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  • Wednesday 12thMayUNIT 26 FACTUAL PROGRAMMES CHAT SHOWS
    Learning objective: To be able to research and plan for our whole class debate.
  • Task 1c)
    ‘Chat shows are contrived and artificial, they are a pointless art form that patronisestheir target audience’.
  • Arguments FOR?
    Contrived
    Artificial
    Pointless
    Patronises
    Other
  • Arguments AGAINST?
    Contrived
    Artificial
    Pointless
    Patronises
    Other
  • Contrived
    Planned
    Manipulated
    Invented
  • Artificial
    False
    Misleading
    ‘Unnatural’
  • Pointless (art form)
    Irrelevant or inappropriate topics discussed for that target audience?
    No advice given to the guest or the audience?
  • Patronises
    Chat show hosts look down on their audience and feel superior to them?
  • CONCLUSION
    Spokesperson from each side summarising their for/against arguments?
  • Examples
    When debating for or against the statement make sure that you include examples of specific chat show.
    For example Oprah Winfrey is/ is not contrived because...
    And give specific examples to style/audience etc on
    the show.
  • Grading Criteria
    P1: Describe the issues with some subject terminology.
    M1: Explain the issues with appropriate subject terminology.
    D1: Critically evaluate the issues with correct subject terminology.
  • Media Terminology
    Impartial
    Objectivity
    Subjectivity
    Opinion
    Biased
    Representation
  • Media terminology
    Opinion
    A personal belief or judgment that is not founded
    on proof or certainty
    Biased
    Favoring one person or side over another
    Representation
    How people are presented in terms of age, gender,
    class and ethnicity.
  • Media terminology
    Impartial
    Not biased or unprejudiced
    Objectivity
    Just, unbiased and not influenced by emotions or
    personal prejudices
    Subjectivity
    Judgment based on individual personal
    impressions and feelings and opinions rather than
    external facts
  • Debate
    This whole class debate will be recorded on Wednesday 19th May 2010.