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  • 1. Resources
  • 2. all linked on the conference blog
  • 3. Aberystwyth film blogsfilm a week for 8 weeks
  • 4. Blogs need to show a journeyof research and planning leading to construction
  • 5. Evaluation= Creative Reflection
  • 6. NOT
  • 7. X
  • 8. Presenting work
  • 9. YES!
  • 10. 56 posts- very positive!
  • 11. Evaluation• critical, creative reflection• enable different skills to be assessed• allows responses in different ways
  • 12. Marking standards
  • 13. • still too generous, especially on construction• for Level 4 must be genuinely excellent (as below)
  • 14. G322 AS Exam
  • 15. won’t always be gender! Section A
  • 16. 2013 exam (and thereafter) can be a US Drama
  • 17. Section B
  • 18. examples should be contemporary
  • 19. G325 A2 exam
  • 20. 1a
  • 21. what can come up
  • 22. digital 1a creativity technology Text conventionsresearch post- of real media production
  • 23. what should be considered
  • 24. all development all skillsproduction over timework Textprocess examples reflection
  • 25. points to remember
  • 26. practice write keep all five aboutrecords topics all work from Student! start practice Text to time to now processprepare forcrossover and examplesquestions progress
  • 27. January exam:level 4 response on digital technology and creativity (download pdf from conference blog)
  • 28. good intro programtechniquewhy used Terms what done why
  • 29. technology what done why impactanother program term how usedAbsences: specific reference to creativity- but implied throughout; references to online use; more achievement than reflection
  • 30. 1b
  • 31. what can come up
  • 32. representation narrative1b Text mediagenre audience language
  • 33. what should be considered
  • 34. one choose production1b in advance Textadapt to analyse NOT aboutthe finished processquestion text
  • 35. points to remember
  • 36. have two apply to practice critical finished all fivepositions text conceptscritical The practicedistance Work to Text timeanalyse each main taskothers’ work works best examples
  • 37. January exam:level 4 response on narrative (pdf on blog)
  • 38. Introresearch on narrative;terminology more terminology
  • 39. ref to theory and anothermore key terms But not wholly integrated and written more as if the videowas made to fit the theory rather than a distanced analysis of the finished text
  • 40. Section B Media in the Online Age Collective Identity WeMedia and Democracy Global MediaContemporary Media Regulation Postmodernism
  • 41. EgyptWeMedia and Democracy Online Age Global Media Collective Identity
  • 42. Lady GagaPostmodernism Regulation Online Age
  • 43. Call of DutyPostmodernism Regulation Online Age
  • 44. Dream SchoolCollective Identity Online age
  • 45. Alan Partridge Online Age
  • 46. answer the question setchoose the one that suits best
  • 47. One hour: 50 marks EAA 20, EG 20, T10examples from two media or more
  • 48. past, PRESENT and future
  • 49. at least two critics/theoristsexplained and appliedchallenge the theory!
  • 50. Explain the theory accuratelyAnalyse the ideasMake an argumentSupport with EXAMPLES

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