Class Assignments and Grading
Monday - Work on show segment.
Tuesday - Work on show segment.
Thursday - Shoot the show.. Work on segment if you are not show crew/talent.
Friday - Work on show segment.
Each show segment should be 30-60 seconds long with a voiceover, music, 4-6 images, video clips, or both.
Fill out this form after you turn in your segment.
New segment ideas:
SL Tik Toks: show Tik Toks by SLHS students and teachers (@TonyFarley) and laugh, cheer, react on camera. You can watch them in the podcasting studio and film the reactions.
Video game, movie, music, fashion review. Show new trending things of interest to students. You can do that in the podcasting studio also.
Discuss an issue in the podcasting studio or in the broadcasting studio.
Interview a staff member or student in the podcasting studio or in the broadcasting studio.
New Grading Policy:
- You are required to create at least two segments per month. Segements are due on Tuesday of every week. You choose the week you turn yours in but you can't turn in two the last week! Extra segments will be given extra credit. All segments must be school related. Extra 10 points for sporting events. 1-3 people per segment.
- You must also work in the studio on at least two shows per month. Extra studio work will be given extra credit.
Things you need to know:
- Show segment editing
- Starting a project in Final Cut and importing video from a camera.
- Uploading to Google Drive. Mr. Farley has iPhone and Android cords to directly upload.
- Sharing audio in Garageband (making an .mp3)
- Logging into The Server from the sound rooms.
- To make it into a movie in Final Cut: File>Share>Master File
Login for Canva.com
Canva: login: email@example.com
The broadcasting course is where students learn how to create broadcasts from the ground up. This is a hands-on production class where students create the school's announcement show as well as work the live sports broadcasts.
Grades will be determined by the following course requirements:
Show segments - students create one show segment per week in teams of 2 or 3.
Some examples: a game highlight, a movie review, an activity slideshow or video, an advertisement for a school event or function, a music review, a game review, or any segment agreed upon by the class.
Show Production - the segments of the show will be assembled into a show. Students will be members of groups of 10 students to produce a show every week, meaning there will be three shows a week.
This is a new course this year. Students can get 5 units of credit per semester for working the weekly sports and theater broadcasts or for creating a show or podcast after school. Intership 101 students are also eligible to take 6th period off. Talk to Mr. Farley if you are interested.
Possible Internship 101 projects:
- Join the sports broadcasting team to stream SLHS sporting events.
- Yes We Can! Podcast. This is a podcast on gender equity and equality with students from Encinal High School and SLAM.
- eSports game competition and broadcasting. We are building eSports teams and Twitch game broadcasting teams.
- SLTalk be on the cast and crew of SLTalk, a talk show about all things San Leandro.