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Edexcel BTEC and LCCI qualifications, Edexcel BTEC and LCCI qualifications are awarded by Pearson the UK s largest awarding body. offering academic and vocational qualifications that are globally recognised and benchmarked For. further information please visit our qualification websites at www edexcel com www btec co uk or. www lcci org uk Alternatively you can get in touch with us using the details on our contact us. page at qualifications pearson com contactus, About Pearson. Pearson is the world s leading learning company with 40 000 employees in more than. 70 countries working to help people of all ages to make measurable progress in their lives through. learning We put the learner at the centre of everything we do because wherever learning. flourishes so do people Find out more about how we can help you and your learners at. qualifications pearson com, References to third party material made in this sample assessment material are made in good. faith Pearson does not endorse approve or accept responsibility for the content of materials. which may be subject to change or any opinions expressed therein Material may include. textbooks journals magazines and other publications and websites. All information in this document is correct at time of publication. Original origami artwork Mark Bolitho, Origami photography Pearson Education Ltd Naki Kouyioumtzis. All the material in this publication is copyright, Pearson Education Limited 2015.
1 Introduction 1, 2 Component 2 Externally Set Assignment 3. Introduction, The Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design is designed for use in. schools and colleges It is part of a suite of GCSE qualifications offered by Pearson. This sample assessment material has been developed to support this qualification. and will be used as the benchmark to develop the assessment students will take. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design 1. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015. 2 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1, Art and Design. Component 2 Externally Set Assignment, Sample assessment material for first teaching Paper Reference. September 2016 see below, Period of sustained focus 10 hours.
You do not need any other materials, Instructions to teachers. This paper should be given to the teacher examiner AS SOON AS IT IS RECEIVED. in the centre in order to plan for the candidates preparatory study period The. paper will also be available on the Edexcel website each year in January. The paper may be given to candidates any time after its release at the centre s. discretion Candidates then undertake investigations and development under. informal supervision There is no prescribed time limit for the preparatory study. The final ten hour period of sustained focus may take place over multiple. sessions a maximum of four within three consecutive weeks and is conducted. under formal supervision The ten hour period of sustained focus should. not include teacher direction demonstration preparation of workspaces or. materials clearing or storage of work, Instructions to candidates. This paper contains the theme and suggested starting points to be used in the. preparatory study period and the period of sustained focus You are advised to. read the whole paper, This paper contains the Externally Set Assignment for the following. 1AD0 02 Art Craft and Design, 1FA0 02 Art and Design Fine Art. 1GC0 02 Art and Design Graphic Communication, 1TE0 02 Art and Design Textile Design.
1TD0 02 Art and Design Three dimensional Design, 1PY0 02 Art and Design Photography. 2015 Pearson Education Ltd, Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design 3. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015. Candidate guidance, Your teacher will be able to teach guide and support you as you prepare your personal. response You may also complete preparatory work without direct supervision. The preparatory study period, The preparatory study period begins when you receive this paper and continues up until. the start of the period of sustained focus, You should develop your response to the theme in a personal and creative way.
developing refining and recording your ideas towards the final outcome s. The period of sustained focus, The period of sustained focus consists of ten hours working under supervised. examination conditions in an appropriate studio setting Teachers will be able to support. you with matters such as working space materials and equipment However teachers. will not be able to give you feedback about your work in progress or suggest how you. might improve or develop your outcome s, During the ten hour period of sustained focus you will produce your final outcome s. based on your preparatory studies in response to the Externally Set Assignment theme. The period of sustained focus may take place over more than one session You will not be. able to access any of your work outside of these sessions Once the ten hour supervised. sustained focus period has ended you will not be able to add to or alter any of your. Your teacher will inform you of the dates and times when you will complete your ten. hours of unaided work for the Externally Set Assignment. The Externally Set Assignment is worth 40 of the GCSE. 4 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art andS49566A. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015. Exploring and developing the theme, Your work for this Externally Set Assignment should be based on the theme given in this. The theme this year is, You should discuss your ideas with your teacher before deciding how to respond to the. theme Your work will be marked according to how well you have shown evidence of the. four Assessment Objectives, The four Assessment Objectives are.
develop ideas through investigations demonstrating critical understanding of. refine work by exploring ideas selecting and experimenting with appropriate. media materials techniques and processes, record ideas observations and insights relevant to intentions as work progresses. present a personal and meaningful response that realises intentions and. demonstrates understanding of visual language, You should use the knowledge skills and understanding you have learnt to show your. progression along your creative journey, Suggested starting points. The starting points on the following pages are suggestions to help you think about. possible ideas ways of working and your personal creative approach to this year s theme. You should read through the whole paper before you start your preparatory work as. any section may provide you with ideas, You may prefer to use a starting point of your own and explore and respond to other. artists and references to help you develop your response to the theme Freedom. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design 5. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015 Turn over. Freedom people, Freedom can be expressed through the way a material or technique is applied Gabriel.
