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Eduqas A Level Media Studies, Component 1, Music Videos Exam Prep, 5 videos (33 slides)
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Eduqas A Level Media Studies, Component 1, Music Videos Exam Prep, 5 videos (33 slides)

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Music Video revision unit for Component 1 exam 2022. 5 videos. 1 of the videos has been chosen by me, so no mark scheme is available. 4 of the videos have been used in A/AS Media previously so mark schemes are available to inform teaching. Ed Sheeran - Take Me Back To London (Sir Spyro Remix) [feat. Stormzy, Jaykae & Aitch] –No mark scheme BUT suggested contented available. Drake - God’s Plan and Beyoncé - Formation (Official Video) Mark scheme AS October 2020 Ed Sheeran - Shape of You (Official Music Video) Mark scheme available AS May 2018 Vance Joy - ‘Riptide’ Official Video Mark scheme available A Level October 2021 Tinie Tempah ft. Jake Bugg - Find Me- Mark scheme available A Level Autumn 2020
WJEC/Eduqas A Level Media Studies Component 2 Section B Magazines THE BIG ISSUE & VOGUE (130 slides)
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WJEC/Eduqas A Level Media Studies Component 2 Section B Magazines THE BIG ISSUE & VOGUE (130 slides)

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Slides included relate to: Defining magazines as a media form Masthead connotations Language conventions in Harper’s Bazaar Women’s Lifestyle magazines-codes and conventions Vogue basic analysis WIRED and ELLE codes and conventions analysis The main functions of a magazine front cover Semiotic analysis of magazines Paradigms and Syntagms- applied to Elle and Vogue Inside the magazine- alley, gutter, white space, anchorage Magazine genres- women’s magazines, James Curran Representation Gauntlett’s Theory of Identity Domesticity and Gender Stereotypes in Women’s Magazines Betty Friedan Alternative representations-NOVA Representations of female beauty Representations of race, ethnicity and national identity Industry, economic control, horizontal integration Curran and Seaton IPC and vertical integration Conde Nast and advance publications Regulation Audience- Vogue Media Pack, NRS The Big Issue Front cover analysis The Big Issue genre hybridity Levi-Strauss- binary oppositions Gauntlett- representations of gender Feminist Theory: Liesbet Van Zoonen Race and under representation Industry- mainstream and alternative magazines Economic context Impact of technological change Digital distribution- Zinio Regulation- Livingstone and Lunt Power and Media Industries Theory: Curran and Seaton Audiences Marketing and Distribution Gerbner’s Cultivation Theory Hall’s Reception Theory Bulmer and Katz’s Uses and Gratifications Audience interaction Key theories
EDUQAS A LEVEL MEDIA, 2021, TIDE, WATERAID, BLACK P, I DANIEL BLAKE, DAILY MIRROR, TIMES  252 slides
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EDUQAS A LEVEL MEDIA, 2021, TIDE, WATERAID, BLACK P, I DANIEL BLAKE, DAILY MIRROR, TIMES 252 slides

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**New 2021 Black Panther & Newspaper Cover Slides Added 252 slides ** CONTENTS: Advertising: Audiences, Tide and WaterAid Demographics Tide- historical context Tide- target audience Tide- social and cultural context Gerbner- Cultivation Theory Stuart Hall’s reception theory applied to Tide WaterAid- background info, social and cultural contexts The Film Industry: Straight Outta Compton Mainstream, High-Concept Films versus Independent films The film Industry Regulation- BBFC Straight Outta Compton: Industry SOC: marketing: online, trailers, posters SOC contexts Black Panther slides I, Daniel Blake- industry context BBC Films, eOne I, DB trailer Newspapers: The Daily Mirror and The Times Right Wing v Left wing Criteria for selecting the news- news values, news agenda Newspaper industry regulation Set text: The Daily Mirror- annotate front cover, inside the newspaper, how newspapers target and attract audiences. Applying Gerber’s Cultivation Theory to the Daily Mirror Daily Mirror Contexts- social, political. Economical, influencers Newspapers Codes and Conventions recap The Times Semiotics- Barthes, semiotic analysis of The Times cover The Newspaper Industry Who own the press? Social and cultural change Citizen journalism Curran and Seaton The Leveson Enquiry, IPSO, press regulation IPSO & Impress Hacked off campaign Livingstone & Lunt Set pages from the set texts The Daily Mail The Times Who reads The Times? The digital newspaper audience The Times letters page Times 2 Lifestyle supplement Hard and soft news The Times website and TV ads Hesmondhalgh
WJEC/EDUQAS Introduction to GCSE Media, SPECTRE, GQ, QSTREET, TGCAN, THE SUN, GUARDIAN,  115 slides
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WJEC/EDUQAS Introduction to GCSE Media, SPECTRE, GQ, QSTREET, TGCAN, THE SUN, GUARDIAN, 115 slides

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Encode/decode/connotations/semiotics/polysemic Visual codes: colour, location, gestures props Dress codes Anchorage Open/Closed Texts Technical Language: Shots, Angles, Movements HPV Editing/transitions/fast/slow Lighting Language codes Genre conventions/theory Steve Neale Theorist Narrative Tzvetan Todorov Vladimir Propp Claude Levi-Strauss Representation/stereotypes/gender/age/ethnicity Media Industries: production, ownership, technology, regulation Audiences- target audiences, demographics, Stuart Hall reception theory, Contexts
Romeo & Juliet Act 3.1 (20 slides, 1 extract, 3 worksheets)
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Romeo & Juliet Act 3.1 (20 slides, 1 extract, 3 worksheets)

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Recap of Act 2. Group activites focusing on reading and analysing Act 3.1 The differentiated group activities are optional, the class could do the same activity. Prediction task Text analysis/highlighting Embedded clip Questions A ‘big’ question exploring violence and conflict
WJEC/Eduqas A Level Media TV LIFE ON MARS and THE BRIDGE  Component 2 (105 slides)
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WJEC/Eduqas A Level Media TV LIFE ON MARS and THE BRIDGE Component 2 (105 slides)

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List of contents: TV Media language, codes and conventions Stock characters Repetition and difference in crime drama Narrative- Todorov Characters- Propp Binary oppositions- Levi Strauss Crime drama partnerships Iconography The crime drama in context Binary oppositions Post modern Challenging or subverting genre conventions Representation Feminism bell hooks Van Zoonen, Laura Mulvey The construction of gender through discourse Theories of gender performativity Representations of race and ethnicity Ethnocentrism, Otherness and Racial Stereotyping TV as a global industry The Bridge The Bridge: Economic factors Visual codes- media language revision The conventions of Nordic noir Cultural industries theory: David Hesmondhalgh TV formats and international remakes Regulation Theorists Livingstone and Lunt, Ofcom Regulation in a global age Advertising rules Audience readings and responses- demographic factors and identity Fandom: Henry Jenkins Unit Summary Essential theories for TV