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Y12 AS Media Studies - MEST 2 - What makes an A grade production?

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on 19 November 2012

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Transcript of Y12 AS Media Studies - MEST 2 - What makes an A grade production?

Lesson Aim: Activity 1: Mini - Plenary: Plenary: Starter Re word the AQA Specification Mark Scheme. To learn the success criteria for your production pieces. Lesson outcomes: AS Media Studies What marks have you decided for each piece of coursework?

Why? - give your explanations Discussion: How to create an A* production Re word each sentence of the mark scheme to create a student friendly version. Read out your own versions - how does each level differ in
wording?
expectations of what you need to produce? Mini - Starter: List the qualities that you think your production should have. 21st November 2012 How to create an A* production Use a dictionary or thesaurus to simplify words or phrases. A/A* - To understand how to assess technical proficiency and creativity & originality in coursework productions.

B - To understand how to assess creativity & originality in coursework productions.

C - To understand how to assess technical proficiency in coursework productions. Using your own mark scheme and the focus sheet, mark each coursework example.

Write explanations on your focus sheets. Make links to your mark scheme and then decide on a mark. 10 minutes for each coursework sample. In the same pairs. Write your mark on a post it and stick it on the coursework sample. Extension task: On your own - consider key things you want to include in your production.

Write your own wish list. Build up a picture of an A* production using the coursework examples.

You could include: style ideas, production values, etc. Extension task: On your own - consider key things you want to include in your production.

Write your own wish list.

You could include: style ideas, production values, etc. How can we assess creativity and originality in productions?

How can you be original in your productions?

How can you use codes and conventions creatively in your production?

These are questions you want to continually ask yourself through out the production process. Hazard - You must use the codes and conventions appropriately, but being creative might mean breaking or bending those codes and conventions. Homework: Higher:
Create and develop 4 ideas for your production piece. 2 print ideas and 2 video/web.
Include: synopsis, location ideas, character ideas, mock ups, drawings, etc.

Lower:
Create and develop 4 ideas for your production piece. 2 print ideas and 2 video/web. Include: a synopsis and mock ups. For Monday 26th November
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