Prerequisite: Journalism 1 with an A or B Journalism II is designed to give the student the opportunity to apply the skills gained in Journalism I. Students in Journalism II are responsible for writing, editing, and publishing the school newspaper. Students are responsible for planning each issue, writing and typing the copy, editing and proofing the stories, shooting the photos, and designing the layouts.
Drama I Course No: 11200
Course Length: 1 semester
Course Begins: Fall, Spring
Prerequisite: None Drama I is a semester long course designed to introduce students to an appreciation of and experience in theater as an art form and historically relevant form of communication. The student will act and be technically involved in scenes from both published scripts and improvisations. They will read and evaluate scenes and plays as well as view and critique electronic and live performances. Theatre History, culture and technology will be examined. Through creating theater, students will grow in their ability to comprehend the world and to communicate with others. Units studied may include: Pantomime/Movement; Voice; Improvisation; Monologues/Scenes; Introduction to Technical Theater; Production Roles; Script Writing; Multicultural Theater; Theater History; Play Structure and Evaluation.