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Marking breakdown

  1. 1. Media Studies EXAM PREPARATION UNIT G325CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES IN MEDIA
  2. 2.  Your answer must provide evidence in the following areas:1. Explanation/analysis/argument (10 marks)(EAA)2. Use of examples (10 marks)(EG)3. Use of terminology (10 marks)(TERM)Marking Criteria-Section A
  3. 3.  You are marked out of levels There are 4 levels Level 1 = 0-7 marks Level 2 = 8-12 marks Level 3 = 13-17 marks Level 4 = 18-25 marksBreakdown of Marks-Section A
  4. 4. Answer is: descriptive limited clarity Limited evaluation of progress Examples are partly relevant Minimal use of terminology Simple ideas expressed Example of limited clarity‘We got together in our group and worked on a project’LEVEL 1 – 0-7 marks
  5. 5.  Response is mostly clear Narrow range of examples with basic discussion of their relevance Account of progress is limited Basic use of terminology Example of narrow range of examples‘For the assignment we made a film as a preliminary to making a website’Level 2 – 8-12
  6. 6.  Some sense of progress and how examples have been selected Useful descriptions Evaluated with clarity Relevant and reasonable range of examples Proficient use of terminology Ideas have been expressed with clarity and fluency Some errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar but unlikely to be intrusive or obscure meaning Example of useful description’‘At the start of this course I wasn’t sure how to research or plan my work effectively but through the use of books, internet and independent research my planning skills have deveopedLevel 3 – 13-17
  7. 7.  Articulate reflections Clear sense of progression Fluent evaluation of progress Broad range of specific, relevant and clear examples Excellent use of terminology Complex issues have been expressed clearly and fluently Sentences and paragraphs, consistently relevant.Level 4 – 18-25
  8. 8.  Response attempts to relate production to basic understanding of the concept Limited clarity Incomplete or partly convincing Few, if any examples offeredSection A-Question 1b).LEVEL1 – 0-7
  9. 9.  Mainly descriptive Basic account Basic understanding of theoretical context Narrow range of example are described some may be relevant Basic use of terminology Simple ideas expressed Some errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar may impede readers understandingLevel 2 – 8-12
  10. 10.  Relates media theory to own productions Convincing examples with proficient explanation Proficient use of terminology Straightforward ideas have been expressed clearly and fluently Arguments are relevant Some errors in spelling, punctuation and grammarLevel 3 – 13-17
  11. 11.  Clear understanding of the concept and relevant application of media theory Broad range of specific, relevant, interesting and clear examples relating to specific concept Complex ideas have been expressed clearly and fluently Sentences and paragraphs, consistently relevant, have been well structured Appropriate terminologyLevel 4 – 18-25
  12. 12. A = 80-100 B = 70-79 C = 60-69 D = 50-59 E = 40-49 U = 0-39GRADE BOUNDARIES
  13. 13.  When marking the paper you are to focus on: EAA EG TERM

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