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WJEC AS Media Studies Representations and Responses
Welcome to Edusites Media’s comprehensive resources and materials link covering every aspect of MS1, Representations and Audience and MS2, Media Production Processes.
Studying textual analysis, audiences, genre, narrative and representation suggests a broad area of work but focussing on key areas of academic study we have everything covered – this includes in depth schemes of work with embedded links, case studies,...[ read full article ] »
Resources for WJEC A Level Film Studies on MediaEdu
This page should provide you with an index to the information we have on MediaEdu which relates directly to WJEC A Level Film Studies.
This page also contains external links to support materials on the WJEC site.
Cinematic New Waves
Further Reading & Support
The primary source for authoritative information & support is the WJEC Film Studies website.
WJEC Film Studies GCE A/AS
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As with all the new specifications in Media A Levels there are 4 units.
AS has 2 units and A2 has 2 units.
MS1 or Unit 1 - The Exam
The WJEC Unit 1 is called MS1 and is 25 % of the complete 4 unit A level.
The AS UNIT 1 exam paper is 50% of the total AS mark. This is an externally assessed 2½ hour written paper on the topic of Media Representations and Responses.
MS1 is marked for 2 assessment objectives AO1 and AO2.
AO1 Demonstrate knowledge and...[ read full article ] »
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We Study Media by Rob McMinn
The Student Room & Media Studies
Setting up a Radio Station on Mediaed.org.uk
Modern Mechanix: examples of vintage advertising
Technorati on Ideology
Ideology for Kids: Decoding the Kremlin’s Website
The End of Cyberspace
Kinoeye on Media Studies
Bluegrass Film Society
Kids Gobble Up Interactive Junk Food Marketing
Continental Philosophy: Key Notes on Theorists
Dr. Mabuse’s Kaledio-scope: Four Models of Film/Media Blogging
Media Studies...[ read full article ] »
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Television and film crime/cop drama is very popular with a wide audience. Crime Dramas seek to anchor the representations of all types of police officers, criminals and victims as ‘believable’ characters, with ‘realistic’ plot lines, set in urban locations.The genre has been taken up in the US under the heading of American Quality Televsion (AQT) - see under heading AQT.
Codes and Conventions
- are constructed realities
- depict constructed versions of...
Representation of issues refers to the way a range of media, across platforms, represents a particular issue. As a rule, issues tend to differentiate from events in that they are not simply ongoing but often reoccurring over time. Moral panics about body shape, diet and drinking culture but also the environment would be seen to be useful examples.
This resource will focus on two issues as covered by UK media - exploitation of the workforce including so-called ‘Zero...[ read full article ] »
Representation of events refers to the way a range of media across platforms covers something that is deemed to be newsworthy or of interest to the public. This event can happen during one day e.g. celebrations when Queen Elizabeth II became the UK’s longest reigning monarch or panning out more over a period of time e.g. media reporting of the Ebola Outbreak or the Oscar Pistorius Trial. An event can become an issue, for example, the media coverage of the...[ read full article ] »
Time Allowed – 2 hours 30 minutes
- The audio-visual extract will be played three times.
- For the first viewing just watch and listen.
- During the second viewing you may make notes.
- You will then be allowed ten minutes to make further notes and to think about your answers to the questions.
- During the third and final viewing you may make additional notes.
- You should spend approximately 50 minutes completing your answer to Question 1.
Study the opening...[ read full article ] »
I was just wondering if anybody can recommend some useful text books for teaching WJEC A and AS Media Studies? Many thanks, Catherine
I would highly recommend the WJEC AS Media Studies Study and Revision Guide by Christine Bell and edited by Barbara Connell, I swear by it and my students love it just as much. When I first started teaching AS Media I tried various other textbooks but this one is brilliant and has all of the information that students need to know for both...[ read full article ] »
Categories: A Level, WJEC A Level, WJEC AS, WJEC AS Media Studies, Film, Codes & Conventions, Film Analysis, Film Storyboarding, Science Fiction, Key Concepts, Genre, Media Language, Narrative, Production, Representation & Stereotyping, Hot Entries, Skills, Software, Textual Analysis, Video Camera Skills
- Storyboard Frame Sheet template.pdf
Brief - Film Genres
- A Pre Production Research and 36 shot Science Fiction Planning Storyboard - students can choose their own film genre (20 Marks)
- A Film Production - Filming and Editing an original short Science Fiction Film up to 3 minutes in length - students can choose their own film genre but it must link directly to the pre production storyboard (40 Marks)
- A Report - A report between 1200-1600 words reflecting...
