CLASSES

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Classes

The Rough Writer

This course explores the methods and processes of journalistic products, including both the school yearbook and newspaper. By specializing in one area or combining a variety of roles, students can develop or refine skills as writers, photographers, layout editors, copy editors, and/or managing editors. Students are expected to enter class with the knowledge of how to write in the journalistic style, basic photography experience, and a basic understanding of computers.  

Student learn to write informative and ethical stories using AP style criteria for publication, interview effectively, understand the basic photo and design composition while understanding media literacy and its impact on society. Students in the publication classes will hep produce print and online student media materials.  

The Rider

This course explores the methods and processes of journalistic products, including both the school yearbook and newspaper. By specializing in one area or combining a variety of roles, students can develop or refine skills as writers, photographers, layout editors, copy editors, and/or managing editors. Students are expected to enter class with the knowledge of how to write in the journalistic style, basic photography experience, and a basic understanding of computers.  

Student learn to write informative and ethical stories using AP style criteria for publication, interview effectively, understand the basic photo and design composition while understanding media literacy and its impact on society. Students in the publication classes will hep produce print and online student media materials.  

Photojournalism

Students in Photojournalism communicate in a variety of forms for a variety of audiences and purposes. Students are expected to plan, interpret, and critique visual representation, carefully examining their product for publication. Students will become analytical consumers of media and technology to enhance their communication skills. Students will study the laws and ethical considerations that impact photography. Technology, visual, and electronic media are used as tools for learning as students create, clarify, critique, and produce effective visual representations. Students will refine and enhance their journalistic skills and produce photographs for a journalistic publication.

Journalism I

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