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Practical Video Gaming History by Liz Sim
I do a practical lesson on video gaming using a range of consoles from the Atari through the NES and original Playstation to modern consoles looking at how graphics, content, narrative and playability have changed. It is always fun and the students get to experience gaming history; however I have not done it recently as my Atari has broken and my source for XBOX 360 left the school! It is a faffy lesson to set up but very good!...[ read full article ] »
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Milan, Italy - January 26 2013: People of 501st Legion official costuming organisation take part in the Star Wars Parade wearing perfectly accurate costumes.
Welcome to this interactive resource on Science Fiction films, your Unit 1 examined topic that focuses on all areas of exam questioning. Use in conjunction with the Edusites Media Specimen Exam and Preliminary Material.
Have a look at some Science Fiction events around the country. Comic Cons have a reputation for...[ read full article ] »
This lesson is pitched to AS media levels E- B grade, it was delivered in line with AQA examination board (levels indicated below in brackets link to the students’ target grades).
Learning Objective: To confidently analyse media texts using media language
- All: Identify genre conventions
- A-C grade: Discuss genre codes – technical, symbolic and cultural
- A-C grade: Debate gender representations
- A grade: Consider the impact of gender representations
In...[ read full article ] »