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Independent study/combine techniques and material/recycling

Skapad 2019-02-07 15:16 i Rödabergsskolan Stockholm Grundskolor
Grundskola 9 Slöjd
In the central contents in slöjd focus is on how to work with different materials and how they are produced regarding sustainability. Creating craft artefacts on your own makes it possible to be restraint, reuse, recycling and upcycle. In ninth grade when you have learnt different techniques, learnt about material, about how design can be interpreted in your craft artefact and tried projects that are more challenging it is time to deepen the knowledge on how techniques and materials can be combined. You will need to be a bit curious, take own initiatives and try a creative and problem-solving way of thinking. Look through your closet if you have something you can redo or change. Be a bit curious on possible combinations when you are in town or on the internet.

Innehåll

Content/ Target

You decide the content yourself based on your idea. You plan and produce one bigger or several smaller processes in craft. You`re expected to think through what material you need and what techniques to use as well as what tools you need to produce your craft artefact.

 

Recourses

You have access to material in the textile classroom or other material that you look up yourself for example using clothes you have grown out of or an old bag that you want to redo. In textiles, you can find literature to use or you can login to slöjdlexikon to look for ideas and instructions.

 

Assessment

How you give form to and produce your craft artefact.

How you reflect on choice of material, cultural connection, symbols and colours and shape.

How you handle tools and machines.

The quality of your handicraft when you sew, embroider, knit or chrochet.

How you try and retry during your process.

In what way you contribute to formulating action alternatives that lead the process to improvement.

How you use your creativity and independence.

How you make judgments about your process in slöjdportfolio in text and pictures using term specifics.

Uppgifter

  • Idea, planning and work process

  • Textile fibers and what they are used for

Matriser

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Knowledge requirements at the end of year 9

The ability to give form to and produce craft artefacts using different materials, hand tools, tools and craft techniques.

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Craft artefact
Pupils in a simple and partly systematic way can give form to and produce craft artefacts using different materials based on instructions.
Pupils in a developed and relatively systematic way can give form to and pro¬duce craft artefacts using different materials based on instructions and partly their own initiatives.
Pupils in a well-developed and systematic way can give form to and produce craft artefacts using different materials based on instructions and their own initiatives.
Tools
In their work, pupils can use hand tools, tools and machines in a secure and basically functional way.
In their work with crafts, pupils can use tools, instruments and machines in a secure and appropriate way
In their work, pupils can use tools, instruments and equipment in a secure and appropriate way with precision.

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The ability to choose an approach based on the aim of the craft task and some quality and environmental aspects.
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approach
Based on the aim of the craft task and some quality and environmental aspects, pupils choose their approaches, and give simple reasons for their choices.
Based on the aim of the craft task and some quality and environmental aspects, pupils choose their approaches, and give developed reasons for their choices.
Based on the aim of the craft task and some quality and environmental aspects, pupils choose their approaches, and give well developed reasoning for their choices.
Inspiration material
Pupils in crafts can contribute to developing ideas in interaction with inspirational material.
Pupils in crafts can develop ideas in interaction with inspirational material.
Pupils in crafts can develop ideas in interaction with inspirational material provided and material which pupils have themselves obtained.
combine
In addition, pupils can test how material and handicraft techniques can be combined with respect to an object’s form and function.
In addition, pupils can test and retest how material and handicraft techniques can be combined with respect to the form and function of an object.
In addition, pupils can systematically try and retry how material and handicraft techniques can be combined with respect to the form and function of an object.
Process
During the work process, pupils contribute to formulating and choosing action alterna¬tives that lead to improvements.
During the work process, pupils formulate and choose action alternatives which with some adaptation lead to improvements.
During the work process, pupils formulate and choose action alternatives that lead to improvements

Ny rubrik

The ability to make judgements about the work process with some use of terms specific to the crafts.
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make judgments
Pupils can also make simple judgments about the work process with some use of terms specific to the crafts, and show simple relationships between form, function and quality.
Pupils can also make simple judgments about the work process with relatively good use of terms specific to the crafts, and show simple relationships between form, function and quality.
Pupils can also make well developed judgments about the work process with good use of terms specific to the crafts, and show simple relationships between form, function and quality.

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The ability to interpret what a craft artefact expresses based on trends and traditions in different cultures.
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Interpret
In addition, pupils interpret what a craft artefact expresses and apply simple reasoning based on their own experiences, as well as trends and traditions in different cultures.
In addition, pupils interpret what a craft artefact expresses and apply developed reasoning based on their own experiences, and also trends and traditions in different cultures.
In addition, pupils interpret what a craft artefact expresses and apply well developed reasoning based on their own experiences, and also trends and traditions in different cultures.
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