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Lesson 2 evaluating previous as c w

  1. 1. Lesson 2: Evaluating previous AS C/W Sept 10/12 L/O: to be able to evaluate previous AS coursework and to determine how it is graded
  2. 2. Quiz • 5 mins • Identify topic & marks
  3. 3. Discussion of your reviews • Open your blogs…. • ‘The Closet’ • ‘Runaway’
  4. 4. LEVELS LEVEL GRADE EQUIVALENT 1 Incomplete/minimal U 2 Basic E-D 3 Proficient C-B 4 Excellent A
  5. 5. LEVEL LANGUAGE LEVEL OTHER WORDS 1 Incomplete/minimal 2 Basic 3 Proficient 4 Excellent
  6. 6. LEVEL LANGUAGE LEVEL OTHER WORDS 1 Incomplete/minimal Least, negligible, slight, insignificant, bare 2 Basic Straight forward, simple, underdeveloped, barely satisfactory 3 Proficient Capable, skilled, gifted, accomplished, achieved, 4 Excellent Outstanding, exceptional, brilliant, superb, tremendous
  7. 7. Construction mark scheme • How do you think you are graded on this c/w (construction)?
  8. 8. Construction mark scheme • -_____Producing material appropriate for the target audience and task; • -_____using titles appropriately according to institutional conventions; • -_____using sound with images • -_____editing appropriately for the task set; • -_____shooting material appropriate to the task set; • -_____including controlled use of the camera, • -_____attention to framing, • -_____variety of shot distance • -_____close attention to mise-en-scene; • -_____using editing so that meaning is apparent to the viewer • -_____making selective and appropriate use of shot transitions • -_____making selective and appropriate use of other effects. What do they mean? 2-3 minutes to think of each one….
  9. 9. Watch others GROUP VIDEO Judy + Mary + Kelly ‘Escape’ 2013 Gelsomina + Trisha + Rena ‘Numb the Pain’ 2013 Katia+Siovonne ‘Chance’ 2012 Laeticia+Tayla ‘Regret’ 2012 Courtney + Rena + Isabela ‘The Target’ 2013
  10. 10. Embedding • Other words: insert, implant, set in, put in • You will embed powerpoints and youtube videos onto your blog. Meaning you can directly view the videos and interact with the powerpoints on the blog (instead of hyperlink)
  11. 11. Instructions • Your blog = 1 window • class blog = 1 window • Click ‘New post’ • Select ‘HTML’ (always for embedding) • On class blog, click your video (will open a new screen) • Share, embed, copy embed code • Paste embed code in your new post (html) • Enter twice and type the name and year of your video
  12. 12. Group questions to answer • New post (compose) • Go to class blog & Copy group questions • Past into new post • Type answers in italic & blue (bullet points only) 1. What genre is this? Why? -Answer in different colour 2. What is the main plot? -Answer in different colour 3. What enigma (mystery/puzzle/riddle) is created? 4. Using mark scheme, WWW? 5. Using mark scheme, EBI (how could it be improved?) paste and complete on blog. TIMING 5 mins watch 2 mins discuss 13 mins questions ____ 20 mins total
  13. 13. Present to class • 8-10 mins each • Take notes if you wish (will have to do all on your blog for h/w)
  14. 14. Homework (Due Thur) • Embed all videos on blog (title = name of video……..html!) • Answer questions 1-5 for each video (title = ‘name of video’ evaluation…….compose) • Embed video (1 post), questions (another post)

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