Year 10 Digital Technology
Subject Name: Digital Technology
Level: Year 10
Learning Area: Technologies
Students use critical thinking and information systems to define, design and implement digital solutions. Students develop their computational thinking and experience a range of software applications to improve their understanding and effective use of ICT devices and resources.
This subject allows students to develop their skills and knowledge in specific areas, which will be negotiated with the teacher. This course can be run as a Stage One Digital Technology course. In the Multimedia aspects of the course students develop a better understanding of the appropriate and effective use of different media. They develop the ability to identify, create and explain processes, products and systems.
Students will use a wide variety of software applications and media for a variety of situations and audiences including capturing and editing audio, video (film production techniques such as green screen and special effects) animation, graphics, 3D text, info-graphics and create their own fonts, design and create their own game. Students will work with audio editing software to animate, capture and process sound, video images and info-graphics and create images.
The main focus of this course is for students to focus on the main area of their interests such as developing a basic understanding of animation, film production, electronic and hardcopy presentations and video editing.
This course also provides a good understanding of cyber-safety issues such as copyright, identifying different types of media, how to convert files into different formats and acknowledging sources. It also gives students a clearer understanding of how computer systems use these files as well as techniques used to influence audiences.
• Skills and Application tasks – Practicals, Class tasks, Tests and Homework
• Folio – Research tasks Issue task, Investigation, Devising and Evaluating task
• Product – Group and Individual
Length: One Semester.
SACE Attainment: Students have the option to undertake this course as a Stage 1 course.
If students achieve a ‘C’ grade or higher, they will gain 10 credits towards their SACE.
Delivery Mode: Onsite, face to face.
Costing: USB FlashDrive is recommended for backup purposes.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All level
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Self