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G324 marking criteria on 2 pages

  1. 1. A2 G324: Video Task – 2 page Criteria A2 Media Studies - G324: Advanced Portfolio in Media Marking Sheet – Candidate __________________________________________________ Final mark/100 _____________ RESEARCH & PLANNING LEVEL 1 (0-7) LEVEL 2 (8-11) LEVEL 3 (12-15) LEVEL 4 (16-20) Low High Low High Low High Low High Research into similar products and a potential target audience Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Organisation of actors, locations, costumes or props Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Work on shotlists, layouts, drafting, scripting, storyboarding Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Care in presentation of research and planning Minimal Basic level Good level Excellent level Time management Very poor Not good Good Excellent Level of skill in the use of Digital technology or ICT in R&P Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Communication Skills Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent EVALUATION LEVEL 1 (0-7) LEVEL 2 (8-11) LEVEL 3 (12-15) LEVEL 4 (16-20) Low High Low High Low High Low High Understanding of the forms and conventions used in the productions Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Understanding of the role and the use of new media in various stages of production Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Understanding of the combination of the main product and ancillary texts Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Level of skill in the choice of form in which to present the evaluation Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Ability to communicate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Use of digital technology or ICT in the evaluation Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent VIDEO TASK LEVEL 1 (0-14) in any LEVEL 2 (15-23) in some LEVEL 3 (24-31) in many LEVEL 4 (32-40) in most Low High Low High Low High Low High Holding a shot steady, where appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Framing a shot, including and excluding elements as appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Using a variety of shot distances as appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Shooting material appropriate to the task set Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Selecting mise-en-scene including colour, figure, lighting, objects and setting Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Editing so that meaning is apparent to the viewer Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Using varied shot transitions, captions and other effects selectively and appropriately for the task set Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Using sound with images and editing appropriately for the task set Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Contribution to group work, if appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent
  2. 2. A2 G324: Video Task – 2 page Criteria Marking Criteria for the Media Text (Appendix C) In this piece of work, in terms of production 40 marks will be allocated to the main task and 10 marks each for the two ancillary tasks. In arriving at these marks, centres should use the relevant markscheme below for whichever media is being assessed. Within the section of the main task, centres should consider the relationship between the tasks and ensure that a sense of brand identity across the package is evident. This should be taken into account at this stage. Where candidates have worked in groups, the teacher is asked to indicate clearly on the mark sheets any differences in the contributions made by each individual to the group’s work. The teacher should also make clear on the mark sheet the quality of the brand identity across the package as a whole. In arriving at a level, teachers are advised to adopt a ‘best fit’ approach. Main Task Subsidiary Task Level One 0 – 14 marks 0 – 3 marks Level Two 15 – 23 marks 4 – 6 marks Level Three 24 – 31 marks 7 – 8 marks Level Four 32 – 40 marks 9 – 10 marks
  3. 3. A2 G324: Print Task – 2 page Criteria A2 Media Studies - G324: Advanced Portfolio in Media Marking Sheet – Candidate __________________________________________________ Final mark/100 _____________ RESEARCH & PLANNING LEVEL 1 (0-7) LEVEL 2 (8-11) LEVEL 3 (12-15) LEVEL 4 (16-20) Low High Low High Low High Low High Research into similar products and a potential target audience Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Organisation of actors, locations, costumes or props Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Work on shotlists, layouts, drafting, scripting, storyboarding Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Care in presentation of research and planning Minimal Basic level Good level Excellent level Time management Very poor Not good Good Excellent Level of skill in the use of Digital technology or ICT in R&P Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Communication Skills Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent EVALUATION LEVEL 1 (0-7) LEVEL 2 (8-11) LEVEL 3 (12-15) LEVEL 4 (16-20) Low High Low High Low High Low High Understanding of the forms and conventions used in the productions Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Understanding of the role and the use of new media in various stages of production Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Understanding of the combination of the main product and ancillary texts Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Level of skill in the choice of form in which to present the evaluation Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Ability to communicate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Use of digital technology or ICT in the evaluation Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent PRINT TASK LEVEL 1 (0-14) in any LEVEL 2 (15-23) in some LEVEL 3 (24-31) in many LEVEL 4 (32-40) in most Low High Low High Low High Low High Using IT appropriately for the task set Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Showing understanding of conventions of layout and page design Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Showing awareness of the need for variety in fonts and text size Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Accurate use of language and register Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Appropriately integrating illustration and text Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Framing a shot, including and excluding elements as appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Using a variety of shot distances as appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Shooting materials appropriate to the task set Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Selecting mise-en-scene including colour, figure, lighting, objects and setting Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Manipulating photographs as appropriate for the context for presentation, including within text, within particular IT programmes, cropping and resizing Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Contribution to group work, if appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent
  4. 4. A2 G324: Print Task – 2 page Criteria Marking Criteria for the Media Text (Appendix C) In this piece of work, in terms of production 40 marks will be allocated to the main task and 10 marks each for the two ancillary tasks. In arriving at these marks, centres should use the relevant markscheme below for whichever media is being assessed. Within the section of the main task, centres should consider the relationship between the tasks and ensure that a sense of brand identity across the package is evident. This should be taken into account at this stage. Where candidates have worked in groups, the teacher is asked to indicate clearly on the mark sheets any differences in the contributions made by each individual to the group’s work. The teacher should also make clear on the mark sheet the quality of the brand identity across the package as a whole. In arriving at a level, teachers are advised to adopt a ‘best fit’ approach. Main Task Subsidiary Task Level One 0 – 14 marks 0 – 3 marks Level Two 15 – 23 marks 4 – 6 marks Level Three 24 – 31 marks 7 – 8 marks Level Four 32 – 40 marks 9 – 10 marks
