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Until recently, Maria and Caroline taught in a well known 6th Form College in Cambridge. Our resources are high quality, well designed and don't just reproduce information that is already freely available. We provide activities to keep your students busy and turn them into independent thinkers.

Until recently, Maria and Caroline taught in a well known 6th Form College in Cambridge. Our resources are high quality, well designed and don't just reproduce information that is already freely available. We provide activities to keep your students busy and turn them into independent thinkers.
Media Studies Super.Human. Tokyo 2020 Powerpoint bundle
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Media Studies Super.Human. Tokyo 2020 Powerpoint bundle

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Three (possibly more) lesson bundle. Lots of analysis, independent research and presentation opportunities for students. This does not reproduce information for the Eduqas website and asks students to think more widely around the subject of advertising.
Studying Sunrise - A Level Film Studies
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Studying Sunrise - A Level Film Studies

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A booklet designed especially for A Level Film Studies students who are looking at Film History. Over 50 pages of information and activities based on F.W.Murnau’s film Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans. Key scenes, sample writing and critical soundbites relevant to your Film exams. Print at home or view on your tablet or e-reader. Please do not photocopy this resource.
Teacher/student booklet on Eat Me by Patience Agbabi
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Teacher/student booklet on Eat Me by Patience Agbabi

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8 page booklet featuring teacher notes and a selection of student worksheets based on the poem ‘Eat Me’ by Patience Agbabi from the ‘Poems of the Decade’ anthology. Contains ideas for tackling unseen poetry, sample essay writing, extension tasks and notes for teachers to support you through the delivery of this poem. Use with our ‘Eat Me’ video Fully photocopiable and shareable within your institution.
Media Studies Super.Human. Tokyo 2020 ppt two
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Media Studies Super.Human. Tokyo 2020 ppt two

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A powerpoint following on from the introductory one. There is re-cap of previous lesson plus some research on Channel 4 and using a true or false sheet to test knowledge. Students then start analysing the advert in more detail following the stories of certain paralympians. True or False sheet comes as an extra resource with this powerpoint.
Media Studies Super.Human.Tokyo 2022 Introductory powerpoint
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Media Studies Super.Human.Tokyo 2022 Introductory powerpoint

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Introductory powerpoint and teacher notes for EDUQAS set text: Super.Human. Tokyo 2020. The powerpoint asks students to consider different types of advertising and ways in which adverts persuade us. There is a brief viewing of the set text and some introductory questions then a simulation activity. This is the first in a series of lessons.
Beginner's Guide to German Expressionism
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Beginner's Guide to German Expressionism

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A double sided handout introducing the key elements of German Expressionism. With information on key films, directors and essential history. Print out at the required size and use for classroom display. Download to your phone/e reader or print at home. A photocopiable resource for teachers to share within their institutions.
Beginner's Guide to Music Video
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Beginner's Guide to Music Video

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A double sided handout introducing the key elements of Music Video. With information on key theory, essential history and video examples. Excellent as a quick reference guide for students. Download to your phone/e reader or print at home. Print out at any size and use as display material. A photocopiable resource for teachers to share within their institutions.
Understanding The Archers- GCSE Media Studies
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Understanding The Archers- GCSE Media Studies

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Designed for Media Studies students who are studying The Archers as part of their course. 15 pages of information and activities based on The Archers including industrial, social and historical context. Key terms, facts, sample writing – everything you need for this part of your Media exam. Print at home or read on your tablet or e-reader. Please do not photocopy this resource
Beginner's Guide to:  Waiting for Godot
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Beginner's Guide to: Waiting for Godot

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A double sided handout introducing key ideas about Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett. With information on characters, settings and essential context. Download to your phone/e reader or print at home. A photocopiable resource for teachers to share within their institutions.
OCR Film Studies - Stories We Tell revision powerpoint
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OCR Film Studies - Stories We Tell revision powerpoint

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A revision powerpoint starting with a Kahoot to test student knowledge of key ideas. Also included are some film stills for analysis and a link to our ‘5 Frames from Stories We Tell’ Youtube video. Then there is some sample essay writing for discussion and to act as scaffolding for students writing their own essays.
Beginner's Guide to Performance in Film
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Beginner's Guide to Performance in Film

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A double sided handout on this difficult area of Film Studies analysis. Including information on acting techniques and performance styles plus ideas about what to focus on when studying key scenes. Download and print out or share on your school intranet. Print out at any size for classroom display.
Beginner's Guide to Nick Broomfield
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Beginner's Guide to Nick Broomfield

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A two page guide to Nick Broomfield’s documentary making approach. With a selected filmography, information about his style and a discussion of how truthful his documentaries are. Download to your phone/e reader or print at home. Print at any size to use for classroom display. A photocopiable resource for teachers to share within their institutions.
Film Studies - District 9 starter activity
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Film Studies - District 9 starter activity

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A series of true or false statements about District 9. Students discuss their answers. Statements encourage debate - many could be both true and false. Can be used as a starter activity. Teacher answer sheet also included.
Macbeth - Comparing Holinshed with Shakespeare
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Macbeth - Comparing Holinshed with Shakespeare

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A powerpoint looking at the context of Macbeth, in particular the source material - Holinshed’s Chronicles. Students compare the two texts and consider how to write about key moments and key characters. There is some sample writing for students to use as a model.
Film Studies - An introduction to L'Age D'or
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Film Studies - An introduction to L'Age D'or

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A powerpoint with introductory activities before screening L’Age D’or. Intended to be used after students have already studied Un Chien Andalou and have some knowledge of surrealism. Contains basic information about the film and some discussion tasks.
Film Studies - Mise-en-scene in Un Chien Andalou
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Film Studies - Mise-en-scene in Un Chien Andalou

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Focus on mise-en-scene with this powerpoint. A selection of stills are presented for class analysis. There is the opportunity to consider an exam style question. The lesson starts with a link to an existing kahoot (not written by me) which gets students revising surrealism.
Media Studies Super.Human. True or False activity
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Media Studies Super.Human. True or False activity

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An activity based on the EDUQAS set text Super.Human.Tokyo.2020. Can be used as a starter activity or to check understanding. Students will need some knowledge of Channel 4 and The Paralympics. Activity sheet and not sheet for teachers.
Beginner's Guide to Film Documentary
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Beginner's Guide to Film Documentary

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A double sided handout introducing the key elements of Film Documentary. With information on key films, directors and essential history. Excellent introduction to documentary modes, audience response and John Grierson and DA Pennebaker. Download to your phone/e reader or print at home. Print out at any size and use as display material. A photocopiable resource for teachers to share within their institutions.