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  1. Monday 13th June 2011<br />Unit1:Media Industries<br />First person to work out this LONG sum gets 5 Vivo’s!!<br />¼ of this<br />One sixth of this<br />33<br />Add fifteen<br />=<br />49<br />x 9<br />Minus 5<br />Multiply by 2<br />Times by 9<br />6 more<br />1/7 of this<br />Unit 1: Learning Outcomes<br />Task 1: Know how the media industry is structured.<br />Task 2: Understand job roles in a sector of the media industry<br />Task 3: Understand how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry<br />
  2. Monday 13th June 2011<br />Unit1:Media Industries<br />Riddle me this, riddle me that....<br />What has two hands and a face but no arms or legs? <br />What has a neck but no head? <br />What begins with T, ends in T and has T in it? <br />Learning Objectives <br />LO1: Describe how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry (PASS)<br />LO2: Discuss how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry using appropriate and <br /> illustrative examples (MERIT)<br />CO: Explain the changes you might make to the recruitment process for jobs in the media <br /> industry – how might you make it better/easier/fairer? (DISTINCTION)<br />
  3. Monday 13th June 2011<br />Unit1:Media Industries<br />Task 1 – produce a report or presentation which covers the following areas;<br /><ul><li> How is the television industry structured?
  4. What is the structure, organisation and ownership of the BBC?
  5. What kind of job might someone get in the television industry?</li></ul>Learning Objectives <br />LO1: Outline the structure of a media industry (PASS)<br />LO2: Describe the structure of a media industry with some detail and illustrative examples <br /> (MERIT)<br />CO: Explain the structure of a media industry with precise and detailed examples (DISTINCTION)<br />
  6. Monday 13th June 2011<br />Unit1:Media Industries<br />How is the television industry structured?<br />Describe and explain the organisation of the television industry;<br /><ul><li> What categories can it be split into, explain these categories and </li></ul> give examples.<br /><ul><li> What does each category do?
  7. Why do you think the television industry is split up in this way?
  8. Think of another media industry and briefly describe how this </li></ul> sector is structured. <br />http://prezi.com/injbcaytkphm/create-media-sector-tv/<br />Use the following prezi to help you – it is full of answers!!!<br />You can also use other research that you have found but you CANNOT copy and paste.<br />Learning Objectives <br />LO1: Outline the structure of a media industry (PASS)<br />LO2: Describe the structure of a media industry with some detail and illustrative examples <br /> (MERIT)<br />CO: Explain the structure of a media industry with precise and detailed examples (DISTINCTION)<br />
  9. Monday 13th June 2011<br />Unit1:Media Industries<br />What is the structured, organisation and ownership of the BBC?<br />Describe and explain the way the BBC is organised and run;<br /><ul><li> Who are the BBC and what do they do?
  10. How do they do it?
  11. How are they structured?
  12. Who runs the company? </li></ul>http://www.capzles.com/e5bba4f5-198d-4dd6-b8b4-743bad38eabd <br />Use the capzle I created to help you – its full of information about the BBC but you have to listen carefully!!!<br />You can also use other research that you have found but you CANNOT copy and paste.<br />Learning Objectives <br />LO1: Outline the structure of a media industry (PASS)<br />LO2: Describe the structure of a media industry with some detail and illustrative examples <br /> (MERIT)<br />CO: Explain the structure of a media industry with precise and detailed examples (DISTINCTION)<br />
  13. Monday 13th June 2011<br />Unit1:Media Industries<br />What kind of job might someone get in the television industry? <br />Describe and explain TWO jobs within the television industry (one in front of the camera and one behind).<br /><ul><li> What does the job entail?
  14. What skills/qualifications might you need for it?</li></ul>http://www.skillset.org/tv/jobs/TV profiles/ <br />Use the job profiles on this website to help you – you’ll need to read them and explain in your own words. <br />You can also use other research that you have found but you CANNOT copy and paste.<br />Learning Objectives <br />LO1: Outline the structure of a media industry (PASS)<br />LO2: Describe the structure of a media industry with some detail and illustrative examples <br /> (MERIT)<br />CO: Explain the structure of a media industry with precise and detailed examples (DISTINCTION)<br />
  15. Monday 13th June 2011<br />Unit1:Media Industries<br />Task 2 – Produce a case study about the job roles, contracts and pay and professional practices in the media industry. <br />Your instructions for this task and the resources you need are all on my blogspot.<br />http://www.ecerronemediastudies.blogspot.com<br />Learning Objectives <br />LO1: Identify & describe jobs in a sector of the media industry (PASS)<br />LO2: Discuss job roles and recruitment in a sector of the media industry using appropriate and <br /> illustrative examples (MERIT)<br />CO: LO2 + explain the routes you would have to take to get from where you are now to one job <br /> you would like to do in a media industry sector (DISTINCTION)<br />
  16. Monday 13th June 2011<br />Unit1:Media Industries<br />Task 3 – Imagine you have chosen to work in the media industry. Pick a job that you would like to do and research it, then use Capzles to create a timeline of your progression to this job from now until then. You must include information in your Capzle about qualifications, skills and training that you might require.<br />http://www.capzles.com<br />Since this is the first time you have used Capzles, take your time and be patient with it. You will need to use all the information you have learnt from Tasks 1 & 2 to help you with this and the website www.skillset.org will be VERY useful too.<br />Learning Objectives <br />LO1: Describe how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry (PASS)<br />LO2: Discuss how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry using appropriate and <br /> illustrative examples (MERIT)<br />CO: Explain the changes you might make to the recruitment process for jobs in the media <br /> industry – how might you make it better/easier/fairer? (DISTINCTION)<br />

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