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GCSE AQA Expressive Art year 11

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Felicity Caddick

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GCSE AQA Expressive Art Marking Criteria Assessment Criteria for the Controlled Assessment
Preliminary Studies – Evidence for AO1: Recall, select, use and communicate their knowledge and understanding of the work of practitioners and the
connections between their works, demonstrating an understanding of contextual influences. Max mark = 10 1-2 points
There will be very
basic communication
of knowledge and
information about the
creation of the works
studied.
Basic connections may be
made between the works.
Contextual influences
upon the creation of the
works will be weakly or
inappropriately identified.
Writing may be difficult
to understand; spelling/
punctuation/grammar
errors intrusive; arts
vocabulary minimal. 3-4 Some understanding
of the style/form/
construction of the
works studied will be
communicated.
References will be
made to connections
between the works but
may be superficial or
undeveloped.
Contextual influences
upon the creation of the
works will be identified
but may be superficial or
inaccurate.
Writing can be
understood; frequent
errors in spelling/
punctuation/grammar;
arts vocabulary used
infrequently and/or
incorrectly. 5-6A sound understanding
of the style/form/
construction of the
works studied will be
communicated.
Informed and appropriate
references will be made to
connections between the
works.
Contextual influences
upon the creation of the
works will be identified
appropriately and with
some understanding.
The meaning of writing
is generally clear;
mostly accurate spelling/
punctuation/grammar;
arts vocabulary generally
used correctly and where
required. 7-8 Understanding of the
works studied will be
communicated effectively
and with some analysis
applied to their style/
form/construction.
Competent and
knowledgeable
references will be made to
connections between the
works.
Contextual influences
upon the creation of the
works will be identified with
a sound understanding of
historical/cultural/social/
political elements.
Writing could be more
fluent but the meaning
is clear and apposite;
mostly accurate spelling/
punctuation/grammar; arts
vocabulary accurate and
used frequently. 9-10 Perceptive and thorough
understanding of the
works studied will be
communicated through
detailed analysis of their
style/form/construction.
Perceptive and
discriminating
references will be made to
connections between the
works.
Contextual influences
upon the creation of the
works will be identified with
specific and accurate
reference to historical/
cultural/social/political
elements.
Writing is fluent and
apposite; accurate and
appropriate spelling/
punctuation/grammar; arts
vocabulary is competent,
used frequently and
embedded in the text. Assessment Criteria for the Controlled Assessment
Practical Portfolio – Evidence for AO2: Apply skills, processes and techniques, and shape and structure ideas, reviewing, modifying and refining
their work as it progresses. Max mark = 20 1 – 4
There will be restricted
ability to develop skills/
processes/techniques in
two art forms; they will
be applied with minimal
control and expression.
Exploration of skills,
processes and techniques
will be attempted;
very few will be
selected; selections
will be superficial or
inappropriate.
There will be difficulty in
developing ideas and
making connections to
the starting point.
There will be some
attempts to modify and/
or refine work, but they do
not take the work forward. 4-8 There will be some ability
to develop skills/processes/
techniques in two art
forms; they will be applied
with some control and
expression; there may be
some inconsistencies.
A limited but generally
appropriate range of
skills/processes/techniques
will be positively explored
and selected for use
in practical work as it
progresses.
Ideas will be developed
and shaped with tenuous
connections to the
starting point and some
sense of purpose
leading to a simple but
appropriate structure.
There will be some
reviewing, modifying and/or
refining of work relating
tenuously to 8-12 There will be a secure
grasp of skills/processes/
techniques in two art forms
and they will be applied
with good control and
expression and with
some consistency and
originality.
A good range of skills/
processes/techniques will
be purposefully explored
and appropriately selected
for use in practical work as it
progresses.
Ideas will be developed and
shaped in an appropriate
way making connections
with the starting point and
leading to an appropriate
structure with some
original elements.
Work will be reviewed/
modified/refined in
a considered and
appropriate way in relation
to intended effect. 13-16
The development of
skills/processes/techniques
in two art forms will be
highly competent and
their application will be
consistent, coordinated
and well controlled
with some creative and
original insight.
