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Published by the Caribbean Examinations Council, All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or. transmitted in any form or by any means electronic photocopying recording or otherwise without prior. permission of the author or publisher, Correspondence related to the syllabus should be addressed to. The Pro Registrar,Caribbean Examinations Council,Caenwood Centre. 37 Arnold Road Kingston 5 Jamaica W I,Telephone 876 630 5200. Facsimile Number 876 967 4972,E mail address cxcwzo cxc org.
Website www cxc org,Copyright 2009 by Caribbean Examinations Council. The Garrison St Michael BB14038 Barbados,CXC 32 G SYLL 01 2. RATIONALE 1,GENERAL OBJECTIVES 2,RELATED KNOWLEDGE 3. ORGANIZATION OF THE SYLLABUS 3,SUGGESTED TIME TABLE ALLOCATION 3. FORMAT OF THE EXAMINATIONS 4,CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT 5.
WEIGHTING OF EXAMINATION COMPONENTS AND PROFILE DIMENSIONS 6. CERTIFICATION 6,REGULATIONS FOR PRIVATE CANDIDATES 7. REGULATIONS FOR RE SIT CANDIDATES 7,SAFETY PRACTICES 7. TWO DIMENSIONAL EXPRESSIVE FORMS 8,PAINTING AND MIXED MEDIA 9. GRAPHIC AND COMMUNICATION DESIGN 10,PRINTMAKING 12. TEXTILE DESIGN AND MANIPULATION 13,THREE DIMENSIONAL EXPRESSIVE FORMS 14.
SCULPTURE AND CERAMICS 14,LEATHERCRAFT 15,FIBRE AND DECORATIVE ARTS 16. CXC 32 G SYLL 01, THEORY AND PRACTICE OF VISUAL ARTS Regulations for the Reflective Journal 18. REGULATIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION PAPER 23, REGULATIONS FOR SETTING MARKING AND SELECTING SAMPLES FOR. SCHOOL BASED ASSESSMENT 25,BIBLIOGRAPHY 33, This document CXC 18 G SYLL 09 replaces CXC 18 O SYLL 02 issued in 2002. The Visual Arts Syllabus was revised in 2009 for use in examinations from 2011 Major amendments to. the syllabus are represented in italics,Revised in 1996 2002 2009.
Please check the website www cxc org for updates on CXC s syllabuses. CXC 18 G SYLL 09 0,Visual Arts Syllabus, The Visual Arts area of study encompasses all three domains of learning namely cognitive affective and. psychomotor The pedagogy of the subject covers such topics as the theory and history of art elements and principles. of design and manipulative or practical skills Visual Arts therefore is of great relevance to students as it is. important for learning and insight to problem solving and creativity evident in the interpretation of their own. work and the work of others The subject offers students the opportunity to acquire a variety of experiences and. skills in the areas of art craft and design It also fosters interest and enjoyment in the doing production and. consumption of art and seeks to develop informed citizens and raise the standard of cultural awareness among. In the Caribbean much knowledge and information are communicated through images and spectacle and the visual. arts serve to interpret this information and build bridges to understanding the role of art in interpreting our. contemporary historical cultural and visual world The Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate CSEC. syllabus in the Visual Arts will help to promote and encourage tolerance and diversity among students of different. ethnic backgrounds cultures and points of view in the region The syllabus also helps students to develop. intellectually and seeks to refine their critical thinking skills and judgments through research and the making of. The knowledge understanding skills and values gained from the CSEC Visual Arts Syllabus will assist students. in building conceptual and practical skills which can be applied in art craft design and related careers in the. world of work The CSEC Visual Arts Syllabus provides students with a basis for further study enhances leisure. time pursuits and fosters their aesthetic physical spiritual personal and cultural development The syllabus also. focuses on the Caribbean since there is a pressing need for the people of the region to develop an aesthetic awareness. and appreciation of their cultural heritage, The syllabus also contributes to the development of selected attributes from the CARICOM Ideal Person document as. articulated by the CARICOM Heads of Government This person is one who demonstrates emotional security with a high. level of self confidence and self esteem is aware of the importance of living in harmony with the environment and. nurtures its development in the economic and entrepreneurial spheres in all other areas of life CARICOM Education. Strategy 2000, This holistic development of students aligns with selected competencies advocated in the UNESCO Pillars of learning. These are learning to be learning to do and learning to transform one s self and society. The syllabus aims to, 1 provide a variety of experiences and skills in the field of the visual arts. CXC 18 G SYLL 09 1, 2 foster interest and enjoyment in the doing production and consumption of art and craft.
3 develop informed citizens and raise the standard of cultural awareness among students. 4 promote and encourage tolerance and diversity among students of different ethnic backgrounds cultures. and point of view, 5 provide opportunity for informed decision making through the development of skills in critical thinking. problem solving research and communication, 6 develop knowledge of visual arts practitioners and their practice in history and contemporary society. GENERAL OBJECTIVES, On completion of the syllabus students should develop. 1 the ability to perceive understand and express concepts and feelings in Two Dimensional and Three. Dimensional Expressive Forms, 2 the ability to record ideas from direct observation and personal experience. 3 the ability to communicate by using appropriate materials and technologies in a disciplined way. 4 the ability to experiment innovate and use intuition and imagination in producing works of art. 5 critical and analytical faculties the ability to identify research and evaluate problems in a systematic. 6 a relevant working vocabulary in art and design, 7 an awareness and understanding of the holistic nature of the art and design activity.
8 an appreciation for the work of other artists and designers in the Caribbean in both a contemporary and a. historical context, 9 an understanding of cultural change and the importance of art and design in the evaluation of personal. experience in a multicultural society,10 positive personal and social attitudes. 11 the ability to produce samples integrated with historical cultural and theoretical studies. 12 a well organised comprehensive journal to include samples and supportive theoretical and visual material. using knowledge of layout and design techniques,CXC 18 G SYLL 09 2. RELATED KNOWLEDGE, The CSEC Visual Arts Syllabus assumes that students had previously. 1 acquired some knowledge of the basic elements and principles of design. 2 developed skills in the use of some basic tools and materials. 3 developed a working knowledge of the vocabulary of art. ORGANIZATION OF THE SYLLABUS, The CSEC Visual Arts programme consists of three components namely Two Dimensional Expressive Forms.
Three Dimensional Expressive Forms and the Theory Process and Practice of Visual Arts Reflective Journal. The Theory Process and Practice of Visual Arts Reflective Journal is an integral part of the delivery of content. and evaluation of coursework, The Two Dimensional and Three Dimensional components of the syllabus include the following Expressive. Two Dimensional Expressive Forms Three Dimensional Expressive Forms. Drawing Sculpture and Ceramics,Painting and Mixed media Leathercraft. Graphic and Communication Design Fibre and Decorative Arts. Printmaking,Textile Design and Manipulation,Formerly Imaginative Composition. The CSEC Visual Arts programme is offered as ONE inclusive syllabus Candidates are required to complete a. REFLECTIVE JOURNAL on the THEORY PROCESS and PRACTICE of VISUAL ARTS based on one. or more of the Expressive Forms Th is R e fle c tiv e J o u r n a l re p l a ce s t h e I l l u s t ra t e d P a p e r. Candidates MUST also select and study any TWO of the Expressive Forms They may select EXPRESSIVE. FORMS from EITHER the TWO DIMENSIONAL or the THREE DIMENSIONAL components or a mix. of forms from the two components,SUGGESTED TIME TABLE ALLOCATION. The syllabus should be taught over a period of two academic years It is recommended that a minimum. of four 45 minute periods per week be allocated and this should be arranged as two double periods. CXC 18 G SYLL 09 3,FORMAT OF THE EXAMINATIONS, All candidates offering the same Expressive Forms will write the same examination paper and will.
fulfil the same requirements for the School Based Assessment. The examination requirements are, 1 Two Production Papers based on two Expressive Forms chosen and one Reflective Journal. based on Theory Process and Practice of Visual Arts related to the expressive forms chosen. 2 School Based Assessment consisting of SIX pieces of work THREE pieces based on EACH. Expressive form chosen, PRODUCTION PAPER There are eight Expressive Forms five are Two dimensional. and three are Three dimensional forms Each Expressive. form will be assessed by four questions Candidates are. required to respond to one question from each of the. Expressive Forms studied Marks for the skills,Craftsmanship Design and Composition and. Originality will be allocated in the ratio 8 5 2, The duration of the examination for each Expressive. Form will be six hours,Each 6 hour paper will be divided into two 3 hour.
sessions with a break of not less than 1 hour between. sessions These two sessions need not be held on the. If t h e ex a m i n a t i o n i s d o n e o n t w o s ep a r a t e d a y s. th e n th e e x a m in a tio n w o r k M U S T N O T b e ta k e n. fr o m th e E x a m in a tio n C e n tr e, RE F L E C TI V E J O UR N A L Each Candidate will be required to prepare a Reflective. Theo ry P ro cess and P ractice of Journal The Journal will consist of a body of work. V i s u a l Ar t s reflecting the candidate s exposure to Theory Process. and Practice of Visual Arts with special reference to the. Expressive Forms studied The Journal should be, maintained over the first five terms of the two year. course and show evidence of research undertaken, inclusive of samples photographs interviews critiques. descriptive anal y t i c and personal statements and. reflections, The Journal must contain no less than 1000 words and. must be presented in a booklet no smaller than 21 cm x. 30 cm and no larger than 30 cm x 40 cm See, regulations for the Reflective Journal on pages 18 24.
CXC 18 G SYLL 09 4, SCHOOL BASED ASSESSMENT Each candidate will be required to prepare a portfolio of. completed over 5 terms work consisting of a sample of three pieces from each. Expressive Form chosen This portfolio MUST include. the preparatory studies completed The pieces should be. prepared over the first five terms of the two year course. For further details on SBA see Regulations for,Teachers on Setting and Marking Coursework for. School Based Assessment pages 25 32,CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT. The skills to be used as criteria for assessing candidate performance are. Craftsmanship,Design and Composition,Originality, Research Theory Process and Practice of Visual Arts. Definition of Skills, Craftsmanship the ability to demonstrate knowledge of materials.
media traditions and Visual Art processes, Design and Composition the ability to apply materials media and methods. to complete stated objectives, Originality the ability to demonstrate personal expression and. creativity, Re s e a r c h the ability to organise and report research findings and. Theory Process and Practice of Visual Arts apply knowledge of Visual Art techniques materials. media traditions and practitioners,CXC 18 G SYLL 09 5. WEIGHTING OF EXAMINATION COMPONENTS AND PROFILE,DIMENSIONS.
The weightings of the examination components and profile dimensions for school candidates are shown. in the grid below,Pa p e r N o 01 02 03 04 To t a l. P aper Pr o d u c t i o n Pr o d u c t i o n Re f l e c t i v e S B A Co m p o s i t e. T h e o r y,Pr o c e s s a n d,Pr a c t i c e o f,Ex p r e s s i v e Vi su a l A r ts. Fo r m a b a b a b a b b,r a w w t r a w w t r a w w t r a w w t w t. Ex p r e s s i v e,Fo r m 1 60 120 120 60 180 33 3. Ex p r e s s i v e 60 120 120 60 180 33 3,Th e o r y.
Pr o c e s s a n d 90 180 180 33 3,Pr a c t i c e o f. Vi s u a l A r t s,To t a l 120 120 180 120 540 100. we i g h t e d 22 2 22 2 33 3 22 2,Sc o r e s, SBA Assignments Three pieces of artwork for each Expressive Form the first and second pieces are 30 marks. each and the third piece is 60 marks,CERTIFICATION. Visual Arts is offered ONLY at General Proficiency. Candidates will be awarded an overall grade reported on a 6 point scale namely Grade I VI In. addition to the overall grade candidates performance will be reported under the profile dimensions that. are derived from the Expressive Forms chosen Candidates performance on the Reflective Journal will be. reported under the profile dimension Theory Process and Practice of Visual Arts For example the. profile dimensions of a candidate choosing Expressive Forms Drawing Painting and Mixed media and the. Reflective Jo ur nal will be reported as Drawing Painting and Mixed media and Theory Process. Graphic and Communication Design Fibre and Decorative Arts Printmaking Textile Design and Manipulation Formerly Imaginative Composition The CSEC Visual Arts programme is offered as ONE inclusive syllabus Candidates are required to complete a REFLECTIVE JOURNAL on the THEORY PROCESS and PRACTICE of VISUAL ARTS based on one

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