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  1. Evaluation for OCR coursework Media Studies

  2. This is worth up to 20 marks Media Studies

  3. There are a number of questions • to specifically address Media Studies

  4. This should be creative reflection rather • than a written essay. Media Studies

  5. This should be creative reflection rather • than a written essay. • CREATIVE Media Studies

  6. The evaluation has to be • presented digitally Media Studies

  7. The evaluation has to be • presented digitally • You should experiment with this Media Studies

  8. You’ll get higher marks if you really • engage with digital formats • enthusiastically Media Studies

  9. This means that if you are presenting • your evaluation on your blog you • must use plenty of pictures Media Studies

  10. This means that if you are presenting • your evaluation on your blog you • must use plenty of pictures, links Media Studies

  11. This means that if you are presenting • your evaluation on your blog you • must use plenty of pictures, links and video Media Studies

  12. this is worth up to 20 marks Media Studies

  13. that is 20% of your coursework Media Studies

  14. To remind you: Media Studies

  15. To remind you: • Film - 60% Media Studies

  16. To remind you: • Film - 60% • Research - 10% Media Studies

  17. To remind you: • Film - 60% • Research - 10% • Planning - 10% Media Studies

  18. To remind you: • Film - 60% • Research - 10% • Planning - 10% • Evaluation - 20% Media Studies

  19. Media Studies

  20. The questions you must answerare… Media Studies

  21. 1 In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? Media Studies

  22. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? To answer this you need to Media Studies

  23. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • To answer this you need to • be quite sure of your genre Media Studies

  24. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • To answer this you need to • be quite sure of your genre • take specific examples from yourfilm to compare with real life films Media Studies

  25. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • To answer this you need to • be quite sure of your genre • take specific examples from yourfilm to compare with real life films • illustrate with stills or clips from your video and real films Media Studies

  26. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • To answer this you need to • be quite sure of your genre • take specific examples from yourfilm to compare with real life films • illustrate with stills or clips from your video and real films Media Studies

  27. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? Consider these areas Media Studies

  28. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film Media Studies

  29. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film • Setting/location Media Studies

  30. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film • Setting/location • Costumes and props Media Studies

  31. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film • Setting/location • Costumes and props • Camerawork and editing Media Studies

  32. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film • Setting/location • Costumes and props • Camerawork and editing • Title font and style Media Studies

  33. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film • Setting/location • Costumes and props • Camerawork and editing • Title font and style • Story and how the opening sets it up Media Studies

  34. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film • Setting/location • Costumes and props • Camerawork and editing • Title font and style • Story and how the opening sets it up • Genre and how the opening suggests it Media Studies

  35. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film • Setting/location • Costumes and props • Camerawork and editing • Title font and style • Story and how the opening sets it up • Genre and how the opening suggests it • How characters are introduced Media Studies

  36. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas • The title of the film • Setting/location • Costumes and props • Camerawork and editing • Title font and style • Story and how the opening sets it up • Genre and how the opening suggests it • How characters are introduced • Special effects Media Studies

  37. In what ways does your production use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real fiction films in your chosen genre? • Consider these areas (in any order and not exclusively) • The title of the film • Setting/location • Costumes and props • Camerawork and editing • Title font and style • Story and how the opening sets it up • Genre and how the opening suggests it • How characters are introduced • Special effects Media Studies

  38. 2 How does your film represent particular social groups? Media Studies

  39. How does your film represent particular social groups? • To answer this you need to Media Studies

  40. How does your film represent particular social groups? • To answer this you need to • be quite sure of the social groupsrepresented in your film Media Studies

  41. How does your film represent particular social groups? • To answer this you need to • be quite sure of the social groupsrepresented in your film • try to make a direct comparison witha character or characters from a real filmin your genre Media Studies

  42. How does your film represent particular social groups? • Representation can be through a combination of • character’s attitude Media Studies

  43. How does your film represent particular social groups? • Representation can be through a combination of • character’s attitude • dress/costume Media Studies

  44. How does your film represent particular social groups? • Representation can be through a combination of • character’s attitude • dress/costume • hair and accessories Media Studies

  45. How does your film represent particular social groups? • Representation can be through a combination of • character’s attitude • dress/costume • hair and accessories • body language & posture Media Studies

  46. How does your film represent particular social groups? • Representation can be through a combination of • character’s attitude • dress/costume • hair and accessories • body language & posture • speech Media Studies

  47. How does your film represent particular social groups? • Representation can be through a combination of • character’s attitude • dress/costume • hair and accessories • body language & posture • speech • behaviour Media Studies

  48. How does your film represent particular social groups? • Representation can be through a combination of • character’s attitude • dress/costume • hair and accessories • body language & posture • speech • behaviour • environment/setting Media Studies

  49. How does your film represent particular social groups? • Representation can be through a combination of • character’s attitude • dress/costume • hair and accessories • body language & posture • speech • behaviour • environment/setting Media Studies

  50. 3 What kind of media institution might distribute your film and why? Media Studies