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INTEGRITY, TENACITY, SERVICE

Course Assessment

Grade Assessment Detail

9

Students offer assured and comprehensive practical creation, development and refinement of ideas from the stimuli

to communicate meaning; individual performance is refined, articulate and dynamic, with skilful and highly engaging

characterisation and highly accomplised vocal and physical techniques; understand social, historical and/or

cultural contexts including the theatre conventions of the period which the text was created and performed; provide

comprehensive, fully-balanced and considered analysis and evaluation of their own work and the work of others.

8

Students offer comprehensive explanations of the creative intentions for the performance; demonstrate assured and

sustained control and understanding in relation to style, genre and theatrical conventions, with skilful and highly engaging

characterisation and accomplished vocal and physical techniques; understand the practices used in twenty-first century

theatre-making; provide assured, fully-balanced and considered analysis and evaluation of their own work and the work

of others.

7

Students offer sustained explanations of the creative intentions for the performance; make an assured contribution to

the realisation of the artistic intention in performance, with characterisation showing comprehensive understanding of

the role with sophisticated vocal and physical skills; understand the role of theatre makers in contemporary practice

including performers, directors and designers; provide an effective and balanced analysis and evaluation of their own

work and the work of others.

6

Students demonstrate clear engagement throughout the process of collaboration, rehearsal and refinement; demonstrate

a convincing and sustained interpretation of the text in performance, with consistent characterisation and secure vocal

and physical skills; • understand how the meaning of a text might be interpreted and communicated to an audience;

provide a secure and balanced analysis and evaluation of their own work and the work of others.

5

Students offer coherent explanations of the creative intentions for the performance; provide effective contribution to the

realisation of the artistic intention in performance, with secure characterisation and sound vocal and physical skills; use

appropriate vocabulary and subject-specific terminology with appropriate care and accuracy; provide a competent and

generally balanced analysis and evaluation of their own work and the work of others.

4

Students demonstrate some adequate engagement with the process of collaboration, rehearsal and refinement;

demonstrate a coherent interpretation of the text in performance with consistent charactisation, with developing vocal

and physical skills; use appropriate vocabulary and subject-specific terminology with some degree of success; provide

a coherent and generally balanced analysis and evaluation of their own work and the work of others.

3

Students offer adequate explanations of the creative intentions for the performance; make a clear contribution to the

realisation of the artistic intention in performance; sound characteristation, vocal and physical skills; provide adequate

analysis with basic evaluation of their own work and the work of others.

2

Students demonstrates tentative engagement with the process of collaboration, rehearsal and refinement; demonstrates

a basic interpretation of the text in performance, with uneven characterisation, vocal and physical skills; provide generally

adequate analysis with basic evaluation of their own work and the work of others.

1

Students offer basic and underdeveloped explanations of the creative intentions for the performance; make a basic

contribution to the realisation of the artistic intention in performance with limited vocal and physical technique; provide

limited analysis and evaluation of thier own work and the work of others.

For further information contact: Mrs J Porteous