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At MediaEdu (Edusites Media) we know that the student taking the exam is the person who needs to recreate what has been learned and revisit it in a number of different forms. Revisiting and rethinking revision is effective to actively engage memory, recall and writing to prepare for the A level or GCSE sprint that is ahead.
The four Edusites Core Units cover the four frameworks 1. Media Language 2. Media Representation 3. Media Audience 4. Media Industries
Are you an A Level Media Studies student? Do you need to supplement your studies in the run-up to your exam?
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Try and listen to some BBC Light Radio stuff, followed by any of the early Caroline tapes. The difference is obvious. While the BBC Light Programme, in particular, produced some genuine classics of the genre (The Goon Show, Hancock’s Half Hour etc), it was the growing demand for rock’n’roll sounds that made the audience for pirate radio so disenchanted with much of the BBC’s offerings.
As basic as it sounds, always take a minute at the beginning of a new CSP to check in with the actual key skills (Or elements of the somewhat dauntingly sounding ‘Theoretical Framework’) and make sure you have a clear grasp on exactly what’s required. It would be a serious waste of everybody’s time if you career down a path looking in great depth at the audience when, for example, the CSP is only asking you to look at language and representation! Music Video - What two Key Areas? Media Industries Media Audience
Developing a solid understanding of how these essential film industry concepts work will establish a firm knowledge basis for the students to build their understanding of this topic on.
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