As 1.2 excellence exemplar
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  • 1. Low Excellence    E
  • 2. The candidate has clearly identified the idea. The candidate has established direction for the essay with a focus on visual and optical techniques. The candidate has made an evaluative comment on a general level, showing appreciation of the technique. The candidate has established and explained the purpose of colour, providing specific detail.
  • 3. The candidate has explained the colour technique in terms of intended effect. The candidate has established an appreciation of technique on a general level. The candidate has linked specific details of technology to concrete moment within the film.
  • 4. The candidate has provided a specific example (although a further example and discussion of this technique on a wider scale would secure a solid Excellence).
  • 5. The candidate has produced a mature, concise, and coherent essay, featuring a genuine appreciation of the text as a crafted piece of literature. The essay is structured around distinct, fully developed points, with examples provided and examined. In the conclusion, the candidate has reasserted the central idea.
  • 6. High Excellence  
  • 7. The candidate has clearly established the important event and connected it to the director’s idea, which is also identified and verbalised. The candidate has provided an overview of key techniques. The candidate has given a concise summary and context for the chosen event.
  • 8. The candidate has provided specific detail and examples, along with an explanation in terms of both viewer response and director’s intention. The candidate has explained the technique with specific detail and an example. The candidate has explained both the intended and resulting effects.
  • 9. The candidate has expanded on the effect of the technique with perceptive comment and insight. The candidate has made a solid point that needs to be developed further, to show how the technique reconfirms the director’s iidea that the event should never be repeated.
  • 10. The candidate has looked at the techniques holistically and reconnected them to the central idea and intention Overall, the essay is coherent and structure. The candidate has shown a mature understanding of the techniques discussed and an appreciation of how the techniques work together to deliberately communicate an intentional idea. Not all points are fully developed to an equal extent, but the candidate has demonstrated a convincing knowledge of text revealed through specific detail.