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Key Stage 4 Sustainable Habitats (Project 3)   year 10 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 33 Identify the various course targets and be able to record them Write the Homework in your diary Intro to course & lesson structure. No hands up 'quiz' on what we already do to reverse the trend of Global Warming all should design a brief sheet and produce a basic Gantt diagram Books and resource sheets on global warming, architecture and the environment. Sustainability worksheet Prepared Gantt Diagram template sheets and GCSE Assessment marking sheets Research and present an illustrated paper on the social and environmental Impacts of Global Warming keywords, Sustainability, global, CO2, carbon, conservation, energy
Introduction to Brief Perceive how sustainable living may play an important role in halting Global Warming, with all peoples making a contribution Get out last week's homework Construct an illustrated "Brief" page. Produce a Gantt Diagram identifying the timing of course targets and content.   most should design an illustrated brief sheet and produce a basic Gantt diagram with one page of research notes  
  Receive information about Agenda 21 Draw three house forms (3D) in which you would like to live (one should be unconventional) Introduction to "sustainability" in the context of Habitat design and marketing   some should design a quality brief sheet and produce a detailed Gantt diagram with detailed research notes   Numeracy,
  Review the stratagy for pursuing active research (in the form of a mind map).   Review Agenda 21, the causes of GlobalWarming and its consequences, the need for rappid and sustainable habitat design/construction     HB pencils, A3 Paper, line guides, crayons - and tie tags  
      Consider the result of natural disasters - economic and social change requiring massive migration.         ICT
                 
4-6 of 33 Compare different architectural styles and discuss their merits Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Review last week / session topic Discuss which types of habitat are preferred by the group - small group Q+A session on implications. all should choose a type of habitat to design prepared Question Paper Complete and amend a question paper with Family and Friends about the imacts of Global Warming, for graphic presentation of Graphs and charts keywords, Doric, Ionic and Corinthian pillars, classical, Tudor, Georgian, Edwardian, Modern and post-modernist. because, however & therefore
Resarch Info & Context Analyse planning constraints and decide how they will affect habitat design (info from SBC Planning Office) Get out last week's homework Gallery review of last weeks homework - produce a collective notation of observations re. "habitats" from different parts of the world   most should choose a type of habitat to design and recognise some planning constraints A3 and A4 paper, pencils, standard drawing equipment, sissors and glue sticks  
  Analyse the significance of the "Golden Section / Mean" - ratio 1 : 1.618 and "symmetry" in good architectural design List and/or thumbnail sketch (in the context of habitat and completed homework) all the different stratagies being used to reverse global warming Look at Architectural styles and planning constraints. Paired work on types of home - feed back to whole group and analyse requirements of each type   some should choose a type of habitat to design, choose a style and note constraints with a view to promting the idea Resource sheets on styles of Architecture and the planning process / regulations   Numeracy, percentages, levels, scales and ratios - ie. 1:1.618
  Review the use of various materials and construction methods   Reinforce the use of conjunctions in reasoned full sentances (because, however & therefore). Pupils to choose type of home that they will focus on for their project.     ICT, one lesson in the ITC suite for internet research on house design, styles, materials and construction   ICT, one lesson in the ITC suite for internet research on house design, styles, materials and construction
  Determine the type of house you would prefer to work with in their project   Possibility - receive visit from David Potter, Planning Officer, to provide liaison and research input        
                 
7-9 of 33 Identify the categories needed to produce a comprehensive specification Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Review last week / session topic Pupils to look at the presentation of each others final specification all should produce a basic draft and final specification. Also have evaluated peers work. Pool of research materials Complete the formative analysis of research including a sumative analsys relevant to the specification drafted today. keywords, "must, should & may"
Evaluation to Specification Organise the requirements of your habitat / promotion into a logical layout Get out last week's homework Introduction to the detailed specification - categorising a list based on "must, should & may"   most should produce a detailed draft and final specification. Also have discussed peers work. Help sheet on specification writing from textbook  
  Understand the need for a clear specification Assemble all Research pages and put them in a chosen order - (group to compare different approaches) Pupils write a draft specification. Peer evaluation of draft specifications - to attach comments, use "post- it's"   some should produce a highly detailed draft and final specification and been helpful evaluating peers work. A3 and A4 paper, pencils, standard drawing equipment, sissors and glue sticks   Numeracy, measurement and scale 1:100
      Pupils write a final specification for their chosen habitat / promotion - to include given size constraints     Line Guides and post - it notes  
      Students to tie tag and hand in all course-work for formal assessment.     ICT, one lesson in the ITC suite for writing the draft specification   one lesson in the ITC suite for writing the draft specification
                 
