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  1. 1. Welcome to Year 2 Design and technology
  2. 2. Learning objectives for the four sessions To develop knowledge and understanding of Design and Technology in the Primary school through the development of skills in:  Mechanisms  Resistant materials  Food as a material  Textiles as a material
  3. 3. Learning objectives for the four sessions To help you to:  Understand the National Curriculum for Design and Technology  Develop knowledge of health and safety in D&T  Understand the cross curricular nature of D&T  Develop planning skills  Develop assessment skills
  4. 4. Sessions this Year Session 1 – Teddy Bears’ Name Tags  What is Design and Technology in the NC?  D&T across the curriculum  Designing and making card mechanisms
  5. 5. Sessions this Year  Session 2 – Teddy Bears’ Trollies  Making with resistant materials  The three types of D&T activity  Planning D&T activities safely
  6. 6. Sessions this Year Session 3 – Teddy Bears’ Tabards  Making with textiles  Assessing D&T  How do children learn in D&T?
  7. 7. Sessions this Year Session 4 – Teddy Bears’ Picnic Treats  Making with food  Health and Safety in food activities
  8. 8. You should increase your ability to:  Reflect on yourself as a teacher and learner of D & T;  Work safely in D & T;  Use a variety of equipment;  Understand how D & T can be taught alongside with other curriculum subjects.
  9. 9. Design and technology Welcome to Year 2 Session 1
  10. 10. Session 1 Teddy Bears’ Name Tags  What is Design and Technology in the NC?  D&T across the curriculum  Designing and making card mechanisms
  11. 11. Learning objectives for the session To develop knowledge and understanding of:  The Programme of Study for Design and Technology as a framework for designing and making  The cross curricular opportunities offered by D&T Develop the ability to :  Make a simple mechanism
  12. 12. D&T Activities?  Follow the instructions on your card to design and make a product.  Have we been doing D&T?  What evidence do we have for this?  Write a definition of D&T
  13. 13. The National Curriculum The National Curriculum for D & T has 1 attainment target The programmes of study are divided into 5 sections; • Developing, planning and communicating ideas; • Working with tools, equipment, materials and components to make quality products; • Evaluating processes and products; • Knowledge and understanding of materials and components; • Breadth of Study.
  14. 14. Breadth of Study  IDEAS – investigating and evaluating a range of products;  FPTs – focused practical tasks;  DMAs – design and make assignments.
  15. 15. Design and Make Task  Design and make a Name Badge/ Tag for your Teddy Bear to stop him from getting lost during the Teddy Bears’ Picnic.  You need to include a moving part/mechanism that he can play with on the journey.  Make sure that it is well made and attractive as well as clearly displaying his or her name.