Printing and Graphics 1
Course Number: 7911
This course introduces graphic communications and imaging technology with emphasis on printing production, publishing, and packaging industries. Topics include safety, layout, design, electronic imaging, reproduction photography, image assembly, platemaking, duplicator operations, finishing, and binding. Thinking skills, science, leadership, and visual art concepts are reinforced in this course. Job shadowing and internships are appropriate work-based learning strategies for this course. Hands-on work experiences and SkillsUSA leadership activities provide many opportunities to enhance classroom instruction and career development.
Prerequisite: None

Recommended Maximum Enrollment: 20
Recommended Hours of Instruction: 135-180
Course Blueprint: (372KB pdf)
Content Outline: (120KB pdf)
Curriculum Guide: 7911/7912 PRINTING GRAPHICS I, II
Curriculum Guide Title:

Graphic Communications: Digital File Preparation and Output,(2005) Catalogue Number TI1097
Graphic Communications: Orientation to Graphic Communications,(2005) Catalogue Number TI1051
Graphic Communications: Press Operations, Binding, and Finishing,(2005) Catalogue Number TI1053
Test bank date: 2005
Guide ordering information:
Curriculum Instructional Materials Center,
1500 West Seventh Avenue
Stillwater, OK 74074-4364
Phone: 800-654-4502
Consultant: David Barbour,, 919.807