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ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE  

 

EVIDENCE

Pairs of students are required to hand in at least:1 x A3 page of thumbnail designs for a flag or poster representing Aotearoa New Zealand1 x A3 of refinements of best two flag or poster designs1 x final flag or poster design

Note: The student is expected to actively participate in and contribute to group discussions in order to meet the Communicating and Interpreting strand of this assessment.

CRITERIA:

The student:Excellence

  • Identifies a range of key relationships between the production of selected art works and their contexts and influences. (UC)
  • Successfully applies knowledge and understanding of the design process (generation, development, presentation) to design a flag or poster. (PK)
  • Develops ideas for flag or poster showing an understanding of established practice. (DI)
  • Actively participates in and contributes to group discussions, consistently comparing and contrasting the ways in which ideas and art-making processes are used to communicate meaning in selected art works. (CI)

Merit

  • Identifies key relationships between the production of selected art works and their contexts and influences. (UC)
  • Applies knowledge of the design process (generation, development, presentation) in the design of a flag or poster. (PK)
  • Develops ideas for flag or poster showing some understanding of established practice. (DI)
  • Actively participates in and contributes to group discussions, comparing and contrasting the ways in which ideas and art-making processes are used to communicate meaning in selected art works. (CI)

Achieved

  • Identifies some of the relationships between the production of selected art works and their contexts and influences. (UC)
  • Applies knowledge of the design process (generation, development, presentation) in the design of a flag or poster. (PK)
  • Develops ideas for flag or poster showing awareness of established practice. (DI)
  • Participates in and contributes to group discussions, attempting to compare and contrast the ways in which ideas and art-making processes are used to communicate meaning in selected art works. (CI)

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