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Welcome to Edusites Media’s Media Studies Revision Workshops link. Here you will find a range of workshops which can be tailored to your individual needs, whether at GCSE, AS or A2 or WJEC, AQA or OCR. To see an overview of all our Media Studies Workshops and CPD please click here.
We also run workshops and CPD for GCSE and A Level Film Studies via FilmEdu, our dedicated support site for Film.
Click on the links below for further information on our Media...[ read full article ] »
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- Edusites Lesson Plan Template.docx
NB. Please note this is a suggested template, your school may require a different layout.
Length of Lesson (minutes): 60
Lesson Title: Introducing Representation in the Media
This lesson would be an early introduction, in the first 2-4 weeks of AS to Representation as an area of study, fundamental to all Media Studies specifications. As such, it can be tailored to any exam board e.g. OCR G322 study could focus...[ read full article ] »
Categories: A Level, WJEC A Level, WJEC A2, WJEC A2 Media Studies, WJEC AS, WJEC AS Media Studies, Film, Documentaries, Nanook, British, Soviet Union, Nazi Propaganda, Cinema Verite, Documentaries Links, Hot Entries
The following resource is intended to prepare students for WJEC A2 Media Studies coursework Unit MS3. The documentary brief is found here. A suggestion would be to introduce the unit in May/June, after AS Unit MS1 external assessment is complete.
Tasks in Order
1. Research the Codes and Conventions of Documentary. Use the resources below to identify what you consider to be different types of film documentary (with examples) showing clear understanding of the codes and...[ read full article ] »
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Viral advertising spreads messages, ideas and associations about a brand quickly, commonly using digital technology – in many ways viral advertising relies on the consumer to pass on information with the producer either seeding videos via YouTube, Facebook, Twitter or on many other interactive digital platforms with the consumer at the point, knowingly or unknowingly spreading the communication – viral advertising spreads like a cold virus,...[ read full article ] »
Immigration is a rich representation topic for WJEC AS Media Studies because it can allow us to explore ethnicity, nationality, events and issues simultaneously. It can be quite a sensitive topic in the classroom, so it is important that students understand some of the key terminology that is often misinterpreted or conflated in the Media.
- Immigration: Coming to live in a country different to your birth-place.
- Immigrant: Someone arriving in a...
Representation of Class (the Underclass)
Exploring representation of the “underclass” offers much opportunity for discussing a wide range of topics relevant to the WJEC AS specification including class, national and regional identity, and issues: poverty. You may also want to consider the broadcasting of the Channel 4 series Benefits Street as a media event. There is also scope for considering gender and ethnicity issues too – you might for...[ read full article ] »
- WJEC AS Media Studies Revision Quiz
- Click on the back button to return to MediaEdu when you’ve finished using the quiz.
MS2 is the coursework element of AS Media Studies and is worth 50% of the qualification. The three linked components of the unit are:
- Pre Production (Research and Planning): 20 Marks
- Production (developed out of the Pre Production): 40 Marks
- Report (1200-1600 words): 40 Marks
Unlike MS3, MS2 is more a ‘teacher led unit’ (Barbara Connell) but also requiring students to develop independent skills of research, planning production and evaluation....[ read full article ] »
Book A Half or Full Day Revision Workshop in Your School
- Edusites Media provides visually dynamic, interactive Revision Courses on every aspect of MS1 dedicated to, and focusing on specification requirements whether audio-visual or print based.
- Students will consolidate key skills of responding to unseen stimulus material in terms of developing a sophisticated ability to deconstruct text.
- Students will also explore genre, narrative...
All exam boards have their ‘favourite’ media theorists – this resource explores both contemporary and historical theory and the different approaches to studying core AS Media Studies concepts of Narrative, Genre, Representation and Audience. For AS Media Studies, pupils/students would only be expected to make limited/some reference to theorists at both MS1 and MS2 while at MS4 reference to 2 or 3 three theorists in each essay could be expected...[ read full article ] »
Representations change and evolve and none more so than the representation of gender. This resource specifically explores the representation of femininity. In 2013 - the 21st century, the digital age audiences could expect to see distinct moves away from old fashioned, traditional patriarchal culture and the embracing of a much more pluralistic understanding of gender representation but as David Gauntlett stated, “identity is complicated, everyone’s got one”.
