A-Level and GCSE Theoretical Framework

A-Level and GCSE Theoretical Framework

14 Full Schemes of work covering the theoretical side of media studies from Year 9 through to Year 13. -Marketing and Advertising -How to use Photoshop -Video Editing -Media Language -Media Audiences -Media Industries -Representations in the Media -Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts Plus more A-level and GCSE versions of the Key Concepts with differentiated content and levels. Each scheme comes fully loaded with terminology lists, assessment mark schemes, around 12 lessons per scheme plus extension tasks and extensive teacher notes. Everything you need to deliver the academic side of media studies. These can be used for any course but have been made with the AQA specifications in mind. The only thing missing is board specific content on coursework and exams.
harmar85
A-Level Media Full Schemes

A-Level Media Full Schemes

Seven full schemes of work including over 60 individual lessons. With Extension activities included this could last at least 120 teaching hours. Each scheme is fully loaded with assessments, terminology lists, home learning questions, innovative symbol feedback systems and more. Extensive teacher notes, tasks, examples and everything else you need to deliver an A-Level in media studies. The content covers the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA (but also suitable for other exam boards) as well as practical units on Photoshop.
harmar85
GCSE - Four Full Schemes of Work - Media Studies

GCSE - Four Full Schemes of Work - Media Studies

Four full schemes of work with over 35 lessons (each with extension activities). These have been adapted from my A-Level resources to suit younger years. If you have bought the A-Level lessons then you don't need these as you could make the changes yourself. Each scheme contains assessment mark sheets, terminology lists, symbol feedback system and individual Power-Point lessons (with objectives and success criteria). I deliver these schemes in Year 10. In Year 9 I deliver my 'Pre-GCSE' and 'Photoshop' Schemes. In Year 11 we tackle the course specific content such as coursework and exam practice.
harmar85
FULL SCHEME - Media Industries – GCSE

FULL SCHEME - Media Industries – GCSE

This scheme covers the topic of Media Industries as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification. This can easily be adapted for other exam boards and media courses. PLEASE NOTE – these lessons have been adapted from my A-Level resources. If you have already purchased those then you may not want to buy these. These lessons have mostly the same content, however they have had their levels adapted for GCSE and some of the info has been removed to make them more suitable for younger years. If you have purchased the A-level lessons you could make these changes yourself. If you teach both A-level and GCSE then I strongly recommend you buy the A-level lessons as they contain more information and extra lessons. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is the entire scheme collated with extras. I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last approximately 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. These schemes have been organised to be delivered in the following order: • Media Language • Media Audiences • Media Industries • Representations and the Media There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
FULL SCHEME - Media Audiences – GCSE

FULL SCHEME - Media Audiences – GCSE

This scheme covers the topic of Media Audiences as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification. This can easily be adapted for other exam boards and media courses. PLEASE NOTE – these lessons have been adapted from my A-Level resources. If you have already purchased those then you may not want to buy these. These lessons have mostly the same content, however they have had their levels adapted for GCSE and some of the info has been removed to make them more suitable for younger years. If you have purchased the A-level lessons you could make these changes yourself. If you teach both A-level and GCSE then I strongly recommend you buy the A-level lessons as they contain more information and extra lessons. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is the entire scheme collated with extras. I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last approximately 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. These schemes have been organised to be delivered in the following order: • Media Language • Media Audiences • Media Industries • Representations and the Media There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
FULL SCHEME - Media Language – GCSE

FULL SCHEME - Media Language – GCSE

This scheme covers the topic of Media Language as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification. This can easily be adapted for other exam boards and media courses. PLEASE NOTE – these lessons have been adapted from my A-Level resources. If you have already purchased those then you may not want to buy these. These lessons have mostly the same content, however they have had their levels adapted for GCSE and some of the info has been removed to make them more suitable for younger years. If you have purchased the A-level lessons you could make these changes yourself. If you teach both A-level and GCSE then I strongly recommend you buy the A-level lessons as they contain more information and extra lessons. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is the entire scheme collated with extras. I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last approximately 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. These schemes have been organised to be delivered in the following order: • Media Language • Media Audiences • Media Industries • Representations and the Media There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
FULL SCHEME - Representations in the Media – GCSE

FULL SCHEME - Representations in the Media – GCSE

This scheme covers the topic of Representations in the Media as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification. This can easily be adapted for other exam boards and media courses. PLEASE NOTE – these lessons have been adapted from my A-Level resources. If you have already purchased those then you may not want to buy these. These lessons have mostly the same content, however they have had their levels adapted for GCSE and some of the info has been removed to make them more suitable for younger years. If you have purchased the A-level lessons you could make these changes yourself. If you teach both A-level and GCSE then I strongly recommend you buy the A-level lessons as they contain more information and extra lessons. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is the entire scheme collated with extras. I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last approximately 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. These schemes have been organised to be delivered in the following order: • Media Language • Media Audiences • Media Industries • Representations and the Media There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Practical Media Skills - Photoshop and Video Editing - Adobe Software

