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  • JOURNALISM (FALL)
    Offered: Semester Course For: 12 (10 & 11 as a general elective only)
    NOTE: Sophomores may take this course as an elective in addition to the
    English 3/4 class: instructor approval is required. Juniors may take this
    course as an elective in addition to the English 5/6 or AP English Language
    class: instructor approval is required. Journalism is a senior English class
    designed to teach students elements of journalistic writing. A major
    objective of this course is to contribute to publications such as the school
    newspaper and yearbook. The class is writing intensive, and the main goal is
    to teach students how to write for different media. Students will also spend
    time discussing and evaluating the importance of ethical journalistic
    behavior. Students will also study libel and press laws, photo caption and
    headline writing, and mechanical production. Additional hours before and
    after school will be required to meet deadlines for finishing the literary
    publications.
    CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 10-12
    PREREQUISITE: Previous enrollment in English 5 and 6.
    COREQUISITES: If you take JOURNALISM (FALL), you must also take
    JOURNALISM (SPRING).
    FEES: None

    JOURNALISM (SPRING)
    Offered: Semester Course For: 12 (10 & 11 as a general elective only)
    NOTE: Sophomores may take this course as an elective in addition to the
    English 3/4 class: instructor approval is required. Juniors may take this
    course as an elective in addition to the English 5/6 or AP English Language
    class: instructor approval is required. Journalism is a senior English class
    designed to teach students elements of journalistic writing. A major
    objective of this course is to contribute to publications such as the school
    newspaper and yearbook. The class is writing intensive, and the main goal is
    to teach students how to write for different media. Students will also spend
    time discussing and evaluating the importance of ethical journalistic
    behavior. Students will also study libel and press laws, photo caption and
    headline writing, and mechanical production. Additional hours before and
    after school will be required to meet deadlines for finishing the literary
    publications.
    CREDIT: 0.5 TYPE: Regular GRADE: 10-12
    PREREQUISITE: Previous enrollment in English 5 and 6.
    COREQUISITES: If you take JOURNALISM (SPRING), you must also take
    JOURNALISM (FALL).
    FEES: None

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