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Year 7 Autumn 2011 Tuesday 20 th September Quilts 4 London Project Lesson Objectives Success Criteria Level 3 You write down who your design or product is for Target User Level 4 you look at the ID: 362925 Download Presentation

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Textiles Technology KS3Year 7Autumn 2011Slide2

Tuesday 20th September‘Quilts 4 London’ Project

Lesson Objectives:

Success Criteria:

Level 3: You write down

who

your design or product is for (Target User)Level 4: you look at the designs of othersLevel 5: you research using different methods and from different sources. You analyse existing products.

To know and understand the brief

To know what is meant by ‘Analysis of Research’

To know the correct terminology for three Textile Techniques and what they mean

Key Words

Pennant research design

Local Olympic sport print

landmarks appliqué embroiderySlide3

To design and make a Pennant for a London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic AthleteUse fabric and stitch to become part of the whole Olympic event in London 2012. Pennants can be any shape, any design, made by anyone regardless of their level of ability or age The

aim

of the project is

to present a Pennant to each Olympic and Paralympic athlete, a personal gift from you to them. They will be 'strung‘ together

for some amazing exhibitions in the time leading up to the 2012 Games.

Tuesday 20th SeptemberLesson Objective: To know and understand the briefSlide4

Traditionally in sport, competitors exchange Pennants as a sign of friendship. To continue this tradition we are undertaking a project to make an A3 size Pennant for each athlete - a personal gift for each athlete, created by you.

Tuesday 20

th

September

Lesson Objective: To know and understand the briefSlide5

The London 2012 Olympic Games will feature 26 sports, breaking down into disciplines and events. They will include Archery, Beach Volleyball, Boxing, Equestrian Events, Judo, Sailing and Water Polo amongst the other more commonly recognised sports, such as running and field events (e.g. High jump)

Tuesday 20

th

September

Lesson Objective: To know and understand the briefSlide6

Tuesday 20th SeptemberLesson objective: To know and understand the briefOlympic heritage – London, UK

The UK has a strong history in the Olympic and Paralympic Movements.

London hosted the Olympic Games in 1908 and 1948. Each time, we left our mark on the Olympic Movement with our innovative approach.Slide7

Olympic Heritage - 19081908London stood in as Host City for Rome following the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.

New in 1908:

The Olympic Stadium (White City)

was built especially for the Olympic Games. Athletes paraded under their national flags at a ceremony at the start of the Games.

The Marathon was fixed at 42.195km (26.2 miles) – the distance from Windsor Castle to the Royal Box in the Olympic Stadium. This became the official Marathon distance from the 1924 Games onwards.

Tuesday 20th

September

Lesson objective: To know and understand the brief

Olympic heritage 1908 – London, UKSlide8

Olympic Heritage - 19481948 - London again stepped in at the last minute to host the first Games after World War II. New in 1948:

The Games were shown on home television.

Starting blocks were deployed for sprint races.

A volunteer programme was created to help run the Games.

Tuesday 20

th September

Lesson objective: To know and understand the brief

Olympic heritage 1948 – London, UKSlide9

London 2012London will host a Games like never before in 2012, drawing on the country’s proud Olympic heritage.

Tuesday 20

th

September

Lesson objective: To know and understand the brief

London

2012Slide10

Guidelines for the Design and Construction of PennantsPennants - patchwork, painted textile, photographs printed on fabric, felted, embroidered, cross-stitch, and appliqué (with lace and fabric or anything else), or knitted - and even embellishments can be added (Tassels, buttons, beads, fancy threads etc).

Colour – Any colours can be used

Designs –

For our project this should be an image depicting something local to you, or maybe depicting a sporting event, or maybe celebrating your regional heritage and culture or made using local /regional materials.

There are restrictions placed on the use of the Olympic rings logo and ‘London 2012’. This is to comply with the Branding Restrictions set by the Olympic Committee. 

Tuesday 20th

September

Lesson objective: To know and understand the brief

Guidelines for design and make of PennantsSlide11

Lesson Objectives: To know the correct terminology for three Textile Techniques and what they mean Level 5: You analyse existing products.

Appliqué (French) means

to apply

Fabric is cut out in shapes and stitched onto fabric to create a designSlide12

Embroidery – designs that have been created using stitch, either by hand or machine

Lesson Objectives:

To know the correct terminology for three Textile Techniques and what they mean and;

To know what is meant by ‘Analysis of Research’

Level 5: You analyse

existing products

. Slide13

Print – designs that have been printed directly onto the surface of the fabric, such as screen printing

Lesson

Objectives

:

To know the correct terminology for three Textile Techniques and what they mean

Level 5: You analyse existing products. Slide14

Lesson

Objectives

:

To know the correct terminology for three Textile Techniques and what they mean Level 5: You analyse

existing products. Slide15
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Food and Drink (British)AnimalsSportLondonMy HomeProduce a mind map of ideas based of the theme you have chosen to include:MaterialsColoursTextile techniques

Images

market

Lesson objective: To know and understand the brief

Choose a Theme: Brainstorm IdeasSlide20

Lesson objective: To know and understand the briefThings that should NOT be includedPlease Do

