There are 7 worksheets, 7 homework tasks, and an assessment test, each with answers included in this Series.
Pack A: Summary - Endorsed by OCR
This pack covers Learning Outcomes 1, 3 and 4 of Unit R081.
The resources are subdivided into seven topics plus an end-of-unit assessment. Each topic contains enough content for one to two lessons of material. Presentations take students through key concepts in the specification including pre-production examples and areas where improvements could be made. Assessments at the end of each topic give exam-style questions for the topic. The resources have been made to be used either before teaching any other units, during the course or as revision before the final exam. Each topic, such as Mood boards, covers Learning Outcomes 1 ,3 and 4 for that particular topic. This pack of materials does not assume any prior knowledge.
The first topic covers mood boards including all the details that can be included on them. The second and third topics cover mind maps and visualisation diagrams. A separate independent topic is given on Cameras and lighting to introduce students to different types of shots, angles and movement. Topics five and six cover storyboards and scripts. The final topic considers the different file formats that are used for pre-production documents. A final assessment gives students an opportunity to sit an assessment test comprising questions of a similar style to those found on an R081 Pre-production skills exam paper.
The iMedia Teaching Series has been written to satisfy the specification for the elements assessed by written examination for the OCR Nationals in Creative iMedia Level 1/2 specification. Each pack contains:
PowerPoint slides for each lesson
Detailed lesson plans
Learning objectives and outcomes
Worksheets and homework activities with answers
End-of-unit Assessment test with answers
Other material and links to online resources
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