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LOUISIANA ARTS CONTENT STANDARDS

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LOUISIANA ARTS CONTENT STANDARDS

LOUISIANA ARTS CONTENT STANDARDS

    CREATIVE EXPRESSION: Students develop creative expression through the application of knowledge, ideas, skills, and organizational abilities.

Dance

    CE-1D-H1 recognizing and utilizing an expanded vocabulary of the elements of dance appropriate to level of

    training; (1, 2, 4)

    CE-1D-H2 communicating individual concepts using specific dance forms and structures; (2, 3, 4)

    CE-1D-H3 identifying and performing creative movement and dance patterns in solo, duet, and small groups,

    with pride and clarity; (4, 5)

    CE-1D-H4 incorporating self-evaluation and external evaluation to refine performance skills; (4, 5)

    CE-1D-H5 presenting and evaluating original and established dances and movement studies; (1, 2, 4)

    CE-1D-H6 recognizing the relationship among dance, other arts, and disciplines outside the arts. (3, 4, 5)

Theatre Arts

    CE-1Th-H1 developing interpersonal skills as an individual and as a performer; (1, 5)

    CE-1Th-H2 understanding and stating rules in group performance while expanding dramatic elements in

    improvisation; (1, 2, 4, 5)

    CE-1Th-H3 demonstrating effective use of physical and vocal techniques while developing roles in group

    performance; (1, 2, 4)

    CE-1Th-H4 comparing and contrasting theatrical writing styles and conventions; (1, 2, 4)

Visual Arts

    CE-1VA-H1 producing works of art that successfully convey a central thought based on ideas, feelings, and

    memories; (1, 2)

    CE-1VA-H2 applying a variety of media techniques, technologies, and processes for visual expression and

    communication; (2, 3)

    CE-1VA-H3 recognizing and utilizing individual expression through the use of the elements of design while

     exploring compositional problems; (1, 2)

    CE-1VA-H4 producing a visual representation of ideas derived through the study of various cultures, disciplines,

    and art careers; (2, 4)

    CE-1VA-H5 producing imaginative works of art generated from individual and group ideas; (1, 5)

    CE-1VA-H6 producing works of art which describe and connect art with other disciplines; (4)

CE-1VA-H7 maintaining a sketchbook or journal and developing a portfolio. (1, 4)

Music

    CE-1M-H1 creating and improvising advanced musical forms individually and in groups, utilizing the voice and/or

    musical instruments; (1, 2, 4)

    CE-1M-H2 applying with greater technical accuracy notational symbols and vocabulary that convey precise

    musical meaning; (2, 3, 4)

CE-1M-H3 performing and composing more complex compositions; (1, 2, 3)

    CE-1M-H4 interpreting and applying the elements of music through utilizing preferred medium of choice;

    (1, 4, 5)

CE-1M-H5 performing in organized activities using a performance medium; (1, 5)

    CE-1M-H6 analyzing the elements of music through listening to a variety of musical examples; (2, 4)

    CE-1M-H7 identifying commonalities and differences between music and other content disciplines. (2, 3, 4)

    AESTHETIC PERCEPTION: Students develop aesthetic perception through the knowledge of art forms and respect for commonalities and differences.

    Dance

    AP-2D-H1 using an expanded vocabulary when responding to the aesthetic qualities of dance; (1, 2, 4)

    AP-2D-H2 analyzing the unique characteristics of dance as it reflects the quality of everyday life in

     various cultures; (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

    AP-2D-H3 using descriptors, analogies, and other metaphors to express the impact of dance on our

     senses, intellects, and emotions; (1, 4)

    AP-2D-H4 assimilating and communicating the multiple possibilities and options available in dance; (1, 4, 5)

    AP-2D-H5 questioning/weighing evidence and information, examining intuitive reactions, and drawing

     personal conclusions about dance. (2, 4)

Theatre Arts

    AP-2Th-H1 expanding interpretation of sensory perception, character relationships, character

    transformation, and cultural and social concerns; (1, 2, 4)

    AP-2Th-H2 discussing and responding to drama with new ideas, acceptance of ideas, reactions to stimuli,

    and evaluation criteria; (2, 4)

    AP-2Th-H3 selecting and practicing physical attributes and movement qualities that enhance

    characterization and interpret psychological motivation; (1, 4)

    AP-2Th-H4 exploring use of language and recognizing the development of voice for expression, thought,

    and meaning; (1, 4)

    AP-2Th-H5 constructing social and personal meaning from informal and formal productions; (2, 4, 5)

    AP-2Th-H6 understanding the importance of action and reaction in planning, producing, and performing

     scripts; (1, 2)

    AP-2Th-H7 creating consistent characters in formal and informal theatre, film, television, or electronic

    media productions; (1, 2, 3)

    AP-2Th-H8 integrating relationships among theatre, other arts, and disciplines outside the arts. (1, 4)

Visual Arts

    AP-2VA-H1 using an expanded art/design vocabulary when responding to the aesthetic qualities of a work

    of art; (1, 3)

    AP-2VA-H2 analyzing unique characteristics of art as it reflects the quality of everyday life in various

    cultures;

    (1, 5)

    AP-2VA-H3 using descriptors, analogies, and other metaphors to describe interrelationships observed in

    works of art, nature, and the total environment; (3, 4, 5)

    AP-2VA-H4 assimilating the multiple possibilities and options available for artistic expression; (2, 3)

    AP-2VA-H5 questioning/weighing evidence and information, examining intuitive reactions, and drawing

    personal conclusions about works of art. (1)

Music

    AP-2M-H1 using an expanded vocabulary when responding to the expressive qualities of music; (1, 4)

    AP-2M-H2 analyzing the unique characteristics of music used for different purposes in various cultures;

     (2, 4, 5)

    AP-2M-H3 expressing the impact of music on our senses, intellects, and emotions; (1, 4, 5)

    AP-2M-H4 assimilating and communicating the multiple possibilities and options available for artistic

    expression in music; (1, 3, 4)

    AP-2M-H5 questioning, weighing evidence and information, examining intuitive reactions, and drawing

    personal conclusions about music. (2, 4)

    HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL PERCEPTION: Students develop historical and cultural perception by recognizing and understanding that the arts throughout history are a record of human experience with a past, present, and future.

