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Adobe Spark Video - A Student Guide

Adobe Spark Video - A Student Guide

Adobe Spark Video is a fantastic cross-curriculum tool for students creating short and informative video content. This step-by-step will support students through the process. Adobe Spark Video can be used for: Digital Storytelling Creating Revision Content Skills Videos Classroom presentations Adobe Spark is now free for all students. Take advantage of this great app by introducing to your students. with this guide. PDF guide downloadable as a high-quality, 4 page PDF.
tomcorney
Digital Storytelling - iPad ideas

Digital Storytelling - iPad ideas

This resource is aimed at teachers using iPads with students to provide ideas and inspiration for iPad activities in class. It’s suitable for all levels of digital skill, from new starters to experienced digital leaders. The first page provides information about the teaching concept (storytelling) and ideas for the different forms a digital story can take. The second page gives simple ideas to try out with suggested apps. We’ve linked iOS apps but the ideas are adaptable to non-iOS / BYOD digital classrooms too. We hope you’ll find some iPad teaching & learning inspiration here! About us: we’re developing a classroom app, Sparkjar, for use in iPad schools. We’ve made these free resources because we want to give something back to teachers whilst we raise the profile of Sparkjar. We hope you find them useful as part of your iPad teaching toolkit. There’s a link to our website in the resource - if you want to check us out, please do.
Sparkjarapp
Media And Advertisments

Media And Advertisments

This booklet looks closely at advertisments and how they are carefully constructed by companies by taking into consideration their target audiences, logos and brand names, fonts and colour, and mascots in addition to use of wording and making their product unique.
WillsonEducation
Tsotsi GCSE Film Studies Scheme of Work / Revision / Viewing Booklet

Tsotsi GCSE Film Studies Scheme of Work / Revision / Viewing Booklet

A comprehensive scheme of work with over 60+ pages of detailed information and activities, designed to support in teaching Tsotsi for WJEC/Eduqas GCSE Film Studies. This version comes with 2 PDF versions as well as editable versions in Word and Pages format. Written by an experienced examiner and consultant, this booklet on Tsotsi, directed by Gavin Hood in 2005, provides a huge range of activities. Some of the work includes: the context of South Africa, including details on apartheid, key facts and information on the making of the film, systems for keeping notes during watching with templates using the Cornell notes system. There are also in-depth details on key scenes, dozens of screenshots from the film as well as images from other relevant areas that have influenced the film. There are also dozens of activities for students including mock exam questions, comprehension questions on location, characters and more. PLUS: guidance on how to analyse scenes from the film using hexagaonal learning and summary sheets to help with revision. Key scene analysis include links to the specific scenes or extracts, hosted permanently on YouTube, so you don’t even need a copy of the film to complete some of the tasks-again, perfect for students to complete! Many of the tasks have also been designed to be peer or self-assessed and there is a wide variety of solo work, paired work or group work catered for, with each activity described in detail at the beginning of each task. This guide has been written so that it can be used in a variety of ways; print and use as a ready-to-go scheme of work in a booklet. Maybe give to students as a detailed homework that can be completed alongside your own classroom work. It also works great for revision, either with individual task printed or again, as a whole booklet. Try printing individual pages as starters or plenaries, or even using the tasks as engaging resources for lessons built around key ideas of your own. Your download will be a zip folder which contains 4 version of the same document, with no watermarks on any page. It also comes with Microsoft Word and Mac OSX versions so that you can edit and do as you like with it, as well as a high quality PDF version and a compressed PDF version that is a much smaller size. Designed to help in the delivery of GCSE Film Studies, this guide focuses on Component 2 Global Film. This guide focuses on the key aspects of Representation and film language, as per the Eduqas Specification. Many thanks for taking a look and for any future purchases!
iandoublem
Attack the Block GCSE Film Studies scheme of work

