Yr Yr 8 Graphics

SUGGESTED SEQUENCE FOR LESSONS – GRAPHICS & ICT - YEAR 8

 


Subject:  Graphics & CAD/CAM

Year Group: 8

Date:  2010/11

 

 

 

 

Module: Playhouse

Number of Lessons: 8


 

 

 

 

LESSON

HOMEWORK

Lesson 1
Starter: Introduce project, give out student module sheets.

Activity: Introduction to drawing in isometric, crating techniques, drawing shapes in isometric.

Plenary: Teacher demonstrates how shapes can be put together to build up a house design.

Assessment: Teacher provides on-going formative verbal feedback during lesson.

Differentiation: Isometric paper can be provided for some students.

Activity: Produce an image board of children’s playhouses.

 

Notes

Lesson 2

Starter: Teacher shows examples of exemplar designs.

Activity: Students design a range of playhouses in isometric using crating technique.

Plenary: Teacher explains the principals of annotation; explaining/ evaluating designs.  Students annotate designs.

Assessment: Teacher provides formative assessment.

Differentiation: Isometric paper can be provided for some students.

Assessment: Check students have produced the homework, no assessment required.

Notes

Lesson 3

Starter: Teacher demonstrates a range of rendering techniques.

Activity: Students practice rendering techniques with pencil and coloured pencil covering wood, opaque and translucent plastic, textured surfaces and shiny metal.

Plenary: Review key words – rendering, opaque, transparent, and translucent.

Assessment: Teacher provides on-going formative verbal feedback during lesson.

Differentiation: Examples provided for some students to copy.

Activity: Students produce a product analysis using the example and checklist provided.

Notes

Lesson 4

Starter: Teacher explains how to set up 2D Design Tools – A4 isometric.  Teacher demonstrates how to use CAD to draw out their designs and add colour/ rendering.

Activity: Students reproduce one of their playhouse designs on 2D Design Tools and add rendering.

Plenary: Teacher to demo correct way to set up for printing out designs.  Students print out design.

Assessment: Assess CAD using criteria.

Differentiation: TA or teacher to set up A4 isometric.  Differentiation by outcome.

Assessment: Formative assessment provided to students in the form of written feedback and summative assessment using criteria provided (not for students).

Notes

Lesson 5

Starter: Teacher provides instruction on how to draw out net and discusses use of glue tabs.  Provide students with a net to follow (collect in for next class).  Teacher to show how to add name to net using text tool.

Activity: Students draw out net for 3D house.  Add glue tabs and outline for doors windows etc.  Teacher to demo correct way to set up for printing out net.  Students print out net.

Plenary: Peers check net for accuracy and correct glue tabs.

Assessment: See above.

Differentiation: Some students to be provided with net with added glue tabs to follow.  Particular students may require a net from CRL.

Activity: Students complete 2D Design Tools ‘Tools Icons’ homework sheet.

Notes

Lesson 6

Starter: Teacher reviews homework with the whole class, students self assess.  Teacher shows exemplar to class.

Activity: Students render playhouse models.

Plenary: As required.

Assessment: No assessment required.  On-going feedback provided.

Differentiation: Examples provided for some students to copy.  Differentiation by outcome.

Assessment: Teacher goes through ‘Tools Icon Sheet, students self assess.

Notes

Lesson 7

Starter: Teacher demo of safe cutting techniques with craft knife, cutting mat, steel ruler and scoring techniques with scissors.  Cover hazards and control measures.

Activity: Students cut out net and assemble.  Teacher photographs houses and upload to CRL.

Plenary: Review models with whole class.

Assessment: Summative assessment for teacher’s records.

Differentiation: Some students may require scissors to cut out net.

Activity: Students complete ‘Tools & equipment’ sheet.

Notes

Lesson 8

Starter: Peer assessment of ‘Tools & equipment’ sheet.

Activity: Students upload photo to word document and complete evaluation of model, using appropriate headings e.g. use of rendering, practical modelling skills,

Plenary: Give out folders for students to take home.

Assessment: Recognise achievement with merits.

Differentiation: TA or teacher to upload photo.  Key words provided as a scaffold.

Assessment: Peer assessment of ‘Tools & equipment’ sheet.

Notes