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The popular WJEC/Eduqas GCSE Media Studies Student Book has been revised and updated to reflect the latest amendments to the specifications, and is now available as a Boost eBook. It covers the new set products for assessment from 2021, and includes the new set products added for assessment in 2024. Endorsed by WJEC/Eduqas, this accessible and engaging resource will support students through their GCSE Media Studies course.
Included in the Revised Edition:
- Coverage of the new set products for assessment from 2021 onwards, including:
- Waterfalls by TLC
- Intentions by Justin Bieber
- Coverage of the new set products for assessment from 2024 onwards including:
- New film poster and industry study – No Time to Die
- Revised television sitcom choices – Man Like Mobeen or Modern Family
- New music video and online media – Lizzo
- New examples of contemporary media products across a range of forms.
- Updated sections on media contexts to reflect recent developments in culture and society.
- Up-to-date statistics and information about media industries and audiences.
- New activities to reinforce students’ knowledge and understanding.
- Up-to-date information about the exam components including practice questions to help students with the skills they need for assessment.
- Highly visual and engaging design.
- Detailed coverage of all areas of the specification, supported by highly illustrated examples.
- Exploration of the theoretical framework of Media Studies, applied to a range of media forms and products.
- A dedicated chapter on the Non-Exam Assessment element of the specification providing clear guidance on how students will be assessed.
- Exam guidance chapter to introduce students to practice questions and the assessment objectives.
- A variety of activities and extension tasks to help students broaden their knowledge and understanding and encourage independent learning.