An artefact can be a physical outcome such as a book or a short film or it can be a presentation to a specific audience, a play, it could be an event such as a fashion show or a musical evening. In fact there is almost no limit to what can constitute an artefact, as long as it has research at its core.
There are two types of EPQ project, as you may be aware, essay and artefact. With the essay type you write an essay on a question or hypothesis, with the artefact you create something. Whatever style you do it, if you're creating a manga you'd need to do an artefact-style project.
Level 3 Extended Project Qualification (7993) Our Extended Project Qualification (EPQ) specification has been updated for teaching from September 2020, with first assessment in May 2021. We have updated the specification to help you manage project qualifications in your school and ensure your students are prepared for their EPQ.
For my EPQ, I made a children book about climate change. I knew I wanted to do geog at Uni and wanted to put the impacts in a way that would be understood to a child. We need to next gen to understand it, because in this current political climate, its being ignored. With the artifact, you have.
There is a clear emphasis in AQA’s Extended Project Qualification on the realisation of an authentic product developed using skills appropriate to the project. This must be rewarded despite any lack of explicit recording in the log. We do not want the Production Log to become the main element of assessment — it’s completion requires a specific set of skills that are valuable but may not.
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The EPQ is a Level 3 course usually undertaken in year 12 or 13. The AQA exam board explains that it requires students to create a single piece of work, requiring a high degree of planning, preparation and autonomous working. The projects that students complete will differ by subject, but all will require persistence over time and research skills to explore a subject independently in real depth.Learn More
Meanwhile, the artefact project, like the essay, needs to be based around independent research skills: you will be graded more on the research-based elements of the project than the actual artefact itself. The Paperwork. Besides the production of the thing that you have chosen to work independently on, there are other parts of the EPQ. We alluded to these above. Whilst they are not perhaps.Learn More
The EPQ is assessed holistically as a whole project and a well recorded research journey is vital to achieving high marks. On the next page is a table showing the assessment objectives as a reminder that you must keep a record of the resources you use and the decisions you make. Please note your title cannot be signed off until you start the course in September but researching ahead of time.Learn More
The AQA exam board explains that it requires students to create a single piece of work, requiring a high degree of planning, preparation and autonomous working. The projects that students complete will differ by subject, but all will require persistence over time and research skills to explore a subject independently in real depth. Many students will choose to complete an extended essay (5,000.Learn More
Qualifications needed: Positive learning behaviours across all subjects in Year 12. Students will write a letter of application, proposing a broad area of study by Term 4 in Year 12. (updated May 2020) Course content: The EPQ is an opportunity for students to produce an extended piece of work of their own choice, with guidance from staff, which is assessed at school and then moderated by the.Learn More
Throughout the process, they are allocated a staff supervisor, with whom they meet once a week, as well as receiving input from the EPQ coordinator in their Taught Skills lessons. They must research, plan and execute either a 5,000 word academic essay or an artefact with an accompanying write up, such as a piece of art, a play or a musical composition. They then share their findings with a.Learn More
The EPQ is a popular qualification that compliments your subject driven A-levels, giving you the opportunity to investigate a topic of your choice. You can either write a 5000 word report or produce an artefact (e.g. video, music CD, performance, artwork, website, book, fashion item, robot). Students use the EPQ as an opportunity to develop their passion in an area of interest, to be creative.Learn More
What is the EPQ? The EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) is an increasingly popular additional qualification equivalent to half an A-Level (28 UCAS points). The course requires students to conduct their own independent research project culminating in a 5,000 word dissertation, investigation, artefact or performance. Students also submit a.Learn More
More Cranleighans are now receiving HE offers based on their EPQ. There are four different types of project that students can undertake; they may choose to write a dissertation, carry out an investigation, give a performance or create an artefact. The EPQ has become a fast growing option in schools, with over 40,000 entries in 2019.Learn More
EPQ stands for Extended Project Qualification. The EPQ is a level 3 course (like A levels) and is worth the equivalent of half an A level. The qualification requires students to create either a research-based written report or an artefact and research-based commentary, and to demonstrate clear and purposeful planning, preparation and independent work.Learn More
How to Write an EPQ essay (including lessons I’ve learned from writing my book) I often get emails from my blog readers asking me how to write an EPQ essay. It's a big project and can be quite daunting. However, I think this type of independent academic research is incredibly important in preparing you for the kind of work you'll be expected to do at university. Having just finished re.Learn More