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I just need a sample of an audience ( in this case media students ) to use as an example for a research project. Are you Male Years Female Months When was the last time you saw a film, what was it? How many hours a day would you spend watching, reading or listening to: TV Radio Internet Print (magazines/newspapers) Please list your top 3 TV programmes. 1. VOLUNTARY 2. 3. Do you get pocket money/allowance? YES If so, how much do you get per week? What do you spend it on, generally? Please list your top 3 favourite foods 1. 2. 3. What is your favourite soft drink? What do you consider to be the most memorable advert you have seen? You win a £250 clothes voucher. Where would you spend it, and what would you buy? What are the 3 most common topics of conversation amongst your friends? 1. 2. 3. You’re going on a first date with the girl/guy you’ve fancied for ages. What sorts of things would you do in preparation before the date? Describe a typical weekend Describe your ideal weekend NO
List in order of preference ( 1 being your most preferred, 5 being the least preferred) which genres (types of programmes) you watch:
How old are you?
Who do you live with at home (be specific please)
Do you have a part-time job? YES NO PAID If so, please describe what you do
Sports Soap Sitcom Documentaries Film You are going to help organise some kind of music event for your year group: what types of music/bands would you want to play?
Name three people that you really admire.
What teaching skills do you most admire?
What have you learned in your media studies lessons that stands out the most?
In the classroom, what is the most effective way of helping you to learn?
Is there anything in the classroom that gets in the way of your learning?
What is the least effective way?
Classroom activities and Teaching styles What teaching do you find most effective? I prefer lessons where… I’m asked to remember information accurately The teacher involves me and class in planning We are asked to brainstorm ideas and facts We look at case studies and other real life examples we are given a choice of activities to learn the same thing We are taught as a class and all do the same work Where the teacher makes the goals of the lessons clear We have to make sense of information given to us We have to collect information and data ourselves The teacher demonstrates something we have a group or class discussion we can work things out in groups The teacher organises group work the teacher asks us for our feelings about something The teacher gives us information on printed sheets We have to undertake investigations teacher gives us information through teaching in front of class I’m allowed to make mistakes I take notes I work in pairs We practise skills We have to solve a problem I’m asked to think about my experiences The reason I’m doing something is made clear to me We can report our findings in different ways We have role-play We do experiments We have to deal with simulated, real life situations I can use my particular skills We are being tested I have to be thorough and careful with my work The teachers uses different teaching methods Where we have a video I work alone Worksheets are given out Thank you for your time! Prefer Don’t Like Don’t Mind