A comprehensive unit of work for Stage 4 Engineering Technology. The unit includes a flexible teaching program with three Design Briefs, student workbooks and solutions.
Created to directly meet all outcomes for stage 4 Technology Mandatory: Engineering Technology syllabus. The unit context focuses on how force, motion and energy can be used in systems. In Flying High, students are provided with opportunities to experiment with a range of fun gliders, including paper, balsa, and remote-control Styrofoam gliders.
Flexibility has been built into the unit, providing the teacher and school the ability to tailor to the needs of the student and school resource availability. In addition, the teaching program provides suggestions to support students requiring learning support.
- UBD Flying High Teaching Program
- 11-page Keyword Glossary Activity
- 30-page Flying High Student Workbook (digital & print version)
- Flying High Student Workbook (Answers)
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› designs, communicates and evaluates innovative ideas and creative solutions to authentic
problems or opportunities TE4-1DP
› plans and manages the production of designed solutions TE4-2DP
› selects and safely applies a broad range of tools, materials and processes in the production of
quality projects TE4-3DP
› explains how force, motion and energy are used in engineered systems TE4-8EN
› explains how people in technology related professions contribute to society now and into the
File types: Word Doc.
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