New Spec Resources

Legacy Resources

WeMedia Wednesdays

Useful Materials

DVD & Book Store

Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Set Study Products

Barry Rainsford | Friday July 13, 2018

Categories: GCSE, Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE

Guide Navigation

  • Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Core: Media Representation
  • Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Non-Examined Assessment (NEA)

Files you will need for the lessons

  • New Spec Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE Media Studies: Unit 3: SSP Teacher SOL

These lesson slides focus on Paper 1 Section B

They are accessible to view with a live wifi connection using Safari, Firefox or Internet Explorer.

  • Lesson 1: The Section B Products
  • Lesson 2: Spectre and the film industry
  • Lesson 3: Spectre and regulation
  • Lesson 4: The newspaper industry
  • Lesson 5: The Sun audience
  • Lesson 6: Newspaper regulation
  • Lesson 7: The Sun edition analysis
  • Lesson 8: The Sun website analysis
  • Lesson 9: Pokemon Go!
  • Lesson 10: Video game industry
  • Lesson 11: Regulation of video game industry
  • Lesson 12: Pokemon Go! audience
  • Lesson 13: Pokemon Go! website
  • Lesson 14: The Archers
  • Lesson 15: The BBC audience
  • Lesson 16: The BBC institution
  • Lesson 17: The Archers website

Files you will need to print for the lessons

  • New Spec Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE Media Studies: Unit 3: SSP Student Workbook
  • Eduqas (WJEC) Core Unit 3 SSP Student Images

Please subscribe or log in to access the rest of this resource (including associated media).

This website offers a wealth of enriched content to help you help your students with GCSE & A Level Media. Please subscribe or log in to access this content.

The content of this site has been produced by teachers and examiners. Edusites have similar support sites for English and Film called Edusites English and Edusites Film.

If you would like more information about Edusites Media, get in touch using the contact details below.

Kind regards, Richard Gent
Edusites Ltd

[email] admin@edusites.co.uk
[telephone] 01604 847689
[fax] 01604 843220