Structure in the arts



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Drama Core Content 4.1

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STRUCTURE IN THE ARTS

1.3.1

Supporting


Students will observe dramatic productions and describe literary elements, technical elements, and/or performance elements using drama/theatre terminology.

Elements of drama:

Literary elements - Story line (plot), Character, Story organization (beginning, middle, end)

Technical elements - Scenery, Costumes, Props, Make-up

Performance elements - Acting (how speaking, moving help to create characters)
1.3.3
Supporting
Students will identify a variety of creative dramatics (improvisation, mimicry, pantomime, role playing, and storytelling).




HUMANITY IN THE ARTS

2.3.1

Supporting

Students will identify folktales, legends, or myths from the following cultures and periods.

Cultures: Native American, Traditional Appalachian, and West African

Periods: Colonial American




PURPOSES FOR CREATING THE ARTS

3.3.1

Supporting

Students will experience dramatic works created for a variety of purposes.

Purposes of Drama/Theatre:(different roles of drama)

Sharing the human experience - to express or communicate emotion, feelings, ideas, information through dramatic works (e.g., storytelling, role playing, narrative works)

Passing on tradition and culture - to express or communicate feelings, ideas, information (e.g., narrative, storytelling, folktales, myths, and legends)

Recreational (e.g., for entertainment, drama/theatre as a hobby)

Artistic Expression - dramatic works created and performed by actors in a theatrical setting for an audience




PROCESSES IN THE ARTS

4.3.1

Supporting

Students will perform in dramatic situations that incorporate Literary, Technical and Performance elements.



STRUCTURE IN THE ARTS

1.3.1

DOK 3


Students will analyze or explain the use of elements of drama in dramatic works.

Elements of drama:

Literary elements – Script, Story line (plot), Character, Story organization (beginning, middle, end), Setting, Dialogue, Monologue, Conflict

Technical elements - Scenery (set), Costumes, Props, Sound and Music, Make-up

Performance elements:

Acting – how speaking and moving help to create characters

Speaking - vocal expression, projection, speaking style, diction

Nonverbal expression - gestures, facial expression, movement

1.3.2

Supporting

Students will identify, describe or explain relationships among characters and settings as related to a script, a scenario, or classroom dramatization.

1.3.3

Supporting

Students will identify and describe a variety of creative dramatics (improvisation, mimicry, pantomime, role playing, and storytelling).




HUMANITY IN THE ARTS

2.3.1

DOK 2


Students will describe or explain how drama has been a part of cultures and time periods throughout history.

Cultures:

Native American,

Traditional Appalachian

West African

(The use of storytelling, myths, legends, folktales in these cultures)

Periods:

Colonial American - European influence on American drama/theatre, plays from England (The influence of Europe was very strong in the colonies due to the movement of settlers from Europe to America.),

Native American includes period in North America before European settlement.




PURPOSES FOR CREATING THE ARTS

3.3.1

DOK 2

Students will describe or explain how drama/theatre fulfills a variety of purposes.

Purposes of Drama/Theatre:(different roles of drama)

Sharing the human experience - to express or communicate emotion, feelings, ideas, information through dramatic works (e.g., storytelling, role playing, narrative works)

Passing on tradition and culture -to express or communicate feelings, ideas, information (e.g., narrative, storytelling, folktales, myths, and legends)

Recreational - drama for entertainment, (e.g., drama/theatre as a hobby)

Artistic Expression - drama created with the intent to express or communicate emotion, feelings, ideas, information (e.g. dramatic works created and performed by actors in a theatrical setting for an audience)





PROCESSES IN THE ARTS

4.3.1

Supporting

Students will create and perform using elements of drama (Literary, Technical, Performance).

4.3.2

Supporting

Students will improvise to tell stories that show action and have a clear beginning, middle, and end. (Literary elements)






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