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2011-2014 OCR AS Media Studies Scheme of Work

Rob Miller | Tuesday December 06, 2011

Categories: A Level, OCR A Level, OCR AS, Film, Film Industry, Key Concepts, Institutions, Media Language, Representation & Stereotyping, Hot Entries, Television, Television Drama


  • G321 Foundation Portfolio in Media (50%) and G322 Key Media Concepts (50%)
  • G322 Section A: TV Drama (52%) and Section B: Film Industry (50%) - 32 Week Scheme of Work


  • OCR A Level Media Studies Overview


  • OCR AS Media Studies SOW 2011-2014.doc
  • OCR AS Media Studies Film Coursework.doc


  • Media Language, Forms and Conventions (Media Language, Representation, Genre, Narrative)
  • Film Industry Institution
  • TV Drama and Representation
  • Research, Planning and Responding to a Brief
  • Pre Production, Planning, Production
  • Evaluation


  • Textual Analysis, Communication Skills, Note Taking, Group Work, Identifying & Understanding Key Concepts across a range of Media
  • Understanding Production, Distribution, Exhibition, Audiences and Technology
  • Understanding Key Terminology and Concepts as related a TV Drama
  • Primary and Secondary Research Skills, Interpretation and Response
  • Constructing Media Artefacts using Technology - Technical and Creative Skills
  • Self-Reflective Critical Skills

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