Dance

    HP-3D-H1 recognizing and understanding that dance throughout history is a record of human experience

    with a past, present, and future; (3, 4, 5)

    HP-3D-H2 recognizing and relating great works and great performers who have created the traditions

    of dance and shaped its history; (4, 5)

    HP-3D-H3 comparing and contrasting dance works as forms of artistic performance and cultural

    expression; (3, 4, 5)

    HP-3D-H4 developing and presenting a multidisciplinary dance project including a variety of disciplines.

     (1, 3, 4)

Theatre Arts

    HP-3Th-H1 recognizing and analyzing the universality of theme, situation, and motivation across cultures

    and time; (1, 2, 4)

    HP-3Th-H2 demonstrating a knowledge of history and the literature of theatre arts as communication;

    (1, 2, 4)

    HP-3Th-H3 developing and analyzing social and cultural awareness through exposure to theatrical

    productions; (1, 2, 5)

    HP-3Th-H4 developing and applying an understanding of the theories, forms, and cultural histories of

    communication in theatre arts; (1, 2, 4)

    HP-3Th-H5 analyzing social meanings from productions and performances from a variety of cultural and

    historical periods; (1, 3, 4)

    HP-3Th-H6 analyzing through a historical perspective the form and content of cultural works. (1, 2, 4)

Visual Arts

    HP-3VA-H1 categorizing specific styles and periods of art as they relate to various cultural, political, and

    economic conditions; (1, 2)

    HP-3VA-H2 analyzing how works of art cross geographical, political, and historical boundaries; (1, 4, 5)

    HP-3VA-H3 comparing and contrasting ways art has been used as a means of communication throughout

    history;

    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    HP-3VA-H4 analyzing materials, technologies, media, and processes of the visual arts throughout history;

    (2, 3)

    HP-3VA-H5 identifying the roles of artists who have achieved recognition and ways their works have

    influenced the community. (1, 2, 4, 5)

Music

    HP-3M-H1 demonstrating knowledge of musical styles that represent various historical periods and

    cultures;

    (1, 3)

    HP-3M-H2 analyzing the role of music as it relates to the needs of society; (2, 5)

    HP-3M-H3 analyzing various roles of musicians and identifying representative individuals who have

    functioned in these roles. (2, 4)

    CRITICAL ANALYSIS: Students make informed judgments about the arts by developing critical analysis skills through study of and exposure to the arts.

Dance

    CA-4D-H1 developing a criterion for forming personal preferences and opinions of dance styles; (4, 5)

CA-4D-H2 describing and demonstrating the choreographic intent of dance; (1, 2)

    CA-4D-H3 applying aesthetic principles and choreographic criteria to critique dance; (1, 2, 3, 4)

    CA-4D-H4 using aesthetic principles and factors to establish individual attitudes toward creating,

    performing, and observing dance; (1, 2, 4, 5)

    CA-4D-H5 expanding the ability to communicate and to justify aesthetic responses to the dance

    experience. (1, 2, 4, 5)

Theatre Arts

    CA-4Th-H1 analyzing how performers/presenters use movement, voice, language, and the technical

    elements to communicate through media; (1, 3, 4)

    CA-4Th-H2 selecting, analyzing, and interpreting the various aspects of selected theatrical work based on

     researched information (e.g., playwright, period, actors, location, costuming, directing); (1, 2, 5)

    CA-4Th-H3 reacting appropriately at given moments from the perspective of a character; (1, 2)

    CA-4Th-H4 reacting appropriately at given moments from the perspective of the audience; (1, 4, 5)

    CA-4Th-H5 analyzing social meanings in the context of interpersonal, national, and international

    perspectives; (1, 2, 5)

    CA-4Th-H6 exploring and demonstrating roles of theatre artists in a production; (2, 4)

    CA-4Th-H7 identifying and comparing the lives, works, and influence of representative theatre artists in

     various cultures and historical periods. (1, 2, 5)

Visual Arts

    CA-4VA-H1 translating knowledge of the design elements and principles to communicate individual ideas;

    (1, 2, 3)

    CA-4VA-H2 working individually/collectively to compare and contrast symbols and images in the visual arts

    within historical periods and in other core curricula; (2, 3, 4)

    CA-4VA-H3 comparing and contrasting the processes, subjects, and media of the visual arts; (2, 3)

    CA-4VA-H4 analyzing how specific works are created and how they relate to cultures and to historical

    periods;

    (1, 2, 3, 4)

    CA-4VA-H5 selecting and analyzing a work of art and giving a personal interpretation of that work based

    on information researched. (2, 5)

Music

    CA-4M-H1 making judgments about musical experiences and applying the appropriate vocabulary to

    describe that experience; (1, 2, 4, 5)

    CA-4M-H2 experiencing and evaluating behavior appropriate for the context and style of music

    performed, both as audience and performer; (1, 2, 4, 5)

CA-4M-H3 analyzing appropriate choices of music according to function; (3, 4, 5)

CA-4M-H4 defending choices for musical selections. (1, 5)

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