Attack the Block GCSE Film Studies scheme of work

Written by an experienced examiner and consultant, this booklet on Attack the Block, directed by Joe Cornish in 2008, provides a huge range of activities. Some of the work includes: the context of the production of the film, London, social housing, gang culture and the London Riots of 2011. Also includes key facts and information on the making of the film and systems for keeping notes during watching with templates using the Cornell notes system. There are also in-depth details on key scenes, dozens of screenshots from the film as well as images from other relevant areas that have influenced the film. You will also find a range of screenshots and screen grabs from other sci-fi films such as Blade Runner and Aliens. There are also screen shots from British films such as Harry Brown and A Clockwork Orange to aid and support the work on comparing film texts. The booklet also contains dozens of activities for students including mock exam questions, comprehension questions on location, characters and more. PLUS: guidance on how to analyse scenes from the film using hexagaonal learning and summary sheets to help with revision. Key scene analysis include links to the specific scenes or extracts, hosted permanently on YouTube, so you don’t even need a copy of the film to complete some of the tasks-again, perfect for students to complete! Many of the tasks included have also been designed to be peer or self assessed and there is a wide variety of solo work, paired work or group work catered for, with each activity described in detail at the beginning of each task. Your purchase will be for one zip file that contains Microsoft Word and Mac OSX versions so that you can edit and do as you like with, as well as unmarked PDFs ready for printing. This booklet has been written so that it can be used in a variety of ways; print and use as a ready-to-go scheme of work in a booklet. Maybe give to students as a detailed homework that can be completed alongside your own classroom work. It also works great for revision, either with individual task printed or again, as a whole booklet. Try printing individual pages as starters or plenaries, or even using the tasks as engaging resources for lessons built around key ideas of your own. This guide / ebook is designed to help in the delivery of GCSE Film Studies, focusing on Component 2 Global Film. This guide focuses on the key aspects of Film style / aesthetics as well as film language, as per the Eduqas Specification. Many thanks for taking a look and for any future purchases!
iandoublem
Bingoe - guess the film genre (spy films)

Bingoe - guess the film genre (spy films)

LO I can begin to explore some of the codes and conventions of genres of film (in this case spy films but they have to GUESS the genre) I have done four play boards - you can play in teams of make more boards
psychobabe
KS3 Media Art: BLOODHOUND SSC - Making Animations and Films  of a 1,000mph car  with CAD

KS3 Media Art: BLOODHOUND SSC - Making Animations and Films of a 1,000mph car with CAD

6 min 23 video: BLOODHOUND SSC animators (www.flocklondon.com) explain how they produce such exciting videos. The BLOODHOUND Project is not only about building a car to go 1,000mph, but it is also a perfect vehicle for education of STEM subjects. Over the life of this project we’ve been able to inspire over 2 million young people! For more activities, videos, resources and information on workshops visit, www.bloodhoundssc.com, or follow us on twitter: @Bloodhound_EDU.
Bloodhound_EDU
File Formats (Display)

File Formats (Display)

This resource is for use as a display. I have created full colour JPEGs with patterns to make them attractive which can be used as a display or as a flash card key word activity. There are three title cards (image, audio and video) & then the individual file formats as separate files. I tend to print and laminate them. Please leave a review!
1985lauraanne
Media Studies Camera Shot Types

Media Studies Camera Shot Types

Three helpful posters/help mats that demonstrate different types of camera shot sizes, shot angles and shot movement. Can be used as a help guide, display poster or revision aid.
mwatkinson
Media Key Words and Meaning - Interactive Glossary

Media Key Words and Meaning - Interactive Glossary

An interactive PowerPoint (PP) with an index page containing 132 key terms from the new AQA Media Studies (8572). Words and meaning taken directly from the new AQA specification. Each word/term on the index page can be clicked on. this will take your student to a slide within the glossary (PP) containing the official AQA meaning of the term. Each slide contains examples, explanations, pictures, audio or video content or links to helpful websites and explanations online. This is an extremely thorough resource that is best used independently by students as a way of learning the subject specific terminology. I have used this in lesson as a dictionary corner tool also, the idea being that you allow students to access the glossary if they are unsure of the meaning or during questioning times you appoint someone who checks the terms on behalf of the class. it is a kineasthetic, audio/visual, dual coded resource. Ways to use it are; For revision In lesson to discover the meaning of new terms as they are introduced For homeworks For posters/displays
mwatkinson
Heritage Heroes – class heritage project

