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An Introduction to Quiz Shows »

Jeremy Orlebar | Friday June 19, 2009

Categories: Other Topics, Television, Quiz Shows, Television Quiz Shows

Pete Wall and Charlie Evans from HarperCollins have kindly agreed to share their latest series of podcasts with Mediaedu.co.uk Please click on the hyperlink immediately below to download and listen to an invaluable introduction to this year’s AQA GCSE Media Studies Controlled Test.

Quiz Shows Podcasts

Take a Quick Quiz on Quiz Shows

Quiz Shows Quiz

Quiz Show Intro Letter

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Making a Quiz Show »

Jeremy Orlebar | Monday June 08, 2009

Categories: Other Topics, Television, Quiz Shows, Television Quiz Shows

Creating a television quiz show is one of the best ways of exploring televisual techniques in a television studio. It is difficult to make a television quiz show without a multi camera set up.

A Further Education College came up with the idea of a 20 minute quiz show, called What Do You Know Quiz Show? Further down the page is how they made it.

The class was divided into two teams of 12 people in each. Each team produced a 10 minute quiz show with the other team as the...

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Quiz Shows Quiz »

Phoebe Prentice-Terry | Tuesday August 25, 2009

Categories: Other Topics, Quizzes, Media Studies Quizzes, Skills, Television, Quiz Shows

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AQA Controlled Test Marking The Quiz Shows Mock Exam »

Keith Langton | Friday August 21, 2009

Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, Other Topics, Quiz Shows, Staffroom, Mocks

I have tried to break down the marking for each question for those people who need guidance on the value of individual bullet points / questions.

Most of the bullet points / questions I expect will be rolled together into one answer and so, as with much GCSE Media Studies marking, I would be thinking about marking the answers holistically – have a look at the table of marks out of 25 where I have suggested that a little bit either side of 50% should be good enough for a C...

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AQA Controlled Test Quiz Shows Mock Exam Intro Letter »

Keith Langton | Friday August 21, 2009

Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, Other Topics, Quiz Shows, Staffroom, Mocks

Blockbuster Enterprises
Mastermind House
Quizoftheweek Road
Norwich
RU1 4 QZS

December 2008

Dear Media Student

Congratulations on reaching the final phase of your GCSE course. We know that the work has been difficult at times and possibly frustrating, but we hope that your two year’s work in the world of media has ultimately been rewarding.

The Final Challenge for you is possibly the most challenging yet – The Television Quiz Show exam!

We would like you to respond in...

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AQA Controlled Test Quiz Shows Mock Exam Paper Grade Descriptors »

Keith Langton | Friday August 21, 2009

Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, Other Topics, Quiz Shows, Staffroom, Mocks

A Grade

An A / A* grade student will have realised how the history of television forms and influences the current programmes being broadcast at present. They will have a comprehensive knowledge of some significant quiz shows and the way in which the genre has developed over the years and will have considered possible developments in the future of broadcasting.

There will be clear evidence that ethical considerations and issues will have been discussed and some conclusions...

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AQA Controlled Test Quiz Shows Mock Exam Higher Paper »

Keith Langton | Friday August 21, 2009

Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, Other Topics, Quiz Shows, Staffroom, Mocks

CT2009: TV Quiz ShowsMock exam paperHIGHER
Question 1History and Research
Question 2Key Concepts
Question 3Production Tasks
Question 4Evaluation / The Future

Question 1 – Describe the key conventions of the television quiz show. (25 marks)

You should discuss:
i) the Host (KC=ML/C)
ii) the contestants and how they are selected (KC=R)
iii) the questions that are asked / the rounds or structure of the show (KC=ML/C)
iv) the studio setting and (...

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AQA Controlled Test Quiz Shows Mock Exam Foundation Paper Keith Langton »

Keith Langton | Thursday July 09, 2009

Categories: GCSE, A Level, AQA A Level, Other Topics, Quiz Shows, Staffroom, Mocks

Question 1 – History and Research
Question 2 – Key Concepts: Audiences
Question 3 – Production Tasks
Question 4 – Scheduling

Question 1 – Describe the key conventions of the television quiz show. (25 marks)

You should discuss:

i) the Host (KC=ML/C)

ii) the contestants and how they are selected (KC=R)

iii) the questions that are asked / the rounds or structure of the show (KC=ML/C)

iv) the studio setting and (KC=ML/C)

v) the prizes that are offered. (KC=I)

Use...

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AQA Controlled Test Quiz Shows Mock Exam Jan Radnedge »

jradnedge | Wednesday June 24, 2009

Categories: GCSE, A Level, AQA A Level, Other Topics, Quiz Shows, Staffroom, Mocks

This is a prepared exam. This means that you have two weeks to research and prepare your answers. You will then have 1 ½ hours to carry out the tasks under supervision.  You will NOT be allowed to take any notes into the exam but you should make sure that you have pencils, colours, ruler, sharpener, eraser, highlighter, etc.

This is a 2-question mock exam. The real AQA GCSE Media Studies Controlled Test will have 4 tasks for you to complete.

Dear Media Student,

Quiz shows...

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Quiz Shows Podcasts »

Pete Wall | Thursday January 29, 2009

Categories: A Level, AQA A Level, Other Topics, Television, Quiz Shows

Listen to Pete Wall’s podcasts below to get a better understanding of how to prepare for the AQA GCSE Media Studies Controlled Test on Quiz Shows.

1. An Introduction to Quiz Shows

2. Quiz Shows and Media Language

3. Quiz Shows and Representation

4. Quiz Shows and Audience

5. Quiz Shows and Institution

6. Quiz Shows and Production Skills


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