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Audio Broadcast & Engineering 2


Intermediate Radio focuses more on the technical aspects of the radio station. Students will learn programming, advanced announcing, advertising, workplace skills development, advanced audio production, promotions, and more. Students get to create their own weekly radio show. They get to program it, choose the songs, voicetrack, and record the news, sports, weather and announcements for their show.

Advanced Radio focuses even more on the technical aspects of the radio station. Students will learn advanced programming, how to manage the radio station, and how to add songs and spots to the radio.

Both courses use the same frameworks and can be combined into the same class period.

Lesson Plans 

Audio Files

Group Rubric

Grades Student Shows The Following Traits:
100
  • Works great with group members, causing no disturbances
  • Helps with research, programming, and voice tracking
  • Is told 0 - 1 time(s) to calm or quiet down
    (Loud talking can be heard in the other studio rooms)
75
  • Works well with group members, causing little disturbance
  • Helps with research, programming, and voice tracking
  • Is told 2 times to calm or quiet down
50
  • Sometimes works well with group members, causing some disturbance
  • Barely helps other members
  • Is told 3 times to calm or quiet down
0
  • Doesn't work will group members, causing lots of disturbance
  • Never helps other members
  • Is told 4+ times to calm or quiet down