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                      END OF YEAR EXAMINATION

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Job title           Role / Responsibilities /      Routes I...
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 CREATE A STORYBOARD FOR EITHER YOUR PAIRED OR
                   GROUP PERFORMANCE
Use the boxes on the left for pict...
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                     Unit 2: PERFORMANCE


1) Explain what contributions you have made to the performance during the...
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                             Unit 2: PERFORMANCE

    3) Fill in the grid by giving examples of a time when you did ...
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                        END OF YEAR EXAMINATION

                          CREATIVE AND MEDIA

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                                                       (20 marks)

   1. Explain what contribution you have made to t...
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I don’t think that I have worked at a level in which they would in the creative and
media industry because the standar...
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End Of Year Examination

  1. 1. 1 END OF YEAR EXAMINATION CREATIVE AND MEDIA Duration: 1hr. 30 minutes NAME: Renee Bailey FORM: 11Y INSTRUCTIONS ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. SCENE: Fill in the grid. Use bullet points and short sentences. Spend 30 minutes on this section. This section is worth 20 marks. PERFORMANCE: Each question requires short paragraphs. You will need to write in reference to your role in the mime. If you have more than one role then you may write more about one and less about the other. Spend one hour on this section. This section is worth 40 marks.
  2. 2. 2 SCENE: 1.2 Job title Role / Responsibilities / Routes In Skills Required At what venue(s) in Duties (qualification; (What must you Stratford might I find training, be good at?) this job? experience, etc) Journalist A journalist has to find - A qualification in - You must be East end Life/ Bangla out new information to English Literature good at creative TV write about or report in a - Lots of writing and specific area that they experience in a turning a story specialise in. Creative and into something Media venue. readers will want to read. Web Designer Makes websites with an ICT qualification Computers/ ICT Bangla TV interesting layout and design. Animator To make a cartoon Qualifications in Computers/ ICT/ Stratford Theatre drawing come to life. ICT and Art. Designing Choreographer A choreographers roles - A qualification in - A high level of Stratford Theatre and responsibilities is to dance creativity to Royale/ East London choreograph and teach create a dance. Dance Company dances. Stage Manager Looks after the props - A theatre - Needs to be Stratford Theatre and everything on stage, qualification organised. Royale including the actors. Front of House Has to look after the - A theatre - Good with Stratford Theatre Manager front of a theatre working qualification people (working Royale with people. with the public sector). - Good communication skills. Curator Is a manager of a - A history - Organisational Museum Of Childhood museum and therefore qualification skills manages one. - Can take charge of a situation Runner A runner has to - A media related - organised Bangla TV undertake menial tasks qualification. - prepared to and jobs and acts as an undertake menial assistant. tasks. Graphics Designer Has to create new - graphics Computers/ ICT Bangla TV designs qualification Film Director Is the director of a film in - Experience in - Can take Bangla TV which they oversee Creative and charge of a everything that happens Media Venues situation. within it. - A media - Has a good eye qualification. for talent and a story.
  3. 3. 3 CREATE A STORYBOARD FOR EITHER YOUR PAIRED OR GROUP PERFORMANCE Use the boxes on the left for picture and boxes on the right to write about what is happening.
  4. 4. 4 Unit 2: PERFORMANCE 1) Explain what contributions you have made to the performance during the period from your group started planning and researching to the present time. Your contributions may include: • Ideas you have given • Storyboard, making the rehearsal schedule, finding rehearsal spaces, choreography, props, lighting plan, sound files or publicity materials that you found or created • Your attitude to the performance: Punctuality; Attendance to rehearsals; carrying out your duties; meeting deadlines; etc. • Making changes to improve your work or the group’s work • What you have done to ensure there are no health or safety risks for you or other members of the group (15 marks) 2) Evaluate your contribution to the performance: • What do you think you have done very well at so far? Explain • What have been your weaknesses or areas where you could improve? • Do you think that you have worked at a level that would be acceptable in the Creative and Media industry? Say why. (15 marks)
