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YEAR 10 TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT - FABRIC TECHNOLOGY

Achieved
Basic coverage and explanation

Merit
Good coverage with clear understanding and explanation

Excellence
Extensive coverage explaining individual aspects, in-depth understanding evident with detailed explanations

Curriculum Level 4 – Undertake planning that includes reviewing the effectiveness of past actions and resourcing, exploring implications for future actions and accessing resources, and considerations of stake holder feedback to enable the development of an outcome

Curriculum Level 5 – Analyse their own and others planning practices to inform the selection and use of planning tools.  Use these to support and justify planning decisions (including those relating to the management of resources) that will see the development of an outcome through to completion

Criteria:

Planning – Past activities
-  Resourcing


Actions –  Implications
                    - Resources
                    - Stake holder feedback

 


  • Table one is completed.
  • Resources are identified and planned.
  • Stakeholder feedback is evident throughout the planning process.
  • Implications identified.

 

 

Criteria:

Planning – Analyse own / others
                    -  Select / use planning tools
                    -  Decisions supported /   
                       justified
Actions –  Implications
                   -  Resources / management
                   -  Stake holder feedback
                   -  Development through to   
                      completion
  • Table one and two are completed.
  • Planning tools have been selected and used.
  • Decisions are clearly identified and justified.
  • Implications have been identified and remedied.
  • Detailed stakeholder feedback.

 

Criteria:

Planning – Extensively analyse own /          others
                    -  Extensive select / use planning  
                       tools
                    -  Decisions supported /   
                       In-depth justification
Actions –  In-depth study of implications
                   -  Detailed resources/management
                   -  Extensive stake holder feedback
                   -  In-depth development through to
                      completion
  • Table one and two completed.
  • Planning tools have been selected and used.
  • Decisions are clearly identified and extensively justified.
  • Implications have been discussed and remedied with justification.
  • Detailed stakeholder feedback.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                   

 

Curriculum

Objective 2

 

Achieved
Basic coverage and explanation

Merit
Good coverage with clear understanding and explanation

Excellence
Extensive coverage explaining individual aspects, in-depth understanding evident with detailed explanations

BRIEF DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

 

 

The bottom half

 

 

Curriculum Level 4 – Justify the nature of an intended outcome in relation to the need or opportunity.  Describe the key attributes identified in stakeholder feedback, which in turn will inform the development of an outcome and its evaluation

Curriculum Level 5 – Justify the nature of an intended outcome in relation to the need or opportunity.  Describe the specifications that reflect key stakeholder feedback and that will inform the development of an outcome and its evaluation

Criteria:

  • Justify intended outcome against need
  • Stakeholder feedback -

- Key attributes identified

    - Used to develop outcome

 

  • Justify how the final design meets the situation as described by the client.
  • Key attributes are identified.
  • Evidence of stakeholder’s feedback in final design.

 

Criteria:

  • Justify intended outcome against need
  • Stakeholder feedback -

- Describe specifications

    - Used to develop outcome

 

  • Justify how the final design meets the situation as described by the client.
  • Specifications are described.
  • Evidence of stakeholder’s feedback in final design.

 

Criteria:

  • Extensive justification of intended outcome against need
  • Stakeholder feedback -

- Detailed description of specifications

    - In-depth use to develop outcome

 

  • Extensive justification of how the final design meets the situation as described by the client.
  • Detailed description of specifications.
  • Evidence of in-depth use of stakeholders feedback used to develop the outcome.

 

 


 

 

Curriculum Objective 3

Achieved
Basic coverage and explanation

Merit
Good coverage with clear understanding and explanation

Excellence
Extensive coverage explaining individual aspects, in-depth understanding evident with detailed explanations

OUTCOME DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION

Curriculum Level 4 – Investigate a context to develop ideas for feasible outcomes.  Undertake functional modelling that takes account of stakeholder feedback in order to select and develop the outcome that best addresses the key attributes.  Incorporating stakeholder feedback, evaluate the outcomes fitness for purpose in terms of how well it addresses the need or opportunity

Curriculum Level 5 – Analyse their own and others outcomes to inform the development of ideas for feasible outcomes.  Undertake ongoing functional modelling and evaluation that takes account of stakeholder feedback and trialling in the physical and social environments.  Use the information gained to select and develop the outcome that best addresses the specifications.  Evaluate the final outcome’s fitness for purpose against the brief

Criteria:

Investigate and develop ideas for project
Modelling – Stakeholder feedback
 - Develop outcome
                      -  Evaluate outcome

 

  • Investigation and ideas are developed for the bottom half.
  • Concepts show stakeholder feedback, the ideas have been developed and the outcome is evaluated in terms of how well it addresses the situation.

