The course is a prerequisite to Broadcast Media I, Journalism I, and Publications I unless approved by the instructor.This introductory course is designed to develop knowledge and basic skills in photography with an emphasis on technology and photo editing software (Photoshop).This laboratory class is designed to help student editors meet the increasing demands of producing high-quality publications.
Students must devote time outside of the regular school day to meet deadlines. 12) Through internships, job shadowing and other career investigation activities, students enrolled in Broadcast Media III will be given many opportunities to explore “real world” opportunities in the broadcast field.
Students will also be responsible for producing a monthly public affairs program highlighting activities in the Independence School District. 9-12) This introductory year long course focuses on broad knowledge of journalism.
Students should submit an application, which can be obtained from the advisor for entrance into this course. 12) The Editorial Leadership course is designed for student editors of the yearbook and newspaper.
It emphasizes the development of skills in human relations, oral and written communication, critical thinking and advanced problem solving.
After successful completion of this course students may continue into the AP 2D Design Photography, which may earn the student an elective college credit.
Students will be required to investigate all three aspects of the portfolio, which include Quality, Concentration, and Breadth. Students may use SLR 35 mm camera or digital camera or a combination of both.
The course is a prerequisite to Broadcast Media I, Journalism I, and Publications I unless approved by the instructor. 10-11) This laboratory course is designed to produce the school yearbook.
Students will be exposed to yearbook (magazine) journalism through story generating, writing, designing, advertising, and the editing process. 12,) Students will further their skills through working on the school yearbook.
Students will have access to a darkroom and computer room with software, as well as a scanner and printer.
Students are expected to develop mastery in photographic concepts, composition and execution of ideas.