Regional Identity• Note-take 1 x P.E.E. per micro-element (L3)• Note-take 2 x P.E.E. per micro-element (L4)• Develop language used with Regional Identity stereotypes• Develop use of analytical language COMPLETE YOUR PROGRESS GRIDS FOR YOUR DISABILITY HW What is your target? What progress did you make?
City slicker, country bumpkin, Northerner, Southerner N In pairs, sort into columns of four P = Positive N = Negative P Extension: How would you use the micro-element to represent these stereotypes?
Homework: to come up with another three words for each analytical word
Doc Martin – Regional IdentityURBAN / RURAL 1. Watch twice 2. Make notes on all the Micro-elementsCITY / COUNTRYSIDE 3. Write for 15 mins L3 Comment on three micro element mostly that conform L4 Comment on four micro elements with some evidence that subverts stereotypes http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gfYWZzaTBI&feature=related
Doc Martin• MES – Production Design: rural area, fields, village, sparsely populated: conforms with stereotype• Doc Martin – southerner, urban, impatient, snobbish: sound – diegetic dialogue: accent / tone of voice – conforms to the stereotype of some one from the city• Large father: unintelligent – MES: performance – conform