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199. Approaches to AS and A Level Production Work - NEA

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The aim of this Media Studies Factsheet is to explore the processes you can follow to enable you to create a successful NEA (non-exam assessment) production for AS and A Level Media Studies. Guidance will be offered on:
Working with a brief.
The importance of research.
Using the theoretical framework to inform your production work.
Effective Planning.

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September 2019

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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