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Film & Broadcast A

Prerequisites & Assumed Knowledge:

There are no prerequisites for Year 10 Film & Broadcast. Students who have completed Year 9 Film & Broadcast with have an advantage, but it is not required.

Subject Description:

Students undertaking Film & Broadcast will be continue their development of practical skills in video production, as well as analysing themes, structures and theories in contemporary short films. Students will work in small production teams where emphasis is placed on filmmaking process (i.e. ideation, scripting, storyboarding, practising camera shots, etc.), product (i.e. development of visual effects, editing videos for public screening) as well as film theory (narrative structure and elements of mise-en-scene etc.).


Students will have access to a range of professional film equipment (DJI Osmo Pocket Cameras, GoPro's, Teleprompters, External and Wireless Audio Recorders) and Adobe Creative Suite of programs  (Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Prelude and Media Encoder) with opportunities to continue their development of knowledge, understanding and skills in their use.


Students will be required to work both independently and collaboratively across a range of assessment tasks. 


The work students create throughout the semester (both formative and summative) can be entered in the to Norwood Morialta High School Visual Arts & Media Show held in Term 4 each year.

Additional Costs:

Students will require a minimum 32GB USB Drive for file storage - it is a requirement that this storage uses USB 3.0 technology or better. This course may involve an excursion for filming, which may incur a maximum $15.00 cost.

Subject Fees:

Nil.

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International Baccalaureate: Middle Years Programme

Year 10 Curriculum

Year 10

Curriculum

The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP) is a curriculum framework that is designed to meet the specific learning needs of students in the middle years of their schooling. It provides a framework of learning that encourages students to become creative, critical and reflective thinkers. The Middle Years Program (MYP) emphasises intellectual challenge, encouraging students to make connections between their studies in traditional subjects and the real world.

It fosters the development of skills for communication, intercultural understanding and global engagement—essential qualities for young people who are becoming global leaders. Some students begin the IBMYP in Year 6 at primary school, while others commence upon coming to Norwood Morialta High School in Year 7. Any questions should be directed to the Middle Campus Deputy Principal or the Year 10 Learning Community Leader – Mr Chris Robinson

Year 10 Overview

All Year 10 students must study subjects from the eight learning areas of the IBMYP and Australian Curriculum. Students study each learning area outlined below for a full year (2 semesters):

  • English or English as an Additional Language (EAL)

  • Languages

  • Mathematics

  • Sciences

Students are also required to study one full semester from the following learning areas. In addition to this, students have 4 choice semesters they are able to use in any combination with the learning areas below:

  • Arts

  • Humanities

  • Physical & Health Education

  • Technologies

Personal Learning Plan and Personal Project

The Personal Learning Plan (PLP) is a compulsory subject at Stage 1, normally undertaken at Year 10. The PLP helps students to plan for their future and assists them in choosing the subjects they will study in Years 11 and 12. Alongside the SACE PLP, students will complete the IBMYP Personal Project. Students in their final year of the Middle Years Program explore an area of personal interest over an extended period. It provides them the opportunity to consolidate their learning and develop important skills they’ll need in both further education and life beyond the classroom. It also helps them develop confidence to become principled, lifelong learners.

Additional Costs for Subjects

The material and/or services related to IBMYP courses are covered by the Material and Services Fee (ie School Fees). However, some subjects offer students the opportunity to undertake practical experiences which enrich the learning outcomes for students and these may incur additional costs which are not covered by the Material and Services Fee.

Please read the subject choice information carefully to identify the full costs associated with these. NOTE: Should there be outstanding monies owed to the School, students may not be permitted to be enrolled in subjects or VET courses where there are significant additional costs. 

School Constraints

Please note that every effort will be made to accommodate student choices but student demand, timetable management, staff and resources may preclude some requests.

Bonus Points

Bonus points are awarded at Stage 2 as part of the SA Language, Literacy and Mathematics Bonus Scheme for entry intro Flinders University, The University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia. 

Additional Costs for Subjects

The material and/or services related to SACE Courses are covered by the Material and Services Fee (ie School Fees). However, some subjects offer students the opportunity to undertake practical experiences which enrich the learning outcomes for students and these may incur additional costs which are not covered by the Material and Services Fee.

Please read the subject choice information carefully to identify the full costs associated with these. NOTE: Should there be outstanding monies owed to the School, students may not be permitted to be enrolled in subjects or VET courses where there are significant additional costs. 

Subject Opportunities

Listed below are all subjects open to Stage 1 students. Please remember that a number of subjects have prerequisites which must be met to allow you to enrol. If you have not met one or more of these prerequisites at the time of subject selection you will not be able to enrol through our web preference system.

Additional Costs for Subjects

The material and/or services related to IBMYP courses are covered by the Material and Services Fee (ie School Fees). However, some subjects offer students the opportunity to undertake practical experiences which enrich the learning outcomes for students and these may incur additional costs which are not covered by the Material and Services Fee.

Please read the subject choice information carefully to identify the full costs associated with these. NOTE: Should there be outstanding monies owed to the School, students may not be permitted to be enrolled in subjects or VET courses where there are significant additional costs. 

Subject Opportunities

Listed below are all subjects open to Year 10 students. Please remember that a number of subjects have prerequisites which must be met to allow you to enrol. If you have not met one or more of these prerequisites at the time of subject selection you will not be able to enrol through our web preference system.

School Constraints

Please note that every effort will be made to accommodate student choices but student demand, timetable management, staff and resources may preclude some requests.

Personal Learning Plan and Personal Project

The Personal Learning Plan (PLP) is a compulsory subject at Stage 1, normally undertaken at Year 10. The PLP helps students to plan for their future and assists them in choosing the subjects they will study in Years 11 and 12. Alongside the SACE PLP, students will complete the IBMYP Personal Project. Students in their final year of the Middle Years Program explore an area of personal interest over an extended period. It provides them the opportunity to consolidate their learning and develop important skills they’ll need in both further education and life beyond the classroom. It also helps them develop confidence to become principled, lifelong learners.

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The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP) is a curriculum framework that is designed to meet the specific learning needs of students in the middle years of their schooling. It provides a framework of learning that encourages students to become creative, critical and reflective thinkers. The Middle Years Program (MYP) emphasises intellectual challenge, encouraging students to make connections between their studies in traditional subjects and the real world.

It fosters the development of skills for communication, intercultural understanding and global engagement—essential qualities for young people who are becoming global leaders. Some students begin the IBMYP in Year 6 at primary school, while others commence upon coming to Norwood Morialta High School in Year 7. Any questions should be directed to the Middle Campus Deputy Principal or the Year 10 Learning Community Leader – Mr Chris Robinson

Year 10 Overview

All Year 10 students must study subjects from the eight learning areas of the IBMYP and Australian Curriculum. Students study each learning area outlined below for a full year (2 semesters):

  • English or English as an Additional Language (EAL)

  • Languages

  • Mathematics

  • Sciences

Students are also required to study one full semester from the following learning areas. In addition to this, students have 4 choice semesters they are able to use in any combination with the learning areas below:

  • Arts

  • Humanities

  • Physical & Health Education

  • Technologies