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ASSESSMENT DESCRIPTION TASK 2

Assessment Details

Course Code: 2203

Course Name: Learning through the Visual Arts

Course Teacher: Liz Taylor

Task Title: Portfolio

Task Description: Create a portfolio of visual art techniques suitable for early childhood
settings. Clearly segregated into distinct activity types (ie. Painting,
Collage, 3D modeling). (LO 2,3)

This assignment includes the following:


Special Instructions:
A Portfolio which includes a minimum of 5 art and craft techniques that could be
explored in early childhood settings which includes:
• The name of the technique
• Resources/Materials needed
• Procedures & Instructions on how to apply this technique
• Developmental domains involved (physical, cognitive, socio-emotional skills
can this project help develop?)
• Links with KG ADEC curriculum
• A reference list of books, web sites etc which readers could use to further
explore the technique
• Photos or pictures obtained from other sources that could be used to enhance
the portfolio

Weighting: 40%

Duration/Word Limit: A portfolio containing at least 5 art and craft techniques

Due Date: Week 6

Grading/Marking Criteria: Your grade will be determined using the relevant criteria from the
(to be determined by the attached rubric.
teacher using the attached
criteria matrix)

Late Penalty: Unless special circumstances are agreed with the course teacher regarding
late submission, work submitted 1 working day late will be deducted 10%,
2 days late 20%, 3 days late 30% and any work submitted more than 3 days
late will get a zero mark.

Academic Honesty: Breaches of Academic Honesty will be treated with the utmost seriousness.
You are reminded the penalties for cheating or plagiarism include dismissal
from the HCT.
(for more information please refer to Academic and Student Regulations,
HCT Academic Honesty Policy, Student Handbook)

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HCT Graduate Outcomes Addressed

1. Communication and Information Literacy x

2. Critical and Creative Thinking x

3. Global Awareness and Citizenship x

4. Technological Literacy x

5. Self-Management and Independent Learning x

6. Teamwork and Leadership

7. Vocational Competencies x

8. Mathematical Literacy ☐

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STUDENT GRADE/MARK REPORT
Course Assessment/Student Details

Course Code: 2203

Course Name: Learning through Visual Arts

Course Teacher: Liz Taylor

Task Title: Portfolio

Student Name: Amna Mohammed

Student ID: H00353967

Final Grade/Mark
General Comments

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ASSESSMENT COVER PAGE

Course Name: Learning through Visual Arts Course Code: 2203

Instructor Name: Liz Taylor

Task Title: Poster Presentation

Due Date: Week 6 Date


Submitted:

Student Name: Amna Mohammed

Student ID: H00353967 Section:

Late Penalty:
Unless special circumstances are agreed with the course teacher regarding late submission, work
submitted 1 working day late will be deducted 10%, 2 days late 20%, 3 days late 30% and any work
submitted more than 3 days late will get a zero mark.

Academic Honesty:
Breaches of Academic Honesty will be treated with the utmost seriousness. You are reminded the
penalties for cheating or plagiarism include dismissal from the HCT.
(for more information please refer to Academic and Student Regulations, HCT Academic Honesty
Policy, Student Handbook)

Student Declaration:
This assignment is entirely my own work except where I have duly acknowledged other sources in
the text and listed those sources at the end of the assignment. I have not previously submitted
this work to the HCT. I understand that I may be orally examined on my submission.

Signed: Amna Mohammed Date: H00353967

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GRADING/MARKING RUBRIC
ACHIEVEMENT INDICATORS
Achievement that does not meet requirements

Significantly below course Below course


requirements requirements –
GRADING/MARKING Assessment Clearly does achievement that Achievement that minimally Achievement that is Achievement that is
Achievement that satisfactorily
CRITERIA has not been not meet the narrowly does not meets the course
meets the course requirements
significantly above the course outstanding relative to
submitted at requirements meet the requirements requirements the course requirements
all, is not- requirements
existent or
not carried
out
C-
F D D C C+ B- B B+ A- A
Letter Grade

5. Subject knowledge Unable to evidence or Limited knowledge of Some evidence of Generally accurate Accurate extensive Complete and full
Understanding and articulate basic principles subject. Information understanding key aspects understanding of key aspects understanding of subject. understanding of subject.
application of subject and knowledge related to may be significantly of the subject, but details of the subject. Some Minor irrelevancies and Extensive evidence of
knowledge and underlying the subject. Information irrelevant, incomplete are lacking. Some irrelevancies and inaccuracies inaccuracies appreciation of the
principles may be irrelevant, and/or inaccurate irrelevancies and relative significance of all
Accurately applied subject incomplete and/or making information inaccuracies relevant aspects of the
knowledge to analyze and inaccurate. hard to follow logically. subject.
present each technique.
3. Explanation, description, Explanation and reasoning Explanation and Some explanation and Explanation and reasoning is All explanation reasoning is All explanation and
and/or justification is wholly lacking. May reasoning is not easily reasoning is discernible, generally well-formed, fully-formed, complete and reasoning is fully-formed,
Logical reasoning, supported demonstrate a total discernible, complete though not always complete complete and logical. Most wholly logical. Most main complete and wholly
back up and critical thinking: misunderstanding of the or logical. Main points and/or logical in places. Key main points are backed-up, points are backed-up with logical. All main points
compare and contrast task. lack support. points may be significantly though not always with sufficient supporting evidence are backed-up with
Resources and procedures, lacking in support. sufficient supporting evidence and examples, as required. sufficient supporting
Skills, links with the and examples, as required. evidence and examples,
curriculum and learning as required.
outcomes related to Art are
clearly and sufficiently
described

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8. Experimentation/ Little or no engagement Unable to identify Operates within familiar and Evidence of exploration of Evidence of conceptual risk Unfamiliar conceptual
Exploration of ideas with alternative ideas and problems; does not well established ideas, processes, media and taking / using own analysis to territories may be
Problem solving, risk taking, processes understand the processes, media and/or materials; may lead to inform further cycles of inquiry explored
experimentation and testing purpose of risk taking materials; some evidence of potential directions for future and potential future directions
of ideas and materials in the or exploration of exploration work
realization of concepts alternatives
Attempted to further
experiment with the
techniques/ideas proposed
during lessons
10. References Little or no referencing Inadequate referencing Evidence of referencing, but Adequate referencing, but Fully-formed references with Fully-formed and
Bibliography, citation, in Irrelevant or inappropriate with a significant not throughout. some inconsistencies. minor errors accurate references.
text citation, referencing selection of references. number of Few references and many Limited number of references, Limited number and selection Extensive selection of
(APA style format) No citations in text. inconsistencies are not suitable or but not all are suitable or of reputable and suitable reputable and suitable
Few references that reputable. reputable. references. references.
are not suitable or Few citations with little or Few citations that are not Many citations are appropriate Well selected citations
reputable. no links to your ideas. directly linked to your ideas. but only used as an association that support ideas.
The citations have no to your ideas.
links to your ideas.
11. Clarity and accuracy The whole text is unclear. Mostly unclear with Sometimes clear, with Generally clear and accurate. Clearly expressed, with only Clearly expressed
Clarity of message, accuracy Errors are numerous and patches of significant patches of confusion. Errors can cause occasional errors that do not throughout. Consistently
of grammar, vocabulary, cause significant break down. Errors can Accuracy is inconsistent. misunderstanding in places. cause misunderstanding. accurate. Requiring a
spelling, punctuation misunderstanding. cause significant Errors cause Still some correction required. Requiring a minimal amount of minimal amount of
sentences misunderstanding and misunderstanding. correction. correction.
require numerous Correction required.
corrections.

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