FINE ART FORM TWO NATIONAL ASSESSMENT (FTNA) FORMAT
016 FINE ART
This assessment format is a revised version of the Form Two National Assessment (FTNA) format issued by the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) in 2017.
The format is based on the Fine Art Syllabus for Ordinary Secondary Education of 2005.
Major changes that have been made in this format are the improvement of the assessment rubric and the inclusion of a table of specifications.
Apart from these improvements, there is no change in the assessment content.
2.0 GENERAL OBJECTIVES
The assessment will test the extent to which the students are able to:
<> acquire skills in drawing, painting and designing;
<> apply perspective in drawing;
<> apply the elements of pictorial composition in painting; and design posters using roman and other script letters.
3.0 GENERAL COMPETENCIES
The assessment will test students’ ability to:
3.0 make drawings, paintings and designing;
3.1 create various works of Fine Arts; and
3.2 produce works of Fine Arts by using traditional and modern technologies.
4.0 ASSESSMENT RUBRIC
There will be one (1) paper, which will take three (3) hours. The paper will consist of sections A and B with a total of four (4) structured questions.
Students will be required to answer a total of two (2) questions. The paper will weigh a total of 100 marks.
Section A will comprise two (2) questions from the Drawing topic. Each question will weigh 50 marks, and students will be required to answer one (1) question only. Therefore, the section will weigh 50 marks.
Section B will comprise two questions from the Painting and Designing topics. Each question will weigh 50 marks, and students will be required to answer one (1) question only.
Therefore, the section will weigh 50 marks. Note (a) (b) 5.0 The assessment checklist of samples of materials required for the assessment will be sent to schools not less than three months before the assessment date.
The 3 Hours Advance Instructions will be provided for preliminary arrangements and will be opened 3 hours before the beginning of the assessment.
5. ASSESSMENT CONTENTS
The following topics will be assessed: