This 19-paged resource as a suitable tool for GCSE and A Level Media Studies for WJEC/Eduqas, Component 1: Exploring Media. The notes are primarily teacher-led and provides contextual analysis insights behind Pride Magazine’s coverlines to answer Audience, Industry, Representation and Media Language questions. These notes begin to answer many of the reasons why Pride was created and still exists. Contexts explored include Feminism, intersectionality, the Blaxploitation film genre, hair and beauty ideals/standards and Naomie Harris as ‘star’ and ‘celebrity’. Learning Objectives include the understanding of the social, historical, political and economic environments which produces a publication such as Pride. There is a focus on British aspects of context rather than African American. An extensive bibliography and further reading is provided (as pdf and word doc) Feedback about how you used this resource and how effective it was in delivering rounded lessons, would be very much appreciated.
This is a detailed list of features, articles, websites links to support an in-depth analysis of Pride Magazine. This can be used in conjunction with WJEC/Eduqas boards as well as other Media Studies disciplines.