Shape 2017 Student Portfolios – Industrial Technology

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Multimedia The Tree – An environmental Infographic

Nicholas Mooney

Annotation

“Nicholas has clearly applied a theme to his folio that matches the final video production. This allows Nicholas to demonstrate the selection of materials, processes and techniques used throughout both the folio and the final production using techniques that are currently used in industry. The presentation of this section of the folio is succinct, presented well as a piece of multimedia in its own right as an infographic, and is well justified in his ongoing evaluation.”

Examination Criteria

Prototyping, modelling and testing

Marking Guideline

Justifies the selection of appropriate materials, processes, technologies and resources

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Multimedia
The lengths we travel

Benjamin Douneen

Annotation

“Benjamin’s final evaluation is directly reflective of the production process and outlines how the final video production meets the initial statement of intent. He has described the influence of the research upon the final production and has included a critical evaluation of other elements of the production and planning process including the finance and time-plan.”

Examination Criteria

Ongoing evaluation of the MP and its relationship to the statement of intent, research and planning

Marking Guideline

Provides critical evaluation of the major project, including in relation to the statement of intent, research and planning

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Timber Products and Furniture: Drafting Table

Jasmine Wellings

Annotation

“Jasmine demonstrates a great connection between several elements of the process of idea generation. This page shows how the research is connected to the generation of ideas and demonstrates its influence on the design process. She then substantiates this through a simple ongoing evaluation regarding the process of idea generation.”

Examination Criteria

Sketching and idea generation

Marking Guideline

Demonstrates very high level skills in sketching and idea generation, prototyping, modelling and testing, and developing production and working drawings.

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Multimedia Wally Dogan and the Quest for the Lost Spoon

Harry Vasey

Annotation

“Harry has demonstrated brilliantly that the production of a Multimedia project includes more than the WHS requirements of the video and editing production. On this page he demonstrates industry practice through the use of a risk matrix, tied to the development of the set used in the imagery for the stop-motion production.”

Examination Criteria

Evidence of OHS (WHS) and safe work practices

Marking Guideline

Demonstrates the use of a wide range of appropriate OHS (WHS) and safe work practices through suitable documentation and evidence

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Timber Products and Furniture: Pod Chair

Tiani Schaefer

Annotation

“Tiani has demonstrated a wide range of presentation skills as she has documented the production of her project. Graphic design skills are evident in the dramatic page layout which includes design elements along with evidence of pencil sketches, CAD drawings, templates and digital photographs. This is a good example of how this marking criterion can be addressed throughout the folio and does not need to be included in a separate section.”

Examination Criteria

Presentation skills and techniques including ICT skills

Marking Guideline

Demonstrates a wide range of presentation skills and techniques, including ICT skills, appropriate to the development of major project

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Timber Products and Furniture: Xylem and Phloem Console

Jack Taylor

Annotation

“Jack has addressed multiple criteria in his Record of Production. He has provided a succinct record of the production of his project while also addressing WHS and safe working practices in text and pictures, and an evaluation of the work completed in this three week period. Jack has also clearly demonstrated how he has made his leg prototype in only three photographs which contributes to this being a succinct record.”

Examination Criteria

Record of Production

Evaluation of the MP and its relationship to the statement of intent, research and planning

Evidence of WHS and safe working practices

Marking Guideline

Clearly describes the management of the project, including a succinct record of the production of project

Provides critical evaluation of the major project, including in relation to the statement of intent, research and planning

Demonstrates the use of a wide range of appropriate WHS and safe working practices through suitable documentation and evidence

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Timber Products and Furniture: Xylem and Phloem Console

Jack Taylor

Annotation

“Jack has provided a wide range of relevant research on finishes suitable for his Console Table—many students make the mistake of including research that pads out the content without clear relevance to the project being constructed. A succinct description of each finish is provided along with an image to clearly show how each finish looks on a project. Jack has then justified the selection of Wipe on Poly and provided reasons why the other finishes were not chosen.”

Examination Criteria

Research of components, processes, technologies and resources

Selection and justification of components, processes, technologies & resources

Marking Guideline

Conducts and explains a wide range of relevant research of appropriate materials, processes, technologies and resources

Justifies the selection of appropriate materials, processes, technologies and resources

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