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HELP! GCSE Media Denotation & Connotation resources needed

Discussion in 'Media studies' started by millypad1980, Feb 22, 2011.

  1. millypad1980

    millypad1980 New commenter

    Hi everyone,

    I'm new to teaching media this year and I'm being observed next week by the Head as part of our faculty review. I'm teaching a lesson on denotation & connotation for which I do already have resources but would appreciate if anyone could send me anything which they think could be useful (perhaps powerpoints).

    As it is not my specialist subject, I don't have the same confidence that I do for my English lessons. It's the first time (after working in the school for 7 years!) that the head has observed me teaching so I want to deliver a really good lesson.

    I'll gladly share any of the numerous resources that I have if anyone can help.

    Thank you so much!!!
     
  2. millypad1980

    millypad1980 New commenter

    Hi everyone,

    I'm new to teaching media this year and I'm being observed next week by the Head as part of our faculty review. I'm teaching a lesson on denotation & connotation for which I do already have resources but would appreciate if anyone could send me anything which they think could be useful (perhaps powerpoints).

    As it is not my specialist subject, I don't have the same confidence that I do for my English lessons. It's the first time (after working in the school for 7 years!) that the head has observed me teaching so I want to deliver a really good lesson.

    I'll gladly share any of the numerous resources that I have if anyone can help.

    Thank you so much!!!
     
  3. CarolineEm

    CarolineEm New commenter

    Leave an email address and I'll dig something out for you.
     
  4. millypad1980

    millypad1980 New commenter

    Thanks very much Caroline :)

    jhewitt60@yahoo.com
     

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