Practical Media Skills - Photoshop and Video Editing - Adobe Software

Two full schemes of work designed to take students through the basic knowledge and skills required to use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere Pro. Plus an introductory scheme of work for media studies GCSE - easily adaptable for other groups. Each scheme has enough content to last a minimum of 12 lessons and can be easily extended to last much longer. There is an individual Power-Point for each lesson including lesson objectives, success criteria, start, main and plenary activities, teacher notes an much more. This covers everything students will need to know in order to make successful media products in print and moving image.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 6: Ownership and Control

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 6: Ownership and Control

This lesson covers the issue of media ownership and control. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 9: Reality TV

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 9: Reality TV

This lesson covers the wider contexts and issues raised by reality television. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 7: Wider Contexts

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 7: Wider Contexts

This lesson covers an introduction to the wider contexts of media which rise from the various issues and debates covered in previous lessons. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 1:  Introduction

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 1: Introduction

This lesson covers an introduction to topic of media issues and outlines the basics of media influence. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 3:  Dumbing Down

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 3: Dumbing Down

This lesson covers the issue of dumbing down. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
FULL SCHEME - Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level

FULL SCHEME - Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level

This scheme covers the topic of Issues & Debates and wider contexts as part of the theoretical framework as outlined by AQA in their latest specification. This can easily be adapted for other exam boards and media courses. This scheme is designed for A-level but is easily adapted to suit GCSE, BTEC and any other course. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is an entire scheme collated with extras. I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last approximately 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. These schemes have been organised to be delivered in the following order: • Media Language • Media Audiences • Media Industries • Representations and the Media * Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts There are other schemes available in “my shop” which cover further A-level content and to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop and video editing.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 2:  Moral Panics

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 2: Moral Panics

This lesson covers the issue of moral panics and the media. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 4: Censorship

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 4: Censorship

his lesson covers the issue of censorship in the media. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 11: Postmodernism

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 11: Postmodernism

This lesson covers the wider contexts surrounding postmodernism and the media. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 5: Stereotyping and Representation

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 5: Stereotyping and Representation

This lesson covers the issues of media representation and stereotyping. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 10: The Impact of New and Digital Media

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 10: The Impact of New and Digital Media

This lesson covers the wider contexts and issues raised by the developments of NDM. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 8: Post 9/11 and the media

Issues & Debates and Wider Contexts – A-Level - Lesson 8: Post 9/11 and the media

This lesson covers the wider contexts and issues raised by world events such as 9/11. This is just one lesson in a sequence and acts as part of a full scheme of work. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I have created a series of full schemes of work. They are designed to be taught in order as each lesson builds and develops on prior learning. However, each lesson is self-contained with its objectives and outcomes so can be delivered as you see fit. Each scheme includes enough material to last a minimum of 12 lessons and is easily adapted to last 24 or more. These lessons are easily differentiated and come with everything you need. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation which includes starter, main and plenary activities, lesson objectives and success criteria (mapped to the AQA A-Level specification for first teaching Sep 2017), terminology with definitions, contemporary media examples (print, broadcast and e-media), questions, tasks and extension activities. There are also extensive teacher’s notes which will help to develop your own knowledge and delivery of the topic. These notes include possible answers and responses to the tasks set out in the lessons and help to make this as close to a “teach-by-numbers” experience as possible. All you need to do is read through the lessons beforehand to perfect your delivery. The entire scheme comes fully loaded with a separate terminology list, overview of the scheme, assessment mark sheet, revision and practise lessons and a time-saving “Symbol Feedback System”. The scheme covers all elements detailed in the new A-Level Specification from AQA (first teaching Sep 2017) and will provide students the knowledge and insight needed to be successful with this part of the theoretical framework. It is ideal for teachers who have little to no previous experience with the academic side of the media, as well as for those who require accurate and detailed lessons on the topics. This particular lesson is just one in a sequence. The entire scheme can be purchased as one transaction and will include everything listed. Or, you can buy the other lessons individually, although they do not come with the added extras listed above. There are other schemes available in “my shop” to assist with practical media skills including Photoshop.
harmar85
GCSE - Advertising & Marketing - Lesson 4: Brands

GCSE - Advertising & Marketing - Lesson 4: Brands

This is lesson 4 in a series of lessons that forms an entire scheme of work. This lesson explores a range of brands and their brand image through the use of colours, shapes and imagery. This scheme offers students the opportunity to explore several aspects of marketing and advertising, whilst introducing some of the more advanced skills of media analysis in a basic way. The entire scheme is available to purchase in one hit, or you can buy individual lessons to suit your needs. This scheme is intended for GCSE and is perfect for Year 9 or less able students. It approaches the ideas of media analysis and creation from the earliest stages without a focus on terminology or heavy theory. These lessons are designed to be a fun and less intense approach to the subject and would make a great introductory scheme. Each lesson is conceived as a Power-Point presentation with starter, main tasks and plenary activity. There are success criteria with mapped grades (easily changed to levels for any course), teacher’s notes and examples of texts throughout. For anyone familiar with my resources: these are a slightly older version of my style and don't include timings or overly extensive teacher’s notes. However this is less important as these lessons are designed for early teaching of media studies. The colour scheme is also different. The full scheme comes with an assessment mark scheme but no other added extras.
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