Presentation on theme: "HANDLING INFORMATION Making choices for someone else based on the information provided and backing up decisions with explanation. Use ICE to write."— Presentation transcript:
HANDLING INFORMATION Making choices for someone else based on the information provided and backing up decisions with explanation. Use ICE to write answer showing: design I nformation, linked to the person in the C ase study, with a relevant E xplanation which matches the marking framework.
Michael needs a warm jacket for going back to He walks to and from school, plays football with his friends at break–time and buys his lunch in in the school canteen His mother wants to buy him a jacket that will last all year. Study the information about boys’ jackets. C ASE STUDY school warm school walksschool plays football buys his lunch last all year
I NFORMATION STYLE INFORMATION Hood Detachable fleece insert Padding on elbow Zipped pockets Storm flap over zip Reflective strips on front and back FABRIC INFORMATION Water repellent Absorbent fleece Durability STYLE INFORMATION Collar Padded lining Elasticated cuffs Patch pockets Stud Fastening Hanging loop FABRIC INFORMATION Shower proof Crease Resistant Durability STYLE INFORMATION Hood Pullover style Pockets in side seams Jacket folds into pocket Clip to attach folded Jacket to belt/bag Drawstring waist FABRIC INFORMATION Shower proof Lightweight Durability
(i)Choose the most suitable jacket for Michael. Jacket A (ii) Give four different reasons for your choice and explain why each reason is important for Michael. E XPLANATION
I - Jacket A has a storm flap over the zip which is good for C- Michael who walks to school E- and the flap will keep out the wind and rain therefor he will be kept warm Remember to: NAME THE ITEM and USE THE PERSON’S NAME in each of your answers ANSWER
STORM FLAP OVER ZIP Storm flap over zip will be good for Michael as he walks to and from school + so will help to keep him warm + it might be a windy day and this will keep the wind out + so he will be more comfortable all day at school Storm flap over zip will be good as Michael needs a warm jacket + this will help to keep the cold wind out MARKING FRAMEWORK
Your teacher will give you a new question to complete on your own. Step 1: Highlight the important points in the case study using one of your colours. Step 2: Using the second colour highlight any of the features in each of the items shown which relate / link to the case study Step 3: Select the item which best meets the person in the case studies needs Step 4: Use the ICE technique to explain the choice you have made (only one answer) using Care Instruction Information, keep it personal and specific. Step 5: Working with your neighbour, use the marking information to correct your answers – check for ICE. Is it also personal and specific? HOMEWORK: 16/02/12 complete one of the questions started in class today TASK