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Designing for a Client - Level 6 Sample Unit

Activity 6: Making the product and evaluating use of time

Activity

Supporting the activity

Assessment

Ask students to construct their product to incorporate:

  • the design specifications and standards
  • a range of techniques and equipment to specified levels of accuracy and precision
  • management of resources such as, tools and equipment.

Remind students to refer back to their design brief, preferred design option drawing and sequencing table as they make their product.

 

Ask students to keep a record of how they have used their time in the right side column of their sequencing tables.

Students could use a digital camera to record their progress throughout the production process.

Students will need to document any discrepancies between the proposed time to complete tasks and the actual time taken. They will need to explain why these differences occurred.

Collect students’ Sequencing tables to assess

  • Communication – Presenting
  • Personal Learning - Managing personal learning.

See: Designing for a client rubric

After students have made their product, ask them to write a short paragraph reflecting on how well they allocated their time and what changes, if any, were required.

 

Collect students’ short paragraphs to assess:

  • Personal Learning - Managing personal learning.

See: Designing for a client rubric


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