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  • Media Studies - Monday 11th MarchLearning aimsAll to have completed & up to date foldersAll to be able to discuss the main facets of a successful sitcomMost to be able to outline their characters for the new sitcomSome to be able to demonstrate an episode and characteroutline for series one of their sitcomStarter – write a fifty-word biography of one of the sitcomregulars below describing their main characteristics
  • Deadline – your folders must be up to date by the end of this week – 15 March• Unit 7 • Assignment 1 – print production technologies • Assignment 2a - Printed product mind map, Powerpoint pitch and draft leaflet • Assignment 2b - Completed printed product leaflet • Assignment 2c – Questionnaire & evaluation report• Unit 5 • Assignment 1 - Storyboard, shooting script, permission letters, equipment lists • Assignment 2 - Production diary from your role’s point of view • Assignment 3 - Shooting log (with edits required) & completed video • Assignment 4 - Report evaluating your video• I also expect your folder to be neat, tidy; All scrappy work to be re-written; Everything on A4 size paper or folded down to A4; Units to have title pages at the front.
  • Logistics & extension• Resources for folder completion time: – Monday & Thursday in Room 10 – Tuesday and Friday in CR1• When you complete this, for the rest of the week work on your plan for the new sitcom. Please produce: – A completed advert (started outdoors last week) showing the title/logo and graphics used to advertise the show – A character fact file – you should aim for a small number of regular characters and a slightly larger number of others – what are their characteristics? – A pitch ready to give to TV executives with plot outlines for the pilot show and all six episodes of the first series – what main things happen? Where? What results?