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987media provides clear, consistent and scaffolded schemes of work, lessons and resources to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in the reformed Media Studies and Film Studies specifications (from first teaching 2017). We provide resources for: ⠂GCSE Media Studies ⠂A-Level Media Studies ⠂A-Level Film Studies

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987media provides clear, consistent and scaffolded schemes of work, lessons and resources to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in the reformed Media Studies and Film Studies specifications (from first teaching 2017). We provide resources for: ⠂GCSE Media Studies ⠂A-Level Media Studies ⠂A-Level Film Studies
Identity - David Gauntlett (representation theory #2)
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Identity - David Gauntlett (representation theory #2)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of David Gauntlett's Identity theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Gauntlett himself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks linked to 'pick and mix' identities, YouTubers, and active audience engagement. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
Feminist theory - Liesbet van Zoonen (representation theory #3)
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Feminist theory - Liesbet van Zoonen (representation theory #3)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of Liesbet van Zoonen's Feminist theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from van Zoonen herself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks linked to patriarchy, objectification, voyeurism and constructions of the fragmented body. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
9-1 GCSE Media Studies Key Concepts lesson 4: Genre and Conventions
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9-1 GCSE Media Studies Key Concepts lesson 4: Genre and Conventions

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This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). Lesson 4 is an introduction to genre (including sub-genres, hybrid genres, the concept of repetition and variation etc.) and identifying conventions in film genres and film posters. SET TEXTS REFERRED TO THIS LESSON: The Sun, The Guardian. The seven-week SoW this lesson is part of introduces learners to the theoretical framework and all the key concepts identified in the Eduqas specification. These are to be applied to the set texts that are expected to be covered as part of the reformed 9-1 GCSE in Media Studies. 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their GCSE Media Studies course.
Gender Performitivity - Judith Butler (representation theory #5)
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Gender Performitivity - Judith Butler (representation theory #5)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of Judith Butler's Gender Performativity theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Butler herself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on social constructionism, gender as performance and causing 'gender trouble'. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
Reception theory - Stuart Hall (audience theory #3)
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Reception theory - Stuart Hall (audience theory #3)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of Stuart Hall's Reception theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Hall himself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on the encoding/decoding model and applying reception theory to historical vs. contemporary audiences. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
Fandom theory - Henry Jenkins (audience theory #4)
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Fandom theory - Henry Jenkins (audience theory #4)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals ofHenry Jenkins' Fandom theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Jankins himself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on 'textual poachers', the five levels of activity demonstrated in fandom and a research task on applying five key Jenkins quotations to online media products. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
9-1 GCSE Media Studies Contexts lesson 1 (introduction to key terms)
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9-1 GCSE Media Studies Contexts lesson 1 (introduction to key terms)

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This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). Lesson 1 engages students with a ‘what era is this from?’ quiz before going on to define historical, social and cultural contexts in turn. Students then undertake written tasks involving the application of key contextual information to an analysis of the 1954 Quality Street set text. SET TEXTS REFERRED TO THIS LESSON: Quality Street The ‘Contexts’ SoW this lesson is part of explores all of the contexts identified for study in the Eduqas specification (1950s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and contemporary). There is continual reference to a number of set texts that are expected to be covered as part of the reformed 9-1 GCSE in Media Studies, with a primary focus on advertising. As well as examining historical, social, cultural and political contexts, by undertaking this scheme students will develop their understanding of the key concept of ideology and how to identify messages embedded within a variety of media products. 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their GCSE Media Studies course.
Cultural Industries - David Hesmondhalgh (media industries theory #3)
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Cultural Industries - David Hesmondhalgh (media industries theory #3)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of David Hesmondhalgh's Cultural Industries theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Hesmondhalgh himself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on the four stages of production, synergy, vertical and horizontal integration, cross-media convergence and 360 degree marketing. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
Power and Media Industries - Curran and Seaton (media industries theory #1)
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Power and Media Industries - Curran and Seaton (media industries theory #1)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of Curran and Seaton's Power and Media Industries theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Curran and Seaton themselves, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on conglomerates and subsidiaries, monopoly, public service broadcasting, independent producers and a diverse media landscape. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
Cultivation theory - George Gerbner (audience theory #2)
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Cultivation theory - George Gerbner (audience theory #2)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of George Gerbner's Cultivation theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Gerbner himself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on newspapers and dominant image patterns, power and ideology (including Gerbner's "Three B's") and students actually taking some of Gerbner's tests from the 1980s! *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
'End of Audience' theory - Clay Shirky (audience theory #5)
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'End of Audience' theory - Clay Shirky (audience theory #5)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of Clay Shirky's 'End of Audience' theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Shirky himself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on technological convergence, recent changes in audience consumption, online editions of newspapers, prosumers, Assassins Creed III: Liberation interactive gameplay and Shirky's case study of lolcats and 'You can play this game too'. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
Regulation - Livingstone and Lunt (media industries theory #2)
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Regulation - Livingstone and Lunt (media industries theory #2)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of Livingstone and Lunt's Regulation theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Livingstone and Lunt themselves, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on Ofcom, citizens vs. consumers, press regulation, and the impact of technological convergence and 'prosumers' on modern media regulation. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
Postmodernism - Jean Baudrillard (media language theory #5)
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Postmodernism - Jean Baudrillard (media language theory #5)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of Jean Baudrillard's Postmodernism theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Baudrillard himself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks where students apply the concepts of simulacra and hyperreality to a range of media products. This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS*
Ethnicity and Postcolonial theory - Paul Gilroy (representation theory #6)
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Ethnicity and Postcolonial theory - Paul Gilroy (representation theory #6)

