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Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

1st

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

2nd

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

3rd

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

4th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

5th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

6th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

7th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

8th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

9th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

10th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

11th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

12th

Arts Education

Art and Design: Knowing: Visual Memory and Knowledge: Students in Wisconsin will know and remember information and ideas about the art and design around them and throughout the world.

Art and Design: Knowing: History, Citizenship, and Environment: Students in Wisconsin will understand the value and significance of the visual arts, media and design in relation to history, citizenship, the environment, and social development.

Art and Design: Doing: Visual Design and Production: Students in Wisconsin will design and produce quality original images and objects, such as paintings, sculptures, designed objects, photographs, graphic designs, videos, and computer images.

Art and Design: Doing: Practical Applications: Students in Wisconsin will apply their knowledge of people, places, ideas, and language of art and design to their daily lives.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will produce quality images and objects that effectively communicate and express ideas using varied media, techniques, and processes.

Art and Design: Communicating: Visual Media and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will understand the role of, and be able to use, computers, video, and other technological tools and equipment.

Art and Design: Thinking: Art and Design Criticism: Students in Wisconsin will interpret visual experiences, such as artwork, designed objects, architecture, movies, television, and multimedia images, using a range of subject matter, symbols, and ideas.

Art and Design: Thinking: Visual Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop perception, visual discrimination, and media literacy skills to become visually educated people.

Art and Design: Understanding: Personal and Social Development: Students in Wisconsin will use their senses and emotions through art and design to develop their minds and to improve social relationships.

Art and Design: Understanding: Cultural and Aesthetic Understanding: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon the nature of art and design and meaning in art and culture.

Art and Design: Creating: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will make connections among the arts, other disciplines, other cultures, and the world of work.

Art and Design: Creating: Visual Imagination and Creativity: Students in Wisconsin will use their imaginations and creativity to develop multiple solutions to problems, expand their minds, and create ideas for original works of art and design.

Dance: Motor Learning: Students in Wisconsin will recognize, understand, and demonstrate movement elements and skills in dance.

Dance: Kinesthetic Awareness: Students in Wisconsin will use the body as the instrument of expression and use movement as the medium to develop kinesthetic awareness.

Dance: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise using movement elements, themes, personal experience, and imagination.

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

Dance: Critical Thinking: Students in Wisconsin will develop critical and creative thinking through their dance experience.

Dance: Communication and Expression: Students in Wisconsin will understand the expressive power of dance as a means of communication and understand that it is subject to multiple interpretations.

Dance: Appreciation: Students in Wisconsin will reflect upon and appreciate dance as an art form past and present.

Dance: Making Connections: Students in Wisconsin will dance to build bridges to other disciplines and cultures.

Dance: Healthful Living: Students in Wisconsin will make connections between dance and healthful living.

Dance: Dance and Technology: Students in Wisconsin will expand dance horizons through the use of technology.

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

Music: Music Performance: Instrumental: Students in Wisconsin will play, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music on instruments.

Music: Music Creativity: Improvisation: Students in Wisconsin will improvise music.

Music: Music Creativity: Composition: Students in Wisconsin will compose and arrange music.

Music: Music Literacy: Reading and Notating: Students in Wisconsin will read and notate music.

Music: Music Response: Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will analyze and describe music.

Music: Music Response: Evaluation: Students in Wisconsin will evaluate music and music performances.

Music: Music Connections: The Arts: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to the other arts and disciplines outside the arts.

Music: Music Connections: History and Culture: Students in Wisconsin will relate music to history and culture.

Theatre: Play Reading and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will attend live theatre and read plays, be able to analyze and evaluate the play, and articulate (create meaning from) the play's message for individuals and society.

Theatre: Performance: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as actors and develop basic acting skills to portray characters who interact in improvised and scripted scenes.

Theatre: Research and Analysis: Students in Wisconsin will research and analyze methods of presentation and audience response for theatre, the interconnections of theatre, community, other cultures, and historical periods for use as general knowledge.

Theatre: Analysis of Process: Students in Wisconsin will work and think as theatre artists and reflect upon and assess the characteristics and merits of their own work and the work of others.

Theatre: Theatre Production: Students will think and work as playwrights, designers, managers, and/or directors to create and interpret improvised and scripted scenes.

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