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Design and Manufacture N4 and N5

An overview of the Design and Manufacture curriculum at N4 and N5 levels in Scotland
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Ian Duthie

on 8 November 2012

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N4 and N5 Ian Duthie, Kris Fraser, Melissa Hood, Kieran Graham Thomas Fraser The development of thinking skills is an essential element. D&M - Design Unit Outline


1.6 Incorporating relevant findings of research in a design proposal

1.6 Incorporating findings of research in a design proposal D&M - Design Unit Outcome 1 D&M - Design Unit Outcome 2 2.4 Planning for manufacture

2.4 Planning, with guidance, for manufacture 3.5 Identifying ways in which design and manufacturing technologies impact on the environment and society 3.5 Identifying ways in which design and manufacturing technologies impact on the environment and society D&M - Design Unit Outcome 3









Use relevant and realistic scenarios D&M – Materials and Manufacturing Unit Outline 1.5 Using correct names and terminology when referring to materials and their properties 1.5 Using correct names and terminology when referring to materials and their properties D&M - Materials and Manufacture Unit Outcome 1 D&M - Materials and Manufacture Unit Outcome 2 2.4 Using correct names and terminology when referring to tools, equipment, and processes 2.4 Using correct names and terminology when referring to tools, equipment, and processes 3.5 Finishing assembled prototypes with well-prepared surfaces to a high standard 3.5 Finishing assembled prototype with well prepared and competently finished surfaces D&M - Materials and Manufacture Unit Outcome 3 Very Similar to the Intermediate / Higher Product Design folio work.

Previous Knowledge in the subject will have to be displayed throughout the folio.

Grading will be based on the completed folio and manufactured prototype and is graded by the teacher. Assessment for
N4 Design and
Manufacture Required to design and manufacture a product in a response to a brief by
1 – researching and confirming the design brief
2 – develop design ideas in response the brief
3 – manufacture a prototype based on their developed idea
4 – evaluating the design ideas and craft skills in their manufactured prototype Component 1 – Assignment – 60% - Design Folio
Component 2 – Question Paper – 40% - Exam

Course assessment is graded A-D based on total grade

Grade description for C
Demonstrated successful performance in all of the Units of the Course.
Assessment - Learners will typically have demonstrated successful performance in relation to the mandatory skills, knowledge and understanding for the Course

Grade description for A
Demonstrated successful performance in all of the Units of the Course. Assessment - Learners will typically have demonstrated a consistently high level of performance in relation to the mandatory skills, knowledge and understanding for the Course. Assessment For
N5 Design and
Manufacture N4:
Identify factors that influence design and apply these in a simple design task by: N5:
Identify factors that influence design and apply these in a design task by: 1.1 Analysing, with guidance, a design brief, identifying the main design factors that will influence the design of a solution

1.1 Analysing a design brief, identifying the main design factors that will influence the design of a solution

1.2 Researching the main design factors identified,
using a range of given techniques
1.2 Researching the main design factors identified,
using a range of appropriate techniques

1.3 Summarising findings of research into design factors
1.3 Summarising findings of research into design factors, including justification of relevance of design factors selected to design task
1.4 Writing, with guidance, an outline product specification

1.4 Writing a detailed product specification
1.5 Using given idea generation techniques to generate a design proposal
1.5 Selecting and using idea generation techniques to generate a design proposal N4
The learner will:
2 Develop and communicate design concepts for a simple design task by:
2.1 Using graphic and modelling techniques to develop and communicate design ideas in 2D and 3D
2.2 Justifying a final design proposal in terms of evolution of design ideas