Gender...[ read full article ] »
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Welcome to MediaEdu’s Induction Resources and Activities – please find below a suggested approach introducing GCSE, AS and BTEC students to studying the Media. Schemes of Work and assessment deadlines are tight these days but there is always/should always be an Induction Week when the learners can grapple with the fundamentals of the subject.
What happens next?, media charades, hangman and decorating the classroom are tried and tested and still...[ read full article ] »
Operation Yewtree is a Police investigation, led by London’s Metropolitan Police into alleged sexual abuse, predominantly of minors that commenced on October 2012. It started after enquiries were made following the death of Sir Jimmy Savile on October 2011, a year earlier and expanded to include other high profile celebrities, mainly accused of similar offences in 1960s, into the 1970s and for some of the accused the 1980s – literally hundreds...[ read full article ] »
Categories: A Level, WJEC A Level, WJEC AS, WJEC AS Media Studies, Key Concepts, Institutions, Media Language, Representation & Stereotyping, News, More on News, 24 Hour News, News Values, Popular Press
On 11th May 2012, Jade, John, Jack, Jesse and Jayden Philpott were killed in a house fire at 18 Victory Road, Allenton, Derby. Their half-brother Duwayne Philpott died in hospital three days later – all children were aged between 5 and 13.
The fire was started by their father, Mick Philpott and his accomplice Paul Mosley in an attempt to frame his ex-girlfriend Lisa Willis who had recently left him, and to gain custody of their children.
It...[ read full article ] »
Specimen Print Exam & Sample Response
WJEC AS MS1 MediaEdu Specimen Paper and Sample Exam Response One.doc
Specimen Print Exam & Sample Response
WJEC AS MS1 MediaEdu Specimen Paper and Sample Exam Response Two.doc
Specimen Audio Visual Exam & Sample Response
WJEC AS MS1 MediaEdu Sample Exam Audio Visual.docx
WJEC AS MS1 MediaEdu Sample Exam A-V A Grade Response.docx
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5 in a Row
Some activities are aimed at setting tasks which enable the students to get on with it, and you to have time to take the register or meet and greet.
Emerging Technologies Review ICT
Ask students to research the following sites, and see how they could use this in their ePortfolios or as a way of tracking their work. A great introduction for Controlled Assessment:
- Vimeo, YouTube, Flickr
- Prezi, Scribd
- Slideshare, Slide Rocket or SlideBoom
- BUBBL, Wordle
If...[ read full article ] »
Categories: GCSE, WJEC GCSE, WJEC GCSE Film Studies, A Level, WJEC A Level, WJEC A2, WJEC A2 Film Studies, WJEC AS, WJEC AS Film Studies , Film, Film Analysis, Film Language, Key Concepts, Media Language, Theory, Apparatus Theory, Audience Theory, Feminist Theory, Formalist Theory, Genre Theory , Marxist Theory, Media Theorists, Postcolonial Theory, Poststructuralist Theory, Psychoanalytic Theory, Queer Theory, Race Theory, Screen Theory, Social Realist Theory, Structuralist Theory
Apparatus Film Theory
‘Apparatus’ is another word for the means in which a specific production is created. In the case of film / cinema, the film projector and the screen. Apparatus Theory is a model of spectatorship and institutions. It argues that cinema is ideological (based on ideas) because the films are created to represent reality. This means that because film is created to illustrate different ideas, everything has meaning - from the camerawork to the editing. It...[ read full article ] »
Categories: A Level, WJEC A Level, WJEC AS, WJEC AS Media Studies, Key Concepts, Genre, Media Language, Narrative, Hot Entries, Television, American Quality Television (AQT), Television Crime Drama, Television Drama
Codes and Conventions
- High production values
- Star marketing
- Multi-stranded narrative
- Use of narrative enigma
- Takes risks but arguably USP is predictable
- Character driven (ensemble cast)
- Often controversial narratives
- Has pedigree – critically acclaimed
- “Upscale, well educated, urban dwelling 25-45” (Aspirers)
- Literary and self-conscious (understands the market and...
- Technical and Symbolic Codes - Moving Image.ppt
Newspapers can be deconstructed like any other form of print media the following codes apply:
- Photographic Codes (framing, lighting, focus, camera angle, juxtaposition, types of shot, effects): newspapers use primarily black and white but sometimes colour photography is used reflecting production values and news values (see below). Some newspapers will have staff photographers but many buy from freelance photographers or news agencies and also will purchase library picture...
