Name:  LO: To analyse how representations are constructed in a TV Drama extract through the use of micro-elements (C / E /...
Level 3              Explanation/analysis/argument                     - Shows proficient understanding of the task –Relat...
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  1. 1. Name: LO: To analyse how representations are constructed in a TV Drama extract through the use of micro-elements (C / E / M-E-S/ S) Progression Descriptors / Success Criteria Comments or Evidence (or ‘How do you know?’) Date Date Date DateLevel 1 Explanation/analysis/argument - Shows minimal understanding of the task or little relevance - Minimal knowledge and understanding of the technical aspects used in the extract - Minimal discussion of the extract’s representations, with no attempt to link to textual analysis Use of examples - Offers minimal textual evidence from the extract - Offers a limited range of examples (only one technical area covered) - Offers examples of minimal relevance to the set question Use of terminology Minimal or frequently inaccurate use of appropriate terminologyLevel 2 Explanation/analysis/argument - Shows basic understanding of the task and some relevance to question - Basic knowledge and understanding of the technical aspects used in the extract - Some discussion of the extract’s representations, with some attempt to link these to textual analysis Use of examples - Offers some textual evidence from the extract - Offers a partial range of examples (at least two technical areas covered) with some relevance to the set question Use of terminology Some terminology used, although there may be some inaccuracies
  2. 2. Level 3 Explanation/analysis/argument - Shows proficient understanding of the task –Relatively range of relevant pointsstraight forward - Proficient knowledge and understanding of theideas have been technical aspects used in the extractexpressed with - Proficient discussion of the extract’ssome clarity and representations, mostly linked to textualfluency. analysisArguments aregenerally Use of examplesrelevant, though - Offers consistent textual evidence from themay stray from extractthe point of the - Offers a range of examples (at least threequestion. technical areas covered) - Offers examples which are mostly relevant to the set question Use of terminology Use of terminology is mostly accurateLevel 4 Explanation/analysis/argument - Shows excellent understanding of the taskComplex issues (range of excellent points)have been - Excellent knowledge and understanding of theexpressed clearly technical aspects used in the extractand fluently using - Excellent discussion of the extract’sa style of writingappropriate to representations, clearly linked to textualthe complex analysissubject matter. Use of examplesSentences and - Offers frequent textual analysis from theparagraphs, extractconsistentlyrelevant, have - Offers a full range of examples from eachbeen well technical area which are relevant to the setstructured, using questionappropriate Use of terminologytechnical Use of terminology is relevant and accurateterminology. Target: Target: Target: Target:

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