Food Technology Writing Frame End Of Year Exam - Year 13 - Essay

1586 words - 7 pages

Assessment Schedule
AS Technology 91617 (3.10)
Undertake a critique of a technological outcome’s design
Final grades will be decided using professional judgement based on a holistic examination of the evidence provided against the criteria.
Issues from the Specifications
Authentic candidate submissions will be recognisable because of specific contexts associated with the work. This does not imply that submissions will arise only from the candidate’s practice. However, where the candidate’s practice does not provide the immediate source of a specific context, one would expect to see that several sources of information relating to materials had been applied within a specific context. In both cases, the marker will be able to detect the candidate’s voice. In situations where information does not have some aspect of student voice, it is difficult to establish whether the candidate has actually demonstrated understanding or simply identified information.
Candidates who have simply identified information by reproducing information from sources without making use of that information have not demonstrated understanding.
Where a candidate has provided a brief answer, the answer should not be penalised because of length.
Candidate work in excess of 10 pages should not be marked.
Where work is illegible, it cannot be marked.
Digital submissions that cannot be read cannot be marked.
Achievement with Merit
Achievement with Excellence
Undertake a critique of a technological outcome’s design involves:
Undertake an in-depth critique of a technological outcome’s design involves:
Undertake a comprehensive critique of a technological outcome’s design involves:
explaining the concept of good design and why criteria for judging the quality of design change
explaining views of design and the judgement criteria used to determine the quality of the design of technological outcomes
appraising the design of a technological outcome using design judgement criteria.
discussing why the contemporary judgement criteria are important for design decision making
evaluating the quality of the design of a technological outcome using design judgement criteria.
discussing the impact of judgement criteria on design decision making
justifying the evaluation of a technological outcome’s design.
Writing Frame for Generic Technology 3.10
Undertake a critique of a technological outcome’s design
Sub headings
What needs to be said
What I am trying to explain – how, who when, why, where.
Why is good design important?
Face of your brand, sells product, long lasting appeal, functions as required, aesthetic value, shows quality, uniqueness and ……………………………
What is good design?
I will answer the question: What is good design as we see it today? I will explain what good design means. What makes a good design and a bad design these days? Talk about what good design is in different areas of technology – buildings, clothing, food, furniture.
Who s...

More like Food Technology Writing Frame End Of Year Exam - Year 13 - Essay

Impact Of Seventh Day Adventist Year End Camp - Leadership - Assignment

1238 words - 5 pages Free ... the youth, by the youth and with the youth. The AYM department has been endorsed in all five operational level of the SDA church thus: 1. Local church, 2. Local Conference, 3. Local Union. 4. Division and finally 5. General Conference. The KNFC of the SDA is the second level of administration, under AYM departments conducts annual AYM Year End camp towards the end of the year. The program focus groups are young people from the age of 4 – 30 as ...

Explore The Significance Of Crime Elements In This Extract Of American Psycho. - Pimlico Academy, Year 13 - Essay

1281 words - 6 pages Free ... element in crime fiction is the theme of deception which is demonstrated in two parts of this extract. The first person Bateman deceives in this passage is the victim, a five year old child throwing his candy wrapper in the bin. He does this by asking the child “Would you like...a cookie?” Naturally the child said yes and he used this lie as bait to then gruesomely murder him. The ellipsis shows a hesitation slight hesitation which brings us to the ...

Should A 13 Year Old Own A Smart Phone? - English - Essay

1358 words - 6 pages ... 50% of their time on their phone for non-learning and non-class purpose. Even if your not using your cell phone you could still get distracted. Author Bill Thornton said,"The sight of a cell phone reminds people of the (broader social community) they can accesses via texting and internet." It was said that the presence of your phone keeps you started and out of focus. An example from my personal life would be: while I’am writing this essay every 5 ...

Connecting Ideas On Short Stories Form The Early 20th Century - Year 13 - Connections Essay

1414 words - 6 pages ... this love letter she reads it out to all her new friends and they start laughing hysterically. ” When she reached the end they were hysterical: Bobby rolled on the turf and almost sobbed.” Isabel showing her friends this private letter shows the lack of respect Isabel has for William and her disregard for the dignity of her marriage. When Isabel is alone in her room again, she thinks about writing William back, but eventually puts it off because ...

Examine The View That Love Is Presented As Something That Is Forbidden - Queensbury Academy, Year 13 - Essay

1234 words - 5 pages Free ... army in an attempt to be free and be with Cecilia, however their relationship was doomed from the beginning as society looked down on the class difference and Robbie’s alleged sexual tendencies. McEwan writes the deaths in Briony’s confessions at the end of the novel in a ‘matter of fact’ language, “Robbie Turner died of septicaemia” and “Cecilia was killed in September of the same year”, this straightforward language suggests McEwan is trying to ...

