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Historical contemporary

  1. 1. How are young people represented inthe trailer for ‘Blackboard Jungle’(1955)?
  2. 2. Comparing Historical and Contemporary Representations of YouthLesson Objectives: To be able to compare historical and contemporarymedia representations of young people.
  3. 3. How are young people represented inthe following film posters?
  4. 4. How are young people represented inthe following film posters?
  5. 5. How are young people represented inthe following film posters?
  6. 6. How are young people represented inthe following film posters?
  7. 7. How are young people represented inthe following film posters?
  8. 8. How are young people represented inthe following film posters?
  9. 9. How are young people represented inthe following film posters?
  10. 10. Comparing Historical and Contemporary Representations of YouthLesson Objectives: To be able to compare historical and contemporarymedia representations of young people.Choose one of these areas to focus on:• 1950s cinema – juvenile delinquent movies• Mods and Rockers• Made in BritainResearch and summarise key points about the representation of young people.Consider key messages, use of signifiers, relevant theorists, significance of therepresentation.
  11. 11. Similarities Differences Comparing Historical and Contemporary Representations of Youth Lesson Objectives: To be able to compare historical and contemporary media representations of young people.
  12. 12. How far does the representation of aparticular social group change overtime? Refer to at least two media inyour answer. Comparing Historical and Contemporary Representations of Youth Lesson Objectives: To be able to compare historical and contemporary media representations of young people.
  13. 13. How far does the representation of a particular social group changeover time? Refer to at least two media in your answer.Essay PlanIntroduction – state argument/focusSection One – Historical RepresentationsSection Two – Contemporary Newspapers – compare to historicalSection Three – Contemporary Film/TV – compare to historicalConclusion – sum up argument, give your opinions, prediction for thefuture Comparing Historical and Contemporary Representations of Youth Lesson Objectives: To be able to compare historical and contemporary media representations of young people.
  14. 14. Write a paragraph comparing onehistorical and one contemporaryrepresentation. Comparing Historical and Contemporary Representations of Youth Lesson Objectives: To be able to compare historical and contemporary media representations of young people.

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