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Assessment Objectives

AO1 - ‘Develop’   ‘Develop ideas through sustained and focussed investigations informed by contextual and other sources demonstrating analytical and critical understanding’ AO2 - ‘Experiment’ ‘Experiment with and select appropriate resources, media, materials, techniques and processes, reviewing and refining work as it develops’ AO3 - ‘Record’   ‘Record in a visual and/or other forms ideas, observations and insights relevant to intentions, demonstrating ability to reflect on work and progress.’

AO4 - ‘Present’ ‘Present a personal, informed and meaningful response demonstrating critical understanding, realising intentions and, where appropriate, making connections between visual, oral or other elements’

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‘Simplified’ Assessment Objectives
AO1 - ‘Develop’
• Develop ideas based on information you have gathered from looking at the work of others Look at the work of other artists and cultures Include personal responses, both visually and verbally • • Collect primary research (first hand objects, visits, drawings, photographs etc.) Collect secondary research (magazines, internet books etc.) ‘contextual’ sources Produce transcriptions and responses (own versions linked to project) of artists work in relevant media. See the work of others in galleries exhibitions or museums • • • Reflect upon your work (what has/hasn’t work worked?...why, where is you project going? ) and demonstrate progression (what are you doing next?...why?) Document and record your ideas (step by step) Present your findings from research and related sources.

AO3 - ‘Record’
• Record observations and ideas which are appropriate to your project and ideas (both visually and verbally) Include primary drawings, photos, manipulated photos and annotations.

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AO4 - ‘Present’
• Present personal, informed and meaningful outcomes from your research and development work. Use the information gathered from your research and development work to create a personal outcome (final piece). Demonstrate your understanding and realise intentions. Make informed connections with visual elements or the work of others. Display your skills in the media you have chosen. Write an evaluation

AO2 - ‘Experiment’
• • Experiment and choose appropriate resources Include a range of media, materials, techniques and processes Use art materials and equipment to generate ideas Review, modify and refine your work as it develops. Plan your work and ideas. Annotate and evaluate the processes (at all times) to inform your further development towards your final outcome. •

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Top Tips!!
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Primary Sources are so important!!! 1) DRAW, DOODLE, SKETCH from observation continuously 2) CAPTURE and RESPOND to PHOTOGRAPHS!

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Development...not repetition

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Engage yourself within the artwork you are working with - respond and relate to your ideas and intentions

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Visually respond to an artists work by linking it to your ideas - don't just do transcriptions

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Visual analysis is very important - you are analysing the work by responding and creating your own 'versions' of the work.

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Translation from one media to another

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In annotation we are looking for your own personal opinions based on informed research and analysis of artists' work. You need to use language with a good level of sophistication USE the questions on the blog.
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Keep asking yourself... is there a focused theme throughout your project?

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Keep asking yourself 'where is my project going?'

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Your project should be something that will sustain your interest and capitalise on your personal skills and artistic strengths
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Don't change your mind last minute, work to your strength, create a final piece in a style you have worked in throughout your work
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Development... not repetition!!
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15 min TASK:
1) Go to the blog (obafineart.blogspot.co.uk) 2) Go to the 18th February 2013 - UNDERSTANDING THE ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES TASK 3) Using the information you have just learnt about the Assessment Objectives and in your groups decide which grade order you think they belong. 4) On the scrap paper, write down notes as to why you think they fit into that order - you will use these notes at the end to discuss the work as a whole class - You have 10 minutes to get this done - We will have 5 minutes to discuss as a group

Learning Objective: Students are learning about the Assessment Objectives in Art and Design
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