Design Technology Resources: Packaging 5 Lesson Bundle

Standard

Five lesson bundle on Packaging:

Download Full Resource Bundle Now

1) An Introduction to Packaging Graphics

Slide1
2) Industrial Manufacture of Packaging

Slide1
3) Packaging and materials: The Functions of Packaging

Slide1
4) Product Marketing – The Power of Branding

Slide1

5) Making Products Safe (Packaging)

Slide1

Slide1

Advertisements

Design Technology Resources: An Introduction to Packaging Graphics

Standard

Full lesson resource includes full PowerPoint presentation, lesson plan and activity sheet.

Aims and objectives:

1) Students to evaluate existing packaging graphics used in chocolate boxes.

2) Students to create packaging graphics for a chocolate box.

Download Resource Now

Slide1Slide2Slide8

Design and Technology Resources: Materials and Components – The Garden Spade

Standard

Learning Objectives:

1) Students to investigate the materials and/or components used in manufacturing a product.

2) Students to analyse properties, qualities, advantages and disadvantages of materials/components used in manufacturing a product.

3) Students to justify the choice of materials and/or components.

Download FULL Resource Now

Manufacturing Processes and Materials and Components-page-001Manufacturing Processes and Materials and Components-page-002Manufacturing Processes and Materials and Components-page-003

Design and Technology Resources: Adhesives, Heat Treatment & Finishing Techniques (Industrial and Commercial Processes)

Standard

Learning Objectives:

Students to analyse how to use various adhesives and the preparations involved.
Students to distinguish the advantages and disadvantages of adhesives.
Students to analyse how to use various heat treatments to alter the properties of metals and the preparations involved.
Students to distinguish the advantages and disadvantages of heat treatment.
Students to analyse how to use various finishes to improve the performance, quality and appearance of manufactured products.
Students to distinguish the advantages and disadvantages of finishing techniques.

Download FULL Resource Now

Adhesives and Finishing Techniques - Industrial and commercial processes-page-001Adhesives and Finishing Techniques - Industrial and commercial processes-page-002Adhesives and Finishing Techniques - Industrial and commercial processes-page-003

Design and Technology Resources: Joining Methods (Industrial and commercial processes)

Standard

Learning Objectives:

1) Students to be able to differentiate various temporary and permanent joining methods.

2) Students to be able to analyse how and when to use different types of joining joints and the preparations involved.

3) Students to be distinguish types of joining joints their characteristics, advantages and disadvantages.

Download FULL Resource Now

Joining Methods - Industrial and commercial processes-page-001Joining Methods - Industrial and commercial processes-page-002Joining Methods - Industrial and commercial processes-page-010

Design and Technology Resources: Wasting Tools

Standard

Learning Objectives:

Students to differentiate and be able to select the correct tools when removing waste material during the manufacture of products.

Students to be able to distinguish the tools’ uses, advantages and disadvantages.

Download FULL Resource Now

Wasting Tools - Tools and Equipment in the Workshop-page-001Wasting Tools - Tools and Equipment in the Workshop-page-002

Design and Technology Resources: Marking Out and Measuring

Standard

Learning Objectives:

For students to be able to differentiate and be able to select the correct tools and equipment when marking out and measuring.

Students to be able to distinguish the tools’ uses, advantages and disadvantages.

Download FULL Resource Now

Tools and Equipment in the Workshop-page-001Tools and Equipment in the Workshop-page-002Tools and Equipment in the Workshop-page-009

DT & Engineering Blog: Behaviour Management – Working with Parents

Standard

Here are some tips on how to work collaboratively with parents who don’t consider that their child’s behaviour is problematic in school:

  • clarify the school’s expectations that should be set out in the home/school agreement
  • develop positive relationships with the parents
  • explain that the school seeks to work in partnership with parents
  • let them know when their child has behaved well
  • let parents know that their views are valued
  • keep a reasonably detailed and factual record of incidents like, “Ethan left his seat, went across the classroom and hit James on the back” rather than, “Ethan disrupted the lesson and prevented others from learning”
  • seek advice on school procedures for meeting parents from your mentor.

Design Technology (Textiles) Resources: Product Analysis of Branded Clothing

Standard

Aims and objectives of lesson: To analyse the differences between branded clothing and non-branded clothing. To evaluate why people buy branded clothing over non-branded clothing. To identify a branded clothing and create a product analysis of the branded clothing.

Download FREE PDF copy of resource

Download FULL copy of resource

Product Analysis of Branded Clothing-page-001Product Analysis of Branded Clothing-page-002Product Analysis of Branded Clothing-page-003Product Analysis of Branded Clothing-page-004Product Analysis of Branded Clothing-page-005Product Analysis of Branded Clothing-page-006Product Analysis of Branded Clothing-page-007