Year 11 Media Studies - What are you watching?
Teacher in Charge: B. O'Rourke
A largely academic course focused on developing critical thinking skills around the use of screens in current society. Starting with small handheld screens and moving to the "big" screen, students will explore audience theories and current issues around social media platforms, then move towards close reading for identity and (mis)representation in NZ short film.
If you read a lot of books, you’re considered well read. But if you watch a lot of tv, you’re not considered well viewed ! - Lily Tomlin
VIEW the attached PPT - see external link below
Contributions and Equipment
8GB pen drive
Recommended Prior Learning
television, radio, print journalism, producers, directors, art designers, production runners, cinematographers, videographers, advertising, social media specialists, drone operator, camera operator, event management, video and film editors, copywriters, print editors, costumers, prop makers, animator, communication, public relations, policy advisors, scriptwriter, planners, digital marketing, graphic designers, digital web design, programmers, media analysts, brand marketing, creatives, client liaison, account directors, market researchers, video game designer, Production Assistant, radio host, campaign executive, composer/musician, sound recordist, digital engineer, lighting technician, researcher, location manager, actor,