2011
2015
Year 8 Metals Technology
20 Week Semester Program
Mr. McHale
Name:
Care:
Irene McCormack Catholic College
Metals Programme
1/2/2015
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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INTRODUCTION
This course is part of the Technology and Enterprise Syllabus as described by the Curriculum Framework
of the Western Australian Curriculum Council. There are no prerequisites for this unit.
As well as the Overarching Outcomes This unit develops skills in competencies that are key across all
learning areas. They are the skills people must be equipped with in order for lifelong learning to take
place.
RATIONALE
Students are given briefs that are both open ended and those that are closed or tightly restricted.
The ‘open ended’ briefs allow for greater student involvement in the design phase. A diverse range of
interpretations and possible solutions are evident with this type of brief. The emphasis of teaching and
learning is placed upon learning outcomes relating to investigation, communication, evaluation and idea
development.
In contrast some units of work are delivered with a ‘closed’ brief, that allow students to work to a set of
specifications and constraints that must be met in their responses. These briefs will limit the scope of
ideas but will provide for a particular focus upon learning outcomes relating to production, Information
processing, specific materials and tool use.
This unit gives learners the opportunity to become empowered to design, create, shape, select and use
technologies. It will give learners the chance to be creative, innovative and flexible in their problem
solving as is vital to the continuing advancement of our society.
All of this is delivered with the emphasis on social and moral responsibility as described in the document
“Sense of the Sacred”.
AIM
This unit has been devised on the assumption that its students will have almost no prior knowledge of this
learning area. It has been designed to introduce students to the area as well as give them opportunities
to learn and practice new skills within the context of Metals Technology. It is designed to help students
develop in the following areas
Knowledge and understanding of metalworking practices and principals.

Appropriate safety and hand/machine skills.

To work toward being independent thinkers and problem solvers.

To develop the necessary practical skills to enable the realization to their design aspirations.

To become more self critical of their work and develop effective techniques to improve their work.