Sociology - Types Of Social Norms - Year 13 Psycology Class - Essay

656 words - 3 pages ... Chrissy Patterson BRDG014 Sociology Essay – Types of Social Norms Social norms are the rules and regulations that societies live by, they are unwritten rules on how we should behave. The four types of social norms, folkways, mores, taboos and laws provide people with the expectations on how to behavior in an appropriate and acceptable way in society. Those who do not conform with the social norms are considered deviant and will face sanctions ...

In My Freshman Year At Parsons, I Was Asked To Share My Most Vivid Memory With My Class. - Wentworth Institute Of Technology , Entrance - Scholarship Essay

622 words - 3 pages ... just one day closer to being able to transform someone with something I’ve helped create. Just one day closer to being able to give the gift of architecture. When applying for a summer internship, I wrote a one-page essay, I told them that Architecture was the greatest gift I had ever received. It gives me a connection to everything around and allows me a way to help create someone’s’ greatest memories. Architecture is all around us, with its own ...

Critical Reasoning And The Arts Of Persuasive Writing - Drexel, PHIL 105 Final Exam - Essay

3160 words - 13 pages ... interest the social and political domain, and sometimes lets desired conclusions to prove a certain political point drive the findings of the research, rather than the data and design of the study. But whether or not this is always the case and why it is so dangerous is beyond the scope of this essay, but let’s just assume that the film is correctly reporting these scientific findings. The first episode of the series, “The Differences Between Us ...

Final Exam Assignment Information Technology - University Of Potomac - Assignment

1651 words - 7 pages ... Final Exam 8.1 1 Assignment 4.1. 3 Week 8- Assignment 8.1 Dishank patel University of the Potomac – Virginia Campus CBSC235 Foundation Of Cyber Security. Professor P Jaikaran 06/24/2018 Abstract As of late system security has turned into ...

Year Of Wonders - Analytical Essay - NCAT - English - Analytical Essay

1358 words - 6 pages ... essentially outgrown the village of Eyam by the end of her year of wonder. She knew that if she stayed the village wouldn't be able to move forward and neither would she. Anna made the extremely courageous decision to leave Eyam for the sake of herself and others, an action she never would have taken if it weren't for her year of true wonder. ...

Essay On The Assassination Of JFK - Year 11 - Essay

4415 words - 18 pages Free ... 20/20 Essay of JFK Assassination John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the thirty-fifth United States President, was assassinated on 22nd November, 1963, at 12.30pm in Dallas, Texas. The President’s fatal gunshot wounds came when he was riding in a motorcade in Dealey Plaza, with one bullet striking his head. The Governor of Texas, John Connally, who was in front of Kennedy, was also hit and critically injured. Kennedy was rushed to the emergency room of ...

The Authenticity Of Homer's Illiad - Year 11 - Essay

993 words - 4 pages ... found in each of the nine layers, it was found that the sixth or seventh layer was Troy. The seventh oldest city at the site fits the description of a city under siege and destroyed by war in 1175 B.C. Archaeologists have found arrowheads in the streets to support this claim, but the city itself was not as grand as the one described by Homer. Archaeologists believe Homer took an element of poetic licence when writing the Iliad by using the ...

A Memorable Experience With Food - Academic Reading And Writing - Essay

1587 words - 7 pages ... in front of me, smelling delicious with its signature sweet spicy aromatic scent. But one thing I must recall is I was never fond of any kind of spicy food. All I ate used to be sweet, soft and delicate as a five-year-old kid tends to love it and of course, no such food was available at that time on the trip away from home. They all started making their attempts to persuade me in trying the Biryani, "that spicy old guy food", totally not fit for ...

Reflection On The Development Of Academic And Professional Skill In Year One - Business School Year One - Essay

1538 words - 7 pages ... Reflection on the development of academic and professional skill in year one In this paper I am going to reflect on my professional and academic skills development throughout my first year at University. I began this course as a mature student hungry for education and a fresh challenge. During semester two, I found university quite hard as I am currently having family problems; as a result I had to learn to balance university life, part time job ...

We Cannot Depend On Mankind To Put An End To War For Us. We Can Put An End To War Ourselves - Leichhardt Campus Year 10 - Persuasive Speech

797 words - 4 pages ... and words from Australia can break the ceiling and end gender inequality.x) Why do we cut down 15 billion trees a year? Why do we burn 21.3 billion tonnes of coal per year? Was the slaughter of the Jews not equivalent to the slaying of young animals today?(x) The environment has not manipulated people but people have manipulated the environment. That is what makes it war. And what is Australia doing? Look at these headlines. GBR reef mining ...