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BAA Television Broadcasting Framework
District Name: Okanagan Skaha
District Number: SD # 67
Teacher’s Applying: Patrick Whiteley
School Applying: Princess Margaret Secondary School
Principal’s Name: Don McIntyre
Developed by: Burnaby School District
Course Code: YTVP 11
Date Developed: April 28, 2005
School Name: Burnaby South Secondary School
Board/Authority Approval Date:
February 8, 2010
Board/Authority Signature:
Course Name:
Television Production 11
Grade Level of Course: Grade 11
Number of Course Credits: 4
Number of Hours of Instruction: 120 hours
Prerequisite(s): None
Special Training, Facilities or Equipment Required: Computers with Adobe Software
(Premiere, Photoshop, After Effects, and PowerPoint and MS office software), Cameras,
Microphones, Computer lab and School broadcasting system
Course Synopsis:
This introductory course looks at broadcasting the daily school news and announcements,
creating student run productions and commercials. It will briefly introduce the
fundamental factors that create a well produced television program. The course begins
with examining all the aspects of what makes a television production work, including a
variety of past and present television shows and house construction options. Students will
learn basic editing skills, while creating introductions to Maggie News.
Broadcasting 11 is an introduction to the world of television broadcasting, multimedia,
audio, Production, videographer, and video editing, and careers in the broadcasting and
film industries. The course also includes a hands-on component – producing a daily inhouse television news program and weekly television shows on the school site.
Rationale:
This course has been developed to support and encourage the growing interest of career
of broadcast television careers. The intent of this course is to offer students an
introduction to the many aspects of television while examining the skills required to be an
television production. This course allows students to combine creativity, design, art, and
computer skills while creating daily and weekly shows.
Organizational Structure:
Units
Unit 1
Title
Hours
10
Introduction
Unit 2
Fundamentals of Television Production
20
Unit 3
Elements of Editing
25
Unit 4
25
Unit 5
Using a Video Camera/Still Camera and
Equipment
Drama and Acting for Television
Unit 6
Career Options
5
Unit 7
Weekly and Daily Productions - Assignments
20
20
Total
120
Unit/Topic/Module Descriptions:
Unit 1:Introduction
10 Hours
Curriculum Organizer – Equipment Use and Safety Rules
It is expected the students will:
 successfully pass an equipment test for the video camera equipment that will be used
in the course
 understand the safe use of the camera and it’s accessories (tripod, microphone etc)
Curriculum Organizer – Understand how to organize a television show
It is expected the students will:
 determine the different jobs required to produce a show
 understand in detail what each job does and what responsibilities each person has in
the production of the show (camera person, producer, editor, director, switch operator
etc.)
 realize the complexity of running a daily show
 understand how to plan each week for Maggie TV
Unit 2: Fundamentals of Television Production
Time: 20 hours
This unit is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of television production
and how to produce a daily show. The learning format for this unit will be a combination
of demonstration lectures, field trips, hands on use of television equipment and guest
speakers from the community.
Students will learn the history of television. This unit is designed to take students through
the early times television production to today internet productions. Students will learn
how television has evolved over time and see where the future of television in going.
Curriculum Organizers – Factors and Influences of the media
It is expected the students will:
 understand influences on show’s people watch and why they watch these programs
 identify how media influences our culture
 recognize the many factors influencing how and when we watch television
Curriculum Organizers – History of Modern Post War Television
It is expected the students will:
 understand where television started
 study current television trends
 learn how television has changed over the years
Curriculum Organizers – Current Trends and the Future of Television
It is expected the students will:
 know how the costs of producing a television show has changed over time
 look at the recent trend towards television production over the internet
 understand media has a responsibilities towards the public in delivering good quality
programming
 understand how societies needs of television shows has changed and where they are
going in future
Curriculum Organizers – Television Production Crew
It is expected the students will:
 list the jobs needed to produce a show
 indentify the process to create a daily show
 understand how to organize each daily show and how to plan for the future shows
 learn each job in the team and assist in that job to create a television show
Unit 3: Elements Editing
Time: 25 hours
In this unit, students will study all the elements and types of editing that make shows
appealing not only for practical purposes but for artistic and audience appeal. Students
will not only look at today’s shows and look at what is appealing to there specific student
audience. By exploring today’s television shows and internet productions, students will
be able to understand where the media culture is going and what will influence it in the
future. The learning material format for this unit will be a combination of demonstration
lectures, individual based tutorials and student demonstrations.
Curriculum Organizers – Using the software to edit a production
It is expected the students will:
 Create a Maggie Television introduction
 Understand how the software and the user interface works
 Learn how special effects can be incorporated into a production by using the software
 Learn how to use titles and transitions
 Learn how to compress their productions so they can be shown on a variety of media
Curriculum Organizers –Lighting set up for Special effects
It is expected the students will:
 Learn how to green screen a production and how lighting effects the quality of the
production
 Determine the types of lighting for each special effect
Curriculum Organizers – Sound and Video Effects for editing
It is expected the students will:
 Identify the different types of visual and sound effects used in a television broadcast
 Understand the different types of effects and how that effect changes the feeling of
the broadcast
 Create their own sound and video effects using basic Foley techniques
Unit 4: Using Video/Still Camera and Production equipment
Time: 25 hours
Students will learn how to use all the equipment necessary to put on a television
broadcast. The equipment component of this course will look at video and still cameras,
lights, microphones, screens, teleprompter, computers and monitors, switching
equipment, and DVD players. The learning material format for this unit will be a
combination of demonstration lectures, individual based tutorials and student
demonstrations.
