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AS MEDIA lesson 2 mes and editing
Transcript of AS MEDIA lesson 2 mes and editing
to introduce MISE-EN-SCENE as a technical element with consideration to the sub-elements of mise-en-scene
to analyse the use of mise-en-scene in Life on Mars
to reflect on the sub-elements of editing as a technical element
to analyse how editing creates meaning in Sherlock
to complete a short timed writing activity
Pick a number
Look at the number below and arrange yourself into the following groups by colour:
1. An Intro to Mise-en-Scene
1) Look at the still image and list EVERYTHING THAT YOU CAN SEE on a piece of paper - do this on your own
2) now compare your list with the person next to you
3) feedback your answers to the class
what does it mean?
ALL THAT IS PLACED IN THE FRAME
So mise-en-scene includes everything that you can see in any given shot.
Let's have a look...
The sub-elements of mise-en-scene include
Costume/ Make up
Characters/ Positioning/ Body Language
Why is Mise-en-Scene important when analysing TV drama?
where and when
the drama is set
- what they look like, their personalities, their likes and dislikes and their feelings about other characters
3. what is happening in
by revealing clues and information
It can tell us about:
it can also
set the mood and tone
of the episode or at different points within each episode
let's have a look at how each element does this...
Analysis of Mise-en-Scene in LIFE ON MARS
1. In groups, you are going to analyse the use of mise-en-scene in a clip from the TV drama LIFE ON MARS
2. Each person in your group will have chosen a 'sub-element' of mise-en-scene to analyse when watching the clip
3. watch the first 6 mins of the clip and make notes on your sub-element ONLY
4. Using the grid, feedback your answers to the group and take notes from each group member so that you have a completed analysis grid
5. We will now anlayse the remaining 10 mins of the clip. Continue to make notes for your focus only. You might notice some differences in the use of mise-en-scene...
6. now exchange your analysis notes with your group
Now, let's turn our analysis in to a written document...
Writing your response on the handout provided, you have 15 mins to answer the question:
How is meaning created through the use of
mise-en-scene in Life on Mars?
An Intro to Editing
1. watch the montage clip from Misfits and list all of the different features of editing that you see
2. feedback your ideas to the class
the sub-elements of editing include:
Analysis of editing in Sherlock
You are going to watch 2 clips from Sherlock (both can be found on the TV drama blog).
In both clips the editing is important as it tells us about the characters and developments in the plot.
1 Watch clip 1 and make notes on handout 1
2. watch clip 2 and make notes on handout 2
3. compare your answers with the answer sheet handout
Re-watch the Sherlock clips and, reflecting back on your notes from the previous task and using the terminology handout from last week, write an answer to the question:
What does the editing reveal about the character of Sherlock Holmes?
to hand in for next week's lesson
Why is editing important when analysing TV drama
Editing is important because it can...
1. take us to and from
2. create tension by
3. influence us to like / dislike certain characters by the amount of
given to each character
manipulate the time
experienced by the characters, viewers and show us different things happening simultaneously in different places
5. offer us
about characters or the