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ACCESS FM Product Analysis Tool Pyramid
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ACCESS FM Product Analysis Tool Pyramid

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This useful product analysis tool can be used for a variety of technology based subjects including Design Technology & Engineering. Is is useful at all Key Stages. These nets can assembled by pupils or before hand by teachers and used as a reminder of the ACCESS FM Product Analysis tool. This can be useful when writing specifications of analysing existing products. A colourful 3D display that can be placed on a desk or work bench, to remind pupils of ACCESS FM. This pack also includes larger templates which can be glued together to make an even bigger display. There are two file types available and can be easily edited to ensure that it is suitable for your subject/specification.
ACCESS FM Laser Cut Puzzle - Product Analysis/ Design Specification Tool
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ACCESS FM Laser Cut Puzzle - Product Analysis/ Design Specification Tool

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This activity could be used to support the learning and use of ACCESS FM in a variety of DT/engineering courses. It could be used as a starter or product evaluation/ product specification tool, pupils have to match up the ACCESS FM letters with questions that could be used to explain each point. Document is available in Illustrator and pdf formats and has been set to 600x400mm a common laser ply/mdf/acrylic size This can be easily modified or copy and pasted to alternative software such as 2D design. The document is preset assuming that the laser will etch red and cut black lines but again this can be easily changed to suit your laser cutter. If you would like to purchase a pre-laser cut version of this please visit my ebay shop: https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/pxaengi_58
PEEL in Engineering - Flash Cards for producing a PEEL Paragraph - Extended Writing Tool
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PEEL in Engineering - Flash Cards for producing a PEEL Paragraph - Extended Writing Tool

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With literacy and extended written the focus across the wider curriculum, this simple activity card will help pupils to produce a well written paragraph in a typically practical based subject where pupils may not expect to be producing written work. A PEEL paragraph (Point, Evidence, Explain, Link) is a technique used by English departments to help pupils produce a well written paragraph. A PEEL paragraph a simple technique which could be useful to support lower abilities or younger years. Other techniques such as PEAS & PETER may help support older pupils. This download includes Adobe Illustrator and PDF files which are ready to print and use or they can be easily edited. Printed & laminated versions are available from my Ebay shop!
SCAMPER Matching Starter - Creative Idea Generation Tool
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SCAMPER Matching Starter - Creative Idea Generation Tool

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A simple starter which matches the seven SCAMPER terms to key questions. SCAMPER is technique that can be used to help stem creative idea generation and could also be used as a product analysis tool. This could be easily adapted for use with any DT/Engineering KS4/KS5 course. If you would like to purchase a ready made version of this activity please visit my ebay shop! https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/pxaengi_58
Six R's of Sustainability Pyramid
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Six R's of Sustainability Pyramid

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This useful six R’s of sustainability pyramid can be used for a variety of technology based subjects including Design Technology & Engineering. Is is useful at all Key Stages. These nets can assembled by pupils or before hand by teachers and used as a reminder of the six R’s. This can be useful when analysing existing products and looking at the environmental impact of processes and materials. A colourful 3D display that can be placed on a desk or work bench, to remind pupils of six R’s of sustainability. This pack also includes larger templates which can be glued together to make an even bigger display. There are two file types available and can be easily edited to ensure that it is suitable for your subject/specification.
WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering Unit 1: Engineering Design Student Workbook
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WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering Unit 1: Engineering Design Student Workbook

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This work booklet allow pupils to evidence design work for unit one of the WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering. This has been adapted from the exemplar material provided on the WJEC website. Unit One requires pupils to design an engineering product (such as a lamp) from a client brief set by the centre. If you have access to computers the template can be easily edited in Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat or Powerpoint. If you don’t have computers you can always edit and then print the printable versions of the workbook. Centres should adapt this booklet to suit their own assignments.
WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering Unit 2: Producing Engineering Products Student Workbook
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WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering Unit 2: Producing Engineering Products Student Workbook

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This work booklet allow pupils to evidence practical work for unit two of the WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering. This has been adapted from the exemplar material provided on the WJEC website. Unit Two requires pupils to produce an engineering product (such as a lamp) from drawings produced by the centre. If you have access to computers the template can be easily edited in Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Acrobat or Powerpoint. If you don’t have computers you can always edit and then print in A3. Centres should adapt this booklet to suit their own assignments.
Edward de Bono’s 6 Thinking Hats Pyramid
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Edward de Bono’s 6 Thinking Hats Pyramid

