|Delivery Type||Delivery length / details|
|Practical||Production sessions (devising, rehearsal and presentation): 30 hours/week x 4 weeks = 120 contact hours|
|Assessment Type||Assessment length / details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment||Performance Contribution Note - The performance will be videoed for scrutiny by the external examiner and departmental records. Assessment of this assignment will include procedures of disaggregation 2 Days||50%|
|Semester Assessment||Portfolio Equivalent of 3,500 words. Evidencing process, contribution and critical reflection processes employed in creating and staging the performance and upon personal functioning in this process||50%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Performance Contribution Resit Assessment 1||50%|
|Supplementary Assessment||Portfolio Resit Assessment 2||50%|
On successful completion of this module students should be able to:
Demonstrate an ability to participate effectively in a structured production environment; demonstrate an ability to contribute productively to the creation of a collaboratively conceived performance work by identifying and implementing appropriate methodologies of making and compositional skills
Demonstrate an ability to analyze the collaborative and compositional working processes involved in performance making and situate these within a wider understanding of contemporary performance
Demonstrate an ability to reflect critically upon their own contribution to the process by employing appropriate modes of evaluating writing
The module introduces students to professional practices and procedures of production: approaches to conception, devising, composition and exposition in the public domain.
The module is delivered through an intensive 4-week making and rehearsal period, which is usually scheduled after the Easter period and the completion of TPM0430.
The rehearsal period involves 30 hours of rehearsals per week for a period of 4 weeks. This period culminates in the public performnace of the work at the end of Week 4.
The module introduces students to professional practices and procedures of production: approaches to concept, devising, composition and expositioin in the public domain. Following the performance, students are required to apply reflexive evaluation and articulation of the conceptiom, devising and composition and exposition of the work and their own personal contribution to it in the form of a critical commentary.
Individual contributions to the process will be continuously monitored by the production's facilitator (and in 10 sessions of observation of 1 hour by an additional member of staff if the production's facilitator is not a member of staff).
|Skills Type||Skills details|
|Application of Number|
|Communication||The ability to communicate ideas effectively is assessed directly through Assessment 1 and 2. Written communication is developed through Assessment 2.|
|Improving own Learning and Performance||Self-regulation, motivation and time-management skills are developed through the module and are demanded for the successful completion of its assignments. These skills are directly assessed through Assessment 1.|
|Personal Development and Career planning||Transferable skills (managing personal workloads and meetings deadlines, designing and realizing assessment project) are developed through the completion of Assessment tasks 1 and 2. Assessment task 1 provides students with an awareness of and skills in the creation and staging of performance work, which are regarded as being valuable preparation for their move into professional practice|
|Problem solving||Analytical problem solving, outcome recognition and the identification of appropriate strategies and procedures and encouraged and assessed through both assessments.|
|Research skills||Appropriate personal and collaborative research and the development of effective personal and collaborative research practices are encouraged and assessed through both assessments.|
|Subject Specific Skills||See QAA Dance, Drama and Performance Subject Benchmark Statement (Version 2007) The following subject specific skills are developed and partly assessed: 1. Reading the performance possibilities implied by a script, score and other textual or documentary sources 2. Realising a script, score and other textual or documentary soures in public performance 3. Engaging in performance and production, based on an acquisition and understanding of appropriate performance and production vocabularies, skills, structures and working methods. 4. Contributing to the production of performance and/or film and/or television, for example, through direction, choreography, dramaturgy, stage management, scenography, sound and lighting production, editing, promotion, administration and funding 5. Creating original work using the skills and crafts of performance making 6. Using performance techniques associated with particular cultural forms and/or practitioners|
|Team work||The application of skills necessary to conduct collaborative activity, such as negotiating ideas and opinions, are developed throughout the module and directly assessed through Assessment 1 and 2.|
This module is at CQFW Level 7