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11 June 2012

D&T June Holiday to August 2012 Coursework Assignments

Every point below is IMPORTANT:

D&T JUNE Week 3 & 4 2012 Coursework:
  1. Come to the workshop during Week 3 and 4 of the June Holidays ONLY if you are touching up your coursework, otherwise stay at home.
  2. For working drawings, you must study your textbook on how to do each of them correctly before you start yours. That includes how to draw different types of lines (e.g. difference between dimension lines and product lines, etc., how draw to scale, how to dimension correctly, etc.
  3. Come back to school in July with the various types of drawings required in a working drawing completed. I’ll then give you feedbacks on your works to guide you towards submission standards. In some cases you will need minor changes. In other cases you may need to re-do. That depends.
  4. Update and stand-by your material list somewhere in your design journal. Do not bother to decorate it! You will eventually need to produce another one with just the right size for you to insert in your Presentation Board.
  5. Complete one A3 size Presentation Drawing (draw in contextual use).
  6. Do not ink your drawings yet. You will only ink them when the school begins in July and after I have seen your drawings. Inked drawings will be used for photocopying and scaling, etc.
  7. All drawing guide lines must be light and soft to facilitate erasing in case of mistakes. Always use guidelines to draw your project.
D&T JULY to mid-AUGUST 2012 Coursework In-Class:
  1. 2012 July – Completion of all Working Drawing + Presentation Drawing components for Presentation Boards.
  2. 2012 August – Design Journal Component (P&M, Research, I&D) Touch-Up + Written Theory (Design +3 × Technologies)
D&T JULY to mid-AUGUST 2012 Coursework After-Class:
  1. 2012 July – Product Prototype Completion + Touch-ups.
  2. 2012 July to August – Design Journal Components + Presentation Boards Components Touch-Ups.

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