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HSC Visual Arts Exam
Transcript of HSC Visual Arts Exam
APPROACHES TO section 1
Section I There are three short-answer questions.
Each question may consist of parts.
One question/part to be worth 10–15 marks. 25
Section II There will be six questions:
two questions on each of
the conceptual framework and
Students attempt one question,
with an expected length of response of around
eight examination writing booklet pages (approximately 1000 words). 25
TOTAL = 50
Define content area.
what can you see?
what can you read?
what does this mean in terms of the content area?
define content area.
explain cultural values and social meaning
what can you see and read?
What does this mean in terms of the content area?
define content area?
what can you see and read
what does this mean in terms of the content area
between 5 and 10 case studies
artists, artworks, groups of artists, periods in art,
How many artists can you write a minimum of 1 page on?
how many examples of their work do you know?
can you discuss and analyse these works?
can you define all content areas?
Do you have a good art vocabulary?
CAn you write an 8 page response in 45 minutes?
do you know how to integrate a discussion using all the content areas if relevant?
Chance favours the adequately prepared.
preparing for the day
prepare definitions for content areas
re read the syllabus
prepare casestudies -
with examples to illustrate your points
get feedback and re do
until you get full marks
ACCESS the BOS website to read
marking guides, samples and
marking centre comments