Unit briefing
Unit: Unit 1: Award Specific Unit
Title: Process and Materials
Start Date: 10th October 2013
Study Hours: 30...
assumed knowledge
https://net.nua.ac.uk/pluginfile.php/9866/mod_label/int
At the end of this project you will need to submit:
a) A body of s...
time management
timetable
activity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Research
Testing
Sampling
Final pieces
Creating
presentation
Presentation
Pecha Kucha...
Formulating a
Learning agreement
why what how
what
what interests you?
your making - contextual framework
social political
personal critical/theoretical
historical geographical
institutional cu...
what
what are your core ideas?
why? - consider the
evidence
why
why are you doing it?
what
what do you want to
achieve?
within unit
after the course
what
what does success look
like?
how
how do you achieve
success?
what
what are you going to do?
Richard Serra, "Verb List Compilation: Actions to Relate to Oneself"
[1967-1968]
TO ROLL
TO CREASE
TO FOLD
TO STORE
TO BEND
TO SHORTEN
TO TWIST
TO TWINE
TO DAPPLE
TO CRUMPLE
TO SHAVE
TO TEAR
TO CHIP
TO S...
what
title
what
focus on the issues you
wish to pursue
identify your learning
needs
what
define the scope and
nature of the study
identify access and
resource issues
how
how are you going to
achieve the learning
outcomes of the unit?
how
how does it relate to the
aims and assessment
criteria of the unit?
practical
timetable
what can you actually
do in the time you are
willing to give to the
course? – be honest
practical
budget
how much are you actually
willing to spend ?
how much time are you
going to give?
practical
ability
do you need to learn new
skills ?
content
be clear and precise
about what it is that
you are planning to do
content
think about what you
would like to study and
how this relates to
your practice
materials ambition -
what are you going
to do?
processes context
audience
work of others what do you -
want at the end?
un...
MA-ness
is the proposal feasible?
is the proposal of an MA
level?
Learning agreements considering and formulating asu1
Learning agreements considering and formulating asu1
Learning agreements considering and formulating asu1
Learning agreements considering and formulating asu1
Learning agreements considering and formulating asu1
Learning agreements considering and formulating asu1
Learning agreements considering and formulating asu1
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  1. 1. Unit briefing Unit: Unit 1: Award Specific Unit Title: Process and Materials Start Date: 10th October 2013 Study Hours: 300 Submission Date 16th January 2014
  2. 2. assumed knowledge
  3. 3. https://net.nua.ac.uk/pluginfile.php/9866/mod_label/int At the end of this project you will need to submit: a) A body of studio work and all supporting evidence of study, which includes final outcomes, prototypes, developmental work and a professional portfolio that critically informs and challenges design. b) A reflective journal, which clearly documents your project and effectively applies your research findings relevant to your practice in this unit. c) A completed Learning Agreement that proposes the content, intent and context for your work.
  4. 4. time management
  5. 5. timetable activity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Research Testing Sampling Final pieces Creating presentation Presentation Pecha Kucha Trip
  6. 6. Formulating a Learning agreement why what how
  7. 7. what what interests you?
  8. 8. your making - contextual framework social political personal critical/theoretical historical geographical institutional cultural
  9. 9. what what are your core ideas? why? - consider the evidence
  10. 10. why why are you doing it?
  11. 11. what what do you want to achieve? within unit after the course
  12. 12. what what does success look like?
  13. 13. how how do you achieve success?
  14. 14. what what are you going to do?
  15. 15. Richard Serra, "Verb List Compilation: Actions to Relate to Oneself" [1967-1968]
  16. 16. TO ROLL TO CREASE TO FOLD TO STORE TO BEND TO SHORTEN TO TWIST TO TWINE TO DAPPLE TO CRUMPLE TO SHAVE TO TEAR TO CHIP TO SPLIT TO CUT TO SEVER TO DROP TO REMOVE TO SIMPLIFY TO DIFFER TO DISARRANGE TO SHAVE TO OPEN TO MIX TO SPLASH TO KNOT TO SPILL TO DROOP TO FLOW TO SWIRL TO ROTATE TO SMEAR TO FLOOD TO FIRE TO IMPRESS TO INLAY TO LIFT TO CURVE TO SUPPORT TO HOOK TO SUSPEND TO SPREAD TO HANG OF TENSION OF GRAVITY OF ENTROPY OF NATURE OF GROUPING OF LAYERING OF FELTING TO COLLECT TO GRASP TO TIGHTEN TO BUNDLE TO HEAP TO GATHER TO ARRANGE TO REPAIR TO DISCARD TO PAIR TO DISTRIBUTE TO SURFEIT TO SCATTER TO COMPLEMENT TO ENCLOSE TO SURROUND TO ENCIRCLE TO HIDE TO COVER TO WRAP TO DIG TO TIE TO BIND TO WEAVE TO JOIN TO MATCH TO LAMINATE TO BOND TO HINGE TO MARK TO EXPAND TO DILUTE TO LIGHT TO REVISE TO MODULATE TO DISTRILL OF WAVES OF ELECTROMAGNETIC OF INERTIA OF IONIZATION OF POLARIZATION OF REFRACTION OF SIMULTANEITY OF TIDES OF REFLECTION OF EQUILIBRIUM OF SYMMETRY OF FRICTION TO STRETCH TO BOUNCE TO ERASE TO SPRAY TO SYSTEMATIZE TO REFER TO FORCE OF MAPPING OF LOCATION OF CONTEXT OF TIME TO TALK OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS OF CARBONIZATION 67-68 TO CONTINUE
  17. 17. what title
  18. 18. what focus on the issues you wish to pursue identify your learning needs
  19. 19. what define the scope and nature of the study identify access and resource issues
  20. 20. how how are you going to achieve the learning outcomes of the unit?
  21. 21. how how does it relate to the aims and assessment criteria of the unit?
  22. 22. practical timetable what can you actually do in the time you are willing to give to the course? – be honest
  23. 23. practical budget how much are you actually willing to spend ? how much time are you going to give?
  24. 24. practical ability do you need to learn new skills ?
  25. 25. content be clear and precise about what it is that you are planning to do
  26. 26. content think about what you would like to study and how this relates to your practice
  27. 27. materials ambition - what are you going to do? processes context audience work of others what do you - want at the end? unit/course title description of what you are interested in.
  28. 28. MA-ness is the proposal feasible? is the proposal of an MA level?
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