LEARNING ACTIVITIES
The class is designed to provide multiple opportunities for hands-on television production experience.
Students will have chance to learn how to use video cameras and video editing software.
Each student will be expected to take part in class projects as well as tests that will be given during the course of the semester.
There will be three major projects, students will be expected to embark on two and complete them before the semester ends including other regular classroom assignments and tests that every student is expected to undertake.
The projects will include a profile interview, a news feature and a drama/ short film. This is aimed at mentoring creative skills and technical competence with production equipment.

ASSESSMENT OF LEARNING
Students will be graded out of their participation in the three projects, demonstrated competence in the regular classroom assignments, your attendance, participation, professionalism and scores from the final exam.
Credit will be given for: originality of their approach to the medium, technical competence in using the equipment, as well as over-all understanding and progress demonstrated in assignments, projects, tests and discussions.
Assessment
Weight
Attendance & participation
10%
Class test
10%
Final examination
30%
Progressive assessment
50%
Total
100%
The Progressive Assessment grade will be based on the following:
Profile interview 20%
News feature 30%
10-minute drama/short film 30%