Grade 4 – module three theatre in the world enduring understanding



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GRADE 4 – MODULE THREE THEATRE IN THE WORLD

ENDURING UNDERSTANDING: Theatre draws upon the many storytelling traditions of California.




ESSENTIAL QUESTION: Why do different cultural groups tell similar stories in such a variety of ways?
SAMPLE PERFORMANCE TASK: Working with an ensemble, adapt and perform a short story using a storytelling tradition and style that comes from one of the diverse cultures of California.


QUALITY LEVELS

  1. Artistic Perception

Grade 4 Standard


2.0 Creative Expression

Grade 4 Standard: 2.3

  1. Historical/Cultural

Context

Grade 4 Standard: 3.1

4.0 Aesthetic Valuing

Grade 4 Standard

5.0 Connections, Relationships, Applications

Grade 4 Standard

4

Advanced












3 Proficient






  • Performs a role in an adaptation of a short story using a storytelling tradition and style from an ethnic group in California history

  • Adapts a short story into a script reflecting an ethnic/cultural group from California history







2

Partially

Proficient






  • Attempts to perform a role in an adaptation of a short story using some evidence of a storytelling tradition and style from an ethnic group in California history


  • Attempts to adapt a short story into a script reflecting an ethnic/cultural group from California history







1

Not


Proficient






  • Does not perform a role

  • Does not adapt a short story into a script









NOTE: For the purposes of assigning a score to a criterion, you may use the following scale: 4 = fully implemented, exemplary accomplishment; 3 = implemented and operational; 2 = introduced, evidence of progress but not fully operational; 1 = not attempted or at the beginning level of implementation

from: Visual and Performing Arts Framework for California Public Schools






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