A wide range of skills/
processes/techniques will
be effectively explored and
selected and creatively
adapted to practical work
as it progresses.
Ideas will be developed
and shaped in an
imaginative way with
clear connections to the
starting point and leading
to a structure which is
creative and innovative.
Work will be reviewed/
modified/refined in an
effective and skilful way
in relation to intended effect
and with attention to
detail. 17- 20
There will be creative
flair demonstrated in the
development of skills/
processes/techniques in two art
forms and their application will
be consistent, coordinated
and effective with a high
degree of precision and control
and will be perceptive,
creative and original.
An extensive range of skills/
processes/techniques will be
perceptively explored and
selected and imaginatively
adapted to practical work as it
progresses.
Ideas will be developed
and shaped in an inspired,
perceptive and innovative
way clearly relating to the
starting point and leading to an
original and sophisticated
structure.
Work will be reviewed/modified/
refined in a discriminating
and perceptive way clearly
relating to intentions and
with consistent attention to
detail. Critical Analysis Criteria SET : Setting and staging comments
T: Time, i.e date of performance/ film G: Genre/ Style of performance
TECH: Techniques used with in the performance that have been discussed PERS: Personal comments/ further research - reading
WHAT YOU LIKED! S/P/C: Social/ political/ cultural comments in the film/ poem CH: Characterisations giving examples and why? Q: Quotes from other artists EV: Evaluation of why you think techniques were used and your interpretation of the performance INT: Integration of arts forms INFLU: Influence - HOW CAN THIS WORK INFLUENCE YOUR OWN IDEAS? AUD: Who is the audience and why? 1- 4 There will be an attempt to
communicate ideas through
the two art forms of the
presentation in a simple
and basic way.
Basic connections will
be made between the
two chosen art forms with
minimal regard to artistic
intentions.
There will be simple and
minimal use of the skills
and techniques of the
chosen art forms.
Some compositional
elements will contribute to
basic achievement in the
piece’s presentation for an
audience. Ideas will be communicated
through the two art forms
of the presentation in
an appropriate way
with some expressive
elements.
The two chosen art
forms will be combined
appropriately and with
some understanding of
how they may be integrated
to support artistic
intentions.
The skills and techniques
used of the chosen art
forms will be generally
appropriate and effective
in supporting the intended
effect upon an audience.
Generally appropriate
and effective
compositional elements will
be used to contribute to a
presentation with some
success for an audience. Ideas will be communicated
through the two art forms of
the presentation in a secure
and appropriate way
with some imaginative
elements.
The two chosen art
forms will be combined
imaginatively and with
good understanding of
how they may be integrated
to enhance artistic
intentions.
The skills and techniques
of the chosen art forms
will be consistently
and effectively used in
supporting the intended
effect upon an audience.
Sound and effective
compositional elements
will be used with some
imagination to contribute
to a generally successful
presentation for an
audience. 13 - 18 Ideas will be communicated
through the two art forms
of the presentation in
an imaginative and
innovative way.
The two chosen art
forms will be combined
in an imaginative way.
Their integration will
purposefully enhance
artistic intentions.
The skills and techniques
of the chosen art forms will
be used with careful and
effective application,
clearly determined by the
intended effect upon an
audience.
Compositional elements
will be chosen and
used effectively and
imaginatively and with
some originality and
they will contribute to a
successful presentation for
an audience. 18 - 20 Ideas will be communicated
through the two art forms
of the presentation in an
inspired, original and
sophisticated way.
The two chosen art forms
will be combined in a way
in which they effectively
complement each
other and enhance
artistic intentions in a
fully integrated and
sophisticated way. They
will appear unified within
the whole.
The skills and techniques
of the chosen art forms
will be used with a high
degree of precision,
accuracy and control,
clearly determined by the
intended effect upon an
audience.
Flair and innovation will
be apparent in the choice
and use of compositional
elements which will
contribute to a highly
successful presentation
for an audience.
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