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  • Archer Inventors Summer Project 2015

    The task:

    You are going to develop an invention for tomorrow's world. You will be given 6 invention categories in this booklet to choose

    from. You will need to produce a thorough and detailed project about your idea.

    Your main tasks will involve:

    Researching your idea.

    Using surveys to find out about your target market.

    Presenting and analysing your findings using various methods of data presentation.

    Creating a final design brief.

    Presenting your idea through an extended piece of persuasive writing.

    Evaluating the success of your work.

    The final piece of work should be submitted as a project in a clearly labelled folder with your name and tutor group.

    The best entries will be awarded prizes and one project from each tutor group will be put into the grand Archer

    Inventors final. In this competition, you will be given the chance to pitch your ideas to our Archer Dragons to convince

    them to invest money into your design. A final prize will be awarded for the winner in year 7 and the winner in year 8.

    This piece of work is compulsory and must be submitted to form tutors on Monday 7th September for year 9 and

    Tuesday 8th September for year 8.

    Learning objectives:

    To work on a high quality thematic project showing evidence of research, analysis and evaluation.

    To enhance your creativity and independent learning skills through the development of your own innovative

    invention for tomorrows world.

    To apply numeracy and literacy skills that have been developed across this year.

  • To be successful you must: Fully complete each section as instructed.

    Organise your work appropriately to show clear development of ideas.

    Show high quality of presentation using QMS guidelines.

    Use diagrams where appropriate to present your invention ideas.

    Make sure that all diagrams have clear and appropriate titles, labels and annotations.

    Show clear evidence of independent research.

    Proof read your work to ensure it is communicated accurately and clearly.

    Numeracy Expectations: Show appropriate questionnaire questions.

    Design an appropriate capture sheet to record results.

    Present graphs accurately, with clearly labelled axis and appropriate titles.

    Show clear use of results when drawing conclusions and making decisions on your invention.

    Literacy Expectations: Make sure that all of your ideas are explained thoroughly and clearly.

    Show high levels of literacy with appropriate grammar, spelling and punctuation.

    Write in clear PEE paragraphs where appropriate.

    Your final project will be awarded a gold, silver and bronze level. This level will reflect how well you have met the above success criteria.

    Project success criteria

  • Option 2: Design a new school bag

    Heston Blumenthal is an amazing chef and inventor. Use

    him as inspiration to design or improve a recipe. Who

    knows you may awaken the chef in you!

    Useful websites:Hestons giant ice cream

    An article on Heston Blumenthals giant ice cream.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2167197/Heston-Blumenthal-unveils-worlds-

    largest-ice-cream.html

    Chemistry in the kitchen

    Videos explaining why everything in the kitchen involves chemistry.

    http://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00000850/kitchen-chemistry?cmpid=CMP00000966

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/chemical-reactions-during-cooking/92.html

    Chemical changes in cooking

    Some good examples of chemical changes in cooking.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/ocr_gateway/carbon_chemistry/

    cookingrev1.shtml

    Royal Society of Chemistry on Heston Blumenthal

    An article describing some of Heston Blumenthals cooking with chemistry.http://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/Issues/2005/May/Cookedtoperfection.asp

    Examples of chemical reactions in the kitchen (extension)

    More detailed explanation of some chemical changes in cooking.

    http://www.ehow.co.uk/list_6457215_examples-chemical-reactions-kitchen.html#pg=6

    Design your own school bag with new innovative

    ideas and using SMART materials.

    Think about the following:

    What dont you like about your school bag?

    What do you like?

    How can you improve the design?

    Can you use any SMART materials?

    How can you make it different to the other bags?

