Graphics Communication is defined here as the practice of creating work to convey information, ideas and emotions through the use of graphic elements such as colour, icons, images, typography and photographs. Students learn to explore and develop their knowledge and understanding through the application of different techniques and processes, media in contemporary and past societies and cultures. Students will gain knowledge and experience of real world contexts and where appropriate, links to the creative industries.
GCSE Exam Board: OCR
For further information about the Graphic Communication Curriculum within a specific year group please select the corresponding Long Term Plan from the attachments section.
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