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  1. 1. Reminder! Your exam• Is in two parts• Section A: Critical Perspectives• Section B: We Media
  2. 2. You need to become critics of your own work, you need to show, ‘critical perspective’
  3. 3. What will you be asked in critical perspectives?1a will be on your Skills development fromfoundation to advanced portfolio and couldbe on:1. Digital technology2. Creativity3. Research and planning4. Post production5. Using conventions from real media texts.
  4. 4. • 1b will be on a key concept chosen from1. Genre2. Narrative3. Representation4. Audience5. Language
  5. 5. Today we will focus on 1a Skills development from foundation-advanced• Which skill did you have the most difficulty with and why?• Class graph
  6. 6. Which skill did you find most difficult and why?1. Digital technology2. Creativity3. Research and planning4. Post production5. Using conventions from real media texts.
  7. 7. Task:1. Log on to your completed blog2. Create and print out a 6 frame storyboard in ‘Pages’ of your final products.
  8. 8. Tasks:2. Swop storyboards in the following pairings Katy & Lucy Beth & Harrison Nicole & Louise Isabel & Jess Hannah & Josh Suzie & Jennifer Emily B & Maisie Emily C & Rebecca
  9. 9. Firstly, in pairs agree on your understanding of the skills1. Digital technology2. Creativity3. Research and planning4. Post production5. Using conventions from real media texts
  10. 10. • Post production is a more ambiguous term for some media areas and thus examiners will credit candidates’ ability to demonstrate their understanding of the term in relation to their own work through whichever approach the centre encourages. For example, a centre may treat all manipulation of copy and images as post production in print. For film a centre may consider post production to include editing, sound and effects and for games design a centre may distinguish between production of the game engine and post- production relating to sound and dialogue. The definitions of the term are at the discretion of candidates / centres, but candidates are encouraged to explain their use of the term in their answers in the examination to aid the examiner. From the mark scheme
  11. 11. • 3. Move to your partners computer, review their blog and annotate their storyboard according to the skills you can identify that they have used from each of these skills.1. Digital technology2. Creativity3. Research and planning4. Post production5. Using conventions from real media texts
  12. 12. • 4. Return to your partner and explain how you think their skills have progressed.• 5. You will be assigned an essay title to discuss and plan a response to.
  13. 13. Together look at these previous questions.1. ‘Technology has taken all You need to brainstorm the creativity out of media examples from production’ your foundation and advanced2. ‘A project that is too well portfolios that you can use to answer planned lacks opportunities these for spontaneity and creativity.’ Prepare a 7 point3. ‘Media producers can learn essay plan to present to the rest nothing from studying the of the class conventions of old texts,’
  14. 14. Essay allocation:Katy & Lucy 1 Beth & Harrison 1Nicole & Louise 2 Isabel & Jess 2Hannah & Josh 3 Suzie & Jennifer 3Emily B & Maisie 1Emily C & Rebecca 2
  15. 15. The seven point essay plan• Respond to the quote, explain your use of the term to aid the examiner.• At least five examples, two from foundation, three from advanced.• For each of these offer ‘PEE’• Point-example-explain• Conclusion offering your interpretation of the quote, do you agree or disagree or would you rephrase it?
  16. 16. Person a write the introduction and person b, the conclusion to share with the rest of the class
  17. 17. Which skill will you have mostdifficulty writing about in an exam situation?Have a look at January’s exam and markscheme and prepare your ‘nightmare’question and mark scheme and next lessonwe will work on how you could answer it.
  18. 18. Now have a look at this question from January’s exam• Explain how far your understanding of the conventions of existing media influenced the way you created your own media products.• Refer to a range of examples in your answer to show how this understanding developed over time. [25]
  19. 19. Explain how far your understanding of the conventions of existing media influenced the way you created your own media products. Refer to a range of examples in your answer to show how this understanding developed over time.• Level 3 (16-20 marks)• There is some sense of progression and of how examples have been selected, and some useful descriptions of media conventions.• Progress made is described and evaluated with clarity.• Candidates offer a mostly clear, mostly relevant and reasonable range of examples of media conventions in relation to decisions and outcomes.• The answer makes proficient use of media terminology throughout, with research, planning and production terms handled very well.• Relatively straightforward ideas have been expressed with some clarity and fluency. Arguments are generally relevant, though may stray from the point of the question. There will be some errors of spelling, punctuation and grammar but these are unlikely to be intrusive or obscure meaning.• Level 4 (21-25 marks)• There is a clear sense of progression and of how examples have been selected, and a range of articulate reflections on media conventions.• There is a fluent evaluation of progress made over time. Candidates offer a broad range of specific, relevant and clear examples of media conventions in relation to decisions and outcomes.• The use of media terminology and research, planning and production terms is excellent.
  20. 20. Critical Perspectives Exam
  21. 21. How could you apply the AOs to your portfolios?

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