Technical Graphics involves students in the development of the range of skills associated with the management of spatial problems and the graphical communication of spatial ideas and solutions.
Conventions and Standards
” Plane figures
” Transformation geometry
” Areas and figures
” Orthographic Projection
” Pictorial drawing and projection
” Scaled drawing
” Surface development
Technical Graphics is assessed at both Ordinary level and Higher level by means of a terminal examination paper.
” Freehand drawing and sketching
” Graphics in designing
” Computer graphics
Technology is the achievement of human purposes through the disciplined use of materials, energy and natural phenomena. Technology education involves students in developing their knowledge and skills, and in applying these through suitable tasks.
Knowledge and skills:
” Craft and materials
” Energy and control
” Technology and Society
” Problem identification
” Research of information
” Conceptualisation and modelling
The set of tasks, through which the student applies his/her knowledge and skills in the process of finding a solution to a problem, involve both progression (from closed to more open-ended tasks) and balance (in terms of range of resources, criteria, and relevance).
Junior Certificate Technology is assessed at both Ordinary level and Higher level by means of a terminal examination paper and a student project.
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