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2014 WJEC GCSE Media Studies 2-Year TV Crime Drama Scheme

Rob Miller | Thursday January 24, 2013

Categories: GCSE, Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE, WJEC GCSE Media Studies, Key Concepts, Audience, Genre, Ideology, Institutions, Media Language, Narrative, Representation & Stereotyping, Hot Entries, Television, Television Crime Drama

Scheme

  • Unit 1 - Section A: Thinking about the Media: Investigating TV Crime Drama
  • Unit 1 - Section B: Thinking about the Media: Magazines
  • Unit 2 - Creating for the Media: Investigating and Planning (Controlled Assessment)
  • 2014 WJEC GCSE Media Studies 2-Year TV Crime Drama Scheme.doc

Associated Resources

  • Lewis Case Study
  • CSI Case Study
  • New Tricks Case Study
  • Heat Magazine Case Study
  • The Big Issue Magazine Case Study
  • WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV Crime Drama Mock Exam 2014.docx
  • WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV Crime Drama Mock Exam Mark Scheme 2014.docx
  • WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV Crime Drama Mock Exemplar Response 1 2014.docx
  • WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV Crime Drama Mock Exemplar Response 2 2014.docx

Concepts

  • Visual / Aural Language - Semiotics
  • TV Crime Drama Genre Conventions, Narrative
  • History of TV Crime Drama
  • The Television Industry
  • Teaching Magazines
  • Revision
  • Textual Investigations - Film Genre / Women’s Magazines
  • Research and Planning, Production, Evaluation

Skills

  • Analysis, Skills of Deconstruction, Note Taking, Group Work
  • Identifying Iconography, Narrative Theory and Structure, Planning Exam Questions
  • Note Taking, Presentation and Communication Skills
  • Higher Order Thinking - Holistic Analysic, Linking Skills (with Industry)
  • Theory Into Practice, Understanding Key Terminology and Debate
  • Creativity, Design and Layout, Consolidating Industry and Theory, Deconstruction
  • Exam Practice, Techniques, Study Skills
  • Comparative Analysis, Research and Investigation, ICT Skills
  • Research, Planning, Creative, Technical, Evaluative and Communication Skills

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