WJEC GCSE 2016 topic: Film Trailers and Posters Teaching Pack (ZigZag Education)

Ordering Details

WJEC GCSE 2016 topic: Film Trailers and Posters Teaching Pack
140 A4 photocopiable pages of lesson plans and handouts with 27 PowerPoint presentations to support each lesson
Available for immediate dispatch
Preview Preview 2 Add to basket
To order, contact us by:
T: 0117 950 3199   F: 0117 959 1695
E: orders@zigzageducation.co.uk
P: ZigZag Education, Unit 3, Greenway Business Centre, Doncaster Road, Bristol BS10 5PY

A cheque must accompany private postal orders. All prices are VAT zero-rated unless specifically stated otherwise. Unless stated otherwise, P&P is £3 per order (if within UK).

Pre-order Items

Pre-order resources will either have a single dispatch date or a date range. Where there is a date range:
  • The earlier date is the best-case scenario – the date by which we aim to dispatch the resource to you, if the resource sails through quality and similar checks.
  • The later date is given to indicate the latest date by which you should expect the resource to be dispatched.

These dispatch dates may occasionally be moved back, in which case we will notify you. Conversely, publications are often delivered earlier than the dates shown.

For more information, and to see the full list of pre-order items for your subject, see the Future Publication Dates

Email Alerts

Register below to be told when new resources are available for preview and dispatch.

WJEC GCSE 2016 topic: Film Trailers and Posters Teaching Pack

Detailed 27-lesson SoW designed specifically for the WJEC 2016 exam topic.

  • Detailed Lesson Plans, Handouts & Worksheets
  • Answers, Exemplars and PowerPoints Provided
  • ‘Info sheet’ handouts relate all the key concepts to Film Trailer and Posters.
  • AfL tasks throughout for self and peer assessment

Structured lesson plans and all associated resources provided.

  • Exam-focused theory, analysis and stimulating activities throughout.
  • Regular analysis tasks and exemplars for Section A
  • Thorough practice of creative tasks for Section B

Contemporary texts thoroughly researched to ensure you cover every aspect of the topic!

ALL DIRECTLY RELEVANT TO Film Trailer and Posters!

The exam is at the centre of it and all work is relevant and yet interesting... Opportunities for peer assessment are well-directed and clear… each type of question is dealt with thoroughly... Enables pupils to know what the examiner is looking for and how to get the marks. The exploration of how meaning is created through construction and editing gives the kids an A* approach to textual analysis... The Web-Based Drama work is excellent… every conceivable relevant theory is there to give them the edge in the exam... As an educational resource I wouldn't want to be without it!

I could hand it to an NQT and be sure they were following the curriculum to the letter. As a classroom teacher, it would give me everything I need to teach this unit thoroughly. What a wonderful resource!!! K Chanter, Head of Media Studies & Independent Reviewer (previous edition)
"We loved the teaching pack and the online revision that I purchased earlier in the year for my son's Media Studies. His grade went from a D in the mocks to a high B in the June exam. I wish we had found your resources earlier!" H Thomas, Parent & Customer (2013 edition)

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (5941)
"Excellent! The content of the lessons and the clarity of the lesson plans themselves makes this an easy SOW to follow, or a set of lessons that can be dipped into when pupils need a knowledge boost (at KS5, perhaps). The pupil worksheets are accessible and user friendly, with the target language being used effectively to help pupils learn more effectively... The powerpoints are excellent and to the point, which makes lesson delivery more effective in the long run... detailed information about the exam and the topics to be covered will allow the pupils to prepare fully and tackle each question in the necessary way... allows for pupils of a lower ability through a range of activities (such as the Todorov/Barthes exercise on Narative and Binary Opposition). All in all, an incredibly valuable resource for any media studies classroom!"– B Stott, Media Studies Teacher, Independent Reviewer

© ZigZag Education, Unit 3, Greenway Business Centre, Doncaster Road, Bristol BS10 5PY