Written as a guide to the National Curriculum requirements for Design a Technology, this book aims to help pupils to progress through Key Stage 3 and to ensure that they are well prepared for the start of their GCSE course. It explains what the subject is about and the areas of study involved, and gives an idea of the kind of work pupils are likely to be doing in Years 7, 8 and 9, depending on which areas their school offers. It then provides a check-list of the things pupils are expected to learn about during Key Stage 3, and finally explains the attainment targets and advises on what needs to be done for progression to the next level. Also included in an illustrated glossary of significant design-and-technology words.Welcome to Design and Technology: On Target. This book will help you to progress through Key Stage 3 and make sure you are well prepared for the start of your GCSE course in Design and Technology. You will need to refer to this book throughout Years 7, 8 and 9. ... (pages 8-21) This section explains what a#39; Daamp;Ta#39; is all about, and the various areas of study which are involved. ... Food Technology (sometimes called Home Economics) Arac Textiles Technology (or just Textiles). Differentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Design & Technology|
|Publisher||:||Nelson Thornes - 1998|