An entertaining way for students to demonstrate creativity and generate design ideas using drawing and rendering techniques.
This resource is designed to motivate our students during the current climate and inspire them to keep creating even though times are uncertain.
The trend of ‘dressing up’ to take the bin out, as the wheelie bin is going out more often than us now has been reported on in numerous publications and news programs. Let’s inject a bit of humour back into our students lives with this amusing textiles drawing task.
This digital download includes the ‘Design a Bin Isolation Outing Costume’ Design Brief and 4 unique fashion croquis for students to trace or draw their ideas on.
Students are encouraged to design a minimum of 3 designs with some suggested themes. They will then be able to tick which focus area their design fits into, apparel, textile arts, or costume. There are also two questions exploring textiles as a medium for self-expression and a general capability self-reflection.
- 15-page resource with:
- 4 unique fashion croquis
- Student instructions and design brief
- Student self-check and evaluation
- Syllabus links
Resource Type: Activity.
Digital File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File, Microsoft Word Document
Year 7 and 8 Textiles Technology
- TEX4-4 generates design ideas for textile items
Year 9 and 10 Textiles Technology
- TEX5-4 generates and develops textile design ideas
Year 7 and 8 Technology Mandatory Materials Technology
- TE4-1DP designs, communicates and evaluates innovative ideas and creative solutions to authentic problems or opportunities
Year 7 & Year 8
Generate, develop, test and communicate design ideas, plans and processes for various audiences using appropriate technical terms and technologies including graphical representation techniques (ACTDEP036)
Year 9 & Year 10
Develop, modify and communicate design ideas by applying design thinking, creativity, innovation and enterprise skills of increasing sophistication (ACTDEP049)
Focus Area: Project Work
- generate and develop design ideas using drawing and rendering techniques,
for example: (ACTDEP049)
– scaled pencil sketches
– tonal colouring techniques using watercolour media
– graphics or CAD drawing programs
use a variety of techniques to communicate and present the development of design ideas, for example:
– visual and graphical
– text based, eg word processing
- evaluate the designing and producing of a textile item using a variety of techniques including self-evaluation and peer evaluation, for example: (ACTDEP051)
– a self-reflection record, journal or blog
Areas of Study: Textiles and Society
- explore textiles as a medium of self-expression
Technology Mandatory: Materials Technology
- generate and communicate the development of design ideas, plans and processes for various audiences using appropriate technical terms and technologies including graphical representation techniques, for example: (ACTDEP036) CT DT
– sketches, drawings and computer-aided designs (CAD)
Life Skills Stage 5
Year 9 and 10
TEXLS-5 uses a variety of techniques to present design ideas and solutions
- develop supporting documentation for a textiles project, for example:
– ideas generation
– fashion illustrations and production drawings, eg CAD, graphics software
- collect feedback on a textile project from a variety of sources, for example:
Life Skills Stage 4 Technology Mandatory
- communicate design ideas to meet an identified need, using ICT as appropriate, for example: CT DT
– use a graphic organiser to brainstorm ideas
– sketch designs
– collect images
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