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    • GCSE in Media Studies
      Option for KS4
    • Three major topics
      documentaries
      moving image
      print production
    • documentaries – c/w 30%
      comparative analysis – essay
      media language
      representation
      practical project:
      planning,
      construction
      and evaluation
    • moving images – exam 40%
      action film
      media language
      genre
      representation.
      tv comedy
      institutions and audiences
    • print production – c/w 30%
      research
      planning
      construction
      evaluation
      &
      audience
      institutions
      media Language
      genre
    • What you will learn - 1
      Develop enquiry, critical thinking and decision-making skills through the study of media texts, audiences and institutions
      Develop your appreciation and critical understanding of the media and its role in your daily lives
    • What you will learn - 2
      Develop your practical skills through opportunities for personal engagement and creativity
      Understand how to use media key concepts to analyse media texts and their contexts.
    • We have fun too!
      Visits to the cinema
      Watch films
      Play computer games
      Watch TV
      Guest speakers
      Make documentaries on mobile phones
      Design computer game marketing
      Discuss everything from the latest movies to politics and religion