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  1. Critical Essay Writing Responding to the question

  2. Learning Intentions • To revise Point and Response construction • To understand how to change the Point and Response to suit the question

  3. Sequence Plans Opening Sequence • Introduction • Camera technique • Audio technique • Mise-en-scene • Representation • Conclusion Closing Scene • Introduction • Chaos of battle • Captain Miller’s confusion • End of Battle • (Present Day) • Conclusion

  4. Point (Evidence) (ANALYSIS) response Point: • Must link to the question • Must introduce the topic of the paragraph Response: • Must respond to the question • Must summarise what has been covered in the paragraph

  5. Example • Choose a film in which in which the portrayal of setting is particularly important. Explain briefly why it is important and describe how the director achieved realism. Candidate choice: “Saving Private Ryan” Opening sequence of historic D-day landings on Omaha beach.

  6. Opening Sequence • Introduction • Camera technique • Audio technique • Mise-en-scene • Representation • Conclusion • Highlight; • The reference to the question • The reference to the topic Points: 2. Primarily, it is Spielberg’s ingenious use of camera technique that gives the audience a realistic view of the historic landings on Omaha beach. 3. Furthermore he uses audio technique to faithfully recreate what the soldiers would have heard on the beach. 4. Spielberg puts mise-en-scene to good use in order to make the scene very dramatic. 5.

  7. Opening Sequence • Introduction • Camera technique • Audio technique • Mise-en-scene • Representation • Conclusion • Highlight; • The reference to the question • The reference to the topic Responses: 2. The camera technique in the opening scene gives realism to this historic event. 3. Spielberg’s audio technique creates and interesting and fast-paced opening scene. 4. The detail in the props and scenery of the opening scene 5.

  8. Your Question Int 1 6. Choose a film or TV drama in which the opening sequence immediately catches your attention. Show how techniques used in the film help to make it interesting and engaging. Int 2 7. Choose a film or TV drama which has war as its subject. Show how the film, by its use of content and techniques, has brought home to you the reality of the terrible nature of war.

  9. Task • Write down a Point (opening sentence) for each paragraph of your opening scene essay. • Remember: • Use the wording of the question • State what the director is portraying • Specify that it is the opening

  10. Opening Sequence • Introduction • Camera technique • Audio technique • Mise-en-scene • Representation • Conclusion • Highlight; • The reference to the question • The reference to the topic Points: 2. 3. 4. 5.

  11. Opening Sequence • Introduction • Camera technique • Audio technique • Mise-en-scene • Representation • Conclusion • Highlight; • The reference to the question • The reference to the topic Responses: 2. 3. 4. 5.

  12. Closing Scene • Introduction • Chaos of battle • Captain Miller’s confusion • End of Battle • (Present Day) • Conclusion Closing Sequence Int 1 Choose a film or TV drama in which there is a realistic fight. Show how the techniques used by the director create impact and realism. Int 2 Choose a film or TV drama which concludes in an interesting or dramatic way. Describe the closing scene and explain why it is an appropriate way to conclude the film.

  13. Task • Highlight all the aspects of TAGL (intro/conclusion) and PEAR (main body) • Next to each paragraph, write down the topic (camera techniques/ audio etc) • Write down the main differences between the two essays. • Note two good things about the essays and one thing that could be improved. • Take a note of three good phrases that were used.

  14. Task • Write down a Point (opening sentence) for each paragraph of your closing scene essay. • Remember: • Use the working of the question • State what the director is portraying • Specify that it is the closing scene

  15. Example • Choose a film in which in which the portrayal of setting is particularly important. Explain briefly why it is important and describe how the director achieved realism. Candidate choice: “Saving Private Ryan” Opening sequence of historic D-day landings on Omaha beach.

  16. Market Summary • Summarize your market in the past, present, and future. • Review those changes in market share, leadership, players, market shifts, costs, pricing, or competition that provide the opportunity for your company’s success.

  17. Opportunities • Identify problems and opportunities. • State consumer problems, and define the nature of product/service opportunities that are created by those problems.

  18. Business Concept • Summarize the key technology, concept, or strategy on which your business is based.

  19. Competition • Summarize the competition. • Outline your company’s competitive advantage.

  20. Goals and Objectives • List five-year goals. • State specific, measurable objectives for achieving your five-year goals. • List market-share objectives. • List revenue/profitability objectives.

  21. Financial Plan • Outline a high-level financial plan that defines your financial model and pricing assumptions. • This plan should include expected annual sales and profits for the next three years. • Use several slides to cover this material appropriately.

  22. Resource Requirements • List requirements for the following resources: • Personnel • Technology • Finances • Distribution • Promotion • Products • Services

  23. Risks and Rewards • Summarize the risks of the proposed project and how they will be addressed. • Estimate expected rewards, particularly if you are seeking funding.

  24. Key Issues • Near term • Identify key decisions and issues that need immediate or near-term resolution. • State consequences of decision postponement. • Long term • Identify issues needing long-term resolution. • State consequences of decision postponement. • If you are seeking funding, be specific about any issues that require financial resources for resolution.