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Arts and Communication Pathway

Course Title

Instructor

Contact Information 

 

American Sign Language I

American Sign Language II

 

 

Emily Pellegrini

253-841-8717

PelliER@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

American Sign Language II

American Sign Language III

American Sign Language IV

 

 

Maureen  Storm  (Opheikens)


253-841-8717

StormME@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Digital Photography II

Yearbook I

Yearbook II

 

Pam Sarell

 

253-841-8717

SarellPK@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Graphic Design I

 

David Cerio

 

253-841-8717

CerioDP@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

Video Production I

Video Production II

Video Production III

 

 

Justin Rambow

 

253-841-8717

RamboJP@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

 

 
Digital Photography I

Web Design I

Web Design II

 

 

Sara Strom

 

253-841-8717

StromSE@puyallup.k12.wa.us

 

 

 

 

Arts and Communication Pathway Course Descriptions

 American Sign Language I

Open to: 9,10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

American Sign Language I is a beginning course in American Sign Language, introducing students to the language and culture of the deaf.  The course will provide insights into deaf cultural values, deaf attitudes, historical aspects of the language, and the deaf community.  Two years of the same world language are required for college entrance.

 Yearbook

Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0
Yearbook students are responsible for the publication of the school’s annual.  All phases of publication including copy writing, layout, and photography are covered by applying sophisticated computer technology to contemporary design.  Students will be required to work outside of class time to meet publishing deadlines.

 

yearbook

 

 


 American Sign Language II

Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

 American Sign Language II is the continuation of ASL I with greater emphasis on ASL grammar and a concentrated effort to develop the students’ expressive and receptive skills.  Students will study appropriate language, grammar, cultural behaviors, and social relations.


 Graphic Design I

Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0


Graphic Design I is an introductory class in visual communications.  This class prepares students to work with materials, techniques, design principles, and typography using Desktop Publishing software.

 American Sign Language III

Open to: 11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

 American Sign Language III is a more in-depth study of American Sign Language, Deaf culture, issues in Deaf education and community in addition to further cultural and grammatical understanding and interpreting skills.  Greater attention is given to sign inflection, production, and idiomatic conventions through meaningful conversation and context. 

 Video Production I

 Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

Video Productions I is an introductory course in developing effective multi-media presentations.  Students will study and perform pre- and post – production procedures, story board development, cameral techniques, audio/video editing, computer graphics, and dubbing techniques.

 American Sign Language IVasl

Open to: 12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

American Sign Language IV offers the most advanced level of language instruction, intended for those with a strong interest in achieving fluency.  Students will expand their receptive and expressive fluency through meaningful practice while immersing themselves more fully in Deaf Culture.
                             

 Video Production IIvideo camera

 Open to: 11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

Video Productions II provides a more in-depth study of video and television production designed to enable students to successful transition into advanced study and work in the video production field.  Students will study advanced linear and non-linear editing techniques, scriptwriting, media ethics and copyright law, the TV production team, and the elements of newscast and documentary production as well as several independent projects.

 Digital Photography I

Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

Photography I (Digital) is a class where students use digital cameras and computer software to produce visual images. Students study how to plan and produce photographic compositions that demonstrate an understanding of light, design color, and visual impact.

 Video Production III

Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

Video Productions III students are trained in the gathering, production and performance of news, sports, and feature-length public affairs material for television and the internet.  The curriculum is designed to give students an opportunity to develop a general understand of basic video production skills, including, EFP (Electronic Field Productions utilizing video cameras)  This curriculum is appropriate for the student who wishes to pursue a career in television, or public affairs and a reporter, writer, editor, or producer.

 Digital Photography IIcamera

Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

Photography II (Digital) is designed to offer students advanced-level experiences in contemporary digital photography and provide them with both the opportunity to work on a  long-term portfolio project of personal interest and to work as a member of a team at specific photography-related work-sites.

 Web Design I

 Open to: 10,11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

Web Design I teaches students website production using a variety of software applications.  Students will learn professional techniques for using basic web design language to create web pages that include graphics/sound tables, forms, navigation, scripts, motion graphics, styling, and design principles.



