Task / Hei Mahi

Stage 3 – Proposal and Presentation

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Based on your investigation, research and analysis, you must write a proposal document to address[3] the question/statement/issue[4]. This proposal should fall out of the discussion in your final report summary document.

A proposal is a succinct document which must include the following:

  • Game concept statement (overview of the game)
  • Target audience (who the game is for)
  • Requirements (the essential features that the game must have)
  • Specifications[1] (the list of features that the game should meet)
  • Resources[2] (list of the resources[2] that you will need[5], pc, software, graphics, etc.)
  • Bibliography (list of the references and sources of your information)

You will be required to also present an elevator pitch for your game. This will be a 1-3 minute presentation of your proposal for your game.

This will be a live presentation supported by your proposal document and a presentation.

Game Proposal Section

This should include:

  • Developer information – who is making the game
  • Overview – what the game is about and its scope[6]
  • Requirements – what the game must contain to be considered successful
  • Specifications – measurable criteria that relate to the requirements, these are used to set out what the game needs to have to meet the requirements
  • Resources – what you need to develop the game
  • Summary – a conclusion explaining how your proposal meets the findings of your inquiry
  • Key Dates – a list of key dates that you are to meet to have different sections of your game completed

Format of live presentation

  • 1-3 minutes
  • Focus is on the game you intend to make not your research / inquiry
  • Presentation should include:
    • A brief[7] description of your game
    • Overview
    • Requirements and Specifications
    • Resources
    • Particular challenges you anticipate
  • It is advised to include some visuals of what your game could look like and some to show where you have taken inspiration from.

There is a template for this attached to this page.

Terms definitions
2. Resources. Something (raw materials, time, personnel, information) used to help achieve an objective.
3. address. In the process of analysing and issue or implication or creating a solution to an issue addressing involves minimising the negatives consequences and maximising the benefits and any other considerations such as legal[11] and ethical implications.
4. issue. An issue in Technology refers to a specific subset of a context[12] that will enable students to identify a need or opportunity[8].
5. need. An identified requirement of a person, group, or environment[10]. A need is identified from an issue and sits within a context. Technological practice[9] can be undertaken in an attempt to meet an identified need.
Terms definitions
1. Specifications. Based on your investigation, research and analysis, you must write a proposal document to address the question/statement/issue. This proposal should fall out of the discussion in your final report summary document. A proposal is a succinct document which must include the following: Game concept statement (overview of the game)Target audience (who the game is for)Requirements […]
2. Resources. Based on your investigation, research and analysis, you must write a proposal document to address the question/statement/issue. This proposal should fall out of the discussion in your final report summary document. A proposal is a succinct document which must include the following: Game concept statement (overview of the game)Target audience (who the game is for)Requirements […]
3. address. Based on your investigation, research and analysis, you must write a proposal document to address the question/statement/issue. This proposal should fall out of the discussion in your final report summary document. A proposal is a succinct document which must include the following: Game concept statement (overview of the game)Target audience (who the game is for)Requirements […]
4. issue. Based on your investigation, research and analysis, you must write a proposal document to address the question/statement/issue. This proposal should fall out of the discussion in your final report summary document. A proposal is a succinct document which must include the following: Game concept statement (overview of the game)Target audience (who the game is for)Requirements […]
5. need. Based on your investigation, research and analysis, you must write a proposal document to address the question/statement/issue. This proposal should fall out of the discussion in your final report summary document. A proposal is a succinct document which must include the following: Game concept statement (overview of the game)Target audience (who the game is for)Requirements […]