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This lesson explores the fundamentals of Paul Gilroy's Ethnicity and Postcolonial theory, as covered in the Eduqas A-Level specification. Includes quotations from Gilroy himself, definitions of key terms and engaging tasks on ethnocentricity (including challenging ethnocentricity) and the postcolonial West. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Media Studies course.
9-1 GCSE Media Studies Print Analysis lesson 3 (The Sun, newspaper industry and regulation- C1 SB)
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9-1 GCSE Media Studies Print Analysis lesson 3 (The Sun, newspaper industry and regulation- C1 SB)

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This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). Lesson 3 examines the role of IPSO in press regulation and provides learners with a factsheet and task relating The IPSO Editors Code. The lesson culminates in a mock Component 1 Section B exam paper relating to all of this key newspaper industry information and the issues/debates which surround it. SET TEXTS REFERRED TO THIS LESSON: The Sun *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* The ‘Print Products’ SoW this lesson is part of develops learners' ability to analyse any print product, whether set or unseen, through using a memorable, repeatable, detailed and specific approach to analysis. There is continual reference to a number of set texts that are expected to be covered as part of the reformed 9-1 GCSE in Media Studies. As well as exploring the conventions, media language, representations and ideologies embedded within print products, learners will develop their understanding of the key concept of regulation including how and why industries are regulated in the UK (linking to the Component 1 Section B exam paper). 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their GCSE Media Studies course.
9-1 GCSE Media Studies Contexts lesson 5 (writing an exam-style response)
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9-1 GCSE Media Studies Contexts lesson 5 (writing an exam-style response)

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This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). Lesson 5 contains a brief recap quiz on the key terms introduced so far relating to contexts. Then, through 987media mock-ups of potential Component 1 Section A exam pages, students are introduced to the format of, and expectations of, assessed analytical writing relating to contexts. After completing two 5-mark 5-minute exam answers, students then peer-assess each other's work using a student-friendly marking criteria worksheet. SET TEXTS REFERRED TO THIS LESSON: Quality Street, The Man with the Golden Gun. The ‘Contexts’ SoW this lesson is part of explores all of the contexts identified for study in the Eduqas specification (1950s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and contemporary). There is continual reference to a number of set texts that are expected to be covered as part of the reformed 9-1 GCSE in Media Studies, with a primary focus on advertising. As well as examining historical, social, cultural and political contexts, by undertaking this scheme students will develop their understanding of the key concept of ideology and how to identify messages embedded within a variety of media products. 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their GCSE Media Studies course.
9-1 GCSE Media Studies Key Concepts lesson 7: Representation and Stereotypes
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9-1 GCSE Media Studies Key Concepts lesson 7: Representation and Stereotypes

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This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the Eduqas specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards (OCR, AQA, WJEC, Edexcel). Lesson 7 explores the concept of representation and stereotyping in both print and moving image texts. Includes an exam-style question relating to the representations of age and gender in 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' which is then peer-assessed. The seven-week SoW this lesson is part of introduces learners to the theoretical framework and all the key concepts identified in the Eduqas specification. These are to be applied to the set texts that are expected to be covered as part of the reformed 9-1 GCSE in Media Studies. 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their GCSE Media Studies course.
Quotes from Danny Boyle that can be applied to an analysis of Trainspotting (1996)
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Quotes from Danny Boyle that can be applied to an analysis of Trainspotting (1996)

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This resource contains a selection of quotations from the filmmaker Danny Boyle regarding his intentions for 'Trainspotting'. This help sheet can be used as part of an analysis into the narrative and ideology of 'Trainspotting'. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the reformed Eduqas A-Level Film Studies specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards or qualification types. 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Film Studies course.
Trainspotting (1996) Key Terminology list help sheet (A-Level Film Studies Component 1 Section C)
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Trainspotting (1996) Key Terminology list help sheet (A-Level Film Studies Component 1 Section C)

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This help sheet contains an extensive range of key terminology that might apply to any question students are asked regarding Danny Boyle’s Trainspotting in the ‘British film since 1995’ two film study (Component 1 Section C). The process of then adding these terms into a PEA structure is useful when revising or practicing set questions as it helps students structure their response and ensures they are using key terminology. *N.B. FORMATTING MAY APPEAR INCORRECT IN TES IMAGE PREVIEWS* This lesson is part of a complete suite of resources for the reformed Eduqas A-Level Film Studies specification, but can easily be adapted to fit other exam boards or qualification types. 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their A-Level Film Studies course.
Eduqas GCSE Media Studies (9-1) 2-year course structure
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Eduqas GCSE Media Studies (9-1) 2-year course structure

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This innovative 2 year course structure approaches the content of the Educas 9-1 GCSE Media Studies specification in a thematic and conceptual way, rather than the method employed by the Eduqas examples or many others made by teachers which structure half-termly teaching and learning by exam component. Each set text from the Eduqas spec is referred to in detail 5-6 times throughout our course structure, instead of in just one half term like many other approaches. This thematic, conceptual approach and 'little and often' way of teaching ensures students gain transferable skills and a deeper understanding of the theoretical framework that they can apply to all set texts, rather than relying on rote learning of facts and analysis pertaining to each on an individual basis (as has the potential to happen by following the other course structures mentioned above). Individual lessons, resources and SoW bundles relating to the innovative 987media approach are being added to TES all the time and are available from our shop. 987media resources are clear, consistent and scaffolded to give learners the best opportunity to achieve highly in their GCSE Media Studies course.