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Resources for English and Media Studies at KS3, 4 and 5
Duality in Jekyll and Hyde
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Duality in Jekyll and Hyde

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This lesson is aimed at supporting the worksheets provided for helping pupils that may struggle to unpick this theme in the text.
The Media and the Corona virus
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The Media and the Corona virus

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This is a reflective Media lesson that introduces theorists while considering mass media communication during the pandemic. There are thought provoking activities for pupils to complete.
OCR A level English Language introductory lesson
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OCR A level English Language introductory lesson

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The lesson has support questions to aid pupils in understanding the requirements of each Assessment objective and the activities are a back to basic exploration of the steps in linguistics. There is also a taster task from OCR to get pupils clear on the expectations of the exam.
World Englishes research session
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World Englishes research session

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This lesson allows pupils to consider the different versions of English used in different parts of the world. David Crystal’s comments will be considered in this session.
Photography in Media
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Photography in Media

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This lesson focuses on teaching year 9 pupils to take good photos. It is an interactive lesson and should be delivered over a double lesson (2 hours) so pupils work can be uploaded and shared and discussed, allowing time to re-do shots. Pupils may use phones but digital slr camera’s would be best.
What does it mean to be powerful?
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What does it mean to be powerful?

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OCR A level English Language lesson on the basics of power through the use of language with an annotated example of the start of analysis of a text worth considering for evidence of power being demonstrated.
Sensationalism in Media
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Sensationalism in Media

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Pupils will be exposed to key terminology and various news reports linked to sensational news reporting that impact on an audience. They will be guided to consider Malcolm X’s comment about the Media’s power through the use of language. They will culminate with the creation of a visual resource for revision.
Language in Media
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Language in Media

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Pupils will be given a chance to consider their use of social media, some key terminology and create their own resource in keeping with not just AO3 but also AO5 requirements.
Language in Media (contd)
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Language in Media (contd)

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Pupils will consider linguistic levels, Stuart Hall’s Reception Theory, semiotics and how its all combined using language to inform and create an impact on an audience.
Lexis and semantics (contd.)
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Lexis and semantics (contd.)

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Lesson re-caps the introductory lesson, introduces ideas of Universal Grammar and the use of determiners. Lesson ends with an analytic task on use of language to create meaning.