To develop safe working practices in a workshop environment.
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES
Students will be assessed on the Technology Process, Technology Skills and Materials outcomes.
design portfolio, attitudinal attributes and their completed models/ products will be assessed.
Their
Students Portfolios may include: design proformas, OHS worksheets, CAD printouts and any other
relevant information.
Teacher observations in the form of anecdotal records will also contribute towards assessment.
Students will be assessed on the Technology Process, Technology Skills, Materials and Systems Outcomes.
ASSESSMENT TIMELINE
Task
Assessment
Weighting
Due date
1. Garden Trowel
Project
_
Week 7
Portfolio
_
Week 7
Project
_
Week 14
Portfolio
_
Week 14
Project
_
Week 20
Portfolio
_
Week 20
2. Memo Pad
3. Whistle
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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DELIVERY SCHEDULE - TERM 1
WEEK
1
TASK
INTRO
ACTIVITY
How to enter the workshop and prepare for a lesson, portfolio expectations.
The safe way to function in a metal workshop the general workshop rules and expectations.
Design Lab – Introduction to drafting and the fundamentals of scaled drawings
1
2
Marking out and cutting. (GARDEN TROWEL PRACTICAL BEGINS)
Design Lab – laying out a technical drawing
1
3
Bending Handle
Design Lab – Further investigation of scale. Students watch explanatory video. Students complete exercise booklet.
2
4
Marking out handle, drill handle, bend handle.
Design Lab – Students practice drawing product to a scale or 1:2
2
5
Mark out spade, drill spade, cut spade.
Design Lab – Students use layout sheet to draw base and side section of their final product.
3
6
Shaping and smoothing spade, riveting spade to handle.
Design Lab –Students continue drawing of final product (section)
7
3 DUE
DUE
8
INTRO
9
1
Shaping. Buffing. Paint finished trowel.
Design Lab – Students evaluate their final drawing according to criteria sheet (given)
Reiteration of safety and behaviour expectations. Introduction to Memo Pad project and to new machinery / tools needed.
Completion of safety sheets.
Design Lab – Introduction to sketchup. Basic sketch up drawing task to evaluate existing knowledge and accommodate
differentiated learning.
Marking out and cutting. Demonstration of Air Guillotine. (MEMO PAD PRACTICAL BEGINS)
Design Lab – Demonstration of how to draw memo pad profile in sketchup. Students follow demonstration and tutorial videos
on IMCC portal
DELIVERY SCHEDULE - TERM 2
WEEK
ACTIVITY
TASK
10
1
Demonstration of sheet metal bender.
Design Lab – sketchup hole creation and modification.
11
2
Cut and drill aluminium name plate for memo pad
Design Lab – sketchup angle creation and modification.
12
2
Mark out spade, drill spade, cut spade.
Design Lab – Adding screws from sketchup warehouse
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Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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Shaping and smoothing spade, riveting spade to handle.
3
13
Design Lab – Introduction to “Solid Inspector” program. Students use this program to analyse their drawings for flaws. This will
prepare students for subsequent 3D printing task.
3 DUE
14
DUE
15
INTRO
16
1
17
1
Shaping. Buffing. Paint finished trowel.
Design Lab – Students present final drawing file to class on main projector. Question and answer session on difficult tasks.
Reiteration of safety and behaviour expectations. Introduction to Whistle project and to new machinery / tools needed for
project completion. Completion of safety sheets. (WHISTLE PRACTICAL BEGINS)
Design Lab – Introduction to 3D printing. Demonstration of 3D printer in order to promote student engagement.
Demonstration of the differences between working with acrylic and metal. Students use hacksaws to cut acrylic to length
required – 95mm
Design Lab – Students create moodboard of existing whistle designs. Students complete PMI sheet to establish their likes and
dislikes.
Filing and squaring off of acrylic laminates
Design Lab – Students use sketchup to electronically sketch 3 visualisations
18
Drilling centre hole and cutting wedge for reed. Sand.ing edges with wet and dry sand paper
2
Design Lab – Students choose favourite visualisation and develop drawing for 3D printing.
19
Reed creation and placement in whistle. Polishing material.
2
Design Lab – Students add name and class to whistle and begin 3D printing
20
Finish polishing. Completion of whistle.
3 DUE
Design Lab – Students continue 3D printing and present to class.
DUE
SCHEME OF WORK
WEEK 1
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 1
Project
Task 1
Portfolio
Workshop
safety
Drafting
skills

How to enter the workshop and
prepare for a lesson, portfolio
expectations.
The safe way to function in a metal
workshop the general workshop
rules and expectations.
Introduction to drafting and the
fundamentals of scaled drawings
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
Design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Bring in a portfolio with
a cover page next week.
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Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 2
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 1
Project
Marking
out and
cutting
Task 1
Portfolio
Technical
measure
ment /
drafting
tool use




Uses and limitations of sheet metal
as a material.
Correct uses of marking out tools.
Plan reading skills
Marking out skills
Correct usage of tinsnips
laying out a technical drawing

Use of drawing board

T-square and set square
operation

Squaring page

Importance of symmetry in
drawing.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 3
Task
Task 1
Task 1
Portfolio
Skills/
Theory
Bending
using
specialist
bending
tools
Scale
concept
Students learn…

Bending Handle
Design Lab – Further investigation of scale.
Students watch explanatory video.
Students complete exercise booklet.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
Completed
artifact
Portfolio
design
G&T Extension
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 4
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 1
Marking
out skills


Task 1
Portfolio
Applicatio
n of scale
concept
Use marking out skills to mark out
the handle.
Complete a drill press safety sheet
and drill handle.
Bend the handle into shape.
Design Lab – Students practice drawing
product to a scale or 1:2
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
Completed
artifact
Portfolio
design
G&T Extension
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 5
Task
Task 2
Task 1
Portfolio
Skills/
Theory
Marking
out /
drilling
Tech
drawing
skills
Students learn…