  5. 5. 5 Unit 2: PERFORMANCE 3) Fill in the grid by giving examples of a time when you did each of the following PLTS. (10 marks) PLTS YOUR EXAMPLE & EXPLANATION A time when you invited feedback to your work When we first created our celeb and fanatic and you responded well to criticism, praise or a scene, we weren’t sure whether it was all right setback or not, so we got feedback from other classmates. A time when you gave constructive support and When Shapla one of the actors in my group feedback to someone in the group performance didn’t know what to do I gave her advice about how her she should be like and what she should act like. (Ideas so she could develop her character. A time when you showed fairness and When we pitched ideas on how we could consideration to others in the group improve our group scene, we all took each of our ideas into consideration and used tried to combine all our ideas to be fair and work as a team. A time when you had to change an idea In our group scene we had so many ideas because of circumstances bunched into one little scene and it became too long and people (classmates) said that it dragged on a little bit. So we then had to work as a group to decide what things we needed to cut and what parts to keep. A time when you combined your idea with the When Alberta and I created a pair performance idea of others we both had separate ideas and approaches on developing a performance so what we decided to do is to combine our ideas to create a successful piece. A time when you identified a problem that When two other classmates had to join our needed to be solved or a question that the group performance (Shapla and Saddiquea). group needed to answer. They joined in too late when we had already created basically everything and were on the verge of finishing our performance so we had to include them around our scene so we had to go back to the drawing board and decide how we could include them into our group performance. We had done this by giving them new characters such as a new fanatic and a PA. A time when you agreed with a decision and In our group scene when Sabrina suggested you gave good reasons for agreeing. the I would be a ‘Fanatic’ who will be obsessed over the celebrity ‘Victoria Beckham’ as she fits our character profile perfectly.
  6. 6. 6 END OF YEAR EXAMINATION CREATIVE AND MEDIA Duration: 1 hour Unit 3: Artefact INSTRUCTIONS: You are advised to spend 5 minutes to plan your creative writing. You will need to apply all writing in this section to an artefact that you made. Spend 40 minutes on this section. This section is worth 40 marks. A) Write a poem OR a very short story about the pot you made. Your writing could be set in the past or present. It may be an improvement and extension of the piece you have already written. You could think about: - Who might have owned the pot? - Was it precious to one or more people? Why? - Did it cause a conflict between two or more people? (20 marks) B) Evaluate your pot. - Explain how you made it step-by-step - To what extent does it meet the standard you aimed for? Explain - How does it compare with the work of professionals you studied? - What could you have done to improve it? - Explain whether the pot tells the story you wanted it to.
  7. 7. 7 (20 marks) 1. Explain what contribution you have made to the performance during the period from when your group started planning and researching to the present time. I think that I have made a large contribution to the whole performance by giving ideas on what to do and what should be includes in the mime performance. For example, I help create our miniature pair scenes and helped develop it. I also contributed many ideas on what we could do for our main scene and structure it together. Again we needed to reduce the time in our scene; I contributed ideas in which we followed through with. As well as that, I made contribution to what should go on between each scene. During the making process of it all I made a storyboard so we could remember what went where and could refer back to it when necessary. I also helped on planning some of the rehearsals and trying to work through other student’s pre- planned schedules (timetables for other lessons) to come to some agreement. When the rehearsals was due I tried to find our group a free classroom to rehears our performances. Since I am a choreographer and a dancer I volunteered to create various dance sequences for part of the bus scene. I did this with the help of my colleagues. For our group scene, me and two other of my class mates created our own props (banners or fan posters) that we needed for the opening scene. We made our prop during lesson time in the art classrooms in order to make good use of it. To promote the show we made posters to put around the school. This was one of our ideas on promoting our show. My attendance to all the rehearsal has good as I have not missed any of them. This is because I know that hey are very important. I have tried my hardest on carrying out my duties and trying to meet all of my deadlines. How ever I do think that I could have improved on meeting my deadlines. A lot of alterations have had to be done to our performance as a whole and I have pitched as many ideas as I can. Not all of my ideas were taken on board but many of them were. In order to ensure safety for everyone I our groups, I have been sensible when doing things and we have all worked together as a team. 2. Evaluate you contribution to the performance. I think I have done well in trying to be creative with the things that we do as in making up the scenes and actually putting them to the test. My areas of improvement I would say would be meeting deadlines with getting our sound and making props. I could say that I could have improved the timing.
  8. 8. 8 I don’t think that I have worked at a level in which they would in the creative and media industry because the standards are a lot higher and the employer in that profession will be a lot stricter and tougher on meeting deadlines and other things like punctuality.

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