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2018_2019 4th 9 weeks 12

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EXAM REVIEW

Topic 1 & 7 Children's Books

TOPICS 2 & 8 Infographics

Topic 3 Sway Reviews

Topic 4 Quizlets

Topic 5 & 6 Foldables (you have these but here is an example...)

Topic 9 Presentations and One Page Review Docs

AWESOME STUDY AID!  PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE LOOK THIS OVER BEFORE THE TEST!


 

CLASSES LEFT UNTIL THE TEST:

  • 4/24 -- Class as usual

  • 4/26 -- Class as usual

  • 4/30 -- Class as usual
  • 5/2 -- Class as usual
  • 5/6 -- Class as usual
  • 5/8 -- NO CLASS (you have History Paper 3)
  • 5/10 -- Bio Paper 3 (1B = 5 out) (2B = 7 out)
  • 5/14 -- NO CLASS (all of the maths)
  • 5/16 -- LAST CLASS BEFORE YOUR EXAM (and everyone should be here!) 


5/6

TOPIC 

  • 10 - Commercial Production 
    • 10.1 - Just in time vs. Just in case
    • 10.2 - Lean Production 
    • 10.3 - Computer Integrated Manufacturing
    • 10.4 - Quality management 

ESSENTIAL IDEA

  • 10.1 - Justin time and just in case are opposing strategies utilized by the manufacturer
  • 10.2 - Lean production aims to eliminate waste and maximize the value of a product based on the perspective of the customer.
  • 10.3 - Computer-integrated manufacturing uses computers to automatically monitor and control the entire production of a product.
  • 10.4 - Quality management focuses on producing products of consistent required quality.

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Take a last look at a paper 2
    • Reading Time = 10 minutes
      • Start by looking at Part B -- for each question forecast what you think you can score on each
      • Then pick whichever one you think you can score highest on
      • Next go back through Part A and underline/highlight/take notes on the other questions -- Remember, you have to answer each in terms of the stimulus -- that means in context of whatever product the question is asking about.  
      • Answer the B and Question 1 -- you have 45 minutes.
    • Next take a look at this 10.5 Graphic organizer Codega has cooked up for you:

HOMEWORK

  • Finish the Graphic Organizer
  • Study at least a bit for Design Tech
  • Rest up, get your mind right, and crush some IB EXAMS! 

 

5/2

TOPIC 

  • 10 - Commercial Production 
    • 10.1 - Just in time vs. Just in case
    • 10.2 - Lean Production 
    • 10.3 - Computer Integrated Manufacturing
    • 10.4 - Quality management 

ESSENTIAL IDEA

  • 10.1 - Justin time and just in case are opposing strategies utilized by the manufacturer
  • 10.2 - Lean production aims to eliminate waste and maximize the value of a product based on the perspective of the customer.
  • 10.3 - Computer-integrated manufacturing uses computers to automatically monitor and control the entire production of a product.
  • 10.4 - Quality management focuses on producing products of consistent required quality.

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Read and interact with the packet Codega hands out 
  • Check out some quick notes -- make sure to add on to the packet if you need to (so keep it out muppets)
  • Complete the 10.3 & 10.4 Graphic Organizer
  • We'll cover 10.5 next class!

HOMEWORK

  • NONE! 

 

4/30

CORE TOPICS 

  • 9 - Innovation and Markets
    • 9.1 - Corporate Strategies
    • 9.2 - Market Segments and Sectors
    • 9.3 - Marketing Mix
    • 9.4 - Market Research
    • 9.5 - Branding 

ESSENTIAL IDEAS  

  • 9.1 - Companies and businesses can utilize a range of different strategies to develop products, services, and systems
  • 9.2 - Designers must research and consider the target market sectors and segments in the design of their products.
  • 9.3 - The marketing mix is often crucial when determining a product or brand's offering
  • 9.4 - Market research is any organized effort to gather information about markets or customers
  • 9.5 - Branding creates an identity for a product or company, which makes it distinct from another and can provide added value.   

