Indiana Learning Standards - Fine Arts: Dance, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts — Grade 7


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7.1.1

Explore the impact of culture and tradition on Asian and African theatre.

7.1.2

Research and compare works of art to identify similarities and differences in function or purpose.

7.1.3

Demonstrate knowledge of the element of force by accurately performing a wide range and combination of force components through movement.

7.1.4

Research the roles of artists and skills needed for various art-related careers in the community.

7.1.5

Identify contributions that artists and art-related professionals have made to society.

7.1.6

Examine and critique art at local museums, galleries, virtual galleries, performance centers, and exhibitions in the community.

7.1.7

Discuss how artists, artwork, and art institutions can impact the economy of communities.

7.1.8

Identify ways one can become actively involved in supporting the arts in the community

7.10.1

Become familiar with a play and see a local production of it

7.11.1

Create a theatre piece that explores a controversial issue

7.11.2

Identify the ways theatre encourages cooperation in seeking solutions to mutual problems

7.12.1

Utilize recorded or live theatre performances to analyze the integrated use of the arts.

7.2.1

Demonstrate knowledge of choreographic principles alone and with others.

7.2.2

Research and identify how beliefs, customs, and technology affect artists styles of work.

7.2.3

Identify Western and non-Western art and artifacts by locating them on a timeline.

7.3.1

Explore thematic and character elements of a play.

7.3.2

Demonstrate and incorporate various theatrical elements with dance to communicate a topic of personal significance.

7.3.3

Create and present a dance sequence based on the use of abstracted everyday movement and gestures.

7.4.1

Identify and express personal feelings and thoughts from involvement in dance.

7.4.2

Reflect on the quality of self and peer performances.

7.4.3

Evaluate a dance from your own personal knowledge of dance composition including visual and emotional impact, skill of performers, creativity, and choreographers intent.

7.4.4

Read and reflect upon critical writings about art by artists and critics.

7.5.1

Discuss the role of aesthetic experience in life and reflect on its personal significance.

7.5.2

Create a dance that represents the evolution of dance in a particular culture

7.5.3

Create a dance inspired by folk, social, or theatrical dance as it evolved from one historical period to another.

7.6.1

Create works of art based on sensitive observation from real life and personal experience.

7.6.2

Use fictional or non-fictional resources to create a short script.

7.6.3

Discriminate and select from a variety of symbols, metaphors, subject matter, and ideas to clearly communicate personal statements.

7.6.4

Revise and refine artwork through reflection, analysis, synthesis, peer critique, and selfevaluation.

7.6.5

Identify connections between personal work and similar works of art for the purpose of identifying criteria and revising and refining work.

7.6.6

Demonstrate respect for personal work and the work of others.

7.7.1

Draw, write a description, or find images to convey a specific plays setting and mood.

7.7.2

Create an integrated dance project and analyze how integration of disciplines enhances learning.

7.7.3

Select and utilize the physical characteristics and expressive features of a given medium to enhance meaning in artwork.

7.7.4

Demonstrate appropriate use of various media, techniques, and processes to communicate themes and ideas in artwork.

7.7.5

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

7.8.1

Identify similarities between the use of skills and processes in art (problem solving, critical thinking, perceptual skills) and other subject areas, and describe how integration of disciplines enhances learning.

7.8.2

Observe human behavior and depict it through improvisation.

7.8.3

Use multiple art forms to nurture aesthetic experience and create cross-disciplinary works or performances.

7.8.4

Explore creative processes and innovation, synthesizing content and concepts of the arts and other disciplines.

7.9.1

Discover the skills needed to be a theatrical designer

7.9.2

Identify a wide variety of professions related to theatrical design, such as fashion designer, interior decorator, make-up artist, architect, engineer, and electrician.