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1 Resistant Materials with Miss R Y7 NAME Day

2 Spatula / Christmas Decoration
Lesson Homework FIRST LESSON Introduction Getting to know you. Write 250 words on your interests and what you hope to achieve during your time in school. OR Complete a moodboard showing images about your interests and aspirations. Desk Tidy Lesson Homework Introduction to Plastics & Modelling Create an A4 page explaining how you can: Reduce Reuse & Recycle plastics. Practical Complete a poster of how to use the drill safely. Cover all key points. Post Practical Evaluation – If you did not finish an Evaluation in class, this must be completed for homework. 2 ’s and 1 wish with a Star Diagram. HOME WORKs Spatula / Christmas Decoration Lesson Homework Introduction to Woods Research Wooden Kitchen Tools / Wooden Christmas Decorations. Write paragraph/bullets about any key materials used and why. Plan Complete a step by step plan of how to make your product, using the levels table to guide you. Post Practical Evaluation – If you did not finish an Evaluation in class, this must be completed for homework. 2 ’s and 1 wish with a Star Diagram.

3 ? & & Resistant Materials What is
List the 3 main materials you could use in this class. As well as using hand tools & machines we also use… & Which stand for… &

4 Design a teacher and label the key good & bad points about him/her.
MAIN TASK Design a teacher and label the key good & bad points about him/her.

5 TEACHER

6 The SPECIFICATION or MANDATORIES are things that you MUST include.
What is a Brief? A brief is information that you are given (usually by a client) to help you decide how to design a product. The SPECIFICATION or MANDATORIES are things that you MUST include.

7 Teacher Brief Teachers are employed to help pupils learn.
They need to keep everyone safe. Good teachers make lessons interesting. Teachers need to uphold the rules of the school.

8 POST BRIEF TEACHER

9 Resistant Materials

10 Homework – About you Getting to know you.
Write 250 words on your interests and what you hope to achieve during your time in school. OR Complete a moodboard showing images about your interests and aspirations.

11 Mini Projects Plastic

12 Todays Lesson WALT WILF Gain basic knowledge in the types of plastic.
Understand why modelling is important in creating & amending designs. Draw using 1 point perspective. Input into the starter discussion. Create a 1:1 scale model of your desk tidy. A well drawn road using 1PP correctly.

13 These will both be demonstrated to you.
Equipment – desk Tidy We will be using a pillar drill to put pencil/pen holes into your plastic. We will use a line bender to make straight bends in your acrylic. We cannot make curves in this project. These will both be demonstrated to you.

14 Modelling A model is a good way realise your design ideas.
It can be used to help you think of ideas. It can also be used after you have designed a few ideas for your product. It will help you see if there any problems that you may have when you come to manufacture your selected idea. This enables you to develop your best idea in your Final Design. It will also help you with your drawings

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16 Perspective Drawing One-point perspective images draw the viewers eye along the lines to the vanishing point.

17 Perspective Task Using a vanishing point - draw a road in one point perspective. It should disappear into the horizon and be divided in two so cars can travel on both sides. (15 mins) Then… Add some trees/lampposts, and some grass on the verge of the road. (5 min)

18 One Point Perspective

19 Draw your desk tidy in 1 point perspective.
Extension Task Draw your desk tidy in 1 point perspective.

20 DESK TIDY

21 Homework – Environmental issues
Create an A4 page explaining how you can: Reduce Reuse & Recycle plastics.

22 Homework – Safety Complete a poster of how to use the
pillar drill safely. Cover all the key points.

23 Simple Evaluation Star
An Evaluation Star can have a number of points, this one is to get you used to using them. Rate each aspect from 1 to 10, drawing a line between them. DRILLING MODELLING LINE BENDING DESIGN Using a scale of 1 to 10 you need to rate each element of your product. 1 = Poor 10 = Excellent Once you have rated each aspect you need to finish the star diagram by drawing a line between them, as shown opposite. This will show areas that you excel in and areas to improve on in your next project.

24 DESK TIDY Evaluation 2 ’s
Complete the evaluation star by rating each element from 1-10. 10 = Perfect Then complete some writing on: 2 ’s (things that you were proud of) and 1 wish (something you would improve if you made it again) 2 ’s ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 wish ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ DRILLING MODELLING LINE BENDING DESIGN

25 Mini Projects Wood

26 Todays Lesson WALT WILF Increase our knowledge in the types of wood.
Understand why different woods are selected for different purposes. Input into the starter discussion and participation in the YES/NO game. Using the correct type of wood for a product in the main task.

