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1 Students Name: Class: HOLY CROSS COLLEGE YEAR 10 Photography and Digital Media Filmfest 2016 Assessment Task No: 2 Short Film Date Handed Out Week 2 Term 2 Due Date Term 3 Week 3 Weighting 20% Total Marks 60 SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS Students are required to submit both finished film work and photography journal. Submit JOURNAL AND FILM to Ms. Tighe only in the designated lesson. Note: Printer or computer problems will be acceptable reasons for late or non-submission. ABSENCE / MISADVENTURE INSTRUCTIONS If you are absent from school on the day the task is to be completed you are required, on your return to school, to obtain an absentee form from the Year Coordinator, complete the form and attach any documentation and submit the form together with the assessment task to the Subject Coordinator See assessment handbook for details for late submission or extensions. MARKING Mark: / 60 Comment: Marker(s): Signature: Date: STUDENT CONFIRMATION This is all my own work. I have referenced any work used from other sources and have not plagiarised the work of others. Student Signature I have kept a copy of my task Yes/No Have this section completed for teacher signature on submission.

2 " Assessment Task Receipt Students to record all details before handing in. Teachers sign as a receipt. Student Name: Class: Subject: Task Number: Date Due: Date Submitted: Student Signature: Teacher Signature:

3 To be completed and submitted with the task STUDENT EVALUATION This is my best work I was organised I understood the task I took notice of the rubric and /or marking guidelines I checked the meaning of the key words in the Glossary of Terms Next time I will: Please complete the following sections following return of the task: I could improve the following skills in future by: Skills Method of Improvement I would like to see further clarification or assistance with: Student Name: Student Signature: Parent Comment: Parent Signature:

4 CONTEXT FOR THE TASK Students have been focusing on visual representation of ideas, thoughts and opinions. This task will provide ongoing opportunity for students to continue developing and expressing ideas and opinions that can be expressed in both a creative and expressive manner. They will continue to develop skills in both still and moving digital film. Students will extend their narrative writing skills and develop these in a visual representation. OUTCOMES BEING ASSESSED Making: 5.1: develops range and autonomy in selecting and applying photographic and digital conventions and procedures to make photographic and digital works 5.2: makes photographic and digital works informed by their understanding of the function of and relationships between artist-artwork-world-audience 5.4: investigates the world as a source of ideas, concepts and subject matter for photographic and digital works 5.5: makes informed choices to develop and extend concepts and different meanings in their photographic and digital works 5.6: selects appropriate procedures and techniques to make and refine photographic and digital works Journal: 5.9: uses the frames to make different interpretations of photographic and digital works 5.10 constructs different critical and historical accounts of photographic and digital works IN ORDER TO UNDERTAKE THIS TASK YOU WILL NEED TO: Write a creative narrative. Genre and theme to be your choice Produce a story board or Script Include the signature item in your work Conduct or video recording Manipulate and edit work Use notes and discussion after watching 2010 Tropfest Present in a professional manner

5 CROSS CURRICULA PERSPECTIVES Gospel Values Respect: Treating others with consideration and regard, respecting another person s point of view relationships and right exercise of power in a way that is life-giving for all people. Beauty: An awareness of the beauty of creation gives us cause to celebrate and give thanks Sensitivity: Positive regard for and interaction with others for mutual enrichment ICT graphics-based programs to create, manipulate and enhance digitally generated images (such as scanned images, digital camera, internet images, CD), video stills, animations and web page designs multimedia to create presentations that include graphics components, digital works, sound, video, lighting, performance works and installations Difference & Diversity In Photographic and Digital Media the experience of personal, social, spiritual and cultural differences is developed through practice and the interpretation of photographic and digital works representing different frames. Students can investigate the relationships within the conceptual framework and how personal, social and cultural differences can be examined and represented in photographic and digital works. Students can focus on conventions and innovations in the use of tools and technologies in still, interactive and moving forms to represent ideas, beliefs and perceptions about the world through the frames and conceptual framework. Literacy Students develop their literacy skills in the use of their journal for written evaluation and reflection about their own and other artists work. Students also develop visual literacy through the development of skills in viewing and interpreting a diverse range of photographic and digital works as text. Numeracy In this course students develop skills in judging proportions, sizes, time and spatial relationships in making photographic and digital works. Particular photographic and digital works such as computer-generated works employ complex mathematical knowledge and skills requiring precise measurement and geometry. Students are also required to use numeracy skills to manage and plan time framing and image, canvas and resolution sizing and adjustments. TASK RUBRIC Demonstrate the intended narrative in a film of a 2-4 minute duration Demonstrate use of a variety media skills and techniques to develop an original artwork Demonstrate consideration to the relationships of the 4 agents of the Conceptual Framework. Research and analyse relevant information. Including a written narrative, storyboard and on going visual and written development of work Reflect the above in a series of images, notes and references in journal Produce a short film. (Use of film taken yourself) Display work in a professional manner Compile a correctly formatted bibliography

6 THE TASK Journal Inclusions must be, yet not limited to ~ mind map/flow charts reflecting idea generation ~ personal written narrative ~ story board / script reflecting narrative ~ ongoing images as work develops with notes of progress and evaluation ~ for film: intended dialogue, music, camera and lighting techniques and ideas. ~ 200 word review of How to make a Music Video clip with a technical focus. Artwork FILM: (done in pairs) of 2-4 minutes telling a previously specified narrative. The film must in some way feature the theme HAPPY 24 HOURS. The film is to be edited and produced to play on any computer or DVD. Film may be silent, to music, narrated, use dialogue or any combination. All work is to be original. No images are to be sourced from the internet. An E or 0 grade will be given for plagiarised artwork. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS: Short film: Must be converted to quicktime or similar and SUBMITTED VIA HIVE.

7 MARKING GUIDELINES Criteria Outstanding High Substantial Satisfactory Elementary Successful and creative narrative that follows correct narrative format. Story Board (gives indication of film story and steps to completion) Script includes camera shots and angles, character instructions, dialogue and sound effects JOURNAL Extensive documentation of concept development and refinement Documentation of material and technique sampling and experimentation Refinement of ideas in to final concept Ongoing evaluation and progress documentation Creative Short Film including the specified signature. Demonstration of intended themes, subject and or concept TOTAL /60 FEEDBACK

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