Heritage Heroes – class heritage project

Take your class on an adventure of local heritage discovery. In 2017 we spent a year discovering and sharing Conwy’s food heritage. We’ve taken what we learned about the process and scaled it down to a class-sized project framework that’s perfect for learning and sharing about the heritage around you. Highlights: designed for learning about any type of heritage – natural, cultural or intangible written for Key Stage 2 and easily adaptable for use by Key Stage 3 available in English and Welsh, with delightfully terrible puns in both languages includes the web address of we are able to offer this resource for free thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund Ideal for teaching: local heritage history original research skills personal wellbeing community cohesion media creation skills graphic and/or exhibition design Contents: teacher’s notes (docx) pupil project guide (pdf) pupil project planner (pdf) release form for heritage collection (docx) project completion certificate (pdf)
Pogim
CIDA Unit 1 Fun And Easy Way To Teach Pupils How To Tackle The Unit 1 Exam Evaluation Task

CIDA Unit 1 Fun And Easy Way To Teach Pupils How To Tackle The Unit 1 Exam Evaluation Task

A starter to engage pupils with key terms they can use to evaluate their website create for the CIDA exam paper included above using the resources in the exam resources folder. Pupils then look at an evaluation example, evaluate their exam work before marking it using the examiner’s own criteria adapted into MS Word and identify areas for improvement and roughly what mark they would get if they sat the exam today before the teacher assesses their work.
stevejohnson12
Introduction to Media Studies ppt

Introduction to Media Studies ppt

A simple powerpoint introducing Media Studies. I created this for use in an assembly before options evening but can also be used in any classroom situation to sell the subject to students.
mattmccartney58
Photoshop Guide and Tutorial

Photoshop Guide and Tutorial

In this Photoshop guide in the style of a Comic Book, learn how to: • Understand the basic operation of a Nikon DSLR camera • Colour splash • Create mini planet effect • Double exposure • Image within text • Text portrait • Photoshop shortcuts
NolanUK
Image File Formats | Worksheet & Answers

Image File Formats | Worksheet & Answers

Do You Know Your Image Formats? Worksheet Description A simple worksheet for learning what situations might justify certain file types. Five real world scenarios are given for which the student has to choose the optimal file format and justify their choice. Contact If you need something custom, send me a message or email and I’ll aim to help you out. Also if this was helpful, leave a review to let others know.
Connorp6
10 Minute Bullying Play, High School ScreenPlay Version

10 Minute Bullying Play, High School ScreenPlay Version

****This is the High School ScreenPlay Adaptation***** This is a tried and tested Script, created for a after school drama club. It was performed and filmed by a mixture of Lower and Upper KS2 children and uploaded onto the school's website. It would be perfect for an ICT, Drama Club or PSHE project. It also highlights 'first days' and transition along with sibling and peer relationships. It has an appropriate ending to promote 'doing the right thing' and forgiveness I give permission for the names and genders to be changed to suit the group performing. Please leave a review to help others thinking of purchasing.
rosie_m
GCSE & A-LEVEL - Key Concept schems of work, intro units and Photoshop skills unit

GCSE & A-LEVEL - Key Concept schems of work, intro units and Photoshop skills unit

This is a collection of all four Key Concept schemes of work which comprehensively explore the knowledge and learning required for the latest Media Studies GCSE as outlined by AQA. In addition, two introductory schemes for GCSE and a scheme covering Photoshop (CS5) have been included. Each scheme is fully loaded with: - individual lesson power-points each with learning objective, success criteria, tasks, questions, extension activities and assessment opportunities - mark schemes and feedback system - terminology lists - assessment lessons
harmar85
GCSE and A-LEVEL - Four Full Schemes - Language, Audiences, Industries, Representation

GCSE and A-LEVEL - Four Full Schemes - Language, Audiences, Industries, Representation

This is a collection of all four Key Concept schemes of work which comprehensively explore the knowledge and learning required for the latest Media Studies GCSE and A-Level specifications as outlined by AQA. The GCSE schemes are tailored versions of the A-Level ones so contain some similar content. Each scheme is fully loaded with: - individual lesson power-points each with learning objective, success criteria, tasks, questions, extension activities and assessment opportunities - mark schemes and feedback system - terminology lists - assessment lessons
harmar85
GCSE - FOUR FULL SCHEMES - Language, Audiences, Industries, Representation

GCSE - FOUR FULL SCHEMES - Language, Audiences, Industries, Representation

This is a collection of all four Key Concept schemes of work which comprehensively explore the knowledge and learning required for the latest Media Studies GCSE as outlined by AQA. Each scheme is fully loaded with: - individual lesson power-points each with learning objective, success criteria, tasks, questions, extension activities and assessment opportunities - mark schemes and feedback system - terminology lists - assessment lessons
harmar85
MEDIA REPRESENTATION. FULL SCHEME GCSE. 20+ hours. Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology. Theory