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This useful thinking hats pyramid can be used for a variety of technology based subjects including Design Technology & Engineering. Is is useful at all Key Stages. These nets can assembled by pupils or before hand by teachers and used as a reminder of the six thinking hats This can be useful when analysing existing products and design ideas. A colourful 3D display that can be placed on a desk or work bench, to remind pupils of six thinking hats and how they can be used as part of the design process. This pack also includes larger templates which can be glued together to make an even bigger display. There are two file types available and can be easily edited to ensure that it is suitable for your subject/specification.
KS5 AQA Design Engineering Tech Level Unit Five Production & Manufacturing Assignment Briefs
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KS5 AQA Design Engineering Tech Level Unit Five Production & Manufacturing Assignment Briefs

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This set of learning objectives or assignment briefs breakdown the coursework element of unit five of the Design Engineering Tech Level from AQA. They have been adapted from the exemplar assignment briefs set by the exam board. There are seven learning objectives that focus on ensuring the required skills are in place to complete the coursework followed by eleven more that focus on the coursework element. These could be easily adapted to suit a centre specific assignment brief.
ACCESS FM Kagan Quiz Quiz Trade Activity - Product Analysis/ Design Specification Tool
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ACCESS FM Kagan Quiz Quiz Trade Activity - Product Analysis/ Design Specification Tool

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This activity could be used to support a product analysis tasks or a start helping pupils to learn about ACCESS FM. All you need to do is cut out the front and back of the cards, stick them together and laminate! Kagan structures are a novel way of improving engagement in the classroom, rules of the activity are included in the resource. Quiz Quiz Trade Rules: Each pupil receives one card. The card has a question and an answer on it. Teacher says ‘stand up, hand up, pair up’ With card in hand pupil stands up finds another pupil and the pair high five! They then put hands down so other pupils can find a pair. Partner A asks Partner B the question. If Partner B answers correct Partner A praises them If they answer incorrectly, Partner A teaches them the answer. Partner B then asks their question to Partner A. Once complete they thank each other, swap cards and then move on to find a new partner. Alternatively pupils could use the cards to ask themselves or other about a given product. If you would like a pre-printed and laminated version of this resource, visit my ebay shop! pxaengi_58
Edward De Bono's Six Thinking Hats Revision Clock - Product Analysis Tool
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Edward De Bono's Six Thinking Hats Revision Clock - Product Analysis Tool

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A revision clock is a innovative method of getting pupils to split their time up in a lesson or at home when revising and to break larger topics down into manageable chunks. Pupils have a limited time to write down facts about a given topic. In this case the hour is split into the six thinking hats. Pupils would start at the first hat and would have 10 minutes to fill that section before moving on. This resource can be used to revise the six thinking hats or can be used to perform a quick yet effective product analysis. Use this tool to help ensure you have a quick paced lesson. The Thinking Hats are a useful product analysis tool can be used for a variety of technology based subjects including Design Technology & Engineering. Is is useful at all Key Stages. There are two file types available and can be easily edited to ensure that it is suitable for your subject/specification. More digital & printed resources available at pxaengineering.shop
Six Rs of Sustainability Revision Clock - Sustainability Analysis Tool
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Six Rs of Sustainability Revision Clock - Sustainability Analysis Tool

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A revision clock is a innovative method of getting pupils to split their time up in a lesson or at home when revising and to break larger topics down into manageable chunks. Pupils have a limited time to write down facts about a given topic. In this case the hour is split into the six Rs of sustainability. Pupils would start at Recycle and would have 10 minutes to fill that section before moving on. This resource can be used to revise the six Rs or can be used to perform a quick yet effective product analysis. Use this tool to help ensure you have a quick paced lesson. The 6Rs is a useful tool that can quickly analyse a products sustainability and help pupils to begin to think how to lessen the environmental impact of their designs and products. This could be easily adapted for use with any DT/Engineering KS4/KS5 course. There are two file types available and can be easily edited to ensure that it is suitable for your subject/specification.
KS5 AQA Design & Mechatronic Engineering Tech Level Unit 1 Materials, Science & Technology Mocks (2)
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KS5 AQA Design & Mechatronic Engineering Tech Level Unit 1 Materials, Science & Technology Mocks (2)

