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Year 7 and 8 - Sustainability of materials
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Year 7 and 8 - Sustainability of materials

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Learning objective: 1) Students to investigate the source of a range of materials, how they are processed for use and how they can be reused, recycled or disposed of. 2) Students to evaluate the environmental consequences of the use of these materials.
Market Pull and Technology Push
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Market Pull and Technology Push

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Learning objective: 1) Students to investigate the terms market pull and technology push. 2) Students to evaluate how market pull and technology pull influences the development of products.
Analysing Products - GCSE Design Technology: Product Design
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Analysing Products - GCSE Design Technology: Product Design

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Aims: Analyse and evaluate existing products, including those from professional designers Objectives: You must be able to analyse an existing product. You must be able to evaluate an existing product. You must be able apply product analysis skills to products from professional designers like James Dyson or Jonathan Ive.
GCSE REVISION: Plastics Manufacture, Metal Lathe Work and Tool Recognition
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GCSE REVISION: Plastics Manufacture, Metal Lathe Work and Tool Recognition

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The Big Picture: Students to investigate Plastics Manufacture including bottle manufacture, blow moulding, and vacuum forming using the focus educational software on plastics. Students to investigate Plastic memory using the strip heater in the form of a toothbrush holder mini project. Students to investigate Lathe work in particular the metal turning lathe Students to create a Tool Recognition Presentation (3-6 slides)
Year 10 Engineering Drawing Lesson
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Year 10 Engineering Drawing Lesson

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Aims: To interpret an Engineering drawing based on ‘stools’ Objectives: To recognise the characteristics of a third angle orthographic drawing To be able to produce a 3rd angle orthographic drawing with dimensional detail
Engineering - An Introduction
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Engineering - An Introduction

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An Introduction lesson to inspire learners to take up an engineering subject. Includes detailed lesson plan. Aims and Objectives: Students to investigate the meaning of the word engineering. Students to analyse the different job types within engineering. Students to evaluate an area of engineering – turbine/energy engineering in the form of a mini project.
Industrial Manufacture of Packaging
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Industrial Manufacture of Packaging

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Full lesson resource includes full PowerPoint presentation. 1) Students to investigate different types of packaging. 2) Students to analyse why different materials may be better for different items. 3) Students to compare the difference between die cutting and creasing, and learn about registration marks.
Electronic Tools CARD SORT
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Electronic Tools CARD SORT

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Instructions: 1)Electronic Tools CARD SORT activity. 2)Students to match the Electronic Tools image with it’s name, and with it’s characteristics. 3)Cut the cards around the dashed lines.
COSHH - Health and Safety
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COSHH - Health and Safety

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Learning Objectives: 1) Students to investigate the need for health and safety. 2) Students to apply the knowledge of COSHH to handle, use and store a variety of hazardous substances.
Sustainability of materials
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Sustainability of materials

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Learning objective: 1) Students to investigate the source of a range of materials, how they are processed for use and how they can be reused, recycled or disposed of. 2) Students to evaluate the environmental consequences of the use of these materials.