OCR DT Graphics: Sustainable Design 6R's Mock Paper Answers

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Design Technology: Graphics
Sustainable Design
Reduce
1. Any answer allowed from below to gain one mark.
When the designer tries to reduce any unnecessary packaging, energy and
waste during the manufacturing stage.
The designer tries to reduce the products life cycle.
Involving the designer thinking about built in obsolence and how to not use it
just to ensure the customer will repurchase it.
2. Any three allowed from below to gain one mark for each.
Reduce the size of the box [1]
No need for the vacuum formed case for the egg and chocolates to sit in [1]
Each chocolate doesn't need to be wrapped individually [1]
The size of the egg could be reduced to help save foil [1]
3. One mark for each point. (max. of 2 marks)
Built in obsolence is when a product gradually becomes non-functional over a
period of time on purpose [1]
It puts the consumer under pressure to buy again [1]
Reuse
4. One mark for each point. (max. of 3 marks)
When the product can be used for the same purpose [1]
When the product can be used for a new purpose [1]
When the product can be used to suit an alternative purpose [1]
5. One mark for each point. (max. of 2 marks)
(Give an example of a product that can be reused) [1]
(State how it will be used and where) [1]
6. One mark for each from the list below. (max. of 2 marks)
Images can be used for postcards [1]
Greeting cards [1]
Posters [1]
Another newer calendar [1]
Birthday Cards [1]
Pictures [1]
(any other suitable reasonable answer would gain a mark)
© Karina Gahir

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Design Technology: Graphics
Sustainable Design
Recycle
7. One mark for giving a definition of recycling, and the other three
marks for naming each type of recycling. (max. of 4 marks)
Recycling is the conversion of waste products into new materials. A product
can be reformulated into a new product [1] (or any other suitable answer would
gain a mark)
Types of recycling are: Primary Recycling [1]
Secondary/ Physical Recycling [1]
and Tertiary/ Chemical Recycling [1]
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Design Technology: Graphics
Sustainable Design
13. One mark for a description of the damage and the other two marks
for the description following the example. (max. of 3 marks)
(Example of damage) [1]
(Description of damage) [1]
Refuse
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