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  • 1. STARTERWhat is skill? Write a definition.Dictionary Definitions:• The ability to do something well; expertise.• A developed talent or ability(Taken from http://www.thefreedictionary.com/skill &http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/skill)
  • 2. A2 Media - G325 Section AFocus on Q1a - Skills Development
  • 3. Today’s LessonToday you will be exploring the areas of skilldevelopment that you will need to write about inthe first section of your summer exam.By the end of the lesson you will:• be able to describe the basic requirements of the summer exam• have created a poster presentation, working with a small group, that covers one area of skills development.
  • 4. The ExamSection A: Theoretical Evaluation of Production(50 marks, 25 marks per question)This section is made up of two questions:Question 1(a) requires you to describe and evaluate your skillsdevelopment over the course of your production work, fromFoundation Portfolio to Advanced Portfolio. The question will requireyou to adapt this to one or two specific areas from the following:• Digital Technology• Research and planning• Post-production• Using conventions from real media texts• Creativity
  • 5. Example Paper
  • 6. The ExamSection A: Theoretical Evaluation of Production(50 marks, 25 marks per question)This section is made up of two questions:Question 1(b) requires you to select one production (main taskor ancillary) and evaluate it in relation to a media concept thatcould be any of the following:• Genre• Narrative• Representation• Audience• Media language
  • 7. Example Paper
  • 8. Just to check you have been paying attention...• Question 1(a) requires you to describe and evaluate your ______ ___________.• Question 1 (b) requires you to evaluate ___ of your media products in relation to a media _______.
  • 9. Just to check you have been paying attention...• Question 1(a) requires you to describe and evaluate your skills development.• Question 1 (b) requires you to evaluate one of your media products in relation to a media concept.
  • 10. What are media skills?• Discuss this with the person sitting next to you and come up with as many examples of media skills as you can.• Take it in turns to add your ideas to a class spider diagram on the white board.
  • 11. List 3 media skills that you now have.123• Can you make them more specific?• Can you quantify them – what level of skill do you have for each?• Can qualify them - what can you do that demonstrates this skill?
  • 12. Group Poster Presentation TaskRemember, question 1(a) requires you to consider yourskills development in relation to:• D...?• R...?• P...?• U...?• C...?.
  • 13. Group Poster Presentation TaskRemember, question 1(a) requires you to consider yourskills development in relation to:• Digital Technology• Research and planning• Post-production• Using conventions from real media texts• CreativityTo help you understand what you need to discuss for eacharea, you will work in pairs to create a poster, focusing onone of these areas, and present it to the rest of the class.
  • 14. Group Poster Presentation Task• Digital Technology• Research and planning• Post-production• Using conventions from real media texts• CreativityYour poster must include the following:1. A definition2. What you did for your coursework that comes under this category.3. Examples of skills you may have in this area.4. Images to illustrate all of the above.
  • 15. New Blog page A2 Exam1. Set up an A2 Media Exam page.2. Create sub-blogs for Exam Section A Q1a, 1b and Exam Section B, Regulation and We Media3. Ensure that the information from this lesson is on your blog.