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Media Studies for GCSE - Pupil Book

by Pete Wall

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 000723497X, Paperback)

This bestselling Pupil Book, now in it's Third Edition, offers unequalled coverage in it's approach to case studies, practical production assignments and the Controlled Test. This useable book will: / Improve your students understanding of the key concepts -- with full explanations of 'reading' different media 'texts', demonstrated and reinforced through stimulating examples and activities / Help students to get the best grades -- with thorough preparation for the various modes of assessment via dedicated sections on skills to tackle the different tests and assignments / Enhance students performance in the year's test topic -- with resources specifically to support the on-line Controlled Test

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