Use marking out skills to mark out
blade.
Drill holes and cut spade to shape.
Design Lab – Students use layout
sheet to draw base and side section
of their final product.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 6
Task
Task 2
Task 1
Portfolio
Skills/
Theory
Shaping
Smoothin
Riveting
Tech
drawing
skills
Students learn…




Use file to smooth spade head.
Bend spade half round
Rivet together trowel
Design Lab –Students continue
drawing of final product (section)
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
Completed
artifact
Portfolio
design
G&T Extension
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 7
Task
Task 2
Task 1
Portfolio
Skills/
Theory
Painting
surface
prep and
paint
applicatio
n
Self
evaluation
Students learn…


Spray paint the trowel to give a
lasting rust proofing finish
Design Lab – Students evaluate their
final drawing according to criteria
sheet (given)
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 8
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 3
Task 1
Portfolio
Safety
awarenes
s
CAD skills
Reiteration of safety and behaviour
expectations. Introduction to Memo
Pad project and to new machinery /
tools needed. Completion of safety
sheets.
Design Lab – Introduction to sketchup.
Basic sketch up drawing task to evaluate
existing knowledge and accommodate
differentiated learning.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
Completed
artifact
Portfolio
design
G&T Extension
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 9
Task
Task 2
Project
Task 2
Portfolio
Skills/
Theory
Workshop
safety
CAD skills
Students learn…

Marking out and cutting.
Demonstration of Air Guillotine.
(MEMO PAD PRACTICAL BEGINS)
Design Lab – Demonstration of how to
draw memo pad profile in sketchup.
Students follow demonstration and
tutorial videos on IMCC portal
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
Design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Bring in a portfolio with
a cover page next week.
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 10
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 2
Project
Task 2
Portfolio
Marking
out and
cutting
Demonstration of sheet
metal bender. Students
carry out sequence of
bends.

CAD skills
Design Lab – sketchup hole
creation and modification.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 11
Task
Task 2
Project
Task 2
Portfolio
Skills/
Theory
Bending
CAD skills
Students learn…

Cut and drill aluminium name plate
for memo pad
Design Lab – sketchup angle creation and
modification.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
Completed
artifact
Portfolio
design
G&T Extension
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 12
Task
Task 2
Project
Task 2
Portfolio
Skills/
Theory
Handle
CAD skills
Students learn…

Stamp and attach name plate
Design Lab – Adding screws from sketchup
warehouse
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
Completed
artifact
Portfolio
design
G&T Extension
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 13
Task
Task 2
Project
Skills/
Theory
Mark out
spade
Students learn…


Task 2
Portfolio
CAD skills
Smooth edges and paint
Design Lab – Introduction to “Solid
Inspector” program. Students use
this program to analyse their
drawings for flaws. This will prepare
students for subsequent 3D printing
task.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 14
Task
Skills/
Theory
Task 2
Project
Shaping
Smoothin
Riveting
Task 2
Portfolio
Presentati
on and
drawing
export
skills
Students learn…


Finish Memo Pad
Design Lab – Students present final
drawing file to class on main
projector. Question and answer
session on difficult tasks.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 15
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 3
Project
Painting

Task 3
Portfolio
3D
printing
concept
Reiteration of safety and behaviour
expectations. Introduction to Whistle
project and to new machinery / tools
needed for project completion.
Completion of safety sheets.
(WHISTLE PRACTICAL BEGINS)
Design Lab – Introduction to 3D
printing. Demonstration of 3D
printer in order to promote student
engagement.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
Completed
artifact
Portfolio
design
G&T Extension
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 16
Task
Task 3
Project
Task 3
Portfolio
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…
Demonstration of the differences
between working with acrylic and
metal. Students use hacksaws to cut
acrylic to length required – 95mm
Materials
knowledg
e
CAD skills
/
Design
exploratio
n
Design Lab – Students create moodboard
of existing whistle designs. Students
complete PMI sheet to establish their likes
and dislikes.
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Assessment
Suggestions
Completed
artifact
Portfolio
design
G&T Extension
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 17
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 3
Project
Visualisati
on
creation
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Filing and squaring off of acrylic
laminates
Machine
skills
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.