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Make sure that you have emailed your presentation and 1 pager to Codega
  • Topic 9 Reading Notes Check
  • PRESENTATIONS!
  • Then a Paper 1 (WOO HOO) that we will go over the answers once everyone is done.

HOMEWORK

  •  

 

4/26

CORE TOPICS 

  • 9 - Innovation and Markets
    • 9.1 - Corporate Strategies
    • 9.2 - Market Segments and Sectors
    • 9.3 - Marketing Mix
    • 9.4 - Market Research
    • 9.5 - Branding 

ESSENTIAL IDEAS  

  • 9.1 - Companies and businesses can utilize a range of different strategies to develop products, services, and systems
  • 9.2 - Designers must research and consider the target market sectors and segments in the design of their products.
  • 9.3 - The marketing mix is often crucial when determining a product or brand's offering
  • 9.4 - Market research is any organized effort to gather information about markets or customers
  • 9.5 - Branding creates an identity for a product or company, which makes it distinct from another and can provide added value.   

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • You and a partner will get an assigned topic about Innovation and Markets
    • Due at the start of next class:
      1. A PPT, Prezi, or Sway about the topic
      2. A one page summary document about your topic using the Design Technology Guide.pdf & Topic 9 Innovation and Markets.pdf  
      3. middle column (Concepts and Principles & Guidance) -- basically this is something that I can post for studying purposes.  
    • We will present these on Tuesday!

HOMEWORK

 

 

4/24 -- REVIEW

CORE TOPICS 

ESSENTIAL IDEAS  

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Reading notes check!
  • Paper 3 talk -- but no writing!  We'll do that next week!
    • Part A
    • Part B
      • Read the questions FIRST and then go back and highlight/underline the case study.  LET THE QUESTIONS INFORM YOUR TEXT INTERACTIONS!
    • Discuss 
      • What topic is this?
      • Specifically what question does each topic reference (4.1, 7.3, etc)
  • Let's take a look at the last couple of Paper 1s you did.
    • Create a table in your notebook
    • For the questions you got WRONG complete the following:
      • Question #  IB DT TOPIC (down to the 4.1, 8.4, 10.1) 
           
           
           
           

         

      • Based on this info what do you need to study?

      • Create a comprehensive list:

        • I missed total:

          • Topic 1 - 5 missed

          • Topic 2 - 10 missed

          • Complete for all 10 topics 

HOMEWORK

 

4/22 -- Welcome back!  REVIEW

CORE TOPICS

  • 4 -- Raw Materials to Final Product

ESSENTIAL IDEAS 

  • Materials are selected for manufacturing products based primarily on their properties

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Create Topic 4 Quizlets
    • Topic 4 is mostly recall -- you mostly need to know what all this stuff is.

 

TOPIC  1B  2B 
Topic4.1PropertiesofMaterials.pdf  Kate and Eli  Maddie & Andy 
Topic4.2aMetalsandMetallicAlloys.pdf  Patrick  JP 
Topic4.2bTimber.pdf  John  Zac 
Topic4.2cGlass.pdf  Maegan  Carson 
Topic4.2dPlastics.pdf  Leighton  Alex and Isabel 
Topic4.2eTextiles.pdf  JT  Neal 
Topic4.2fComposites.pdf  Witt & Sam  Thomas 
Topic4.3Scalesofproduction.pdf Chris and Amelia MHS & Daniel 
Topic4.4Manufacturingprocesses.pdf  Wilhelm Jacob 
Topic4.5Productionsystems.pdf Elizabeth Garrison & Luke 

 

    • 25 cards/questions/whatever they are called
    • Based on the GUIDE (Concepts and Principles & Guidance -- Middle column only!)
    • Design Technology Guide.pdf  
  • DUE AT THE END OF CLASS! 

