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Yearbook I 10252X0YB
Students in this first semester laboratory class are responsible for the production of the school yearbook. Members of the staff are involved in all aspects of yearbook production. They implement basic journalistic goals of informing and entertaining an audience through the production of their high school’s publication. While working as members of a publication team, students will develop their interviewing, writing, design, photography, and interpersonal skills. Students will be required to use technology to prepare and manage the yearbook. Production of the yearbook may require several hours of after-school activities per week. Extensive fundraising, in the form of business ad sales, is a requirement of this course.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Application and sponsor approval
Yearbook II 10252X0YC
Students in this second semester laboratory class are responsible for the production of the school yearbook, as well as the preliminary work on next year’s publication. While working as members of a publication team, students will refine their interviewing, writing, design, photography, and interpersonal skills. Students will improve their use of technology to manage and finalize the current yearbook, and plan for the upcoming publication. Production of the yearbook may require several hours of after-school activities per week. Extensive fundraising, in the form of business ad sales, is a requirement of this course.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE: 10252X0YB - Yearbook I
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Yearbook I, Application, and sponsor approval
Yearbook Publications Honors 10255X0YB
The Study, practice, and refinement of the fundamentals of yearbook publication including interviewing, copy writing, layout design, photography, theme development, desktop publishing, and marketing with an emphasis on working as a team, meeting publisher's deadlines, and adhering to ethical standards.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: HonorsGRADE: 9-12
PREREQUISITE: Must have Yearbook II-10322A and have sponsor/instructor approval.
Media Skills 96102X0MA
This course is no longer available.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12
Media Broadcasting 96102X0MB
Media Broadcasting is designed to introduce communication skills and hands-on experience in the television broadcasting of school-related news. The curriculum focuses on communication theory and application. Students will be instructed in the use of production equipment, interpretation, organization of information, and production evaluation in order to produce on-camera news presentations. This course requires some afternoon and/or evening involvement due to school-wide television news broadcasts.
CREDIT: 1TYPE: RegularGRADE: 9-12