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Models and Prototypes (Presenting Ideas)
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Models and Prototypes (Presenting Ideas)

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Learning objective: 1) Students to identify common modelling materials. 2) Students to investigate how models have been used to develop commercial products. 3) Students to formulate how to cut, shape and join common modelling materials.
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)
Years 7, 8, and 9 Project Booklets
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Years 7, 8, and 9 Project Booklets

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1) Year 7 Project Booklet - Earphones Tidy 2) Year 8 Project Booklet - Phone Cradle Stand with built in Bedside Lamp 3) Year 9 Project Booklet - Pewter Caster Jewellery
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.
The 6 Rs of Sustainabilty
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The 6 Rs of Sustainabilty

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Students are investigating the different aspects of Sustainability within Product Design. These will be done by paired, group, and individual work. This is a mixed ability class and will be working mixed ability groups.
Key Stage 3 Textile Technology: Developing your T-shirt design
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Key Stage 3 Textile Technology: Developing your T-shirt design

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The Big Picture: After students have completed their T-shirt design and evaluated their designs. They are now going to develop their chosen design idea into a final finished T-shirt idea. Aims & Objectives: To evaluate your four initial design ideas and use the outcomes to develop your final design ideas for your T-shirt.
Adhesives, Heat Treatment & Finishing Techniques (Industrial and Commercial Processes)
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Adhesives, Heat Treatment & Finishing Techniques (Industrial and Commercial Processes)

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3 Lessons: Students to analyse how to use various adhesives and the preparations involved. Students to distinguish the advantages and disadvantages of adhesives. Students to analyse how to use various heat treatments to alter the properties of metals and the preparations involved. Students to distinguish the advantages and disadvantages of heat treatment. Students to analyse how to use various finishes to improve the performance, quality and appearance of manufactured products. Students to distinguish the advantages and disadvantages of finishing techniques.
Composites, Smart and Modern Materials
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Composites, Smart and Modern Materials

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Students to investigate the characteristics and uses of different types of composite materials. Students to identify a number of smart materials, and evaluate their reactive capability and uses. Students to investigate nanotechnology, nano-materials, their properties and their uses.
How do designers gather inspiration? Biomimicry
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How do designers gather inspiration? Biomimicry

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Learning Objectives: To investigate ‘Biomimicry’ in relation to the design of products. To analyse how the shape and design of nature is implemented into the design of products. To create a design of a furniture (table or chair) based on ‘Biomimicry’.