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BTEC National Diploma in Creative Media Production Interim Assessment Unit: 23 Multi Camera Techniques Assignment Title: Multi Cam – Fashion Show 2013 Learner’s Name: Nana Assibey

Date Issued: Jan 2013

Grading criteria

P1

Assessor’s Name: Thomas Dennison White

Completion Date: March 27th 2013

Date achieved

describe multi-camera production programme formats with some appropriate use of subject terminology

Submitted on: March 28th 2013

Evidence Comments/feedback from assessor All of work is on: http://weeblynana.weebly.com I have also provided individual links to the relevant pages for each Learning Objective

Mar 27th 13 See Multi Cam web page:

http://weeblynana.weebly.com/unit-23-multicam.html

What you have shows great promise but is clearly unfinished.

M1

explain multi-camera production programme formats with reference to detailed illustrative examples and with generally correct use of subject terminology

D1

comprehensively explain multi-camera production programme formats with elucidated examples and consistently using subject terminology correctly

P2

plan a multi-camera production with some assistance

Mar 27th 13 See below

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M2

plan a multi-camera production competently and effectively showing some imagination and with only occasional assistance

Mar 27th 13 See below

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D2

plan a multi-camera production to a quality that reflects Mar 27th 13 See Fashion Show 2013 web page: near-professional standards showing creativity and flair http://tallismedia.weebly.com/level-3-unit-23and working independently to professional expectations 2013.html

Nana played an active role in planning the Fashion show, worked independently and produced work with creativity and imagination.

P3

perform an operational role in a multi-camera production Mar 27th 13 See below with some assistance.

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M3

perform an operational role in a multi-camera production Mar 27th 13 See below to a good technical standard with only occasional assistance.

See below

D3

perform an operational role in a multi-camera production Mar 27th 13 See Witness statement. to a technical quality that reflects near-professional

He rose to the challenge and was always ready on the talkback awaiting cues. Professional and


standards working independently to professional expectations.

Independent.

Assessor comments and suggestions for further improvement:

Strand 1 What you have shows great promise but is clearly unfinished. Strand 2 Nana played an active role in planning the Fashion show, worked independently and produced work with creativity and imagination. Strand 3 Nana did well learning to used a digital desk rather than the analogue one in our studio. He rose to the challenge and was always ready on the talkback awaiting cues. Professional and Independent.

Assessor’s signature and date:

Learner comments:

Learner declaration I declare that all the work submitted for this assignment is my own work or, in the case of group work, my own contribution to the work of the group in which I worked, and that no part of it has been copied from any source. I understand that if any part of the work submitted for this assignment is found to be plagiarised, none of the work submitted will be allowed to count towards the assessment of this assignment. Signed:

Internal verifier’s notes

Internal verifier’s signature and date:

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Date:28 March 2013


Signed:

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Date: 28 March 2013


unit 23 multicam interim