Parramatta Marist High School

Industrial Technology Multimedia Project 1
Assessment Task No: 1 Due Dates: Module 1: 3/2/12 by 5pm Module 2: 17/2/12 by 1.30pm Module 3: 2/3/12 by 1.30pm Module 4: 16/3/12 by 12.00pm
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OUTCOMES BEING ASSESSED
P1.1 P1.2 P2.1 P2.2 P3.1 P3.2 P3.3 P4.1 P4.2 P4.3 P5.2 P6.2 Describes the organisation and management of an individual business within the focus area industry Identifies appropriate equipment, production and manufacturing techniques, including new and developing technologies describes and uses safe working practices and correct workshop equipment maintenance techniques works effectively in team situations sketches, produces and interprets drawings in the production of projects applies research and problem-solving skills demonstrates appropriate design principles in the production of projects demonstrates a range of practical skills in the production of projects demonstrates competency in using relevant equipment, machinery and processes identifies and explains the properties and characteristics of materials/components through the production of projects uses appropriate documentation techniques related to the management of projects identifies and explains the principles of quality and quality control

CONTEXT FOR THE TASK 80% of small businesses fail within the first five years and most multimedia businesses in Australia are small businesses. Multimedia businesses are destined to fail. You are a HSC student, who can make money from their knowledge in multimedia by starting a business. How will you be successful? How will you plan, design and create a successful business? You will have 4 modules to plan your major presentation. There will be presentations of your groups progress at the end of every full day.

THE TASK Students are to prepare, in groups of 5 a solution that will ensure the success of a small business. This must be multimedia based. Checkpoints/Submissions for each module: Module 1: A presentation, uploaded to youtube, that outlines what your product is and a plan for how your business will be successful. Module 2: A proposal for what you are going to produce for your project (ie, how you are going to market your product). This proposal will include how you are going to split up the project to ensure that every person has a component. It will be in the form of a portfolio. Module 3: Presenting the progress of your practical project Module 4: Presenting the final finished project.

Task Rubric: Your solution must: Explain how your business, specifically linked to the problem statement will function. Demonstrate the process of how your project will be completed Demonstrate a wide range of multimedia skills Demonstrate a high depth if skill

In order to undertake this task you will need to: Decide on an innovative product Research and decide on the best business structure for you Research, discuss with your group and present how your business will run Develop a tool for ensuring your product is successful.

Student Evaluation
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Marking Criteria
Criteria

Module 1

P1.1 P1.2 P2.2

Group

Describes in detail related to the scenario, an excellent method of how the business will be organised and managed in terms of the structural Factors Describes in detail related to the scenario, an excellent method of what equipment, production and manufacturing techniques will be used within the business Develops a concise and clear statement of intent for their project and conducts a range of research for their project that demonstrates a high level of analysis linked to their project. Researches, selects and justifies the use of appropriate materials and components within the production of their project. Generates ideas for the development of their project through development of a number of annotated drawings, that show to a high level of fidelity how the project will look on completion Consistently applies safe workshop practices and has a significant proportion of the project complete. Throughout presentation, articulates to a high level how the processes of appropriate methods of quality control will be used to ensure the quality completion of their project. Demonstrates an exceptional range of practical skills Selects appropriate equipment, machinery and processes that demonstrate a depth of practical skills Demonstrates a high quality of graphical skills through the appropriate use of design principles.

Describes in detail related to the scenario, an excellent method of how the business will be organised and managed in terms of a number of the structural Factors Describes in detail related to the scenario, an method of what equipment, production and manufacturing techniques will be used within the business Develops a statement of intent for their project and conducts a range of research for their project Researches, selects and attempts to justify the use of appropriate materials and components within the production of their project. Generates ideas for the development of their project through development of some annotated drawings, that show how the project will look on completion

Describes a method of how the business will be organised and managed in terms of a number of the structural Factors Describes a method of what equipment, production and manufacturing techniques will be used within the business

Module 2

P3.1 P3.2 P4.3 P5.2

Indiv

Develops a statement of intent for their project and conduct basic research Researches appropriate materials and components within the production of their project. Generates ideas for the development of their project through development of some drawings

Module 3

P2.1 P6.2

Indiv

Sometimes applies safe workshop practices and has more than half of the project complete. Throughout presentation, articulates how the processes of appropriate methods of quality control will be used to ensure the quality completion of their project.

Sometimes applies safe workshop practices and has attempted more than a quater of the completed project Throughout presentation, articulates how the processes of methods of quality control will be used to ensure the quality completion of their project.

Module 4

P4.1 P4.2 P3.3

Indiv

Demonstrates a range of practical skills Selects appropriate equipment, machinery and processes that demonstrate a satisfactory level of practical skills Demonstrates quality of graphical skills through the appropriate use of design principles.

Demonstrates a limited range of practical skills Selects inappropriate, or limited equipment, machinery and processes that demonstrate a satisfactory level of practical skills Demonstrates limited quality of graphical skills through the appropriate use of design principles.

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School Wide Outcomes For the purposes of School based Reporting
Criteria

Communication (Team Presentations)

Critically elaborates on the problem solution and his/her learning. Presentation and organization of problem solution is clear, logical and engages the audience. Enhances the presentation with a range of relevant visual aids. Consistently stays focused on the task and what needs to be done. Very self- directed. Independently identifies the information/ resources necessary for solving the research questions posed. Takes Comprehensive notes on the research throughout the module. Performed all duties of assigned team role and contributed knowledge, opinions, and skills to share with the team. Always did the assigned work. Cooperates with all team members, even if there are conflicts or disagreements among the team members.

Elaborates on the problem solution and his/her learning but is not critical. Problem content is clear and logical in delivery. Provides some relevant visual aids.

The student elaborates on the problem solution but avoids elaborating on his/her learning. Addresses and organizes the problem content adequately. Attempts to provide some visual aids.

Self Directed Learning (Teacher Evaluations)

Focuses on the task and what needs to be done most of the time. Other group members must sometimes remind this person to keep on task. Generally uses only those resources provided or suggested by others Takes Some notes on the research throughout the module. Performed nearly all duties of assigned team role and contributed knowledge, opinions, and skills to share with the team. Completed most of the assigned work. Cooperates with the team members, but avoids conflict by giving in to stronger views or to the majority within the team.

Focuses on the task and what needs to be done some of the time. Lets others do the work some of the time. Has difficulties finding or reading resources. Takes few notes on the research throughout the module.

Teamwork (Peer Evaluations)

Performed a few duties of assigned team role and contributed a small amount of knowledge, opinions, and skills to share with the team. Completed some of the assigned work. Has difficulty cooperating with other team members. He is mainly distracted and not interested in listening to what the team members have to say. Discusses participation from the module. Demonstrates a poor maturity in the answers submitted.

(Self Evaluation Reflection Journal)

Critically analyses participation and learning growth from the module. Demonstrates a high level of maturity in the answers submitted.

Analyses participation and learning growth from the module. Demonstrates some maturity in the answers submitted.

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