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Design and Technology Lighting it up Green Group Name .............
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Lesson 1 : Generating Ideas Pick out ideas from cards
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Lesson 1 continued: Design Success Criteria What should you card be like?
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Lesson 1 Part 2 : My Plan End  of Lesson  Evaluation Pupil Teacher Create  a list of needs  for my  design  (succes s   criteria) Make  a realistic  plan Lesson 2 : Create a Circuit How will your card work? What does your circuit look like?
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Notes: End  of Lesson  Evaluation Pupil Teacher Use  a simple  circuit illuminate  the  lights
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Lesson 3 and 4 : Making the circuit Make your product carefully and think about any problems you have to overcome. Problems: Photo of me working on my card: How you overcame them: End  of Lesson  Evaluation Pupil Teacher Select  the  most  appropriate  techniques  and  tools   to make  my  product Come  up  solutions  to problems  as  they  happen
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Lesson 5: Evaluate your Xmas Card Picture of toy Please use full sentences answers to write about each of the following areas. Facts and Information  _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________ _________________________________________________
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