    Useful websites: https://www.rubegoldberg.com/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/design/re

    sistantmaterials/materialsmaterialsrev5.shtml http://www.nationalstemcentre.org.uk/elibrary/colle

    ction/1515/smart-materials

    Option 1: Design a new innovative recipe

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2167197/Heston-Blumenthal-unveils-worlds-largest-ice-cream.htmlhttp://www.rsc.org/learn-chemistry/resource/res00000850/kitchen-chemistry?cmpid=CMP00000966http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/chemical-reactions-during-cooking/92.htmlhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/ocr_gateway/carbon_chemistry/cookingrev1.shtmlhttp://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/Issues/2005/May/Cookedtoperfection.asphttp://www.ehow.co.uk/list_6457215_examples-chemical-reactions-kitchen.html#pg=6https://www.rubegoldberg.com/http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/design/resistantmaterials/materialsmaterialsrev5.shtmlhttp://www.nationalstemcentre.org.uk/elibrary/collection/1515/smart-materials

  • In many countries in Africa, two out of every five people do not have access

    to clean water. This increases the risk of illness caused by dehydration and

    poor sanitation. A seemingly simple, plastic barrel has made it possible to

    transport five-times the amount of water from a source to households, in

    countries where water is not readily accessible. The Hippo Water Roller is

    already in use in South America, India and 21 African countries, helping

    people reallocate hours spent fetching water to hours spent in school or

    completing tasks that may one day lift their families out of poverty.

    Find out about the Hippo water roller;

    how it works,

    how you might be able to improve it,

    the difference it has made in the world,

    What difference has it made in the world?

    What other inventions have helped change the wold in this

    way?

    Use your research to improve the design of the Hippo Water

    Roller, or to come up with your own invention to help improve

    the quality of lives in Less Developed Countrys.

    Useful websites:http://borgenproject.org/5-inventions-that-are-saving-lives/

    Option 3: Improve or design a better Hippo Water Roller

    Option 4: Where can we go next with 3D printing?

    3D printing is a recent invention that has opened

    up a new world to inventors and designers all over

    the world. They can be used for making anything

    including printing new organs!

    Find out about the different uses and come up with

    your own ideas. Suggest new ways of how these

    printers can be used in the future.

    Useful websites: https://designmuseum.org/ http://3dprintingindustry.com/2015/02/26/12-things-we-

    can-3d-print-in-medicine-right-now/ http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/11/24/print-

    thyself

    http://borgenproject.org/5-inventions-that-are-saving-lives/http://borgenproject.org/5-inventions-that-are-saving-lives/http://borgenproject.org/5-inventions-that-are-saving-lives/https://designmuseum.org/http://3dprintingindustry.com/2015/02/26/12-things-we-can-3d-print-in-medicine-right-now/http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/11/24/print-thyself

  • Design your own invention that will help develop something

    in either criminology or medicine.

    Inventions dont always have the uses that we expect. Use

    the websites to research how new inventions in criminology

    have helped solve crimes.

    You can also use the last link to find out about the

    unexpected turns that inventions have lead us through.

    Useful Websites: http://www.livescience.com/33749-top-10-inventions-changed-

    world.html http://www.history.com/news/history-lists/11-innovations-that-

    changed-history http://io9.com/5951267/10-inventions-that-changed-the-world-in-

    ways-we-didnt-expect

    Option 5: New inventions in criminology and/or medicine.

    Other useful websites links to get your started:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk.edgesuite-staging.net/education/topics/z9gcwmn/resources/3

    www.telegraph.co.uk/science/4981964/Top-10-inventions-that-changed-the-world

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/zsfb87h

    http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20130102-tomorrows-world?ocid=fu.ap.dw.tlt.ms.na

    Option 6: Your own invention.

    After conducting initial research you may have an

    interesting idea of your own. The websites below

    might help to spark an idea.

    Your idea must be something that will prove useful in

    todays society.

    http://www.livescience.com/33749-top-10-inventions-changed-world.htmlhttp://www.livescience.com/33749-top-10-inventions-changed-world.htmlhttp://www.history.com/news/history-lists/11-innovations-that-changed-historyhttp://io9.com/5951267/10-inventions-that-changed-the-world-in-ways-we-didnt-expecthttp://www.bbc.co.uk.edgesuite-staging.net/education/topics/z9gcwmn/resources/3http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/4981964/Top-10-inventions-that-changed-the-worldhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/zsfb87hhttp://www.bbc.com/future/story/20130102-tomorrows-world?ocid=fu.ap.dw.tlt.ms.na

  • Once you have chosen your design, you should complete all of the following activities.

    Step 1: