GRAPHICS - DESIGN and VISUAL COMMUNICATION 11F - Full Year

GRA11F
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mr D. Greenwood

Recommended Prior Learning

An interest in design and drawing. Completion of Year 10 Graphics is beneficial.


The Graphics - Design and Visual Communication course involves establishing core design and drawing knowledge and techniques, with a particular focus on three-dimensional design. Students will develop their skills in exploring and refining design ideas in response to a brief, using creative strategies and visual techniques to aid design thinking. The use of visual communication techniques includes freehand sketching, instrumental drawing, physical and digital modelling and presentation principles.

There are 2 major projects covering both product/furniture design and architecture based context.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

Students will achieve between 18-22 credits during the year standards will be selected depending on their interests and abilities.


Learning Areas:

Design, Graphics and Technology



Pathway

GRAPHICS - DESIGN and VISUAL COMMUNICATION 21F - Full Year