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La Cumbre Junior High School Visual Arts Courses (Show all schools)

Grades: 7-8; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School

Seventh graders get two for one in this yearlong combo course! This exploratory program introduces students to one semester of Art & Design and one semester of Engineering & Industrial Technology. In the Art & Design class, students will develop their creativity and literacy skills by analyzing and critiquing art from many different cultures and time periods. Fundamental drawing, painting, and design techniques will be explored as they learn elements and principles of art and design. In the Engineering & Industrial Technology class, students will learn the proper and safe use of a variety of hand tools, technology, power tools and machines through an exploration of learning modules. Module stations include Laser Engraving, Computer Programming, Research and Design, Plastics Technology, Woodworking, Electronic Wiring, Computer Aided Drafting, Pewter Smithing, Bridge Design & Construction.

Transcript title and course number: Art/Industrl Te 800560

Grades: 7-8; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School

This course provides students an introductory knowledge and experience in digital photography, video and TV production. Students work individually and in teams to brainstorm ideas, scripts and storyboards. Basic screenwriting techniques, video effects, digital audio and non-linear editing will be taught. Emphasis is placed on preproduction, post-production techniques, videography, editing, computer graphics and TV studio production. Students will produce videos and post to various media.

Transcript title and course number: Video/Tv Prod 846170

Grades: 7-8; La Colina Junior High School; La Cumbre Junior High School; Santa Barbara Junior High School; Goleta Valley Junior High School

Do you want to learn how to draw, paint, and design? Well then, VISUAL ART 1 is the class for you! This yearlong fundamental art class for 7th and 8th grade students introduces art theory and practice, elements of art, and principles of design as you produce a variety of two and three dimensional art forms and media such as drawing, painting, graphic design, and printmaking, as well as an introduction to art history, art appreciation and careers in art. Students will explore and develop their personal creativity, problem solving skills and confidence as they learn about art.

Transcript title and course number: Art 800520