These are the assessment criteria for your comparative video essay…
|Comparative study (SL and HL)||Marks||Total|
|B||Comparing and contrasting||12|
|C||Assembling the comparative study||8|
In the light of focus group feedback, we have decided that we will offer feedback on either:
- A draft of your script, or…
- A draft of the video essay
This represents the final (reflection) feedback you receive and will be the last formal feedback you will get from your teacher.
We have also decided to extend the final deadline for the video essay to Friday 18th January. This means you will be able to get peer feedback on criterion C from your peers on:
- The extent to which you, assemble the comparative study in a clear, logical, audible and visually appropriate manner?
- The extent to which you, support the work with accurate subject-specific terminology?
This peer assessment will take place in a single lesson during week 1 of next term (9th – 11th January)
Feedback on your script
Before you get feedback on your comparative video essay script you must complete a self assessment.
To do this you should highlight your script:
Criterion A (Red)
- Sections where you demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the components selected for study (the area of film focus & two films).
- This should include the cultural context of the selected films and the student’s justification of why these films were chosen for the comparative study.
- Your research sources, quotes and explanation of those.
Criterion B (Blue)
- Sections where you compare and contrast (key scenes from) the selected films, making links to the chosen topic?
You should write a brief comment at the end of the script and also set some targets for improvement