Enroll in Audio Video Production 2 with Dolphin STEM Academy
This one-semester course is intended to help you become familiar with Audio/Video Production.
This course has thirteen lessons organized into four units. Each unit has a Unit Activity, and
each lesson contains one or more Lesson Activities. This course will cover the various activities
performed during every stage of audio video production.
Your teacher will grade your work on the Unit Activities, and you will grade your work on the
Lesson Activities by comparing them with the given sample responses. The Unit Activities
(submitted to the teacher) and the Lesson Activities (self-checked) are major components of this
course. There are other assessment components, namely the mastery test questions that
feature along with the lesson; the pre- and post-test questions that come at the beginning and
end of the unit, respectively; and an end-of-semester test. All of these tests are a combination of
simple multiple-choice questions and technology enhanced (TE) questions.
By the end of this course, you will be able to do the following:
Describe the history and evolution of various media, analyze the influence of society on
media, and describe camera-operating techniques in studios and on location.
Identify the different types of equipment used for recording and editing audio, and explain
how to analyze sound quality.
Describe various preproduction activities such as selecting cast and crew, breaking down a
script to determine requirements for the shoot, selecting a location, and preparing a production schedule.
Describe how to develop a production budget and identify all the documentation required for
an audio-video project.
Describe how to create scripts for television and radio, and analyze ethical and legal issues
related to television and radio.
Describe the characteristics of studio, live, and field productions.
Describe the methods used to shoot static and motion shots, and compose them using the rule of thirds.
Analyze the lighting requirements for production setting in the audio-video industry, and
identify the health and safety issues related to the lighting department.
Describe the process of capturing media to editing software and combining media elements into a program.
Describe the process of setting up audio equipment for a recording and explain how to
record and edit audio files.
Apply animation techniques and graphic design principles to achieve effective visual