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NEA Part 2 “Where should I go?" Alice.

NEA Part 2 “Where should I go?" Alice.

Need some help down the rabbit hole of the new NEAs? In this week's Blog Nick Belger offers more timely and experienced advice on how to get the very best out of your students.

Nick Belger is the Curriculum Leader for English and Media at St. Bede’s CHS in Ormskirk. In addition, he is also part of the Senior Examiners for GCSE Media and an adviser for the new NEA component.

Preparing for the NEA

  • Statements of Intent - 300 words of fun...or that's a single lesson boxed off anyway Steve...
  • The important change in the coursework Rules...2 become 1
  • The Brief debate...How many is too many?

Media teachers experienced or not are now getting to grips with the demands of the NEA requirements (Non Exam Assessment). This is essentially the new version of coursework, albeit in a much more streamlined and strengthened way. It is essential to make the most of the NEA opportunities afforded to the students, particularly as we all face the unknown pleasures of the first iteration of 9-1 in GCSE Media Studies this academic year!

NEA Part 2 “Where should I go?" Alice.

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