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Creating Success Criteria
Success Criteria Success Criteria are important when carrying out a piece of work. Depending on your target level, you will either be given some or you might need to write your own. Here are some ideas which you can base your success criteria around. Make sure they are specific to the piece of work, and can be checked at the end to see how successful you have been. 1.Target Audience – to gain high marks, your work must show that you are aware of who it is aimed at. This could include : suitable language / correct type of images / suitable amount of text : images. 2.Purpose – You need to make it clear you are understand what the piece of work is trying to achieve. 3.Quality – Use of high quality images / work free from spelling errors 4.Consistency – Use of a similar layout / font / colour scheme 5.Specific Requirements – If you have been told to include something in your work, this could be one of your success criteria e.g. I will include a picture of a person playing sport.
Example Success Criteria Here are some example success criteria for the following task: Staff, governors and local VIPs will be invited to the welcome reception, inviting foreign students to the school for their trip. You must create a formal invitation. It must: be single-sided A6 be presented four to an A4 page include appropriate information include the two emblems be suitable for printing in colour Success Criteria I will use language suitable for an adult audience in my initiation I will use high quality images that represent the event my invitation is for I will make sure my invitation tells the guests where and when the event is I will check my work to ensure it has no spelling errors I will use a consistent range of fonts and a colour scheme in my work I will make sure I meet all of the specified requirements listed
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