Design and Technology Stage 5 Second Edition
Fully revised for the updated Stage 5 Design and Technology syllabus, with even more practical activities and new case studies.
The second edition of Design and Technology Stage 5 has been fully revised to align to the updated syllabus.
- Even more practical activities provide plenty of opportunities for students to apply the theoretical knowledge they have learned.
- New case studies of contemporary designs such as the edible water bottle and new polymer banknote designs demonstrate the application of design and technology in the real world.
- The stunning new text design makes great use of colour and images, and presents the information in a clear and clutter-free style to cater for all students in the Design and Technology classroom.
- A team of strong, experienced authors, who know what works in the Design and Technology classroom, ensures this new edition will enhance the teaching and learning of Stage 5 Design and Technology.
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Complete PDF Textbook
Full PDF textbook [PDF 29.8Mb]
PDF Textbook chapters
Preliminary pages [PDF 1.5Mb]
Chapter 1: Design concepts and processes [PDF 5.7Mb]
Chapter 2: Developing design ideas and solutions [PDF 4.53Mb]
Chapter 3: The impact of past, current and emerging technologies [PDF 3.2Mb]
Chapter 4: The work and responsibility of designers [PDF 4.3Mb]
Chapter 5: Ethical and responsible design, appropriate technology and preferred futures [PDF 3.3Mb]
Chapter 6: Innovative, enterprising and creative design ideas and solutions [PDF 3.1Mb]
Chapter 7: Appropriate communication techniques [PDF 2.3Mb]
Chapter 8: Management strategies [PDF 2.6Mb]
Chapter 9: Risk management practices [PDF 1.7Mb]
Chapter 10: Selecting and using a range of technologies [PDF 4.1Mb]
Glossary and Index [PDF 0.8Mb]
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