Indiana Learning Standards - Fine Arts: Dance, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts — Grade 2


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2.1.1

Sing with accurate pitch, appropriate tone quality, clear diction, and good posture.

2.1.2

Explore theatre as a reflection of the culture and history of communities.

2.1.3

Demonstrate and identify the element of force through the use of sharp, smooth, heavy, and light movements.

2.1.4

Identify the roles of artists, docents, technology experts, and guards at museums and galleries.

2.1.5

Follow the cues of a conductor with regard to tempo and dynamics.

2.1.6

Visit local museums and exhibits, and experience visiting artists in the school

2.10.1

Experience live theatre

2.10.2

Identify local theatre activities and how they add to the life of the community

2.11.1

Create a theatre piece that helps explain a relationship.

2.12.1

Use another art form to create a theatre piece

2.2.1

Explore the different ways stories can be told.

2.2.2

Identify abstract works of art.

2.2.3

Identify, demonstrate, and create floor pathways

2.2.4

Learn correct names for classroom instruments and identify those associated with world cultures.

2.2.5

Play simple ostinatos while others sing.

2.2.6

Follow the cues of a conductor with regard to tempo and dynamics.

2.3.1

Improvise a short melodic phrase on a pitched classroom or keyboard instrument.

2.3.2

Construct meaning in works of art and support opinions with personal response, properties found in the work, shared peer perspectives, and background information

2.3.3

Compare human movement to dance.

2.3.4

Create spontaneous dialogue to express feelings

2.4.1

Perform short rhythmic and melodic phrases within teacher guidelines and write them using standard or original notation.

2.4.2

Respond to art based on personal preference and actively listen to others, recognizing that people have different preferences.

2.4.3

Describe observed dance movement activities using two dance elements

2.5.1

Describe the role dance plays in cultural celebrations and historical events.

2.5.2

Identify and discuss major questions about the nature of art such as: Is all art beautiful? What is beauty? Can art be machine-made? Does art always reflect feelings or mood? R

2.5.3

Identify and explore dance in a particular culture and historical period.

2.5.4

Identify direction of notated pitch patterns and interpret through singing, playing, or movement.

2.5.5

Identify basic musical terms and symbols and interpret through singing, playing, or movement.

2.6.1

Dramatize short stories using improvisation and theatre games.

2.6.2

Collaboratively improvise scenes based on personal experiences

2.6.3

Identify groups of classroom instruments by sight and sound.

2.6.4

Demonstrate evidence of reflection and care in creating artwork.

2.6.5

Identify and apply criteria for self-assessment of studio work such as craftsmanship, control of media, and communication of ideas

2.6.6

Demonstrate respect for personal work and the work of others.

2.7.1

Identify common vocabulary used in dance and one other art form (visual art, music, theatre)

2.7.2

Explore and compare connections between dance and two other discipline areas (language arts, mathematics, science, social studies).

2.7.3

Establish and apply criteria for good musical performance in and outside the classroom.

2.7.4

Identify and use a balance of two-dimensional and three-dimensional media, techniques, and processes to effectively communicate ideas, experiences, and stories.

2.7.5

Demonstrate safe and proper use, care, and storage of media, materials, and equipment.

2.8.1

Identify similarities and connections between concepts and subject matter found in visual art and other disciplines.

2.8.2

Create a work of art utilizing concepts, subject matter, or the sign systems, such as words or numbers, of another discipline.

2.8.3

Express a specific emotion through music, art, movement, and writing or speaking.

2.8.4

Create an integrated work utilizing concepts, subject matter, and sign systems of art and another art form (for example, a short dramatic piece using puppets).

2.9.1

Identify the various jobs people do behind the scenes, such as light board operator, sound board operator, stage manager, and stage hands.

2.9.2

Discover the role of music from earlier periods in history such as the music of Native Americans and its relationship to other elements in the society.

2.9.3

Perform and listen to music and learn folk dances from past and present cultures.

2.9.4

Discuss roles of musicians in the community.