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Legacy WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV News & News Websites Teaching Guide

Barry Rainsford | Tuesday December 12, 2017

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

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  • Legacy WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV News & News Websites Online Slides
  • Legacy WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV News & News Websites Student Workbook
  • Legacy WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV News & News Websites Images Appendix
  • Legacy WJEC GCSE Media Studies TV News & News Websites Glossary

Purpose

The purpose of this unit is not to tell anyone ‘what you must do’ or ‘this is the way that you must do it’. The work here is based on over twenty years of teaching Media Studies at A level and KS4 in a very large (2,500 pupils) urban comprehensive in what was once described as one of the most deprived areas in the UK. It is based both on my own teaching and in leading non-specialist staff, usually fresh from their teaching courses, with no Media Studies background.

Teaching This Unit

The purpose of this unit is not to tell anyone ‘what you must do’ or ‘this is the way that you must do it’. The work here is based on over twenty years of teaching Media Studies at A level and KS4 in a very large (2,500 pupils) urban comprehensive in what was once described as one of the most deprived areas in the UK. It is based both on my own teaching and in leading non-specialist staff, usually fresh from their teaching courses, with no Media Studies background.

This resource pack contains everything necessary to teach 22 sessions that will prepare your students to respond to the WJEC examination. Depending on your own levels of experience, expertise, confidence in both your teaching or in teaching this specification you may follow the sessions line by line or adapt the material to suit your needs and those of your students.

For each session, I have used examples from...


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