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  • 1. REVISION LESSON EXAM: Wed 9th Jan 2013 Write down at least 3 Dos and 3 Donts for the examHow is age/gender/ethnicity/socialclass/sexual identity/regionalidenity/disability REPRESENTED through the
  • 2. Dos & Donts• Make lots of notes • Describe the• Use your anagrams so you know what to meaning of words look for• Use symbols and abbreviations to include • Waste time with an more intro/ conclusion• Use your screening time well – either be • Generally analyse making notes or beginning your answer• Use the PEE structure • Write lots on one• Use as much terminology as you can micro element and• Only refer to the area of representation then run out of time stated • Be inaccurate – with• Cover all 4 micro elements spelling or what you• Plan your time – will you write so many PEEs are saying on each section in turn or will you follow the chronological order of the clip • Forget terminology• Start with editing to make sure you don’t • Stop writing! miss it• Always state whether they are subverting/reinforcing/conforming to stereotypes
  • 3. • My strongest micro element is…• My strongest area of representation is…• My weakest micro element is…• My weakest area of representation is…
  • 4. YEAR 12 MEDIA PEEs 1.Identify if you are a P(point), E (Evidence) or E(Explanation)? 1.Find the rest of your answer2.Is yours a strong answer? - Discuss
  • 5. • The girl’s youth is represented through mise-en- scene especially in her clothing.
  • 6. •The character of Amy wearing bright yellow
  • 7. •Connoting her young, childish personality.
  • 8. •Cinematography is used to represent the men’s age.
  • 9. • Panning is used when the men are at work. This signifies they are working together as a team.
  • 10. • This connotes they are mature because they are not playing around, they are working hard. This conforms to a typical representation of
  • 11. • The man’s age is represented by his voice.
  • 12. • For example the diegetic dialogue, tone and language when he says “My dear, you haven’t a clue”.
  • 13. • This connotes his power over the younger girl. This conforms to the conventional representation of a dominant adult being condescending to the young through his language
  • 14. • Furthermore, we also denote that when she is told to leave she throws a tantrum and yells ‘I Hate You’ to Paul and storms off. Connoting to the audience childlike behaviour.
  • 15. • The production design is represented by age through mise en scene.
  • 16. •The production site is set on a large farm/village.
  • 17. • This conforms to the typical representation of age as old people go and live on farms for peace and quiet away from loud noise and busy things.
  • 18. • Editing in the clips shows a conformity view of a typical young girl
  • 19. • The use of long takes for the older male and short takes for the young girl connotes that the older man is more dominant
  • 20. • This agrees with the stereotype that older characters hold more power than the younger generation
  • 21. 1 High Angle / Low Angle AREA OF REPRESENTATION? Who is superior?
  • 22. 2 High Angle / Low Angle AREA OF REPRESENTATION? Who is superior?
  • 23. 3 High Angle / Low Angle AREA OF REPRESENTATION? Who is superior?
  • 24. 4 High Angle / Low Angle AREA OF REPRESENTATION? Who is superior?
  • 25. Anagrams and Microelements
  • 26. Anagrams and MicroelementsMISE EN SCENE CINEMATOGRAPHYCLPPPS CAMSCostume, make up Close up, extreme close up/long shot,Lighting - high key, low key, interior, mid shot, two shot, POV, high/low/cantedexterior, artificial, back lighting angle, over the shoulder,composition, framing, rule of thirds, power points,Production Design deep/shallow focus, depth of field,Props tracking, panning, zooming, tilting,Performance (body language, facial craningexpressions)SpaceSOUND EDITINGDVDN PECTSound bridge, motif, non- Fast/slow pace, long/short takes,diegetic/diegetic, ambient, fade, dissolve, cut, transition,instrumental, soundtrack, tone, 180 degree rule,tempo, dialogue, sound effects, montage/continuity editing,foley, match on action, eyelinesynchronous/asynchronous, match,cross cutting/parallelincidental, music score editing, simultaneous action
  • 27. Microelement?
  • 28. Cinematography: Rule of Thirds
  • 29. Micro element?SHALLOW FOCUS DEEP FOCUS
  • 31. Editing Techniques: INFERIOR / SUPERIORINFERIOR / Stereotype SUPERIOR / Stereotypee.g. Long take = slow physically, frail, e.g. Long take = dominant, powerful,exhausted, weak, slow thinking…old age in control of the scene…masculinity
  • 32. Sound Dialogue Ambient Soundtrack Instrumental Sound bridge Synchronous Asynchronous Sound effect Tone Volume Foley ScoreDiegetic Non-diegetic BothINFERIOR / Stereotype SUPERIOR / Stereotypee.g. Slow tempo instrumental score = e.g. Slow tempo instrumental score =lower class, depressing, low ambition upper class, regal, sophisticated, refined
  • 33. Match.com• My strongest micro element is…• My strongest area of representation is…• My weakest micro element is…• My weakest area of representation is…
  • 34. Rules •30 seconds per pair •Each pair plays twice •Cant mention the word or the micro-element •Most correct wins a prize •Member from the other team stands over shoulder NO CHEATING!• Henry • Tyler • Keano • Jordan• • Chelsie • • Segun Ellen Jasmine • Jovan• Elaine • Alex • Luke • Dominc• Yan • Junior • Lamaar