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Technology Resource Disk Trinity High School
Select Course Graphic Communication Craft and Design S1/S2 Graphics S1/S2 Craft
Graphic Communication Drawing Ability Knowledge and Interpretation Illustration and Presentation REVISIONHomework Tasks Return to Contents Assessment Arrangements
Drawing Ability Oblique Perspective Planometric Pyramids Tangency True Shapes Isometrics Orthographic Prisms Dimensions and Scale Cones SQA Questions Sections Return to Contents
Knowledge and Interpretation Building Drawings Colour Theory Computer Work Signs and symbols Return to Contents Sequence Diagrams
Illustration and Presentation Modelling Graphs and charts Colour Theory Display and Lettering Folio Explained Return to Contents Folio Example
Folio Examples SG Illustration And Presentation Folio Markers Commentary for above folio Return to Contents
Modelling ModelsHex models Return to Contents
Building Drawings DrawingsSymbols Return to Contents
Cones Cut ConeCone Development
Perspectives Return to Contents 1 point2 point
Perspective 1 point 1 point a1 point b Return to Contents
Perspective 2 point 2 point a2 point b 2 point c2 point d Return to Contents
Pyramids Orthographic and Development Examples
Tangency Return to Contents Tangency 1Tangency 2
Revision Return to Contents NotesK & U notesSpecial Drawings
Colour theory Colour theory 1Colour theory 2 Colour theory 3 Return to Contents
Dimensions and Scale Return to Contents Dimensioning 1 Scale Drawing Line types and dimensioning Line Types Dimensioning 2 Nuts and Bolts
Graphs and charts Return to Contents Graph and Charts 1 Graph and Charts 2 Graph examples
Planometric Return to Contents Planometric 2 Planometric 3 Planometric 4 Planometric 1
Sequence Diagrams Return to Contents Sequence DiagramsStory boards
True Shapes Return to Contents RectangularCylinders PyramidsCones
Homework Tasks Return to Contents S4 Homework S3 Homework
S4 Graphics Homework S4 Homework S4 Revision Homework Return to Contents
Computer Work Return to Contents 3D models Advantages and Disadvantages of CAD CAD commandsCAG Computer HardwareComputer software Computer Theory CAG glossary
Display and Lettering Return to Contents Display Lettering and projection symbol
Isometrics Circles – Generator method Circles – Trammel method Introduction Return to Contents
Orthographic Introduction 1Introduction 2 Orthographic views Projection Symbols Return to Contents
Prisms Hexagonal prism 1 HexagonsTrue shapes Return to Contents
Signs and Symbols Signs and symbols 1Signs and symbols 2 Signs and symbols 3 Safety Signs Safety and warning signs Return to Contents
SQA Questions Return to Contents 2002 Q12002 Q7
Sections Sectional ElevationsSections Return to Contents
Craft and Design Return to Contents Design K and U Practical S4 Homework S3 Homework REVISON
Design S4 Folio Guide Sheets S3 Folio Guide Sheets Return to Contents S4 Folio Example
S3 Folio Guide Sheets Shovel Guide Sheets Screwdriver Guide Sheets Clock Guide Sheets Foot Stool Guide Sheets Return to Contents
Knowledge and Understanding Design notes Metal notes Plastic notes Wood notes Return to Contents Alternative notes
S1/S2 Graphics Rendering S1 Display S2 Return to Contents
S1/S2 Craft K and U BookletDesign Booklet S1 Homework BookletS2 Homework Booklet Blank Folio S2 Folio GuidesS1 Folio Guides Return to Contents
S1 Folio Guides Towers of Benares Keytab Noughts and crosses Return to Contents
S2 Folio Guides Trowel Clock Return to Contents
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