There are 6 worksheets, 6 homework tasks, and an assessment test, each with answers included in this Series.
Pack B: Summary - Endorsed by OCR
This pack covers Learning Outcome 2 of Unit R081.
The resources are subdivided into six topics plus an end-of-unit assessment. Topics have enough content for one to two teaching lessons. Assessments at the end of each topic give exam-style questions for the topic. 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. Whilst this pack of materials only covers Learning Outcome 2, it is advised that the other learning outcomes are taught first through Pack A.
The first topic covers the planning of pre-production along with client requirements, timescales and the target audience. The second and third topics cover research and work plans. The hardware and software used to create pre-production documents are covered in topic 4 along with how paper-based documents are digitised. Legislation of assets such as copyright and trademarks are covered in topic 5 with topic 6 covering other legislation such as data protection and privacy. The final assessment gives students 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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What people say...
I have a lot of low ability students who struggle to engage with education generally and these resources have tapped into their interests in an engaging but productive way.
Alan Glasgow. Head of IT and Computer Science, Norton Hill School
Materials are nicely laid out and well focused on the topics. Pupils like them as 'they are easy to follow'. Good integration of exam style questions.
Anthony Knowles. Head of Computing, Bishop Luffa Church of England School