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  1. 1. 29/03/10 Plan for today. Period 1 and 2 ; working on evidence for folders. Tutorials. Period 5 ; PLTS.
  2. 2. Learning Objectives; To develop understanding of the difference between the levels of success of a Diploma project and how to achieve a high level mark To be able to identify where the PLTS skills have been used this term. Learning Outcomes; By the end of the lesson: ALL OF YOU will have completed some items on the checklist. MOST OF YOU will have improved the standard of your work. A FEW OF YOU will have completed most items on the checklist and improved the standard of your work.
  3. 5. Learning Objective 1; Interactive document on history of Performance. Mark Band 1 (1 – 4 marks); ..a limited investigation..a small amount of examples..an unelaborated outline..limited references. Mark Band 2 (5 – 7 marks); ..a competent investigation..a moderate amount of material..some attention to detail Mark Band 3 (8 – 10 marks); ..a well focused and well ranging investigation..a good quantity of highly relevant material..a detailed description..substantially covers the development..takes an explanatory approach to the factors which have influenced change.
  4. 6. Learning Objective 2 ; Planning of the Performance. Blogs. Notes. Pitch. Production schedule. Sketches. Meetings. ETC! Mark Band 1 (1 – 4 marks); Limited contributions..explores ideas to a limited extent. Mark Band 2 (5 – 7 marks); Makes a competent contribution..explores ideas to some extent. Mark Band 3 (8 – 10 marks); Makes a consistently effective and imaginative contribution..puts forward imaginative ideas, exploring them thoughtfully.
  5. 7. Learning Objective 3; Your contribution to the Performance. What you did. Working to deadlines. How you met your plans. Mark Band 1 (0 - 8 marks); Carries out responsibilities with limited success..a limited ability to manage time and work to schedules. Mark Band 2 (9 - 14 marks); Carries out responsibilities competently..some ability to manage time..works to schedules most of the time. Mark Band 3 (15 - 20 marks); Carries out responsibilities with confidence and skill..manages time efficiently..works to schedules at all times.
  6. 8. Learning Objective 4 ; Monitor and evaluate. Self and peer assessment. Evaluations. Mark Band 1 (1 – 4 marks); Monitors progress infrequently and irregularly..makes limited use of the results..limited understanding of strengths and weaknesses. Mark Band 2 (5 – 7 marks); Monitors progress with some regularity..fairly effective use of results..some understanding of strengths and weaknesses. Mark Band 3 (8 – 10 marks); Monitors progress with regularity and care..consistently effective use of results..good understanding of strengths and weaknesses.
  7. 9. Self Assessment Task. Choose 1 of the Learning Objectives (preferably 1 that you have the evidence for here.) Assess yourself against the Mark Band specifications..which Band do you think you are in so far?
  8. 10. Swap with your partner. Assess your partner' s work against the Mark Band specifications. Do you agree with their assessment of themselves? What do you think they need to do to get into a higher mark band?

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