OCR Media Studies for GCSE by Eileen Lewis
  

Synopsis

OCR Media Studies for GCSE by Eileen Lewis

OCR Media Studies for GCSE is endorsed by OCR for use with the 2009 revised GCSE specification. It guides students through the requirements of the specification and helps them to prepare thoroughly for portfolio presentation and examinations. This student's book provides: A clear introduction of the key media concepts An explanation of how practical work reinforces theoretical understanding Numerous activities and exercises for classroom, homework and assessment use Real-life case studies and examples to motivate and engage students Exam tips and exam-style questions offer plenty of help and practical guidance. This resource will provide a pathway through the specification's content allowing the course to be taught comfortably in one or two years. It will also act as a springboard for your students, giving them the skills to take their study of the topic further, either at A level or Diploma.

About the Author

Eileen Lewis is chief examiner for OCR GCSE Media Studies and Head of Media and Film Studies at Maidstone Grammar School. She is a BFI Associate Tutor and a freelance writer of several textbooks and resources for Media Studies, including Key Concepts and Skills for Media Studies and Teaching Television at GCSE.

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Format

Paperback
288 pages

Author

Eileen Lewis
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

28th August 2009

ISBN

9780340983416


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