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The design and technology entitlement area (National Curriculum)
The design and technology entitlement area involves students in:
developing and applying knowledge and understanding of materials, components, systems and control and how they can be combined and processed for design , industrial and manufacturing purposes
developing, planning and communicating ideas that take into account technical, social, aesthetic and environmental concerns and respond to needs, function, and industrial practices
working with tools, equipment and computers (CAD and CAM) to produce quality products through product analysis, focused practical tasks and design and make activities, including activities related to industrial practices
evaluating processes and products in a discriminating and informed way.
The analysis of technical objects reveals concrete examples of forces and motion.
Forces acting on the parts of a mechanism can change their motion and impose mechanical stress that may deform or break them.
The application of the concept of force enables students to better understand simple machines and their uses.
The study of forces and motion also makes it possible to understand mechanisms that transmit motion (e.g. gears, pulleys, endless screw) and those that bring about a change in motion (e.g. cams, connecting rods).
The design or analysis of a technical object or technological system is based on fundamental concepts of mechanics and on design and analysis processes specific to the field of engineering.
In mechanics, these concepts involve the linking of parts and the most common mechanical functions, as well as the transmission and transformation of motion (familiar types of links, guiding controls and mechanisms that allow for rotational or translational motion). In the design and analysis of an object or a system, such technical knowledge makes it possible to justify the use of different shapes and materials, to apply or explain operating principles and to use or suggest construction solutions.
Many objects and systems designed to meet human needs fall into this category (e.g. stethoscope, inhaler, thermos).
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