This is an alternative game to play with pupils to test their knowledge on AQA GCSE Engineering focused on materials and their properties. Great when combined with the Jenga and Who wants to be a millionaire resources on different engineering topics. As I did not come up with the original power point, I am sharing it for free.
This is a short power point with animations to show pupils how to answer the 2014 AQA GCSE Engineering Orthographic projection exam questions.
The animations start off with a blank page and end with the correct answer. Each animation is moved on with a click to make sure all learners can understand at their pace.
These have been created for the 2016 AQA GCSE Engineering exam to make revision more fun. I am adding more as and when I get the time. The orginal powerpoint is not mine, hence they are shared for free. All I ask is that you create your own and upload please!
This is my take on the impact of engineering sheet for my pupils. It takes into account what new technologies we are using to produce our parts and how they would have been made without them and what impact this has on cost, time and design.
This is a simple three page test with answers on the end to see whereabouts Year 7 are at the start and then end of the rotation with me. It includes tools and equipment, Materials and components and CAD/CAM that they use on the project they do.
This is a set of AQA GCSE. Engineering revision sheets to play Jenga based on past papers from 2010-2015. They include question sheets, answers for the quiz master and instructions on how to play.
All you need to do is get 30 blocks and laser engrave red 1-5, green 1-5 etc. I made mine from scraps of wood from projects.
I spread the questions around the room so you can stop cheating as each team has a different year!