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  • 1. Learning Objectives:
    • To understand how and why marks are awarded in the AS exam.
  • 2. EXAM MARKING The exam question in the exam is worth 50 marks. There are four different levels – marks within each are divided into three sections eg. Level four EXPLANATION/ANALYSIS/ARGUMENT 16-20 marks USE OF EXAMPLES 16-20 marks USE OF TERMINOLOGY 8-10 marks
  • 3. Explanation/Analysis/Argument
    • You must construct an argument or analysis that is CONNECTED to the essay title. Use your introductions and conclusions to really highlight this – refer to the essay title.
  • 4. USE OF EXAMPLES
    • Be specific and detailed – give facts and figures if you can
    • Use case studies –competition between game console producers.
    • Use your own experience – is mentioned in the mark scheme.
  • 5. TERMINOLOGY
    • Use as many technical terms as you can!
  • 6. MISTAKES
    • Too short – marking criteria actually says – a brief response only achieves level one (under one and a half sides of answer booklet!) E grade.
    • Explain your points in detail using specific references.
    • Use the terminology!
  • 7. The Question:
    • Discuss the ways in which the internet is changing how media products are produced and distributed to audiences, with reference to the videogame industry.
  • 8. Planning
    • Produce a 5- section plan for your exam answer.
    • One section should be a brief introduction.

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