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  • (#1006300I) JOURNALISM YEARBOOK I (LOCAL HONORS)
    Grade Level: 9-12

    Credit 1.0
    Prerequisite: None.
    Note: Meets graduation requirements for Fine Arts. NCAA.
    Journalism provides instruction in aspects of journalism and workshop experience
    in journalistic production. Students of this course must have additional responsibilities
    for school publications and must attend workshops/competitions. The required
    selling of ads is part of the business aspect of the curriculum.

     

    (#1006310R) JOURNALISM II NEWSPAPER (LOCAL HONORS)

    (#1006310U) JOURNALISM II YEARBOOK (LOCAL HONORS)

    (#1006320R) JOURNALISM III NEWSPAPER (LOCAL HONORS)

    (#1006320U) JOURNALISM III YEARBOOK(LOCAL HONORS)

    (#1006330R) JOURNALISM IV NEWSPAPER (LOCAL HONORS)

    (#1006330U) JOURNALISM IV YEARBOOK(LOCAL HONORS)

    (#1006331A) JOURNALISM V YEARBOOK(LOCAL HONORS)

    (#1006331B) JOURNALISM V YEARBOOK(LOCAL HONORS)
    Grade Level: 10-12

    Credit: 1.0

    Prerequisite: Newspaper or Yearbook teacher approval.

    Note: Elective credit only.

    This course consists of four Intended Outcomes and twelve Performance Standards above those required for regular Journalism. Advanced journalism extends the regular skills to include decision-making skills and advanced levels of competenciesand critical thinking. The course will stress interpretation, in-depth research, creativity in writing, photography and design, and leadership skills necessary toeffectively plan and produce a quality-oriented student yearbook, newspaper, orbroadcast production. Some activities require considerable time outside of schoolhours.The required selling of ads is part of the business aspect of the curriculum.