A range of lessons focusing on: newspaper backgrounds and contexts, media language, representations, theories and exam style questions. This covers all of the Section A specification, makes some use of the Eduqas textbook and resources from the Eduqas website like the Factsheets on newspapers.
Approx. 5 detailed lessons based Spectre and the film industry for Eduqas GCSE media studies. Lessons include exam style questions(SAMS) and relevant content on the film industry. All areas of the theoretical framework are covered!
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A lesson which explores media regulation as a concept and looks at some media products which have been complained about and banned in the UK. The lesson also focuses on Livingstone and Lunt’s theory of regulation, breaks down and evaluates the ideas of the theory. The lesson focuses on the set TV products for Eduqas A level Media Component 2 but can be very easily adapted to focus on any other media products or industries.
Makes use the the Eduqas A Level year 2 text book.
A full scheme of work of between 5-7 lessons on Tide for Component 1 Section A and B of the Eduqas A Level Media exam. Lesson cover: media language, representations, audience and look at and break down relevant theories (Van Zoonen, Gerbner, Stuart Hall, David Gauntlett).
Also included is an assessment which is a comparison exam question (similar to SAMS so this mark scheme can be used) comparing Tide with a 1950s Quality Street advert.
A lesson which looks at approaching unseen analysis and guides students through the comparison question for Eduqas A Level Media Component 1 Section A. This exam question, which is similar to the SAMS question (so this mark scheme can be used), compares the set product Tide with a 1950s Quality Street advert (taken from the Eduqas GCSE set products).
Three lessons (taught as a 2 hour double and then single lesson) on the representations in the WaterAid ‘Claudia Sings’ advert for Component 1 Section A of the Eduqas A Level Media exam. Lessons cover: all representations and reps theories including a lesson which breaks down and analysis bll hooks theory in relation to WaterAid.
An apporx. 3 week scheme of work on the set products: This Girl Can and Quality Street. All areas of the GCSE framework are covered: media language, media representations and media theory. Also included are SAMS questions and exam style questions which are NOT SAMS!
A HOME LEARNING project on Spectre media audience and industry for students taking GCSE Media in 2021 - created for the Codiv-19 school closure. This covers most of the Section B specification and includes tasks like: research, analysis, application of theories (previously taught), exam style questions etc.
I created this for a class who have done some work on Spectre and James Bond so far, but some of this s ‘new content’ for them; this could however, also be suitable for students with lots of previous learning on Spectre and Section B.
A lesson focusing on breaking down Neale’s Genre theory and analysing key sequences from Scream and American Sniper (although any film products could be used). This is a set theory for Eduqas A Level media and this lesson is taught in line with this particular specification, but it is relevant to all study of film!
A full SoW on this set product for Component 1 Section B which explores: context, industry and audience and includes a lesson on how to approach the ‘stepped questions’ in section B looking at SAMS and exam questions which are NOT SAMS (the SAMS mark scheme can be used as a guide for marking these). Makes use of the Eduqas year 1 and 2 A Level textbooks.
A full SoW on this set product for Component 1 Section B which explores: context, industry and audience and includes exam style questions throughout the lessons which are NOT SAMS (the SAMS mark scheme can be used as a guide for marking these). Makes use of the Eduqas year 1 and 2 A Level textbooks and includes the full episode of the show!
A detailed range of lessons on Luther and TV crime drama for Eduqas GCSE media studies. These lessons cover the whole Eduqas specification: media language, genre and narrative, representations, industry, audience, contexts and exam practice. This makes use of wider TV crime drama texts and the Eduqas textbook.
A full scheme of work of approx. 4/5 lessons on Component 1 Section B for Eduqas GCSE Media. These lessons cover all areas of the framework: contexts, audience, industry and exam questions, including some which are NOT SAMS (the SAMS mark scheme can be followed/adapted and used for these though) there is also a lesson which explores how to approach the ‘stepped’ questions in section B and gives advice on timing and command words. Also included is a full episode of The Archers during which the character Helen attempts to leave her husband Rob and subsequently stabs him - lessons make reference to this episode.
Lessons also make use of the Eduqas GCSE textbook and The Archers ‘fact sheet’.
Approx. 5 lessons based on Eduqas GCSE media studies; an introduction to advertising and marketing and the set product This Girl Can. Lessons include textual analysis, exam (SAMS) questions and representations. All areas of the theoretical framework are covered!
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A detailed scheme of lessons on Luther and The Sweeney for Eduqas GCSE media studies. These lessons cover the whole Eduqas specification: media language, genre and narrative, representations, industry, audience, contexts and exam practice. This was taught over a term and makes use of wider TV crime drama texts and the Eduqas textbook.
Component 1 Section A GCSE Media
Approx. 4 detailed lessons based on this set product and the use of media language and Representations for Eduqas GCSE media studies. Lessons cover all areas of the theoretical framework. The first lesson on contexts also explores GQ magazine.
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A range of lessons for Eduqas GCSE Media Studies on MUSIC VIDEOS for Paper 2 Section B covering Taylor Swift ‘Bad Blood’
Lessons explore: media language, narrative, representations, intertextuality and contexts. Media theory is also explored in some lessons.
Some lessons make use to the Eduqas textbook.
A simple lesson which introduces relevant contexts before watching the first episode. This includes some small tasks and links to YouTube videos. Also makes use of extracts from the Life on Mars DVD.
Relevant to Eduqas GCSE Media Studies Component 2.