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					Design and Technology Department Textiles Schemes of Work Year: Unit Title:
Week Number 1-2 Learning Objectives To know the meaning of design and Technology To understand that the material areas of Food, Resistant Materials all involve Design and Technological experiences / activities To understand the safety rules To know what a design brief & specification is. To learn how to produce a tie dye piece of fabric

7 Components & Manufacturing - Pencil Case
Activities (Teaching and Learning Methods)
* discussion – what is design and technology * Intro to the course Safety Discussion – complete “rules” worksheet * Design Brief Read through sheet

Differentiation

National Curriculum Programme of Study

Resources

Homework

7b 1d 3a

What is D&T sheet (AUTUMN TERM ONLY) Bordered Sheets Front Cover

Evaluation of design ideas

Key Assessment Objectives To Assess Pupils Attainment (level 1-5) Pupils complete focused practical tasks to develop techniques, skills, processes and knowledge. Pupils generate suitable, alternative and original design ideas Pupils evaluate design ideas and modify their proposals to ensure they meet the specification .

Assessment Techniques Formative Via group discussion of health and safety. Formative: Design Ideas

Curriculum Links Art Science

List of Key Words

Design brief sheet “Rules” Worksheet

Pupils produce 2 fabrics that are tie dyed Produce 2 designs of your pencil case on bordered paper: - choose colour of zip - design a small pattern on the pencil case, which can be created using hand embroidery (think about the use of colour).

One to one help

Red Files Sticky Labels Exemplar work Exemplar tie dye fabrics Fabric x 40 Dye baths Rubber bands Newspaper, bowls etc… Design Sheet Exemplar work – ideas x 9 A4 plain paper CrayonsRulers

To learn how to produce design ideas

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Learning Objectives

Activities (Teaching and Learning Methods)
Demonstration of using the Sewing Machine Health and Safety Rules Of using the sewing machine & general demonstration to the whole group of the sewing machine. IN small groups (6) demonstrate how to use the sewing machine Pupils practice on small scraps of fabric Sewing Machine Driving Test The rest of the group produce health and safety posters for using the sewing machine on bordered paper

Differentiation

National Curriculum Programme of Study

Resources

Homework

Key Assessment Objectives

Assessment

Curriculum Links

3-4
To learn how to use the sewing machine To learn the safety rules of using the sewing machine

One to one help
Picture worksheet to aid in the understanding of using the sewing machine

2a

Sewing machine health and safety rules Sewing machine sheet with picture on and table for stitches Sewing machine driving test Sewing machine driving license. Scraps of fabric cut into squares Sewing machines Bobbins Threads Machine needles Scissors

Complete the equipment sheet

Level 1-5 To use equipment with some precision

Formative: Art Q&A when using sewing machine Driving test

5 - 11

To learn how to attach a zip To learn how to produce a plain seam and neaten it To learn how to use embroidery stitches

Demonstration of how to pin and tack the zip to the fabric Sewing the pencil case together

One to one help By outcome - Encourage the use of simple embroidery stitches

2c

All Stitched up handout Planning Sheet Exemplar’s of each stage of attaching the zip

Complete all Stitched up handout

Level 1-5 To work with a range of materials, components and processes

Formative Q&A

Complete Planning * 40 x fabric pieces Sheet for pencil case &
all stitched up handout * Hand needles * Thread * 20 zips * Sewing Machines * Embroidery thread

The planning sheet must include major stages in the correct order

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Learning Objectives

Activities (Teaching and Learning Methods)

Differentiation

National Curriculum Programme of Study

Resources

Homework

Key Assessment Objectives

Assessment

Curriculum Links

12

Learn to evaluate a product Learn how to present information to a group of people Leant to use criteria to judge the quality of other people’s products.

Evaluation and Peer Assessment Pupils individually complete the evaluation form In pairs pupils assess each others work Presentations Pupils present: * what have I done well / not well / would I do differently next time

Differentiat ed evaluation sheet

3b 3c

Peer Assessment Sheet Evaluation Sheet Mark each other’s presentation,

Level 1-5
Tests and compares product to specification Identifies what is working well and not so well. Suggests what could be improved

Summative – * Peer Assessment * Evaluation Summative – the completed project & product