Design and Realisation by Colin Chapman, Mel Peace
  

Design and Realisation

Written by Colin Chapman, Mel Peace
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Part of the Collins GCSE Design and Technology Series

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Synopsis

Design and Realisation by Colin Chapman, Mel Peace

Suitable for students following GCSE D&T: Resistant Materials Technology, this title illustrates the full breadth of designing and making with resistant materials. This book has been written for students following GCSE courses in Design and Technology. It has been revised and meets the requirements of GCSE D and T Resistant Materials Technology. It allows students to acquire and practise the skills needed for design-based problem solving courses. Collins D and T: Design and Realisation explains the importance of investigating, planning, designing, making and evaluating and provides the technological knowledge necessary to undertake a wide range of projects. It enables students to make informed decisions about processes, materials and techniques, as well as placing their work in the context of the society in which they live.

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Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Colin Chapman, Mel Peace
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers

Publication date

1st October 1998

ISBN

9780003220353


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