Results - this shows the progress of my marking and your progress in the English Communications course.
TASK
%
Working On
Submitted
Marking Status
Average /15
Photobook
6.7
Yes
Yes
6
11.8
Thriller Narrative
6.7
Yes
Yes
6
12.5
Persuasion
6.7
Yes
Yes
6
12.4
Application
15
Yes
Yes
6
12.3
Film Response
6.7
Yes
Yes
6
12.0
Drama Response
6.7
Yes
Yes
6
11.9
TP & WS
15
Yes
Yes
6
(included in mark
for short film)
Short Film
15
Yes
Yes
6
12.3
Picture Books
6.7
Yes
Yes
6
11.5
Magazine Ads
15
Yes
Yes
6
12.1
Stages of Marking:
1. Cooling off period. (Vital to gain the necessary objectivity.)
2. 1st read through - putting them in grade piles. (When the entertainment value / impressiveness of your work needs to shine.)
2a. Viewing of recordings if applicable. (How notes are used, props/costumes, eye contact, body language, voice variation, fluency and pronunciation.)
3. 2nd read through - putting them in order and deciding on marks. (When how well you've addressed the criteria needs to shine.)
4. Double checking highest and lowest with colleague. (Occasional.)
5. Third read through - making final decision on marks and writing comments. (When the 'nitty gritty' of your work matters.)
6. Done - result has been emailed via the assessment database.

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Highlighted tasks are externally marked, so the mark you received for this is a predicted mark only.

Grades:
A - 100 to 86.7
B - 86.6 to 66.7
C - 66.6 to 46.7
D - 46.6 to 26.7
E - 26.6 to 0

SACE Marking Scheme
A+ 15
A 14
A- 13
B+ 12
B 11
B- 10
C+ 9
C 8
C- 7
D+ 6
D 5
D- 4
E+ 3
E 2
E- 1