GCSE 9–1 Eduqas Teaching Pack: Introduction to Media
Gauge student understanding and build up the basics
This stimulating and detailed six-lesson scheme of work familiarises students with the framework and key terminology via structured starters, activities and plenaries. Pick up and teach as introductory lessons or taster sessions – the perfect foundation for GCSE WJEC Eduqas Media Studies.
Every lesson includes:
- Fun, creative and engaging worksheets and PowerPoint activities such as symbol and advert creation – great for visual and weaker learners
- Full indicative content for easy marking and peer- or self-assessment
This resource is for the WJEC Eduqas 9–1 specification (outside Wales). See here for the WJEC Wales edition.
|What do teachers have to say about this resource? (8109)|
|"A good overview of the specification... uses a range of current media examples to support student’s understanding... The lesson plans and worksheets are detailed...It is closely linked to the key words and details of the specification so that students can start to understand the different areas of the media that they have to study." K Sims, Head of Department and Independent Reviewer|
|"Life saving! It has really helped to establish topics that have been covered in class... It can be used as starters or as homework and is very versatile." - H Parmenter, Head of Media and Independent Reviewer|
|'For anyone new to Media I think it could be a great guide for them to get started... Good range of activities for whole class, group and individual tasks... A good intro scheme with some good current examples to refer to... Good for introducing the basics and key terminology. A good whistle stop intro.' – L Bird, Subject Leader & Independent Reviewer|
|‘A self-contained, short scheme of work that will give Media Studies students an excellent starting point for the course. The 6, hour-long lessons are logically sequenced, but can also be used as stand-alone lessons. Very clearly structured and informative, detailed and very well planned. Guidance given is thorough and detailed. I particularly liked the suggestions for homework tasks to complement each lesson. Matches and interprets the specification very well. Consideration has been given to some centres’ lack of access to computers and the internet, and many of the tasks can be done on paper or in books. I would definitely purchase this resource as soon as possible; it is extremely thorough and saves teachers a huge amount of time.’ – S Backhouse, Media Teacher and Independent Reviewer|