EMP Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate the ability to rigorously apply specialist knowledge, understanding and creativity in the production of your extended major project.
I rigorously applied myself using my specialist knowledge, understanding and creativity to this project and this can be seen in the finished piece of work, how we developed our ideas of how the characters act and react on screen to the situations we put them in. This can be seen in Luke’s character as we started out with Luke been some what of a alcoholic, a party goer. Who always had a can of beer in his hands, but this soon changed to a juice box as we felt it just some what added more to the character and having a juice box we felt was funnier and made the character more distinctive. Idea’s like these were developed though a understand of the Misfit and The man of the house in the world of TV and given them a unique twist.
Demonstrate the ability to manage the complexity of practice demanded by the extended major project by managing your time and work efficiently.
We managed our time efficiently between the various areas of the production and this can be seen because we have a piece which is finished to a high standard an we never had to rush in any of the area’s of the production.
Demonstrate ability in the coherent use of various representation techniques, documentation and presentations to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
We have demonstrated a coherent use of various representation techniques, documentation and presentations to our audiences both specialist and non-specialist by really thinking about what our unique selling point and who our audience is.
Demonstrate your awareness of the ethical, social and cultural issues appropriate to the concept of a responsible professional practitioner, whether working independently or as part of a team.
We demonstrate our awareness of the ethical, social and cultural issues by using meta referencing, and use of rather ‘Blue’ themes and realism in characters for example Paul’s homophobia and lack of moral’s and understanding similar to Louie De Palma, Danny DeVito’s character in the 1978 TV series ‘Taxi’ and we laugh at him not with him.