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will demonstrate knowledge of the language of various art forms through sensory elements, organizational principles and expressive qualities of the arts. 25A
will analyze and evaluate the effective use of elements, principles and expressive qualities in a composition/performance in dance, drama, music and visual arts. 25a4
will identify, discuss and compare cultural and multi-cultural influences on art, dance, drama and music. 25a4
will compare and contrast aesthetic expression in terms of both form and content. 25a4
will develop an awareness and understanding of symbols, issues, and themes related to artworks of varying time periods and cultures. 25a4
will participate in oral and written critiques of artworks showing understanding of the language of art and the elements and principles of design. 25a4
will analyze and evaluate student and professional works for how aesthetic qualities are used to convey intent, expressive ideas, and/or meaning. 25a5
will identify, discuss and compare social and political influences on art, dance, drama and music. 25a5
will identify how scientific and technological advances have impacedted on art, dance, drama and music. 25a5
will identify how scientific and technological advances have impacted on the arts, e.g., electronic media productions, light and sound elements, and costume/set designs. 25a5

will understand relationships between music, the other arts, and disciplines outside the arts. 25B
will demonstrate dynamics and accents in reading. 25b1
will discuss special events and music apropriate for them, e.g., parades, birthdays. 25b1
will identify similarities in and among the arts (e.g., pattern, sequence, and mood). 25b1
will compare a work of art and musical work that are based upon the same event, subject, or mood, e.g., "Starry Night" by Van Gogh and "Sunrise" from the Grand Canyon Suite by Grofe. 25b2
will discuss the correlation of mathematics and music. 25b2
will discuss holidays and cultural traditions and their relationships with music. 25b2
will describe literary influences on musical works. 25b3
will discuss how musicians, visual artists, dancers, playwrights, and actors can transform events, scenes, and ideas into works of art. 25b3
will compare the work of a dancer and a musician in preparing for a performance of a work that describes an event. 25b3
will compare the work of a playwright and a composer in creating an idea or mood. 25b3
will compare and contrast the elements and principles in two or more art works that share similar themes. 25b3
will compare choral music with other arts from the same historical period, style or culture, e.g., music of Palestrina and art of Michelangelo and DiVinci. 25b4
will compare the ability of both literature and choral music to convey images, feelings and meanings. 25b4
will use scientific principles to describe tone production, the transmission and perception of sound as related to the human voice. 25b4
will compare the uses of chracteristic elements of the arts in choral music of the Classical and Romantic historical periods. 25b5
will explain the role of creators, performers and others in the modern entertainment industry, e.g., managers, costumers, technicians and accompanists. 25b5
will compare and contrast the uses of chracteristic elements of the arts in the European and American cultures. 25b5

will make connections between various art forms and other disciplines. 25B
will explore how ideas and emotions are expressed through dance, music, theatre, and visual art. 25b1
will recognize visual and kinetic elements in dance, music, theatre, and visual art. 25b1
will discuss relationshps between stories and pictures. 25b1
will recognize how a story is told through dance, music, theatre, and visual art. 25b1
will explore visual and kinetic elements in dance, music, theatre, and visual art. 25b1
will explore shape and form in both art and mathematics, e.g., geometric shapes. 25b1
will identify similarities in and among the arts (e.g., pattern, sequence and mood). 25b1
will recognize how a specific subject could be expressed through two or more arts disciplines. 25b2
will explore and discuss color theory as it relates to art and science. 25b2
will identify and understand similarities and differences between chracteristics of visual art and other art disciplines. 25b2
will compare visual, aural, oral, and kinetic elements in dance, music, theatre, and visual art. 25b2
will explore the influences of literature or current events on art. 25b2
will examine and identify motifs prevalent in crafts from different geographical regions. 25b3
will explain and compare two or more arts disciplines in a cultural context. 25b3
will explore American architecture through historical and/or mathematical concepts. 25b3
will employ two or more arts disciplines to recreate or illustrate a selected historical or cultural context, e.g., Renaissance Fair. 25b3

will understand the similarities, distinctions and connections in and among the arts. 25B
will identify similarities in and among the arts, e.g., pattern, sequence and mood. 25b4
will research and report on the relationship of artworks to one another in terms of history and culture. 25b4
will research and discuss the creative processes used in the visual arts in relation to problem solving in other art disciplines, e.g., composing music, choreographing dances and writing plays. 25b4
will research and discuss a particular period of history as it relates to art and artists. 25b4
will understand how different art forms combine to create an interdisciplinary work, e.g., musical theatre, opera or cinematography. 25b5
will explore through research the interpretive and expressive nature of several art forms in a specific culture or historical period. 25b5
will research several dramatic works in terms of other aesthetic philosophies, e.g., the underlying ethos of Greek drama, French classicism, Shakespeare and romantic forms, India's classical drama and Japanese Kabuki. 25b5
will research an interdisciplinary project using media technologies (video, computer- generated animation) that present dance in a new or enhanced form. 25b5

