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GCSE Media Action Adventire Lesson 1 - Intro to the course


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GCSE Media Studies, Action Adventure, SOW, Yr 11, OCR

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GCSE Media Action Adventire Lesson 1 - Intro to the course

  1. 1. Write a list or draw a mind map Film genres How many can you think of in 3 mins?
  2. 2. Thursday, 06 March 2014 LOs: To understand aims of the unit To begin to define the codes and conventions of particular genres
  3. 3. Course outline There are three parts to the course: • B321 – Individual portfolio • B323 – The exam • B324 – Production portfolio
  4. 4. The exam… …will focus on two topics: • Action Adventure films and Sitcom comedy We will be focusing on action adventure first.
  5. 5. Key Concepts Institution Audience Representation You must use media Language
  6. 6. The Exam •1 hour 45 mins •It will be in June •The tasks are unseen •There is no Higher or Foundation paper •The exam is marked out of 80 •There are 3 questions on action adventure films (worth 50 marks) and 2 questions on TV comedy (worth 30)
  7. 7. Aims of this unit • • • • Define the Action Adventure Genre Identify Sub-Genres Examine genre codes and conventions Analyse representations of characters and location and actions
  8. 8. 3 Questions In your groups discuss the following: 1. What is media? Your group will need to provide me with an agreed definition. 2. a) What is ‘new media’? b) Has it changed audience consumption? If so, how? 3. Why is the media so powerful?
  9. 9. Codes and Conventions
  10. 10. Film posters • You’ve all been given film posters. • In your groups you need to decide what film genre they belong to by looking at the codes and conventions.
  11. 11. Activity 1) Using the Film Posters in front of you, fill in as much information as you can on the table on the other side of this sheet. Different genres will use different colours, pictures, etc. 2) Then if, and when, you finish, you need to use that information to help you draw/sketch a poster for an action adventure film in your books using the following storyline to help you: “An elite CIA team track a killer in Antarctica, as the sun is about to set for six months”. On the poster make sure you use appropriate colours, fonts, words, titles, images etc.
  12. 12. Plenary • Without hesitating tell me one thing that you have learnt this lesson.