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    • Tuesday 17th May 2010, Period 1 & 2
      Unit1:Media Industries
      First person to work out this LONG sum gets 5 Vivo’s!!
      ¼ of this
      One sixth of this
      33
      Add fifteen
      =
      49
      x 9
      Minus 5
      Multiply by 2
      Times by 9
      6 more
      1/7 of this
      Unit 1: Learning Outcomes
      Task 1: Know how the media industry is structured.
      Task 2: Understand job roles in a sector of the media industry
      Task 3: Understand how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry
    • Tuesday 17th May 2010, Period 1 & 2
      Unit1:Media Industries
      Learning Objectives
      LO1: Outline the structure of a media industry (PASS)
      LO2: Describe the structure of a media industry with some detail and illustrative examples
      (MERIT)
      CO: Explain the structure of a media industry with precise and detailed examples (DISTINCTION)
    • Tuesday 17th May 2010, Period 3 & 4
      Unit1:Media Industries
      Weird questions......fascinating facts!!!
      Which muscles are the most active in your body?
      Which muscle is the strongest in your body?
      When, during the day, is your hearing at its worst?
      The muscles which control your eyes are the most active in your body.
      The strongest muscle in your body is your tongue.
      Your hearing is at its worst just after eating.
      Learning Objectives
      LO1: Identify & describe jobs in a sector of the media industry (PASS)
      LO2: Discuss job roles and recruitment in a sector of the media industry using appropriate and
      illustrative examples (MERIT)
      CO: LO2 + explain the routes you would have to take to get from where you are now to one job
      you would like to do in a media industry sector (DISTINCTION)
    • Tuesday 17th May 2010, Period 3 & 4
      Unit1:Media Industries
      Learning Objectives
      LO1: Identify & describe jobs in a sector of the media industry (PASS)
      LO2: Discuss job roles and recruitment in a sector of the media industry using appropriate and
      illustrative examples (MERIT)
      CO: LO2 + explain the routes you would have to take to get from where you are now to one job
      you would like to do in a media industry sector (DISTINCTION)
    • Tuesday 17th May 2010, Period 5 & 6
      Unit1:Media Industries
      Riddle me this, riddle me that....
      What has two hands and a face but no arms or legs?
      What has a neck but no head?
      What begins with T, ends in T and has T in it?
      Learning Objectives
      LO1: Describe how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry (PASS)
      LO2: Discuss how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry using appropriate and
      illustrative examples (MERIT)
      CO: Explain the changes you might make to the recruitment process for jobs in the media
      industry – how might you make it better/easier/fairer? (DISTINCTION)
    • Tuesday 17th May 2010, Period 5 & 6
      Unit1:Media Industries
      Learning Objectives
      LO1: Describe how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry (PASS)
      LO2: Discuss how staff are recruited in a sector of the media industry using appropriate and
      illustrative examples (MERIT)
      CO: Explain the changes you might make to the recruitment process for jobs in the media
      industry – how might you make it better/easier/fairer? (DISTINCTION)