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  • 1. AS MEDIA: Work while Sheena is awayHow are representations of ABILITY and DISABILITY constructed in Sherlock 1.1 using mise en scene, editing, sound and camerawork? • Watch Sherlock key scenes 3 more times. • Full episode is in TV Drama folder in “ASMEDIA 2012-13”  KEY SCENES : opening sequence with flashback and therapy - Watson’s mental and physical disability : meeting Sherlock - from upside down CU to Sherlock leaving lab, notes on Sherlock’s mental ability and how media languages are used to represent this : crime scene - from Sherlock, Watson and Lestrade entering the room to Watson leaving the building. Look at the different ways MESC are used to show Sherlock’s ability compared to meeting him in the lab. Then compare to Watson’s brief study of the body. • Write your essay plan table like you did for Dr Who • 45 mins to write the essay. Time yourself and hand write the essay in your green book please, don’t word process.TASK TWO: Radio research task: audience listening habits. • Complete the tally sheet to get a clear idea of how your friends and family consume radio. • Make pie charts in a PowerPoint and bring to first lesson after half term to present • Answer the following question using each part of your questionnaire as a sub- heading: “What similarities did you find between the way you consume radio and the ways your family and friends consume radio?” for example do you listen at similar times of day?