Design and Make It!: Food and Textiles, Volume 9
Each project will take 10-12 one-hour lessons, plus homework time. Pupils are given one or more of 8-10 sequential project sheets at one of two levels, appropriate to their ability/level targets. (See sample)Each sheet provides stimulus material and clear prompts for the pupils. These are organised under headings which correspond to the Attainment Target. (See sample)Corresponding template sheets, on which pupils can write and draw, have checklist prompts to help with gathering evidence to support the assessment. On Target: D&T can be used at the same time to help achieve a higher level. (See sample)At the end of the project, the teacher can use the assessment checklist grid to make an overall 'best fit' judgement which can be justified with reference to evidence from specific project sheets. (See sample)
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A3 sheet able achieve already know Applying assessment resources attainment targets Braille Centre Characteristics of level chart Cl Record colours consumer groups design checklist design ideas design proposal design template sheets DEVELOP MY DESIGN Developing Your Design dyes Encourage pupils existing products Family Pride final design Final Evaluation final product finalise finished food technology Form/Group GCSE Give out Project hanging homework images improved ingredients labelled sketch Lesson Plan Give lesson pupils lower level sheets lunch-time food products lunch-time products methods National Curriculum Nature to Design need to find notes Partially Sighted partially-sighted patterns prepare problems Project and Template Project Sheet pupils are given record Resources D Project safety and hygiene satin stitch scone dough recipe sensory test sewing machine shapes Sheet 9 Shortcrust pastry shown when pupils stage straight stitch suggest sure textures vegetarian VVVV wall wall-hanging Write