ERIC Number: ED106583
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Reference Count: 0
Exploring Careers in Radio and Television Program Production.
Cincinnati Public Schools, OH.
The career exploration program for grades 9 through 10, as part of a comprehensive K through 10 career development program, attempts to develop an awareness of and appreciation for work, extend knowledge of the variety of career opportunities, and provide experiences in career areas of individual interest. The document, a collection of materials consisting of student learning experience packets and selected sample forms, is designed to introduce the students to careers in radio and television program production. The introduction defines the career area and offers a suggested time table. The learning activities are organized according to objectives, activities, and resources and cover the areas of: introductory procedures, job analysis, job application, job interview and selection, simulation for radio show production (writers-reporters, announcers, technicians, public relations personnel, directors, and producers), television program production (writers-reporters, announcers and actors, public relations and sales personnel, technicians, executives, and craftsmen), and suggested evaluation techniques. The appendix includes: job description forms, letter of application instructions, employment application forms, a glossary of informational and news programing terms, a camera-use evaluation form, and television programing evaluation forms. (JB)
Descriptors: Broadcast Industry, Career Development, Career Education, Career Exploration, Career Planning, Communications, Curriculum Guides, Grade 10, Grade 9, Job Application, Learning Activities, Occupational Information, Production Techniques, Programing (Broadcast), Radio, Secondary Education, Secondary School Curriculum, Technical Education, Television
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Cincinnati Public Schools, OH.
Note: For related documents see CE 003 746-54, CE 003 756-64, and CE 004 312