Year10 17/4/08
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  • 1. AQA GCSE Media Studies COURSEWORK EXAM 4 Pieces. For one you plan & create a media production. The other 3 can be written or practical or a mixture of both One ‘timed test’ (3 hrs). This will be on And you will get some info beforehand 50% 50% 120marks 100 marks
  • 2. The Coursework Burger: Analysis of an existing media text (eg: an actual film trailer) Your media text (eg: your film trailer) Evaluation/ commentary on your media text.
  • 3. A.P.E.
  • 4. Period 3:
    • Last chance to add finishing touches to your trailer
    • After this period, we will be starting to burn them to a DVD
    • If you are happy with it, do a final save and start/ continue your evaluation
    • Ask me for the help sheet for this task
  • 5. Period 4:
    • Complete evaluations
    • Complete, improve, add to your analysis of the actual film trailers (‘The Cottage’, ‘The Happening’ or ‘Speed Racer’)
    • Make sure I have a print out of your film poster(s)
    • Add some comments on your evaluation referring to the poster you created, as this is all part of the promotional material for your film
  • 6. Period 5: We will be starting the ‘TV Unit’…
  • 7. Analysis:
    • Discuss the audience for the film trailer – who is likely to watch and enjoy it, and then see the film?
    • Discuss and analyse the film language used, ie: the camera shots, movement, sound, transitions, title cards, special efects, animation, etc… What is the EFFECT?
    • Explain how any people, places or events are represented (check your books for help)
    • Institutions: what companies make/ distribute the film? Who makes film trailers? See my help sheet for this section
    • Approximately 150-200 words
    LOOK BACK AT THE NOTES IN YOUR BOOK FROM SEPTEMBER/ OCTOBER!
  • 8. Objectives:
    • To begin to explore ‘television’ as a form of mass media
    • To understand the huge variety of channels and programmes now available
  • 9. What does this refer to?
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  • 10. What about this?
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  • 11. Watch the ‘compilation’ DVD:
    • Identify the various genres
    • Name the programmes you recognise
    • What various audiences are catered for in this ‘compilation’?
  • 12. Now:
    • Choose a distinct TV genre
    • ‘ Break it down’ into key elements
    • Define the target audience for this genre
    • List as many programmes (and likely channels to show them) as you can
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  • 14. LOOK AT THE TV GUIDE PROVIDED CHOOSE A PARTICULAR CHANNEL LIST A 3 HOUR ‘BLOCK’ OF ITS PROGRAMMES THEN, CHOOSE ANOTHER CHANNEL AND DO THE SAME (SAME ‘BLOCK’) WHAT DOES THIS TELL YOU ABOUT THE SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE AUDIENCES?
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  • 16. Your Task:
    • Devise a new TV channel
    • Come up with a name and tag-line
    • Define your audience