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Differentiation in Textiles presentation

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KS3 Textiles
Differentiation in Textiles Technology
Differentiation in Textiles Technology
Learning Objective:
To learn how to present design work.
To learn how to evaluate each other’s design work.
Auditory and
visual activity
Pupils sometimes find designing a challenge, especially when it comes to being creative.
These are some ways of differentiating design work
Scaffolding design work
Pupils are directed to and able to look
other work in the room which has been
levelled.
Showing example work and target setting
Review: These are some of the ways we differentiate in Textiles:
Year 7 lesson: Design Ideas
Differentiated learning outcomes means that pupils can see what they need to do to get the next level in their design work.
Pupils had to fill out the design
match-maker. Using different words which could be selected at random to create unusual ideas.
This was also differentiated by providing some pupils with a word and picture bank to help them.
Kinaesthetic and visual
activity
Some pupils prefer to see and touch actual items that could give them interesting ideas for their designs
Pupil's love taking part in
the lucky dip activity!
Word and picture banks to help
pupils add labels and annotation
Images of existing items of a high
standard, to help all pupils get ideas
Design levels sheets
are on every table, so
pupils can check their progress throughout the lesson. We also use these for target setting.
Challenge activities
Pupils can use the challenge question cards- to improve their design work.
The questions encourage higher order thinking.
Visual, auditory and kinaesthetic activities
Target setting and lead learners
Word and picture banks
High standard exemplar work and images of more complex products.
Sentence and conversation starters
Peer and self assessment
Challenge activities/extension tasks
Learning outcomes visible
Levels sheets and checklists
Group work and pair work
Scaffolds for team work
Levelled work, sign-posted and visible for pupils
Musical Peer assessment
Visual, kinaesthetic and auditory activity
Peer assessment with a twist:
It's important that pupils select a design that is going to be successful and popular to customers.

Musical evaluation- choose a song, when the song plays pupils either move around their table or they move their work around the table until the music stops. They then assess/level the work in front of them.
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