2.3 Presenting a design concept, including an updated product specification, in a form to permit manufacture N5
The learner will: 2 Develop and communicate design concepts for a design task by: 2.1 Using graphic and modelling techniques to develop and communicate design ideas in 2D and 3D 2.2 Justifying final design proposal in terms of evolution of design ideas and relevant design factors 2.3 Presenting a design concept, including an updated product specification, in a form to permit manufacture N4
The learner will evaluate an existing product by: 3.1 Selecting, with guidance, evaluation factors which are relevant to the product selected 3.2 Planning, with guidance, a strategy for evaluation using appropriate methods 3.3 Evaluating the product and presenting the results, including consideration of the evaluation methods used 3.4 Drawing conclusions in terms of the evaluation factors selected N5
The learner will evaluate an existing product by: 3.1 Selecting evaluation factors which are relevant to the product selected 3.2 Planning a strategy for evaluation, using appropriate evaluation methods 3.3 Evaluating the product and presenting the results, including justification of the evaluation methods used 3.4 Drawing relevant conclusions in terms of the evaluation factors selected N4:
Investigate materials for manufacturing tasks in a workshop context by: 1.1 Selecting, with guidance, potential materials to suit manufacturing tasks based on the information given in working drawings and design proposals 1.2 Testing selected materials in terms of workability, practicability, function and performance 1.3 Recommending, with guidance, final selection of materials for manufacture of component parts of a prototype 1.4 Explaining why final selection of materials for the prototype is appropriate in terms of workability and practicability N5:
Investigate materials for manufacturing tasks in a workshop context by: 1.1 Selecting potential materials to suit manufacturing tasks based on information given in working drawings and design proposals 1.2 Testing the suitability of selected materials in terms of workability, practicability, function and performance 1.3 Recommending final selection of materials for manufacture of component parts of prototypes 1.4 Explaining why final selection of materials for the prototype is appropriate in terms of aesthetics, workability, practicability, function and performance N4
The learner will prepare for manufacturing tasks in a workshop context by: 2.1 Selecting, with guidance, tools and equipment for manufacturing tasks based on information given in working drawings for prototypes and materials selections 2.2 Suggesting a practical sequence for manufacturing processes for prototypes and giving reasons for its appropriateness in terms of practicability. 2.3 Confirming that tools and equipment are in good condition and safe working order before, during and after use N5
The learner will pepare for manufacturing tasks in a workshop context by: 2.1 Selecting tools and equipment for manufacturing tasks based on information given in working drawings for prototypes and materials selections 2.2 Suggesting a practical sequence for manufacturing processes for a prototype and giving reasons for its appropriateness in terms of practicability and efficiency. 2.3 Confirming that tools and equipment are in good condition and safe working order before, during and after use N4
The learner will plan and implement a manufacturing sequence for a prototype by: 3.1 Producing, with guidance, a manufacturing plan which incorporates requirements for tools, equipment, materials and fixings, as well as manufacturing techniques and processes 3.2 Preparing and marking materials for component parts, functionally sound and generally free from significant faults. 3.3 Cutting, shaping and competently finishing component parts of prototype prior to assembly demonstrating skill in the safe use of tools and equipment. 34 Assembling and joining component parts, resulting in a functionally sound prototype generally free from significant faults. N5
The learner will plan and implement a manufacturing sequence for a prototype by: 3.1 Producing manufacturing plans which incorporate requirements for tools, equipment, materials and fixings, as well as manufacturing techniques and processes 3.2 Preparing and marking materials for component parts, which are accurate and generally free from faults. 3.3 Cutting, shaping and finishing component parts of prototype prior to assembly demonstrating precision in the safe use of tools and equipment. 3.4 Assembling and joining component parts, resulting in a functionally sound prototype generally free from faults demonstrating skill in the safe use of tools and equipment Practical skills (50% of Design Assignment marks) Candidates will produce a prototype in order to evaluate their solution to the Design Assignment task. The prototype will allow learners to demonstrate practical skills in:
measuring and marking out
cutting, shaping and forming
assembly of components
finishing Specimen Assignment Design skills (50% of Design Assignment marks)

Candidates will produce a folio covering the following areas:
Ideas
development
communication
evaluation Assessment For N5 Specimen Exam The question paper will have a total of 60 marks. Learners will complete it in 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Approximately 50% will be awarded for questions related to design.

Approximately 50% will be awarded for questions related to materials and manufacturing. Assessment for N5 Any Questions? :) Develop the learner’s skills and creativity in designing a product towards manufacturing. Will be given a design brief and develop it to a final concept by generating ideas and applying research, graphics and modelling techniques. Existing products will be examined and evaluated to show how design factors affect the design of products. Understanding of the impact of design and manufacturing technologies on our environment and society. Activities will be a response to realistic and relevant situations. Develop a variety of skills:
Communication
Evaluation and reporting.
Listening and Talking
Numeracy Develop the learner’s skills and creativity in manufacturing a product, model or prototype based on a given design concept. Develop an appreciation and application of the properties and uses of materials and manufacture products, models and prototypes, applying a range of practical skills. Develop knowledge and grow in awareness of the impact and influence of materials and manufacturing on design activities and subsequently on the environment. Develop skills in technological capability and literacy Through discussion, dialogue, problem solving and reflective activities, listening and talking and the skills needed to work with others co-operatively. Should be focused activities to show how to be creative, to problem solve, and use resources effectively in meeting a perceived need.
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