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    • Construction Mark Scheme L/O: To gain confidence in your understanding of the construction mark scheme & To be able to peer assess your peers coursework by assessing each of the assessment objectives and assigning an overall level/mark/grade
    • Purpose of lesson • Why do you think it’s important to have this lesson? • Why is peer assessment important?
    • Purpose of lesson • 1) to become more confident in mark scheme • 2) respond to audience feedback
    • You will need….. • Black/blue pen • Green pen • Folder on desk
    • Construction is assessing your F_____________ & E___________
    • Construction is assessing your Filming & Editing The construction mark scheme has ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES, which are all the technical features you are being marked on.
    • Rate your confidence in construction mark scheme 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Low High
    • Quiz – page 1 All must fill in the blanks Each of you have different papers: 1) Choose from word bank 2) Letter to give hint 3) No hints/clues 3-4 mins
    • Quiz – page 1 SELF ASSESS IN GREEN PEN
    • Quiz – page 2 Find the corresponding definition to the assessment objective Write the matching letter 7-8 mins
    • Quiz – page 2 SELF ASSESS IN GREEN PEN
    • Quiz – page 3 Write the marks for each level Write grade equivalent Use the percentages to help you 1-2 mins
    • Quiz – page 3 SELF ASSESS IN GREEN PEN
    • Rate your confidence in construction mark scheme 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Low High Has your confidence improved?
    • The Task…. Peer assess each other’s videos
    • Peer Assessment Form Mark each assessment objective with a sublevel Choose 1 level Give each person a -level -mark -% -subgrade WWW comments Targets how to improve
    • Learning Objectives RED AMBER GREEN Able to peer assess your peers coursework by setting levels for each assessment objective and overall level/mark/grade Also, be able to comment on successful features (WWW) in line with the assessment objectives Also, be able to set appropriate targets (EBI) of how the group could improve in line with the assessment objectives To gain confidence in your understanding of the construction mark scheme & To be able to peer assess your peers coursework by assessing each of the assessment objectives and assigning an overall level/mark/grade
    • Before you assess……. • Remember Tuesday’s lesson • Remember what Level 1, 2, 3, 4 looks like!
    • Who is marking who? Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Assessing…. Group 2 Assessing…. Group 3 Assessing…. Group 1 Complete as group but you’ve got your OWN targets. You don’t have to agree on sublevels/marks etc. 20 mins
    • Plenary ____ I did not meet any of my targets and therefore made very little progress _____ I met some of my targets and therefore some progress _____ I met most of my targets and therefore made great progress _____ I exceeded my targets and therefore made outstanding progress 10 mins
    • Rate your confidence in construction mark scheme 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Low High
    • Progress Made? Targets not met No progress Some targets Some progress Met targets Great progress Exceeded targets Outstanding progress
    • Group Marks Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 - 2B Producing an effective opening sequence -- 1/2 using titles appropriately - 1/2 using sound with images - 1/2 editing appropriately - 2B shooting material appropriate - 2C controlled use of the camera, - 2B attention to framing, - 2C variety of shot distance - 1/2 close attention to mise-en-scene; - 1/2 using editing so that meaning is apparent to the viewer - 2B use of shot transitions - 2C use of other effects. - 2B Producing an effective opening sequence -- 1/2 using titles appropriately - 2C using sound with images - 2B editing appropriately - 2B shooting material appropriate - 2/3 controlled use of the camera, - 2A attention to framing, - 2A variety of shot distance - 2B close attention to mise-en-scene; - 2B using editing so that meaning is apparent to the viewer - 2C use of shot transitions - 2C use of other effects. - 2A Producing an effective opening sequence -- 2A using titles appropriately - 2B using sound with images - 2A editing appropriately - 2/3 shooting material appropriate - 2/3 controlled use of the camera, - 2A attention to framing, - 2A variety of shot distance - 2/3 close attention to mise-en-scene; - 2A using editing so that meaning is apparent to the viewer - 2B use of shot transitions - 2B use of other effects. Level: 2C Mark: 24 /60 Grade: E3 Level: 2C/2B Mark: 27 /60 Grade: E2 Level: 2B/2A Mark: 32 /60 Grade: D3
    • Accurate marking? Not even close  Nearly there… Pretty Close! Spot on! 