• Audio Video Production II

     

    Instructor - Mr. Mario Falcon

    Mfalco1@neisd.net

    (210) 356-2237

    D 24

     

    Credentials - Bachelor of Arts in Communications Arts,

                        University of The Incarnate Word 2006

                        Trade & Industrial Technology,

                        Media Technology

     

    Course Overview -

    Students will work on several audio and/or video productions created for television, cable television, education, radio, entertainment, business and/or industry. Students may concentrate on specific areas of interest such as videography, video editing, film editing, audio recording, audio mixing, sound reinforcement, sound design, dialog editing, lighting, directing, producing, still or animated computer graphics, special effects, voice talent, on-camera talent, production management and camera operation. Students will create a portfolio of work. Additional time beyond regular school hours is required for productions.

     

    Students will be able:

    • To understand and summarize the beginning, the history, and the evolution of the audio, video, and film industries. Additionally, students will analyze and describe the current trends in the industries and explain how changes in technology are impacting same. The skills and knowledge gained through this unit will serve as background information for all subsequent units and will inform all aspects of production
    • Strong ELA and Math skills are critical components of high–level audio, video, and film projects. Skills learned will be applied as projects and presentations are created and shared. The culminating activity for the unit will span the entirety of the course as skills learned will be applied in the various projects required for course completion.
    • To apply the standards of ethical conduct, the legal requirements of ethical behavior, and liabilities associated for failure to meet those expectations. Students will discuss the constructs of confidentiality, copyright laws and will analyze the impact of the audio and video industry on society. Additionally, students will create examples of proper crediting of ideas and respecting intellectual property. The culminating activity for this unit will span the entirety of the course as skills learned will be applied in the various projects required for course completion.
    • To continue to build upon their prior knowledge of sound communications techniques and utilize skills previously learned to communicate clearly—both orally and in writing. Students will appropriately adapt the language used to deliver formal and informal presentations and will work to exhibit public relations skills as required. As the basis for formal and informal presentations. The culminating activity for this unit will span the entirety of the course as skills learned will be applied in the various projects required for course completion.
    • To learn and follow all emergency procedures. Additionally, they will analyze potential safety problems that may occur as work is done on location and will implement safety rules and regulations as appropriate.  The culminating activity for this unit will span the entirety of the course as skills learned will be applied in the various projects required for course completion.
    • To demonstrate, identify, and distinguish the similarities and differences between the guidelines issues by the various federal regulatory agencies governing broadcasts in the various media. The students will also describe and apply the differences between analog and digital formats, signals, and equipment to include the broadcast signals and standards and the location of radio and television frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum. As with the unit on History and Current Trends in Audio/Video Production, the skills and knowledge gained through this unit will serve as background information for all subsequent units and will inform all aspects of production.
    • To demonstrate their knowledge of audio and video production by setting up, executing and trouble–shooting the standard systems for the industries. Additionally, students will showcase their knowledge of recording equipment by explaining the differences between analog and digital formats and tape and tapeless formats as demonstrating the operation of recording devices. Industry–related terminology will be applied through all phases of this unit. The culminating activity for this unit will span the entirety of the course as skills learned will be applied in the various projects required for course completion.
    • To exhibit their understanding of the business aspects of the audio/video industry by identifying and discussing the various aspects of the production team and understanding opportunities for freelance entrepreneurs. Students will also demonstrate their understanding of live productions and identify the financial strategies necessary to support productions. The skills and knowledge gained through this unit will serve as background information for all subsequent units and will inform all aspects of production.

     

    Supplies:

    It is an expectation that every student bring a SD memory card, pen, and headphones to class every single day.

     

    Open Lab Availability:

    Mon: 8am - 8:40am

    Tues: 8am - 8:40am

    Wed: 4:15pm - 5pm

    Thur: 8am - 8:40pm

     

    ***Check classroom door daily for any changes in open lab availability***

    Academy Award Infographic

    WELCOME TO AUDIO VIDEO PRODUCTION I & II

     

    REMINDER - NEVER save any assignments to the your computer.

                         SAVE only to your google drive or your flash drive

    GOOGLE CLASSROOM WILL BE SET UP TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4TH

     

    -Summer Film Bio Submit By Friday August 31st

    -Two Film CLass Projected Projects Submit By Friday August 31st

    -Name That Academy Award Winner/Nominee (List the talent, the movie and 4-5 facts or tidbits about the movie in a organized INFOGRAPH) Submit Tuesday Sep 4th

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