D&T Assessment Criteria/Curriculum Map 2017-18

D&T Assessment Criteria/Curriculum Map 2017-18

This curriculum map covers the four strands of the NEW KS3-4 Assessment criteria based on the most up to date government documentation. Design, Make, Evaluate & Technical Knowledge are the core principles of the KS3 Strategy and this map is developed using a Bronze-Platinum grading system. It outlines all of the skills and knowledge students should be able to demonstrate in KS3 but also incorporates at Gold-Platinum level of what they should be able to demonstrate at KS4 to allow a seamless transition between KS3-4. If you wish to have an editable version please purchase this and email: hartley.s@whiteroseacademies.org and I will happily forward you the word doc.
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Level 2 BTEC Children's Play, Learning & Development Unit 3- The Principles of Early Year's Practice

Level 2 BTEC Children's Play, Learning & Development Unit 3- The Principles of Early Year's Practice

This presentation is the full unit of work for Unit 3- The Principles of Early Year's Practice for the BTEC Level 2 Children's Play, Learning and Development qualification. The powerpoint aims to deliver the four learning aims for the unit: A understand the importance of inclusive practice in early years B explore ways in which early years settings implement inclusive practice C understand how children are empowered in early years settings D understand the importance of the key person approach in supporting children’s development. The presentation includes assessment criteria, a range of activities, templates, key questions and model answers for all four learning aims; it is suitable for all abilities but does have structured tasks for less able and stretch and challenge activities for the more able to aid your differentiation. This resource was developed over a year of me teaching the unit and will save you hours of planning. Please leave a review :)
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BTEC L2 Children's Play, Learning  Development Unit 1- Patterns of Child Development

BTEC L2 Children's Play, Learning Development Unit 1- Patterns of Child Development

This powerpoint outlines all the learning aims and objectives from the BTEC Level 2 Children's Play, Learning and Development specification and includes activities, exam questions, model answers and much more! This has taken me a year to collate as there were no resources to help me when I first delivered this unit but I hope it's methodical and interactive style will save you hours of planning and enable you to enjoy teaching this unit.
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BTEC L3 Children's Play, Learning and Development Unit 1

BTEC L3 Children's Play, Learning and Development Unit 1

This previously 5*rated resource outlines all lessons from the BTEC SOW for Unit 1 Child Development: A. Understand how the principles of growth and development apply to children’s developmental progress from birth up to 8 years B. Understand theories and models of development and how they relate to aspects of children’s development C. Be able to apply theories and models of child development to support children’s development D. Understand how a range of factors influence children’s development E. Understand the importance of recognising atypical development There were no resources at all when I started teaching this so this took me a year to collate- I hope you find it useful- I guarantee it will save you many hours of work!
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NEW KS3 Food & Nutrition Assessment Criteria

NEW KS3 Food & Nutrition Assessment Criteria

Following the new life after levels I have developed this Curriculum Map/Assessment Criteria for use with KS3 Food lessons as this now stands alone from Design Technology. The core principles are based on the most up to date government documentation and are focused on Knowledge Application, Manufacturing Skills, Planning and Evaluation. It works on a Bronze-Platinum grading system: (Bronze= old KS3 level 4-5/New GCSE grade 3-4) (Platinum = old KS3 level 8/New GCSE grade 8-9) (Explore & Discover added for lower ability KS3 pupils). In addition I have used the new GCSE grading descriptors (1-9) for Gold and Platinum criteria to ensure a seamless transition between KS3 & KS4. I hope it saves you lots of time as I am sure the whole nation of Food teachers are currently reinventing the wheel! Please rate and review :)
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KS3 D&T Technical Drawing Differentiated Student Work Booklets

KS3 D&T Technical Drawing Differentiated Student Work Booklets

Another Dimension is the title of this unit of work that focuses on KS3 Graphics with a practical and kinaesthetic approach. There are three booklets in this premium resource for one reasonable price for higher, middle and lower ability students. The focus of the booklet(s) is to develop basic technical drawing and modelling skills including isometric projection, 1 point and 2 point perspective and presentation techniques such as thick and thin lines, rendering, shading and tone. I have tried to add an element of fun whilst trying to incorporate the fundamental skills that are required at GCSE by asking the students to design and model a toothbrush for an alien; encouraging creativity and innovation. Students use play-doh to model their designs, photograph and then draw in isometric and annotate to explain their design using ACCESSFM. My students really enjoyed the practical aspect of this unit and as they are so busy drawing I found it really easy to go around and provide verbal feedback, stamp their work and allow them time to respond which massively reduced the amount of marking I had to do at the end of the project. We ran it as a 12 hour project on a 6 week rotation system but it could easily be adapted to suit a variety of delivery approaches. Please leave a review :)
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KS3 Multicultural Food & Nutrition Student Work Booklets

