and Anxiety Disorder. There are tips on how to work with each of these specific disorders within a classroom environment as well as general steps that you can take in your lessons to allow ALN children to perform at their maximum potential. Parts of this booklet would also be suitable to give to pupils as an informative resource. The information in this handbook has been researched from a number of online sources as well as from my personal experience of being a Learning Support Assistant since 2014 for children aged 11-18yrs.