Structuring the CS

IB Visual Arts: Structuring the CS

There are many ways to approach the CS and this is what makes it interesting and unusual. There is no definitive or required format, students can use powerpoint, keynote, word doc, prezi, with a combination of journal pages and digital content. Have a look at the tips in Presentation and Format CS to see what is recommended and the CS Assessment Criteria It is always helpful to break the CS down into bite sized pieces....

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Comments 4

Vandita Varjangbhay 6 April 2017 - 18:05

Dear Heather
When students are working on their structure, many a times we do go through a session where they ask if when using the King McFee conceptual framework, could they eliminate a few of the frames. For example- Audience world. I find that if they work with Audience-Artwork-Artist-Artist world, they work much more comfortably. Would it fine if I structured it for them without Audience world?

Heather McReynolds 7 April 2017 - 15:54

Dear Vandita, absolutely, the King McFee framework is not a requirement at all and students are free to use whatever framework or structure they find relevant to their study

Vandita Varjangbhay 22 June 2017 - 09:40

Dear Heather
Do they have a specific font size to work with? Our students are mostly working with font size- 10 or 12

Heather McReynolds 23 June 2017 - 15:03

12 point is recommended size Vandita

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