This is a quick 5 minute lesson I starter I use with my year 7. I made up some health and safety sentences and chopped them up, putting each part into a box. These were then laminated and cut up.
In 'health and safety.doc' is a list of the sentences, each section has brackets around them. In 'health and safety words.doc' is a list of the phrases twice ready for printing.
I made this sheet for my year 7's who were struggling to remember how to use Bondaweb correctly.
To save in photocopying expenses the step by step guide with hand drawn images has been produced three times on one A4 piece of paper. It can be used a resource for all years.
Hope this helps!
Note I have now changed the spelling error.
I've hand drawn a road with bends, obstacles and one way systems for students to practice machine control on.
It allows students to practice bends and corners without the worry of threading up the machine.
I normal give students 3 mistakes for a pass.
This is great for Y7 students, and the older students love it for a bit of fun!
This is a JPEG image of the eat well plate.
I usually ask pupils to match up the slice with the category and then perhaps fill in what they have for dinner the night before. You can easily hide the percentages in word by placing a white box over the top.
Hoping it helps.
Cut around each item (picture, work, statement) for a great little card sort.
We use this for Y7 as an introduction to the different equipment they will use in the textiles room. There is also a corresponding work book page. You can also find this attached.
I've put together 6 different quizzes and their answers for student to use independently or in lessons as part of their revision. We use the AQA exam board, I've taken the answers from last years mark scheme. I printed them double sided so the quiz is on the front and the answers are on the back. Quiz one and two are together on one page, the rest are on single pages.
I hope it's helpful!
I have attached two different files here.
The first is a help sheet for students to use at the sewing machine, it indicates what settings they need for;
- a straight stitch
- a zig zag stitch
- to reverse
- to complete free machining.
These are also colour coded and important information is written in bold.
The second file is a blank picture of the sewing machine I created. I place this up on the board and have laminated copies of the names of parts of the machine. As a starter I get students to come and stick the words to the board. It's a great little reminder at the beginning of the lesson. We also use this in students books which they label when first introduced to the machine.
I drew this picture of the Bernina 1008 sewing machine on photoshop. I hope it is useful!
I often put it on the white board and have laminated words for the different parts of the machine, as a starter students stick these to board with masking tape.
I used the information from the Rough Guide website to create a simple PPT showing information about different traditional wear for different cultures.
I have attached a simple worksheet for students to mind map information.
This hand made set of post cards can be used to boost student encouragement, or as a good bye for Y11 or Y13 students on their way into the outside world. Either way, let’s encourage students to ‘Show the world their magic!’.
I laminate and use this help sheet in my class for all year groups. It lists the equipment and materials needed to complete applique. Clear steps and hand drawn images make it easy for students to follow.
Hope it helps!
I laminate and use this help sheet in my class for all year groups. It lists the equipment and materials needed to complete reverse applique. Clear steps and hand drawn images make it easy for students to follow.
Hope it helps!
Part of a SOW for Y8 where they create textiles products for electrical items. This cord tidy can be used for head phone wires, phone chargers and many more. Really simple and easy to make. A4 step by step guide with pictures.