This achievement standard is based on watching videos and comparing them. It is split into three parts. Part 1 picking a feature film to examine it's main themes, Part 2 is identifying the significant film-making aspects, and Part 3 combines the first two parts in an essay. This counts towards literacy credits (and academic credits).
Unlike a ‘traditional’ exam, you won’t be sitting a test at the end of your learning. Instead, you will be able to work on the report over a period of time. It’s the digital equivalent of a research internal that you might do at school over 2-4 weeks; some is done in class and some is done at home. In the end, you submit the essay you've created.
This assessment is based on on the NZQA 91107 achievement standard (version 2) document.
Before taking English 2.10, LearnCoach recommends you should have passed some Level 1 english internals or externals. If you have not done this, some of the required skills for the internal may be unfamiliar to you and you may find it a challenge.
If you've sat a similar standard in the past that has now expired, you cannot get the same credits a second time. Check the 'Exclusions List' to see recently updated standards.