Curriculum Organizers – Computer equipment and literacy
It is expected the students will:
 create new project/tutorial file directories
 save/copy project/tutorial files into the appropriate directory:
o Work in progress
o Work to be marked
o Marked projects
 submit completed projects electronically via the school network
 create scripts and storyboards for each type of production
 create a calendar of production dates and shows to be broadcasted over Maggie TV
Curriculum Organizers – Production Equipment
It is expected the students will:
 demonstrate the proper use of all production equipment
 demonstrate the steps required to set up and handle all equipment properly
 create lists of equipment needed for each type of production
 understand the steps in creating a good storyboard and script prior to creating a
production
 create a quality show using all the equipment
 understand the hand commands used in live television productions
Unit 5: Drama and Acting for Television
Time: 20 hours
Students will learn the basic techniques and methods of acting for television. Students
will learn all the techniques to read of a teleprompter and how to conduct interviews both
live and recorded. Students will be given the opportunity to see live interviews conducted
by Shaw cable. The learning format for this unit will be a combination of demonstration
lectures, field trips, hands on use of television equipment and guest speakers from the
community.
Curriculum Organizers – Acting for Live and recorded Television
It is expected the students will:
 dress according to their role
 review there scripts prior to going on camera
 follow the directions of the show’s floor director
 be able to ad-lib when necessary to make sure the message gets through to the
audience in a clear and concise manner
Curriculum Organizers – Reading the news
It is expected the students will:
 know how to read from both written notes and a teleprompter
 show that they can clearly read the announcements while on live television
 speak in a professional manner and control their emotions while reading
Curriculum Organizers – Acting for Commercials and PSA’s
It is expected the students will:
 understand the different types of commercial and public service announcement styles
 understand how to effectively produce either a PSA or commercial to the student
audience
 understand how to act for either a live or recorded audience
Unit 6: Career Options
Time: 5 hours
Students will learn through lectures, guest speakers and field trips about the many in
different career paths available to them in the areas of television broadcasting.
Curriculum Organizers – Careers in Design
It is expected the students will:
 be able to identify a number of careers related to this course
 see opportunities in both television and the internet
Unit 7:Weekly and Daily Productions - Assignments
Time: 20 hours
Students will create a series of shows to be broadcasted over the network. These
assignments will encompass all of the techniques presented in the course. Students will
be required to create PowerPoint scrolling announcements, commercials, PSA’s, live and
recorded interviews with various students and teachers in the school. Students will be
expected to draw up a schedule of shows and presentations for a week, month and school
year. Shows will reflect what is currently happening at school and assist in the promotion
of Princess Margaret AIR Lessons, special events, and extra curricular activities that take
place in the school.
Curriculum Organizers - Personal Management
It is expected the students will:
 prepare a schedule of their project outlining the following information:
o a journal (one entry for each week in the class)
o A timeline of the work required to complete each section by the end of the
week
 maintain a self evaluation log book to:
o document and mark the actual project progress
o mark and monitor their time management
o record important dates and project deadlines
 Complete a self evaluation for the completed project and assignments reflecting on
their work habits, level of difficulty, creativity, and level of completion.
Curriculum Organizers – Computer Literacy
It is expected the students will:
 create a new final project file directory
 save/copy the final project in the appropriate directory when necessary:
o Work in progress
o Work to be marked
o Marked projects
Instructional Component:
 Direct instruction
 Indirect instruction
 Interactive instruction
 Computer based tutorials
 DVD based instructional tutorials
 Student based networking
 Problem solving
 Self evaluation and reflection on tutorials/project
Assessment Components:
 50 % of the grade will be based on the completion and quality of the assigned projects
and assignments.
 20 % of the grade will be based on the completion of the daily log book and the
completion of self and peer evaluation reports.
 30% of the grade will be based on in the individual work completed as they rotate
through all the production activities. This encompasses the quality and quantity of
their work.
Performance Methods
 Weekly logbook
 Self evaluation
 Individual assignments and projects
Personal Communication
 Student/Instructor
 Peer dialogue and evaluation by the
student audience
 Self evaluation
Learning Resources:
 Computer Based tutorials
 DVD based tutorials
 Adobe Premiere CS4 Software Computer Program
 Adobe online help
 Adobe Illustrator/ Photoshop CS4
 Field trip to CATO (post secondary design institute)
 Mini DV tape
 A teleprompt system
 Mini DV cameras
 Tripods
 A variety of microphones
 A lighting system
 Background and green screen
 DVD and CD duplication machine
 Networked computer system
 School wide television network system
 Network switching board
 VHS and DVD player
 DVD authoring software
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