                                

Web Design photo

 Web Design II

Open to: 11,12 grade -- Full Year = 1.0

Web Design II students will continue to develop the skills learned in Web Design I and will use advanced design techniques.  Students will learn advance style sheets, implement project planning techniques, work with clients, and add advanced feature through scripting, multimedia. Interactivity, and database structures to retrieve, store, and display user input.

 

 

Programs of Study and Pathway Honors at Rogers High School

Below is a quick guide to the sequence of courses required to complete a Program of Study and/or earn Pathway Honors.  Students who complete the following Programs of Study  with  a B (3.0) or better and starting with the fall of 2019, with a C (2.0) or Better in each of the required courses are eligible to receive a Certificate and Pathway Honors,  and will receive Pathway Cords to wear at graduation. For Arts and Communications, the cord is Green.

                                                 cert                                                                green cord

 

                                               Pathway Honors Certificate                                                          Pathway Honors Cord

 

 American Sign Language

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 3.0 credits from the following:

 

*    American Sign Language – 1.0

*    American Sign Language II – 1.0

*    American Sign Language III – 1.0

 

 

Publications

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

*    Yearbook I – 1.0

*    Yearbook II – 1.0

*    Photography I – 1.0

*    Graphic Design – 1.0

 

 Photography

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

*    Digital Photography I – 1.0

*    Digital Photography II – 1.0

 

Video Productions and Broadcast Journalism

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 2.0 credits from the following:

 

*    Video Productions I – 1.0

*    Video Productions II – 1.0

 

 

 Web Design

Required Courses - must complete a minimum

of 2.0 credits from the following:

   Web Design I – 1.0

*    Web Design II – 1.0

 

Students will be awarded their Honor Certificate and their Pathway Honor Cords based on grades from their transcript.  No application is needed for these awards.

 

The following Arts and Communication Courses at Rogers High School

are Dual Credit Courses where you can earn both High School and College Credit

See the Chart below for Specific Transfer Agreements

 

Teacher

High School Course

Bates Technical College

Clover Park Technical College

Pierce Community College

 

Title

Credits

Title/Course

College Credits

Title/Course

College Credits

Title/Course

College Credits

Emily Pellegrini

 

American Sign Language I

1.0

ASL&121

 

*Through Seattle Central College only

5.0

 

Currently there are no ASL credits available through this college

 

Currently there are no ASL credits available through this college

Maureen Storm (Opheikens)

And

Emily Pellegrini

American Sign Language II

1.0

ASL&122

 

 

 

*Through Seattle Central College only

5.0

 

 

Currently there are no ASL credits available through this college

 

 

Currently there are no ASL credits available through this college

Maureen Storm (Opheikens)

American Sign Language III

1.0

ASL&123

 

*Through Seattle Central College only

5.0

 

Currently there are no ASL credits available through this college

 

Currently there are no ASL credits available through this college

David Cerio

 

Graphic Design I

1.0

 

Currently there are no Graphic Design credits available through this college

GTC 143

Electronic Publishing &Layout/Graphic Design

5.0

 Currently there are no Graphic Design credits available through this college

Pam Sarell

and

Sara Strom

Photography I

1.0

 Currently there are no Photography credits available through this college

DED 110

Digital Photography

4.0

 Currently there are no Photography credits available through this college

Justin Rambow

Video Production I

1.0

BROAD 121

Production Process Theory

3.0

 

Currently there are no Video Production credits available through this college

 Currently there are no Video Production credits available through this college

Sara Strom

Web Design I

 

1.0

WEB 102 Web Development I

 

5.0

 

CPW 118

Web Design Principles

and

GTC 265 Web Programming Basics

5.0

 

 

 

5.0

DDSGN 150

Web Design and CSS

5.0

 

 

 What is the Process for getting my Dual Credits Placed on a College Transcript?

 

dual credit doc

Click Here for  Downloadable Dual Credit Transcripting Process


*Note:  American Sign Language Dual Credit Process is completed through your ASL Instructor.