Media Technology and Film Development
This coursework will appeal to students who enjoy working with technology to be creative storytellers. See the course information below.
Prerequisites: Algebra 1 and English 1 (see course catalog for specific requirements for CP and Honors)
Recommended Grades: 10, 11, 12
Course 1: Media Technology 1
Media Technology 1 serves as an introductory to the world of film and video production. Students will learn about safety standards and the history and some of the science behind video technology. In studio production, students will get an overview of production personnel and how to produce a studio production. In field production, students will be introduced to operating a camera basics such as framing, composition and camera movement. Students will also learn the basics of sound recording, lighting and editing.
Course 2: Media Technology 2
Media Technology 2 will build upon the knowledge gained in Media Tech 1. Projects will become more involved and students will gain greater knowledge of filming, sound, lighting and editing techniques. Students will also gain a better understanding of storytelling and scriptwriting.
Course 3: Media Technology 3
Media Technology 3 will allow students to dive into the world of film and video production. This course will feature more independent learning as students create projects that meet their interests in the field of media. Students will also learn about career options.
Course 4: Media Technology 4
Students in Film will write, direct, film, edit and produce their very own short film(s). Film will serve as the students' capstone project for the Media Technology program.
Social Media Producer
Internet Content Creator
Adobe Premiere Pro
National Technical Honor Society
Anderson School District Five
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