NOT

use any of the following on your pennants

· The London 2012 Logo

· The Olympic Rings· The Pictograms (symbols for each sport)· The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic emblems · The words ‘London 2012’ and ‘2012’ or MMXII

· The words ‘Olympic’, ‘Olympiad’, ‘Olympian’ (and their plurals and things very similar to them – e.g. ‘Olympix’ · The words ‘Paralympic’, ‘Paralympiad’, ‘Paralympian’ and their plurals and things very similar to them – e.g. ‘Paralympix’· The Olympic motto: ‘Citius Altius Fortius’ / ‘Faster Higher Stronger’ · The Paralympic motto: ‘Spirit in Motion’ · The Team GB or Paralympics logo · The British Olympic or Paralympic Association logo

· The words ‘London Games’ or ‘Summer Games’ or ‘Olympic Games’

· The words ‘Gold, Silver or Bronze Medals’

All these words and symbols are protected by an Act of Parliament and we have to abide by this.Slide21

Tuesday 4th October‘Quilts 4 London’ Project

Lesson Objectives:

Success Criteria:

Level 4

Research

: My design specification includes appearance details (aesthetics)Design: I produce at least 3 design ideas and label how they will be made and usedLevel 5 Research: My design specification is more detailed and includes target market information Design: I produce at least 4 design ideas and label materials and techniques to be used

Level 6

Research:

My design specification is very detailed and includes details on Ergonomics and Size

Design

: I produce at least 5 design ideas and all of the above plus shape, size, colour and function

To know how to write a Product Design Specification

To know what shape your pennant will be

To know which design you will manufacture

Key Words

Pennant design Olympic

bonding appliqué product

Specification embroidery

Print iron-on transfer

Fabric pens/ paint beads

Sequins ribbons buttons Slide22

Tuesday 4th OctoberQuilts 4 London Project: RESEARCH & DESIGN

Learning objective

:

To know what a Product Design Specification is and how to write oneSlide23

Tuesday 18th October‘Quilts 4 London’ Project

Lesson Objectives:

Success Criteria:

Level 4

Making:

I choose and work with a range of tools and equipment safely.Level 5 Making: I work with a range of tools and equipment safely and confidently. Level 6 Making: I work with a range of materials, equipment and processes with some precision and; I understand the limitations of the materials I use.

To know which decorative techniques you will use on your pennant

To know which tools and equipment you will need to do this

To be able to label this on your final design idea

Key Words

Appliqué - Bondaweb

bonding appliqué product

Specification embroidery

Print iron-on transfer

Fabric pens/ paint beads

Sequins ribbons buttons Slide24

Possible Tools and Equipment for Textile TechniquesAppliqué – fabric collage, using fusible webbing (Bondaweb); felt (because it does not fray); fabric scissors; iron; baking parchment (greaseproof paper)Iron-on transfers – transfer paper, coloured printer, iron, baking parchment, scanner, paper scissorsFabric paints – paintbrush/ applicator, ironEmbroidery – needle, thread, sewing machine, small scissors/ trimmers, quick unpick

Tuesday 18

th

October

‘Quilts 4 London’ Project

Learning Objectives: To know which decorative techniques you will use on your pennantTo know which tools and equipment you will need to do thisTo be able to label this on your final design ideaSlide25

Tuesday 8th November‘Quilts 4 London’ Project

Lesson Objectives:

Success Criteria:

Level 4

Making:

I choose and work with a range of tools and equipment safely.Level 5 Making: I work with a range of tools and equipment safely and confidently. Level 6 Making: I work with a range of materials, equipment and processes with some precision and; I understand the limitations of the materials I use.

To know which decorative techniques you will use on your pennant

To know which tools and equipment you will need to do this

To be able to label this on your final design idea

Key Words

Appliqué

Bondaweb

bonding appliqué product

Specification embroidery

Print iron-on transfer

Fabric pens/ paint beads

Sequins ribbons buttons Slide26

Tuesday 22nd November‘Quilts 4 London’ Project

Lesson Objectives:

Success Criteria:

Level 4

Making:

I choose and work with a range of tools and equipment safely.Level 5 Making: I work with a range of tools and equipment safely and confidently. Level 6 Making: I work with a range of materials, equipment and processes with some precision and; I understand the limitations of the materials I use.

To know how to attach an iron-on transfer

To know how to make a hanging sleeve

To know how to attach front of pennant to back using a sewing machine

Key Words

Iron-on transfer

Hanging sleeve

Sewing machine

Measure

Stitch

Thread Slide27

Tuesday 22nd NovemberThings to include on the labelLearning objective: To know how to attach an iron-on transfer

You can use the word ‘London’ on it’s own or as ‘Welcome to London’

"This pennant was made (by XXXX) as part of the Quilts 4 London project, part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad".

Name and Age

Northumberland Church of England AcademyWhere you are fromTitle of your workSlide28

Prepare FabricsHanging Sleeve: cut a rectangle from scrap pieces of fabric where possible, 29.5cm (or 59cm if landscape) wide x 21cm. Fold in half widthways and sew around two sides

Tuesday 22

nd

November

‘Quilts 4 London’ ProjectLearning Objectives:

To know which decorative techniques you will use on your pennantTo know which tools and equipment you will need to do thisTo be able to label this on your final design idea29.5cm

10.5cm

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