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Y11 Unit 3 Montage Editing Crit. B

Y11 Unit 3 Montage Editing Crit. B

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Y11 MYP Film Elective Criterion B Task 3 Montage Editing

Name ______________________________ Due date: Task Description Students will plan, storyboard and edit a short film inspired by the Soviet Montage Theory. This task requires you prepare and present, in groups, a film using ONE of Sergei Eisenstein’s Methods of Montage. The film must address the key concepts previously studied in class, in particular the use of pacing and montage editing techniques. Students will be marked individually based on their contribution to the task. The grade is a culmination of their involvement throughout the entire production process from planning to shooting, editing and reflecting.
Criterion B : Application (Maximum 10) Students are expected to demonstrate the ability to apply the knowledge and understanding of the concepts previously studied in class. Assessment will be based on how well their chase scene demonstrates :

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Application of the understanding of Eisenstein’s Methods of Montage; Application of the appropriate use of montage editing techniques; Thorough and effective planning and pre-production skills; Thorough and effective time management;

Creativity and resourcefulness in shooting and editing; An ability to work well alone and as part of a team in the role of either: Writer, Cameraperson, Sound Director or Editor Level of Achievement Task Specific Descriptor 0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors given below 1-2

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The student shows little or no understanding of Eisenstein’s Methods of Montage; The student shows little or no understanding of montage editing techniques;

The student shows poor planning and time management and shows no contribution in the group’s organisation; The student shows little or no attempt to solve problems creatively; The student plays a superficial role in the task.

3-4

The student understands Eisenstein’s Methods of Montage but has difficulty applying this, even with support; The student understands the meaning of montage editing but has difficulty applying the techniques, even with support; The student shows ineffective planning and time management; The student shows ineffective attempts to solve problems creatively; The student plays a minor role in the task.

5-6

The student shows a good understanding of how Eisenstein’s Methods of Montage works and can apply this; The student understands how to montage edit and can apply the different techniques effectively in obvious situations The student shows moderate planning and time management; The student shows moderate attempt to solve problems creatively; The student plays an active role in the task.

7-8

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The student shows a thorough understanding of how Eisenstein’s Methods of Montage works and can apply this consistently and effectively The student understands how to montage edit their film and can apply the different techniques effectively in a variety of situations; The student shows effective planning and time management;

9-10

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The student almost always attempts to solve problems creatively; The student plays a committed role in the task.

The student shows an outstanding understanding of Eisenstein’s Methods of Montage and applies this almost faultlessly The student understands how to montage edit and can apply the different techniques almost faultlessly in a wide variety of situations; The student shows thorough and effective planning and time management; The student consistently attempts to solve problems creatively;

The student plays an irreplaceable role in the task. Student Grade and Comments: Teacher Grade & Comments:

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