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Below is an analysis of three music artists to assist research for MS4, Music Industry. For details of alternative artists, and a breakdown of admin related to the unit please see MediaEdu’s MS4 Music Pack: Beyonce, One Direction and Green Day.
WJEC permit one historical case study only from three chosen texts and The Beatles will be this first case study, also evidencing a British band that has received commercial, global success. AC/DC are...[ read full article ] »
Categories: A Level, WJEC A Level, WJEC A2, WJEC A2 Media Studies, Hot Entries, Music, British Pop Music, Fan Websites, Music Distribution, Music Industry, Music Promotion, The Press, New Media, Convergence, Internet, Social Networking, Synergy, Theory, Misc Theory
The purpose of this pack is to provide a research platform for students and teachers of MS4 by exploring key potential exam areas of questioning – a useful balance of Music Artists includes a global performer (Beyonce), a British/Irish artist (One Direction) and a more independent case study or at least, reflecting more an indie genre (Green Day).
When studying or teaching MS4, a balance of artists and genres allows for comparative textual study...[ read full article ] »
Categories: GCSE, AQA GCSE, Key Concepts, Audience, Genre, Institutions, Media Language, Representation & Stereotyping, Hot Entries, Magazines, Music Press, Online Magazines, Music, Fan Websites, The Press, New Media, Convergence, Website Analysis, Social Networking Analysis, Web Pages
Drowned in Sound is an independent, online music magazine that has been described as a cross between exactly that, a blog and a music social networking site. Founded by 18 year old entrepreneur, Sean Adams in 2000 it started life in 1998 as an e mail music fanzine called The Last Resort. Sean Adams re-launched it as DIS and is still the current editor and part shareholder. Although...[ read full article ] »
Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, AQA AS, Advertising, Viral Advertising, Key Concepts, Audience, Genre, Media Language, Narrative, Representation & Stereotyping, Hot Entries, Music, Fan Websites, Music Distribution, Music Industry, Music Promotion, Music Video, New Media, Convergence, Digital Media, Integration, Internet, Social Networking, Making Money, New Technologies, Website Analysis, Social Networking Analysis, Web Pages
Lady Gaga – Sony Music Entertainment | Universal Music Group
For your AQA AS Media Studies Cross Media Study you are required to understand a range of texts across 3 different media platforms – Broadcasting, E Media and Print with notions of institution underpinning the background to production e.g. funding, ownership, use of technology and distribution.
Exam questions often directly ask students to examine how institutions are represented across the three platforms.
This...[ read full article ] »
Associated Resources (by Rob Miller)
- Katy Perry Star Site.doc
- Music Industry Fan Site Sample Deconstruction: http://www.katyfan.com.doc
- Music Industry Product Site Sample Deconstruction: http://www.kerrang.com.doc
- Music Industry Social Networking Site Sample Deconstruction: Jay Z.doc
- Music Industry Star Site Sample Deconstruction: http://www.rollingstones.com.doc
Categories: GCSE, WJEC GCSE, WJEC GCSE Media Studies, Hot Entries, Music, British Pop Music, Fan Websites, Music Distribution, Music Promotion, Music Video, The Press, Production Zone, Print Production, Video Production
This page should provide you with an index to the information we have on Edusites Media which relates directly to the 2012 WJEC GCSE Media Studies External Assessment on Music: Industry Websites & Magazines.
This page also contains external links to support materials on the WJEC site.
- WJEC GCSE Media Studies Unit 1 Scheme of Work: Music | Industry Websites | Magazines
- Understanding The Music Industry & Music Industry Websites
- Music Industry Fan...
- WJEC GCSE Media Studies 2012 Unit 1 SoW - Music.doc
- WJEC GCSE Media Studies Music: Industry Websites & Magazines Overview
- Visual/Aural language - Semiotics
- Music Genre Codes and Conventions and Narrative
- History of Popular Music
- Representation in Music Websites and Music Videos
- The Music Industry
- Music Magazines
- Analysis, skills of Deconstruction, Note taking, Group work
- Identifying iconography, narrative theory and...
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Click on the link below to download a mock exam and mark scheme for WJEC GCSE Media Studies Pop Videos & Fan Websites.
- WJEC GCSE Media Studies Music Videos & Fan Websites Mock Exam.doc
- WJEC GCSE Media Studies Music Videos and Fan Websites Mock Exam Mark Scheme.doc
In Term 3 of Year 9, we introduce the students to Pop Bands & The Music Industry. The students are required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding by researching and analysing existing pop bands, CD covers, promo videos and tour posters. They are helped to develop their understanding of musical genres and how this affects a band’s actual and perceived/projected identity. The students then use this newly acquired knowledge to plan, mock-up and develop their own...[ read full article ] »
In Term 3, we introduce the students to Pop Bands and the students are required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding by creating their own band.
This unit includes profiling; the analysis and design of CD cases and covers; tour posters; creating a mix using Garage Band (a Mac application).
Every sixth lesson the students sit a formal assessment and are awarded a National Curriculum level using our tailor-made assessment structure.
The skills are introduced by...[ read full article ] »