Media Studies

  • GCSE Media Studies


    What students need to bring to lessons:

    - Pencil cases

    - Homework will be set weekly except during controlled conditions assessments
    - Photographs – students will sometimes choose to take images for their coursework out of lesson time

    GCSE Media Studies is composed of three units. One is examined and the other two are coursework units. In this course, students study these media forms: television, film, advertisements, magazines and multi-media technology. Students look at how they are produced, what they mean and for whom they are intended. They will learn about them from analysing media texts, researching on their own and producing their

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  • A Level Media Studies

    A Level Media Studies

    A Level Media Studies is about how we see the world through a wide range of communication forms. Students do not have to have studied GCSE Media Studies to take this A Level course. However, at least a C grade in GCSE English Language is an entry requirement.




    Unit 1: Foundation Production G321 (worth 25% of the A Level)

    Students will plan, research, film and evaluate the opening sequence of a new fiction film. This unit will allow students to learn to use the video cameras and digital editing software. All of the

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