Criteria:

Analyses own and others ideas for 
    project
Modelling – Trialling ideas
                      -  Evaluating feedback
                      -  Select and develop
                         outcome
Evaluate against brief
  • Analyses own and stakeholders ideas for the bottom half.
  • Trialling of ideas  and evaluating key stakeholder feedback.
  • Selecting and developing an outcome that best addresses the specifications.
  • Evaluating against the brief.

Criteria:

  • Extensively analyses own and others

     ideas for project

  • Modelling – Extensive trialling ideas

                      -  In-depth evaluation of                          feedback
                     -  In-depth selection and
                         development of outcome
                -  Detailed evaluation 

                       against brief

  • Extensively analyses own and stakeholders ideas for the bottom half.
  • Extensive trialling of ideas  and in-depth evaluation of key stakeholder feedback.
  • · In-depth selection and development of outcome that best addresses the specifications.
  • Detailed evaluation against the brief

 

Curriculum
Objective
4

Achieved
Basic coverage and explanation

Merit
Good coverage with clear understanding and explanation

Excellence
Extensive coverage explaining individual aspects, in-depth understanding evident with detailed explanations

TECHNOLOGICAL

MODELLING

 

 

 

 Logo Design

 

 

Curriculum Level 4 – Understand how different forms of functional modelling are used to explore possibilities and to justify decision making and how prototyping can be used to justify refinements of technological outcomes

Curriculum Level 5 – Understand how evidence, reasoning and decision making in functional modelling contribute to the development of design concepts and how prototyping can be used to justify ongoing refinement of outcomes

 

Criteria:

  • Model – Used to explore ideas

                   Justifies decisions

                   Refines outcome

 

 

  • Produces a logo
  • Completes a design process
  • Explores other possible solutions
  • Identifies and justifies refinements for future production of logo
  • Completes care label and swing tag

 

Criteria:

  • Model – Trials, analyses and justifies decisions of concepts

                 - Used to show ongoing

     refinement of concepts

 

  • Produces and documents a logo
  • Completes a design process
  • Explores other possible solutions
  • Identifies and justifies refinements for future production of logo
  • Completes care label and swing tag with accurate information

 

Criteria:

  • Model – Extensive trials, analyses and justification of decisions of concepts

                  - In-depth, ongoing refinement

    of concepts

 

  • Produces and records the process to produce a logo
  • Completes a design process
  • Explores other possible solutions
  • Identifies and justifies refinements for future production of logo
  • Completed care label and swing tag have accurate information and are to a high standard

 

 









 

     

 

Curriculum
Objective
5

 

Achieved
Basic coverage and explanation

Merit
Good coverage with clear understanding and explanation

Excellence
Extensive coverage explaining individual aspects, in-depth understanding evident with detailed explanations

TECHNOLOGICAL

PRODUCTS

 

Calico creation

 

 

Curriculum Level 4 – Understand that materials can be formed, manipulated, and/or transformed to enhance the fitness for purpose of a technological product

Curriculum Level 5 – Understand how materials are selected, based on desired performance criteria

Criteria:

  • Materials – understand main materials, how they can be adapted and used on a technology project

 

 

 

  • Calico fabric has been decorated
  • Written descriptions of samples explain fitness of purpose for applied design

 

Criteria:

  • Materials – understanding of properties

-          selection of most 

     appropriate justified against criteria  

     for technology project

 

  • Calico fabric has been decorated
  • A product has been made from the decorated calico
  • Evaluation of end product justifies why the design is appropriate for the end use
  • Written descriptions of samples explain fitness of purpose for applied design

 

 

Criteria:

  • Materials – extensive understanding of properties

-          selection of most 

     appropriate with in-depth justification

     against criteria for technology project

 

  • Calico fabric has been decorated
  • A product has been made from the decorated calico
  • Evaluation of end product justifies why the design is appropriate for the end use and how it meets the specifications
  • Written descriptions of samples explain in detail fitness of purpose for applied

 


 








 

 

Curriculum
Objective
6

Achieved
Basic coverage and explanation

Merit
Good coverage with clear understanding and explanation

Excellence
Extensive coverage explaining individual aspects, in-depth understanding evident with detailed explanations

TECHNOLOGICAL

SYSTEMS

 

 

The Top half

 

Curriculum Level 4 – Understand how technological systems employ control to allow for the transformation of inputs to outputs

Curriculum Level 5 – Understand the properties of sub systems within technological systems

 

Criteria:

  • Identify technological systems
  • Demonstrate control system from input to output

 

  • Identify the processes to  complete the garment for the top half.
  • Identify the quality control points of the production process.
  • Identify tolerances of variations at these control points.

