D&T KS3 Grade Descriptors 2016 (Y7)
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I can draw one design ideaI can draw one idea related to the design brief using a recognised drawing techniqueI can use one recognised design approach to generate a design ideaI can draw two distinct ideas that relate to the design briefI can draw and label multiple ideas that relate to the design briefI can show a variety of different ideas that cater for different people's likes and tastes, with some reference to my researchI can use a variety of design approaches to generate original and creative ideasI can show evidence in my designs of allowing for cultural differences where appropriateI can demonstrate a high degree of complexity, innovation and individual flair in my product designsI can achieve all the skills from previous levels and show exceptional commitment to Design and Technology including completing independent learning in lesson and at home.
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I can draw simple 2D sketchesI can colour my ideaI can use colour and texture to make my ideas look realisticI can talk about my ideas with my teacher and explain the reason behind the designI can use several distinct design approaches to generate design ideasI can design and develop my ideas by using different sources of informationI can annotate my design ideas to show I have drawn inspiration from research of existing productsI can show creativity in the designs for my productMy ideas show strong technical understanding of the properties and constraints of my chosen materials/components/ingredients, which are based on my research and analysis
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I can identify one advantage and one disadvantage of my designs, with some help or guidanceI can label basic features on my designsI can develop different ideas using some information based on my researchI can comment on my ideasI can use simple information to add detail to my idea, e.g. sample sizes, materials etc.I can use my knowledge of the form and function of several familiar products to develop and model realistic ideas that are suitable for a range of usersI can produce detailed product designs that are innovative and complexI can produce detailed product designs that show creativity and some complexityI can resolve any problems using drawings or modelling techniques and state what I have learnt from the modelling
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I can identify the user of the product I will be designingI can identify advantages and disadvantages of my designsI can attempt 3D SketchingI can say how I developed my ideaI can write about my ideas and explain reasons for my decisionsI can present my development work neatly using annotated 2D or 3D drawingsMy ideas show some technical understanding of the properties of my chosen materials/components/ingredients, which are based on my research and analysisI can design and creatively develop my ideas using a wide range of research and informationI can show all final details in my final development, including dimensions, materials/components/ingredients, colour, images and processes, and the final development meets all of my specification points
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I can demonstrate a small amount of creative thinkingI can suggest what materials/components/ingredients my idea could be made from and whyI can develop my work using a mixture of sketches and labels to show information about materials, sizes, how it works and who it is forI can demonstrate how my design ideas take into account costs and people's tastesI can make ideas and/or developments clear using 3D or mathematical modelling, discussion and/or spoken or digital presentationsI can use my knowledge of the form and function of familiar products to develop and model my own ideas with full annotation
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I can label potential general materials on my designsI can label specific materials on my designsI can identify possible problems with my designs and explain how I might overcome themI can annotate my development referring to the specificationI can use CAD to develop my ideas furtherI can use a range of strategies to fully develop and model appropriate ideas, responding to information I have found
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I can describe the features of at least two similar productsI can complete some basic, mostly accurate 3D sketchesI can say something good or bad about how I developed my ideaI can label my designs with dimensions and potential methods of making themI can carry out research into some of the features and characteristics of the product I am designingI can explain how my developed design meets the specification
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I can use my research to identify some of the design criteriaI can identify and write down advantages and disadvantages of my designsI can talk about my ideas and explain the reasons behind my designI can complete some complex, accurate 3D sketchesI can analyse most of the relevant features of at least two related products, including how they were made and what they were made fromI can carry out research into all of the features and characteristics of the product I am designing
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I can evaluate my ideas, suggesting verbally what I could do to improve them and ensure they are fit for purposeI can evaluate my ideas, suggesting in writing what I could do to improve them and ensure they are fit for purposeI can evaluate my ideas using my specificationI can produce a specification listing what the product must and could include, with a commentary that demonstrates methodical research and success criteria with which to judge the final productI can produce a specification listing what the product must and could include, demonstrating detailed research and considering social, economic, manufacturing and environmental factors
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I can identify some of the important features and characteristics of the product I am designingI can identify all the important features and characteristics of the product I am designingI can consider the primary users when evaluating my workI can show how every one of the design criteria links to my research and analysisI can explain in detail how my design will be influenced by the results of my research
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I can identify a few constraints (limits on what can be made) to possible designsI can identify many constraints (limits on what can be made) to possible designsI can explain why some of the features and characteristics in my design are importantI can identify the target market for the product
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I can produce a specification listing basic needs that the product must satisfyI can analyse some features of at least two similar productsI can produce a detailed specification listing needs that the product must satisfy, including a commentary of why my points are important and how they are backed up by my research
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I can make a few comments about what the results of my research might mean for my designI can produce a specification listing needs that the product must satisfy, with some evidence of my researchI can show how most of the design criteria are linked to my research
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