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A student and teacher self assessment grid for marking music promo for OCRs G324 Advanced Portfolio. Candidates and teachers can see the full mark scheme using a simple tick box system. Also allows …

A student and teacher self assessment grid for marking music promo for OCRs G324 Advanced Portfolio. Candidates and teachers can see the full mark scheme using a simple tick box system. Also allows them to

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  • 1. Name: G324 Foundation Production in Media: Music Promo Research and PlanningLevel 1 Minimal 0-7; Level 2 Basic 8-11; Level 3 Proficient 12-15; Level 4 Excellent 16-20 Poor Basic Prof ExcelThere is research into similar products anda potential target audienceThere is work on shotlists, layouts,drafting, storyboards, animatics &scriptingThere is organisation of actors, locations,costumes or propsTime managementThere is use of appropriate digitaltechnology or ICT in the presentationCommunication skillsCare taken in presentation of research andplanningTotal:Teacher Comments:Targets www.alevelmedia.co.uk
  • 2. Name: Music VideoLevel 1 Minimal 0-14; Level 2 Basic 15-23; Level 3 Proficient 24-31; Level 4 Excellent 32-40 Ancillary - level 1 0-3; level 2 4-6; level 3 7-8; level 4 9-10 Poor Basic Prof ExcelShooting material appropriate to the tasksetFraming a shot, including and excludingelements as appropriateUsing a variety of shot distances asappropriateHolding a steady shot, where appropriateSelecting mise-en-scene including colour,figure, lighting, objects and settingEditing so that meaning is apparent to theviewerUsing varied shot transitions and othereffects selectively and appropriately for thetask setUsing sound with images and editingappropriately for the task setUsing titles appropriatelyTotal:Student Comments:Teacher Comments: www.alevelmedia.co.uk
  • 3. Name: Ancillary Task - Digipak - level 1 0-3; level 2 4-6; level 3 7-8; level 4 9-10Poor Basic Prof Excel awareness of conventions of layout and page design awareness of the need for variety in fonts and text size accurate use of language and register the appropriate use of ICT for the task set appropriate integration of illustration and text framing a shot, using a variety of shot distances as appropriate shooting material appropriate to the task set; selecting mise-en-scène including colour, figure, lighting, objects and setting manipulating photographs as appropriate, including cropping and resizing.Student Comments:Teacher Comments: Ancillary Task - Poster - level 1 0-3; level 2 4-6; level 3 7-8; level 4 9-10Poor Basic Prof Excel awareness of conventions of layout and page design awareness of the need for variety in fonts and text size accurate use of language and register the appropriate use of ICT for the task set appropriate integration of illustration and text framing a shot, using a variety of shot distances as appropriate shooting material appropriate to the task set; selecting mise-en-scène including colour, figure, lighting, objects and setting manipulating photographs as appropriate, including cropping and resizing. Total:Student Comments:Teacher Comments: www.alevelmedia.co.uk
  • 4. Name: The four questions that must be addressed in the evaluation are: • In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products? • How effective is the combination of your main product and ancillary texts? • What have you learned from your audience feedback? • How did you use media technologies in the construction and research, planning and evaluation stages? Use a different presentation method for each one. Electronic EvaluationLevel 1 Minimal 0-7; Level 2 Basic 8-11; Level 3 Proficient 12-15; Level 4 Excellent 16-20 Min Basic Prof ExcelThere is the use of digital technology orICT in the presentationThere is an understanding of the forms andconventions used in the productions.There is an understanding of the role anduse of new media in various stages of theproductionThere is an understanding of thecombination of main product and ancillarytasksThere is an understanding of thesignificance of audience feedbackThere is skill in choice of form in which topresent the evaluationThere is ability to communicateTotal:Teacher Comments: AO2 • Apply knowledge and understanding to show how meanings are created when analysing media products and evaluating their own practical work. (10%) AO3 • Demonstrate the ability to plan and construct media products using appropriate technical and creative skills. (30%) AO4 • Demonstrate the ability to undertake and apply appropriate research. (10%) www.alevelmedia.co.uk