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Assessment Cover Sheet and Feedback Form 2016/17
1 minute Fiction Film Script and Development – ‘The Encounter’
Assessment Title and Tasks:
Creative Analysis & Development
Assessment No. 1 & 2
No. of pages submitted in total including this page: N/A
Word Count of submission
(if applicable): N/A
11th Oct 2016
Gp2: 22nd Nov 2016
Gp1: 29th Nov 2016
13th Dec 2016
Part A: Record of Submission (to be completed by Student)
If there are any exceptional circumstances that may have affected your ability to undertake or submit this assignment, make sure you contact the Advice Centre on your campus prior to your submission deadline.
Fit to sit policy:
The University operates a fit to sit policy whereby you, in submitting or presenting yourself for an assessment, are declaring that you are fit to sit the assessment. You cannot subsequently claim that your performance in this assessment was affected by extenuating factors.
Plagiarism and Unfair Practice Declaration:
By submitting this assessment, you declare that it is your own work and that the sources of information and material you have used (including the internet) have been fully identified and properly acknowledged as required. Additionally, the work presented has not been submitted for any other assessment. You also understand that the Faculty reserves the right to investigate allegations of plagiarism or unfair practice which, if proven, could result in a fail in this assessment and may affect your progress.
Details of Submission:
Note that all work handed in after the submission date and within 5 working days will be capped at 40%. No marks will be awarded if the assessment is submitted after the late submission date unless extenuating circumstances are applied for and accepted (Advice Shop to be consulted).
You are required to acknowledge that you have read the above statements by writing your student number (s) in this box:
Student Name(s) & Number(s):
IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO KEEP A RECORD OF ALL WORK SUBMITTED
Part B: Marking and Assessment
(to be completed by Module Lecturer)
Your work will be assessed on –
Research Portfolio -‐ An extensive personal research portfolio that illustrates and defines a personal creative direction
Script Development -‐ A section within your research portfolio that presents an original script (1 min) developed from the analysis within the research portfolio.
The Online Portfolio should be a recording of your progress throughout the project and should reflect your ideas and thoughts as they develop -‐ do not leave this until afterwards. The Online Portfolio should include your original ideas, notes on decisions made, ideas rejected, challenges met and how they were dealt with – as well as examples of material that you feel relevant and/or influential (such as youtube/vimeo clips etc).
80 – 100
70 – 79
60 – 69
50 – 59
40 – 49
30 – 39
0 – 29
Basic level of
little or no
Work is mainly
Work is entirely
example of the
tends to be
Clarity of Expression
not flow well.
Shows a basic
to the genre.
of the genre.
there are many
Submission will be in the form of a cover sheet which will contain a working link to your wordpress site/portfolio submitted via Turnitin, accessed through the Creative Analysis & Development – BJ1S34 section on UniLearn, by 08:30am on the date of your groups assessment:
Deadline for Research Portfolio & Script -‐ Verbal feedback:
Gp2: 08:30am, 22nd Nov 2016
Gp1: 08:30am, 29th Nov 2016
Paste the link to your wordpress portfolio below:
Feedback/feed-forward (linked to assessment criteria):
Areas where you have done well:
See grade charts above. It is useful to look at the descriptors at either side of the highlighted criteria, so that you can understand what you did well, and what you would need to do to improve future assessments.
Full verbal feedback, including your review and any peer/audience feedback can be found (and downloaded for you to keep) on UniLearn as recorded during the screening/playback session.
Please note, a 1st is an important grade to work towards achieving but you should be aware that it is rarely awarded, as it requires the work to be ‘near publishable’:
70 - 100% = 1st (Excellent/Outstanding)
60 - 69% = 2:1 (Very Good/Substantial/Original)
50 - 59% = 2:2 (Good/Sound/Not particularly original)
40 - 49% = 3rd (Satisfactory/Adequate/Not original)
30 - 39 = Narrow Fail (Crucial elements missing)
0 - 29 = Fail (Very limited/Inappropriate
P Mallison & P Appleby
Work on this module has been marked, double marked/moderated in
line with USW procedures. Y/N
Provisional mark only: subject to change and/or confirmation by the Assessment Board
Part C: Reflections on Assessment
(to be completed by student – optional)
Use of previous feedback:
In this assessment, I have taken/took note of the following points in feedback on previous work:
Please indicate which of the following you feel/felt applies/applied to your submitted work
A reasonable attempt. I could have developed some of the
A good attempt, displaying my understanding and learning, with
analysis in some parts.
A very good attempt. The work demonstrates my clear
understanding of the learning supported by relevant literature and scholarly work with good analysis and evaluation.
An excellent attempt, with clear application of literature and
scholarly work, demonstrating significant analysis and evaluation.
What I found most difficult about this assessment:
The areas where I would value/would have valued feedback: of the