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WJEC GCSE Media Studies Film Trailers and Film Posters Specimen Paper Mark Scheme

Rob Miller | Friday December 04, 2015

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Thinking about the Media – Investigating (Film Trailers) and Planning (Film Posters)

  • A01: Recall, select, and communicate their knowledge and understanding of media products and the contexts in which they are produced and consumed
  • A02: Analyse and respond to media texts/topics using media key concepts and appropriate terminology
  • A03: Demonstrate research, planning and presentational skills
  • A04: Construct and evaluate their own products using creative and technical skills

Question 1 (a) 4 marks

A02: Analyse and respond to media texts/topics using media key concepts and appropriate terminology

  • 2 marks for each camera shot. Description of camera shot without using appropriate terminology accurately.

Question 1(b) 6 marks

A02: Analyse and respond to media texts/topics using media key concepts and appropriate terminology

Level 1 (0-2):

  • Basic description of camera shot using only one example.
  • Higher marks for explanation and comment. Quality of written communication is basic.
  • Minimal evidence of organisation or appropriate presentation of information.
  • Inaccuracies in spelling, punctuation and grammar.
  • Minimal, if any, use of media key concepts with minimal, if any, use of appropriate terminology.

Level 2 (3-4):

  • Explanation of both camera shots and why they are used emerging. Higher mark available for detailed explanation of why they are used.
  • Quality of written communication is sufficient to make meaning clear.
  • Evidence of organisation and appropriate presentation of information.
  • Inaccuracies in spelling, punctuation and grammar not prominent.
  • Use of media key concepts and appropriate terminology.

Level 3 (5):

  • Good explanation of why the two camera shots were used, beginning to link with the construction of meaning for audiences e.g. understanding character.
  • Quality of written communication is effective and makes meaning clear.
  • Clear evidence of effective organisation and appropriate presentation of information.
  • Reasonable accuracy in...

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