Presentation on theme: "ASSESMENT OBJECTIVES FOR GCSE AREAS OF STUDY, WHICH FULFILL THE AO’s. AO1 Record observations, experiences, ideas, information and insights in visual and."— Presentation transcript:
ASSESMENT OBJECTIVES FOR GCSE AREAS OF STUDY, WHICH FULFILL THE AO’s. AO1 Record observations, experiences, ideas, information and insights in visual and other forms, appropriate to your intentions. Sketchbook studies Visual studies, direct observational drawings, home-works, photographs, photocopies, notes, compositional development, thoughts, visits to galleries, pastiches, recording relevant artists work. Visual Study sheets On A2/A1 sheets: A range of direct obs. Studies, developmental work, colour studies, experimental work in different media, composition development. AO2 Analyse and evaluate critically, sources such as, images, objects, artefacts and texts, showing an understanding of purposes, meanings and contexts. Sketchbook Studies Critical and contextual written and visual work, which relates directly to your ideas development for final compositions. Visual/development sheets Work which has a direct bearing on how you develop your ideas. A03 Develop ideas through a sustained series of investigations and exploration, selecting and using materials, processes and resources, identifying and interpreting relationships and analysing methods and outcomes Sketchbook Studies Investigating artists/ceramicists and making links with their work and your emerging ideas. Analysis of others work and your own, evaluating outcomes and selecting/rejecting ideas. Samples and experimental work. A wide range of creative ideas with various media, selecting the best practice and showing exploration of ideas and making intelligent judgments for final work. AO4 Present a personal, coherent and informed response, realising intentions and articulating and explaining connections with the work of others. In both sketchbook and development sheets, you must explore from a purely personal view, the starting points that you have been given. The word response, gives a clear indication that you must be motivated and inspired through your visual and written investigations into the subject matter at hand. Your final work must be a direct outcome of your developmental work.
‘How many…’ ‘Describe what happened…’ ‘Explain why…’ ‘Illustrate what took place…’ ‘Interpret the reasons why…’
‘Analyse reasons why...’ ‘What if X happened…’ ‘Assess the contribution…’ ‘Compare and contrast…’
Teaching Writing in Art Art and Design Journal Framework Suggested StructureSentence Starters IntroductionThis project is about…. The project we were given was…… Early Ideas (Including Visuals)The first thing I did was to brainstorm my ideas…… A critical decision was……. Talking to other people helped me think of….. Looking ahead I decided….. Sources drawn onI started by looking up….. I looked at the work of… and….. I liked the work of…because….. Annotated reproductions (Visuals) Information about artistsI found out that name (artist) has been inspired by….. The time that (name) influenced his work because….. How the work developed (Including visuals)To start with I….. Later on I….. At this point I judged…… I developed the work further by….. Problems and difficulties (if any) and how these were overcome A critical moment was….. When I got stuck I….. As a result I decided to….. Strengths and Weaknesses of final pieceI was pleased with….. I need to work harder at my….. On reflection…..
Teaching Writing in Art Critical Studies Framework