KS3 Multicultural Food & Nutrition Student Work Booklets

Here are 4 differentiated student booklets for Food & Nutrition- this premium resource includes a higher, middle, lower and nurture ability booklets for one reasonable price. Each booklet includes the learning objectives for the lesson, assessment for learning and self-evaluation practical record with space for photographic evidence. The booklet includes: * Health & Safety introduction * Multicultural Foods from Across the World * Understanding Multicultural and M.E.S.S issues in Food * Multicultural Research Task * Testing & Evaluation Assessment for Learning Task (please note the booklet is in Chinacat font and may show differently on your PC if it is updated to Windows 10 as Microsoft removed this font; however the font is easy to install onto your computer to save you having to change the format)
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KS3 Design Technology Drawing Skills & ACCESSFM SOW & Student Booklet

KS3 Design Technology Drawing Skills & ACCESSFM SOW & Student Booklet

Introduce your new Year 7's to the core principles of Design Technology including ACCESS FM, drawing skills, presentation techniques and environmental issues. This premium resource incudes the lesson powerpoint and student work booklet and is in line with the NEW D&T curriculum assessment criteria (see My Shop for KS3 Assessment Map). In my dept we spent 2x 2 hour lessons to complete this booklet and then used an internal moderation to set pupils into ability groups for the year based on their completed booklet but it could be adapted to a variety of delivery methods. You could also use this unit of work as an introduction to drawing skills for a Graphics unit in KS3. Hope you find it useful please leave a review :)
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Year 7 Eatwell Everyday Student Booklets (differentiated)

Year 7 Eatwell Everyday Student Booklets (differentiated)

Here are 3 complete student work booklets for the new KS3 Food & Nutrition curriculum titled Eatwell Everyday. I have differentiated and included a higher, middle and lower ability booklet in this resource for one reasonable price. Booklet includes learning objectives, assessment for learning, weekly practical self-evaluation record with space for photographic evidence and literacy activities. In my dept we do this booklet in a 6 week rotation but it could easily be adapted to suit a range of delivery methods by adding in extra practical lessons or written assessments. (please note the font is Chinacat and may not be recognised on the new windows update- it shows as another font but you can easily have this installed on your PC to avoid having to change the format.)
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HOTS Design Technology Question Cards

HOTS Design Technology Question Cards

Literacy in Design Technology is high on everyone's agenda! I have developed these Higher Order Thinking Skills cards after we had a literacy training session by Graham Tyrer, literacy guru and Ofsted inspector. They can be used in a variety of ways to encourage discussion and higher order thinking, challenge and differentiation in the D&T classroom. Ideas for delivery: * call out a number and ask the student to read the question- use more complex questions to focus on higher ability pupils * use differentiated questions for all abilities * use to develop stretch and challenge in group discussion or independent work
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Year 7 Eatwell Everyday Homework Student Booklets

Year 7 Eatwell Everyday Homework Student Booklets

Here are 3 differentiated Food & Nutrition homework student booklets used with the Eatwell Everyday student work booklets already available in my shop. There is a higher, middle and lower ability booklet included in this premium resource for one price designed to be used on 6 week rotation system. A wide range of activities including keywords, extended writing, gathering feedback, applying nutritional knowledge and research. All activities have been designed to be easily peer assessed to reduce your workload! Please leave a review :)
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Infancy Card Sorting Activity

Infancy Card Sorting Activity

These cards go with the Level 3 Children's Play, Learning & Development presentation (slide 7). There are a number of statements for tasks/actions a baby or child should be able to do in the Infancy life stage. Students should sort the statements into age order and then categorise them into the different areas of development; physical, intellectual, emotional or social. You could extend the task or differentiate by getting students to state specific ages etc.
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