Coastline Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

Study of TV/Film Production


This course will instruct students on the history, development, and present day aspects of TV and film making. Students will learn the specialized vocabulary of the professional industry and use that vocabulary in their analysis and discussion of production elements. Students will learn and apply the basic skills necessary for pre-production, production, and post-production activities by writing and creating their own video projects. Through analysis of award-winning films, students will identify how directors, writers, and the TV/film industry have influenced our social values and behaviors. They will also identify historical trends from various cultures and time periods. Interpretations of various works will be discussed in which students will derive meaning and purpose from the point of view of the director, writer, actor, and editor. Finally, students will bridge the gap between school and career through field trips, guest speakers, and daily experiences requiring professional standards and skills.


  • The effect of film, theatre, television, and electronic media on our values and behaviors.
  • Production Elements
  • Lighting, Framing, Timing
  • Applying Proper Production and Editing Elements
  • The Meaning of Movies
  • Acting values, style, genre, design, and theme
  • Cultural Influences
  • Explore career opportunities through research, filed trips, job-shadowing internships, and guest speakers while keeping journal of their experiences.


Upon successful completion, Coastline ROP students will:

  • Integrate Academic and Technical Skills
  • Practice Problem Solving and Critical Thinking Skills
  • Communicate and Collaborate with Diverse Audiences
  • Demonstrate Creativity and Innovation
  • Act as Responsible, Ethical Citizens
  • Develop Personal, Educational and Career Goals


Course Descriptions

Administration of Justice (AOJ)
Agricultural Aquaponics
Animal Health Care Internship
AP Computer Science A
AP Computer Science Principles
Architecture 1 & 2
Art of Animation
Art of TV & Video Production
Automotive Technology
Automotive Technology Internship
Automotive Technology MLR I
Automotive Technology MLR II
Automotive Technology Pre-Apprenticeship
Baking & Pastry Fundamentals
Broadcast News
Business Internship
Careers in Education
Careers in Education (Docent Program)
Careers with Children Internship
CNA (Pre-Certification) Internship
Computer Graphics
Computer Graphics Adv.
Computer Programming
Computerized Accounting
Construction Technology
Construction Technology Pre-Apprenticeship
Costume Design
Crime Scene Investigation (CSI)
Culinary Arts
Culinary Arts Adv.
Culinary Arts Internship
Dental Assistant Back Office
Dental Assistant Back Office Internship (Spring)
Dental Assistant Front Office
Diversified Service Careers Internship
Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
Engineering Design
Engineering Design & Development
Engineering Innovations
Entertainment Art
Exploring Computer Science
Film & Digital Media Studies
Fire Science 101
Food Services Cooperative
Hotel & Tourism Internship
Introduction to Engineering
Introduction to Medical Careers
Introduction to Product Design & Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Manufacturing Engineering Technology Adv.
Medical Core
Medical Nursing Careers Internship
Medical Terminology
Microsoft Tools
Multimedia Communications Design
Music Technology
Pharmacy Technician
Pharmacy Technician Internship
Principles of Engineering
Professional Dance
Programming and Robotics
Rapid Product Development
RetailĀ & Service Careers Cooperative
Retail Sales & Merchandising Internship
Sports & Entertainment Marketing
Sports Medicine & Athletic Training
Sports Medicine Adv.
Study of TV/Film Production
Tech Tools (Spring)
Theater Technology
Video Game Design
Virtual Enterprise
Visual Imagery
Visual Imagery Adv.
Web Site Development
Word Processing/Keyboarding (Fall)

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