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Creative Imedia

Creative Imedia

Year 9
Terms 1, 2 and 3Terms 4 and 5Term 6
Web DevelopmentDigital GraphicsPre-Production Documents
Identify and review features of a range of websites for a range of purposes.Identify and review features of a range of digital graphics for a range of purposes.Learn the purpose and uses of the following planning documents.
Explain different connection methods and devices that can be used to access the internet.Describe a range of file types and their suitability.Mood boards
Design and plan a multipage website inline with a client brief and target audience.Design and plan a digital graphic in line with a client brief and target audience.Mind Maps
Produce a range of planning documents such as a mind map, mood board, visualisation diagram and a work flow diagram.Produce a range of planning documents such as a mind map, mood board, visualisation diagram and a work flow diagram.Visualisation Diagrams
Create a multipage website using Dreamweaver.Create a digital graphic using Photoshop.Storyboards
Use the features of Dreamweaver such as CSS, Templates, Hyperlinking, Embedded Videos, Maps, Search bars and Navigation Menus.Use the features of Photoshop such as, selection tools, removal tools, adjustment layers, filters and effects to produce a digital graphic.Client Brief
Design a range of tests to ensure the functionality and suitability of your website.Review your digital graphic for areas of strengths and areas for improvement.Scripts
Review your website for areas of strengths and areas for improvement.Target Audience
Work Flow Diagrams.
Describe a range of file types including their purpose.
Explain how legislation effects the use of graphics.
Year 10
Terms 1, 2 and 3Terms 4 and 5Term 6
R085 Multipage WebsiteR082 Digital Graphics R081 Pre-Production Documents
Complete the first unit of controlled coursework worth 25% of the final grade.Complete the second unit of controlled coursework worth 25% of the final grade.Further develop skills and knowledge learnt in year 9.
Identify and review features of a range of websites for a range of purposes.Identify and review features of a range of digital graphics for a range of purposes.Learn about camera angles, shots focus and movement.
Explain different connection methods and devices that can be used to access the internet.Describe a range of file types and their suitability.Further learn about the purpose and features of a range of planning documents.
Design and plan a multipage website in line with a client brief and target audience.Design and plan a digital graphic in line with a client brief and target audience.Explain health and safety measures that should be taken in a workplace environment.
Produce a range of planning documents such as a mind map, mood board, visualisation diagram and a work flow diagram.Produce a range of planning documents such as a mind map, mood board, visualisation diagram and a work flow diagram.
Create a multipage website using Dreamweaver.Create a digital graphic using Photoshop.
Use the features of Dreamweaver such as CSS, Templates, Hyperlinking, Embedded Videos, Maps, Search bars and Navigation Menus.Use the features of Photoshop such as, selection tools, removal tools, adjustment layers, filters and effects to produce a digital graphic.
Produce evidence of the advance features you have used.Produce evidence of the advance features you have used.
Design a range of tests to ensure the functionality and suitability of your website.Publish your digital graphic to a range of suitable file types.
Publish your website to a suitable file format.Review your digital graphic for areas of strengths and areas for improvement.
Review your website for areas of strengths and areas for improvement.
Present your work in a suitable format.
Year 11
Terms 1, 2 and 3Terms 4, 5 and 6
R087 Interactive Multimedia Products
• Complete the final unit of controlled coursework worth 25% of the final grade.
R081 Pre-Production Documents
• Revision for the exam that is worth 25% of final grade.
• Identify the features and explain the suitability of a range of planning documents including;
Identify and review features of a range of multimedia products for a range of purposes.Learn the purpose and uses of the following planning documents.
Explain the hardware and software required to create and display interactive multimedia products.Mood boards
Produce a range of planning documents such as a mind map, mood board, visualisation diagram and a work flow diagram.Mind Maps
Create an interactive multimedia product using PowerPoint.Visualisation Diagrams
Use the features of PowerPoint such as transitions, animations, hyperlinking and embedding videos.Storyboards
Use other programs such as Photoshop to edit or create graphics.Client Brief
Produce evidence of the advance features you have used.Scripts
Design a range of tests to ensure the functionality and suitability of your interactive multimedia product.Target Audience
Publish your interactive multimedia product to a suitable file format.Work Flow Diagrams.
Review your interactive multimedia product for areas of strengths and areas for improvement.Describe a range of file types including their purpose.
Present your work in a suitable format.Explain how legislation effects the use of graphics.
Learn about camera angles, shots focus and movement.
Further learn about the purpose and features of a range of planning documents.
Explain health and safety measures that should be taken in a workplace environment.

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