Television Production II
 

CRS 110191                        Grade 9-12                                    CR 1                        S                     1 block

PREREQUISITE: Television Production 1

This course expands upon information learned in Television Production 1 and will immerse students in a number of more in-depth projects. Students will continue to develop skills in pre-production planning, camera use, screen dynamics, and non-linear editing, with additional units on lighting, audio for video, alternate methods of production, and extended post-production techniques being explored as time allows. All this will be accomplished while working on authentic productions for Spaulding High School and the Rochester School District. As with TV Production 1, completed productions will be broadcast on RTV (Metrocast Channel 25) or distributed through YouTube or other media outlets. Please be aware that this class WILL REQUIRE occasional after school and evening participation.

Competencies:

1)   COMMUNICATION - Students will understand the persuasive and communicative nature of broadcast media and how it has been, and is still today used to influence actions and decisions. (30%)

2)   PROCESS - Students will understand that if a story is to be both effective and influential it must pass through three phases of production, each requiring its own specific layers of organizational skill.  (35%)

3)   TECHNIQUE - Students will understand that using broadcast media to tell or document a story requires an in-depth knowledge of both technical elements and creative techniques.  (35%)

 

Performance Indicators:

C-1) Demonstrate knowledge of landmarks and personalities in the history of television and film production that helped         to define the medium
C-2)
Develop an understanding of the influential and even manipulative  nature of product advertising, political                        advertising, public service announcements, talk shows, reality television, etc.
C-3)
Demonstrate a command of the basic “grammar” of television and film production as it pertains to communicating         psychological messages to the viewer

P-1)
Demonstrate knowledge of, and willingness to abide by, the basic laws governing media production and                        distribution
P-2)
Develop and demonstrate the ability to execute the pre-production concepts of research, storyboarding, scripting,         interview preparation, location scouting, obtaining permissions, etc.
P-3)
Demonstrate knowledge of the hierarchy of technical positions required during different types of broadcast                    productions as well as the responsibilities of each
P-4)
Develop and demonstrate the ability to execute the post-production concepts of logging, script adjustment,                    acquisition of royalty-free media, development of graphic information, etc.

T-1)
Demonstrate knowledge of the elements and functionality of the video cameras, lighting kit, editing software,                    microphones, etc. as well as proper care for each
T-2)
Demonstrate the ability to apply the rules of composition, camera movement, screen dynamics, and transition                throughout all phases of the production
T-3)
Demonstrate an understanding of proper on-camera etiquette for various styles of television productions
T-4)
Demonstrate knowledge of the concepts involved in basic editing and digital delivery as well as the ability to apply         them