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G325 section a intro
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G325 section a intro
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G325 section a intro
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G325 section a intro
G325 section a intro
G325 section a intro
G325 section a intro
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  • 1. G325: (Section A)Theoretical Evaluation of Production Introduction Lesson 1 L/O: to know what exam is about, know marks and possible topics
  • 2. What do you know?• How much do you know now?
  • 3. MarksA B TOTAL/__ /__ /__
  • 4. Marks1A 1B TOTAL/25 /25 /50
  • 5. Mark value of exam A B 1A (25) Postmodernism 1B (25) (50)
  • 6. Timing 2 hour exam 1A 1B 1 hour30 mins 30 mins The other hour = postmodernism
  • 7. Writing about which c/w? 1A 1BBoth pieces of c/w (AS & A2) Choose 1 only. (you choose AS or A2)
  • 8. Topics Digital*At least 2 theorists Technology Creativity A AS & A2 Conventions Post- of real Production media texts Research & Planning
  • 9. Topics*At least 2 theorists Genre Narrative B One only Media Representation Language Audience
  • 10. # of topics• How many topics can you get asked in A & B?• ONE OR TWO!
  • 11. Past questions….• Pg 5 in bookletJune 121A) Describe a range of creative decisions that youmade in a post-production and how these decisions madea difference to the final outcomes. Refer to a range ofexamples in your answer to show how these skillsdeveloped over time.1B) Explain how meaning is construction by the use ofmedia language in one of your coursework productions.
  • 12. Stages of making c/w• Pre-production = research and planning• Production = filming• Post production = editing
  • 13. Revision guide• Read 1-2 pages everyday• Do some revision activities – don’t JUST read for revision• Today = page 10
  • 14. Examiner Report - Pg 6/7/8/9• Read these for next lesson
  • 15. AS c/w• Watch your C/W at least 3 times for next lesson
  • 16. Homework• 1. Read all rest of examiner reports in booklet• 2. Read pages 12-25 in revision book – Takes notes – Read over/do activities in revision pages 26-29• 3. Read over your AS blog (look especially at your research & planning)• 4. Watch your AS evaluation

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