Heinemann Media Student Book with Reader+ (3e) : 9781488619489

Heinemann Media Student Book with Reader+ (3e)

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3rd
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9781488619489
ISBN 10
 
1488619484
Published
 
14/12/2017
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Pearson Australia
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Description

The market-leading Heinemann Media has been updated to fully match the new 2018-2022 Media VCE Study Design. Retaining the clear, accessible style that schools love with even better teacher and student support.

Heinemann Media Third Edition covers Units 1–4 in a single book and is written by a team of Victoria's leading authorities on Media.

Reader +, the next generation eBook, gives you access to Student Book content as well as bonus multimedia assets. It’s built to work both online and offline making content easily available anytime, anywhere in every school.

Learners can quickly navigate through their eBooks, read them, take notes and save bookmarks. Reader+ integrates multimedia (audio/video) and interactive activities that enhance and extend the reading experience.

Table of contents
  • Chapter 1: Constructed realities
  • 1.1 Constructing Realities
  • 1.2 Constructing Values
  • 1.3 Constructing Gender
  • 1.4 Constructing reality
  • 1.5 Reality and Reality TV
  • 1.6 Media Reality and Hyper-reality
  • Chapter summary and assessment tasks
  • Chapter 2: Media and Change
  • 2.1 A brief history of mass media
  • 2.2 Copyright and change
  • 2.3 Social networking
  • 2.4 Data and change
  • 2.5 Creativity and change
  • 2.6 The rise of digital filmmaking
  • 2.7 The changing face of news and publishing
  • 2.8 The future of television
  • 2.9 Video games
  • Chapter summary and assessment tasks
  • Chapter 3: Investigating narrative
  • 3.1 Narratives
  • 3.2 Narrative and story in film and television
  • 3.3 Photography narrative and style
  • 3.4 Storytelling and print
  • Chapter summary and assessment tasks
  • Chapter 4: Media forms and narratives in production
  • 4.1 Media form and narrative design
  • 4.2 Roles and Stages in media creation
  • 4.3 Issues in media production
  • Chapter summary and assessment tasks
  • Chapter 5: Australian stories
  • 5.1 History of Australian Screen Stories
  • 5.2 Creating Australian stories
  • 5.3 Indigenous Australian Stories
  • 5.4 Diversity of Australian Stories
  • Chapter summary and assessment tasks
  • Chapter 6: Narratives and ideology
  • 6.1 Media narratives
  • 6.2 Narrative and storytelling conventions
  • 6.3 Technical codes
  • 6.4 Non-fiction narrative
  • 6.5 Narrative and ideology
  • Chapter summary and assessment tasks
  • Chapter 7: Media Production and design
  • 7.1 The production design plan
  • 7.2 Film
  • 7.3 Documentary film
  • 7.4 Animation
  • 7.5 Audio
  • 7.6 Photography
  • 7.7 Print
  • Chapter summary and assessment tasks
  • Chapter 8: Agency and control
  • 8.1 Relationships: Audiences, producers and institutions
  • 8.2 Direct effect trend theories
  • 8.3 Limited effect trend theories
  • 8.4 Cultural studies trend theories
  • 8.5 Media influence research and evidence
  • 8.6 Media Regulation and Control
  • 8.7 Media and agency
  • Chapter summary and assessment tasks
Features & benefits
  • Fully aligned with the 2018-2022 Media Study Design.
  • High quality, accessible content that Victorian schools love.
  • Supporting teachers and students
  • Well-known and expert author team including Lead author, Roger Dunscombe
  • Each Student Book comes with Reader+, the next generation eBook.
  • Chapter openers which introduce key concepts
  • End of chapter assessment tasks and chapter summary
  • Learning Activities that unpack the concepts and skills just learnt
Reader+ features:
  • Available for use online and offline
  • Read the student book with bonus multimedia content.
  • Add, edit, and delete highlights and notes
  • Synchronise state and data across multiple devices even when the user is offline
Author biography

Roger Dunscombe (lead author) teaches at Melbourne Girls’ College and is Chair of Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) both National and Victoria. He is also one of the National Advocates for Arts Education representing Media.

Victoria Giumarra teaches at Methodist Ladies’ College and is an ATOM Victoria Board member. Victoria has worked with VCAA as a Media Examination writer, assessor and Panel Chair.

Brett Lamb teaches at East Doncaster Secondary College and is an ATOM Victoria Board member.

Kevin Tibaldi teaches at St Monica's College and is an ATOM Victoria Board member.

Robert Young teaches and is an ATOM Victoria Education Officer.

Supplement URL
Visit the Heinemann Media site where you can request an inspection copy and view sample pages.