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    A2 coursework outline and stop motion task v2 A2 coursework outline and stop motion task v2 Presentation Transcript

    • A2 Coursework Planning, Construction and Evaluation OCR G324 Advanced Production
    • How marks are awarded Component Marks Main task 40 Ancillary One 10 Ancillary Two 10 Planning 20 Evaluation 20
    • Planning (20 marks)
      • You must show evidence of planning your production from now until the deadline
      • Evidence of individual work must be provided via photos, video essays etc uploaded to your blog
    • Some things to include:
      • Preliminary tasks with analysis
      • Codes and conventions
      • Real media products, deconstructed
      • Practical tasks to show how you have developed
      • Practice ancillaries with evaluation
      • Location shots
      • Shot lists
      • Timetables
      • Evidence of roles taken in groups
      • Costume planning
      • “ Making of” short films
    • Moving image is marked on:
      • Holding a shot steady
      • Framing a shot appropriately
      • Using a variety of shot distances
      • Shooting material appropriate to task set
      • Selecting mise en scene
      • Editing so meaning is apparent to viewers
      • Transitions, captions and effects used appropriately
      • Sound and images edited appropriately
    • Planning is marked on:
      • Research into similar products and target audience
      • Organisation of actors, locations, props, costume
      • Shotlists, layouts, drafting, scripting, storyboarding
      • Time management
      • Care in presentation of research and planning
      • Skill in use of ICT in presentation
      • Communication skills
    • Evaluation
      • Understanding of audience, institution
      • Understanding of technology
      • Understanding of representation, forms and conventions
      • Ability to refer to choices made and outcomes
      • Understanding of your development from preliminary to full task
      • Ability to communicate
    • Four evaluation questions
      • In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
      • 2. How effective is the combination of your main product and ancillary texts ?
      • 3. What have you learned from your audience feedback ?
      • 4 .How did you use media technologies in the construction and research, planning and evaluation stages?
    • Short evaluation of summer stop motion project
      • How did you use technologies to create your product? (just give a brief outline)
        • Digital cameras
        • Uploading to slideshare/YouTube
        • Embedding in blog
    • How did this task enable you to be creative ?
          • Building narrative- did you find this difficult?
          • How did you decide what to use?
          • Drafting- how many ideas did you have?
          • Did you work with someone?
          • Were there any limits in terms of resources, time, location?
      • Did you use, develop or challenge existing media conventions in your short film?
        • Use of narrative
        • Protagonist/ antagonist?
        • Mise en scene- does this contribute to the narrative?
        • Continuity
        • Framing