Dehesa School is offering its middle school students a unique opportunity to learn about telecommunication and journalism through an elective course. Dehesa Television, or D-TV, is the broadcasting class offered to the middle school students that aims to help students learn a number of skills that could carry into many different types of careers.
Students use D-TV as a way to highlight current events happening across Dehesa School campus. Students in the Dehesa Television elective course are responsible for every aspect from start to finish of each D-TV episode. The students impress everyone with their ability to write scripts, interview individuals for a story, direct each episode, edit video clips and footage, incorporate sound effects into film, set up cameras and lighting, and any other detail set into each episode.
Episodes of D-TV are produced monthly and shared with the entire student body each month during Dehesa School’s monthly Friday Dehesa Spirit Assembly. Not only does Dehesa Television Broadcasting class give the students hands on, practical experience in the broadcasting field that can lead to amazing opportunities in high school and beyond, but the broadcast is an exciting way to promote Dehesa School pride and bring classmates together.
About Dehesa School District
As one of San Diego County’s oldest schools, Dehesa School District has been providing excellence in education since 1876. Dehesa School District consists of one campus serving kindergarten through eighth grade and is located in the rural El Cajon area of San Diego County, California. Check out Dehesa’s website at dehesasd.sdcoe.net. Follow the District on Facebook and Twitter for more updates.
Company Name: Dehesa School District
Contact Person: Nancy Hauer
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Phone: 619 444-2161
Address:4612 Dehesa Rd.
City: El Cajon
Country: United States