Motivate your students to achieve their best with this textbook, which has been created after listening to the needs of students and teachers. We understand that a real understanding of Textiles Technology requires more than simply ticking off theory listed in the specification. Students need to know how and where to apply it, and understand why.Student projects are chosen to illustrate the creativity at the heart of the subject and to inspire your students. The good practice they demonstrate, and the constant links between the projects and theory, will mean more motivated students with a far better understanding of the subject.
Direct links between theory and its application, helping students to truly grasp underpinning knowledge and improve their written paper gradesWritten specifically for Textiles Technology, rather than adapted from a generic Design and Technology templateGenuinely exciting exemplars of innovative and interesting design solutions, which are analysed and linked to the AQA specification
Written specifically for Textiles Technology, rather than adapted from a generic Design and Technology template
Table of Contents:
1 Designing skills2 Making skills3 Values4 Fibres and fabrics5 Finishing processes6 Components7 Product analysis8 Social, cultural, moral, health and safety and environment issues9 Processes and manufacture10 Production planning11 ICT
About the Author(s):
Rose Sinclair is an experienced author, DATA curriculum advisor and textiles editor of the Just4Textiles magazine.Hermione Lewis is a Textiles teacher.
AQA GCSE Textiles Technology students