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Communications Course Descriptions

Publications/Yearbook I- 1 year elective

Grades 10, 11, 12

Students must be computer literate. Students enrolled in this course will produce the school yearbook, Lion's Pride. After school work will be required, including attending school functions and selling ads in the community.

Publications/Yearbook II- 1 year elective

Grades 11, 12, Prerequisite:  Successful completion of Publications/Yearbook I

See course description for Publications/Yearbook I

Tele-Productions I- 1 year elective

Grades 11, 12

This course is an extension of Digital Media II where students take the film and editing skills learned to create weekly school broadcasts. Emphasis is put on exposing students to the wide variety of skills needed to succeed in the broadcast industry.

Tele-Productions II- 1 year elective

Grades 11, 12, Prerequisite:  Successful completion of Tele-Productions I

Students in this advanced class will continue with the curriculum started and Tele-Productions I and are responsible for producing the weekly broadcast, highlight reels, and special video segments.

Speech I and II- 1 year elective

Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

Theories and practice of speech communication as applied to business and professional situations. The course concentrates on building speaking and delivery skills, as well as critical thinking and analytical skills that focus on how to organize a presentation. Theories and practice of speech communication in relation to business and professional situations will be a focus as students write and present oral presentations.