27 Wood I will pass around a selection of wood. Look at them and see if you think they fall into the category of Manmade or Natural. You do not need to write anything down. Once you have all looked we will take a show of hands for each piece and see if you are correct.

28 Grain

29 MDF – Skirting Board Why? It’s easy to shape and finish.
Consistent size & shape. Environmentally friendly. Cheap.

30 MAIN TASK Pick one of the following woods;
Oak: Hard Wearing, Strong, Glues & nails well, Resistant to decay. (£££) Sycamore: Very strong, Does not warp when wet. Fine texture. (£££) Pine: Strong, Very tall and straight, Nails easily, Finishes well. (££) MDF: Consistent strength and size, Shapes well, Can warp if not sealed. (£-££) and using your knowledge, and the information provided, draw and label an idea of what product could be made with it and why it is the best wood for the job.

31 During the Main Task Think of existing products.
Why have you chosen your wood? Use the woods characteristics to your advantage. Consider cost implications in choosing your particular wood. £ = cheap ££ = mid range £££ = expensive

32 Wood Choice

33 Very flexible. Perishable.
ASH Strong and tough. Very flexible. Perishable. Good to work with. Absorbs shock. SPRUCE Nails well. Non-durable. Clean and white. Long fibre length. OAK Very hard-wearing. Strong. Glues well. Holds a nail well. Resistant to decay. PINE Strong. Finishes well. Nails well. Very tall and straight. TEAK Tropical hardwood. Golden brown in colour. Very attractive. Very durable and strong. Good for outdoor use. SYCAMORE Very strong. Hard. Easy to work with. Does not warp when damp. Fine texture. Writing paper Furniture Example: Oak Kitchen utensils Building construction Telegraph poles Wheel spokes Tool handles Garden furniture Packaging Bowls Fencing Hockey sticks

34 Building construction
PINE Strong. Finishes well. Nails well. Very tall and straight. TEAK Tropical hardwood. Golden brown in colour. Very attractive. Very durable and strong. Good for outdoor use. SYCAMORE Very strong. Hard. Easy to work with. Does not warp when damp. Fine texture. Writing paper Spruce Furniture Example: Oak Kitchen utensils Sycamore Building construction Oak or Pine Telegraph poles Pine Wheel spokes Ash Tool handles Garden furniture Oak or Teak Packaging Bowls Fencing Oak Hockey sticks ASH Strong and tough. Very flexible. Perishable. Good to work with. Absorbs shock. SPRUCE Nails well. Non-durable. Clean and white. Long fibre length. OAK Very hard-wearing. Strong. Glues well. Holds a nail well. Resistant to decay.

35 DECORATION DESIGNS

36 FINAL DECORATION DESIGN

37 SPATULA DESIGNS

38 SPATULA DESIGNS

39 Homework - REsearch Research Wooden Kitchen Tools / Wooden Christmas Decorations. Write paragraph/bullets about any key materials used and why.

40 Rewrite or cut and stick the
HOMEWORK EQUIPMENT Rewrite or cut and stick the correct boxes with the correct pictures.

41 Wood Evaluation Complete the evaluation star by rating each element from 1-10. 10 = Perfect Then complete some writing on: 2 ’s (things that you were proud of) and 1 wish (something you would improve if you made it again) 2 ’s ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 wish ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ DRILLING FINISHING SAWING DESIGN

42 In Your Folder You should have (at least): Research on Artist/Products
Design Ideas 1 plan (Spatula/Desk Tidy) 2 Evaluations A model (Desk tidy) Wood worksheets & Design Information on the Environmental Issues of plastic (R,R,R).

43 Mini Projects DESIGN

44 Stained Glass Designs Your design needs to be simple.
You will be given 110mm x 110mm acrylic. No small sections! The lead is 6mm wide.

45 Stained Glass Designs

46 Stained Glass Designs

47 Stained Glass Development
Use your best idea and place it in box number one. Pass this to 3 friends and they will draw how they think your idea can be improved. Mark your favourite. Best Idea (before changes) Friend 1

48 Stained Glass Development
Friend 2 Friend 3

49 Stained Glass Evaluation
Complete the evaluation star by rating each element from 1-10. 10 = Perfect Then complete some writing on: 2 ’s (things that you were proud of) and 1 wish (something you would improve if you made it again) 2 ’s ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1 wish ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ LEAD RESEARCH PAINTING DESIGN


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