AS91099 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
This examination requires you to respond to the above question to the criteria below
by writing an essay.
WHAT DOES ANALYSE MEAN?
It involves exploring and interpreting how meanings and effects are created in the film and it means discussing film techniques from the film. The discussion must be communicated clearly, in a structured written answer that follows the conventions of an essay format.
WHAT ARE THE SPECIFIED ASPECTS THAT IT REFERS TO?
- purposes and audiences
- ideas (eg character, theme, setting)
- language features (eg cinematography, editing, production design, sound, performance, rhetorical devices)
- structures (eg part text, whole text, narrative, beginnings and endings).
WHAT 'EVIDENCE' IS NEEDED TO SUPPORT MY ANSWER?
or any of the film techniques we have studied this year.
WHAT DO WE NEED TO DO TO MAKE IT CONVINCING?
'convincingly' involves providing reasoned and clear interpretations of the specified aspects within the film. The majority of these interpretations are connected to each other.
WHAT DO WE NEED TO DO TO MAKE IT PERCEPTIVE?
'perceptively' involves providing insightful and/or original interpretations of specified aspects of the film.