Task 3
Portfolio
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Design Lab – Students use sketchup
to electronically sketch 3
visualisations
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 18
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 3
Project
Shaping
Smoothin
g
Riveting
Assessment
Suggestions
Drilling centre hole and cutting
wedge for reed. Sanding edges with
wet and dry sand paper
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.

Task 3
Portfolio
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Design Lab – Students choose
favourite visualisation and develop
drawing for 3D printing.
Design
process
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
G&T Extension
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
WEEK 19
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 3
Project
Painting
CAD skills
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Reed creation and placement in
whistle. Polishing material.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.

Task 3
Portfolio
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Design Lab – Students add name and
class to whistle and begin 3D printing
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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WEEK 20
Task
Skills/
Theory
Students learn…

Task 3
Project
Polishing
and
quality
control
skllls
Teaching & Learning
Strategies
Assessment
Suggestions
G&T Extension
Finish polishing. Completion of
whistle.
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Completed
artifact
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Design Lab – Students continue 3D
printing and present to class.
Task 3
Portfolio
3D
printing
skills
Teacher demonstration
and guided discussion.
Portfolio
design
Work
completed to a
higher
standard
Special Needs
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
Lowering of
expectations in quality
of work produced.
Guided demonstrations
repeated.
HOMEWORK
TASK 1 – GARDEN TROWEL
Task Description: Construct a Tin man.
On completion of this task you will have developed skills in the following processes.

Metalworking hand skills

knowledge and understanding of metalworking practices and principals,

appropriate safety and hand/machine skills,

Using metal fixings to join components
What you need to do:
 Successfully complete OHS General Workshop Test.
 Successfully Complete OHS Metalworking hand tools test.
 Successfully complete an OHS test for the magna bender
Time allowed for the task:
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
3 weeks
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
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TEACHER ASSESSMENT – GARDEN TROWEL
Student Name: _______________________
Task 1: GARDEN TROWEL
Assessment Item
Task Weighting
Measuring & Marking out accuracy
5
Cutting and Shaping
5
Over-all final finish
5
General safety and Behavior
5
Folio presentation and Organization.
5
Mark
Grade
Total
25
%
TASK 2 – MEMO PAD
Task Description: Design and construct a garden trowel.
On completion of this task you will have developed skills in the following processes.

Metalworking hand skills

knowledge and understanding of metalworking practices and principals,

appropriate safety and hand/machine skills,

Using pedestal drill
What you need to do:
 Successfully complete OHS General Workshop Test.
 Successfully Complete OHS Metalworking hand tools test.
 Successfully complete an OHS test for the Drill
Time allowed for the task:
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
3 weeks
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
Page 16
TEACHER ASSESSMENT – MEMO PAD
Student Name: _______________________
Task 2: MEMO PAD
Assessment Item
Task Weighting
Measuring & Marking out accuracy
5
Cutting and Shaping
5
Over-all final finish
5
General safety and Behavior
5
Folio presentation and Organization.
5
Mark
Grade
Total
25
%
TASK 3 – WHISTLE
Task Description: Design and construct a Bottle opener.
On completion of this task you will have developed skills in the following processes.

Acrylic hand skills

knowledge and understanding of metalworking practices and principals,

appropriate safety and hand/machine skills,

Using pedestal drill
What you need to do:
 Successfully complete OHS General Workshop Test.
 Successfully Complete OHS Metalworking hand tools test.
 Successfully complete an OHS test for the Drill
Time allowed for the task:
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
3 weeks
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
Page 17
TEACHER ASSESSMENT – WHISTLE
Student Name: _______________________
Task 3: WHISTLE
Assessment Item
Task Weighting
Measuring & Marking out accuracy
5
Cutting and Shaping
5
Over-all final finish
5
General safety and Behavior
5
Folio presentation and Organization.
5
Mark
Grade
Total
25
%
Design & Technology
Yr8 – Semester Program
Mr. McHale
2015
Irene McCormack Catholic College
Page 18
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