F – COURSE CATALOG

This page covers all courses that will be offered for the 2019/2020 school year that start with the letter “F”.

COURSE: FILM I
COURSE NUMBER: 6121
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) or (G) Elective
PREREQUISITE: Audition / Interview Level I
HOUSE: Career Arts, Visual /Technical Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Barkdull) Periods 1,4,9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Nelson) Periods 1,4,9
DESCRIPTION: Film I is an Introduction to Film Production. Students will learn through direct instruction, demonstration by teacher, guest instructors and online video tutorials, the elements of dslr filmmaking. Students will learn camera shot types, like the wide shot, close up and extreme close up. They will also learn all different types of camera movement, including but not limited to panning, tilting and dolly zoom. Students will be instructed on the different functions of the dslr camera including aperture, shutter speed, iso, white balance and frame rate. Additionally students will learn about tripods, camera stabilizers and various other rigs. Students will learn the proper use of lights and microphones.

COURSE: FILM II
COURSE NUMBER: 6122
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) or (G) Elective under UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition / Interview Level II
HOUSE: Career Arts, Visual /Technical Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Barkdull) Periods 1,4,9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Nelson) Periods 1,4,9
DESCRIPTION: In Film II, students come in with a solid foundation for visual storytelling, filming scenes, using DSLRs and camera equipment, and have a good grasp for Adobe Premiere editing software. In Film II, students are instructed on details and finesse in camera usage including setting all settings manually: Focus, aperture, white balance, and ISO. Students are also introduced to Adobe After Effects and Motion Graphic projects to expand their knowledge base. Students are taught multiple versions of audio recording and sound design to enhance projects. Students in Film II enter film competitions as assignments and are challenged with diverse types of visual presentations including: Trailers, Commercials, Public Service Announcements, Youtube-style Webisodes, and Short Films.

COURSE: FILM III
COURSE NUMBER:
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) or (G) Elective pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition / Interview Level III
HOUSE: Career Arts, Visual /Technical Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Barkdull) Periods 1,4,9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Nelson) Periods 1,4,9
DESCRIPTION: 

COURSE: FILM IV
COURSE NUMBER:
A-G: 10 credits Fine Arts (F) or (G) Elective pending UC review
PREREQUISITE: Audition / Interview Level IV
HOUSE: Career Arts, Visual /Technical Arts
CONSERVATORY: Career Arts, Technical Arts
HESPERIA COURSES: (Barkdull) Periods 1,4,9
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Nelson) Periods 1,4,9
DESCRIPTION: 

COURSE: FITNESS JOGGING
COURSE NUMBER: 6003
A-G: Under review for (G) Elective Credit
PREREQUISITE: None
HOUSE: None
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Miskulin) Period 6
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Diggs) Period  6
DESCRIPTION:  Fitness and Recreational Activity Walking & Jogging, Fitness development with on emphasis on walking, jogging, and running, including discussion of proper technique and health benefits. Students will go on instructor guided jogs and walks off campus. Students must provide appropriate running shoes.

COURSE: FITNESS WALKING
COURSE NUMBER: 6002
A – G: Under review for (G) Elective Credit
PREREQUISITE: None
HOUSE: None
CONSERVATORY: None
HESPERIA COURSES: (Miskulin) Period 1
RIVERSIDE COURSES: (Diggs) Period 1
DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this course is to increase cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility. By the end of the year, the student will demonstrate and understand how to take their heart rate and access cardio-respiratory intensity level, demonstrate the ability to stretch and warm up properly prior to exercise, calculate their personal target heart rate zone, demonstrate the ability to fitness walk a specific amount of time and/or distance that increases as the class progresses, explain the benefits of walking as a form of exercise. Students will go on instructor guided walks off campus. Students must provide appropriate walking shoes.