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Lessons 1 & 2 intro to Media Studies

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  • 1. Media Studies AS Welcome & overview

2. Media Studies Welcome 3. About us

  • Who am I?
  • Who are you?
  • Tell the person on your left something about yourself

4. 5. Media Studies

  • What is it all about?
  • Communication in the modern world
  • Information
    • Factual
    • Non factual
  • Emotions

6. Communication

  • Printed word
  • Books
  • Magazines
  • Newspapers
  • Online
  • Advertising
  • TXT

7. Communication

  • Sound
  • Music
  • Phones
  • Soundtrack to video image

8. Communication

  • Images still
  • Photographs
  • Drawings
  • Moving images
  • TV
  • Cinema
  • DVD
  • Online
  • YouTube

9. Emotional response 10. Focus

  • You are digital citizens
  • Think about your lives - identify digital elements

11. Task

  • Complete the student profile form
  • You have 5 minutes

12. Media Studies AS Course content 13. Course overview

  • 9 lessons per fortnight
    • 6 lessons KLD
    • 3 lessons HCC
  • Assessment
    • 50% practical portfolio
    • 50% exam

14. Foundation portfolio

  • At Netherhall we take the moving image options
  • We simply cannot do everything
  • Therefore we make videos for the practical portfolio

15. Foundation Portfolio

  • Marked /100
    • 90 A*
    • 80 A
    • 70 B
    • 60 C
    • 50 D
    • 40 E

16. Foundation Portfolio

  • 2 parts
    • Preliminary task
    • Main task
  • Work in groups of 3
  • Work assessed via blog
  • netherhallmedia .com

17. 18. Foundation Portfolio

  • Preliminary task
  • A short video in which
    • Someone enters a room
    • Has a conversation with another character
    • Aim is to demonstrate basic technical skills
  • Worth 15 marks/100
  • No grading - simple pass or fail

19. Foundation Portfolio

  • Main task
  • A 2 minute opening sequence of a movie, to include
  • Evidence of planning
  • Technical skills
  • Creative skills
  • Titling
  • Soundtrack
  • Evaluation
  • Fully graded

20. Exam - Key Media Concepts TV Drama

  • You view an extract of a TV drama under exam conditions 4 times
  • You analyse the extract for
  • Technical content
  • The way in which it creates the understanding in the audience
  • Represents 50% of exam mark

21.

  • One compulsory essay question covering
  • The role of media in society
  • Impact of new media technologies today and in the future
  • Relationship between audience, the media product and the consumer
  • Uses Newspapers as a case study model
  • 50% of exam marks

Exam - Key Media Concepts Institutions and Audiences 22. Handbook

  • We
  • Provide the handbook file
  • Require you to get a file
    • Keep your papers in it
    • Keep it up to date
    • Bring it to all lessons

23. Textbook

  • We do not supply a textbook
  • There are copies
  • You can buy your own (advised)

24. Media Equipment

  • We have
  • Digital cameras
  • Video cameras
  • Tripods
  • Sound equipment
  • USB keyboards

25. Media Equipment Terms and Condition

  • Equipment can be pre-booked
  • You are responsible for loss and damage
  • You will be given a media card which is your signing out card
  • All equipment MUST be returned at the agreed time
  • Access to equipment can be withdrawn
  • You can use your own equipment, but no guarantees that it is compatible with school ICT

26. Deadlines

  • Set clear deadlines
  • Penalties for non delivery
  • Will not be marked
  • U grade awarded
  • Letter will go home
  • Deliver on time
  • Written and verbal feedback
  • How to improve
  • Grades

27. Foundation Portfolio Term 1

  • Evaluation of main task

December

  • Filming and pre-editing main task
  • Completing main task

November

  • Preliminary task
  • Preliminary task completion
  • Preparatory learning for main task

October

  • Introduction
  • Key skills
  • Practice task

September 28. Foundation Portfolio Term 2 & 3

  • Music video - preparation for A2

Summerfrom half term

  • Revision
  • Exams

Summer To half term

  • Newspapers - case studies

Springfrom half term

  • Feedback and remedial action on coursework
  • Introduction to Newspapers

Springto half term 29. Media File/workbook/handbook

  • Always bring it
  • Review it
  • Use it

30. Taking notes

  • Date
  • Aim/title
  • Content
    • Notes
    • Text
    • Frawings
    • Mind maps
  • Action points

31. Media Files- homework

  • Read the content carefully
    • Do you understand it?
    • Is it OK?

32. Media Studies AS Welcome & overview