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Briefing 10th dec

  1. 1. the beginning of the end Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. but it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning. Churchill
  2. 2. finish your research report
  3. 3. plan the rest of the year
  4. 4. research testing sampling designing finished pieces
  5. 5. Proposalwhat are you going to do?why are you doing it?consider connections you have made andwant to make.what is your vision for the future - what willyou do next?
  6. 6. ProposalWhat are you proposing to do?Be clear and precise about what it is that you are planning to do.What you would like to study?What you would like to produce?What you would like to achieve?Is it achievable?
  7. 7. ProposalHow?State clearly how you will achieve your intentions.This may also refer to how you plan to present your work forassessment.
  8. 8. ProposalAssessment WorkDescribe the work you intend to produce for assessment and how itrelates to the assessment requirements.Be as clear as possible about how and what you plan to present.What form will it take? Although the amount of work involved shouldclearly equate to the number of study hours for the unit, this shouldbe quality work and not just quantity.
  9. 9. ProposalSchedule of WorkYou must devise a schedule of work clearly indicating how you planto use your time while doing this work so that you can meet thedeadline.Your schedule of work is important, as it will tell you and your tutorswhether what you plan to do is feasible in the time available.
  10. 10. are you working enough?
  11. 11. Course: BA (Hons) Textiles Year: ThreeUnit: BA8: Final Project 2Project TitleResolution, consolidation, innovationProject 1 of 1 within this unitStart Date: 10/12/12Study Hours: 680Submission Dates: 25/01/13 Research Report19/04/13 Extended Research Report ( if applicable)17/05/13 Studio practice
  12. 12. Course: BA (Hons) Textiles Year: ThreeUnit: BA8: Final Project 2Project TitleResolution, consolidation, innovationProject 1 of 1 within this unitStart Date: 10/12/12Study Hours: 680Submission Dates: 25/01/13 Research Report19/04/13 Extended Research Report ( if applicable)17/05/13 Studio practice
  13. 13. Course: BA (Hons) Textiles680 Year: ThreeUnit: BA8: Final Project 2Project TitleResolution, consolidation, innovationProject 1 of 1 within this unitStart Date: 10/12/12Study Hours: 680Submission Dates: 25/01/13 Research Report19/04/13 Extended Research Report ( if applicable)17/05/13 Studio practice
  14. 14. so – some working examplesHand in - 17/05/13 Studio practice = 161 days23 weeks = 161 days – weekends = 115 days5.9 hours a day for 115 days is 680 hours4.2 hours a day for 161 days is 680 hours5 hours a day for 136 days is 680 hours6 hours a day for 113 days is 680 hours7 hours a day for 97 days is 680 hours8 hours a day for 85 days is 680 hours
  15. 15. timetableactivity 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9ResearchTestingSamplingFinal piecesCreatingpresentationreflectionMid showShow workFinal show
  16. 16. materials ambition - what are you going to do? titleprocesses context description of what you are audience interested in.who are you what do youlooking at? want at the end?
  17. 17. peer assessment• How to build peer assessment• Criteria
  18. 18. Project groupsgroups A+B C+D E+F G+H I+J L+K M+N O+P+Q
  19. 19. Project outline
  20. 20. Project outline• You can approach this one week task from any angle.• As individuals you must work out what your strengths are and use these within the group.• As a group you must define your own parameters and notions of success.
  21. 21. RequirementsAs a group your body of work will include(minimum).• primary research• to include examples of appropriate market research for the work and the theme.
  22. 22. RequirementsAs a group your body of work will include(minimum).• Initial ideas• at least 100.
  23. 23. RequirementsAs a group your body of work will include(minimum).• samples/sampling• which shows evidence of skills, knowledge of process’s alongside coherent and rigorous thinking and reflection.
  24. 24. RequirementsAs a group your body of work will include(minimum).• final work (minimum)• 4 completed pieces that work as a collection.• 3 colour-ways or variations for each piece submitted.• 1 in-situ to scale contextual modelling for one of the designs submitted.• 1 ‘storyboard’ to include the development of your work and appropriate market research.
  25. 25. • 3 criteria for measuring outcomes with outlines for measuring the level of activity. excellent good ok badCriteria 1outlineCriteria 2outlineCriteria 3outline

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