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Different groups of students will complete units in Graphics at different times during the academic year. Year 7 In Year 7 our aim is to provide opportunities for students to gain an understanding of how Graphics, and design and technology as a wholefits in to the world outside of school.
Students are introduced to the design process whereby ideas become high quality products that are fit for their intended purpose. The project covers past and present designs, cultural issues, smart and modern materials, mechanisms and card engineering, 2D and 3D design using both traditional drawing techniques and computer-based design software.
Year 8 In Year 8 our aim is to provide opportunities for students to use a wider range of tools, materials and techniques within the area of Graphics.
This project covers a variety of industrial processes and methods of manufacture, including packaging nets, printing techniques, vacuum forming and one-off, batch and mass production.
We aim to ensure that students learn the necessary skills for GCSE and have the knowledge to enable them to make correct subject choices.
In Graphics, students independently design and make high quality products.
OCR GCSE Design and Technology: Graphics 2 1. Introduction to GCSE in Design Technology: Graphics 4 Introduction to the Innovator Design and Technology Suite 4 Overview of GCSE Design and Technology: Graphics (J) 5 Guided learning hours 5 Aims and learning outcomes 6 Prior learning/attainment 6 2. This website and its content is subject to our Terms and Conditions. Tes Global Ltd is registered in England (Company No ) with its registered office at 26 Red Lion Square London WC1R 4HQ. GCSE Graphic products coursework breakdown Graphic products / coursework breakdown / By Mr K. Cooper 2 Sheet 3 – Research starting point (Research) Research starting point: On this sheet you will brainstorm what sections you will research. It will help you address all the areas where you will be required to gain information.
Students are challenged to create an effective corporate identity for a business of their own choice and produce a quality model product to promote it; this encouraging them to experiment with ideas and explore new and alternative methods for making graphic products.
The project covers designer and artist research, one and two-point perspective drawing, design and presentation skills including rendering and graphic techniques, typography theory, modelling and assembling graphic product.
What to watch also check You Tube and iPlayer: Specialist design-based books and access to websites are available for you to browse at your leisure in A3, on Tuesday and Thursday lunchtimes from 1.Graphics Resources If you have resources to submit, please contact me via the contact page to arrange to send them to me.
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Post Results Services.
Please find below a copy of the Post Results Services form. Post-Results Services Form New GCSE Information Evening Links. OCR GQ Fees List /18 effective from 1 August 1 Version 28 November General Qualifications Fees List /18 Effective from 1 August to 31 July Coursework is now a mandatory part of the GCSE system and a great opportunity for students to be assessed away from the pressures and rigors often associated with regular exams and exam rooms.
Whether for your A-Levels, undergraduate or Masters, coursework is an important part of showcasing what you have learnt in class.