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A Level Media Studies Page: If you can withstand the flashy design Steve Baker's site includes useful student-focused study booklets and other learning materials (html only).
[http://only.at/mediastudies]

Film Education: Extensive free downloadable resources (pdfs) suitable for both primary and secondary study, as well as for sale material. Film Education is a registered charity.
[http://www.filmeducation.org]

Film Studies: A guide for AS/A level students. Provides study notes and an "ideas" section for teachers. Material can be viewed/saved online or downloaded as pdf files.
[http://www.filmstudies.co.uk]

The Media and Communication Studies Site: Mentioned here not for worksheets or lesson plans but simply because it is an essential site of which to be aware. Links to a wide selection of online articles organised by topic, which will certainly be informative to teachers. Some of these could certainly be introduced to more inquiring students.
[http://www.aber.ac.uk/media/Functions/mcs.html]

MediaEd: Developed by Media Education Wales, this site includes resources that can be freely used in the classroom, including articles, case studies, and reviews. Ages 5-11, 11-14, 14-16, 16-19 and adult. A student section includes articles on media theory.
[http.www.mediaed.org.uk]

Media Education Centre, University of Southampton: Includes a small group of free downloadable materials for teachers from the British Film Institute. It also links to the resources provided by MediaEd.
[http://www.soton.ac.uk/~mec]

Mediaknowall: Designed specifically for students following the Welsh Joint GCSE/AS/A syllabi. Includes basic online notes and links.
[http://ww.mediaknowall.com]

National Museum of Photography, Film and Television: Includes extensive education section covering all key stages, with online resources, study notes and education packs. Much of the material relates to the exhibits in the museum's galleries. Includes the STEM project which is intended to create a database of educational resources created by and for students and teachers.
[http://www.nmpft.org.uk]

 

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