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Nelson Film Television and New Media for QCE Student Book with 1 Access Code for 26 Months

By | Copyright Year:2019 | ISBN-13: 9780170423601

Nelson Film, Television and New Media for QCE is a stand-alone textbook for the Film, Television and New Media syllabus being implemented in 2019. The student book supports teachers by comprehensively covering the syllabus content, whilst preparing students for the external exam and summative assessment. The text is written by the highly experienced media author and teacher, Dr Colin Stewart, and is highly visual with full colour images throughout. Nelson Film, Television and New Media for QCE addresses teaching new areas of the syllabus, including multi-platform storytelling, and Marzano's taxonomy of educational objectives underpins the text.

NelsonNet resources available*
Teacher Resources:
• PDFs
• Weblinks
• Templates
• Assessment tasks

Student Resources:
• Weblinks
• Worksheets
• Videos
• Templates

*Complimentary access to NelsonNet is available to teachers who use the accompanying student book as a core resource in their classroom. Contact your local education consultant for access codes and conditions.


1 Foundations
2 Production
3 Story Forms
4 Production for media stories
5 Participation
6 Production for multi-platform media
7 Identity
8 Production for stylistic film


Dr Colin Stewart is Head of Deaprtment for Visual Arts and Media at Kenmore State High School. He has taught secondary Film, Television and New media subjects for more than thirty years. He has been involved in media curriculum writing at state and national levels for more than twenty years, and has degree majors in newspaper and television journalism, as well as a research doctorate in media curriculum.

Kylie Agnew is currently a QCAA panelist and senior teacher at Mansfield State High School. She has been involved in syllabus and curriculum resource development at both state and national levels.

Matthew Beattie is a senior Film, Television and New Media teacher at Indooroopilly State High School.

Aimee Gust is Head of Department - The Arts in Brisbane State High School, a member of ATOM Queensland and formed part of the curriculum writing team for the QCAA syllabus development.

Darren Sinclair teaches Film, Television and New Media and Art at Kenmore State High School.