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GSCE Photography: Scheme of work Mock exam paper
Transcript of GSCE Photography: Scheme of work Mock exam paper
Mock Exam Lets start exploring the ideas... Weeks 1/2 tasks Mid-Project review Read through the list of 7 questions- what grabs your attention? what interests you? 2.Begin by taking a minimum of 20 photos using SLRs, Phone cameras, your own digital cameras that explore your starting point 3. 4 double pages of artists research- begin with the artists mentioned in your mindmap page http://www.jenssage.com/2011/05/seats/ http://aledlewis.com/Video-Games-vs-Real-Life http://www.romain-laurent.com/work/tilt/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/31488305@N04/ http://trendland.com/indepensense-by-giuseppe-mastromatteo/ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/culturepicturegalleries/5886805/The-invisible-man-Liu-Bolins-camouflage-artwork.html http://www.pepventosa.com/portfolio.html?folio=the%20photographs http://www.flickr.com/photos/michael_hughes/sets/346406/ http://www.galerieparisbeijing.com/main/yangyiworks.asp http://www.galerieparisbeijing.com/main/laurent/Linge-qui-seche.jpg http://www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk/artists/john_stezaker.htm Weeks 3 tasks 2.print off your images as a contact sheet- present in a page and annotate to show which of your photos are the most successful. 3. Experiment. Using your existing knowledge try to realize your practial intentions. Remember to take screen shots. This should become at least a triple page in your books. 1.Begin by completing taking your minimum of 20 photos using SLRs, Phone cameras, your own digital cameras that explore your starting point http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-15672930 What is a contact sheet?
How can you use a Contact sheet in your work?
What are the benefits of using them?
How can you make a digital one? Use the link to research answers for the following questions: http://pinterest.com/kellydoney/yr-10-exam/ Weeks 4 tasks 2.Look at your artist research- how have they used techniques to tell a message, what can you do in your work that is similar? 1. Experiment. Using your existing knowledge try to realize your practical intentions. Remember to take screen shots. This should become at least a triple page in your books. 3. Create a page in your book with your most successful experimentation on it. With this image in the middle- how can you improve on this, make it better? You may have to take more photos or use different techniques http://pinterest.com/kellydoney/yr-10-exam/ Lets start experimenting with our images... Lets start taking photos... http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutorials/construct-kaleidoscopic-collage-effect-photoshop 2. look at the marking breakdown at the back of your books- have you got evidence for all 4 of the sections we mark:
Research, inspiration and comparing your work to others.
Experimentation- screen shots of you adjusting images, trying out ideas]
Recording- have you shown all of your own photos? Is your book thoroughly annotated?
Final pieces 3. You exam will be a total of 10 hours (two weeks worth of lessons) You final piece will need to be an extended piece of Photoshop manipulation or a series of images http://pinterest.com/kellydoney/yr-10-exam/ http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutorials/construct-kaleidoscopic-collage-effect-photoshop 1. At this point in the project your ideas will be beginning to develop an idea of what your final piece could be. You will need to build on the success of the project so far. http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutorials http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/art/course_basics/externallysettask1.shtml http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/art/video/photography/ Useful links: Pre -Hols checklist 2. 4 double pages of artists research that link to your chosen starting point 1. Initial mindmap or page exploring your chosen starting point 3. 20 images that explore your starting point visually- as a contact sheet in your books 4. A selection of your best images enlarged and annotated- why were they the best? 5. At least 2 double pages of experimentation that helps explore your ideas 6. A page evaluating your most successful experimental technique 7. Further research thinking about what your exam could be like http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/art/course_basics/externallysettask1.shtml http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/art/video/photography/ Useful links: http://pinterest.com/tallisarts/sketchbooks/ http://pinterest.com/teaand221b/photography-gcse/ Idea inspiration Skectbook inspiration 8. 20 more photos to refine your idea. Teach yourself something new week
This week your objective is to learn a new technique to add to your photoshop skills. Look through the 7 videos here or if you feel confident find your own on Youtube.
Use it create a piece of work that adds experimentation to your project.
As you make the work over the week you will need to take screenshots showing how you made the piece.
You can use the Photos you have taken already for the exam, but you may need to shoot some additional ones. http://www.flickr.com/photos/steven_richards/4256941128/in/photostream/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/sleepinglions/sets/72157631530157245/ http://silverdaleschoolart.weebly.com/gcse-photography.html Over the next week we will be putting your final images together.In your GCSE exam you will have two days- ten hours in total to create your final piece. Great examples of GCSE exam work: Objectives: To Begin creating our final piece for the Mock Exam project. Understand that a successful piece will be creative, Know how to evidence your progress in youre work books Does the image tell a story?
Is there a narrative or story
to the work?
Does the final piece communicate
an idea or feeling?
If so, is this important?
Are there any links to history
that you can make?
Does it make you think
of anything else? How does your work
link to your original
Does the work make
you think of anything
Are there any links that
you can make to history,
politics or everyday life?
Does the work make you
want to investigate
something? If so, what
and why? After you have created your final pieces you will need to evaluate the work. Use these questions to focus your annotations Evaluation...