Moreno uses delicately crafted free flowing lines to create this captivating illustration. Gabriel Moreno, illustration, Simon Birch uses bold brush marks to create a powerful painting A physical expression. can reveal the desire to be free, Simon Birch, Ultimate Nullifier. Artists have often observed and recorded freedom movements and the struggle for the. freedom of speech, Artists sometimes depict people who are described as free spirited carefree. unconventional or nonconformist, 6 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art andS49566A. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015. Dancers gymnasts and circus performers have inspired artists craftspeople and. designers Bill Wadman uses photographic techniques and Alice Kettle uses a range of. textile methods to capture unrestricted movement, Bill Wadman Alice Kettle.
Dancers Blue Nymph, photograph textile, Breaking free from a situation slavery or imprisonment could bring about great relief. Zenos Frudakis created a life sized bronze sculpture about escaping. Zenos Frudakis, Here are some other suggestions that may stimulate your ideas. unattached, restricted, at leisure, Using one of the above starting points or starting points of your own develop your ideas. to produce a personal response to the theme Freedom. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design 7. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015 Turn over. Freedom man made, Sport technology products such as running blades give athletes with disabilities the. freedom to participate, Source AFP Press, Paralympic Running Blades.
product design, Artists often search for new forms of free expression In this work Jeannie Petyarre. creates abstract paintings using repeated marks and shapes. Jeannie Petyarre, Bush Medicine Leaves, Discarded free objects and materials can be used to make art Some artists craftspeople. and designers reuse and modify everyday found objects. The ballot box is an object we associate with the free world and could inspire artists. 8 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art andS49566A. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015. Fashion designers express their freedom by breaking away from tradition Vivienne. Westwood created anarchic fashion informed by the Punk movement. Appliances we use in our homes are constantly improving This makes our lives easier. and gives us more free time The Dyson advert for a vacuum cleaner expresses advances. in technology by using colour to associate it with a state of the art car. Vivienne Westwood Source Dyson Press, punk fashion Dyson advertisement. fashion design graphic design, Deanna Dikeman s photograph focuses on the luxurious contents of an individual s. wardrobe suggesting the excess and freedom of choice of personal choice that comes. with wealth, Deanna Dikeman, Inventory Fur Coats 1999.
photograph, Here are some other suggestions that may stimulate your ideas. controlled, mechanical, Using one of the above starting points or starting points of your own develop your ideas. to produce a personal response to the theme Freedom. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design 9. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015 Turn over. Freedom environment, Living in confined spaces can restrict freedom Michael Wolf captures this idea in a. visually exciting way, Michael Wolf, photograph, Many of us now have the freedom to travel to and explore new places Fernando. Volken Togni uses simple shapes and motifs to create a poster representing the vibrant. atmosphere of a busy city, Fernando Volken Togni, Getting stuck in places can be a frightening experience Being set free can be liberating.
Places free from clutter and junk could be described as organised spaces Many artists. and designers use ordered and organised visual elements to give a feeling of freedom. and harmony, 10 Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art andS49566A. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015. Wild places such as a remote seashore can provide a rich source of ideas. Susan Fraser uses varied textures in her work to depict an untamed environment. Philippe de Loutherbourg uses a strong composition to emphasise danger in his. painting which shows an escape from a threatening environment. Phillippe de Loutherbourg Susan Fraser, The Great Fire of London Orkney Shore detail. painting embellished textile, Towns and cities contain monuments and structures dedicated to the fight for. independence and democracy The Statue of Liberty was designed by Fr d ric Bartholdi. as a symbol of freedom, Fr d ric Auguste Bartholdi. Statue of Liberty, Here are some other suggestions that may stimulate your ideas.
wilderness, independent, Using one of the above starting points or starting points of your own develop your ideas. to produce a personal response to the theme Freedom. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design 11. Sample Assessment Materials Issue 1 October 2015 Pearson Education Limited 2015 Turn over. Pearson Edexcel Level 1 Level 2 GCSE 9 1 in Art and Design Art Craft and Design 1AD0 Fine Art 1FA0 Graphic Communication 1GC0 Textile Design 1TE0 Three dimensional Design 1TD0 Photography 1PY0 First teaching from September 2016 First certification from 2018 Issue 1 GCSE 9 1 Art and Design Edexcel BTEC and LCCI qualifications Edexcel BTEC and LCCI qualifications are awarded

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