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This is a set of two mock exams and mark schemes that are designed to test pupils knowledge after the teaching of Unit One. The mocks cover criteria from PO1 - PO5. The mocks have been built on past papers and mark allocations from AQA. The majority of the questions are different to the past papers available form AQA. They could be used as end of topic assessments, end of term assessment or as a resource for exam style questions. They have been designed to look professional and as similar to the real exam as possible to get pupils used to seeing the exam. The documents were created on Word for Mac so the format may need tweaking if opened on a PC, however the PDF files are also available. These mocks & mark schemes will save you hours of planning!
ACCESS FM Laser Cut Puzzle Wall Display - Product Analysis & Design Specification Tool
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ACCESS FM Laser Cut Puzzle Wall Display - Product Analysis & Design Specification Tool

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This wall display could be used as an activity to support the learning and use of ACCESS FM in a variety of DT/engineering courses. Once put together by pupils it could be displayed on the wall to help remind pupils about ACCESS FM. Pupils could also remove the piece they require and then reutrn it when finished. It could be used as a start or product evaluation/ product specification tool, pupils have to match up the ACCESS FM letters with questions that could be used to explain each point. Document is available in Illustrator and pdf formats and has been set to 600x400mm a common laser ply/mdf/acrylic size This can be easily modified or copy and pasted to alternative software such as 2D design. The document is preset assuming that the laser will etch red and cut black lines but again this can be easily changed to suit your laser cutter. If you would like to purchase a pre-laser cut version of this please visit my ebay shop: https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/pxaengi_58
PEEL in Engineering - Single Flash Cards for producing a PEEL Paragraph - Extended Writing Tool
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PEEL in Engineering - Single Flash Cards for producing a PEEL Paragraph - Extended Writing Tool

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With literacy and extended written the focus across the wider curriculum, this simple activity card will help pupils to produce a well written paragraph in a typically practical based subject where pupils may not expect to be producing written work. A PEEL paragraph (Point, Evidence, Explain, Link) is a technique used by English departments to help pupils produce a well written paragraph. A PEEL paragraph a simple technique which could be useful to support lower abilities or younger years. Other techniques such as PEAS & PETER may help support older pupils. This download includes Adobe Illustrator and PDF files which are ready to print and use or they can be easily edited. Printed & laminated versions are available from my Ebay shop!
KS4 WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering - Material Properties Kagan Quiz Quiz Trade Activity
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KS4 WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering - Material Properties Kagan Quiz Quiz Trade Activity

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An activity to introduce the definitions of the material properties required on the WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering specification: WJEC Vocational Award in Engineering Unit Three Solving Engineering Problems LO2 understand properties of engineering materials AC2.1 describe properties required of materials for engineering products Kagan structures are a novel way of improving engagement in the classroom, rules of the activity are included in the resource. Quiz Quiz Trade Rules: Each pupil receives one card. The card has a question and an answer on it. Teacher says ‘stand up, hand up, pair up’ With card in hand pupil stands up finds another pupil and the pair high five! They then put hands down so other pupils can find a pair. Partner A asks Partner B the question. If Partner B answers correct Partner A praises them If they answer incorrectly, Partner A teaches them the answer. Partner B then asks their question to Partner A. Once complete they thank each other, swap cards and then move on to find a new partner. Alternatively pupils could use the cards to ask themselves or other about a given product. If you would like a pre-printed and laminated version of this resource, visit my ebay shop! https://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/pxaengi_58
KS4 Engineering Materials Homework Menu
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KS4 Engineering Materials Homework Menu

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A homework menu containing a selection of tasks that can be used to support information learnt about engineering materials. This could be used on a variety of engineering courses. This resource can be easily adapted and modified to include more or different topics, suitable for your specification.
Thermoplastic Materials Acronyms
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Thermoplastic Materials Acronyms

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A resource used a ‘sorter’ starter activity for a range of different engineering courses at both level three and level two. (Unit 5 Engineering Materials BTEC Level Two, Unit 3 WJEC Engineering, Unit 1 Materials, Science & Technology AQA Design Engineering Tech-Level etc). Pupils have to use the cards to create the acronyms of common thermoplastics, this can be easily extended by asking them to think of the full name of each plastic. Can be easily adapted to to ensure all thermoplastics in your specification are covered.