HOMEWORK

 

4/11

CORE TOPICS

  • 2 - Resource management and sustainable production
  • 8 -- Sustainability

ESSENTIAL IDEAS 

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Finish off the Paper 2 (questions 2,3,4) with a partner -- make these GOOD!
  • Make sure you send the infographic to Codega as code (so it can be embedded into a page on this website).
  • Quick presentations of your topics
  • Then we will go over the notes from whatever topics your class wasn't responsible for 
    • 1B - Topic 8
    • 2B - Topic 2

HOMEWORK FOR THE BREAK

 

4/9

CORE TOPICS

  • 2 - Resource management and sustainable production
  • 8 -- Sustainability

ESSENTIAL IDEAS 

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Bell Work
    • Let's tangle with Question #1 from the Paper 2 you messed with last week.
      • You have 17 minutes!
  • REVIEW TOPICS 2 and 8
    • Codega will assign you a topic
    • Your job is to go to - https://venngage.com/ (its probably blocked because Richland One) and create an infographic for whatever you were assigned.  IT MUST INCLUDE ALL CONCEPTS & PRINCIPLES AS WELL AS GUIDANCE!  Design Technology Guide.pdf.  If blocked please create another SWAY or a publisher document (saved and emailed as a pdf por favor) that gets that info across.
      • Assignments:
        1. 2.1 (group of 2) = John & Willhelm
        2. 2.2 = Amelia, Witt, JT
        3. 2.3 = Maegan, Leighton, Elizabeth
        4. 2.4 = Eli, Chris, Kate
        5. 2.5 = Carson, Andy, Thomas
        6. 2.6 = Alex, Daniel, Garrison
        7. 8.1 = Jacob, Luke, Isabell
        8. 8.2 = MHS, Zac, JP
        9. 8.3 (group of 2) = Maddie and Neil
        10. 8.4 =  Patrick, Sam
    • When you are done please share with john.codega@richlandone.org 

HOMEWORK

 

 

4/1 (senior skip day) ,4/3 (WIN testing), 4/5 - ACTUAL CLASS! Review

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Take another paper 1 (N18)!  You know you love it!
    • Mark and go over the answers! 
  • BREAK -- IA scores! 
  • With a partner answer a PERFECT paper 2 (N18) (that means you produce one written response per group but since there are two of you it better be good!
    • Today only look at PART B
      • Talk about what question you want to answer
      • Construct the PERFECT response to that question (we'll do the Part A next week) 
  • This should take the balance of class today... 

HOMEWORK

 

 

3/28 -- REVIEW

CORE TOPICS

  • 1 -- Human Factors and Ergonomics
    • 1.1a -- Anthropometrics
    • 1.1b -- Psychological Factors
    • 1.1c -- Physiological Factors
  • 7 -- User Centered Design 

ESSENTIAL IDEAS 

  •  Designers consider three human factors to ensure that products meet ergonomic needs.
  • The fundamental principle of UCD is that understanding the needs of the users is the key to designing the best products and services.   

CLASS ACTIVITIES

HOMEWORK

  • None this weekend -- take it easy... 

 

3/26 -- REVIEW

CORE TOPICS

  • 1 -- Human Factors and Ergonomics
    • 1.1a -- Anthropometrics
    • 1.1b -- Psychological Factors
    • 1.1c -- Physiological Factors

ESSENTIAL IDEAS 

  •  Designers consider three human factors to ensure that products meet ergonomic needs.

CLASS ACTIVITIES

HOMEWORK

 

 

3/21 - REVIEW

CORE TOPIC

3.1 -- conceptual modeling

3.2 -- graphical modeling

3.3 -- Physical Modeling

3.4 -- Computer Aided Design

3.5 -- Rapid Prototyping

ESSENTIAL IDEA/OBJECTIVES

  • conceptual model originates in the mind and its primary purpose is to outline the principles and basic functions of a design or system. 
  • Graphical models are used to communicate design ideas  
  • physical model is a 3D tangible representation of a design or system
  • computer aided design is the generation, creation, development, and analysis of a design or system using computer software. 
  • Rapid prototyping is the production of a physical model of a design using three dimensional CAD data 

CLASS ACTIVITIES

  • Something fun for a few minutes...(M17)
    • GO over the answers together.
  • Talk about PAPER 2 (good news -- there is some choice) and selecting the right question to answer in Part B. 
    • Then we'll specifically look at some Topics 5, 6, and 3 assessment
    • This is be a test grade for those topics

HOMEWORK

 

 

 

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