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Technological Process

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Sara Diez Rodríguez

on 23 September 2013

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Transcript of Technological Process

Stages
The Technological Process
1. NEED
- Analyse the need or problem
and the possible constraints.

- Study similar cases and their solutions (background).
- Propose one or several solutions.
* Drawing is a good way of showing your idea.
* Decide the materials.





- Agree and choose the best solution.
* You can combine the positive aspects of several
designs to make the definitive product.
2. IDEA
3. DEVELOP THE IDEA
- Prepare plans and
measurements.






- Choose the necessary tools, materials and labour.
Prepare an estimate of costs.







- Prepare a time frame. Plan the construction.
4. CONSTRUCTION
- Construct and test.
* You should make the biggest pieces
first. This is the base of the design.
* Then, you can add secondary pieces
and other details.
* Appearence is important, too.

- If you change the design during the construction process, you must report it.
5. CHECK
- Evaluate
* Appearance
* Use
* Materials
* Durability
* Safety
* Possible modifications

- Write the final report.
You can add photos.
* Find information using books, the Internet, ....
* Classify and select the data.
IMPORTANT

Working in groups is not always easy.
You have to be professional, collaborative and respectful, and try to resolve conflicts trough dialogue and reasoning.
PARTS OF THE REPORT
- FRONT PAGE for the project: names of the group members, name of the school, group, year and title of the project.
- INDEX: a list of the report contents and page numbers.
- MATERIALS used in the construction of the project, quantity and price.
- TOOLS used in the construction of the project.
- PLANS AND DRAWINGS of the design of the project.
- DIARY: the things you have done each day.
- INCIDENT REPORT: a description of the problems you had and how you solved them.
- EVALUATION of thge project.
ORGANISATION OF WORKSHOP ACTIVITIES
COORDINATOR: is responsible for organising the work of each group member to achieve efficient teamwork. This person represents the group.

PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MATERIAL: collects the material needed for the work and is also in charge of recycling leftover.

PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE TOOLS: looks after the tools assigned to the group and make sure they are not lost or damaged.

SECRETARY: collects, checks and organises all the written documents from each group member (plans, process reports, estimates, etc.).

PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY: makes sure that the group members follow the health and safety rules at the workshop and when using tools.

PERSON IN CHARGE OF CLEANING: makes sure each workstation is left completely clean.
TYPES OF SIGNS
MANDATORY SIGNS
Tell you to use the correct type of protection to avoid accidents. This protection is obligatory.
TYPES OF SIGNS
DANGER SIGNS
Warn of possible dangers when you use certain materials or tools.
TYPES OF SIGNS
FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY SIGNS
Help and give information about first aid equipment and emergency exists.
TYPES OF SIGNS
PROHIBITION SIGNS
Forbid certain activities that put your health and that of others in risk.
RED CIRCLES WITH A LINE THROUGH THE PICTURE
IN GREEN and IN RED FOR FIRE
YELLOW TRIANGLES
BLUE CIRCLES
SAFETY RULES AT THE WORKSHOP
ESTIMATE
TECHNOLOGY, SOCIETY AND ENVIRONMENT
WHAT IS TECHNOLOGY?
Technology is the practical application of knowledge (science) and skill (techniques) to create solutions (technological objects or systems) which satisfy our needs or solve our problems.
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