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What video resources would you like to see?

Discussion in 'Media studies' started by dougleman, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. Hi
    I am in the process of getting yr13 students to make video tutorials/resources and wondered what would be useful for everyone out there? Please go to:
    http://swanwickhallmedia.weebly.com/interactive.html
    to vote or leave a message below. The site is getting plenty of traffic from TES so thank you to everyone who has visited so far - I'd really like to get some resources on their that you would find helpful in the classroom. If anyone wants to link up and showcase their work on my site I can create new pages to accomodate.
    Cheers
    Doug
     
  2. Montages of genre conventions would be good - horror, action adventure etc. I would love to have at the moment something that shows the characteristics of heroes and villains in a succinct way. Would be great for revision too.
    Montages of representation - positive and negative for different social groups like in the OCR AS exam, or in music videos, for example, of gender.
    Videos that show the technical textual analysis aspects - all the shot types etc but particularly sound and editing seeing as we're all so poor at it apparently!
    Hope that helps.

     
  3. I would appreciate something about script writing/ writing for the screen.
    A video tutorial on media representation, camera shots/angles would also
    be useful.
     

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