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Media arts / Year 9 and 10

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Curriculum content descriptions

Produce and distribute media artworks for a range of community and institutional contexts and consider social, ethical and regulatory issues (ACAMAM077)

Elaborations
  • producing media artworks for safe posting on suitable social media sharing sites, taking account of ethical and legal responsibilities
  • Considering viewpoints – critical theories: For example – What are the social and ethical implications of a viral marketing campaign?
  • investigating the production context of a media artwork and producing the work within a specified budget and timeline
  • organising and curating a school media arts festival or exhibition
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • ICT capability Information and Communication Technology (ICT) capability
  • Ethical understanding Ethical understanding
ScOT terms

Social media,  Legal release,  Promotion (Marketing)

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Year level 9-10
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Learning area Arts
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Poster art

This is a compilation of three teaching sequences about posters as media art. It includes sections on the purpose and core elements of posters, the use of health campaigns to raise awareness of health issues, the use of public health posters to address health issues of the day, and different presentations of malaria health ...

Moving Image

The key to media's hidden codes: Ben Beaton

This is a video lesson about the codes, hidden messages and symbolism used in media content and the effects they produce. Prepared and narrated by educator Ben Beaton, the video describes what constitutes a code and identifies three broad types of code: symbolic, written and technical. Each code is further categorised into ...