Differentiated Homeworks for GCSE 9–1 Eduqas
Stimulating and imaginative homeworks with detailed coverage of the theoretical framework, set products and relevant theories for GCSE 9–1 Eduqas. A fantastic tool for reinforcing classroom learning and gauging student understanding.
ZigZag are invaluable – I genuinely don’t know how we would have taught the course otherwise
Encourage independent learning and improvement!
- Tailored to ability – tasks are structured in three distinct learning levels and marked with discreet icons
- Engages your class and aids student confidence with a wide range of progressively difficult visual and creative tasks, including planning activities, exam-style questions, gap-fills, pitch writing, and much more
A revision-esque approach to repeat and remind students of the key media concepts with a variety of different tasks
Ready to use with no teacher preparation!
- Mapped to the spec for quick and effective homework choices
- Indicative content included – ideal for easy marking
A great accompaniment to the GCSE 9–1 Eduqas Teaching Packs
What do teachers say about this resource? (8004)
Very useful... As a mixed ability subject it is useful to make the students feel more cohesive as a class and they are able to develop their knowledge regardless of their level... It takes the thought out of homework setting and can be used by non-specialists as well... ZigZag are invaluable – I genuinely don’t know how we would have taught the course otherwise.
'Very well structured and complements the previously published Sitcoms Teaching Pack. It matches the specification well, and allows learners an element of choice, and to learn at their own pace. The Scheme of Work grid was very useful as it was clear and easy to see the different tasks at a glance, allowing teachers to pick and choose a task by theme, rather than having to follow them in a rigid order. I especially liked the use of icons to allow students (and teachers) to easily identify the differentiated tasks.
'I liked it. Simple and straightforward, really easy to navigate through and covers much/most of what is required by the exam board... It is good to be able to have a pack of ready made homeworks that can be sent home with students... The scheme covers a good range of the required angles necessary for thorough study of the two set texts. Key concepts LIAR are all covered to a good standard. The use of exam style questions throughout the scheme is great to show students what to expect and practice writing appropriate answers... I definitely like the idea of differentiated tasks for different levels of challenge also.
What do teachers say about this resource? (9012)
A good selection of homework tasks that would benefit teachers and students... The resource offers a revison-esque approach to repeat and remind students of the key media concepts with a variety of different tasks, fill the blanks, match the words etc. Good for differentation. Good use of set texts from the exam board along with other texts that serve as the "unseen texts" in the exam so good practice there for the students. The course is HUGE in terms of set texts and different media covered, tasks like these are useful to revise from and assess student's knowledge and understanding.
A clear overview with outlined tasks that demonstrate a progression in developing students knowledge and understanding. I liked that there are a range of activities using set texts and wider texts. Allows teachers to check for prior understanding or misconceptions of key terms and concepts. The tasks encourage students to extend their prior learning and apply their understanding to wider texts. It also gives them some exam practice time. The answers included could be given to teachers new to the subject, or allow students to peer/self assess.
What do teachers say about this resource? (9016)
This homework pack is differentiated well, allowing for a range of learners to access it and progress from it. A nice variety of different types of activities, all leading up to a writing task which is good for exam preparation. Excellent for teachers to either set as homework or to be used in class as lesson activities.
- Component 1: Exploring the Media
- GCSE Eduqas Media Studies C680QS
- GCSE Homeworks
- Media Studies Homeworks
- Quality Street
- Section A: Exploring Media Language and Representation
- Section B: Exploring Media Industries and Audiences
- The Archers
- The Guardian
- The Man with the Golden Gun
- The Sun
- This Girl Can
- The Sweeney
- Section A: Television
- Component 2: Understanding Media Forms and Products
- IT Crowd
- TLC, Waterfalls (1995)
- Pharrell Williams, Freedom (2015)
- Taylor Swift, Bad Blood (2014)
- Michael Jackson, Black or White (1991)
- Duran Duran, Rio (1982)
- Bruno Mars, Uptown Funk (2014)
- Section B: Music (music videos and online media)
- Katy Perry, Roar (2013)