Welcome back to all year 8 students. I look forward to continue teaching you using different soft materials. To year 7 students, I look forward to getting to know each of you and work with you in my room.
The technology curriculum will be delivered using our school model- CIB (Curriculum Inquiry at Balmoral). We will discuss this in class.

1. All students will have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate a range of sewing skills through various learning experiences provided in class.
2. All students will identify a need from a given design brief; find provocation; empathize with client/stakeholders to gather evidence/knowledge and begin to prepare for technological practice in Cycle two.
Extension students will also design and use their own planning tools and also review their progress at each stage.

3. Students will describe how two different technological outcomes with similar functional attributes can have different physical attributes and vice versa.
Extension students will also describe the "proper and other" functions of various technological outcomes.

3. Students will identify and describe the links between the physical and functional attributes of given technological outcome.


Anonymous said...

silk is made from silkworm cocoons which are dissolved in boiling water and become long fibres.
Amelia room 7

Anonymous said...

Silk is made from the cocoons of silkworms
Isabella rm7

Anonymous said...

Silk is made from the cocoons of silkworms.
-Marnie and Melani rm8

Taykasup said...

Silk is made out of silkworms cocoons then is dissolved in boiling hot water and turned in to long fibres.
-Tayka Rm26

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