A. Understand the sensory elements, organizational principles and
expressive qualities of the arts.
25.A.1a Dance: Identify the elements of personal
and shared space, direction in space, quick and slow speed, firm and fine
force; the principles of AB choreographic form and sequence; and the expressive
qualities of mood and emotion.
25.A.1b Drama: Understand the elements of acting,
locomotor and nonlocomotor movement, vocal and nonvocal sound, story making;
the principles of plot, character, setting, problem/resolution and message;
and the expressive characteristics of simple emotions.
25.A.1c Music: Identify differences in elements
and expressive qualities (e.g., between fast and slow tempo; loud and
soft dynamics; high and low pitch/direction; long and short duration;
same and different form, tone color or timbre, and beat).
25.A.1d Visual Arts: Identify the elements of
line, shape, space, color and texture; the principles of repetition and
pattern; and the expressive qualities of mood, emotion and pictorial representation.
B. Understand the similarities, distinctions and connections in and
among the arts.
25.B.1 Identify similarities in and among the
arts (e.g., pattern, sequence and mood).
Standard 26: Through
creating and performing, understand how works of art are produced.
A. Understand processes, traditional tools and modern technologies
used in the arts.
26.A.1a Dance: Understand that the body is the
primary tool of dance and identify secondary tools (e.g., pictures, visual
aids, words, props and recordings).
26.A.1b Drama: 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.
26.A.1c Music: Identify a variety of sounds
and sound sources (e.g., instruments, voices and environmental sounds).
26.A.1d Music: Relate symbol systems (e.g.,
icons, syllables, numbers and letters) to musical sounds.
26.A.1e Visual Arts: Identify media and tools
and how to use them in a safe and responsible manner when painting, drawing
B. Apply skills and knowledge necessary to create and perform in one
or more of the arts.
26.B.1a Dance: Perform basic locomotor, non-locomotor
movements and traditional dance forms and create simple dance sequences.
26.B.1b Drama: Demonstrate individual skills
(e.g., vocalizing, listening, moving, observing, concentrating) and group
skills (e.g., decision making, planning, practicing, spacing) necessary
to create or perform story elements and characterizations.
26.B.1c Music: Sing or play on classroom instruments
a variety of music representing diverse cultures and styles.
26.B.1d Visual Arts: Demonstrate knowledge
and skills to create visual works of art using manipulation, eye-hand
coordination, building and imagination.