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Media Studies OCR G322 Assessment Criteria. Doc Martin Sequence example sentences annotated.

Media Studies OCR G322 Assessment Criteria. Doc Martin Sequence example sentences annotated.

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  • 1. G322 Key Media Concepts Textual Analysis
  • 2. Learning Intentions • To understand how to access the marks in your textual analysis essay. • To identify targets for improvement in your next textual analysis essay.
  • 3. Get the marks Explanation, analysis and argument (20 marks) Use of examples (20 marks) Use of terminology (10 marks)
  • 4. Example Analysis Camera Analysis (20) Examples (20) Terminology (10) • During the sequence with the plumbers and the sink, the framing is quite tight with Doc Martin in the back ground framed between the two plumbers. This framing gives a sense of the doctor being trapped and useless in resolving the problem and getting increasingly frustrated.
  • 5. Example Analysis Camera Analysis (20) Examples (20) Terminology (10) • During the sequence with the plumbers and the sink, the framing is quite tight with Doc Martin in the back ground framed between the two plumbers. This framing gives a sense of the doctor being trapped and useless in resolving the problem and getting increasingly frustrated.
  • 6. Marking... Assessment Criteria Student’s Example Explanation, analysis and argument (20 marks) Use of examples (20 marks) Use of terminology (10 marks) the doctor being trapped and useless in resolving the problem and getting increasingly frustrated. the sequence with the plumbers and the sink... Doc Martin in the back ground framing is quite tight ... framed between the two plumbers
  • 7. YOUR TURN
  • 8. Example Analysis Mise-en-scene • Doc Martin is the only one is the sequence to wear a formal business Analysis (20) Examples (20) Terminology (10) suit. This connotes his sense of authority and sense of self importance. The rest of the community by contrast are dressed more casually ,fitting their rural & casual life styles or working class professions.
  • 9. Example Analysis Mise-en-scene • Doc Martin is the only one is the sequence to wear a formal business Analysis (20) Examples (20) Terminology (10) suit. This connotes his sense of authority and sense of self importance. The rest of the community by contrast are dressed more casually ,fitting their rural & relaxed life styles or working class professions.
  • 10. Editing • Once the doctor enters the police station, we cut from his reaction to an Analysis (20) Examples (20) Terminology (10) eyeline match of the police officer doing the vacuuming. This cut highlights the more relaxed attitudes the community seems to have compared to Doc Martin.
  • 11. Editing • Once the doctor enters the police station, we cut from his reaction to an EAA (20) Examples (20) Terminology (10) eyeline match of the police officer doing the vacuuming. This cut highlights the more relaxed attitudes the community seems to have compared to Doc Martin.
  • 12. Sound • The local community constantly use the term ‘bodmin’ to suggest an unusual event. This Analysis (20) Examples (20) Terminology (10) dialogue, delivered with a thick west country accent, serves to represent the doctor as an outsider, who doesn’t understand. Also it is used to make fun of him as an uptight and stressed city dweller, who doesn’t get local attitudes and ideas.
  • 13. Sound • The local community constantly use the term ‘bodmin’ to suggest an unusual event. This Analysis (20) Examples (20) Terminology (10) dialogue, delivered with a thick west country accent, serves to represent the doctor as an outsider, who doesn’t understand. Also it is used to make fun of him as an uptight and stressed city dweller, who doesn’t get local attitudes and ideas.
  • 14. Get the grades – find the examples • • • • Camera Mise-en-scene Sound Editing
  • 15. Camera (8-10 examples) Framing Movement Close Up Pan / Tilt Long Shot Wide Shot Establishing Shot Two Shot Composition High Angle Depth of Field Low Angle Positioning Canted Angle Contrast Roll Dolly POV Aerial Angle Tracking Crane Zoom / Reverse
  • 16. Mise-en-scene (8-10 examples) Costume Lighting Acting Make Up Props Setting
  • 17. Sound (4-6 examples) Sound Diegetic Dialogue Ambient Non Diegetic Music Sound Effects
  • 18. Continuity Editing (4-6 examples) Cutting • Cutting to • Shot / Reverse Shot • Match on action • Eye-line match • Jump cut • Cross cutting • Ellipsis • Long / Short Take Post Production Effects • CGI • Captions Transitions • • • • • Speed Style Slow motion Repetition Graphic match
  • 19. Making Notes Representation Label (Age, Gender, Ethnicity, Class, Sexuality, (dis)ability, regional identity) Camera Point (Term) Example Analysis Mise-en-scene Editing Sound