Week 8 Reviews

THIS IS A CHANGE TO THE SCHEDULE – SCRIPTWRITING WAS TO BE COVERED THIS WEEK – TO HELP STUDENTS EVALUATE AND ANALYSE THEIR OWN WORK AS WELL AS INDUSTRY EXAMPLES. APPLY THE FOLLOWING TO ANY WORK YOU HAVE NOT EFFECTIVELY EVALUATED AND REFERRED TO THE RESEARCH PLUS INDUSTRY EXAMPLES (AS WELL AS ANY FURTHER RESEARCH).

¡Critically compare a range of communication methods used to convey meaning in creative media production.

¡Understand the characteristics and methods of communication within a media context

¡1.1 Critically compare a range of research tools, method and skills.

¡2.1 Critically compare a range of primary and secondary research sources.

¡Be able to use design and research tools, methods and skills to inform ideas for creative media production.

¡Understand critical perspectives that influence the analysis of creative media production activities

¡I.E. evaluate others work and use this to reflect back upon your work.

 

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To research and review the Grayson Perry Exhibition in the Beany. (see on-line for images and other reviews to compare and contrast with yours)

To write a review of two different mediums/forms from: For films, books, TV, theatre, art exhibitions, concert, music events, recorded music, restaurants, sports event or games…

Look at a range of other reviews and make a note of the language used.

How are the presented?

Are there any significant and distinctive characteristics within each of the reviews?

 

Grayson Perry:

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/dec/11/grayson-perry-my-pretty-little-art-career-review-a-suffocating-dose-of-little-England

 

https://www.turnercontemporary.org/exhibitions/grayson-perry

 

How to write a review:

http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Review

 

A critic

http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/how-to-be-a-critic

 

Try Google: Being a critic

 

NOW USE THE ABOVE TO REFLECT AND EVALAUTE YOUR OWN WEEKLY WORK.

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