Outcome Chart - Ontario - Media Arts 11 (Open)

Reflecting, Responding and Analysing

Overall Expectations:

Art, Society and Values

Specific Expectations:

Identify and describe the function of various types of art works (e.g., propaganda art, religious art, satirical works; works that focus on personal narrative or anthropological study) in past and present societies)

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Student Tutorial (Licensed Resource)

Overall Expectations:

Identity and Values

Specific Expectations:

Identify and explain ways in which media art works can influence community or societal values (e.g., explore a range of advertisements on television, in public spaces, and in print media, and explain how they influence the immediate community and society at large; explore the effects of community-based broadcasting on the maintaining of cultural identity in Aboriginal communities)

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Foundations

Overall Expectations:

Contexts and Influences

Specific Expectations:

Demonstrate an understanding of the history and development of a media arts tool, medium, or technology (e.g., create a video tracing the technological development of 2D animation from Eadweard Muybridge to the present; create a diagram tracing the history of audio technology; research and report on the history of performance media art)

Explain how sociocultural trends have contributed to the development of media arts (e.g., how the widespread use of technologies such as cellphones, MP3 players, or LED lights have led to new ways of creating and presenting media art works; how human rights movements have influenced the message, media, or modes of presentation in media arts)

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Overall Expectations:

Responsible Practices

Specific Expectations:

Explain key ethical and legal practices associated with media arts, particularly with respect to copyright laws, and apply these practices when creating media art works (e.g., obtain permission to sample photographs; use authorized sources when appropriating streaming video; show respect for cultural differences)

MediaSmarts Resources

Student Tutorial (Licensed Resource)

  • MyWorld: A digital literacy tutorial for secondary students