yr 7 Graphics

 

GLOSSARY OF KEY WORDS

Isometric drawing

3D drawing using 30° angles

 

Tone

Add shading to a drawing

 

Rendering

Colour a drawing to make it look like an actual material

 

CAD/CAM

Computer aided design/Computer aided manufacture

 

Net/Development

Flat 2D layout of a shape before assembly

 

Non-renewable resource

A natural resource that cannot be replaced

 

Renewable resource

A natural resource that can be replenished

 

Card engineering

Manufacturing 3D models from card

 

 

 

 

SOW and LP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Learning and teaching objectives:

·      Acquire competence in isometric drawing (hand skills)

·         Develop skills in shading and rendering using pencils and coloured pencils

·         Develop competence in 2D Design Tools by producing isometric letters and adding 3 tone shading.

·         Use ProDesktop to extrude letter shapes and render in photo album

·         Acquire knowledge of practicing designers (Robert Sabuda)

·         Acquire safe working practices and an understanding of Risk Assessment

·         Develop an understanding in use of CAD/CAM as well as advantages and disadvantages.

·         Look at existing logos to gain an understanding of designing with a view to branding

Using 2D Design Tools to produce their own logo (CAD) and the laser machine (CAM) to cut it out.
 

 

 

DESIGN TECHNOLOGY KS3 - SCHEME OF WORK – YEAR 7

 

Subject:  Graphics & ICT

 

 

 

Year Group:  7

Number of Lessons:  12

 

 

 

 

Focus: Introduction to graphics & ICT

 

 

 

 

Learning and teaching objectives:

·      Acquire competence in isometric drawing (hand skills)

·         Develop skills in shading and rendering using pencils and coloured pencils

·         Develop competence in 2D Design Tools by producing isometric letters and adding 3 tone shading.

·         Use ProDesktop to extrude letter shapes and render in photo album

·         Acquire knowledge of practicing designers (Robert Sabuda)

·         Acquire safe working practices and an understanding of Risk Assessment

·         Develop an understanding in use of CAD/CAM as well as advantages and disadvantages.

·         Look at existing logos to gain an understanding of designing with a view to branding

·         Using 2D Design Tools to produce their own logo (CAD) and the laser machine (CAM) to cut it out.

 

 

 

 

 

POS

Knowledge and Skills



Students should:

·         Complete each of the basic skills covered in the introductory module

·         Produce isometric letters by hand and also by 2DV2.

·         Be able to render appropriately to look like different materials.

·         Design a logo by hand that represents them.

·         Develop the logo using 2D Design to be appropriate for manufacture

·         Teacher demo manufacture of keyring on laser machine using coloured acrylic (opaque)

·         Cut out keyring using laser machine and split ring attached

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POSSIBLE EXTENSION WORK

 

Students could:

 

·         Draw their complete name in isometric with/without use of the isometric paper

·         Hand drawn letters that are more rounded.

·         A large variety of materials rendered on the hand drawn letters

·         Produce their logo on Prodesktop and render by applying different finishes.

·         More extensive letters done on 2D V2 that includes rounded edges

·         Engraving on the lasered logo as well as cutting outline

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resources
Practical example of exemplar project

Example of logo for manufacture on CRL/D&T/KS3/Year 7/CADCAM logo Demo.

Key Fob Designs – GR704

Risk assessment sheet on CRL/D&T/KS3/Year 7/Risk assessment

2D Design Tools sheet on CRL/D&T/KS3/Year 7/2D Design Tools

 

 

Literacy, numeracy, citizenship

Use of key words and glossary of technical terms. 

 Lord Williams’s School, Towersey Road, Thame, Oxon. OX9 3NW

Curriculum Files\KS3\Year 7\Graphics\Introduction to Graphics & CADCAM SOW.DOC