Year 1 FMP – 3-5.17 Following the Proposal: Pre-Production Research and Preparation.

Go through this PowerPoint and begin to consider the Pre-Production elements of the FMP: consider further research, the skills you have and need to enhance e.g. film and scripting; contingency plans

FMP week 5 and 6

 

Here is the updated YEAR 1 – PORTFOLIO for the Final Major Project (FMP – also known as Final Extended Project)

FMP portfolio YEAR ONE FINAL 24.04.2017

 

FMP Year 1: Proposal and Research Week 3 (week beginning 18-4-2017)

Here are the PowerPoint’s for the Proposal and pre-production of the FMP. Please follow and make sure you are covering all aspects of the portfolio as you go, evidencing your research/findings and evaluating using the SWOT analysis. Remember a range of research and deciding what research is relevant to your ideas and aims for the project.

FMP week 2

FMP week 2b Research

FMP week 3

FMP week 4

 

This last PP details the pitch for the proposal.

FMP week 5

(the above PP for week 5 has been edited to suit a variety of forms and mediums.

Remember your research should impact and inform your work: many great works have relied on others that have gone before them so absorb, mimic and pay homage to others on your journey to finding your own style, voice, tone and intentions.

Zoran research

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 2 FMP Extended Project Portfolio including Proposal

Here is the Extended Project Portfolio (FMP). Make sure you read through all the document and familiarise yourself with the requirements.

Firstly though look through the Proposal and have this finished for the first week back after half term for a pitching session. Which is on pages 6, 7 and 8.

FMP portfolio 28a.03.2017

After the proposal has been agreed and signed off  you can work your way through the portfolio, reading the guidelines and advice as you go to ensure you complete the Extended Project and all the criteria.

FMP week 2 RESEARCH

Here is the new FMP (Extended Project Portfolio). Look through and familiarise yourself with the dos, but for now focus on the PROPOSAL SECTION.

FMP portfolio 28a.03.2017

Over Easter look through these PowerPoint and start you research.

Remember to work in WORD so we can transfer the work to the Extended Project Doc.

This is the research needed in order to do the Proposal for you Extended Project (FMP)

FMP week 2b Research

How to access ebooks and articles on the vle

 

Holly Examplar unit-8-project-proposal-pro-forma

 

Here is the document that you will upload your proposal to. please take a look at the headings and subheading to ensure you engage the process of the proposal correctly.

FMP Pre production pack

Remember:

What and why I am interested in a particular medium and theme/topic? It’s about YOU, your passions and interests etc

Your research question: what am I trying to find out? It’s good to have a question to aim at and keep you on track: simple questions like what makes a good piece of journalism?

What’s interesting about the subject matter and the chosen medium and who will it be interesting for (audience) – the medium chosen obviously reaches a particular audience. Why? And How?

How I will collect the information I need (research design – methods) ?

Where I will collect the information I need? The literature e.g. magazines, YouTube, films, books, manuals, on-line info, L:RC resources etc

What the information has helped me understand about my chosen area/s?

Which information is relevant to my chosen area?

Which skills do I have that will help and which skills will I need to further my development etc

How ill the research help me with my product/project etc?

 

 

Have a good holiday and make sure you make time to get the research done. And work in Word!

FMP Week 1 “You”

Here is this weeks FMP session exploring you and your reasons for choosing your FMP – I have also added some other initial information that some of you may find useful.

FMP week 1a

  • What are you really passionate about and why. Also from when and where and how has this impacted on your life.
  • What is the big idea?
  • How are you going to achieve that idea?
  • What will you do to realise the big idea
  • What skills will you use and need to develop?
  • How will you deal with problems, technical issues and compromise?

Remember: Why, Where, What, Who When and How?

Journalism sessions for FMP Fashion and Sports

Types Of Lead

The Black Box system for organizing a story

Documentary writing _ Film is visual programme_doc_documentary_script

feature rules for print, audio and visual – first ask the basic questions

 

Project 2 The Walk: A Checklist of Tasks: Please tick to make sure you have completed all the tasks AND use as a guide for evaluation.

Task titles: Feel free to add any other tasks and information to the boxes to help you realise and complete the project and the criteria. THIS SHOULD HELP WITH THE FINAL EVALAUTION OF THE PROJECT; A GUIDELINE TO ALL THE SKILLS AND THE JOURNEY TO COMPLETION.
Task 1: Research the area of walk

Unit 5 LO1 Unit 6 LO1 Unit 7 LO1

 

Task 2: research the Genre/form of writing

Unit 5 LO1 Unit 6 LO1 Unit 7 LO1

 

 

 

Task 3: Write story 1

Unit 5 LO2 Unit 6 LO2 Unit 7 LO2

 

 

 

Task 4: Write story 2

Unit 5 LO2 Unit 6 LO2 Unit 7 LO2

 

 

Task 5: Write story 3

Unit 5 LO2 Unit 6 LO2 Unit 7 LO2

 

 

Task 6: Write story 4

Unit 5 LO2 Unit 6 LO2 Unit 7 LO2

 

 

Task 7: Write story 5

Unit 5 LO2 Unit 6 LO2 Unit 7 LO2

 

 

Task 8: Weekly self-reflection / evaluation blog posts.

