More Handouts

Thanks to those who came in today. I hope you found it as useful as I did. 🙂

Here are a couple of extra handouts that we used/discussed today. You’ve either had these in paper form, or they have been on the blog at the appropriate time, but here they are to give you some more pointers and notes…

CLICK BRAHMS HIPSTER BEARD TO DOWNLOAD

I’ll be around periods 3, 4 and 6 tomorrow if you want to come in. 🙂

Role of Media – May 2017

Media Revision Notes

Key Aspects Booklet and Glossary

Propp Intro

Role of Media – November 2015 PRINT

Ooops! Almost forgot to add this one… It’s a work in progress, so is not complete, but it’ll hopefully point you in the right direction for things we’ve covered.

Role of the Media – UNIT

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REVISION HANDOUTS

I’ve been busy with these for you… they are mostly broken down to point you at the correct part of the course/notes and also to point you at what you could say for the tasks.

In no particular order… (Click the link to download. All files are PDFs)

SQA Revision Multiple Egs

Media Revision Notes

2017 – PQD Overview

I will be running a study support/exam prep session tomorrow from 9 -> 1 or 2 depending on demand/need. I’m planning to tackle Q1 periods 1&2, and Q2 (Role of Media) periods 3&4. I’ll also be running a similar session Tuesday periods 3&4 and lunchtime. Basically, if you have questions, come in and ask! 😉

Audience – Part 01

As promised, here’re the slides from today. If you’re smart, you’ll realise we haven’t been through all of them… and more importantly, you should have realised that there is a LOT of information in them as well… You need to read them through thoroughly. And ask questions because we both know you haven’t picked it all up on the first ‘reading’. (PS: There’ll be a short quiz on the topic soon as well. #justsayin)

Anyway… if you’re paying attention, you know what to do. Click on the woman 2 rows back, 2nd from the right (with the blond hair) to download the slides.

Audience Download PNG

Tomorrow, we should finish off this part of the slides ready to move on for your own market research. 🙂