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Film Studies Crit. C Blog

Film Studies Crit. C Blog

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Published by: filmteacher on Sep 17, 2010
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MYP Film Studies ElectiveCriterion C
Name _______________________________________ 
Criterion C :
Reflection and Evaluation (Maximum 8)
Students are expected to reflect on the themes and issues encountered during the project, and to evaluate creative development and processes. Thiscriterion includes:
using a developmental weblog throughout the creative cycle
reflecting upon, evaluating, assessing and appraising work to support creative development
using feedback and discussion on artwork to support creative development
examining the IB Learner Profile
LOA Descriptor
The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors given below1-2
The student’s use of feedback and reflections upon themes and processes is
The student completes a
evaluation of his/her level of skill.3-4
The student finds it difficult to take feedback into account when working.
The student
provides an evaluation
of his/her development as well as evaluating the themes and issues.
Some aspects of the evaluation may be
unrealistic or incomplete.
The student
on themes and issues and takes feedback into account when working.
The student provides an evaluation of his/her development
the process of working.
The evaluation includes
an appraisal of the quality
of produced work and an
of areas of improvement.7-8
The student gives a
considered response
to feedback.
The student provides a
reflection and evaluation of his/her development and of the process of working.
This evaluation includes an
of the quality of produced work and
details of improvements
whichcould be made.
Questions that you could ask:
What knowledge is being reviewed? What new knowledge has been introduced?What film studies skills are being reviewed and practiced? What new skills have been introduced?How can I further develop the skills I am learning?Did I solve any problems today? How? What didn’t I understand or find difficult today? What can Ido about this?What feedback (if any) did I receive today?
How can I improve my knowledge? How can I improve my skills?What will I do in response to feedback (if any) given?How successful was I in achieving my goals today and why? How could I / my group make use of timemore effectively?

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