Narrative
Todorov
Four main stages to a complete
narrative.
Narrative
Narrative and Story
What is the difference?
Story is the chronological order of
events in your film.
Narrative i...
Narrative
Equilibrium
Disruption
Resolution
New Equilibrium
Narrative
Can these stages be identified in
your film?
Can the standard order be
identified?
How does the audience engage
...
Narrative
Levi-Strauss
Binary Opposites
Theorised that it is the resolution of
the conflict between these that
creates a N...
Batman
Joker
Batman Bane
Two Face / Harvey Dent
Narrative
Good Vs
Men Vs
Crime Vs
Narrative
Identify binary opposites in your
coursework.
How did these affect the audience's
engagement with the film?
Did ...
Narrative
Propp
Morphology of the folk tale
Characters and functions
7 characters and 31 functions
Narrative
Propp
Morphology of the folk tale
Characters and functions
7 characters and 31 functions
Narrative
Propp
Hero
Villain
Helper
Dispatcher
Princess or Prize
Donor
False Hero
Narrative
Not types of person, but patterns of
behaviour.
One character can move between the
'spheres'
Narrative
Can you identify any of the spheres in
your coursework?
Do these assist with your audience's
engagement with the...
Narrative
Level 4 (21–25 marks)
Candidates demonstrate a clear understanding of narrative and
relevant media theory and ca...
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Narrative Revision

Narrative Revision Presentation for G325
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. Narrative Todorov Four main stages to a complete narrative.
  • 2. Narrative Narrative and Story What is the difference? Story is the chronological order of events in your film. Narrative is your choice in the way these are presented.
  • 3. Narrative Equilibrium Disruption Resolution New Equilibrium
  • 4. Narrative Can these stages be identified in your film? Can the standard order be identified? How does the audience engage with each stage?
  • 5. Narrative Levi-Strauss Binary Opposites Theorised that it is the resolution of the conflict between these that creates a Narrative.
  • 6. Batman Joker
  • 7. Batman Bane
  • 8. Two Face / Harvey Dent
  • 9. Narrative Good Vs Men Vs Crime Vs
  • 10. Narrative Identify binary opposites in your coursework. How did these affect the audience's engagement with the film? Did the binary opposites create the narrative or could you evaluate the theory's application to your film?
  • 11. Narrative Propp Morphology of the folk tale Characters and functions 7 characters and 31 functions
  • 12. Narrative Propp Morphology of the folk tale Characters and functions 7 characters and 31 functions
  • 13. Narrative Propp Hero Villain Helper Dispatcher Princess or Prize Donor False Hero
  • 14. Narrative Not types of person, but patterns of behaviour. One character can move between the 'spheres'
  • 15. Narrative Can you identify any of the spheres in your coursework? Do these assist with your audience's engagement with the film?
  • 16. Narrative Level 4 (21–25 marks) Candidates demonstrate a clear understanding of narrative and relevant media theory and can relate concepts articulately to the production outcome, describing specific elements in relation to theoretical ideas about how media texts are constructed as narratives. Candidates offer a range of specific, relevant, interesting and clear examples of how their product can be understood in relation to relevant theories of narrative. The use of conceptual language is excellent. . Complex issues have been expressed clearly and fluently using a style of writing appropriate to the complex subject matter. Sentences and paragraphs, consistently relevant, have been well structured, using appropriate technical terminology. There may be few, if any, errors of spelling, punctuation and grammar.