KS3 Design and Technology Needs and Likes quiz

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KS3 Design and Technology Needs and Likes quiz. Needs and Likes are defined by different meanings. Needs mean the things are necessary for us. We have to get them to survive or to reach our purposes. Some people who are contented with a simple and economical life but they are still happy; Likes are the things they don’t have and they want to get for satisfying themselves and take something for granted. They pursue the luxurious life and ‘waste a lot of things’ in many perspectives. I think the needs come from the requirement of survival and the likes come from a sense of vanity and temptation.

Needs are the basic requirement of the human being for surviving. Basically consist of the materialistic needs and the spiritual ones. About the materialistic needs, such as air, food, water, nutrition, protein, the things we need to use in daily life. In general, materialistic needs are depend on different people because we all have different standards to distinguish the needs. The spiritual needs are technically consist of the love between families, the love between couples or between friends, the care come different walks of life, the donations from the society and many people believe one of the religions as their believes. They are called spiritual pillars which can make us feel being concerned. For example, lots of people live in a depressed environment with hopelessness. There are statistics about the needs in the poor areas. Over 1.1 billion people in the world live on less than one U.S. dollar per day.500 million people are hungry and another 500 million are so poor that they get too little food to be fully productive. Every day 25,000 people, many of them children, die from the results of dirty drinking water. They need the hope and spiritual pillars. So we should be completely contented with life we have given by our parents. In my opinion, needs are the things are easy to get in our life, but we should save the needs for people who are really need it.

  Likes are the things we have out of our control and most of them are come from the sense of vanity and temptation. They give us the maximum satisfaction. It can also defined as the desire and pursue. For example, my friend is using an iphone 3. But the iphone 4 is better than iphone 3 and then she bought the latest one. That’s why apple company is so attracted by the young people. And why the brands are so popular such as LV, GUCCI, PRADA, CHANNEL….

1:

What is the checklist called that helps identify needs?


Correct
  • 1:
    MEAT checklist
  • 2:
    PIES checklist
  • 3:
    MASH checklist
  • 4:
    PEAS checklist
2:

The area of design concerned with how a product looks is called .......


Correct
  • 1:
    aesthetics
  • 2:
    scale
  • 3:
    shape
  • 4:
    texture
3:

Which word is used when describing two-dimensional objects?


Correct
  • 1:
    Form
  • 2:
    Shape
  • 3:
    Size
  • 4:
    Space
4:

What does the 'P' stand for in the PIES checklist?


Correct
  • 1:
    Personal
  • 2:
    Physical
  • 3:
    Preference
  • 4:
    Psychological
5:

What does the word 'texture' mean?


Correct
  • 1:
    The amount of pixels in an image
  • 2:
    The feel, appearance or consistency of a surface
  • 3:
    The level of roughness of a surface
  • 4:
    The type of pattern on an object
6:

What does the 'I' stand for in the PIES checklist?


Correct
  • 1:
    Information
  • 2:
    Intellectual
  • 3:
    Introspection
  • 4:
    Involvement
7:

Which word is used when describing three-dimensional objects?


Correct
  • 1:
    Form
  • 2:
    Shape
  • 3:
    Size
  • 4:
    Space
8:

What does the 'E' stand for in the PIES checklist?


Correct
  • 1:
    Emotional
  • 2:
    Envy
  • 3:
    Evolution
  • 4:
    Exciting
9:

What does the 'S' stand for in the PIES checklist?


Correct
  • 1:
    Sexual
  • 2:
    Social
  • 3:
    Special
  • 4:
    Super
10:

What word means 'attractive relationship in size or shape between the parts of a whole'?


Correct
  • 1:
    Emphasis
  • 2:
    Proportion
  • 3:
    Rhythm
  • 4:
    Variety
11:

Which element has the most emotional impact on people?


Correct
  • 1:
    Colour
  • 2:
    Form
  • 3:
    Light
  • 4:
    Line
12:

What does 'symmetrical' mean?


Correct
  • 1:
    Having a herringbone pattern and rough surface
  • 2:
    Having more than five parts
  • 3:
    Made up of exactly similar parts facing each other
  • 4:
    Using all the colours in the rainbow
13:

What is used to show the complete range of colours?


Correct
  • 1:
    A colour box
  • 2:
    A colour code
  • 3:
    A colour rainbow
  • 4:
    A colour wheel
14:

What would you expect the flavour to be in a green bottle of drink?


Correct
  • 1:
    Lemon
  • 2:
    Lime
  • 3:
    Raspberry
  • 4:
    Strawberry
15:

What kind of 'board' might you use in relation to design?


Correct
  • 1:
    A blackboard
  • 2:
    A surfboard
  • 3:
    An image board
  • 4:
    An ironing board

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KS3 Design and Technology Needs and Likes quiz