Photography Courses Photography Scope and Sequence, Grades 9-12 Photo Systems 1 Prerequisite: None. This course introduces students to the fundamentals of film and digital photography. Students learn about cameras and how to take pictures. Students are then taught how to develop film and how to make the actual photographic prints from the negatives. All photo work is done in black and white photography. Students will also be introduced to the digital photography program, Aperture. (Lab/Material fee required.) Photo Systems 1 1/2 Credit, Gr. 9, 10, 11, 12 Course # 3790 Photo Systems 2 Prerequisite: Photo Systems 1. More advanced training is provided including photo composition, techniques, photo essay, school publications, photo enterprise and other activities including color digital photography techniques. Digital photography will be introduced using Adobe Photoshop as well as advanced techniques using Aperture. (Lab/Material fee required.) Photo Systems 2 1/2 Credit, Gr. 9, 10, 11, 12 Course # 3791 World of Work RICE 1/2 Credit, Gr. 12 Course # 3796 World of Work RICE Prerequisite: Enrollment in RICE. This classroom course teaches the student on-the-job survival skills for employment in trade and industry jobs. This course is taken at the same time students are in the Racine Industrial Cooperative Training Program. Information regarding employment in industry such as social security benefits, compensation and retirement, attitudes toward self, labor management relationships and industrial safety are covered. RICE (Racine Industrial Cooperative Education) 2 Credits, Gr. 12 Course # 3797 RICE (Racine Industrial Cooperative Education) Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment or completion of a capstone course or approval of Technology Education Coordinator and enrollment in the course entitled, “World of Work” (3796). This training program between the school and community is arranged for selected seniors to gain experience on the job. Students must be enrolled in or have completed a technology course. Trainees are matched to a trade or industrial training station and are paid the minimum wage or more for 15-20 hours per week in the afternoon.