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An Introduction to Wood and Metal

ATTAINMENT LEVELS from my last project

ATTAINMENT LEVEL DESIGNING

ATTAINMENT LEVEL MAKING

ATTAINMENT LEVEL EVALUATION

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ATTAINMENT LEVELS & TEACHER ASSESMENT LEVEL 3

Research

No/very little research (verbal)

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Specification

Ideas

DESIGNING

Modelling

Research features Research of of other products other products for form & function

Research production of other products + extra e.g. sizes, fixings, joints etc.

List some requirements & consider what the user wants

Use research & consider making restrictions when producing a specification

Include form, function and safety needs in the specification list

Include details of sizes, fixings, finishes etc. in specification

Produce at least three ideas with some labels. Suggest more ideas

Consider specification when generating ideas

Produce a range of ideas. Use more than one presentation technique

Produce a large range of ideas using a range of presentation techniques. Clearly refer to research.

Show clear understanding. High level of communication and presentation

No model (only sketches)

Model and discuss final design

Model and test main design against specification

Produce an accurate model. Test it for: function, safety and user response.

Produce an excellent model. Full making considerations

List some (verbal)

Survey of user needs & preferences

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Planning MAKING

Making

State the order for making and name some tool choices

Produce a logical Produce a formal Produce notes to Consider time by step-by-step plan. plan e.g. flow suggest possible producing a Correctly name chart. Include problems and realistic tools tools and safety solutions when schedule. notes making Precise and clear communication

Be reasonably accurate & tidy when working

Use more than a few techniques. Use an appropriate range of tools and processes

Evaluation

TESTING

Use a degree of precision. Make with a normal level of supervision

Work mainly independently. Skilful when using tools and equipment.

Work independently. Show clear ability to use knowledge and adapt to situations

Compare outcome with original design

Test in use. Make detailed comments & suggest improvements

Show adaptable, evaluative approach throughout project

Say if design is Write about how same as intended. the product Give an could be explanation improved (verbal)

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PROJECT OUTLINE AND TARGET SETTING

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By doing this project you will: learn how to cut, shape and finish a manufactured board called plywood using different tools and equipment. share ideas and develop your own design idea. test your work and suggest new improved ideas. use co-ordinates to copy your idea onto a material called plywood. cut, drill, bend aluminium sheet metal. attach two materials together using non-permanent fixings

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You must: design and make a key holder to promote a wildlife charity. learn the names of the tools and equipment you use. learn the different types of timber that are available and their properties. You should: produce at least three ideas with some labels and be accurate in your making make sure your final product looks like your design idea. You could: add extra features and develop publicity material to promote your new product.

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ADDITIONAL TARGETS

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Use different research options not just the WWW. Use instruments to help present your work neatly eg a ruler for straight lines. Check that you have completed all of the design criteria points. Add more colour to help enhance your sketches. Add annotation to your design ideas saying why you have chosen features. Try to model more and understand what can be done before starting practical work. Check the accuracy of your CAD work before sending to the CNC Router. Check that all surfaces are smooth and safe to handle. Check that all the tasks are completed.

Higher level targets

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Design ideas Aim to generate a large range of ideas. Aim to make them all completely different from each other. Label any design features due to trends or patterns in existing products. Making Aim to work independently—aim not to rely on other students or your teacher. Aim to plan ahead each stage of making and be very accurate in all making tasks.

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4 Brief:- A nature conservation charity —The World Nature Organisation, WNO, has a chain of shops similar to OXFAM and Save the Children. WNO wants a new product to sell in its shops to help raise money to help protect endangered wildlife. The first products will be key holders. Can you design and make a key holder for them? It needs to hold a minimum of 3 key-rings and have a wild life theme.

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Key words

Literacy marking

I am to design and make a

Design Criteria: To make sure it is successful it must:

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IDEAS AIM: the more ideas you create the better the chance of a successful product. The WNO have a stock of rectangular pieces of 6mm plywood (180mm by 200mm) and also a supply of aluminium sheet. They want you to use these items in your design.

TASK: Design ideas. The next stage is to design some ideas for the back board. It would be easy to design a key board for yourself. You know what your favourite animals are. However you have to design a product that other people will want to buy. You need to consider their likes and dislikes as well as your own. Draw at least 4 possible shapes for the base of your key board based on the theme of wildlife. Keep the shapes simple—remember they will need to be easy to cut out for the base board. Initial Ideas: What I think makes an effective page of initial ideas is:  

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Do you like this idea?

Do you like this idea?

Why? Justify your idea using www and ebi statements.

Why? Justify your idea using www and ebi statements.

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IDEAS AIM: the more ideas you create the better the chance of a successful product. Tally mark

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Do you like this idea?

Do you like this idea?

Why? Justify your idea using www and ebi statements.

Why? Justify your idea using www and ebi statements.

