OUTCOME 1 The brief ASSESSMENT TASK Prepare one brief that decribes a client's communication need and specifies possible resolutions, and proposes two distinct final visual communication presentations suitable for a stated audience/s
c The brief is prepared in consultation with a real or fictitious person. If a real client is involved and restrictions are imposed which may prevent the student meeting specific criteria, the teacher should ensure that these restrictions are overcome.
cNo format is prescribed for the brief ..... Formats that may be used to write the brief include: - a description of the content of the brief organised under sub-headings - a letter of request - a structure that presents the brief in dot points
cthe brief should refer to one client and two distinctly different final presentations of visual communication
cEach of the final visual communication presentations should be discernibly different in presentation, format and intent. The difference between the two final presentations should be clearly evident in the description of each piece of visual communication in the brief.
c Presentation formats should be numbered 'Presentation format 1' and 'Presentation format 2' in the brief. Where they are not numbered the first presentation format listed should be assumed to be 'Presentation format 1' in any list of formats in the brief. Note that if more than two presentation formats are listed in the brief, then only the first two should be identified as 'Presentation format 1' and 'Presentation format 2'.
c The brief is not required to be within a specific word range. Teachers are advised that the word range that would be sufficient to cover the requirements of Outcome 1 is between 200 and 400 words.
The source of the above information is the VCAA BULLETIN Supplement 2 February 2006 You can download this PDF document from the VCAA website if you click here from page 4 - Review by visitation from page 30 - Visual communication and Design page 36 ASSESSMENT SHEET for School-assessed Task: Design Folio
A VISUAL COMMUNICATION COMMUNITY WEBPAGE
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