OCR Design and Technology for GCSE Teacher Resource Graphics by Kevin Crampton


OCR Design and Technology for GCSE Teacher Resource Graphics by Kevin Crampton

Endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR GCSE Design & Technology specifications, this networkable resource contains specially-commissioned video footage of equipment, techniques and processes within real industrial scenarios. This will allow teachers to illustrate concepts that are difficult to demonstrate or explain in the classroom. Extra homework activities are also included, with some written around the videos to help teachers incorporate them into their lessons, whilst all illustrations from the associated students textbook are also included for teachers to use and annotate as they wish.

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Kevin Crampton is a senior examiners for OCR GCSE Design & Technology: Graphics.

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Publication date

26th June 2009



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