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Name: …………………………………………………………………………………………. Class: ……………………………………. gain knowledge and understanding of the design and make process understand who you are designing for by creating a customer profile design and label a range of products write a design specification

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Name: …………………………………………………………………………………………

Class: ……………………………………..

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gain knowledge and understanding of the design and make process

understand who you are designing for by creating a customer profile

design and label a range of products

write a design specification

produce a step-by-step plan for making your product

make a quality product.

add 10 keywords to your vocabulary

What was the last thing you had to eat? Where did it come from? How was it grown? How was it packaged?

Every day in the UK, we consume huge amounts of food that:

  • has travelled thousands of miles to reach our shop shelves
  • has been treated with a range of chemicals, including pesticides, artificial fertilisers, antibiotics and other drugs.
  • has been packaged in loads of plastic, tinfoil etc.
  • So what’s the problem?
  • Transporting food around the world is using up precious fuel, causing pollution and making our climate change. The chemicals that many farmers use are polluting our water and soil, and can damage our health. The packaging used is non-biodegradable and ends up in landfill sites.
  • As a result, more and more people are now looking for food made using organic, locally grown ingredients.

In this unit you will:

Design and make a product using local and/or organic ingredients.

Nutrition    Disassemble    Equipment    Product    Mass    Protein   Weigh    Healthy    Carbohydrates

HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control)   

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Go to the Learning Context page at http://www.stepin.org/index.php?id=fft_learning and look at the Did you know? facts. Follow the links and collect your own fascinating facts about organic and local food and write them down here.

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Go to the Research page at ((need specific address for this part of the site)) and read the case studies about Yeo Valley yoghurts and organic baby food and the information about organic food and buying locally grown food.

Using words and pictures create a ‘mood board’ within the cogs to illustrate the theme of local and organic food.

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Choose a local food product and answer the following questions by filling in the boxes.

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I want my new food product to:

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Go out and do a survey. Ask some possible customers what they would like etc. Add their comments into the speech bubbles below:

Who is going to buy and eat your product? What do they like? What don’t they like? Write, draw and stick pictures here to show the type of customer you are designing for:

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How can you combine your ingredients to make your product? Write, draw and stick examples here to show the different processing and cooking methods you could use.

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Using your research, specification and customer profile, draw at least FIVE different design ideas for products made using organic and local ingredients. Remember to consider the sustainability of your product. Label your drawings and explain any changes that you decide to make to your design. You can start your ideas on this page and continue on the following page(s)

Remember to evaluate your work as it develops. Ask yourself;

1. Which is your favourite design and why?

2. How could you improve it?

3. List at least three pieces of equipment you would use to make it.

4. What other features can you comment on?

“Fresh organic food contains around 50 per cent more vitamins, minerals, enzymes and other micro-nutrients than food that has been intensively farmed.”

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Look at your specifications and your design ideas to select the most appropriate design. Draw your final design here.

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Draw and write a step-by-step plan for making your product.

Fill in the chart below to show what equipment you are going to use to make your product. How do you plan to use each piece of equipment?

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How could you have improved your work on this project? Try to think about the way you worked, rather than about your final product.

Design work

Identify two faults with your design work and suggest improvements you could make.

1) Fault:

Improvement:

2) Fault:

Improvement:

Practical work

Identify two faults with your practical work and suggest improvements you could make.

1) Fault:

Improvement:

2) Fault:

Improvement:

Personal evaluation

Overall, how do you think you tackled this project? What were your strengths and weaknesses? What did you enjoy most? What did you find easy? What was difficult? Try to be as detailed as possible.

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Now it is time to judge the quality of your final product using your design specification. In the table below, fill in what you said you wanted your product to do (your specification) and then say how well your final product does each of these things.

My targets for the next project are:

Assessment

Effort level:

Designing and making level:

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Exploring existing ideas

Product specification

Exploring ideas

Developing & modelling ideas

Generating design ideas

Final design

Planning

Evaluation

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