Learning Audio Video Production, 1/e, Texas Edition


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Introduces the foundation skills, software skills, and applications for careers in audio and video production

Learning Audio/Video Production helps students explore Audio and Visual Production career paths, while learning the media creation process and standard industry software applications. Video projects, as well as activities building critical employability and 21st Century skills, are integrated throughout to prepare today's students for the workplace.

Practical, hands-on skills coverage provides ideal career preparation

  • Builds foundational knowledge needed to become a media content creator.
  • Provides hands-on experience working with Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Audition. 
  • Covers career success skills.
  • One-click navigation to TEKS aligned content using the Digital eText, Student and Teacher Editions.
  • Content supports preparation for the Adobe Certified Associate Premiere Pro.

Chapters build on each other to help students develop skills to create 10 different, distinct, and authentic video projects, while learning the media creation process

  • List of the topics to be covered in the lessons keeps students focused on essential content.
  • Try It! exercises allow students to practice what they learn about each feature.
  • Numbered steps make it easy for students to complete each part of the project.
  • Frequent illustrations help students choose the right settings and check their work.
  • Exercises include numerous notes that provide helpful tips or alternate methods of performing tasks and definitions of important terms.
  • Feature boxes include more in-depth information on digital media topics, tools, shortcuts, and professional methodology.
  • Review Projects encourage students to do further research or activities and write, design, or present their findings.

Review, practice, and apply with chapter-ending activities

  • Review questions remind students of the important skills and features they have learned and to assess their knowledge of the chapter's key points.
  • A Portfolio Builder project at the end of each chapter challenges students to complete a themed media content project using the skills from the current chapter as well as skills from the previous chapters.

Teaching support exclusively designed for Texas

  • Streamline course set-up, class prep, and instruction with a Digital eText.  
    • One-click navigation to TEKS aligned content. Use the Digital eText, Student and Teacher Editions, to quickly jump from the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills standards (TEKS) directly to the content in the eText that fulfills that standard.
    • 24/7 access to Digital eTexts of the Teacher and Student editions, as well as accompanying Test Bank and PowerPoint files.
    • Compatible with Thin Common Cartridge to facilitate single sign-on integration and rostering.
  • The Teacher's Wraparound Edition features customized instruction for more advanced, less advanced, special needs, at-risk, and ESOL students.

Program Facts

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  • Carl D. Perkins
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