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Grade: 10-12

Credit: 1 unit
Teacher approval with application. Must have completed Introduction to Video Technology/Broadcasting;
strongly recommend B average in English; 95% attendance record.

Students focus on video technology skills acquired in Introduction to Video Technology/Broadcasting. Students gain hands-on
experience by writing, directing, and editing their own digital projects. The course is designed to give each student an opportunity
to specialize and experience collaboration while creating various productions such as short films, documentaries, PSAs, animation,
advanced graphic design. Students can expect to learn through lecture, though critiquing the work of other video makers including
fellow classmates, and through hands-on production. Class may be taken for elective credit or practical art credit. Students
may choose to take this course for dual credit. Dual credit information can be found under the Advanced Studies