10-12 of 33 Recognise all the different methods of pictorial drawing and be able to use a range while drawing ideas Write the Homework in your diary Review last week / session topic What makes a good idea? - group discussion based on how they made their choices all should produce some ideas for habitat designs using recognisable drawing methods and descriptive notes A3 paper, pencils, highlighters, drawing boards Complete a PD7308 Convention - Orthographic Prep Sheet keywords, construction, intersection, bold, feint, straight even, edge and surface
Development of Ideas Derive a range of different possible solutions to a problem from the task and specification Get out last week's homework Pupils to add further "rapid" ideas to homework - 3D thumbnail sketches with annotation. Refer to habitat research material.   most should produce a range of ideas for habitat designs using recognisable drawing methods with reasoned annotation    
  Choose from a range of ideas basing your judgement on previously known criteria Draw examples showing all the different methods of pictorial drawing Choose two (2) "final" ideas based on evaluating initial ideas against their specification and brief   some should produce a wide range of ideas for habitat designs using several recognisable drawing methods with reasoned annotation     Numeracy, counting (many)
  Make constructive use of annotation to amplify your decisions   Draw final ideas neatly using pictorial methods to a larger scale and add annotation        
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13-15 of 33 Illustrate a comprehension of important rules for orthographic drawing Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Review last week / session topic Peer evaluation of BS-PD7308 - to attach comments, use "post- it's" all should make use of basic drawing rules to produce a drawing A4 & A3 paper, pencils, red pens, erasers, rules post - it notes Prepare alternative ideas for modification of initial development keywords, British standards, (PD7308) construction, outline, ends to middle, projection, elevation, hidden detail, cross section.
Orthographic Planning Select and use the relevant guidelines to enable a readable drawing to be produced Get out last week's homework Drawing of set piece item to introduce skills needed for architectural third angle orthographic drawings   most should make use of a range of drawing rules to enable others to read the work accurately Drawing boards, blades, set squares ("standard equipment")  
  Demonstrate the ability to make use of the available equipment to produce clear, neat, readable drawings Do a rough orthographic layout sketch of your chosen ideas on A4 paper Pupils prepare A3 sheet for first orthographic drawing of their habitat   some should make use of a wide range of drawing rules to enable others to read the work accurately ICT, CAD if computer resources are available and students have had the prior training   Numeracy: dimensions, scale, measuring,
  Measure and draw with accuracy (psychomotor)   Make a choice of FINAL idea before producing "working drawing" of FINAL idea to BS-PD7308         ICT, CAD if computer resources are available and students have had the prior training
               
                 
16-18 of 33 be aware of the need for modelling and seeing things in three dimensions when designing Write the Homework in your diary Homework check. Review last week / session topic Recap learned techniques & concepts. Discuss what will be necessary for the making of a promotional model. all should complete a test model and make at least one (1) major modification applied to a copy of the orthographic drawing. Complete mechanisms worksheet. Card, sellotape and glue for modelling. Mechanisms worksheet. Complete a three dimensional (sensitively) couloured rendering to promote your design keywords, MODS, adjust, modify change, develop
Development and Modifications know how to use card to make a 3D model of their design ideas Get out last week's homework complete orthographic drawing and photocopy same. Produce a development in light card to test out the form. Check for errors and need for modifications   most should complete a test model and make up to three (3) detail modifications applied to a copy of the orthographic drawing. Complete mechanisms worksheet scissors, guillotine and light (3 sheet) card  
  understand how the model can be used to provde formative evaluation of designs Review neighbour's homework and adjust your own (add and/or modify accordingly) Using a RED pen, correct a copy of the original orthographic drawing accordingly.   some should in addition act as peer mentors to assist the team. UHU glue, red technical pens   Numeracy, Measurement, scale, estimating
  Compare the difference between a "test" model and a finished "promotional model"   Single period: cover issues relating to mechanisms - LOCI and the drawing of movement in relation to wind-mills, linier to circular, pivots, levers and gearing ratios.     Exemplars of "promotional models" - also photographs of the promotional model of the new school  
  Understand the relevance of mechanisms and motion in the relation to the project.   Students to tie tag and hand in all course-work for formal assessment.     ICT, CAD if CAD was used as a resource the previous week   ICT, CAD if CAD was used as a resource the previous week
                 
19-21 of 33 Explore different mediums for rendering and choosing a preference Write the Homework in your diary Produce a Formal two point perspective drawing of their habitat including the environs. Gallery - evaluate the product and style of the work within the group all should complete one full 3D drawing with rendering using a chosen media standard A3 80 gsm paper and paper for the starter . Computer setup Design and develop a house/habitat Developer's Logo (from three different ideas) keywords, perspective, planometric, isometric, oblique
Promotional Rendering Develop skills and techniques with the chosen medium Get out last week's homework Produce a planometric view of their Habitat   most should complete both a planometric and 2 point perspective drawing, one with colour rendering. A3 130 gsm cartridge paper, plywood boards, gummed tape  
  Apply what has been learned to a final rendering of your habitat to produce a quality result Freehand sketch two different 3D views of your habitat (fast pace - 5 min. each) Explore different media to produce a colour rendering of one (1) of the pupils 3D drawings   some should have progressed towards colouring photcopies of their work to develop promotional material watercolours, fine pointed watercolour brushes, air-brush process colours, three air brushes and hose. Black technical pens 0.5 and 0.3   Numeracy, measuring and scales, 1:100 - 1:50 - 1:25
  Decide what works and correct errors when necessary or choose to start again   Discuss - techniques to assure quality and control of the chosen media      
  Evaluate the technique and style of other's work and resolve to develop my own technique accordingly   Evaluate the technique and style of other's work to examine further possibilities     Standard drawing equipment and hard "Fairy" green laundry soap for washing the brushes   ICT computer, scanning and printing
                 
22-24 of 33 Understand the need for foreward planning and predict time allotments for tasks undertaken Write the Homework in your diary Sequential planning towards the making of a model - FLOW charts, time lines and illustrated "how to" steps in order of making. Health and safety check - checking tools and resources, complement on individual and group organization skills. all should complete an illustrated sequential model making plan and begin the "making" A3 paper, pencils, crayons, water colours, technical pens, stencils and standard drawing equipment. Other Glues and finishes, card, MDF, wood and sponge etc Work on conponant construction at home and/or Design a Brochure promoting Sustainable Housing Development - involve your project designs keywords, sequence, order, process, start, decision box and finish
Planning of/and Making (making) Choose appropriate tools and materials to apply a sense of realism in your model Get out last week's homework Complete a formal cutting list for all materials requested and provided   most should complete the plan with quality and colour where appropriate and establish all necessary component parts  
  Develop an appreciation of "pace" in order to meet the deadline Write a sequence for making a cup of tea (use worksheet courtesy JM) Carefully and accurately measure and mark out all parts of the model   some should annotate beyond meere description and provide reasoned comments against each stage of manufacture Cup of Tea Worksheets and Cutting lists   Numeracy, comprehension of time
  Appreciate a sense of quality and value for the work undertaken   Paint and /or finish all componant parts before final cutting and assembly     super glue, fine flat brushes, pointers, process colours and white acrylic paint, red and black technical pens  
  Relate to the value others place within their own work           ICT
                 
25-27 of 33 Understand the need for foreward planning and predict time allotments for tasks undertaken Write the Homework in your diary Painting and finishing of componant parts Health and safety check - checking tools and resources, complement on individual and group organization skills. all should base paint and apply finish where necessary to all relevant component parts super glue, fine flat brushes, pointers, process colours and white acrylic paint, red and black technical pens Work on conponant construction at home and collect found objects for model production - scale 1:100 keywords,
Model Making Choose appropriate tools and materials to apply a sense of realism in your model Get out last week's homework Cutting and assembly of componant parts most should apply detail to some of the parts and begin cutting and assembly  
  Develop an appreciation of "pace" in order to meet the deadline Review safety procedures when using knives - prepare one half of the room for model work and the other assembly of folder work Health and safety check on the appropriate use of adhesives (glues)   some should complete painting/finishes, apply detail and assemble most component parts Other Glues and finishes, card, MDF, wood and sponge etc   Numeracy - scale and measurement
  Appreciate a sense of quality and value for the work undertaken Individual work with small team cooperation to complete tasks.     A3 Printer, fast Graphics computer and A3 scanner.  
  Relate to the value others place within their own work   Neat cnd orderly clearing away before the Plenary session     Double sided A4 Kodak Photo Paper and A3 Brochure paper   ICT
                 
28-30 of 33 Develop a sense of Quality Assurance by establishing controls in the work Write the Homework in your diary More painting and finishing of componant parts Health and safety check - checking tools and resources, complement on individual and group organization skills. all should finish paint and apply other finishes where necessary to all relevant component parts super glue, fine flat brushes, pointers, process colours and white acrylic paint, red and black technical pens Work on conponant construction at home and write a draft sumative evaluation with direct reference to the specification keywords,
Assembly and Finishing Choose appropriate tools and materials to apply a sense of realism in your model Get out last week's homework Final assembly of componant parts   most should apply detail to most of the parts and continue cutting and assembly  
  Develop an appreciation of "pace" in order to meet the deadline Again review safety procedures when using knives - prepare one half of the room for model work and the other assembly of folder work Error correction in the model making and recording what was done in the folder work.   some should complete painting/finishes with detail and assemble all component parts, and be able to assist others. (peer mentors) Other Glues and finishes, card MDF, wood and sponge etc   Numeracy
  Appreciate a sense of quality and value for the work undertaken (QA & QC) Finishing touches to all aspects of the model.     A3 Printer, fast Graphics computer and A3 scanner.  
  Relate to the value others place within their own work providing support and peer assistance wherever possible         Double sided A4 Kodak Photo Paper and A3 Brochure paper   ICT
                 
31-33 of 33 Comprehend the need to meet the final deadline on time Write the Homework in your diary Complete Final Sumative Evaluation in context of the Specification. Complete any other outstanding work. Present work bound with tie tags. Awards for peer evaluated best project and best effort - general summing up and encouragement towards final project all should bind all work completed to-date with an attached marking sheet and sumative evaluation. New A3 GCSE Mark sheets Finalise three different outline briefs for the Final Project - choices are negotiable - consider well your ability and funding keywords, Final, sequential
Final Assembly and Evaluation understand the need to place pages in the natural order/sequence of the design process. Get out last week's homework Higher Students to complete extra pages (see "some should").   most should neatly complete and bind in sequential order their project paperwork. A3 Paper, Pencils, Black and Red technical pens  
  Reflect on a real sense of achievement , completing the body of coursework Sketch out or list order of pages to be presented in your project Possibility - receive return visit from a Planning Officer, to review students' completed work.   some should complete a Content's Page, new Front Cover, and Bibliography. A3 Printer, fast Graphics computer and A3 scanner. New colour cartridges for A3 colour Printer Key Black, Magenta, Cyan and Yellow   Numeracy
  Support each other in the final effort and recognise the quality of the work being completed   The third lesson in this section should be devoted to assessing ideas for Final Projects.      
  Host a visit from and receive approbation from the Borough Planning Office/rs.   What in experience might - or might not be advisable according to the students level of performance and understanding.         ICT
                 
1-2 of 4 Establish Individual Year 11 Final Exam Coursework Outline Briefs Write the Homework in your diary Identify and draw out a range of possible products that could be designed Discuss the viability of projects and provide approbation for the unique efforts achieved all should establish their preferences Books from the library - a multitude of exemplars Logically consider and propose a range of ideas in the light of what was learned in the lesson keywords (to be added later)
Final Project Prep. Explore a range of possible ideas for an outline brief Get out last week's homework Establish the means of providing a Graphic promotion of these products   most should record their preferences in both words and illustrations Homework Sheet assisting the decision making process  
  Identify personal interests that might be helpful towards making a decision on the Outline Brief make a list of "first thoughts" and share them with the group. Create a group "brain storm" sheet Explore a range of possible individual ideas for a final project   some should make a definitive choice for an "individual" or "team" project     Numeracy
  Consider a range of possible outcomes asking the question "What is it I want to achieve?"   Identify a joint project that all or most of the candidates could work on together as a team        
  Prioritise posibilities in order of preference according to preference and viability   Identify and draw out those ideas in words, images and/or mindmaps         ICT
                 
3-4 of 4 Consider time constraints and access to financial resourses Write the Homework in your diary Reflect on the success of past projects and consider what made them successful Point to the Summer vacation as being a good time for some enjoyable research - (in between the relatity of demands from the rest of the curriculum). Provide encouraging "pep talk" all should recognise that the purpose of their project is to get the best possible grade at GCSE and allow them to demonstrat their abilities Standard drawing office equipment Gather "bags full" of research material for your final project possibilities. keywords
Final Project Prep. Identify the posible cost of the project in (1). time and (2). money Get out last week's homework Establish in writing and sketches, the constraints that will imact a final GCSE Prroject   most should have established a logical decision about their proposed project Homework Sheet  
  Explore constraints that would/may be problematic in the light of experience Explore and identify possible/potential partnerships and links between individual project choices. Set out a proposal for a final outline brief   some should have developed a strong motivation for their chosen project News sheet and baud felt tip pens   Numeracy
  Weighing up the pros and cons decide on a final brief.   Draw out a plan/timeline for your reseach campaign     2 Computers attached to the internet  
  Establish a campaign of research   Submit final outline brief for approval and assessment/guidance         ICT