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Year 7 Textiles Rational for Project. A project that would give more scope for differentiation in making. An opportunity for pupils to be imaginative and creative in designing. An introduction to hand sewing skills which are not always seen in KS2 as well as to the sewing machine.

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year 7 textiles rational for project
Year 7 TextilesRational for Project
  • A project that would give more scope for differentiation in making.
  • An opportunity for pupils to be imaginative and creative in designing.
  • An introduction to hand sewing skills which are not always seen in KS2 as well as to the sewing machine.
  • To offer a project that would be gender neutral.
pugglys
Pugglys

short for pug ugly.

differentiation in the making
Differentiation in the making…
  • Choice could be offered through;
  • The materials used e.g. fur fabric or fleece non fraying, easy to handle and gives good final aesthetics. Calico could be printed, tie dyed, could use batique or appliqué. Offering a range of skills increasing in difficulty. Opportunity to recycle.
  • Tools used. Hand sewing needles, sewing machine, hot glue gun, scissors, craft knives.
  • Guidance in the choice of method of decoration and construction allows the teacher to differentiate to a wide range of abilities whilst still achieving a good quality finished project.
design inspiration
Design Inspiration
  • Initial thoughts were to use a natural source of “grossness” to inspire e.g. microscopic images of bacteria, fungi and viruses (which would appeal to some of the boys). This could be related to the good bacteria / bad bacteria issue that is currently promoted in food products and offers the opportunity to design friendly helpful pugglies (which should appeal to some of the girls).
  • Further investigation revealed that there were similar products on the market that could be used for product analysis.
  • Issues such as “why would designers make deliberately ugly dolls or monsters creatures?”, does it question our values about what is beautiful in today’s society.
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Fashion Monsters

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possible focussed practical tasks
Possible Focussed Practical Tasks
  • The project lends itself to almost any decorative technique. Restricted only by the resources available to the textiles teacher and pupils’ levels of skill.
  • Suggested techniques for Year 7 would be;
  • Tie dye (pupils to tie and teacher to carry out dyeing)
  • Printing/Sponging
  • Fabric crayons
  • Transfer printing
  • Hand embroidery
  • Machine stitching
  • Embellishment with manufactured components
  • Addition of felt ears/feet/arms etc. in seam allowance
teaching resources
Teaching Resources
  • Project Focus, Literacy, Numeracy and ICT Aims
  • Learning Objectives; Designing Skills, Making Skills and Knowledge and Understanding outlines.
  • Scheme of Work – lesson by lesson outline
  • Pupil Targets
  • Class booklet
  • Homework Booklet
  • Templates for patterns
  • Focussed practical task materials
assessment
Assessment

Level 3 Level 4 Level 4 Level 5

2D 2D 3D 3D

Simple shapes More intricate Addition of gusset Combining shapes

Look for Increasing accuracy of hand stitching and use of sewing machine, use of components etc.