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11 describe vs analyse

  1. 1. L3 – write strong P.E.E.L4 – analyse P.E.E. with a focus of editing and understand a range of representations in gender
  2. 2. • Which is better and why?
  3. 3. Describe Vs. Analyse‘At the beginning of the extract it shows a guy talking to a woman. The woman obviously has no money so cant buy the dress. The cinematography makes the shop assistant seem more powerful. Then the woman says ‘how much for the dress?’ and the shop assistant tells her, but in a harsh way and looks down on her which tells us he is more powerful.’
  4. 4. Describe Vs. Analyse‘Gender is represented through the use of cinematography. The use of an high angle over-the-shoulder connotes weakness which illustrates the female character in a stereotypical way.’
  5. 5. Describe Vs. Analyse‘Gender is represented through the use of cinematography. The use of an high angle over-the-shoulder connotes weakness which illustrates the female character in a stereotypical way.’ Write out this P.E.E. and underline in coloured pencilP = Your point.E = The evidence.E = What effect does it have on the audience?
  6. 6. Describe Vs. Analyse‘Gender is represented through the use of cinematography. The use of an high angle over-the-shoulder suggests weakness which illustrates the female character in a stereotypical way.’ What are the white words?P = Your point.E = The evidence.E = What effect does it have on the audience?
  7. 7. My writing focus is…• Use P.E.E. structure – L3• Improve my use of terminology / evidence – L3• Improve my explanation – does the stereotype conform or subvert? – L4• Use more analytical language – L4
  8. 8. Analysis/Explanation Marking Criteria Clear analysis of how the technical EX aspects are used to 20 construct the particular representation Understanding of the constructed nature of representation Use of Examples Consistent evidence from the extract offered. Offers frequent EV 20 relevant examples from the extract Terminology Frequent and Accurate use of media terminology T 10
  9. 9. Marking Criteria Point Editing is used to represent gender. In this sequence an eyeline match of cuts from as closeEvidence up of the male character’s eyes to a long shot of an attractive female is used. EV TExplain This reinforces the stereotypical representation of a heterosexual masculine male as this EX suggests he is attracted to the woman.
  10. 10. Editing SoundWeakest area of analysis. Some candidates Was tackled well by some but too muchmaking no reference at all. focus on dialogue.Stronger responses discussed the use 180- Clear distinction between diegetic anddegree rule and continuity editing. non-diegetic sound by some candidates. These candidates also referred to eyelinematches, shot reverse shot, simultaneous Need to address use of music in moreaction and use of ellipsis. detail-tempo, pace, sound bridges and linkAlso some discussed the pace of editing to specifically to representation.represent ageMise-en-scene CinematographyOften very well discussed but at times too Well handled by most with the mostmuch focus on this area. Some entirely confident use of terminology in thisfocused on mise-en-scene area.Concentration on clothing and props butlittle exploration of lighting. Problems for some in just identifying camera shots/angle/position and not linking this to the construction ofMust link to how it constructs representation.representation.
  11. 11. The Hustle Clip• Brain storm notes on board• L3 2 clear PEES• L4 2 clear PEEs discussing range gender / masculinity & feminity, one of which is editing
  12. 12. Edmodo - am7v5t• Edmodo

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