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Casting (Aluminium and Pewter)
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Casting (Aluminium and Pewter)

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Learning objective: 1) Students to explain the casting process of pewter casting and aluminium casting. 2) Students to evaluate the casting process of pewter casting and aluminium casting.
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.
Lesson Plan Template @MOyebodeTeacher
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Lesson Plan Template @MOyebodeTeacher

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A lesson plan template that I regularly use in all my lessons. Very clearly laid out and simple to use and refer to whilst delivering a lesson. There are 3 files: an editable word document, a PDF document and a JPEG version of the document.
Card Sort Activity Bundle
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Card Sort Activity Bundle

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20 Card Sort Activities included as part of the Bundle. Covers all aspects of the GCSE (9-1) Design and Technology specification.
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.
Joining Methods (Industrial and commercial processes)
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Joining Methods (Industrial and commercial processes)

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Learning Objectives: 1) Students to be able to differentiate various temporary and permanent joining methods. 2) Students to be able to analyse how and when to use different types of joining joints and the preparations involved. 3) Students to be distinguish types of joining joints their characteristics, advantages and disadvantages.
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.
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.
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.
Hazards vs Risks
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Hazards vs Risks

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A Level Design Technology: Product Design To look at the differences between hazards and risks within a Woodwork Workshop. To understand the difference between hazards and risks. To understand and identify hazards and risks in a woodwork Workshop. To be able to complete a Risk Factor Matrix table.