Media Arts / Year 7 and 8 / Presenting and performing

Curriculum content descriptions

present media arts works, using responsible media practices and considering potential relationships the work could create with audiences (AC9AMA8P01)

  • distributing a media arts work designed to engage a specific audience and using appropriate rights and permissions to upload to an online space, such as a closed platform controlled by their school; for example, distributing a music video they have made for a specific audience
  • complying with copyright laws and respecting Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property rights when presenting media arts works; for example, obtaining permission to use cultural material that belongs to a collective or a cultural group rather than an individual
  • reflecting on how relationships develop between media arts makers and their audiences, or across cohorts within the audience group, when planning when and how to present a media arts work they have made to an audience
  • considering the impact of different audiences on the interpretation of and engagement with their media arts works; for example, presenting their media arts works in different contexts and evaluating the effectiveness of the response, such as using a school learning management platform to share work online with the school community, or sharing work at a fixed time and place such as a school exhibition
General capabilities
  • Ethical understanding Ethical understanding
  • Personal and social capability Personal and Social capability
ScOT terms

Legal release,  Audiences,  Media arts,  Cultural interaction


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