Media Studies

Media Studies

Creative Arts

Specification

OCR GCSE Media Studies

Course Structure

Students study representation and advertising, film and TV, alongside practical work in film and print.

Assessment

40% External Examination 60% Controlled Assessment

Additional opportunities

Lessons are half theoretical and half practical offering the opportunity to put your learning into practice.

Skills Developed

You will develop a wide range of skills including the ability to analyse a variety of different texts, and to construct them in the same way that professional media makers do.

Progression Routes

GCSE Media Studies provides a sound basis for further studies in a variety of different areas such as film, TV, radio, drama and journalism. It is also an ideal preparation for any activity which requires creativity and teamwork. It is a good starting point for those interested in Psychology and Sociology too.

For more information

Ms J Dunn

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