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Media Ms (english sideline)

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Currently teaching English and Media Studies with the occasional foray into Humanities.

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Currently teaching English and Media Studies with the occasional foray into Humanities.
Creative Writing - Describing an image
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Creative Writing - Describing an image

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Guided PPT that allows a class to respond to an individual image. Guidance through planning, expanding vocabulary and adding language techniques. Model work included with an annotation exercise included Bronze/Silver/Gold criteria. Proving effective with Y9 as an introduction to Paper 1 Section B
Slam Poetry: An Introduction
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Slam Poetry: An Introduction

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Lesson introducing the concept of Slam/Spoken word with links to useful examples culminating in students creating their own slam poems.
Media Studies: Introduction to TV Genres
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Media Studies: Introduction to TV Genres

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3 lessons worth of content. Learning Intentions: Define different TV Genres and their codes and conventions. Define Hybrid Genres Understand the audience appeal of different TV Genres Create a guide to TV Genres
Eduqas GCSE Media Component 1 Section B: The Sun
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Eduqas GCSE Media Component 1 Section B: The Sun

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2-3 hours of lesson (depending on group ability) based on the set product from Eduqas. Students will explore industries and audience in relation to The Sun brand including considering Uses and Gratifications and regulation. Learning Intentions: To revise what we know about the Sun. To explore the audience for The Sun. To explore the industries behind The Sun. To respond to exam style questions.
AS Media Studies- introduction to representations
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AS Media Studies- introduction to representations

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2 lessons covering: representation misrepresentation selective representation stereotype countertype dominant ideologies gender trouble hegemonic ideologies A variety of media examples used with opportunities for analysis at the end of each lesson.