 

Criteria:

  • Identify technological systems
  • Demonstrate the properties of sub-systems to combine and form a complete technological system

 

  • Identify the process to complete the garment for the top half.
  • Identify and explain the quality control points of the production process.
  • Identify tolerances of variations at these control points.

 

Criteria:

  • Detailed identification of technological systems
  • Demonstrates an in-depth understanding of the properties of sub-systems to combine and form a complete technological system

 

  • Identify the process to complete the garment for the top half.
  • Identify and explain the quality control points of the production process.
  • Explain and justify tolerances of variations at these control points.

 

 









 


 

Curriculum
Objective
7

 

Achieved
Basic coverage and explanation

Merit
Good coverage with clear understanding and explanation

Excellence
Extensive coverage explaining individual aspects, in-depth understanding evident with detailed explanations

CHARACTERISTICS OF TECHNOLOGY

 

 

Technological development of the sewing machine

 

 

Curriculum Level 4 – Understand how technological development expands human possibilities and how technology draws on knowledge from a wide range of disciplines.

Curriculum Level 5 – Understand how peoples’ perception and acceptance of technology impact on technological developments and how and why technological knowledge becomes codified.

Criteria:

  • Show how technological developments can affect peoples lives
  • Show how technology uses knowledge from other areas

 

  • Identifies the technological     developments of a sewing machine.
  • Shows how these developments have impacted on peoples lives.
  • Shows other areas of use for this technology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Criteria:

  • Show how technological developments effect and impact on peoples lives
  • Show how and why technological knowledge is adapted for use from other areas

 

  • Explains – what are the effects of the sewing machine technological developments and how these have impacted on peoples lives.
  • Identifies and explains how other technological knowledge (eg computer chips) has been adopted for use in the sewing machine.

 

Criteria:

  • Extensive coverage to show how technological developments effect and impact on peoples lives
  • In-depth understanding to show how and why technological knowledge is adapted for use from other areas


  • Detailed explanation of how the sewing machine technological developments have impacted on peoples lives.
  •  Identifies and demonstrates an in depth understanding how other technological knowledge (eg computer chips, plastic cases) has been adopted for use in the sewing machine.

 









 

 

Curriculum
Objective
8

Achieved
Basic coverage and explanation

Merit
Good coverage with clear understanding and explanation

Excellence
Extensive coverage explaining individual aspects, in-depth understanding evident with detailed explanations

CHARACTERISTICS OF TECHNOLOGICAL OUTCOMES

 

 

 

 

Sewing bag and Roll

 

 

Curriculum Level 4 – Understand that technological outcomes can be interpreted in terms of how they might be used and by whom and that each has a proper function as well as possible alternative functions.

Curriculum Level 5 – Understand that technological outcomes are fit for purpose in terms of time and context.  Understand the concept of malfunction and how “failure” can inform future outcomes

 

Criteria:

  • Outcomes – How they might be 

                         used

    - Who is likely to use

  • Explain function and provide alternative solutions

 

  • Identify how the sewing roll and bag could be used.
  • Identify who would use them for each of the above.
  • Explain the function of each use.
  • Suggest alternative functions/uses

 

 

Criteria:

  • Outcomes – Describe fitness for purpose
  • Explain malfunction and impact on future outcomes

 

 

  • Describe how suitable the sewing bag and roll will be (i.e. fit for purpose) for it’s intended outcome.
  • Describe possible malfunctions with the sewing bag and roll and how you could remedy these.
  • Describe how these malfunctions could impact on future outcomes

 

Criteria:

  • Outcomes – Extensive description of  fitness for purpose
  • Detailed explanation of malfunction and impact on future outcomes

 

 

  • Extensively describe how suitable the sewing bag and roll will be (i.e. fit for purpose) for it’s intended outcome.
  • Give a detailed explanation of possible malfunctions with the sewing bag and roll and how you could remedy these.
  • Give a detailed explanation of how these malfunctions could impact on future outcomes

 









 

 


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