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Legacy WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV News & News Websites Student Workbook

Barry Rainsford | Friday December 11, 2015

Categories: GCSE, Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE, WJEC GCSE Media Studies, News, News Websites, Television News, Television, News (Television)

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Introduction

This booklet is to support the preparation for the unit examination for WJEC GCSE Media. This workbook will enable you to work through the series of sessions led by your teacher and help you to start thinking about the kinds of tasks you will be asked to undertake once in the final examination.

As part of the work it is expected that you will be preparing case studies on both TV News and Website News by studying news bulletins on both national and local TV stations and reading website news media. For this, you will be working independently with some teacher support to prepare to answer the four questions in Section A of the examination and the tasks in Section B which will require you producing a media product related to Website News.

The final section of the workbook provides a series of possible research activities, some practice tasks and a glossary of relevant terms.

All of this material has been used in a large examination centre and proven very successful in preparing students of all abilities for examinations in Media Studies.

You will use this material for stimulus and to consider the media issues but will be writing the responses up in your exercise book or folder. These will be a vital part of your revision and research.

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