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Industrial Technology Years 7–10 Syllabus

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY – LEATHER

Leatherwork – Core Module 1

Students learn about:

Students learn to:

functional and aesthetic aspects of design

design principles and processes

material lists and quantities

project costing

identify the functional and aesthetic aspects of designing in leather including hide thickness, type of leather

apply principles of design in the modification of projects

evaluate work practices and projects in terms of quality

measure and mark out simple leatherwork projects from a workshop drawing

estimate quantities of materials to be used in practical projects

Workplace Communication Skills

(refer to Outcomes 5.4.1, 5.5.1 on pages 12–13)

workplace signage

pictorial and workshop drawings

freehand drawing and sketching

industry terminology

text types to support the documentation of practical projects and processes including:

procedure

factual recount

a range of computer software applications to assist in the planning, production and reporting of practical projects

respond to OHS signage

read and interpret workshop and pictorial drawings and project plans

make freehand sketches of workshop items and/or projects

define specialist terms and produce a glossary

prepare reports to describe processes undertaken in the development and production of practical projects

prepare reports using appropriate software and hardware, eg word processing

Societal and Environmental Impact

(refer to Outcomes 5.7.1, 5.7.2 on page 13)

issues relating to sustainability of resources and pollution as they relate to the leather industry

identify impacts of leatherworking processes on society and the environment

identify different leathers and how their use impacts on the environment and society

Additional Content

a range of techniques and skills to enhance the appearance and/or function of practical projects

add features such as letters and numbers, repeating stamped patterns, punched patterns, stitching, carved details

apply finishing techniques such as using a boner, edge slick, dyes

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