Tomorrow When the War Began – The
            Board Game.



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Assessment Schedule: Produce a media or dramatic
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  1. 1. Tomorrow When the War Began – The Board Game. Ellie’s Trapped In this assessment you will: Arrange yourself into groups of 5. • Discuss how a board game based on the novel • Tomorrow When the War began may look. Develop and make the board game for others to play. • Design a 30 second advertisement for TV for the • game. Storyboard the advertisement. • Shoot the advertisement. • Edit the final product. • You will be assessed on: The presentation of the two media (game and • advertisement). The better of the two marks will be recorded on your first term report.
  2. 2. Assessment Schedule: Presenting Descriptor Key Indicators for this task: LEVEL 3 Use verbal and visual some verbal features features to (eg. dialogue, sound communicate effects, music, silence, information, ideas, or written language narrative through techniques, layout, drama, video, imperatives) or still photography some visual features (eg. camera shots and angles, costume, body language, titles, lighting, colour, layout, visual symbols) LEVEL 4 Combine verbal and some verbal features visual features to (eg. dialogue, sound communicate effects, music, silence, information, ideas, or written language narrative through techniques, drama, video, imperatives) computer, or other technologies and media some visual features (eg. camera shots and angles, costume, body language, titles, lighting, colour, layout, visual symbols) LEVEL 5 Combine verbal and some verbal features visual features so that (eg. dialogue, sound they work together to effects, music, silence, communicate written language information (in the techniques, case of a documentary) imperatives) or a story line through video. some visual features (eg. camera shots and Use and combine angles, costume, body verbal, visual, and language, titles, dramatic features to lighting, colour, layout, communicate visual symbols) information, ideas, or narrative to an identified audience
  3. 3. Assessment Schedule: Produce a media or dramatic presentation Descriptor Achievement Communicates straightforward ideas for a specific audience and purpose. Uses appropriate verbal and visual techniques. Identifies verbal and visual techniques used and their intended effect. Merit Communicates developed ideas for a specific audience and purpose. Uses appropriate verbal and visual techniques with effect. Identifies verbal and visual techniques used and their intended effect. Excellence Communicates fully developed ideas for a specific audience and purpose. Uses appropriate verbal and visual techniques with striking and or original effect. Identifies verbal and visual techniques used and their intended effect.

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