Television Production 1

Television Production I (28689)
Full year, two periods, 2 credits
Grades 9-12
*Dual Enrollment Offered 2015-2016 (3 college credits)

Television Production I covers the theory and practice of digital media production. Students develop skills through “hands-on” projects in the Career Center’s Digital Media Production assignments range across the fields of television, radio and the internet, and include public service announcements (PSAs), music videos, independent short films, radio spots, websites and animation. Television Production students routinely earn local, state and even national prizes though many opportunities for competitions and client work afforded by this course. Students work individually and in groups to produce original pieces, which they take with them as professional digital portfolios at the end of the class.

Examples of Assignments

The two videos below are a TV 1 assignment that focuses on using one camera but having it appear as three.


Conversation “The Stray Cat” from Arlington Career Center TV on Vimeo.

Conversation “A Normal, Ordinary, Regular, Typical, Conversation” from Arlington Career Center TV on Vimeo.

This video is a class assignment where the students randomly picked a product out of a hat and had to make an advertisement for that product.

Pepper Commercial from Arlington Career Center TV on Vimeo.

The next three videos are an assignment where the students had to create a 30 second campaign ad on why the viewer should vote for them as president.

President Nikolai from Arlington Career Center TV on Vimeo.

President Kofi from Arlington Career Center TV on Vimeo.

President Alexx from Arlington Career Center TV on Vimeo.

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