Sara G, Process Portfolio, HL

IB Visual Arts: Sara G, Process Portfolio, HL

This is a good example of how a student was able to use her scanned journal pages even where the writing wasn"t very legible, and then simply add text to clarify the content. This way she is able to keep the journal pages as they are and summarize the important points. This system works well for a student who favours a handmade approach and prefers working primarily in the visual journal rather than compiling digital...


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Comments 2

Heba Yosri 8 January 2017 - 05:38

Hi Heather,
Should the PP pages be in a logical order or the student can choose them randomly?

Heather McReynolds 8 January 2017 - 16:53

Heba, there is no specification for the order of pages but it helps the examiner to see a logical progression


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