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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.
Materials and Components - The Garden Spade
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Materials and Components - The Garden Spade

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Learning Objectives: 1) Students to investigate the materials and/or components used in manufacturing a product. 2) Students to analyse properties, qualities, advantages and disadvantages of materials/components used in manufacturing a product. 3) Students to justify the choice of materials and/or components.
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.
How to be creative
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How to be creative

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What is creativity?, Developing your creative ability, Using quick modelling and CAD. Learning objectives: 1) Students to investigate what is meant by creativity. 2) Students to analyse several different ways of developing their 2D creative ability. 3) Students to analyse several different ways of developing their 3D creative ability.
Year 7 Project Booklet - Earphones Tidy
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Year 7 Project Booklet - Earphones Tidy

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Earphones Tidy Project. Full Project Booklet containing 28 pages to guide students through the design and make stages of the project. In Microsoft Publisher format. Includes 2 page Assessment Criteria.
9 Card Sort Activity Bundle
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9 Card Sort Activity Bundle

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Material Properties Card Sort Activity Types of CAM equipment card sort Types of drawing methods card sort Types of Manufactured boards card sort Types of marking out and measuring tools card sort Types of modelling materials card sort Types of nails card sort Types of surface preparation tools card sort Types of thermoplastics card sort
Product Analysis
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Product Analysis

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Learning objective: 1) Students to investigate what product analysis is. 2) Student to evaluate how product analysis is used to improve new products.
Design Catalogues
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Design Catalogues

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For you to be able to use information sources to select materials for engineering uses. For you to be able to research the correct Design Catalogues for a given project. For you to be able to extract the correct information from Design Catalogues for a given project.