Statements of Learning

Statements of Learning (SOL)

The statement

Examples of relevant learning

SOL 4
The student creates and presents artistic works and appreciates the processes and skills involved.

 

The students consider all the processes and skills that contribute to creating a presentation. They learn how to critique their own work and the work of others. They are encouraged to innovate and show creativity through the process of producing an artistic performance.

SOL 23
The student brings an idea from conception to realisation.

Students work out a creative concept and decide how to bring it to fruition.

This entails engagement with a structured problem-solving process, such as how to paint a picture and incorporate it in an exhibition; how to make a film; how to mount a stage production or a musical presentation, moving through research, brain-storming, prioritising, practising, improving, presenting, recording, evaluating and reflecting.

Organising the final presentation teaches managerial [logistical/ financial], promotional [targeting and catering to an audience] and organisational skills.

SOL 1
The student communicates effectively using a variety of means in a range of contexts in L1.

Students develop communication skills in a variety of ways: through the oral communication, which characterises much of the on-going collaborative work; through the personal recording of a learning journey; through their on-going critical reflection on the art form encountered and/or by using various media to communicate key messages to target audiences.

SOL 20

The student uses appropriate technologies in meeting a design challenge

Students are encouraged to use digital technologies and a variety of media to support their work.