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A bank of model assignments is provided by OCR for units R082–R092. Centres must select from the model assignments provided, to use when assessing their learners.
Centres can make modifications to the model assignments that OCR provides so that the assignment can be put within a local context that learners might relate to more easily, or to allow for differences in the materials, equipment and facilities available at different centres. Guidance on what can be modified is given in each assignment in the section Teacher Information under Scope of permitted model assignment modification.
OCR will review the model assignments annually which may result in an assignment being withdrawn and replaced. It is up to the centre to check the website to see which model assignments are available to be used. We will give approximately 12 months notice if a model assignment is to be withdrawn and replaced so that we do not disadvantage any learners who have already started working on an assignment that is to be replaced.
For more information on the use of model assignments please see section 4.2.1 in the specification.
This vocationally-related qualification takes an engaging, practical and inspiring approach to learning and assessment. It will equip learners with a range of skills and provide opportunities to develop, in context, transferable skills such as research, planning, and review, working with others and communicating creative concepts effectively. The hands on approach has strong relevance to the way young people use the technology required in creative media.
We’ve put together this guide to give additional guidance on how internal standardisation may be approached. These guidelines must be used in conjunction with the Centre Handbook and Admin Guide relevant to the qualification you are delivering.
This resource brings together the questions from the January 2014 examined unit (R081), the marking guidance, the examiner’s comments and the exemplar answers into one place for easy reference.
This resource brings together the questions from the June 2014 examined unit (R081), the marking guidance, the examiner’s comments and the exemplar answers into one document for easy reference.
This document shows how Cambridge Nationals in ICT units and learning outcomes map to Cambridge Nationals in Creative iMedia units and learning outcomes.
Resources Links provides ideas of other resources which teachers might find useful to support the delivery of these units.
This guide gives a range of ideas for lessons structured by learning outcome for this unit.
This is a guide for teachers so that you can see how we would mark work, Cambridge Nationals are designed to give the learners the project and let them create the work. The guide contains sample learner work for this unit and covers all learning objectives, graded at Marking Band 1 (MB1) and Marking Band 3 (MB3).
This is a guide for teachers so that you can see how we would mark work, Cambridge Nationals are designed to give the learners the project and let them create the work. The guide contains sample learner work for this unit and covers all learning objectives, graded at marking band 1 (MB1) and marking band 3 (MB3).
In this lesson element learners develop their ability to create a master template for an interactive product.
This document gives teachers background information about this lesson element.
In this lesson element learners take part in a role play about responding to a client needs.
Resource links provides ideas of other resources which teachers might find useful to support the delivery of this unit.
In this lesson element learners will investigate how interactive media products are used and created.
In this lesson element learners ar required to source or create assessits for use in a video.
In this lesson element learners investigate and compare a range of digital videos.
In this lesson element learners are asked to create a storyboard.
In this lesson element learners watch a number of videos and then comment on how they could be improved.