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Kindergarten

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

1st

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

2nd

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

3rd

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

4th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

5th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

6th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

7th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

8th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

9th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

10th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

11th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

12th

Arts Education

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

Music: Playing Instruments - Students perform a varied repertoire of music on instruments alone and with others.

Music: Improvisation - Students improvise melodies, variations, and accompaniments.

Music: Writing - Students compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.

Music: Reading - Students read and notate music.

Music: Listening - Students listen to, analyze, and describe music.

Music: Evaluation - Students evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Application to Life - Students demonstrate relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Cultural and Historical Connections - Students demonstrate knowledge of the historical periods and cultural diversity of music.

Music: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate an understanding of movement through skills, techniques, choreography, and as a form of communication.

Theater: Students recognize and understand the components of theatrical production including script writing, directing, and production.

Theater: Students understand and demonstrate the role of the actor in the theater.

Theater: Students apply and demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills in theater, film television, or electronic media.

Theater: Students recognize and explain how theatrical experiences contribute to a better understanding of history, culture, and human relationships.

Theater: Students make connections with theater, the other arts, and academic disciplines.

Visual Arts: Knowledge - Students know and apply visual arts media, techniques, and processes.

Visual Arts: Application - Students use knowledge of visual characteristics, purposes, and functions.

Visual Arts: Content - Students choose, apply, and evaluate a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Visual Arts: Context - Students understand the visual arts in relation to history and cultures.

Visual Arts: Interpretation - Students analyze and assess characteristics, merits, and meanings in their own artwork and the work of others.

Visual Arts: Cross-curricular - Students demonstrate relationships between visual arts, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.

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