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COURSE TITLE: Video Technology I

 

 

TARGET POPULATION: 10, 11, 12th graders

 

 

PREREQUISITE: None

 

 

TIME ALLOTMENT/PERIODS PER WEEK: 225 minutes per week ( 5 periods per wk.)

 

QUARTER UNIT/SEMESTER/YEAR COURSE:  Year Course

 

 

CREDITS:

(if applicable) 5

 

AN EXECUTIVE DESCRIPTION: Video Technology I is a full year 5-credit course offered to students in grades 10-12. This elective is designed to introduce students to systems of media-communication technology. Students will perform hands-on activities using state-of-the-art machines and materials (such as camcorders, a professional computer editing program, audio equipment, digital switches, mixers, computer aided graphics, computer animations, etc.), which will allow students to explore various areas of media technology. Students interested in performing in front of the camera, or behind it, and who wish to understand the process of putting on a television show from A to Z, will find this course beneficial and rewarding.

 

 

TEXTS:           Video Basics 2  by Herbert Zettl

                     Video Basics 2  Workbook    by Herbert Zettl 

                       

 

 

SUPPORT MATERIALS:

(Including software, supplemental texts, novels, films, etc.)

 

The Videomaker  Handbook   by Jim Stinson

Adobe Premiere CC

Adobe Photoshop CC

Adobe Encore

Radio Console, Mixers Audio

Sony HD Digital Cameras

Studio Cameras

Custom Control Panel

Digital Juice Production Library

Lighting and Sound Boards

12 quad core PC’s, with (Adobe Premiere CC, Photoshop, Internet and Microsoft Office 2010)

 

 

 

 

COURSE TITLE: Video technology II

 

 

TARGET POPULATION: 11th and  12th  graders

 

 

PREREQUISITE: Video Technology 1

 

 

TIME ALLOTMENT/PERIODS PER WEEK: 225 minutes per week ( 5 periods per wk.)

 

QUARTER UNIT/SEMESTER/YEAR COURSE:  Year Course

 

 

CREDITS:

(if applicable) 5

 

AN EXECUTIVE DESCRIPTION: The Video  Production II Course is an advanced study of the production of both radio and television programs. Through the use of video and audio equipment students will further their understanding of the processes involved in the production of quality television and radio programs. Students will gain through independent and team projects the ability to problem solve in both groups and individually.  Advanced video productions in formatting news and music programs will relate to both reading and written assignments.  Students will develop problem solving techniques as an important component in both the work-world and everyday life.

 

 

 

TEXTS:           Video Basics 2  by Herbert Zettl

                      Video Basics 2  Workbook    by Herbert Zettl 

                       

 

SUPPORT MATERIALS:

(including software, supplemental texts, novels, films, etc.)

 

The Videomaker  Handbook   by Jim Stinson

Adobe Premiere CC

Adobe Photoshop

Radio Console, Mixers Audio

SOny HD Digital Cameras

Studio Cameras

Custom Control Panel

CD Player/Yamaha P1500 Sound System

Lighting and Sound Boards

11Pentium 4 based PC’s (housing animation software, Adobe Premiere CC, Photoshop CC, Internet and Microsoft Office 2010