MEDIA REPRESENTATION. FULL SCHEME GCSE. 20+ hours. Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology. Theory

NOTE - This is an altered version of my A-Level scheme of work. This scheme has levels as opposed to grades and has been redesigned to suit a GCSE cohort. Some of the more advanced theories have been removed and some of the tasks have been replaced with more suitable options for younger students. A fully loaded unit of work with enough content to last well over 15 hours in the classroom, including: - Individual Power-Point lessons with objectives, success criteria mapped to grades/levels, starter activity, main tasks with examples, plenary assessments, extension activities for further learning and extensive teachers notes - Comprehensive terminology list covering every element of the topic required by students - A variety of ‘in topic’ assessments to track progress and learning - Practical and written assessment activities for the end of the topic - A time saving and innovative ‘symbol marking’ feedback system - Home learning questions - Assessment mark sheet - Revision and practice lessons This scheme covers the topic of Media Representation as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification, but can just as easily serve any exam board and a variety of courses. There are extensive references to the academic theories relevant to Media Representation and detailed teachers notes on each slide to help your own understanding and delivery. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. “This is a massive time saver for any media teacher. All of the example texts are included so you don’t have to trudge around the internet looking for things. The theories are clearly and simply explained and the terminology list is a real bonus. I can’t tell you how many hours this has saved me, plus my students have begun to really engage with the lessons. I can’t thank you enough for this – well worth the money!” “The symbol marking feedback thing is great. I gave feedback to an entire class in 10 minutes within a lesson so didn’t have to take books home to mark. That alone was worththe money  Thanks you so much” Other schemes are available, or you can purchase individual lessons taken from each scheme.
harmar85
MEDIA INDUSTRIES FULL SCHEME GCSE. 15+ hours. Lesson Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology. Theory

MEDIA INDUSTRIES FULL SCHEME GCSE. 15+ hours. Lesson Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology. Theory

NOTE - This is an altered version of my A-Level scheme of work. This scheme has levels as opposed to grades and has been redesigned to suit a GCSE cohort. Some of the more advanced theories have been removed and some of the tasks have been replaced with more suitable options for younger students. A fully loaded unit of work with enough content to last well over 15 hours in the classroom, including: - Individual Power-Point lessons with objectives, success criteria mapped to grades/levels, starter activity, main tasks with examples, plenary assessments, extension activities for further learning and extensive teachers notes - Comprehensive terminology list covering every element of the topic required by students - A variety of ‘in topic’ assessments to track progress and learning - Practical and written assessment activities for the end of the topic - A time saving and innovative ‘symbol marking’ feedback system - Home learning questions - Assessment mark sheet - Revision and practice lessons This scheme covers the topic of Media Industries as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification, but can just as easily serve any exam board and a variety of courses. There are extensive references to the academic theories relevant to Media Industries and detailed teachers notes on each slide to help your own understanding and delivery. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. “This is a massive time saver for any media teacher. All of the example texts are included so you don’t have to trudge around the internet looking for things. The theories are clearly and simply explained and the terminology list is a real bonus. I can’t tell you how many hours this has saved me, plus my students have begun to really engage with the lessons. I can’t thank you enough for this – well worth the money!” “The symbol marking feedback thing is great. I gave feedback to an entire class in 10 minutes within a lesson so didn’t have to take books home to mark. That alone was worththe money  Thanks you so much” Other schemes are available, or you can purchase individual lessons taken from each scheme.
harmar85
MEDIA AUDIENCES FULL SCHEME GCSE. 20+ hours. Lesson Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology. Theory

MEDIA AUDIENCES FULL SCHEME GCSE. 20+ hours. Lesson Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology. Theory

