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Year 12 – Level 2 – Advanced

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Explaining Relevant Implications (Achievement)

You need[3] to describe[1] what the implication is and then given reasons proving why this is a relevant implication for your outcome[4].

Addressing relevant implications and end-user considerations (Merit)

This is where you explain[2] (give points and include details) how you will ensure[5] that your design[6] addresses (covers) the implication to ensure that it meets the requirements of the implication.

You also need to consider the end-user and what they need in the same way (this doesn’t count[7] as one of the three implications).

to do this you need to consider the positive and negative impacts of your outcome on the implication.

Then write a summary weighing up these points and demonstrating how you will or have minimised and negative aspects of the implication and included or enhanced any positive aspects of the implication.

For example with future proofing you could minimise a negative impact of a print media outcome by laminating the posters that are displayed on a wall as this would increase their longevity. A consequence of this is that they are less environmentally friendly.

Terms definitions
2. explain. Explain[2]” requires students to describe in detail the “what” and the “why”, in order to clarify information. This means to provide[14] reasons for, to account for, to provide a clear answer, to clarify. Logical reasons are provided.
3. need. An identified requirement of a person, group, or environment[12]. A need is identified from an issue[15] and sits within a context[16]. Technological practice[8] can be undertaken in an attempt to meet an identified need.
4. outcome. Products and systems developed through Technological Practice[8] for a specific purpose. A technological outcome is evaluated in terms of its fitness for purpose[9], and can be described by their physical and functional nature.
5. ensure. Check that something is there or included
Terms definitions
1. describe. Explaining Relevant Implications (Achievement) You need to describe what the implication is and then given reasons proving why this is a relevant implication for your outcome. Addressing relevant implications and end-user considerations (Merit) This is where you explain (give points and include details) how you will ensure that your design addresses (covers) the implication to […]
2. explain. Explaining Relevant Implications (Achievement) You need to describe what the implication is and then given reasons proving why this is a relevant implication for your outcome. Addressing relevant implications and end-user considerations (Merit) This is where you explain (give points and include details) how you will ensure that your design addresses (covers) the implication to […]
3. need. Explaining Relevant Implications (Achievement) You need to describe what the implication is and then given reasons proving why this is a relevant implication for your outcome. Addressing relevant implications and end-user considerations (Merit) This is where you explain (give points and include details) how you will ensure that your design addresses (covers) the implication to […]
4. outcome. Explaining Relevant Implications (Achievement) You need to describe what the implication is and then given reasons proving why this is a relevant implication for your outcome. Addressing relevant implications and end-user considerations (Merit) This is where you explain (give points and include details) how you will ensure that your design addresses (covers) the implication to […]
5. ensure. Explaining Relevant Implications (Achievement) You need to describe what the implication is and then given reasons proving why this is a relevant implication for your outcome. Addressing relevant implications and end-user considerations (Merit) This is where you explain (give points and include details) how you will ensure that your design addresses (covers) the implication to […]