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Industrial Technology Years 7–10 Syllabus

Outcome LS 5.1: A student uses skills and processes in a variety of contexts and projects.

Students learn about:

Students learn to:

using skills to make a project in a variety of technologies:

Building and Construction

Electronics

Engineering

Leather

Metal

Polymers

Automotive

Timber

participate in making a project in a variety of technologies, eg: build a child’s sandpit with weather protection

site selection, levelling, retaining walls, roof construction (Building and Construction)

dismantle and reassemble 2- and 4-stroke lawnmowers (Automotive) construct a clock using thermoplastic

sawing, sanding, drilling, shaping, polishing, attaching mechanism (Polymers)

applying the design process

follow the steps to complete a project, eg design and make a kitchen stepladder:

explore ideas

materials, dimensions, number of treads, tread surface, need for handrail, finish plan

make a freehand or workshop drawing

resources – cost, materials, equipment

select and organise materials, tools, equipment and machines

choose and list materials, tools and machinery such as router, sash cramps, plantation timbers, aluminium

check availability of tools and machinery

organise purchase of materials (Outcome LS 2.2)

make a project

assist and cooperate with others to undertake tasks

prepare materials (cut treads, sides and top to length, cut trenches in sides)

assemble (glue, screw, finish)

evaluate project

consider stability, portability and quality

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