Peer comments:

Peer comments:

Design

Explanation of why your idea meets the Design Criteria (page 4).

I have chosen idea _____ to develop because:

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I have produced at least three ideas I have added labels that show I I have produced a range of ideas. I have used more than with some labels. have considered the design criteria when generating ideas. one presentation technique and added labels that show I have considered the design criteria when generating ideas.

Level 6 I have produced a large range of ideas using a range of presentation techniques. I have clearly referred to the design criteria and justified my comments.

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Peer Evaluation and Development Peer name

Favourite design

Why? (WWW)

How could they improve? (EBI)

Looking at your peers comments, how are you going to change your design to improve it?     

Modified design: Draw your modified design showing what you have decided to change. Explain through labelling what you have changed about your design and why.

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PEER DESIGN 4 x 4 exercise DEVELOPING AN IDEA

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Design ideas. The next stage is to develop your ideas for the backboard. It would be easy to stay with your design but an industrial practice is to seek the ideas and opinions of other designers and potential users of the product. In this task you will find out other peoples ideas on how to improve your design idea.

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FINAL IDEA Full size and full colour drawing of the design you will make.

TASK : Draw an accurate drawing of your final design idea. Use a ruler and other drawing aids to make it as neat as you can. Remember the design has to include the key hanger 65MM x 30mm and be no bigger than 180mm x 200mm.

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KEY HOOK INFORMATION

The aim is to follow the instructions to make the key hook from sheet aluminium. You will score higher points if you are accurate and can work independently. This means, “Can you follow the instructions and make the key hook without the help of your teacher?”

3D CAD This image was made on SKETCH UP.

This is a free program you can download. go to www.sketchup.com to download. DO NOT go for the Pro version.

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Self Assessment Guides Use these as you go through your project. Specification

Characteristics - low

Aluminium Hooks

Not properly marked out Did not drill accurately Not symmetrical, uneven

Quality of assembly

Quality of finish

Fixings and Components

Back board design Complexity

Testing/Aesthetics

Scale (circle)

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Properly marked out Drilled accurately Symmetrical, smooth

Runs, blobs, pencil marks Screws not fitting correctly Loose, falling off

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Decoration is evenly applied All parts securely attached A quality product

Edges of aluminium rough Edges of plywood rough dirt, uneven, glue stains,

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Edge of aluminium smooth All surfaces sanded smooth Unscratched, smooth

Screw heads not tight Spaces unequal 1 Cracks. Holes too close to edge

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Basic shape Unidentifiable animal 1 Colours unrealistic Simple, plain, no originality Not desirable, limited appeal No one wants to use it 1 Doesn’t get used

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Interesting and attractive Clearly identifiable animal Realistic painting Imaginative, original Attractive to target market People want to play on it Will get used a lot

MAKING Level 3

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I have been accurate and made my key board look like my chosen design idea. My painting is accurate and neat. There are no sharp edges on the plywood or the aluminium.

I am confident to use all of the tools and equipment. I have used all the tools and I am confident that I can use them again in a new project.

My keyboard is exactly the same size and shape as my final idea. The colours are identical and I have made the key board with very little help from my teacher.

I have made my key board with no extra help from my teacher. The key board has no errors and is exactly as my design idea. I am very confident that I could make another product using these tools and equipment.

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EVALUATION Level 3 Have you made a few general comments about your key board.

Level 4 Have you made a few general comments about your key board and suggested a few basic improvements?

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Have you compared your key board with your design criteria?

Have you tested your desk tidy and discussed in detail how well it meets the design criteria. Have you then made detailed suggestions about how to meet the demands of the design criteria better?

Have you evaluated your design as it developed and adapted your design appropriately. Have you satisfied the requirements of level 6 ?

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Self Assessment—making grades

Scale

Finish - sanding - Plywood

Is your key hook made to the measurements that were given?

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Have you sanded the edges to a high level? No saw marks remaining and no rough edges at all.

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Is your key hook more/less than 5mm off measurements that were given?

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Have you sanded the edges to a good level? Most saw marks removed and a few rough edges.

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Is your key hook more/less than 10mm off measurements that were given?

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Have you sanded the edges to a satisfactory level? Most saw marks still clear to see and a lot of rough edges.

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No where near the measurements given?

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Have you sanded your edges a little/not at all?

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Cutting out

Painting

Is the plywood exactly the same shape and size as the drawing on page 9? Are there no errors in cutting out?

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Is all painting neat, with no runs or smudges and the same colours as on page 9?

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Is the plywood almost exactly the same shape and size as the drawing on page 9? Are there minor errors in cutting out?

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Is all painting neat but with some runs or smudges but the same colours as on page 9?

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Is all painting messy with a lot of runs and smudges but it is he same colours as on page 9?

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Is the plywood mostly the same shape but a different size as the drawing on page 9? Are all there a few errors in cutting out?

Is all painting messy with a lot of runs and smudges and looks nothing like the idea on page 9?

