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The genre of Sport on Television can be used as a key component of many GCSE courses. Students studying the WJEC GCSE MEDIA STUDIES for examination in 2010 are required to study sport on television. The WJEC exam papers – two hours writing and 30 minutes reading or viewing - for 2010 are in two parts: Section A has FOUR compulsory questions focusing on SPORT ON TV - for a full scheme of work see WJEC Sport on TV.
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The rights to broadcast this years showpiece sporting tournament is in the hands of two national mainstream television channels: BBC and ITV.
The Football World Cup in South Africa 2010 will command many hours from both BBC and ITV primetime television slots from 11th of June – 11th of July. Games will be shown at 12.30, 17.00 and 19.30.
Programs will no doubt contain many hours of build up, the game itself, half time replays of highlights and the dissecting of the game...[ read full article ] »
WJEC GCSE Media Studies for exam in 2010
A Suggested Scheme of Work
This scheme of work is not in any way prescriptive, it is simply offered as a possible way in. It should be adapted and moulded to fit particular teachers, students and resources.
Week 1 Class Work
Intro to GCSE media studies. Two parts - Sport on TV and - advertisements in print and electronic media, and practical course work.
I suggest the pattern of Term 1 is to study the two exam topics; Term 2...[ read full article ] »
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