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  • •  All students to have evaluations returned. •  Students to be given current 50% grade. •  All students to act upon individual and generic advice. •  Any new content added to Evaluation must be in red. •  Only a digital emailed hand-in will be accepted. •  If you fail to hand-in, the original mark will be entered to exam board on Friday. •  All old printed Evaluations must be handed back to me today and not taken away at the end of the lesson. •  Final deadline is Thursday at 12:00. •  Feel free to hand-in today. •  Students who have finished Evaluations will continue to create revision mind maps for TV and film texts. Today
  • Lost Audience response Online cult communities Fan criticism of too many enigma codes Critical acclaim Text   Ques)on   Point   Example/details  
  • 80+ = A 69-79 = B 60-69 = C 49-59= D This equals 50% of your A2 grade. Grade boundaries for Coursework View slide
  • Evaluation tips Read back each paragraph and question have you evaluated the extend your research investigation informed your production? Remember, you separated your investigation into aims and had a variety of findings not only one. View slide
  • Evaluation tips Try to include images of your full production pieces and cropped sections of specific areas of discussion to help illustrate your points.
  • Evaluation tips Only “Quote” quotations from your research investigation sources. You can include your own sentences from your investigation but you do not need to quote them. If you do quote a source include the reference for example (Mulvey. L, 1990)
  • Evaluation tips When did you last read your investigation intro/analysis/ conclusion? If you haven't there is little chance you can do a good job on your evaluation.