GCSE (9–1) Eduqas Teaching Packs for Component 1 Section A and B

Puts everything in one place... I absolutely would use it.L Bird, Media Studies Teacher and Independent Reviewer

This detailed scheme of work is ready to pick up and teach, with clearly structured lesson plans and stimulating activities for Component 1 Section A and Section B of the 2017 GCSE Eduqas specification.

What’s included? Here goes… Advertising; Anchorage; Barthes’ Enigma Codes; Bias; Blumler and Katz’s Uses and Gratifications Theory; Branding; Circulation and Readership; Codes and Conventions; Connotation and Denotation; Demographics; Feminism; Franchises; Gender; Genre, Subgenres and Hybrids; Icons; Ideologies; Index; Intertextuality; Key Issues and Movements; Key Terminology; Laura Mulvey’s Male Gaze; Magazines; Marketing; Media Contexts; Media Language; Media Representation; Narrative; Newspapers; Political Ideology; Repetition and Variation; Rule of Thirds; Selection, Construction and Mediation; Semiotics; Set Product Analysis; Sign, Signified, Signifier; Social Class; Stereotypes; Stuart Hall’s Audience Reception Theory; Symbols; Tabloids and Broadsheets; Tag Lines and Slogans; Target Audiences; Unseen Products; Use of Celebrity; Values; Vladimir Propp’s Narrative Theory

Includes: ✪ Lesson Outcomes ✪ Starters ✪ Main Tasks
✪ Extension Tasks ✪ Plenaries ✪ Homeworks

  • Everything you need – all resources are provided, including write-on worksheets and engaging PowerPoints
  • Full spec coverage – analyses all set products against the theoretical framework and applies relevant theories
  • Adapt by ability – the four forms can be taught in any order for maximum flexibility, plus suggestions for differentiation are provided
  • Exam preparation – practice questions given for every form – includes unseen products!

Plus! Full indicative content for easy marking

Note: This pack assumes students have already covered the basics of the theoretical framework with our ‘Intro Pack’.
Builds learners’ skills from a basic level of understanding to a more detailed one, providing stretch and challenge for higher ability levels but still being accessible for lower ability. The wide range of activities will suit all learning styles and keep learners engaged.S Backhouse, Media Teacher and Independent Reviewer