Hreod Parkway School writer: 25-May-04
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Key Stage 4 Promotional Project (Project 2) Active (Social / cultural shown by subscript)
   
Week / Lesson / topic Objectives: Pupils should Starter activity (linked to main activities) Activities Plenary Differentiation Resources Homework Lit/Num/ICT
1-3 of 18 Identify the purpose of the course & how it fits into the Design Process. Write the Homework in your diary Intro to course & lesson structure. Issue KS4 assessment sheets and provide deadlines (show large SoW) No hands up 'quiz' on developing brochure types - linked to homework all will produce a worksheet of font designs Homework worksheets Complete a typography/Font Research worksheet (provided) KEYWORDS - font lettering, typeface, letterpress, leading, line spacing, kerning and points
Presentation of Brief - Looking at Fonts Identify differing purposes of font styles. Get out last week's homework Go over KEYWORDS - font lettering, typeface, letterpress, leading and line spacing   most will produce two worksheets with descriptive annotation Computer generated font style sheets (in ICT Room preferably)  
  Relate to notion of Promotion (promotional material) Read through the research sheet provided Review resource sheets on the subject of Typography - See new display on wall   some will develop a comprehensive approach to the research with evidence of full reasoning Typography work sheet that relates to the display   Numeracy
  Select and analyse fonts to determine suitability   QA - shape, form, colour, serifs, size, scale embolding, embossing and local / international cultural expectations     Examples of different typography / Fonts  
  Differentiate various aspects of font design   1. Produce a worksheet of hand drawn, own designed fonts and 2. cut, paste and annotate Computer generated fonts     2H and HB pencils, crayons and A3 paper   ICT
                 
4-6 of 18 Differentiate between primary, secondary and tertiary colours in both the process and Munsel circles. Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Review last week / session topic Discuss progress made on mood sheets - following peer evaluation all will complete colouring in and basic labelling Tie tags, pencils, crayons and writing templates Complete colour worksheet keywords: because, however and therefore, should, must and maybe. Magenta, Cyan, Yellow, Key Black, Red, Green, Blue, Orange, Purple, Lime Process, Munsel, Lithography and Genre
Colour revisited Comprehend how colour is changed by its background and determine suitability of colour combinations. Get out last week's homework On prepared printed sheets, complete both a Munsel and Process colour circle   most will generate at least five (5) significant colour combinations with appropriate justification Printing process information sheets  
  Identify appropriate colours for their own design. Analyse use of colour. Write down a priority list of possible colour combinations where two colours harmonise and one contrast. (>3 and <10) Complete combinations of three colours to establish different moods / responses   some will establish a full range of colour combinations with full justification (up to 10) Computer to demonstrate various aspects of colour  
  Annotate in full sentences, using the conjunctions: "because", "however" and "therefore"   Annotate formative evaluations of "colour combinations" in full sentences, using the conjunctions: "because", "however" and "therefore"     A3 cartridge paper 130gsm   Numeracy
  Receive instruction on the Lithographic printing process (industrial practices, systems and control)   Cut and paste and annotate information regarding various printing processes         ICT
                 
