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The Time Project
Lesson 3: Brainstorming (POS)
 
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Programmes of Study

3 Designing
3a To develop and use design briefs and detailed specifications;
3g To generate design proposals against stated design criteria, and to modify their proposals in the light of on-going analysis and product development;

7. Products and applications
Pupils should be taught to relate workings and functions of a wide range of products and applications to:a The intended purpose of the product;

b The components available for use in the product;
c The choice of materials and components and the way in which they have been used;
d The process used to produce them;
e The application of scientific principles;
f The market for which the product is intended;
g The range of alternative products and solutions.



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Introduction
Situation & Brief

Orthographic Drawing

Brain Storming
Plastics Theory
Woods Theory
Metals Theory
Drawing Styles
Tools used
Flowcharts
Vacuum Forming
Quality Control
Finishes

Teacher's Rationale
Programmes of Study

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