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L5 Preproduction for Specialist Study
Reflective Strategies

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Day 1 presentation l5 pre prod

  1. 1. L5 PreProduction for Specialist Study<br />2011<br />
  2. 2. Kolb’s Learning Cycle<br />
  3. 3.
  4. 4. Self Assessment<br />What skill set do I have?<br />Which areas do I need to improve on?<br />Goal setting. Developing an action plan for development. What strategies in place? <br />What are my strengths?<br />What do I know?<br />What can I learn?<br />What do I need to know? <br />How much do I understand?<br />How can I take my learning further?<br />
  5. 5. Learning Outcomes<br />1. Define and engage in significant research activity relating to one or more specialist areas of related study<br />2. Articulate and persuade through visual and verbal presentation the merits of a particular working methodology designed to achieve specified outcomes<br />3. Identify and engage with a target audience through the construction of clear and articulate set of defining principles that underpin project design <br />4. A mature and professional responsibility demonstrated by completion (to agreed deadlines) of set tasks.<br />
  6. 6. Learning Outcomes 1<br />1. Define and engage in significant research activity relating to one or more specialist areas of related study<br /><ul><li>Research in your AOP
  7. 7. What are the skills needed and have been developed through the process?
  8. 8. Application of the knowledge, understanding and skills</li></li></ul><li>Learning Outcomes 2<br />2. Articulate and persuade through visual and verbal presentation the merits of a particular working methodology designed to achieve specified outcomes<br /><ul><li>Presentation (Verbal & Visual)
  9. 9. Defining an area of practice and specialism
  10. 10. What are the outcomes?
  11. 11. Reflection and strategies
  12. 12. Experiments and innovation</li></li></ul><li>Learning Outcomes 3<br />3. Identify and engage with a target audience through the construction of clear and articulate set of defining principles that underpin project design <br /><ul><li>Clear understanding of the intended target audience
  13. 13. Appropriate and related research (i.e. demographics, behaviour, age groups)
  14. 14. Primary & secondary research (record, analyse and evaluate)
  15. 15. Defining appropriate design principles (visual rhetoric) </li></li></ul><li>Learning Outcomes 4<br />4. A mature and professional responsibility demonstrated by completion (to agreed deadlines) of set tasks.<br /><ul><li>Agreeing to a defined set of tasks given by L6 student(s)
  16. 16. Evidence of participation and responsibility
  17. 17. Evidence of completion of tasks professionally (visual work)
  18. 18. Production Schedule</li></li></ul><li>Tasks and Assignments<br />Research and development (RVJ)<br /><ul><li>Document reflective process</li></ul>Assignment <br /><ul><li>At the end of module you should prepare a 10 minutes presentation in reflection to the learning outcomes.
  19. 19. You should by then able to define your AOP, evidence of strategies (plan of action) and what have been done. This should be supported by visual developments (demonstrate tests, experiments, references)
  20. 20. These tasks should also inform and prepare you for your L6 Specialist Study 1. </li></ul>Task for Friday (8th April ‘11)<br /><ul><li>Prepare a 5 minutes pitch about what you have to offer to the L6 students</li></ul>Some pointers:<br /><ul><li>What is your AOP (Area of Practice)?
  21. 21. What are your strengths?
  22. 22. What are you willing to partake in?
  23. 23. Anything else I can contribute?
  24. 24. Any areas of practice you would continue to develop or will develop?
  25. 25. You can include some visuals portfolio or a showreel or animation snippets? </li>

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