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  • 1. Theoretical Evaluation of Production Question 1b Analyse one of your coursework productions in relation to the concept of narrative.
  • 2. Narrative structure: Four sections or chapters could be referred to • Section 1 – opening – identifying the issue, a ‘contents’ section perhaps? eg ‘we spoke to…’
  • 3. • Section 2 – Close examination of case studies – witness statements/opinions
  • 4. • Section 3 – Expert commentary – intercut with images of…
  • 5. • Section 4 – Oppositional commentary – eg ‘However, others think…
  • 6. • Technical codes – editing, fades to black to differentiate sections • Symbolic codes – shots of college to indicate a place of learning, with educated people involved, more? • Verbal codes – voiceover (V/O)scripting and narration, witness statements from experts and vox pops • Character – without drama doc conventions in your documentary, this doesn’t really apply • Narrative conflict – opposition to the debates/issues • Structure – all of the above
  • 7. • Technical codes – editing, fades to black to differentiate sections • Symbolic codes – shots of college to indicate a place of learning, with educated people involved, more? • Verbal codes – voiceover (V/O)scripting and narration, witness statements from experts and vox pops • Character – without drama doc conventions in your documentary, this doesn’t really apply • Narrative conflict – opposition to the debates/issues • Structure – all of the above

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