Course title: Television and Related courses
Instructor Information Mr. Charles Murphy, Radio/TV Career and Technical Education Instructor…email@example.com…Room 010…314-776-6040
Course Description Television: This course is designed for students who have previous knowledge of TV production techniques and/or have had two years of formal classroom experience in television. The course involves advanced TV production techniques (studio and field production) lighting techniques, set design, and advanced editing. Students will write and produce individual projects, video yearbooks, and videotapes of activities/performances throughout the school year. Advanced student interns will be responsible for production and post production activities (such as editing) of a weekly TV program at Saint Louis Public Schools TV at 801 N. 11th.
StudentsCourse Description Career Development: This course is designed for students who have no previous knowledge of TV production techniques and are being introduced to careers in Television. Students will participate in Television related experiences.
Prerequisites: 1year approved television related course
Text/Learning materials used for the class: Digital Video Basics, camera, microphones, lights, software
Main Instructional Objectives: Prepare students for a successful career in media related occupations in studios, on locations and in the cloud
Instructional Methods: Lecture, Group Work, video and audio production
Technology Inclusion: Digital Video Basics, camera, microphones, lights, software
Flat screens, latest video technology in particular live streaming and archiving of studio and remote events.
Expectations: List the School Expectations
1. Be in your assigned sear/are, ready to work when the bell finishes ringing.
2. Have paper, pencils/pens, books and all needed supplies everyday.
3. Keep hands, feet, books, and objects to yourself.
4. No profanity, rude gestures, teasing, or put downs.
5. Follow directions of the Student Discipline Handbook and all school adults unless the request is illegal, immoral or unsafe.
Materials needed for the course: pencils/pens, books and all needed supplies everyday
Assessments will be formative, summative, and regular
Breakdown of grade-
Final exam-20% Quizzes-10%
Class Participation-10% Projects-10%
Tests (any changes in this requires reissuing the syllabus)
Scoring Guides: Tests always include: Multiple Choice, True-False, Open
Response, and 1 Performance Event totaling 100 points
Class Policies: All assignments must be completed
(Students will not lose points for non-academic reasons such as tardies, etc.)CLASSROOM RULES:
CLASSROOM RULES FOR MR. MURPHY’S CLASSES:
1. FOLLOW MR. MURPHY’S INSTRUCTIONS AND GO EITHER TO YOUR ASSIGNED COMPUTER OR BE SEATED IN THE “RED CHAIRS” AT THE “U” SHAPED TABLES
2. PLEASE ASK PERMISSION TO SHARPEN YOUR PENCIL OR GET PAPER.
3. KEEP YOUR HANDS TO YOURSELF AT ALL TIMES.
4. DO NOT MOVE FROM YOUR ASSIGNED SEAT WITHOUT ASKING PERMISSION FIRST.
5. BE COURTEOUS AND RESPECTFUL IN ALL YOU DO.
6. RAISE YOUR HAND TO BE RECOGNIZED FOR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS.
7. DO NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS UNTIL YOU ARE CALLED ON.
I HAVE READ THESE RULES AND AGREE TO FOLLOW THEM IN ORDER TO REMAIN IN THIS CLASS