Indigenous Culture Arts, Material and Technologies
Year 3 – Creative Designers
Students describe the contributions of designers over time. This includes designing products, services and environments that make people’s lives easier, safer and more comfortable. They will explore how materials and design features can be used to produce designed solutions that meet the needs of the community and the environment. Students will be involved in the design and technology processes and productive skills. They will investigate existing designs, explore needs for new designs, generate ideas, select, test and use materials to make design examples, evaluate their ideas and processors and make changes where applicable. Following the design process, students meet the identified needs of users through the creation and modification of products.
In Lessons 1 to 17, students learn to:
- describe how designers contribute to our lives
- design features and describe their purpose
- give reasons for materials used in a design
- explain how Indigenous technology met needs
- investigate a local problem
- brainstorm design solutions to a problem
- write a production plan
- list safe work practices needed to make the design
- will make design solutions
- test design solutions
- reflect on and evaluate design solutions
- share their design.
- Knowledge and Understanding Test (Lesson 18)
- Assessment Task (Lessons 5–16)
Complete This Unit
Lesson 1: Famous Designers
Lesson 2: Design Features
Lesson 3: Properties of Materials
Lesson 4: Indigenous Technologies
Lesson 5: Investigators
Lesson 6: Investigators
Lesson 7: Brainstorming Ideas
Lesson 8: Brainstorming Ideas
Lesson 9: Production Plan
Lesson 10: Production Plan
Lesson 11: Safety
Lesson 12: Making Designs
Lesson 13: Making Designs
Lesson 14: Making Designs
Lesson 15: Testing
Lesson 16: Reflecting
Lesson 17: Sharing
Edit: Peer Feedback
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