Arts Standards


Here are the VPAA Standards. These include Dance, Music, Theater and Visual Arts

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ART.D.III.7.3

Manipulate costuming and lighting to contribute to the meaning of a dance.

ART.D.III.7.4

Introduce manipulation of movement to solve a specific movement problem and be able to discuss their outcome.

ART.D.III.7.5

Demonstrate appropriate audience behavior while watching live dance, including how to appropriately express their opinions to performers in a supportive way.

ART.D.III.7.6

Compare and contrast elements of dance when looking at a dance composition.

ART.D.III.7.7

Demonstrate understanding of aesthetic criteria when evaluating a dance.

ART.D.III.7.8

Identify and demonstrate understanding of contrast of aesthetic impact between a live and recorded performance.

ART.D.III.8.1

Describe the action and movement elements observed in a dance using appropriate movement/dance vocabulary.

ART.D.III.8.2

Observe and explain how different accompaniment such as sound, music, and spoken text can affect the meaning of a dance.

ART.D.III.8.3

Demonstrate and/or explain how lighting and costuming can contribute to the meaning of a dance.

ART.D.III.8.4

Explore a movement problem and create multiple solutions; choose the most interesting solution and discuss the reasons for that choice.


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