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The plywood looks a bit like the drawing on page 9? Are all there a lot of errors in cutting out?

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No where near the same design as on page 9?

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Finish—filing—Aluminium

Final Assembly

Have you filed and wet and dry papered the edges to a high level? No cut marks remaining and no rough edges at all.

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Have you filed and wet and dry papered to a good level? Most saw marks removed and a few rough edges.

Have you removed all pen/pencil marks, tightened all screw heads?

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Have you removed most pen/pencil marks, tightened all screw heads ?

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Have you removed some pen/pencil marks, but have loose screws?

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Have you filed and wet and dry papered to a satisfactory level? Most saw marks still clear to see and a lot of rough edges.

Have you got quite a few visible pen/pencil marks and loose screw heads?

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Have you filed and wet and dry papered a little/not at all?

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Keys—removal

Total score:

Do your keys come off your hooks nice and easily?

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Do your keys come off your hooks with a bit of a struggle?

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Do your keys come off your hooks after a lot of pressure has been applied?

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Keys do not fit on the hooks.

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Peer evaluation—making grades Peer assessment: Marked by:

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Scale

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Cutting out

Cutting out

Finish– aluminium

Finish– aluminium

Keys removal

Keys removal

Finish—plywood

Finish—plywood

Painting

Painting

Final assembly

Final assembly Total:

Total:

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Cutting out

Cutting out

Finish– aluminium

Finish– aluminium

Keys removal

Keys removal

Finish—plywood

Finish—plywood

Painting

Painting

Final assembly

Final assembly Total:

Total:

Teacher assessment: Marked by:

Average total score:

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TESTING & EVALUATION Aim: All—use full sentences. Use correct SPG. Check spellings. Justify your answers. AIM:

LEVEL 5 Compare outcome with original design LEVEL 6 Test in use. Make detailed comments & suggest improvements

Complete the table below by asking your classmate what they think of your designing and making. When you are asked be honest and give your true opinion. Do not be generous to your friends and harsh to others but give the score that you consider the work deserves.

Criteria

Is it well made?

Is it well finished?

Can I hang it up ?

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Does it have a suitable wildlife theme?

How well does it promote wildlife?

Does it hold keys?

Pupil I Pupiltask: task:Answer Answerthe thefollowing followingquestions questionsininfull fullsentences:sentences:1.

How well does your own key holder measure up to the features listed in the design criteria?

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How could you improve your score for each of the features if you were going to make the key holder again?

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What additional features might improve your product? Sketch what the new key holder would look like with the improvements on a new sheet. Attach your sheet to this page.

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Show your key holder to each member of your family. What do they think of your final design? Record their comments and attach to this page.

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Literacy—extended learning task. How much do you know? Use www.technologystudent.com to help you. 1

To help you with the crossword: Anvil Belt Sander Bolt Chisel Chuck Die Drill Drill Bit File Glue Gun Hacksaw Hammer Mallet Nail Power Tool Rivet Screw Screwdriver Spanner Tongs Vice

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A saw for cutting metal and plastic. (7) A tool for applying an impact. (6) A thin, straight metal pin used to join pieces of wood. (4) A tool for forming materials - another name for a ‘mould’. (3) A cutting tool which cuts circular holes. (5,3) A shaping tool for plastics and metals. (4) Tools for picking up hot materials. (5) A tool for turning nuts. (7) A part of a drill used to hold the drill bit. (5) A metal peg with a head on one end - used for joining pieces of metal together permanently. (5) A tool powered by electricity. (5,4) Down

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A tool for tightening a screw. (11) A large hammer with a rubber or wooden head. (6) A rotary tool for boring holes. (5) A large heavy iron block used for resting metals on when shaping them. (5) A sanding machine which uses a moving belt of abrasive material. (4,6) A bar of metal with a thread, used for fastening. (4) A tool for applying glue. (4,3) A joining device with a pointed shank with a spiral thread. (5) A tool for shaping wood. (6) A tool which grips tightly, often secured to a workbench. (4)

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LITERACY, KEY INFORMATION & SELF-GUIDED LEARNING

Keywords

Tools & Equipment

Stable Colourful Distinctive Quality Rough Great Un stable Wobbly Inaccurate Precise Decorative

Steel rule Coping saw Centre punch Pillar drill Twist drill Vice Try square Hand file Scroll saw Engineers square Junior hack saw

wet and dry paper work bench cork block acrylic paint

Extra information and self guided learning

How to: websites Marking out

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www.technologystudent.com Challenge Website

Project Portfolio

accuracy annotate design dimension draw file evaluate file manufacture aluminium quality Quality Assurance Quality Control ruler safety properties Try-square Scriber Engineers square Scroll saw Hard wood Softwood Manufactured board Board plywood

Adjectives

Scroll saw Use a hacksaw

Engineers square drilling

Label these tools correctly

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