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Kindergarten

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

1st

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

2nd

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

3rd

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

4th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

5th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

6th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

7th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

8th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

9th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

10th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

11th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

12th

Arts Education

Dance: Movement Elements and Dance Skills: Students will identify and demonstrate movement elements and dance skills.

Dance: Choreography: Students will create movement compositions based on choreographic principles, processes, and forms.

Dance: Dance as Expression: Students will demonstrate an understanding of dance as a way to express and communicate meaning.

Dance: Performance in Dance: Students will rehearse and stage dance works.

Dance: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own dances and the dances of others using appropriate dance vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Music: Singing: Students will sing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Reading and Notation: Students will read music written in standard notation.

Music: Playing Instruments: Students will play instruments, alone and with others, to perform a varied repertoire of music.

Music: Improvisation and Composition: Students will improvise, compose, and arrange music.

Music: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own music and the music of others using appropriate music vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Theatre: Acting: Students will develop acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Reading and Writing Scripts: Students will read, analyze, and write dramatic material.

Theatre: Directing: Students will rehearse and stage dramatic works.

Theatre: Technical Theatre: Students will demonstrate skills in using the basic tools, media, and techniques involved in theatrical production.

Theatre: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own theatrical work and the work of others using appropriate theatre vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Visual Arts: Methods, Materials, and Techniques: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the methods, materials, and techniques unique to the visual arts.

Visual Arts: Elements and Principles of Design: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the elements and principles of design.

Visual Arts: Observation, Abstraction, Invention, and Expression: Students will demonstrate their powers of observation, abstraction, invention, and expression in a variety of media, materials, and techniques.

Visual Arts: Drafting, Revising, and Exhibiting: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the processes of creating and exhibiting their own artwork: drafts, critique, self-assessment, refinement, and exhibit preparation.

Visual Arts: Critical Response: Students will describe and analyze their own work and the work of others using appropriate visual arts vocabulary. When appropriate, students will connect their analysis to interpretation and evaluation.

Connections: Purposes and Meanings in the Arts: Students will describe the purposes for which works of dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and architecture were and are created, and, where appropriate, interpret their meanings.

Connections: Roles of Artists in Communities: Students will describe the roles of artists, patrons, cultural organizations, and arts institutions in societies of the past and present.

Connections: Concepts of Style, Stylistic Influence, and Stylistic Change: Students will demonstrate their understanding of the concepts of style, stylistic influence, and stylistic change by identifying when and where art works were created and by analyzing characteristic features of art works from various historical periods, cultures, and genres.

Connections: Inventions, Technologies, and the Arts: Students will describe and analyze how performing and visual artists use and have used materials, inventions, and technologies in their works.

Connections: Interdisciplinary Connections: Students will use knowledge of the arts and cultural resources in the study of the arts, English language arts, foreign languages, health, history and social science, mathematics, and science and technology/engineering.

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