AQA GCSE Media Studies Student Book

37 26 13 100 blk - matches illuminate logo bl Media Studies AQA GCSE Approved by AQA, this engaging student book will support you through the new GCSE Media Studies specification. Written by experienced authors and teachers with examining experience, this book offers high-quality support you can trust. • Offering comprehensive coverage of the specification, this highly visual and colourful resource will stimulate and inspire • Written in clear and accessible language to offer explanations, examples and advice suitable for all GCSE Media Studies students • Featuring sections specifically focusing on media products selected from the first suite of close study products, alongside student-centred guidance on how to approach the study of CSPs • You will engage with the theoretical framework and the social, cultural, historical and political contexts through a variety of case studies • The non-exam assessment is supported with a chapter containing clear, student-focused guidance Also in this series: 978-1-911208-03-7 978-1-911208-09-9 Jerry Slater is lead developer for a major awarding body’s new GCSE Media specification and Principal Examiner for Communication and Culture. He taught Media Studies from GCSE to degree level for over 25 years. He is an Associate Lecturer, Open University. Steff Hutchinson has taught in Coventry secondary schools for over 30 years. A Media Studies, Photography and Fine Art specialist, she has been a local authority advisory teacher in the Arts, and is currently an Assistant Headteacher. Steff is a Principal Moderator for GCSE Media Studies and a contributor to a major awarding body’s new Media specifications. She has written and delivered a variety of online and face-to-face training courses for teachers. Julia Sandford-Cooke has nearly 20 years’ experience of publishing and marketing. She has written and edited numerous textbooks, specialising in vocational education, media studies, construction, health and safety, and travel. About the authors: 9 781911 208075 ISBN 978-1-911208-07-5