Name Tutor Group D&T Teacher Design Group
Updated OCT 2010
GetProject the Message title AnAn introduction introduction to to... wood.
Area of focus DESIGNING
EXPLORING IDEAS EXPLORING
IDEAS ANDTASK THE AND THE
PAPER AND BOARD
DEVELOPING AND COMMUNICATION
SYSTEMS AND CONTROL
BUSINESS & ENTERPRISE
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 (verbal)
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
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
Say if design is Write about how same as intended. the product Give an could be explanation improved (verbal)
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
Teacher Assessment TBB PAPA
Average Attainment Level
COMMENTS DESIGN FOLDER
Survey of user needs & preferences
Has met this level to a high standard
No/very little research (verbal)
Has met level to a good standard
TASK: for each section, choose a target level which you are likely to achieve and lightly shade the description box with a coloured pencil.
ATTAINMENT LEVELS,TARGET SETTING & TEACHER
*Also refer to the targets highlighted by your teacher in box 2 on page 3
Is working towards this level
Teacher assessed level for this project
BRIEF AND TARGET SETTING
By doing this project you will: learn how to cut, shape and finish wood 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.
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. “We believe that people should be encouraged to look after our planet. We want to sell products that will spread this idea. The first products will be message pad holders. This will encourage people to recycle paper.” Can you design and make a message pad holder for them? It needs to be suitable for scrap paper and have a wild life theme.
You must: design and make a message holder.
You should:produce at least three ideas with some labels and be accurate in your making and make sure your final work looks like your design idea.
You could:research other fundraising products and develop ideas suitable for the WNO. ADDITIONAL TARGETS
2 3 4
Check that you have completed all of the specification points Add more colour to help enhance your sketches Add more notes to your design ideas saying why you have chosen features Check the accuracy of your marking out before cutting or drilling Check that all surfaces are smooth and safe to handle
ATTAINMENT LEVELS FROM MY LAST PROJECT
ATTAINMENT LEVEL DESIGNING
My targets for this project are:-
ATTAINMENT LEVEL MAKING
ATTAINMENT LEVEL EVALUATION
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INVESTIGATING THE DESIGN PROBLEM You are to design and make a message holder. To make sure your design is successful it must: hold at least 20 pieces of A6 scrap paper securely and attractively have an easily recognisable wildlife theme lie flat, and be able to be hung up.
We believe that people should be encouraged to look after our planet. We want to sell products that will spread this idea. The first products will be message pad holders. This will encourage people to recycle paper.
This list is called a Specification A Pupil task: INVESTIGATION
How many different ways can you think of to hold pieces of paper together? Without using a ruler sketch as many different methods as you can think of. Add notes and labels to explain how each method works. Add some colour too.
B Pupil task: INVESTIGATION and EVALUATION Test each method of holding paper and grade each method on the chart. At the bottom of the chart write down which method you think works best and why.
Criteria 1= poor 2 =OK 3= good Ability to grip Ease of removal of one sheet Quantity of paper held Ease of refill
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IMAGE BOARD A good way to start designing is to look at similar products or at products that are connected to the subject. If for example you were designing a computer it would be a good idea to investigate existing computers to see what they look like and how they work. If you gather lots of images together this is called an IMAGE BOARD. Collect examples of pictures and images of wildlife for example photographs of animals, clipart images, postcards, scanned images from textbooks or from web pages. Create a collage on this page to create your IMAGE BOARD.
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IDEAS The WNO have a stock of square pieces of 6mm plywood (185mm by 185mm) and also a supply of dowel rods, pegs, and treasury tags. They want you to use some of these items in your design. TASK C: Design ideas. The next stage is to design some ideas for the base board. It would be easy to design a message pad 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 message pad based on the theme of wildlife. Keep the shapes simple—remember they will need to be easy to cut out for the base board.
D Pupil task: Show your design ideas to each member of your family. Ask them if they can say what the animals are. Which one would they prefer to have as a message pad holder? Make a note of their comments on this page. Which design are you going to choose. Explain why.
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DEVELOPING AN IDEA Design ideas. The next stage is to develop your ideas for the base board. 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. Draw the idea you have chosen in the middle box A. You will pass your page to 4 other people and they will add their own ideas to yours.
F Pupil task:
Look at the suggestions made. Highlight the ideas that you like best. Add notes to explain why you think these ideas will improve your design.
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FINAL IDEA TASK E: 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 hold A6 paper (148mm x 105mm) and be no bigger than 185mm x 185mm.
GET THE MESSAGE PLANNING YOUR MAKING G Pupil task
Sketch in the boxes how to make your message pad baseboard List any TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT used and explain each stage in the PROCESS column. PROCESS
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
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TESTING and EVALUATION H Pupil task: 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.
Is it well made?
Is it well finished?
How well does it support a piece of paper while writing?
Can I hang Does it have a Does it hold it up and use suitable 20 pieces of it lying wildlife theme? A6 paper? down?
J Pupil task: task: Answer Answer the the following following questions questions in in full full sentences:sentences:I Pupil 1.
How well does your own message pad measure up to the features listed in the specification?
How could you improve your score for each of the features if you were going to make the message pad again?
What additional features might improve your product? Sketch what the new message holder would look like with the improvements on the reverse of this page.
Show your design ideas to each member of your family. What do they think of your final design? Write down their comments below.
PUPIL SELF EVALUATION
If you have completed all of these tasks well you will have reached Level ? . In TASK A have you shown a range of different methods of holding paper?
In TASK C have you created at least 3 different designs based on your research? In TASK D have you asked your family for their opinions and recorded their comments? In TASK G have you created a step by step plan of how to make your message board? Have you used two or more materials and components in your message holder?
Are all the edges neatly finished and smooth? Is your message holder neatly and accurately painted? Does your final message holder look like your design in TASK E? Have you used the pillar drill? Have you used a coping saw or the scroll saw? (underline the one you have used)
In TASK B have you tested and how good each method is and said which you think is best?
In TASKS C & D have you researched what people think of your designs? In TASK E have you checked that an A6 piece of paper fits onto your message holder? In TASKS H and I have you answered all the evaluation questions?
How well have you succeeded in meeting your targets?
ENTERPRISE CAPABILITIES Leadership Try out new ideas Teamwork Creativity Make a risk/award assessment Understand we need a work /life balance Problem solving Empathise with others Handle uncertainty Understand the effects of our decisions on others
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