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

Outcomes

Specific content focus for this unit

Students learn about:

Making (cont)

the audience function as ongoing yet changeable, as photographic and digital works inhabit subjective, structural, cultural and postmodern viewing contexts

Students learn to:

Making (cont)

develop and make photographic and digital works that connect with audiences in different contexts through visual and interactive appeal

belief, value and meaning in making photographic and digital media works informed by the cultural frame

investigate specific cultural and social issues and the conceptual interest of works, to generate ideas for making photographic and digital works; for example, gender, politics, global warming, human rights, genetic engineering, the environment

belief, value and meaning in making photographic and digital media works informed by the structural frame

make photographic and digital works that employ codes, signs and symbols

Critical and Historical Interpretations

how practice in photographic and digital media in different times and places is conditioned by a range of interests, including the artworld, art exhibitions, galleries and museums, the photographic and digital market, theories and innovation

ways of organising information, ideas and arguments

Critical and Historical Interpretations

investigate a range of practices in photographic and digital media in different times and places

discuss and write about their understanding of different aspects of practice in photographic and digital media

selected photographic and digital artists, and relationships between artist-artwork-world-audience

investigate the role of photographic and digital artists, including groups of artists, in different times and places and contemporary and historical contexts

how the world can be represented in photographic and digital works

explain how photographers and digital artists interpret the world in making photographic and digital works and how they represent concepts through a range of styles and approaches

belief, value and meaning from the cultural frame

concepts of photographic and digital media as the aesthetic building and defining of cultural and social identity

explain how critical and historical accounts recorded in photographic and digital media provide a way to understand social conditions, perspectives and the social construction of meaning

belief, value and meaning from the structural frame

concepts of photographic and digital media as a system of symbolic communication through which particular forms of aesthetic information are transmitted

identify and seek to explain how artists and audiences can read photographic and digital works as images or texts by understanding conventions including codes, symbols and signs

recognise how codes, symbols and signs are embedded in the material and conceptual organisation of photographic and digital media

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