NOTE - This is an altered version of my A-Level scheme of work. This scheme has levels as opposed to grades and has been redesigned to suit a GCSE cohort. Some of the more advanced theories have been removed and some of the tasks have been replaced with more suitable options for younger students. A fully loaded unit of work with enough content to last well over 20 hours in the classroom, including: - Individual Power-Point lessons with objectives, success criteria mapped to grades/levels, starter activity, main tasks with examples, plenary assessments, extension activities for further learning and extensive teachers notes - Comprehensive terminology list covering every element of the topic required by students - A variety of ‘in topic’ assessments to track progress and learning - Practical and written assessment activities for the end of the topic - A time saving and innovative ‘symbol marking’ feedback system - Home learning questions - Assessment mark sheet - Revision and practice lessons This scheme covers the topic of Media Audiences as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification, but can just as easily serve any exam board and a variety of courses. There are extensive references to the academic theories relevant to Media Audiences and detailed teachers notes on each slide to help your own understanding and delivery. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. “This is a massive time saver for any media teacher. All of the example texts are included so you don’t have to trudge around the internet looking for things. The theories are clearly and simply explained and the terminology list is a real bonus. I can’t tell you how many hours this has saved me, plus my students have begun to really engage with the lessons. I can’t thank you enough for this – well worth the money!” “The symbol marking feedback thing is great. I gave feedback to an entire class in 10 minutes within a lesson so didn’t have to take books home to mark. That alone was worththe money  Thanks you so much” Other schemes are available, or you can purchase individual lessons taken from each scheme.
harmar85
MEDIA LANGUAGE FULL SCHEME GCSE. 20+ hours. Lesson Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology. Theory

MEDIA LANGUAGE FULL SCHEME GCSE. 20+ hours. Lesson Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology. Theory

NOTE - This is an altered version of my A-Level scheme of work. This scheme has levels as opposed to grades and has been redesigned to suit a GCSE cohort. Some of the more advanced theories have been removed and some of the tasks have been replaced with more suitable options for younger students. A fully loaded unit of work with enough content to last well over 20 hours in the classroom, including: - Individual Power-Point lessons with objectives, success criteria mapped to grades/levels, starter activity, main tasks with examples, plenary assessments, extension activities for further learning and extensive teachers notes - Comprehensive terminology list covering every element of the topic required by students - A variety of ‘in topic’ assessments to track progress and learning - Practical and written assessment activities for the end of the topic - A time saving and innovative ‘symbol marking’ feedback system - Home learning questions - Assessment mark sheet - Revision and practice lessons This scheme covers the topic of Media Language as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification, but can just as easily serve any exam board and a variety of courses. There are extensive references to the academic theories relevant to Media Language and detailed teachers notes on each slide to help your own understanding and delivery. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. “This is a massive time saver for any media teacher. All of the example texts are included so you don’t have to trudge around the internet looking for things. The theories are clearly and simply explained and the terminology list is a real bonus. I can’t tell you how many hours this has saved me, plus my students have begun to really engage with the lessons. I can’t thank you enough for this – well worth the money!” “The symbol marking feedback thing is great. I gave feedback to an entire class in 10 minutes within a lesson so didn’t have to take books home to mark. That alone was worththe money  Thanks you so much” Other schemes are available, or you can purchase individual lessons taken from each scheme.
harmar85
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP (CS5) FULL SCHEME - Skills Lessons, Guides - Beginners and up - 20+ hours

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP (CS5) FULL SCHEME - Skills Lessons, Guides - Beginners and up - 20+ hours

This is s a full scheme of work designed to teach students how to use Adobe Photoshop (CS5). It is created for students with little to no prior knowledge of Photoshop and is good for absolute novices, through to those who wish to develop their skills. Perfect for GCSE, A-Level and BTEC. Examples and specific details relate to the CS5 version but should be easily adaptable for newer versions. The Scheme includes all the resources for each task, tutorials for extra practice, specific skills on blending, editing, fonts, image manipulation, spot removal, colour changing, adjustment layers, masking and much more.
harmar85
ADVERTISING & MARKETING - FULL SCHEME - GCSE. 10+ hours. Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology

ADVERTISING & MARKETING - FULL SCHEME - GCSE. 10+ hours. Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology

A full unit of work with enough content to last well over 10 hours in the classroom, including: - Individual Power-Point lessons with objectives, success criteria mapped to grades/levels, starter activity, main tasks with examples, plenary assessments, extension activities for further learning and teachers notes - A terminology list covering the topic - Practical and written assessment opportunities embedded within the topic - A time saving and innovative ‘symbol marking’ feedback system - Home learning questions - Assessment mark sheet This is another introductory scheme designed for delivery to Year 9 students or lower ability GCSE classes. Some of the content is very basic and there is no focus on terminology or theory. It covers an introduction to the media by exploring the advertising industry. Lessons cover ideas such as logos, slogans, branding and font choice. This is one of my more basic schemes of work. The other full schemes in my shop are more detailed and come fully loaded with assessment tasks and extra extension activities. This scheme is an introductory unit and avoids heavy terminology and theory. Please check out my other resources - I have created full, detailed schemes of work for A-Level, GCSE and BTEC courses. All of my resources are easily adaptable for other exam boards and courses. Feel free to contact me for further guidance, support or advice and don't forget to rate and review my resources.
harmar85
iMedia Revision: R081 Pre-Production Skills

iMedia Revision: R081 Pre-Production Skills

A workbook to help students revise and study for the iMedia R081 Examination. Includes: A checklist for students to manage their revision 45 Slides of content and activities 10 topics including: Storyboards, Mood boards, Spider-grams, Visualization Diagrams, Scripts, File Types, Health & Safety, Version Control, Legislation, Work Plans.
jamesgreenwood
INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA - FULL SCHEME - GCSE. 10+ hours. Lesson Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology

INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA - FULL SCHEME - GCSE. 10+ hours. Lesson Power-Points. Assessments. Terminology

A full unit of work with enough content to last well over 10 hours in the classroom, including: - Individual Power-Point lessons with objectives, success criteria mapped to grades/levels, starter activity, main tasks with examples, plenary assessments, extension activities for further learning and teachers notes - A terminology list covering the topic - Practical and written assessment opportunities embedded within the topic - A time saving and innovative ‘symbol marking’ feedback system - Home learning questions - Assessment mark sheet This introductory scheme is designed for delivery to Year 9 students or lower ability GCSE classes. It covers an introduction to the media by exploring a range of media texts, a brief history of media technologies and an overview of the three formats of media. This is one of my more basic schemes of work. The other full schemes in my shop are more detailed and come fully loaded with assessment tasks and extra extension activities. This scheme is an introductory unit and avoids heavy terminology and theory. Please check out my other resources - I have created full, detailed schemes of work for A-Level, GCSE and BTEC courses. All of my resources are easily adaptable for other exam boards and courses. Feel free to contact me for further guidance, support or advice and don't forget to rate and review my resources.
harmar85
Creative iMedia R081 Unit of work

Creative iMedia R081 Unit of work

24 lessons used to deliver the theory for Creative iMedia R081 (exam). After these lessons pupils will be in a position to practice past papers, revise and then set the live exam.
djmidgley
Media Language Typography

Media Language Typography

Title of lesson: Typography Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Typography. The learning journey: Can I outline Typography? , Can I apply Typography? Can I evaluate Typography? The lesson covers: Typography, Text style, Font, Typeface, Size, Leading, Tracking and Kerning, Justified, Hierarchy and Scale, Point, X-height, Set width, Vertical space, Narrow Kerning, Large Kerning, Left aligned, Right aligned, Centre aligned, Justified text, Headings, Sub-Headings, Colour, Spacing, Weight, Serif, Sans Serif, Script, Stem, Serifs, Bar, Curve, Continuous Curve, Aperture, Ear, Hairline, Diacritical, Loop, Tittle, Free Font Website. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 26 slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
MediaShop
Media Language Film Openings

Media Language Film Openings

Title of lesson: Film Openings Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Film Openings. The learning journey: Can I outline Film Openings?, Can I apply Film Openings?, Can I evaluate Film Openings? The lesson covers: Film openings, Film title sequence, Cold opening, Accompanying music, Scene of action, Opening credits, Opening titles, Tone, Film world, Audience, Stage, Genre, Characters, Themes Topics, Landscape, Title, Cast, Crew, Title only, Credits, Trend, Saul Bass, Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 15 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
MediaShop
Media Language Film Websites

