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Which material and why

This is one of a set of resources produced in conjunction with the engineering company Arconic. The resources are designed to support teaching of key engineering concepts at both key stage 3 and key stage 4, including the new GCSE in Engineering. This resource focusses on selecting appropriate materials for an...
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One-off Production

Students are introduced to 4 different scales of production that they may come across, one-off, batch, mass and continuous through a video clip showing a wide range of products which they need to categorise into a type of production. Details are given on the characteristics of one-off production, and how it can be...
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Continuous production

Students explore the difference between continuous and mass production, noting that there are many similarities but mass production has a large finite number of products made (which is subject to change) and continuous production whilst not infinite does not have a preplanned production size and is subject the market...
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Mass Production

Students watch a car production line to demonstrate mass production taking place. Details are given on the characteristics of mass production, and how it can be applied to engineered products. Students consider how they could describe batch production and its advantages and disadvantages. Students may begin to...
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Batch Production

Students begin by considering what items are produced in batches, and why? Details are given on the characteristics of batch production, and how it can be applied to engineered products. Students consider how they could describe batch production and its advantages and disadvantages. Students may begin to research...
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Textiles 2

Students produce a quick prototype of their sock puppet, using glue as a method of fixing the various components together. They then produce a final detailed evaluation, using no specified method, but being expected to produce an evaluation that meets the given success criteria (pegged to a notional A*-G grading), and...
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Textiles 1

Students are asked to design and make a sock puppet that can be used to promote the social issue of 3-5 years olds starting school. They begin by briefly analysing a simple textile product - their school tie to consider how a relatively simple product still has been designed to be effective. They need to consider a...
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Systems 2

Students produce, using a template for guidance a simple card waving toy, it is expected that the toy is a prototype version and depending on ability may be adapted to suite individual students. Students then carry out a written evaluation of the toy, this is less scaffolded and students should look at the evaluation...
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Systems

Students are asked to design and make a waving animal toy prototype, that could be used to inspire a child aged 5-10 spiritually - to inspire them to be self confident. To start students look at a litter picker and discuss, in pairs or small groups, what is the product. Students look at ideas of animals to inspire...
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Graphics 2

Students use available media to create a final anti bullying logo, this may be replicated t different sizes depending on ability. They then produce an evaluation of their logo using De Bono's hats to guide them with their thoughts on the success of their logo design. Students also have the opportunity to consider the...
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