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Arts Education (2006)
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Theatre
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1.) Explain how the body, mind, and voice are used in classroom drama.

Arts Education (2006)
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Theatre
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2.) Use personal space, partner space, and group space in an appropriate manner.

Examples:

- personal space--working individually in a space,

- partner space--working as part of a pair in an identified space,

- group space--moving through a space without physically coming in contact with one another

Arts Education (2006)
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3.) Demonstrate ways that voice, space, and movement are used to create emotions, characters, or objects.

Examples:

- voice--using loud voices to suggest surprise,

- space--standing apart from a group to suggest sadness,

- speed--moving quickly to represent excitement

Arts Education (2006)
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4.) Depict simple stories and situations through the use of puppetry.

Arts Education (2006)
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5.) Portray individual characters from an oral reading in literature.

Example: Goldilocks in Goldilocks and the Three Bears

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6.) Portray people from the community as characters in a dramatic activity.

Examples: fireman, police officer, teacher, mayor

Arts Education (2006)
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7.) Retell the sequence of events in a story or theatrical performance.

•  Identifying characters and setting in a story or theatrical performance
•  Identifying reasons for liking or disliking a particular aspect of a story
Arts Education (2006)
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8.) Relate a personal experience to an incident in a dramatic production.

Example: comparing personal joy upon going home from school to Dorothy's feelings upon going home from Oz

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9.) Demonstrate behavior appropriate to specific types of performances.

Examples: cheering at a pep rally, listening attentively during a symphony performance

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10.) Identify an occupation from each arts discipline.

Examples:

- dance--ballerina,

- music--music teacher,

- theatre--actor,

- visual arts--portrait painter

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11.) Demonstrate ways the arts are used in cultural celebrations.

Examples: making masks for Mardi Gras, making rain sticks for a rain dance, making a piñata for a Cinco de Mayo celebration

Arts Education (2006)
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12.) Identify the technology used to create a theatrical production.