SCHEDULE• Mini Presentation          Monday 21st Jan• Folder check               Monday 28th Jan• 1st draft script & cat  ...
WHAT YOU NEED TO HAND IN
SCRIPT STRUCTURE• It may be easier to approach the writing of  your script by turning your statement into a  question – an...
SCRIPT STRUCTURE• INTRODUCTION• Part 1: Aims of your presentation – set up your argument/case (Why did  you choose the top...
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO NOW• Ensure that you are able to break down your  statement/ question into ‘chunks’ bite sized  pieces...
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO NOW• Log your research using pages 14 - 17 of the booklet to  help you – you need to assess how useful...
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO NOW• Start constructing your Presentation Script use  pages 18-20 of the booklet to help you• Also ref...
PRESENTATION: MONDAY 21ST JAN• Explain how you intend to break down your  investigation• Why is your focus film so signifi...
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  • Go through the mark scheme together with the example scripts and annotated catalogues and the Small Scale booklet Booklet pgs 3, 15-20Script structureWhat they are being marked on (mark scheme)Organisation of folder how this links to the Annotated Catalogue and assists with markingThe importance of primary research no higher than a D without it
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    1. 1. SCHEDULE• Mini Presentation Monday 21st Jan• Folder check Monday 28th Jan• 1st draft script & cat Friday 31st Jan At least 7 hrs class time up to this point• Presentations (2nd drafts) Week commencing and folder hand in Mon 11th Feb• Working on final Week commencing improvements Mon 25th Feb• FINAL HAND IN Monday 4th March At least 13 hrs class time up to this point
    2. 2. WHAT YOU NEED TO HAND IN
    3. 3. SCRIPT STRUCTURE• It may be easier to approach the writing of your script by turning your statement into a question – and then approaching it as an essay• BUT… In no way should your presentation read like an essay
    4. 4. SCRIPT STRUCTURE• INTRODUCTION• Part 1: Aims of your presentation – set up your argument/case (Why did you choose the topic/issue? Why do you find it interesting?) Try you reference research material• Part 2: What is your focus film? Why? What are your additional films? Why? (The ‘why’ make sure to link it back to the usefulness these film have to your research title and/ or how you came across them)• Part 3: What you intend to cover in the presentation• MAIN SECTION• Part 4: Present your argument/ case – referring to clips of films, primary and secondary research to back up your points. Discuss unexpected/ expected directions your research took you on.• CONCLUSION• Part 5: What conclusions have you come to? What have found interesting about researching your topic? If you have drawn no conclusions (a solid answer) why not?
    5. 5. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO NOW• Ensure that you are able to break down your statement/ question into ‘chunks’ bite sized pieces (key ideas) that can be address through your presentation serve as the structure• You should have already done this but, due to added research you should be able to amend and improve
    6. 6. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO NOW• Log your research using pages 14 - 17 of the booklet to help you – you need to assess how useful the information you have gathers is. Has it enhanced your research? How?• After doing this you should be able to start categorising the research you have e.g. journals, internet, magazines etc.• Ensure you do the task at the bottom of pg15• What deselected material do you have – why was it of no use remember this contributes to your mark• You should now be able to asses if you need to go back to the BFI
    7. 7. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO NOW• Start constructing your Presentation Script use pages 18-20 of the booklet to help you• Also refer to the example scripts and annotated catalogues for some assistance
    8. 8. PRESENTATION: MONDAY 21ST JAN• Explain how you intend to break down your investigation• Why is your focus film so significant to the investigation• To what extent has your secondary research been useful/informative/insightful? – share quotes• What primary research have you conducted and how has this contributed to overall investigation? – share quotes• To share with Mrs Raji – a list of possible film clips you want to show and why. A plan of how you will make your presentation interesting!

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