Year 11 Standard English,
Task 3: Close Study of a Text
Speaking 15% Writing 10%
Date Due: Week 9, Tuesday June 20th 2012
PART A – SPEECH: (15%)
Outcomes assessed: 3. A student develops language relevant to the study of English 8. A student articulates and represents own ideas in critical, interpretive and imaginative texts. In this assessment you will be assessed on:
* how well you identify, and analyse the effect of film techniques. * how well you compose a comprehensive and synthesised critical response to film. TASK
1. You are to select a 3 minute section of a movie of your choice. 2. You are to analyse the segment and write a speech you will give to the class on: * WHAT is the film saying (themes, ideas or central concerns)? * HOW does the film say it (techniques)?
* EFFECT (what is the producer wanting you to feel?)
3. The speech needs to be 4 minutes in length and you will need to use palm cards. A copy of the speech needs to have been handed in to the teacher on the due date, June 20th. 4. Any new information added to your speech will be disregarded. PART B – JOURNAL REFLECTION (10%)
Tuesday 19th June 2012
Outcomes:12. A student reflects on own processes of responding and composing. 13. A student reflects on own processes of learning.
In this assessment you will be assessed on:
* how well you reflect on your own process of responding and composing * how well you reflect on your own process of learning
Write a 500 word journal entry where you reflect and comment on the preparation and processes you used to formulate your speech. You will need to consider * The process of research concerning themes and film techniques * Organisition of time
* Organisation of ideas
* Planning of speech
* Editing of speech
* Practice of speech to ensure maximum impact of voice and manner to engage audience * Personal strengths and weaknesses in regards to the task and what measure you used to optimise your strengths and minimise your weakness
Marking Guidelines – Reflection
* Presents a critical and refined personal response showing highly developed skills in interpretation, analysis, synthesis and evaluation of learning processes
| 10 – 9
| * Presents a critical and personal response showing well developed skills in interpretation, analysis, synthesis and evaluation of learning processes
| 8 – 7
| * Presents a sound personal response showing developed skills in interpretation and analysis of learning processes
| 6 – 5
| * Presents a personal response showing some evidence of interpretation and analysis of learning processes
| 4 – 3
| * Presents an undeveloped personal response showing some recognition of the learning processes
| 2 – 1
Marking Criteria – SPEECH
* Shows a sophisticated ability to identify, describe and analyse film techniques and present these using the conventions of a speech * Composes a comprehensive and synthesised critical response to film.
| * Shows a highly developed ability to identify, describe and analyse film techniques, and present these using the conventions of a speech * Composes a highly developed critical response to film.
| * Shows sound ability in identifying, describing and analysing film techniques, and present these using the conventions of a speech. * Composes a competent critical response to film.
| * Shows limited ability to identify and describe film techniques, and present them in the form of a speech * Composes a basic critical response to film.
| * Shows elementary ability to identify and describe film techniques. * Composes a basic response to film
Film Speech Preparation: Sam Mendes’s American Beauty (1999) The following speech is the third draft of a speech. It is, however, too long for a four minute assessment task. * Read it through and edit out any unnecessary...
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