Learning Objective

Groups, issues, values or ideas will be represented in different ways according to the form, genre and intended audience.
Print texts are open to a range of moving image adaptations.
Both documentary and drama can present a theme effectively; the boundary between fact and fiction can be hard to draw.

Key Questions

What elements stay the same and what changes (and how?) for the different audiences?
How do print and moving image respectively manage ‘literary’ features such as time, character,
setting, motivation etc?
What is gained and what is lost in each form?