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1 AQA: GCSE PRODUCT DESIGN CONTROLLED ASSESSMENT TASK Mr Guinness Coursework Help Sheets AQA Product Design CAT

2 What do you need to do... Mr Guinness Candidate Number 007: AQA Product Design PROD2  Choose from the six contexts given to you.  Work through the folder sheets in a logical order.  What is the exam board looking for: A project that is rigorous and demanding. Shows creativity and originality. Has accuracy and a range of making skills. Has the potential to be commercially viable.

3 Section A: Investigating the design context (8 marks) Mr Guinness Coursework Help Sheets : AQA Product Design CAT  Front Cover  Context and Design Intentions  Product Analysis  Product Disassembly  User Profile/ Retail potential  Design Inspiration/Mood board  Research Summary  Design Criteria/Specification

4 Section B: Development of Design Ideas (32marks) Mr Guinness Coursework Help Sheets : AQA Product Design CAT  Initial Ideas  Group ideas(class exercise)  SCAMPER  Modelling  Comparison  Materials and construction alternatives  Further research/development  Environmental Issues  Commercial Viability  Final Proposal and Manufacturing Specification

5 Section C: Making (32 Marks) Mr Guinness Coursework Help Sheets : AQA Product Design CAT  Plan of Manufacture  Photo diary of Practical work

6 Section D: Testing and Evaluation (12 Marks) Mr Guinness Coursework Help Sheets : AQA Product Design CAT  Testing and Evaluation  Summary of Modifications  Specification Checklist  Photo Presentation

7 Section E: Communication (6 Marks) Mr Guinness Coursework Help Sheets : AQA Product Design CAT  Is your design folder focused, concise, relevant?  Are all decisions communicated in a clear way with appropriate use of technical language.  Have you checked spelling, punctuation and grammar?

8 Top Ten Tips... Mr Guinness Coursework Help Sheets : AQA Product Design CAT  Put in the time at home...don’t try and do it all within lessons.  Presentation is really important; slide layout (even font size) needs to be regular throughout your presentation.  Slide Order...all slides must be in the correct order, with the correct headings (See feedback sheet)  Every slide needs a sentence of introduction (stating the purpose of the slide) and a summary stating what you have learned and how it will help you to develop your design.  Specification points must be justified (explanation given as to why the point has been made)  Every picture, photo and scan needs detailed description, (Explain, analyse, inform).  Manufacturing Specification must include a cutting list of all the parts needed to make your product with details of size and materials to be used.  Photo Diary...as well as annotating your photos, explain problems you have encountered and solutions you have found, prove to the moderator that you are a good problem solver.  Ask for help, your Teacher if you get stuck, don’t wait until the lesson.  Get someone (a parent or friend) to read your work and see if it is logical and makes sense.

9 S.C.A.M.P.E.R. Mr Guinness Coursework Help Sheets : AQA Product Design CAT SCAMPER is a checklist that helps you to think of changes you can make to an existing product to create a new one. You can use these changes either as direct suggestions or as starting points for lateral thinking. The changes SCAMPER stands for are: S – Substitute – components, materials, people. C – Combine – mix, combine with other assemblies or services, integrate. A – Adapt – alter, change function, use part of another element. M – Modify – increase or reduce in scale, change shape, modify attributes (e.g. colour). P – Put to another use. E – Eliminate – remove elements, simplify, reduce to core functionality. R – Reverse – turn inside out or upside down, or use Reversal.Reversal


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