GCSE Media Studies Eduqas (C680QS)

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Teacher's Introduction
Teachers Introduction
Teachers Introduction
Component 1: Exploring the Media
Section A: Exploring Media Language and Representation
Magazines: Media Language (exams from 2024)
Magazines: Media Language (exams from 2025)
Magazines: Representation (exams from 2024)
Magazines: Representation (exams from 2025)
Film Posters: Media Language (exams from 2024)
Film Posters: Representation (exams from 2024)
Newspapers: Media Language (exams from 2024)
Newspapers: Representation (exams from 2024)
Print Advertisements: Media Language and Context
Print Advertisements: Representation
Section B: Exploring Media Industries and Audiences
Video Games: Industries (Fortnite - 2021)
Video Games: Audiences (Fortnite - 2021)
Component 2: Understanding Media Forms and Products
Section A: Television: Sitcoms: Man Like Mobeen (exams from 2024)
Section A: Television: Sitcoms: Modern Family (exams from 2024)
Section A: Television: Sitcoms: Friends (exams from 2024)


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