Digital Technologies

Technological practice gives students scope to create digital artifacts that communicate road safety messages to a target audience. These units provide teachers with the basis for junior secondary and NCEA projects.

This unit aligns to the technological practice strand of the curriculum. Students interview stakeholders about knowledge of risks to safe road use, and then create a digital media presentation to increase audience awareness of responsible road use.

Lessons include brief writing, concept development, production and evaluation.

The presentation could be a movie, motion graphic, animation or presentation. 

Internal assessment resource for:

Achievement Standard 91073: Implement basic procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome.

Students produce an interactive graphic about road safety. It must incorporate original content, integrate at least two digital media types and use some content sourced from NZTA websites. This is a Quality Assured Assessment Material certified by NZQA.

  • Digital Technologies NCEA Level 1 - Road Safety Interactive Graphic