My Secondary School CGG-LLC.com 31-Aug-04
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Key Stage 3 Graphic Products - Play Park Project Year 8 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 of 5/7 Understand that effective design comes through the design process Write the Homework in your diary Re-inforce the design process and set the brief - to design the lasyout and equipment for e new children's play park Plenary to be established all should produce an appropriate mind map Standard Graphics Classroom equipment Analyse the play park you sketched for homework last week using the detailed question sheet keywords, - Mind Map, Specification, Analysis, "must, should & may"
Introduction Be able to analyse the problem set and construct a clear specification Get out last week's homework Mind map considerations required for designing the park and parts. Take care to construct the map to a high standard and use the established criteria   most should produce mind map and specification A3 paper  
    Starter activity to be established Develop a detailed specification for the design using ICT facilities (if available) and writing frame   some should produce a detailed specification and mind map ICT equipment and writing frame   Numeracy,
      Develop detailed questions to be used as an analysis exercise for the park sketched as homework         ICT - Net/graphics computer room - dedicated printer/scanner
               
                 
2 of 5/7 Understand that effective play parks are designed around themes Write the Homework in your diary Re-cap the work completed last week (specifications can be finished next week if not already done). Look at the information provided through the survey results Plenary to be established all should conduct appropriate research and produce ideas Standard Graphics Classroom equipment Survey continued - add location information keywords, kerning, points, serif, typography, "must, should & may"
Design Ideas That good ideas come from having a range of initial ideas Get out last week's homework Set up the start of a 'themes' mind map - start two possibilities and have a thrid 'open'. Transfer to the LRC   most should complete a range of ideas with notes A3 paper  
  That graphics can be used to represent images Starter activity to be established Take 30 mins - pupils to access resources related to their themes and make sketches/notes about 3 different possibilities.   some should complete all work set to a high standard, make an active contribution to the survey responses LRC booked   Numeracy,
      Pupils produce a range of initial ideas based on two of the themes chosen. Annotate ideas using explanation and opinion         ICT, Library Resource Centre
               
                 
3 of 5/7 Understand how to complete a specification Write the Homework in your diary Demonstrate how to use shading and colour. Apply these techniques to the sketches produced last week Plenary to be established all should produce ideas for equipment and play park. General Spec Standard Graphics Classroom equipment Landscape drawing worksheet - complete drawings/symbols keywords, enhance, render, symbols
Developing ideas Know how to make use of shading and colour to enhance a drawing Get out last week's homework Working in pairs - explain equipment ideas to each other, suggest comments to partner - record.   most should annotate, use suitable colour, complete specification A3 paper, colours  
    Starter activity to be established On clean sheet of A3 start to explore plan view of park shape.Introduce how to draw trees, bushes, paths etc   some should complete all sketches / notes / specification and produce graphs / charts of survey Worksheet - landscape drawings   Numeracy,
      Move to ICT room. Complete specification with changes to suit initial ideas   ICT room booked   ICT, room to be booked
               
                 
4 of 5/7 Through careful use of time know that high quality images can be produced Write the Homework in your diary Introduce basic perspective techniques. Make use of support sheets and suitable exercises eg lettering Plenary to be established all should engage with the work and attempt to improve their knowledge and understanding Standard Graphics Classroom equipment Produce an accurate two point perspective drawing of two litter bin designs suitable for use in the play park keywords, perspective, quality
Drawing Skills Know how to use perspective drawing to produce a good qualkity representation Get out last week's homework Using the perspective grid pupils draw a climbing frame in two point. Pupils to add a ladder (degree of difficulty). Shade and use of colour as appropriate   Most should produce examples of drawn objects using perspective methods and colour shading A3 paper, colours  
    Starter activity to be established Attempt a perspective drawing of their themed park. Colour and render.   Produce high quality representation of their own designs Perspective work/helpsheets   Numeracy,
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5 of 5/7 Understand how to produce good quality drawings of play park Write the Homework in your diary Explain model making to begin next week - use examples of GCSE models to illustrate Plenary to be established all should develop my Design - level 4 Standard Graphics Classroom equipment Identifying and bringing in at least one 'found' item for the model keywords, scale, isometric, planning
Drawing Skills Know how to convert these into workable models Get out last week's homework Each piece of play equipment to be drawn carefully and accurately with all dimensions decided. Scale to be used 1/20th   Most should develop my Design - level 5, 6 A3 paper, iso sheets, model planning sheets  
  Revise how to plan for model making Starter activity to be established Explain (revise) isometric drawing technique. Use grid sheets below paper. Pupils select one item of equipment (simplest shape) to draw neatly using iso technique.   some should develop my Design - levels 4, 5, 6     Numeracy,
      Explain model planning process, use planning grid. Explain material ordering process        
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6 of 5/7 Understand how to begin production of models Write the Homework in your diary Continue model planning Plenary to be established all should simple step by step diagram of main stages All tools, materials and equipment for model making Select and re-draw the litter bin designed two weeks ago using iso drawing technique. Fully colour render. keywords, quality control, checklist, social needs
Model Planning/ Making Understand and apply the concept of 'quality control' Get out last week's homework Illustrate materials available. Note checklist of tools, demonstrate use and how to achieve accurate and high standard of finish. Issue materials. Set up groups with different activities in different parts of the room.   most should ensure plans are followed closely. Changes made where needed and noted    
    Starter activity to be established Model planning sheets to be completed when any 'stop' is reached for any reason   some should ensure plans are scrutinised in advance. Potential difficulties noted and suggestions made to overcome     Numeracy:
      Look at litter bin designs and share criteria - cleaning, vandalism. Select/modify         ICT,
               
                 
7 of 5/7 Understand how to assemble models successfully Write the Homework in your diary Check pupil understanding of appropriate techniques through question and answer Plenary to be established all should achieve Level 4 'Making' - work with materials All tools, materials and equipment for model making Complete any outstanding homeworks from this unit of work keywords, Cyan, yellow, magenta, key black; marketing
Model Making & Evaluation Recognise how to market their product Get out last week's homework Introduce 'new' technique-painting. Emphasise value of 'less and often'. Continue model making with emphasis on producing high quality product. Demosnstrate assembling techniques.   most should achieve Level 4 and 5 as above    
  Understand and apply the concept of 'quality control' (2) Starter activity to be established Look at marketing techniques - sign and flyer. To be produced during any 'stop' time.   some should achieve Level 4, 5 , 6 as above     Numeracy
  Know how to evaluate a design   Identify quality control activities and write these on to model planning sheets - eg measure and check, compare to plan, check dry etc         ICT,
               
                 
8 of 5/7 Understand how to assemble models successfully (2) Write the Homework in your diary Check pupil understanding of appropriate techniques - complete model planning sheets Plenary to be established all should write down list of features that work well or not All tools, materials and equipment for model making Preparation for next Technology course Keywords, evaluation, testing
Extension (extra) Lesson Know how to evaluate a design Get out last week's homework Emphasise need to QC on final assembly. Continue/complete model making processes. Complete marketing exercise during any 'stop' time   most should have compared model with proposal. Suggested improvements Evaluation writing frame  
    Starter activity to be established Identify evaluation pfrocesses, conduct peer exercise and complete writing frame   some should have tested product and suggested improvements     Numeracy
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