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Junior Cycle Applied Technology

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Publisher: Golden Key

This book is a new edition and reorganisation of the existing book based on the new “Strands” in the curriculum

Strand 1: Principles and Practice

Chapters on Drawing and visual communication, Materials, Safety, Tools and Electronic components.

Strand 2: Energy and Control

Chapters on Energy, Electricity, Electronics, Digital Control Systems and Automation and Robotics.

Strand 3: Technology and Society

Chapters on Technology and Society, Inventions and discoveries and Information and communication technology.

Resources for Projects:

Chapters on Assembling projects, Your technology projects and Design and Manufacture.

This publication:

•    Contains up-to-date content based on examination questions.
•    Is age-appropriate and visually attractive, offering the right balance of colour, images and text.
•    Focuses on design tasks and the application of technologies in projects.
•    Presents the content in manageable “chunks” via worked examples, “Test yourself”, activities and past exam questions for each topic.
•    Includes plenty of practice with sketching and project development, i.e. choosing and combining different materials, tools, processes, mechanisms and circuits to solve real-life problems.
•    Provides plenty of practice with carrying out calculations.

A noteworthy feature of “Applied Technology for Junior Cycle” is the “Design and Manufacture” chapter. This provides an opportunity for students to bring together the knowledge and skills that they have gained from previous chapters, in order to answer the “Design and Manufacture” examination questions. This chapter also provides students with valuable practice in and experience of designing, sketching and building their own technology projects.

The author

Paul Enright is an electrical and electronic engineer, IT and business consultant and technical writer.

He has worked in both multinational and Irish startup companies and is now an independent consultant.

Paul played a key role as a project consultant on “Technology for Leaving Certificate” publication.

 

School Level: Secondary

Class: Junior Cycle

Subject: Applied Technology

ISBN-10: 1999829328

ISBN-13: 9781999829322

Barcode: 9781999829322

Publisher: Golden Key

New column

Author: Paul Enright

Product: Book

Format: Paperback

Edition: 2nd Edition

Language: English

Pages: -

Publication Date: 2020

This book is a new edition and reorganisation of the existing book based on the new “Strands” in the curriculum

Strand 1: Principles and Practice

Chapters on Drawing and visual communication, Materials, Safety, Tools and Electronic components.

Strand 2: Energy and Control

Chapters on Energy, Electricity, Electronics, Digital Control Systems and Automation and Robotics.

Strand 3: Technology and Society

Chapters on Technology and Society, Inventions and discoveries and Information and communication technology.

Resources for Projects:

Chapters on Assembling projects, Your technology projects and Design and Manufacture.

This publication:

•    Contains up-to-date content based on examination questions.
•    Is age-appropriate and visually attractive, offering the right balance of colour, images and text.
•    Focuses on design tasks and the application of technologies in projects.
•    Presents the content in manageable “chunks” via worked examples, “Test yourself”, activities and past exam questions for each topic.
•    Includes plenty of practice with sketching and project development, i.e. choosing and combining different materials, tools, processes, mechanisms and circuits to solve real-life problems.
•    Provides plenty of practice with carrying out calculations.

A noteworthy feature of “Applied Technology for Junior Cycle” is the “Design and Manufacture” chapter. This provides an opportunity for students to bring together the knowledge and skills that they have gained from previous chapters, in order to answer the “Design and Manufacture” examination questions. This chapter also provides students with valuable practice in and experience of designing, sketching and building their own technology projects.

The author

Paul Enright is an electrical and electronic engineer, IT and business consultant and technical writer.

He has worked in both multinational and Irish startup companies and is now an independent consultant.

Paul played a key role as a project consultant on “Technology for Leaving Certificate” publication.

 

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