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OCR J200 GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Core: Media Audience

Barry Rainsford | Monday May 21, 2018

Categories: GCSE, OCR GCSE

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  • OCR J200 GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Close Study Products
  • OCR J200 GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Non-Examined Assessment (NEA)

Files you will need for the lessons

  • OCR J200 GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Media Audience Teacher SOL

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  • OCR Core Unit 3 Media Audience Introduction
  • Lesson 1: Introducing key ideas
  • Lesson 2: Introducing key ideas
  • Lesson 3: Size matters
  • Lesson 4: Who Am I?
  • Lesson 5: Profiling
  • Lesson 6: Applying research
  • Lesson 7: The Effects debate
  • Lesson 8: The Effects debate
  • Lesson 9: The Effects debate
  • Lesson 10: Two-Step Flow Theory
  • Lesson 11: Imaginary Entities
  • Lesson 12: Uses and Gratification Model
  • Lesson 13: Uses and Gratification Model
  • Lesson 14: Reception Theory
  • Lesson 15: Reception Theory
  • Lesson 16: Fragmented Audience
  • Lesson 17: Fragmented Audience
  • Lesson 18: Media today - Moral Panics
  • Lesson 19: Media today
  • Lesson 20: Media today

Files you will need to print for the lessons

  • OCR GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Media Audience Workbook Student
  • Eduqas (WJEC) GCSE Media Studies Unit 3 Media Audience Workbook Student Images

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