- Radio seeks to entertain, educate, inform, persuade & generate income
- Digital developments mean that most Radio stations can, or will be received through our Computers or Television – important development for old ‘ILR’ stations
- Auditory codes = words, music & sound effects
- Radio relies on listeners understanding of other Media Codes e.g. Television, Newspapers, Advertising (remember Radio came first before TV)
- Encodes Auditory signifiers to create meaning
- Role of...
Fox | Bones Website
Bones is a high production value American Forensic Crime Drama in terms of sub genre. It is owned and distributed by the Fox Network and can be categorised as AQT or American Quality Television (see MediaEdu’s AQT Conventions)....[ read full article ] »
- Changing Representations in the Media.ppt
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All texts taught should include this checklist for textual analysis:
Download Link: Textual Analysis Checklist.doc
Selected Text [Enter Text] | Industry [Enter Industry]
- Background / Context
- Marketing Promotion
- Global Implications
- Distribution / Exhibition
Audience / Users
Key Media Concepts
- Key Codes
MS1 Media Representations and Responses (50%) - 2.5 Hour Exam
MS2 Media Production Processes (50%) - Internal Assessment (Magazine Production)
- WJEC A Level Media Studies Overview
- 2012 WJEC AS Media Studies SOW.doc
- Changing Representations in Media
- Deconstructing Web Pages
- Home Page Sample Deconstruction
- Technical & Symbolic Codes for Radio Codes
- Technical & Symbolic Codes for News Print
- Technical & Symbolic Codes for Moving Image
The Winchester, a typical London pub. Shaun (Simon Pegg), his girlfriend Liz (kate Ashfield), her two friends David (Dylan Moran) and Diane (Lucy David) are in the pub. Shaun’s best friend, the foul mouthed (and minded) overweight layabout, Ed (Nick Frost) plays the slot machines. Shaun is getting a hard time from this girlfriend; she wants to spend more time with him, be more exciting and do more than sit in The Winchester with Ed. She wants him “to live a...[ read full article ] »
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Denotation and Connotation
These are two important words concerned with the way an audience understands the meaning of a media text. These can also be called the signs and signified meaning, or the micro and macro features.
Denotation / sign / micro feature is the basic, literal meaning of what is in the picture or scene.
Connotation / signified meaning / macro feature means different interpretations suggested by the text, often associated with additional meaning, values,...[ read full article ] »
- Semiotics Glossary.doc
The fixing of a set of meanings, often found in a photograph or advert, usually through captions or other written text
Where the signifier has no connection to the signified e.g. Snow and Christmas
A system of signs, languages or symbols that allow audiences to decode meaning e.g. Technical and Symbolic codes or Narrative codes
A way of decoding meaning by breaking down and studying...[ read full article ] »
- Moving Image Terminology and Semiotics.doc
The study of signs that help us to deconstruct Media Texts
The physical form of the sign, without deeper meaning
Meaning associated with the relationship between signifier and signified. Connotation is open to interpretation
Meaning which is subjective interpretation, yet untrue
A Media Text has a reinforced...[ read full article ] »
- Representation Theory Simplified Handout.doc
The media literally re-presents the world to us. Dominant and oppositional arguments conflict e.g. on one hand the media is showing us how things actually are, on the other hand they are telling us how things should be (dictating representations, not just reflecting society).
The main representations we study in the media are:
- Social Class
- Race and Ethnicity
- National Identity...
Categories: GCSE, AQA GCSE, A Level, WJEC A Level, WJEC A2, WJEC A2 Media Studies, WJEC AS, WJEC AS Media Studies, Film, Crime Drama, Key Concepts, Narrative, Hot Entries, Television, Television Crime Drama
Source: Latymer Media Blog
- Narrative AS Terminology Revision Sheet.doc
- Narrative Enigmas
- Narrative Themes
- Narrative Structure
- Narrative Theory
- The structure and organisation of media texts e.g. story
- Narrative chain of cause and effect – the plotlines in a story that are triggered by action and enigma codes (something happens that causes something else to happen)
- Narrative is correlated with genre – some genres have...
