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Assessment for this course

The following standards could possibly be addressed by work from this project:

Internal

3.32 - AS91629 v.2 (Resolve spatial design through graphics practice) = 6 Credits

Achievement

Achievement with Merit

Achievement with Excellence

  • Resolve a spatial design through graphics practice.
  • Clearly resolve a spatial design through graphics practice.
  • Effectively resolve a spatial design through graphics practice.

Resolve a spatial design through graphics practice involves:

  • exploring and refining design ideas based on an analysis of the design context (including opportunities and constraints) and understanding of product design knowledge
  • communicating a product design that addresses identified opportunities and constraints.

Clearly resolve a spatial design through graphics practice involves:

  • exploring the wider environmental conditions and human factors related to the design context to identify opportunities and constraints
  • communicating a product design that addresses significant opportunities and constraints.

Effectively resolve a spatial design through graphics practice involves:

  • making informed designer decisions that integrate product design knowledge, and understanding of the wider environmental conditions and human factors related to the design context
  • communicating a product design that is justified in terms of the significant opportunities and constraints.

 

Internal

3.33 - AS91630 v.2 (Resolve a product design through graphics practice) = 6 Credits

Achievement

Achievement with Merit

Achievement with Excellence

  • Resolve a product design through graphics practice.
  • Clearly resolve a product design through graphics practice.
  • Effectively resolve a product design through graphics practice.

Resolve a product design through graphics practice involves:

  • exploring and refining design ideas based on an analysis of the design context (including opportunities and constraints) and understanding of product design knowledge
  • communicating a product design that addresses identified opportunities and constraints.

Clearly resolve a product design through graphics practice involves:

  • exploring the wider environmental conditions and human factors related to the design context to identify opportunities and constraints
  • communicating a product design that addresses significant opportunities and constraints.

Effectively resolve a product design through graphics practice involves:

  • making informed designer decisions that integrate product design knowledge, and understanding of the wider environmental conditions and human factors related to the design context
  • communicating a product design that is justified in terms of the significant opportunities and constraints.

 

External

3.30 - AS91627 (v.2)  - Initiate design ideas through exploration

Achievement

Achievement with Merit

Achievement with Excellence

  • Initiate design ideas through exploration.
  • Initiate design ideas through insightful exploration.
  • Initiate design ideas through extensive exploration.

Experiences can be teacher or student selected that may include: natural and/or built landscapes, film clips, music extracts, observational drawing, conceptual modelling, photography, language devices.

 Initiate design ideas through exploration involves:

  • using an experience(s) to generate starting ideas
  • using visual communication strategies to interrogate and re-generate ideas towards design ideas.

 Initiate design ideas through insightful exploration involves:

  • using visual communication strategies to analyse and identify an emerging train of thought and re-interpret ideas to form design ideas.

    Initiate design ideas through extensive exploration involves:

  • using visual communication strategies to challenge thinking, and extend and transform ideas to form design ideas