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To achieve this standard, the student needs to create a fluent and coherent visual text which develops, sustains and structures ideas using verbal and visual language. A visual text is created: A visual essay on themes in the film The Shawshank Redemption. This is explained in a supporting commentary (note that this commentary is not assessed). The student creates a fluent and coherent visual text by introducing ideas of friendship, hope and negative effects of imprisonment. These are developed and sustained by making links between them throughout the text. The student uses appropriate language features such as repetition, symbolism and quotations. The selection of visual language features such as layout and choice of screenshots create consistent effects and sustain audience interest. There is a recognisable visual style. The student makes a discriminating use of sound effects such as the dripping water and hammer sound to sustain the ideas of hope over time and the prison environment. This is supported convincingly with the repetition and progression of the hammer and tunnel image. In summary the student has:

created a slide show that develops, sustains and structures several ideas from the film The Shawshank Redemption

To achieve this standard, the student needs to create a fluent and coherent visual text which develops, sustains and structures ideas using verbal and visual language. A visual text is created: A visual essay on themes in the film The Shawshank Redemption. This is explained in a supporting commentary (note that this commentary is not assessed). The student creates a fluent and coherent visual text by introducing ideas of friendship, hope and negative effects of imprisonment. These are developed and sustained by making links between them throughout the text. The student uses appropriate language features such as repetition, symbolism and quotations. The selection of visual language features such as layout and choice of screenshots create consistent effects and sustain audience interest. There is a recognisable visual style. The student makes a discriminating use of sound effects such as the dripping water and hammer sound to sustain the ideas of hope over time and the prison environment. This is supported convincingly with the repetition and progression of the hammer and tunnel image. In summary the student has:

created a slide show that develops, sustains and structures several ideas from the film The Shawshank RedemptionTo achieve this standard, the student needs to create a fluent and coherent visual text which develops, sustains and structures ideas using verbal and visual language. A visual text is created: A visual essay on themes in the film The Shawshank Redemption. This is explained in a supporting commentary (note that this commentary is not assessed). The student creates a fluent and coherent visual text by introducing ideas of friendship, hope and negative effects of imprisonment. These are developed and sustained by making links between them throughout the text. The student uses appropriate language features such as repetition, symbolism and quotations. The selection of visual language features such as layout and choice of screenshots create consistent effects and sustain audience interest. There is a recognisable visual style. The student makes a discriminating use of sound effects such as the dripping water and hammer sound to sustain the ideas of hope over time and the prison environment. This is supported convincingly with the repetition and progression of the hammer and tunnel image. In summary the student has:

created a slide show that develops, sustains and structures several ideas from the film The Shawshank RedemptionTo achieve this standard, the student needs to create a fluent and coherent visual text which develops, sustains and structures ideas using verbal and visual language. A visual text is created: A visual essay on themes in the film The Shawshank Redemption. This is explained in a supporting commentary (note that this commentary is not assessed). The student creates a fluent and coherent visual text by introducing ideas of friendship, hope and negative effects of imprisonment. These are developed and sustained by making links between them throughout the text. The student uses appropriate language features such as repetition, symbolism and quotations. The selection of visual language features such as layout and choice of screenshots create consistent effects and sustain audience interest. There is a recognisable visual style. The student makes a discriminating use of sound effects such as the dripping water and hammer sound to sustain the ideas of hope over time and the prison environment. This is supported convincingly with the repetition and progression of the hammer and tunnel image. In summary the student has:

created a slide show that develops, sustains and structures several ideas from the film The Shawshank RedemptionTo achieve this standard, the student needs to create a fluent and coherent visual text which develops, sustains and structures ideas using verbal and visual language. A visual text is created: A visual essay on themes in the film The Shawshank Redemption. This is explained in a supporting commentary (note that this commentary is not assessed). The student creates a fluent and coherent visual text by introducing ideas of friendship, hope and negative effects of imprisonment. These are developed and sustained by making links between them throughout the text. The student uses appropriate language features such as repetition, symbolism and quotations. The selection of visual language features such as layout and choice of screenshots create consistent effects and sustain audience interest. There is a recognisable visual style. The student makes a discriminating use of sound effects such as the dripping water and hammer sound to sustain the ideas of hope over time and the prison environment. This is supported convincingly with the repetition and progression of the hammer and tunnel image. In summary the student has:

created a slide show that develops, sustains and structures several ideas from the film The Shawshank RedemptionTo achieve this standard, the student needs to create a fluent and coherent visual text which develops, sustains and structures ideas using verbal and visual language. A visual text is created: A visual essay on themes in the film The Shawshank Redemption. This is explained in a supporting commentary (note that this commentary is not assessed). The student creates a fluent and coherent visual text by introducing ideas of friendship, hope and negative effects of imprisonment. These are developed and sustained by making links between them throughout the text. The student uses appropriate language features such as repetition, symbolism and quotations. The selection of visual language features such as layout and choice of screenshots create consistent effects and sustain audience interest. There is a recognisable visual style. The student makes a discriminating use of sound effects such as the dripping water and hammer sound to sustain the ideas of hope over time and the prison environment. This is supported convincingly with the repetition and progression of the hammer and tunnel image. In summary the student has:

created a slide show that develops, sustains and structures several ideas from the film The Shawshank Redemption

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