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     Area of Study 2      Narratives in production 

  • Narratives are created through a production process that involves the conceptualisation and development of ideas, pre-production, production, post-production and distribution. The production and distribution of narratives involves skilled use of media technologies, often in collaboration with others, where each individual undertakes speci c roles and responsibilities required at each stage of the production. While the production of narratives is a creative process, they are produced for speci c audiences and are constrained by the contexts in which they are produced, distributed, consumed and read. Students apply their theoretical learning to create and construct narratives in the form of media exercises that demonstrate one or more concepts covered in Area of Study 1.

     Outcome 2

     On completion of this unit the student should be able to apply the media production process to create, develop and construct n       narratives.

 

      To  complete  this     outcome the student will draw on key knowledge and key skills outlined in Area of Study 2. Key knowledge

  • media production processes and their relationship to speci c media forms

  • construction of narratives using the media production process

  • the roles and responsibilities required in different stages of the media production process

  • technical skills used in the operation of media technologies

  • ethical, legal and community constraints in the production and distribution of media products

  • media language appropriate to the design, production and evaluation of media products.

   Key skills

  • design and produce narratives using the stages of the media production process

  • undertake roles and responsibilities within the media production process

  • apply technical skills in the operation of media technologies

  • develop and produce narratives within ethical, legal and community constraints

  • use media language appropriate to the design, construction, production and evaluation of media productions.