AQA GCSE Design and Technology Graphic Products by Eamonn Durkan, David Dunlop, Geoff Westell
  

Synopsis

AQA GCSE Design and Technology Graphic Products by Eamonn Durkan, David Dunlop, Geoff Westell

Inspire your students and develop their knowledge of good practice and theory, with a textbook that fully links creativity and practical skills to underpinning knowledge. Real understanding requires more than simply ticking off theory listed in the specification. Students need to know how and where to apply it, and understand why. - Written specifically for Graphic Products, rather than adapted from a generic Design and Technology template - Exciting exemplars of innovative and interesting design solutions, which are analysed and linked to the AQA specification - Direct links between theory and its application, helping students to truly grasp underpinning knowledge and improve their written paper grades

About the Author

Series Editor Bryan Williams is a senior examiner for a large awarding body Eamonn Durkan is a former examiner for a major awarding body David Dunlop is a former Head of Design and Technology and is an Advanced Skills Teacher

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
208 pages

Author

Eamonn Durkan, David Dunlop, Geoff Westell
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

27th May 2011

ISBN

9781444123708


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