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Other

Description:

Comparing and connecting art forms by describing theatre, dramatic media (such as film, television, and electronic media), and other art forms

Subjects:

  • Arts > General

Education Levels:

  • Grade 1
  • Grade 2
  • Grade 3
  • Grade 4
  • K

Keywords:

K to 4 | Arts Standards

Language:

English

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Public - Available to anyone

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3.1.1: Standards for the 21st-Century Learner

Conclude an inquiry-based research process by sharing new understandings and reflecting on the learning.

3.1.1: Fine Arts Theatre and Dance Curriculum Framework

Identify personal preferences in dramatic performances.

3.1.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Explore, reflect, select, and revise movement to solve movement problems as an impetus to create new dance sequences or phrases.

3.1.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Write or improvise a monologue or scene using the five W's (who, what, where, when, and why) that demonstrates the role conflict plays in drama.

3.1.1: District of Columbia Arts Education Learning Standards

Describe elements of art in works of art, emphasizing line, color, shape, form, texture, space, and value.

3.1.1: District of Columbia Health Education Standards

Explain how feeling good about oneself and being able to identify what makes one unique and special are signs of emotional health.

3.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards for Science

Generate sounds using different materials, objects and techniques. Record the sounds and then discuss and share the results.

3.1.1: Indiana Physical Education Standards

Demonstrate mature fundamental locomotor and manipulative movement skills with variations.

3.1.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Health & Wellness

Identify the link between healthy choices and being healthy.

3.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards for Mathematics

Count, read, write, compare, and plot on a number line whole numbers up to at least 10,000.

3.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards Social Studies

Identify and describe Native American Woodland Indians who lived in the region when European settlers arrived.

3.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards for Visual Art

Identify visual clues in works of art and artifacts that reflect characteristics of a given culture and speculate on where, when, and by whom the work was made.

3.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards Music

Sing a cappella and accompanied songs with attention to pitch, diction, tone quality, and posture.

3.1.1: Indiana's Academic Standards English/Language Arts

Know and use more difficult word families (-ight) when reading unfamiliar words.

3.1.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Dance

Demonstrate kinesthetic awareness (body awareness) through isolation and coordination of various body parts.

3.1.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Theatre

Explore the ways people in the past have used performance or ritual to communicate.

3.1.1: Indiana Academic Standards for Visual Arts

Identify visual clues in works of art and artifacts that reflect characteristics of a given culture and speculate on where, when, and by whom the work was made.

3.1.1: Louisiana PreK-Grade 12 Social Studies

Create timelines that identify important events in the history of Louisiana

3.1.1: Maryland State Curriculum for English Grades 9-12

The student will compose effective informative or expository texts (e.g., literary analysis and other academic compositions and essays; descriptions; summaries; work-related texts (e.g., brochures, proposals, project plans, résumés).

3.1.1: Maryland English Core Learning Goals

The student will demonstrate the advantages and limitations of speech and writing when communicating in various situations for specific audiences and purposes.

3.1.1: Maryland Science Core Learning Goals

The student will be able to describe the unique characteristics of chemical substances and macromolecules utilized by living systems.

3.1.1: Maryland Mathematics Core Learning Goals

The student will design and/or conduct an investigation that uses statistical methods to analyze data and communicate results.

3.1.1: Maine Federal, State, and Local Accountability Standards - Science and Technology

Students describe the positions and apparent motions of different objects in and beyond our solar system and how these objects can be viewed from Earth.

3.1.1: Social Studies High School Content Expectations v.10.07

Analyze the purposes, organization, functions, and processes of the legislative branch as enumerated in Article I of the Constitution.

3.1.1: Social Studies High School Content Expectations v.10.07

Major Economic Systems – Gives examples of and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of major economic systems (command, market and mixed), including their philosophical and historical foundations (e.g., Marx and the Communist Manifesto, Adam Smith and the Wealth of Nations).

3.1.1: North Dakota Health Content Standards

Identify the stages of the life cycle (i.e., birth, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, late adulthood, death)

3.1.1: North Dakota Physical Education Content Standards

Demonstrate mature form in running (i.e., moment of non-support, arm alignment, opposition)

3.1.1: North Dakota Social Studies Content Standards

Use labels, symbols, compass rose (i.e., intermediate directions), and legends to locate physical features on a map

3.1.1: North Dakota Science Content Standards

Identify changes that are repetitive (e.g., seasons, day and night, water cycle)

3.1.1: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

Recognize and transfer concepts learned in other disciplines when used in the foreign language classroom (i.e., social studies--weather, geographical terms; math-- measurement, money; science- -animals, food; music-- instruments).

3.1.1: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

Discuss topics from other disciplines in the target language (e.g., historical facts and concepts, geographical concepts, mathematical terms and concepts, scientific information).

3.1.1: North Dakota Foreign Language Content Standards

Analyze and discuss topics from other disciplines in the target language, such as political and historical concepts, worldwide health issues and environmental concerns (e.g., debate on world wide health issues, infomercial on an environmental concern).
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