Web Content Display (Global)

Media Studies

Students develop media literacy and production skills. They research, discuss and analyse media issues, and interact with, and create media products.

Students explore the role of media in Australian and global contexts, and how media can exert a significant influence on the way people receive and interpret information about the world, explore their own and other cultures, make economic choices, develop political ideas, and spend their leisure time.

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Web Content Display (Global)

Subject codes

Stage 1
Credits Code
10 1MES10
20 1MES20
Stage 2
Credits Code
20 2MES20

Web Content Display (Global)

Contact

Danielle Popovic

SACE Officer — Curriculum and Assessment
+61 8 8115 4706
danielle.popovic@sa.gov.au