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eBook Media in Art: Classroom Materials for Moving Media in Art at Key Stage Three Introducing Practical Work for GCSE Media Studies ePub

eBook Media in Art: Classroom Materials for Moving Media in Art at Key Stage Three Introducing Practical Work for GCSE Media Studies ePub

by Tony Carroll

  • ISBN: 0851706215
  • Category: Arts Music and Photography
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Tony Carroll
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: BFI Publishing (December 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 70
  • ePub book: 1444 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1548 kb
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Photocopiable resources. School Textbooks & Study Guides: Social Sciences. This paperback provides an introduction to media education in Art for teachers at Key Stage 3 with units of work for Years 7,8 and 9, which can be adapted for GCSE Media Studies. Television & film (Children's/YA). It consists of three modules: throwing light on the subject (exploring lighting in film); design for film; and TV logos.

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This paperback provides an introduction to media education in Art for teachers at Key Stage 3 with units of work for Years 7,8 and 9, which can be adapted for GCSE Media Studies. It consists of three modules: throwing light on the subject (exploring lighting in film); design for film; and TV logos.