The examples given above are neither compulsory nor exclusive. The contents of the Portfolio will be determined by the nature of the course of study.
Candidates should produce a collection of materials which exemplifies work carried out during the AS course. Alternatively, candidates may wish to present a series of related images on mounted sheets. Candidates may submit in their portfolio: When appropriate sources should be identified and acknowledged.
Examples of video, film, photographs, CD Roms and Powerpoint presentations may also be submitted. Evidence may also be included from the Internet, There is no restriction in the scale of work produced but candidates should carefully select, organise and present work to ensure that they provide evidence of meeting all four assessment objectives.
All work should be completed and marked to ensure that centre mark forms arrive at AQA and with moderators by the given deadline All the work produced for this unit will be marked as a whole. This unit is set and marked by the centre and moderated by AQA by visit to the centre.
Visits will normally take place in June. These will consist of a choice of five questions to be used as starting points.
Candidates are required to select one. Candidates should be selective when deciding what to submit for this unit. All the work submitted for this unit will be marked as a whole.
Quality of Written Communication As the quality of written communication is an important aspect of this unit candidates should consider the following points: The personal Investigation will be assessed as a single unit. Evidence of addressing the Assessment Objectives must be provided in both visual and written elements and connections between these two elements should be clearly established.
Sources should be identified and acknowledged. All work should be completed and marked to ensure that centre mark forms arrive at AQA and with moderators by the given deadline.
All the work produced for this unit will be marked as a whole. These will consist of a choice of eight questions to be used as starting points.
Towards the end of the examination period candidates should complete 15 hours of unaided and supervised time, the first 3 hours of which should be consecutive. Candidates should produce a clearly defined selection of work that makes up a whole, leading to a finished piece or pieces.
When appropriate, sources should be identified and acknowledged. Knowledge of art, craft and design should be developed through research, the development of ideas and making, working from first-hand experience and, where appropriate, secondary source materials.
Candidates are required to participate actively in their course of study, recognising and developing their own strengths in the subject and identifying and sustaining their own lines of enquiry. This might be achieved by, for example: They should be made aware of both traditional and new technologies.
Candidates should explore relevant images, artefacts and resources relating to a range of art, craft and design, from the past and from recent times, including European and non-European examples. This should be integral to the investigating and making process.Send student samples Guidance for schools and colleges on sending students’ non-exam assessment (NEA), controlled assessment and coursework samples to the moderator.
Whichever method you choose to submit marks, for most subjects you will still need to send samples of your students' work to your allocated moderator by post. Exams administration | Coursework, controlled assessment and non-exam assessment (NEA) | /18 record forms confirm the internal standardisation of marking.
We produce candidate record forms for all coursework and controlled assessment components. National 5 English - The courses provides learners with opportunities to develop skills in listening, talking, reading and writing.
National 5 English - The courses provides learners with opportunities to develop skills in listening, talking, reading and writing. Information on the production and submission of SQA-assessed coursework for.
Submitting coursework/controlled assessment marks We have reviewed our plans and decided not to go ahead with the new electronic mark submissions system (e-Submission) for summer Instead, you can continue submitting your internally-assessed marks in the usual way.
The final date for submitting your A level History coursework marks and samples of work for the summer series is 15 May The question could be based on British history or . a simplification of the assessment of Sc1, the coursework component a change from a three-tier examination to a two-tier examination, achieved by dropping the intermediate tier and extending the target grades on the foundation- and higher-tier papers.