A2 media-studies-schedule-lutterworth-college-2014-2015

433 views
328 views

Published on

OCR A2 Media Studies Coursework Schedule

Published in: Education, Business, Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
433
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
152
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

A2 media-studies-schedule-lutterworth-college-2014-2015

  1. 1. G325: A2 Advanced Portfolio 2014-2015 9th June-27th June Preliminary activities 9th June-13th June  Introduction to continuity activity and basics of shot composition  Storyboard continuity activity  Film continuity sequence  Edit continuity sequence  Complete lip synching task-lip sych first 30 seconds of chosen song. All students to complete.  Edit lip synching task.  16th June-27th June  Storyboard first 60 seconds of chosen song.  Assign group roles-director, camera person, sound, band.  Organise all instruments and outfits.  Begin filming.  Complete all filming.  Begin editing (in groups edit the same footage). 30th June-11th July:  Complete editing.  Begin research and planning for September. 28th August– 19th December 2013. It is vital that blogs are kept up to date and that progress is posted regularly. Screen grabs of the creative process or other updates (evidence of students ‘creating the work’) must be included as work is being completed. Thursday 28th August – Friday 5th September Carrying out research and planning. To include:  Submit detailed analysis of music videos (at least 3) including conventions and genre categories e.g. illustration, amplification and disjuncture. (this was set as summer homework). Any students not completing work to be place on intervention list.  Decide on genre/song of music video  Preparation of a 25 word pitch to include:
  2. 2.  Mood boards (e.g. animoto)  Decide on band/artist name and create biography  Post photos of band members alongside existing bands/ artists as exemplars  Examples of other texts  Audience profile and conduct market research (use uktribes.co.uk)  Set up twitter feed for your fictitious band Teachers to regularly check and leave comments on blogs as part of rough draft marking of R&P. Monday 8th September – Friday 12th September  Lessons to pitch idea to class and receive feedback  Evaluate class feedback (will be essential for your evaluation)  Refine idea and submit to teacher for feedback Teachers to regularly check and leave comments on blogs as part of rough draft marking of R&P. Monday 15th September – Friday 26th September • Comprehensive storyboard of your music video  Construct and post animatic onto blog • Schedule list • Consider representations in your music video (who/what, why, where, how) • Apply relevant narrative theorists to your music video • Post shots of prospective video locations • Write risk assessment • No Filming until all above elements have been completed and signed off by teachers. Friday 26th September = MUSIC VIDEO Research and Planning MUST BE COMPLETED. Marks will be deducted for late submission. Monday 29th September – Friday 17th October  All filming of music videos to take place outside of lesson time  Teacher introduces digipak/ advert (generic conventions, part of the campaign etc.)  Research CD covers, magazine adverts – detailed annotation/analysis  Produce mock ups of ancillary products e.g. photos, drawings, collage, colour palette etc Friday 17th October DRAFT DEADLINE for digipak and magazine advert.
  3. 3. Work to be submitted with name(s) and candidate(s) numbers to English office. Marks will be deducted for late submission. Mon 27th October – Friday 31st October • Complete 1st draft of music video including filming and editing. • Screen shots of ongoing editing process essential for full marks. Friday 31st October DRAFT DEADLINE - 3:10PM ENGLISH OFFICE Work to be posted on blog by 3:10 pm and acknowledgement of completion sheet signed in H2. Draft video must be posted on blog. Students to be placed on intervention list if work not completed. Marks will be deducted for late submission. Monday 4th November – Friday 8th November Feedback on digipak and magazine advert to be returned to all students. Make necessary improvements and complete final versions. Friday 8th November – 3:10PM work to be submitted with name(s) and candidate(s) numbers to English office. Marks will be deducted for late submission. Monday 10th November – Friday 28th November • Teachers to have returned first draft marks/comments for music videos • Update blogs with 1st draft teacher feedback (will be essential for your evaluation) • Make plan of action for necessary improvements • Make improvements to music video • Finish filming/editing final copy of music video • Screen shots of ongoing editing process essential for full marks. • Peer assessment and evaluate feedback. Update blog with feedback (will be essential for your evaluation). FINAL CUT OF MUSIC VIDEO MUST BE COMPLETED BY FRIDAY 28th NOVEMBER - work to be posted on blog by 3:10PM and acknowledgement of completion sheet signed in H2. Marks will be deducted for late submission.
  4. 4. Monday 1st December – Friday 5th December • Evaluation questions introduced and taught. Examples shown. • All lessons devoted to completion of evaluation. Written essay format for each question to be completed this week and posted on blog. Monday 8th December – Wednesday 10th December • Plan and agree creative ways to present final version of evaluation. Wednesday 10th December – Friday 19th December • Answer all evaluation activities individually using a different creative media for each. FINAL EVALUATION DEADLINE FRIDAY 19th DEC – WORK TO BE POSTED ONTO BLOG AND acknowledgement of completion sheet signed in H2. Marks will be deducted for late submission. ALL COURSEWORK to be marked and marks submitted to NEF by Friday 23rd JANUARY 2014

×