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School: JR.

Tucker High School

Teacher: Ms. Williams
36 Week Class
2018-19 School Year

Course Title: Video and Media Technology Course No.: 8497

Course Fee: $10.00

Materials Needed:

Google Drive
1. Headphones
2. Laptop and Charger
3. Memory Card 4GB or Higher

Course Description & Expectations:

This course offers students a hands-on opportunity to study all aspects of video and media production. Students will
conceptualize, plan, and contribute through all production phases: preproduction, production, and postproduction. In
addition, students will practice various methods of gathering and recording information and creating novel content to create
a variety of video and media productions while operating studio editing software and video and audio equipment.

Any student identified as a CTE Completer must take an industry credential test. An industry credential test may be: an industry
certification examination, licensure or occupational competency assessment as approved by the Virginia Board of Education. The
CTE credential exam given in this course is: 8497; your teacher will announce your exam’s specific date prior to taking the exam.

Instructional Philosophy:

There are several educational, social and technical issues that are considered in Video.
1. Use various types of technology devices to perform learning tasks.
2. Identify the specific uses for various types of technology and digital resources.
3. Select and use local, network, and Internet resources and tools.
4. Capture and edit video.
5. Capture Morning News Segments
6. Determine options that will allow extended use of the facilities beyond the classroom time.

Student Learning Goals:

Upon completing Video and Media Technology, students should be able to:
1. Record a News Segment
2. Communicate about technology with appropriate terminology
3. Identify the specific uses for various types of technology and digital resources.
4. Discuss why Digital Media is important.
5. Photography and Interview Students and Teachers
6. Edit Video
7. Understand lighting and Shooting Methods
Assessment Plan:
2018-19 Grading Projects: 40% Classwork: 25% Quizzes =10% Tests = 15% Homework = 10%
Lett Perce 4.0
er nt Scale • Tardy Policy
You must be in class before the bell rings. There will be consequences enforced for all
A+ 97-100 4.0
tardiness. Students will be sent to the tardy desk to receive a late pass to class.
A 93-96 4.0
A- 90-92 3.7 •Assignment/Make Up Policy
B+ 87-89 3.3 o LATE WORK, I do understand that emergency situations may prevent a
student from turning in an assignment on time. In these emergency
B 83-86 3.0
situations, a student may submit a daily assignment no more than 2 days
B- 80-82 2.7 late. For major assignments, students have ample time to complete and late
C+ 77-79 2.3 work will be penalized. If there are extenuating circumstances, the student
C 73-76 2.0 must speak to me privately and I will discuss with him/her on a one to one
C- 70-72 1.7
D+ 67-69 1.3 have an excused absence that keeps you from either turning in an
D 65-66 1.0 assignment or receiving instructions for an assignment, it is your duty to
F Below 0.0 talk to me about the assignment as soon as you return. You may also email
o MAKE UP WORK is designated for students who have excused
absences. If you are absent and it is excused, you must speak to me about any make up work the day
you return. You will have only as many days as you were out to submit the assigned work. I am
available during tutoring hours to discuss assignments missed. Please see me privately to discuss your


In addition to Google Drive there is a class website that will be used regularly in class with Schoology. All class material will be
available on the site. The class calendar and all important information will be found here as well. You should bookmark this
site! Parents, feel free to check the website for updates.

CTE Industry Certification

Workplace Readiness Skills for the Commonwealth Examination

Units: Some of the Unit Taught

Topic /Units Taught Topic/Units Taught

1. Production Phases 2. Internet Safety
3. Hardware vs Software 4. Video Editing
5. Brainstorming 6. Workplace Readiness
7. Audio 8. Video Careers
9. Video Composition 10. Social Media
11. Scripting 12. Broadcasting