Approx Cost:
$10 for optional Adobe Software
Technology Requirements:
A laptop is essential for this course
Entry Recommendations:

Open entry.

Course Outline:

This single semester, collaborative course aims to develop practical, “real world” media skills.  There is a strong focus on students developing their own concepts for media products and publishing them.

This course will focus on the following:

- Media Consumption vs Media Production

- Representation of groups and individuals in the Media

- Rules that apply to Media Advertising

- Short Film-making (from original concept to production)

- Event Marketing (producing an innovative Media kit to promote an event)

 

Media Production develops skills which are useful in a wide variety of media careers. The course improves students’ self-confidence and their ability to organise their work, problem-solve, keep to deadlines and work as part of a team. It also challenges students to engage in critical viewing of media content.

Assessment:

Criterion-based, individual and group assessment 

Where Does It Lead:

Media courses at Year 11, Media Production 201 and NCEA Level 3 Film, Print or Broadcasting Production.

For further information see:
Mr Gilpin/ Mrs A Packer