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  1. GCSE Media Studies: Music Industry Practical Production We are learning to: Refine our desktop publishing skills. Produce a piece of realised production, using information from our analysis to help us. Evaluate our production work to justify design choices and audience appeal.

  2. Success Criteria Level 6 I use independent and effective evidence of research and planning. My work shows flair and creativity. I use appropriate forms and conventions for my work. I present my material skilfully. I understand audiences are identified and how production is tailored to their needs and expectations. Level 5 I produce successful research and planning. My work is fit for purpose and uses many appropriate forms and conventions. I present my work effectively. I identify my audience and show how this information has shaped my ideas. Level 4 I produce appropriate research and planning. My ideas are apt and mostly employ appropriate forms and conventions. I present my material well. I am able to identify and target specific audiences. I show how this has informed my plans and ideas.

  3. Starter Complete and print off your analysis from last week …

  4. BRIEF FOR THE COURSEWORK: Your band/artiste are currently recording their debut album. Your role is to produce the promotional poster.

  5. Band Fact file: What do you need to consider? • Genre: what kind of music is it? • Who is in the band/Who is the artiste? Names, ages, personalities? • Who are your intended audience? • Create an audience profile. • How should the band be represented to them? • Image (positive or negative). • What codes and conventions you could use to make sure that your design appeals to your audience? Try some out and record them on your sheets. • Colour, font, image, title, layout. You have 30 minutes

  6. Feedback • Whose is the band that rocks? • Whose is the singer that wails? • Whose is the artist with the ‘pop factor’? • Which group would sell to the girlie groupies?

  7. Construct your Promotional Poster What do you need to include: The band’s name The venue for the gig An original image The date for the tours Any supporting acts You have 30 minutes • Remember to consider how the following choices will appeal to your target audience … • font • image • colour • album title

  8. Now … EVALUATE: • How is the artiste and their music represented? Comment on … • font • image • colour • album title • Who is the target audience of this album cover? Comment on … • age • gender • life style • Values No need for an essay, just some detailed annotations will do … 

  9. Success Criteria Level 6 I use independent and effective evidence of research and planning. My work shows flair and creativity. I use appropriate forms and conventions for my work. I present my material skilfully. I understand audiences are identified and how production is tailored to their needs and expectations. Level 5 I produce successful research and planning. My work is fit for purpose and uses many appropriate forms and conventions. I present my work effectively. I identify my audience and show how this information has shaped my ideas. Level 4 I produce appropriate research and planning. My ideas are apt and mostly employ appropriate forms and conventions. I present my material well. I am able to identify and target specific audiences. I show how this has informed my plans and ideas.