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Photographic and Digital Media Years 7–10: Advice on Programming and Assessment

Outcomes

Specific content focus for this unit

A student:

5.1develops range and autonomy in selecting and applying photographic and digital conventions and procedures to make photographic and digital works

5.2makes photographic and digital works informed by their understanding of the function of and relationships between the artist – artwork –

5.3makes photographic and digital works informed by an understanding of how the frames affect meaning

5.4investigates the world as a source of ideas, concepts and subject matter for photographic and digital works

5.5makes informed choices to develop and extend concepts and different meanings in their photographic and digital works

5.6

selects appropriate procedures and techniques to make and refine photographic and digital works

5.7applies their understanding of aspects of practice to critically and historically interpret photographic and digital works

5.8uses their understanding of the function of and relationships between artist – artwork – world – audience in critical and historical interpretations of photographic and digital works

5.9uses the frames to make different interpretations of photographic and digital works

5.10constructs different critical and historical accounts of photographic and digital works

Students learn about:

Making

the field of photographic and digital media comprising conventions, technologies, traditions and relationships

Students learn to:

Making

investigate and apply selected conventions, activities, traditions and customs of the field to make photographic and digital works

how artists represent ideas and interests in photographic and digital media works

explore photographic and digital procedures, strategies and techniques to make, manipulate and refine images

use their journal as a site to document intentions, choices and reflections in making photographic and digital works in still, interactive and moving forms

OHS practices and a safe working environment

identify, assess and adopt strategies to create and maintain a safe working environment and practices in making photographic and digital works

strategies, conventions and procedures to make photographic and digital moving works

investigate conventions, activities, traditions and customs of screen culture, video and film genres developed by the individual, groups and society

consider the significance of collaboration in the development of film and video work, eg production and post-production teams

use the camera, sound and editing equipment to make a moving image, manipulating time and space

employ the use of narrative, characterisation, abstraction, mise-en-scene, documentation, experimentation, condensation of action and dramatisation in the development of a film work

develop appropriate storyboards, scene lists and scripts for planning the production of moving works

investigate cinematic conventions and film styles through the use of camera angles, composition of camera shots and the sequencing of events

the function of the auteur in photographic and digital media

consider the directorial role of the auteur as artist or ‘author’ of a film

photographic and digital works using a range of materials and techniques in still, interactive and moving forms including their symbolic, representational, physical, material and virtual properties

make photographic and digital works for different audiences, exhibitions, displays, publications and reproduction

the world as a source of ideas to make photographic and digital works

build and develop a portfolio using a range of materials and techniques, and representing various investigations of the world

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