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Media Education

A selection of key lessons,student tasks and resources that can be used to assist in the teaching of media theory. These lesson, handouts and forms are for level 2 or 3 media production or theory students.

A selection of key lessons,student tasks and resources that can be used to assist in the teaching of media theory. These lesson, handouts and forms are for level 2 or 3 media production or theory students.
UAL Level 3 Course and Feedback Tracker
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UAL Level 3 Course and Feedback Tracker

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Use this to record student unit tracking as well as a one stop comment tracking for all first year units. With the comments tracking you can view across the different units and look at where potential strengths or weaknesses are appearing with the feedback they are receiving.
UAL Course Tracker + Unit 8 Project Tracker and Formative Feedback Form
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UAL Course Tracker + Unit 8 Project Tracker and Formative Feedback Form

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Use these forms to record student unit tracking as well as a one stop comment tracking for all first year units. With the comments tracking you can view across the different units and look at where potential strengths or weaknesses are appearing with the feedback they are receiving. Plus a Unit 8 Form with Matrix drop down comments and actions table to enable students to progress with their major projects.
Lesson Plan Introducing Concept and Context and Starting A Project Proposal
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Lesson Plan Introducing Concept and Context and Starting A Project Proposal

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The project proposal is part of the UAL level 3 course students are expected to complete a proposal for their final graded project. This session is to enable to students to have a first look and attempt at this type of process before the real project proposal in the summer term. They will be creating project proposals for their work in the 3D unit which so far has required them to look at and try a number of processes. After half term they will use one of these styles to create a more refined version of their work.