  5. 5. A2 G324: Radio Task – 2 page Criteria A2 Media Studies - G324: Advanced Portfolio in Media Marking Sheet – Candidate __________________________________________________ Final mark/100 _____________ RESEARCH & PLANNING LEVEL 1 (0-7) LEVEL 2 (8-11) LEVEL 3 (12-15) LEVEL 4 (16-20) Low High Low High Low High Low High Research into similar products and a potential target audience Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Organisation of actors, locations, costumes or props Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Work on shotlists, layouts, drafting, scripting, storyboarding Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Care in presentation of research and planning Minimal Basic level Good level Excellent level Time management Very poor Not good Good Excellent Level of skill in the use of Digital technology or ICT in R&P Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Communication Skills Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent EVALUATION LEVEL 1 (0-7) LEVEL 2 (8-11) LEVEL 3 (12-15) LEVEL 4 (16-20) Low High Low High Low High Low High Understanding of the forms and conventions used in the productions Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Understanding of the role and the use of new media in various stages of production Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Understanding of the combination of the main product and ancillary texts Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Level of skill in the choice of form in which to present the evaluation Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Ability to communicate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Use of digital technology or ICT in the evaluation Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent RADIO TASK LEVEL 1 (0-14) in any LEVEL 2 (15-23) in some LEVEL 3 (24-31) in many LEVEL 4 (32-40) in most Low High Low High Low High Low High Recording material appropriate to the task set Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Using a microphone and/or mixing equipment to ensure sound is appropriate for the task set Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Editing and sequencing material so that it communicates meaning to the listener Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Using generic conventions effectively Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Contribution to group work, if appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent
  6. 6. A2 G324: Radio Task – 2 page Criteria Marking Criteria for the Media Text (Appendix C) In this piece of work, in terms of production 40 marks will be allocated to the main task and 10 marks each for the two ancillary tasks. In arriving at these marks, centres should use the relevant markscheme below for whichever media is being assessed. Within the section of the main task, centres should consider the relationship between the tasks and ensure that a sense of brand identity across the package is evident. This should be taken into account at this stage. Where candidates have worked in groups, the teacher is asked to indicate clearly on the mark sheets any differences in the contributions made by each individual to the group’s work. The teacher should also make clear on the mark sheet the quality of the brand identity across the package as a whole. In arriving at a level, teachers are advised to adopt a ‘best fit’ approach. Main Task Subsidiary Task Level One 0 – 14 marks 0 – 3 marks Level Two 15 – 23 marks 4 – 6 marks Level Three 24 – 31 marks 7 – 8 marks Level Four 32 – 40 marks 9 – 10 marks
  7. 7. A2 G324: Website / New Media Task – 2 page Criteria A2 Media Studies - G324: Advanced Portfolio in Media Marking Sheet – Candidate __________________________________________________ Final mark/100 _____________ RESEARCH & PLANNING LEVEL 1 (0-7) LEVEL 2 (8-11) LEVEL 3 (12-15) LEVEL 4 (16-20) Low High Low High Low High Low High Research into similar products and a potential target audience Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Organisation of actors, locations, costumes or props Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Work on shotlists, layouts, drafting, scripting, storyboarding Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Care in presentation of research and planning Minimal Basic level Good level Excellent level Time management Very poor Not good Good Excellent Level of skill in the use of Digital technology or ICT in R&P Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Communication Skills Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent EVALUATION LEVEL 1 (0-7) LEVEL 2 (8-11) LEVEL 3 (12-15) LEVEL 4 (16-20) Low High Low High Low High Low High Understanding of the forms and conventions used in the productions Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Understanding of the role and the use of new media in various stages of production Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Understanding of the combination of the main product and ancillary texts Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Level of skill in the choice of form in which to present the evaluation Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Ability to communicate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Use of digital technology or ICT in the evaluation Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent WEBSITE / NEW MEDIA TASK LEVEL 1 (0-14) in any LEVEL 2 (15-23) in some LEVEL 3 (24-31) in many LEVEL 4 (32-40) in most Low High Low High Low High Low High Combining some or all of images, text, sound and video as appropriate for the task set Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Using ICT effectively to facilitate the combination of such material Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Producing material so that it communicates clearly to the ‘reader’ Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Using the conventions of web publishing to enable the ‘reader’ to navigate the material appropriately Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent Contribution to group work, if appropriate Minimal Basic Proficient Excellent
  8. 8. A2 G324: Website / New Media Task – 2 page Criteria Marking Criteria for the Media Text (Appendix C) In this piece of work, in terms of production 40 marks will be allocated to the main task and 10 marks each for the two ancillary tasks. In arriving at these marks, centres should use the relevant markscheme below for whichever media is being assessed. Within the section of the main task, centres should consider the relationship between the tasks and ensure that a sense of brand identity across the package is evident. This should be taken into account at this stage. Where candidates have worked in groups, the teacher is asked to indicate clearly on the mark sheets any differences in the contributions made by each individual to the group’s work. The teacher should also make clear on the mark sheet the quality of the brand identity across the package as a whole. In arriving at a level, teachers are advised to adopt a ‘best fit’ approach. Main Task Subsidiary Task Level One 0 – 14 marks 0 – 3 marks Level Two 15 – 23 marks 4 – 6 marks Level Three 24 – 31 marks 7 – 8 marks Level Four 32 – 40 marks 9 – 10 marks

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