Evaluating

Evaluating

 

1.  Objective

1.1  evaluate the positive and negative impact of design on surroundings and others

1.2  discuss stability and form of other made objects and evaluate the effectiveness of the group product in the light of this investigation

1.3  justify the ideas, materials, joins, procedures and techniques used and indicate possible improvements

1.4  discuss and justify modifications that would improve the overall quality and stability of the outcome

1.5  appraise results against group’s initial plan and intentions.

 

2.  Recall

2.1  Brainstorm and list objects.

2.2  Compare and contrast their materials and structure.

2.3  Evaluate the positive impact of their design on their surroundings.

2.4  Evaluate the negative impact of their design on their surroundings.

2.5  Discuss the stability and form of these objects and evaluate their effectiveness in light of their purpose.

2.6  Give reasons for why the designers used the materials they used.

2.7  Give reasons for the joins that are used in the structure.

2.8  Give reasons for the procedures used in the structure.

2.9  Give reasons for the techniques used in the structure.

2.10  Suggest possible improvements at each stage.

2.11  Brainstorm modifications that would improve the overall quality and stability of the object.

2.12  List the modifications that would improve the overall quality and stability of the object.

2.13  Give reasons for how these modifications could improve the overall quality and stability of the object.

2.14  Compare the object with its initial purpose.

2.15  Evaluate and give reasons for why you think it is successful or unsuccessful.

 

3.  Performance

Create a presentation/poster/video including the following:

3.1  The object you selected and its purpose.

3.2  The positive and negative impact of the object on its surroundings.

3.3  Suggested modifications which could improve the object.

3.4  Reasons for why your suggested modifications will improve the object.

4.  Assessment

Your artefact will be evaluated on the following: (100%)

4.1  Your reasons for the positive and negative impact of the object on its surroundings. (22.5%)

4.2  Examples of ideas, materials, joins, procedures and techniques used to create the object. (22.5%)

4.3  Your reasons for your suggested modifications to the object.   (22.5%)

4.4  Your evaluation of whether or not the object has achieved its initial purpose. (22.5%)

4.5  The clarity and design of your artefact. (10%).