7-9 of 18 Recognise the function / purpose of brochures Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Review last week / session topic. Gallery review of students work to peer assess each others layout and quality of presentation / finish all will complete a basic specification and mind map A3 paper, pencils, 0.5mm technical pens and preferably ICT resources Complete a logo worksheet keywords: specification, logo, brand, pamphlet, brochure, image, environmental, mass production and batch production
Specification Formulate ideas that would promote a positive response from the public towards the development of the new school Get out last week's homework Mind map to show analysis of the task   most will complete a detailed specification and mind map showing clear analysis of the task    
  Organise and determine appropriate constraints in a specification list List the elements that would form the content of a school brochure Explore LOGO, BRAND design and Corporate identity / image   some will provide a reasoned specification and mind map showing detailed analysis of the task     Numeracy
  Recognise the limitation of the tools and materials available.   Evaluate the environmental impact of mass and batch pamphlet production and circulation        
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10-12 of 18 Receive images of, and relevant to brands Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Review last week / session topic Pupils to look at partners work and advise on progress - peer assessment with "POST-ITs" all will produce at least five ideas and a rough layout Books on logos and brands Create a sequential plan for making a brochure model. keywords: white and negative space,
Brands, Logos - developing ideas Look at advertising methods combining very few words with images Get out last week's homework Speed drawing of favourite logo / brand   Most will produce more than five ideas and several different rough layouts Newspapers and magazines  
  Select a brand / suitable title to combine with images from their imagination Speed drawing - cat, dog, fish, baby, child, teacher. Two minutes per image. Review, cut and paste known logos and brands   some will produce many different ideas and layouts with justified annotation showing reasoned choices A3 paper, pencils, crayons, scissors   Numeracy
  Create and develop (many) ideas and combinations   Draw their own ideas for new school logo     A4 cartridge paper, pencils, graphic pens, yellow crayons  
  Review notions of layout, golden section and 1/3 rds rule   Draw a rough draft layout for their brochure         ICT
                 
13-15 of 18 Apply previous ICT knowledge to construct / assemble the elements for a brochure to make a final model. Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Review last week / session topic Peer assessment of Quality (Quality Control) - maybe use "Post-its" again all will produce a draft brochure and save it to their workspace ICT suite with colour printing capability essential Make and test first model at home keywords: copy (as used in commercial advertising)
ICT Production of outcome Implement available software to organize layout and appropriate effect with images and words. Get out last week's homework Arrange and layout images and "copy". Apply Finishing touches with some accuracy   most will produce a final copy of their brochure with some modifications A4 paper  
  Apply Finishing touches with some accuracy Log on and lead Publisher and review Brochure templates. Save and print out both sides of the brochure in colour   some will produce a final copy of their brochure with all necessary (reasoned) modifications Two sided colour glossy photo paper   Numeracy
  Evaluate (in sentence form), their's and their neighbour's product. Achieve accuracy in quality and finish. (QA & QC)   Evaluate (in sentence form), their's and their neighbour's product. Achieve accuracy in quality and finish. Pupils to move from screen to screen (QA & QC)     red technical pens  
      Moving towards final assembly,         ICT
                 
16-18 of 18 Compare model of final product with others in the class and evaluate for the best solutions Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. End of Module test Prepare for Final Project ideas - first thoughts. Open discussion. all should be able to vocalise and/or describe the benefits of going through the model making in the design process. Evaluation sheets Prepare for Final Project ideas - first thoughts. Return three possible ideas in priority order. keywords - FINISH, Deadline, Laminating, varnishing, embossing
Assessment and Testing Establish personal final assessment GCSE grades for negotiating the module Get out last week's homework Save and print out both sides of the brochure in colour Completing final assembly,   most will complete their brochure and assemble coursework sequentially and neatly. A3 paper, crayons and black fine markers  
  be aware of the progress you have made in this module List/mind map the skills that you have learned during the module Evaluate - in sentence form - their's and their neighbour's product   some will be able to assist others to complete their tasks HB pencils, rubbers, pencil sharpener/s and stencils.   Numeracy
  Evaluate the progress made and target grades achieved   Evaluate (in sentence form), their's and their neighbour's product. Achieve accuracy in quality and finish. (QA & QC)     Tie tags  
  Indicate preferences in negotiating various aspects of the craft   Peer evaluation of practical outcome         ICT
                 
1 of 1 Obj 1 Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Fill in plenary activity here (on 'ws' sheet) all should be able   Refer to the homework nomally set in the chronological sequence of things keywords
Single Cover Lesson Obj 2 Get out last week's homework Act 2   most will   Alterative Homework sheet 1
  Obj 3 Replace with main starter activity Act 3   some will     Numeracy
  Obj 4   Act 4        
  Obj 5   Act 5         ICT