A fully comprehensive intro for year 9 Media students to prepare for video games unit in year 10. Covers theory,. audience, representation and industry.
This is not an original resource. I have taken the info from the OCR pack and reimagined in a way that is more accessible for students with some additions of my own.
An introduction the the TV Drama genre including a study of Stranger Things and Sherlock.
Using info provided by OCR plus additional tasks, this will cover video games component of the course.
Using the info from the exam board and bits of my own, I have created this as it’s all in one place!
An sow to cover advertising theories, media terms, the set texts for the exam and possible questions.
A unit of work/ information to aid study of Film Industry for MS4 with a focus on the recent Wonder Woman 2017 film. Should be used in conjunction with my other two units of work on I, Daniel Blake and La La Land.
For A level Media Studies: it contains information and tasks on: Text · genre · narrative · representation Industry · production · distribution (and exhibition where relevant) · marketing and promotion · global implications · relevant historical background Audience · audience/user targeting · audience/user positioning · audience responses and user interaction · debates about the relationship between audiences/users and text. Should be used in conjunction with my other two units of work on Wonder Woman and La La Land.
A full unit of work to cover all the key requirements for audience and industry for film texts. Should be used in conjunction with my other two units of work: Wonder Woman and I, Daniel Blake which are also on here.
This is an ideal lesson starter to the study of the novel Wuthering Heights. It provides a critical perspective of love and then several poems where students can discuss different interpretations.
Ideal for teaching those new to Media how to use terminology to deconstruct webpages.