A Level Media Studies Eduqas (QA680)

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Teacher's Introduction
Teachers' Introduction
Teachers' Introduction
Component 1: Media Products, Industries and Audiences
Section A: Analysing Media Language and Representation
Advertising: Superhuman (Video) (exams from 2024)
Advertising: Tide (Print)
Marketing: Kiss of the Vampire (Print)
Music Video: Formation (Beyoncé)
Music Video: Turntables (Janelle Monáe) (exams from 2024)
Music Video: Underdog (Alicia Keys) (exams from 2024)
Music Video: Riptide (Vance Joy)
Music Video: Seventeen Going Under (Sam Fender) (exams from 2024)
Music Video: Little Bit of Love (Tom Grennan) (exams from 2024)
Newspapers: The Daily Mirror (exams from 2024)
Newspapers: The Times (exams from 2024)
Section B: Understanding Media Industries and Audiences
Advertising: Tide (Print)
Advertising: Super. Human. (Video) (exams from 2024)
Film: Black Panther (2021 Assessment)
Newspapers: The Daily Mirror
Radio: Woman’s Hour (exams from 2024)
Radio: Have You Heard George's Podcast? (exams from 2024)
Video Games: Assassin’s Creed III: Liberation
Component 2: Media Forms and Products in Depth
Section A: Television in the Global Age
Media Representation
Media Industries
Media Audiences
Section B: Magazines – Mainstream and Alternative Media
Media Representation
Media Audiences
Section C: Media in the Online Age
Media Language
Media Representation


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