I got an A* too but just scraped it, im so close to the A border and the worst part is mine has been sent off for moderation!!GRE is far behind you and only last crucial stage is left – your graduate project.Narrative and Descriptive Essay English Composition I AXC Regina Mc Kinney Professor: Nancy Segovia January 1, A narrative essay is about storytelling for a narrative story to work it must capture and hold the audience attention you must give a clear understanding of your story.In addition to the broad coverage of all nine media forms, students must engage in the in depth study of at least one audio-visual, one print and one online, social and participatory media form.Each in depth study will link the specified media form to all four areas of the theoretical framework. The newspapers will be updated every year in order to ensure that the stories students are covering do not become too outdated. The focus of study is not the products themselves but, rather, the theoretical framework and contexts of media.Please see your exams officer if you do not have access to the secure website or if you cannot find the resource.Connect with teachers via our online networking map The aim is to create an interactive map to support centres wishing to share experiences and ideas online and face-to-face.it also asks for a pitch and online marketing product....I haven't really got examples of family sci-fi because from the brief, it sounds like we have to make a film which would attract a family audience, but question 1 for example is most likely going to be something along the lines of "how do science fiction films keep the audience interested?AQA will publish a list of products that students must study on the secure area of the AQA website on 1 June preceding the start of the course. Exam questions will focus on the theoretical framework and contexts of the media but students will be expected to answer with reference to or analysis of relevant CSPs.These products should be seen as a vehicle for the delivery of the specification, rather than products to be 'learned' in detail.