Media Language Film Websites

Title of lesson: Film Website Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Film Website designs. The learning journey: Can I outline Film Website designs?, Can I apply Film Website designs?, Can I evaluate Film Website designs? The lesson covers: Denotation, Connotation, Media Products, Target Audience, Promotion, Advertising, Marketing strategies, Media Product, Title, Conventions, Big Bold, Clear, Actors, Genre, Colours, Brand, Genre, Typography, Style, Text, Images, Brand, Typography, Attention, Interest, Desire, Action, Plot, Iconography, Interest, Mainstream, Niche audience, Lasting appeal, Formats, Recognizability, Critical acclaim, Reviews, Tagline, Website, Homepage, Subpages, Responsive design, Minimalism, User-Friendly, Personalized use experience, Extraordinary content, Unique navigation, Blair Witch Project, Viral, Budget, Gross, Marketing campaign, Convention. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 21 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
MediaShop
Media Language Film Posters

Media Language Film Posters

Title of lesson: Film Poster Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Film Poster designs. The learning journey: Can I outline Film Poster designs? Can I apply Film Poster designs? Can I evaluate Film Poster designs? The lesson covers: Film Poster, Denotation, Connotation, Media Products, Target Audience, Promotion, Advertising, Marketing strategies, Media Product, Title, Conventions, Big Bold, Clear, Actors, Genre, Colours, Brand, Genre, Typography, Style, Text, Images, Brand, Typography, Attention, Interest, Desire, Action, Plot, Iconography, Interest, Mainstream, Niche audience, Lasting appeal, Formats, Recognizability, Critical acclaim, Reviews, Tag-line. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 18 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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Media Language Post Production Sound

Media Language Post Production Sound

Title of lesson: Post Production Sound Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Post Production Sound in film. The learning journey: Can I outline Post Production Sound? Can I apply Post Production Sound? Can I evaluate Post Production Sound? The lesson covers: Post Production Sound, Diegetic, Non-diegetic, Sound effects, Music, Spoken word, Dialogue, Pitch, Tempo, High-pitched sounds, Low-pitched sounds, Silence, Soundtracks, Composer, John Williams, Emotional responses, Overture for a movie, Foreshadow upcoming events, Build tension and suspense, Shape ethnic, cultural context, Voiceovers, Subtext, Randy Thom, Sound Designer. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 20 slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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Media Language Film  Post Production Editing

Media Language Film Post Production Editing

Title of lesson: Editing Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Editing in film. The learning journey: Can I outline Editing?, Can I apply Editing?, Can I evaluate Editing? The lesson covers: Film Editing, Film editor, Data manager, VFX supervisor, Colourist, Editor Assistants/trainees, Walter Murch, Emotion, Story, Rhythm, Eye trace, 2D plane of screen, 3D Space, Continuity Editing, Radical Subjective Continuity/ Dis-Continuity/Disjunctive editing, Classical Editing, Thematic or Montage editing, Soviet Montage theory, ‘The Kuleshov effect’, Sergei Eistenstien, Metric montage, Rythmic montage, Tonal montage, Over tonal montage, Intellectual or ideological montage. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question.  There is also a homework slide attached. 26 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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Media Language Cinematography Part 2:  Lighting

Media Language Cinematography Part 2: Lighting

Title of lesson: Cinematography Part 2 Lighting Tasks include a range of differentiated activities (with A* challenge), such as a do now, main activity, practice exam question, self/peer assessment task, homework task.  OUTSTANDING LESSON PRODUCED BY A PEARSON TEACHING AWARD SILVER MEDAL WINNER I taught the lesson in a 3 part series, but can equally be taught in 1 lesson or 2 depending on the ability of your students and the detail you wish to go into. This is part of a year long scheme of work that can be used for GCSE, AS or A Level Media Studies. This resource has and can be taught to year 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13’s. It has received very positive feedback from staff and students. This lesson: The learning objective: To define, apply and evaluate Cinematography lighting in film. The learning journey: Can I outline Lighting Cinematography?, Can I apply Lighting Cinematography?, Can I evaluate Lighting Cinematography? The lesson covers: Cinematography, Director of Photography, electric, Gaffer, Rigging Gaffer, Best Boy electric, Electricians/sparks, Brightness, Contrast, Colour, Focus, Depth of Field, Grain, Perspective, Quality of light, Look, High Key, Low Key, Mid Key, Silhouette, Golden Hour, Key light, Fill light, Back/Hair/Edge/Rim light. Students love it and make good progress and the progress steps are clearly defined. The final task is an example of a past paper exam question. There is also a homework slide attached. 23 Slide PowerPoint. More like 3 lessons in one! I strive to improve my resources so any feedback really appreciated. I hope you enjoy teaching this lesson as much as I did.
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