- Genre Revision Test.doc
- Genre Test Answers.doc
1. What does the word genre literally mean? 1 mark
2. How does the concept of genre help audiences understand media texts? 2 marks
3. Give three ways audiences can identify genre. 3 marks
4. Using two examples, identify how can genre be understood in terms of narrative themes and structure. 4 marks
5. What are generic codes and conventions? 1 mark
6. Explain the difference between Iconography and...[ read full article ] »
- The Rite Mikael Håfström, 2011
- Paranormal Activity 2 Tod Williams, 2010
- Saw (6 films in franchise) James Wan, 2002-2009
- Blair Witch Project Daniel Myrick + Eduardo Sánchez, 1999
- Dog Soldiers Neil Marshall, 2002
- Urban Legend Jamie Blanks, 1998
- I Know What You Did Last Summer Jim Gillespie, 1997
- Hostel Eli Roth, 2005
Codes and Conventions
- Split into sub genres (see below), often hybridised
- Primary target audience – male, 16-24, Mainstreamers
- 15 or 18...
- ‘Spectacular Bodies’ - Yvonne Tasker (Routledge) 1998
- ‘Action’ – Richard Dyer, 2000
- ‘Action Women: Muscles, Mothers and Others’ – Yvonne Tasker, 1998
Contemporary Action Films
- Your Highness (Adventure/Comedy Hybrid) David Gordon Green, 2011
- Inception (Action/Sci Fi Hybrid) Christopher Nolan, 2010
- Quantum of Solace Marc Forster, 2008
- Die Hard 4.0 Len Wiseman, 2007
- Tomb Raider Simon West, 2000
- Mission Impossible: II John Woo, 2000
Codes and...[ read full article ] »
- Lord of the Rings (Peter Jackson, 2001-2003)
- Harry Potter (Chris Columbus, 2001-11)
- Chronicles of Narnia (Andrew Adamson, 2005)
- Tron (Kenneth Branagh, 2011)
- Pan’s Labyrinth (Guillermo del Toro, 2006)
Codes and Conventions
- High production values
- Younger target audience although significant older appeal
- Wide/saturated distribution (normally by an American Studio e.g. Warners or Disney). Mainstreamers and Aspirers
- Dedicated, sometimes obsessive fan base
- “Television is the Drug of the Nation”
- “Like Religion Television is a form of Social Control”
- “Television has a disproportionate status in our lives”
- “Television is cool, there’s loads of great programmes and those massive HD, LCD/Plasma screens are so awesome. I’m gonna get a 3D TV and sit in my front room with the silly glasses on, woo-hoo!”
- “The Medium is the Message” – Like the Cultivation Theory McLuhan...
- Directed by Stephen Frears
- Shot on location in Dorset and at Pinewood Studios
- Adapted screenplay by Moira Buffini (Jane Eyre, 2011) from a Graphic Novel by Posy Simmonds (The Guardian). Ready made Storyboard.
- Produced by BBC Films (Exec Production), Ruby Films (Production Company) and West End Films (Sales Agents/Casting)
- Ruby Films (Fish Tank 2009, Jane Eyre 2011) are an independent production company that specialise in literary adaptations
- West End Films are sales...
Shifty is an independent social realist film that borrows (in terms of genre conventions) from the Crime Thriller/Gangster film, although arguably is not a hybrid genre. The film was produced with key funding from fledgling organisation Microwave who offer grants to film makers if they can keep the production budget under £100,000 and can execute filming in less than 18 days. Additional funding for distribution came from the UK Film Council’s P and A Fund (£200,000)...[ read full article ] »
- Independent Film – CULTURALLY and INSTITUTIONALLY
- Writer / Director – Andrea Arnold (b.1961, Dartford)
- Part funded / Executive Production by BBC Films
- Produced by Kasander Films (Arnold’s Production Company)
- Additional funding: UK Film Council (Prints and Advertising Fund - £70,000, New Cinema Fund - £644,000 and Development Fund - £20,000)
- Nominated for the Palm D’Or at Cannes 2009
- Winner of Jury Prize at Cannes
- 2010 BAFTA – Best British Film
- British Film and Hollywood Essay.doc
British Film has been dominated by Hollywood since WW1. Any essay that discusses UK Film has to reference the cultural and ideological dominance of the Hollywood Film Industry to such as point that many cinema goers often will never see a film in any other environment than a multiplex cinema. They may also fail to recognise that many other countries have very successful film industries - this reflects a concept called...[ read full article ] »