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Approaches to Teaching New Spec A Level Film Studies with Edusites »

Barry Rainsford | Wednesday March 21, 2018

Categories: A Level, OCR A Level, Eduqas (WJEC) A Level, Analysis, Film Analysis, Film Industry, Films & Case Studies, Key Concepts, Audience, Film Language, Genre, Narrative, Representation, Key Skills, Cinematography, Editing, Filming, Mise-en-Scene, Planning, Pre-Production, Reflective Analysis, New Spec, Posters, Theory, Auteur Theory, Film Theory, Queer Theory, Spectatorship Theory, Theorists

Commencing 2017 for 2019 Assessment

Each term we provide a Core Unit, with an Exam Specific Section focussing on set films, and a Non Examined Assessment (NEA) Section based on the Department for Education Film Studies A Level subject content. (February 2016).

As shown in the table above our A Level Units begin at Unit 1 Film Language through to Unit 5 Film Values and Ideology finishing with an Exam Specific Unit 6.

The intention of the course of study is to enable learners to demonstrate knowledge and understanding. This must involve learners exploring:

  • a diverse range...
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International Baccalaureate (IB) Resources Coming Soon »

Richard Gent | Friday January 26, 2018

Categories: Analysis, Film History, Film Industry, Films & Case Studies, American, Hollywood Films, Non-Hollywood Films, Silent Era, World Cinema, Genres & Case Studies, Key Concepts, Audience, Film Language, Genre, Narrative, Representation, Key Skills, New Spec, Research, Film Research, Theory, Auteur Theory, Film Theory, Queer Theory, Spectatorship Theory, IB FIlm

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Film Studies Diploma Programme (DP) is for students aged 16-19.

Edusites are currently working on resources to support Teachers and Institutions teaching this subject.




Eduqas (WJEC) 603 A Level Film Unit 2 Film Representation+ Workbook Student »

Barry Rainsford | Sunday January 24, 2016

Categories: A Level, Eduqas (WJEC) A Level, Analysis, Film Analysis, Key Concepts, Representation, Key Skills

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This is the Second A Level Unit

To Film Students

This booklet is to support you in your preparation for the A Level Film Studies Examination Papers 1 and 2 and the Non-Examination Assessment. This workbook comprises the theory and ideas from the related series of lessons led by your teacher, and is designed to...

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Eduqas (WJEC) 603 A Level Film Unit 2 Film Representation+ SOL Teacher Lessons 16-26 »

Barry Rainsford | Sunday January 24, 2016

Categories: A Level, Eduqas (WJEC) A Level, Analysis, Film Analysis, Key Concepts, Representation, Key Skills

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  • Eduqas (WJEC) 603 A Level Film Unit 2 Film Representation+ SOL Teacher Lessons 1-15

Lesson Sixteen: Ideology

Slides 1-9

Objectives

  • Knowledge : To review understanding of the film framework
  • Learning : To build ideas and strategies of how to study film
  • Understanding : To link knowledge and learning by completing analysis tasks

Starter/Loop Activity (5 Minutes)

Slide 2 Task 16A Students asked to respond to the task from the Lesson Resource: Analysis of Bonnie and Clyde still. Students to write response in books/ folders.

Prepare the Learning (5...

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Eduqas (WJEC) 603 A Level Film Unit 2 Film Representation+ SOL Teacher Lessons 1-15 »

Barry Rainsford | Sunday January 24, 2016

Categories: A Level, Eduqas (WJEC) A Level, Analysis, Film Analysis, Key Concepts, Representation, Key Skills

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  • Eduqas (WJEC) 603 A Level Film Unit 2 Film Representation+ SOL Teacher Lessons 16-26

This is the Second A Level Unit

The purpose of this unit is not to tell anyone ‘what you must do’ or ‘this is the way that you must do it’. The work here is based on over twenty years of teaching Film Studies at A Level in a very large (2,500 pupils) urban comprehensive in what was once described as one of the most deprived areas in the UK. It is based both on my own teaching and in leading teams of non-specialist staff, usually fresh from their teaching...

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OCR H410 A Level Film Unit 2 Film Representation+ SOL Teacher Lessons 16-26 »

Richard Gent | Monday January 18, 2016

Categories: A Level, OCR A Level, Analysis, Key Concepts, Representation, Key Skills

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Lesson Sixteen: Ideology

Slides 1-9

Objectives

  • Knowledge : To review understanding of the film framework
  • Learning : To build ideas and strategies of how to study film
  • Understanding : To link knowledge and learning by completing analysis tasks

Starter/Loop Activity (5 Minutes)

Slide 2 Task 16A Students asked to respond to the task from the Lesson Resource: Analysis of Bonnie and Clyde still. Students to write response in books/ folders.

Prepare the Learning (5 Minutes)

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OCR H410 A Level Film Unit 2 Film Representation+ SOL Teacher Lessons 1-15 »

Barry Rainsford | Monday January 18, 2016

Categories: A Level, OCR A Level, Analysis, Key Concepts, Representation, Key Skills

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  • OCR H410 A Level Film Unit 2 Film Representation+ SOL Teacher Lessons 16-26

This is the Second A Level Unit

The purpose of this unit is not to tell anyone ‘what you must do’ or ‘this is the way that you must do it’. The work here is based on over twenty years of teaching Film Studies at A Level in a very large (2,500 pupils) urban comprehensive in what was once described as one of the most deprived areas in the UK. It is based both on my own teaching and in leading teams of non-specialist staff, usually fresh from their teaching courses, with no...

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WJEC AS Film Studies FM1 Exploring Film Form Scheme »

Rob Miller | Thursday July 16, 2015

Categories: A Level, Eduqas (WJEC) A Level, WJEC AS, FM1, Analysis, Film Analysis, Film Opening Analysis, Macro Analysis, Micro Analysis, Shot Analysis, Films & Case Studies, Hollywood Films, Grand Budapest Hotel, Gravity, Skyfall, The Shining, Up, Non-Hollywood Films, Submarine, Hot Entries, Key Concepts, Genre, Narrative, Representation, Key Skills, Cinematography, Editing, Filming, Mise-en-Scene, Planning, Pre-Production, Reflective Analysis, Production Zone, Moving Image Production

Overview

  • Analysis of a 3-5 min Film Extract – Mise-en-Scene, Cinematography and Editing only: (30 Marks)
  • Creative Project – Planning, Producing and Editing a 2 min approx. film sequence of between 10-25 shots (50 Marks)
  • Reflective Analysis – (10 Marks)

Edusites Film recommends a logical time to introduce the FM1 coursework is in week 6, the second week in October, 1 week before the Half Term. By then, students will have learnt skills of textual analysis in regards to micro and macro features and be fully aware of the requirements of the subject (film analysis is a...

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