Key Questions: Read through the slides and summarise your answers to the following questions on your blog.
- What is social class?
- What is status?
- What are the new classes?
Task 1: EDITING follow the instructions below and post your findings to your blog.
Task 1 EDITING (extension task) follow the instructions below and post your findings to your blog.
Task 2 SOUND follow the instructions below and post your findings to your blog.
Task 3 EXAM PRACTICE
HOMEWORK: Choose one of the classes: Upper, Middle, Lower –
Write 50 words on how they would be typically represented through all 4 micro elements
EXAM PRACTICE: Final Exam Thursday 18th May 2017 (Morning)
Discuss the ways in which the following extracts represent DISABILITY and CLASS using the following:
- Mise-en-scene: 6 Examples (Costumes, Lighting, Actors, Make-up, Props, Setting)
- Camera: 4 Examples (Shot Types, Angles & Movement)
- Sound: 3 Examples (Diegetic & Non-diegetic)
- Editing: 3 Examples (Continuity, Transitions, SFX)
- View the clips 4 times each
- Make notes
- Write a brief response for each element using the Point (KEY TERMS) Evidence (EXAMPLE FROM CLIP) Analysis (CONNOTATIONS) structure (3 x 30 minutes).
Post your planning to your blog.
Please download this pack and use it to help you plan your responses.
AUDIENCES Lesson activity: Patterns in audience behaviour and consumption – the UK Market
MARKETING: Task 1: Summarise the key points from the article below on Skyfall’s marketing:
What set it apart from other Bond films in the franchise?
Task 2: What attracted Metrodome to Shifty? http://www.filmeducation.org/shifty/marketing_q3.html
Task 3: Shifty was made as part of the Microwave Scheme. What does this mean to the distribution?
Your focus for today is the Representation of Sexuality.
Task 1: Read through the Slides and make a note of the KEY STEREOTYPES of SEXUALITY
Task 2: Exam Practice: Textual Analysis.
- Choose one extract. Watch it 3 times.
- Complete the Textual Analysis Grid.
- Write Two PEA’s for CAMERA WORK, EDITING, SOUND and MISE-EN-SCENE.
- Peer Review: IN PAIRS: swap PEA’s and highlight the areas where your partner has used TERMINOLOGY, EXAMPLES, ANALYSIS.
Make FLASHCARDS of the key terms for CAMERAWORK, EDITING, SOUND and MISE-EN-SCENE.
Get a friend or relative to test you. Remember TERMINOLOGY counts towards 20% of the final grade for the exam.