Unit 5 LO3 Unit 6 LO3  Unit 7 LO3  

 

 

Task 9: ProposalUnit 5 LO2 Unit 6 LO2 Unit 7 LO2
Task 10: Audio 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Unit 5 LO2  Unit 6 LO2
Task 11: Audio 1, 2, 3, 4, 5Unit 5 LO2  Unit 6 LO2
Task 12:  Audio 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Unit 5 LO2  Unit 6 LO2
Task 13: : Audio 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Unit 5 LO2  Unit 6 LO2
Task 14 : Audio 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Unit 5 LO2  Unit 6 LO2  

 

Task 14 : Visual (Photoshop etc.) Unit 5 LO2  Unit 6 LO2

Feel free to add any other tasks that you have

HERE ARE THE UNITS AND CRITERIA TO HELP TAGGING:

Units covered with the project:

 

Unit 5: Investigating Audio Production and Technology

 

 

Learning outcome:

The student will:

Assessment criteria:

The student can:

LO1: Be able to analyze an audio-based problem in creative media production 1.1 Analyse the requirements and parameters of an audio-based problem in creative media production.
1.2 Apply research activities to support solutions to an audio-based problem in creative media production.
LO2. Be able to use an integrated approach to audio –based creative media problem solving and production. 2.1 Demonstrate the ability to plan, organize and present solutions to an audio-based problem in creative media production.
2.2 Apply practical skills, understanding and methods to solve an audio-based problem in creative media production.
LO3: Be able to evaluate solutions to an

audio-based problem in creative media production.

3.1    Analyse the effectiveness of solutions to an audio-based problem in creative media production.

 

Unit 6: Investigating Visual Production and Technology

 

 

Learning outcome:

The student will:

Assessment criteria:

The student can:

LO1: Be able to analyze a visual based problem in creative media production 1.1 Analyse the requirements and parameters of a visual based problem in creative media production.
1.2 Apply research activities to support solutions to a visual – based problem in creative media production.
LO2. Be able to use an integrated approach to visual based creative media problem solving and production. 2.1 Demonstrate the ability to plan, organize and present solutions to a visual -based problem in creative media production.
2.2 Apply practical skills, understanding and methods to solve a visual -based problem in creative media production.
LO3: Be able to evaluate solutions to a

Visual based problem in creative media production.

3.1    Analyse the effectiveness of solutions to a visual -based problem in creative media production.

 

Unit 7: Investigating interactive media production and technology

 

 

Learning outcome:

The student will:

Assessment criteria:

The student can:

LO1: Be able to analyze an interactive -based problem in creative media production 1.1 Analyse the requirements and parameters of an interactive -based problem in creative media production.
1.2 Apply research activities to support solutions to an interactive-based problem in creative media production.
LO2. Be able to use an integrated approach to interactive –based creative media problem solving and production. 2.1 Demonstrate the ability to plan, organize and present solutions to an interactive – based problem in creative media production.
2.2 Apply practical skills, understanding and methods to solve an interactive -based problem in creative media production.
LO3: Be able to evaluate solutions to an

interactive-based problem in creative media production.

3.1    Analyse the effectiveness of solutions to an interactive-based problem in creative media production.

 

 

Final Evaluation of Project 2 “the Walk

Below are some familiar questions that will be of use for the final evaluation of the project 2 covering units 5, 6 and 7.

Make sure you also refer to the original brief and the breakdown of the criteria.

Project 2 brief drat II

Then you can tag the LO criteria e.g. LO1: Be able to analyse an audio-based problem in creative media production

Assessment criteria:

The student can:

1.1 Analyze the requirements and parameters of an audio-based problem in creative media production.
1.2 Apply research activities to support solutions to an audio-based problem in creative media production.

Many of you have already recorded, reflected and evaluated the above as you have gone, but for some you still need to make sure your blogs reflect the journey you have been on. In a nutshell you need to talk about the skills in audio, visual and interactive media that you have learnt plus commenting on the crafting of the stories: what skills, why you learnt them, how you learnt them how you implemented them, how they impacted on your ideas (proposal). Plus the finished pieces: did they meet your expectations, how would you do it differently. the questions below will help, but don’t be afraid to reflect honestly and openly about problems and solutions that you experiences as you went.

This all needs to be done before we can start with the FMP.

UAL – EVALUATION GUIDE

QUESTIONS TO COVER

 
1) What are the skills I have learnt this week?

 

2) What is the purpose of this skill set?

 

3) Give at least, 3 examples of the skills being used in industry?

 

4) How effectively have I carried out this skill set, thinking about the strengths and areas to improve?

 

5) Identify what jobs in industry would you would apply these skills

to? And how relevant are the skills for you in getting a job in industry?

 

6) Collate feedback from your partner on, 2 strengths and 2 areas to improve on. Include this in your evaluation and respond to the feedback.