'Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.'

Charles Eames

'To design is to communicate clearly by whatever means you can control or master.'
Milton Glaser

Dealing with Exams1: Sketching and annotating developments,

This set of lessons is designed to help you learn some techniques and processes to support you during formal examinations in Graphic Products. 

 

We will be analysing key exam terms and applying them to exam questions.

 

Task 1 - Copy out the three terms below and their definitions and discuss with a peer how these may be used in an exam question

Task 2 - Considering the exam termanology from Task 1 complete the exam questions below

Dealing with Exams2: How do understand and respond to mark schemes to help improve exam outcome

Task 3 - Assess your own exam work to a maximum of 35 points using the indicators on the exam paper to guide you

Task 4 - Swap exam papers with the person to your right, now assess that paper using the AQA mark scheme below

AQA-Mark Scheme 2009.pdf
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Task 5 - Discuss with your peers what differences there were between how well you thought you did and how well you did after the mark scheme was applied.

Questions:

 

Identify and justify 3 ways to improve your exam work

3 points

 

Describe one exam term that you were not familiar with before starting this module

2 points

 

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