will compare and integrate various art forms including drama, dance, music, and visual arts 25B
will identify and describe the basic nature, materials, elements, and means of communicating in theatre dramatic media, musical theatre, dance music, and visual art. 25b4
will explain how the non-dramatic art forms are modified to enhance the expression of ideas and emotions in theatre. 25b4
will analyze and evaluate similar and distinctive characteristics of works in two or more of the arts that share the same historical period or societal context, e.g., music of Mozart, art of Gainsborough, writings of Voltaire. 25b4
will illustrate the integration of several art disciplines in informal presentations. 25b4
will compare the musical materials used in operas of the Romantic period. 25b5
will understand how elements and principles combine within various art forms to express ideas. 25b5
will define the unique interpretive and expressive nature and aesthetic qualities of traditional arts from various cultures and historical periods with contemporary new art forms. 25b5

will understand the processes, traditional tools and modern technologies used in the arts. 25A
will relate symbol systems (e.g., icons, syllables, numbers and letters) to musical sounds. 25a1
will identify media and tools and how to use them in a safe and responsible manner when painting, drawing and constructing. 26a1
will understand that the body is the primary tool of dance and identify secondary tools (e.g., pictures, visual aids, words, props and recordings). 26a1
will understand the tools of body, mind, voice, and simple visual/aural media and the processes of planning, practicing, and collaborating used to create or perform drama/theatre. 26a1

will understand and apply media, techniques, and processes in various arts. 26A
will identify tools, techniques, and processes in two-dimensional media, such as drawing, painting, or printmaking, and discuss the differences, e.g., crayons, tempera, vegetable prints; explore differences in types of paper. 26a1
will identify tools, techniques, and processes in three-dimensional media and discuss the differences, e.g., modeling, assembling. 26a1
will describe how different techniques and processes of three-dimensional media cause different appearances and responses. 26a1
will make artworks using at least three different two-dimensional media, including collage techniques, to communicate ideas, experiences, and stories. 26a1
will model objects using three-dimensional materials to communicate ideas. 26a1
will use two-dimensional and three-dimensional media and collage materials safely and responsibly. 26a1
will apply the media, tools, techniques, and processes used in painting and identify how the different techniques and processes of painting cuse different appearances and responses, e.g, wet on wet and dry brush. 26a1
will compare the media, tools, techniques, and processes used in sculpting, e.g., clay, paper, identify how the different techniques and processes of sculpture cause different appearances and responses, e.g., additive, subtractive, pinch. 26a1
will identify and describe differences in paper; explore the use of different types of paper in a collage format. 26a1
will make art using two different media to communicate ideas, experiences, and stories, e.g., tempera, finger paint, crayon. 26a1
will make three-dimensional objects using two different media to communicate ideas, experiences, and stories, e.g., sticks, fabric, and chenille stems. 26a1
will use painting, collage, and sculpting materials safely and responsibly. 26a1
will understand the human body is the primary tool of dance and identify secondary tools, e.g., pictures, visual aids, words, props, and recordings. 26a1
will understand the tools of the human body, mind, and voice and simple visual/aural media and the processes of planning, practicing, and collaborating used to create or perform drama/theatre. 26a1
will discuss and compare how different techniques and processes in at least three or more various pencil media e.g., graphite, colored pencils, cause artwork to have different appearances; use various pencil media to create a work of art. 26a2
will identify and discuss various building materials, e.g., log, sod, stone and their differing appearances; identify forms and shapes used in architecture; create a three-dimensional model of an archtectural structure. 26a2
will compare and discuss the media, tools, and processes of pastels and chalk and how such techniques as blending and layering are used to create different appearances; use these techniques in an artwork. 26a2
will discuss how different techniques and processes cause pottery to have different appearances and compare the media, tools, techniques and processes used in hand building with modeling materials. 26a2
will select media, techniques, and processes to communicate a personal experience or an idea, e.g., oil, pastel, tempera, relief print editions, beads, dye and yarn. 26a2
will examine the effectiveness of personal choices of media, techniques, and processes to communicate ideas and visual representations. 26a2
will use selected media to produce a piece of artwork e.g., painting, printmaking, jewelry, fiber arts, or clay pottery. 26a2
will describe processes, e.g., conditioning and practicing that are used to prepare the body as a tool of dance and how visual aids, stories, poetry, props, music and technology are used for the performance of dance. 26a2
will describe various ways the human body, mind and voice are used with acting, scripting, and staging processes to create or perform drama/theatre. 26a2
will use selected media, techniques, and processes to communicate a personal experience or an idea. 26a3
will recall,refine, select and compare the effectiveness of various media, techniques, and processes used to express experiences and/or ideas. 26a3
will use selected media to produce artwork, e.g., photography and computer imagery. 26a3
will describe how the choices of tools/technologies and processes are used to create specific effects in the arts. 26a3
will discuss the characteristics of elements of art and principles of design. 26a3