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The Time Project
Lesson 3: Brainstorming (Cognitive Chart)

Cognitive Chart

Attribute Analysis Chart
Programmes of study

The answers to the questions will give you a better understanding of the problem.
One way of recording your answers to these questions is in the form of a Spider Diagram or a Cognitive chart.

Start by writing the nature of the problem or even the Design Brief in the centre of the page. Around the outside of the centre bubble or box use the above questions to generate more ideas, solutions and ideas. This process can be completed individually or in a team.

Example of another Cognitive Chart used to examine a storage device.

Useful links

Situation & Brief

Orthographic Drawing

Brain Storming
Plastics Theory
Woods Theory
Metals Theory
Drawing Styles
Tools used
Vacuum Forming
Quality Control

Teacher's Rationale
Programmes of Study

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