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Creating and making

At Level 6, within and across areas of specialisation,
students -
c apply decision making skills to find the most effective
way to implement ideas, design, create and make arts
works devised from a range of stimuli, demonstrating
development of a personal style.

c evaluate, reflect on, refine and justify their work’s
content, design, development and their aesthetic choices.

c realise their ideas, represent observations and
communicate their interpretations by effectively combining
and manipulating selected arts elements, principles and/or
conventions to create the desired aesthetic qualities.

c Independently and collaboratively, apply their
knowledge and understanding to design, create and
produce arts works influenced by the style of particular
artists or cultures.

c vary the content, structure and form of their arts works
to suit a range of purposes, contexts, audiences and/or
the conventions of a specific style, and demonstrate
technical competence in the use of skills, techniques and
processes.

c effectively use a range of traditional and contemporary
media, materials, equipment and technologies.

c maintain a record of how ideas develop in the creating,
making and presenting of their arts works.


Exploring and responding

At Level 6, students -
c observe, research and critically discuss a range of
contemporary, traditional, stylistic, historical and cultural
examples of arts works in the disciplines and forms in
which they are working.

c analyse, interpret, compare and evaluate the stylistic,
technical, expressive and aesthetic features of arts works
created by a range of artists and made in particular times
and cultural contexts.

c describe and discuss ways that their own and othersâ
€™ arts works communicate and challenge ideas and
meaning.

c use appropriate arts language and, in the arts works
they are exploring and responding to, refer to specific
examples.

c comment on the impact of arts works, forms and
practices on other arts works and society in general.


                                              
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VISUAL COMMUNICATION
Level 6
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VELS: DOMAIN - Physical, Personal and Social Learning
VELS: DOMAIN - Interdisciplinary Learning
At Level 6, learning in
the Arts draws on the
arts disciplines of
 Art
 Dance
 Drama
 Media
 Music
 Visual
 Communication
both individually and in
combination.

At this level, learning
and teaching programs
allow students to

- explore personal
interests and develop
skills, knowledge and
understanding relevant
to specific arts forms
and disciplines in
increasingly
sophisticated ways

- provide opportunities
for students to continue
sequential development
of learning in arts
disciplines they have
undertaken in previous
arts programs.
Relevance of
activities included
in
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