I know some people have a real bug bear on here against teachers asking for teaching activity ideas but I really am looking for some help. At A2 I teach my OCR students about representation of British people in film and television for the Media and Collective Identity exam unit. I have also just covered Section A evaluation questions with them. My problem is that having done a term long SOW they now have "most" of the content they need for the exam, and need to spend the rest of the term consolidating it and revising it and I am running out of interesting ideas. I have done the following with them already: * Got them to choose their own film / tv programme and present it to the class showing a clip and explaining what theories link to it, how it represents British people etc.. * Do timed essays and mark each others work * Create information sheets / posters about each theory we have looked at * Create a timeline of the texts we have looked * Work in groups to create a short information film about social realist representations vs commercial representations etc... But I know they are getting bored and two of them have just emailed me together saying they would like our lessons to have more "activities" they can do in lesson to demonstrate their learning. I think this is because since we finished the content for Section B the lessons have become more unstructured and more about class discussion about theories / topics and writing notes etc. I know this is useful for them but I also know that they need some actual active learning to keep them engaged and I am literally coming up with blanks. For both Section A and B really. For Section A we re-watched their AS and A2 productions and re-read their blogs they did for coursework but then we've just been discussing it and I have no ideas of activities they could do to consolidate their ideas for the essay questions. I have had a look on the resources section and there's loads of power points and information sheets for students to look at but no ideas for actual activities I could adapt for my topic and I think sometimes it is so tempting with sixth form to lecture them via powerpoint rather than do the whole starter / task / plenary thing. I really want to get back to having some active learning tasks with this class and wondered if anyone had any ideas? Any help very much appreciated and I would of course be willing to trade resources / activities for any other topic that you might be interested in.