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 three units. Each unit has a Unit Activity, and
each lesson contains one or more Lesson Activities. Additionally, the course ends with a
comprehensive Course Activity.
This course will cover various audio-video production activities, explore various media formats
and distribution, and discuss the different critiquing techniques and media ethics.
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,
Course Activity (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 various roles and responsibilities of professionals in the audio-video industry,
and list the benefits of joining a student organization.
Describe how an idea for a story can be developed into a full-fledged screenplay.
Describe the set-up of a studio, explain the responsibilities of various studio floor
professionals, and identify the different communication methods used by studio floor professionals.
Describe commonly used studio floor equipment, and explain how to set them up in a safe
and efficient way.
Describe and differentiate among various media formats and compression formats.
Describe various delivery methods and identify the most appropriate method based on need.
Describe the various information technology applications for audio-video production projects.
Describe the history of broadcasting, explain how electromagnetic waves are used for
broadcasting, and identify and identify different types of broadcast standards.
Analyze the effectiveness of various audio-video techniques and critique the production
using appropriate tools.
Describe laws and policies related to audio-video production, and explain the importance of
being ethical and exhibiting a positive work ethic.
Describe job-acquisition and advancement skills, and identify various careers related to the