X hits on this document

86 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

34 / 41

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

5.5

makes 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

5.9

uses 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

utilise 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 still works

differentiate and use strategies and procedures to make wet and/or digital images:

the evolution of photography and the development of image making

Wet

Camera

Film

Wet processing

Darkroom printing

Portfolio

Exhibition

Digital camera

Memory card

Computer processing

Desktop printing

Digital storage

Portfolio

Exhibition

apply conventional and digital practices to image making, eg negative and print scanning and the conversion to digital files, prints, storage, publishing

use and manipulate the features and qualities of analogue and/or digital cameras, eg focus and depth of field, exposure, aperture and shutter speed, film selection and resolution, viewpoints and juxtaposition, editing and cropping, film grain and pixels (image structure), photographic film and the photo sensor (image quality)

use the darkroom and/or the digital laboratory to make photographic and digital works

use a selection of appropriate accessories, software and components available to wet and/or digital systems as a further means of enhancing ideas and images

34

Document info
Document views86
Page views86
Page last viewedMon Dec 05 16:42:55 UTC 2016
Pages41
Paragraphs1397
Words17099

Comments