Courses of Study

Creating
Conceive
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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1) Explore and share ideas for media arts products, utilizing play and experimentation.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Creating
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 1: Generate and conceptualize artistic ideas and work.
Process Components: Conceive
Essential Questions:
EU: Media arts ideas, works, and processes are shaped by the imagination, creative processes, and by experiences, both within and outside of the arts.
EQ: How do media artists generate ideas? How can ideas for media arts productions be formed and developed to be effective and original?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Communication
  • talking/ telling
  • drawing, writing
  • share
Media Arts
  • media tools
  • what we see
  • what we hear
  • product, production, artwork
Experimentation
  • add/ take away/ combine
  • try, try, try again
Developing
  • search
  • brainstorm
  • plan, order (sequence)
  • audience
  • construct/ build
Model
  • plan
  • pattern
Elements
  • sounds/ music
  • pictures/ video/ images
  • feeling
  • story/ information
  • audience
Construct
  • make/ build
Capture
  • borrow
  • give credit
Content
  • story
  • information
Expression
  • feelings
  • mood
Meaning
  • information
  • intent
  • audience
Skill Examples:
  • Imagine and share by responding to teacher questions about different kinds of sounds or music to add to a story from class.
  • Tell or draw steps to turn a story into a media arts production by choosing images (video or still pictures) and sound with prompting.
  • With help, use software or an application to draw a picture to show how a character from a story in class feels and copy and paste that image onto a PowerPoint slide.
  • With help, change the sound or image on a PowerPoint slide in order to express a different feeling.
Develop
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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2) Use ideas to develop plans and/or models for media arts productions.

a. Imagine the elements to create a media arts production related to current storytelling.

Example: Use a recording device such as a phone or tablet to capture students performing a story such as "The Three Little Pigs."

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Creating
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 2: Organize and develop artistic ideas and work.
Process Components: Develop
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artists plan, organize, and develop creative ideas, plans, and models into process structures that can effectively realize the artistic idea.
EQ: How do media artists organize and develop ideas and models into process structures to achieve the desired end product?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Communication
  • talking/ telling
  • drawing, writing
  • share
Media Arts
  • media tools
  • what we see
  • what we hear
  • product, production, artwork
Experimentation
  • add/ take away/ combine
  • try, try, try again
Developing
  • search
  • brainstorm
  • plan, order (sequence)
  • audience
  • construct/ build
Model
  • plan
  • pattern
Elements
  • sounds/ music
  • pictures/ video/ images
  • feeling
  • story/ information
  • audience
Construct
  • make/ build
Capture
  • borrow
  • give credit
Content
  • story
  • information
Expression
  • feelings
  • mood
Meaning
  • information
  • intent
  • audience
Skill Examples:
  • Imagine and share by responding to teacher questions about different kinds of sounds or music to add to a story from class.
  • Tell or draw steps to turn a story into a media arts production by choosing images (video or still pictures) and sound with prompting.
  • With help, use software or an application to draw a picture to show how a character from a story in class feels and copy and paste that image onto a PowerPoint slide.
  • With help, change the sound or image on a PowerPoint slide in order to express a different feeling.
Construct
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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3) Construct and capture media arts content for expression and meaning in media arts productions.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Creating
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 3: Refine and complete artistic work.
Process Components: Construct
Essential Questions:
EU: The forming, integration, and refinement of aesthetic components, principles and processes creates purpose, meaning and artistic quality in media artwork.
EQ: What is required to produce a media artwork that conveys purpose, meaning, and artistic quality? How do media artists improve/refine their work?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Communication
  • talking/ telling
  • drawing, writing
  • share
Media Arts
  • media tools
  • what we see
  • what we hear
  • product, production, artwork
Experimentation
  • add/ take away/ combine
  • try, try, try again
Developing
  • search
  • brainstorm
  • plan, order (sequence)
  • audience
  • construct/ build
Model
  • plan
  • pattern
Elements
  • sounds/ music
  • pictures/ video/ images
  • feeling
  • story/ information
  • audience
Construct
  • make/ build
Capture
  • borrow
  • give credit
Content
  • story
  • information
Expression
  • feelings
  • mood
Meaning
  • information
  • intent
  • audience
Skill Examples:
  • Imagine and share by responding to teacher questions about different kinds of sounds or music to add to a story from class.
  • Tell or draw steps to turn a story into a media arts production by choosing images (video or still pictures) and sound with prompting.
  • With help, use software or an application to draw a picture to show how a character from a story in class feels and copy and paste that image onto a PowerPoint slide.
  • With help, change the sound or image on a PowerPoint slide in order to express a different feeling.
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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4) Modify the content, form, or presentation of media artworks and share results.

Example: Modify a familiar commercial students may see broadcasted.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Creating
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 3: Refine and complete artistic work.
Process Components: Construct
Essential Questions:
EU: The forming, integration, and refinement of aesthetic components, principles and processes creates purpose, meaning and artistic quality in media artwork.
EQ: What is required to produce a media artwork that conveys purpose, meaning, and artistic quality? How do media artists improve/refine their work?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Communication
  • talking/ telling
  • drawing, writing
  • share
Media Arts
  • media tools
  • what we see
  • what we hear
  • product, production, artwork
Experimentation
  • add/ take away/ combine
  • try, try, try again
Developing
  • search
  • brainstorm
  • plan, order (sequence)
  • audience
  • construct/ build
Model
  • plan
  • pattern
Elements
  • sounds/ music
  • pictures/ video/ images
  • feeling
  • story/ information
  • audience
Construct
  • make/ build
Capture
  • borrow
  • give credit
Content
  • story
  • information
Expression
  • feelings
  • mood
Meaning
  • information
  • intent
  • audience
Skill Examples:
  • Imagine and share by responding to teacher questions about different kinds of sounds or music to add to a story from class.
  • Tell or draw steps to turn a story into a media arts production by choosing images (video or still pictures) and sound with prompting.
  • With help, use software or an application to draw a picture to show how a character from a story in class feels and copy and paste that image onto a PowerPoint slide.
  • With help, change the sound or image on a PowerPoint slide in order to express a different feeling.
Producing
Integrate
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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5) Combine arts forms and media content to form media arts products.

Example: Combine dance and video.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Producing
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 4: Select, analyze, and interpret artistic work for presentation.
Process Components: Integrate
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artists integrate various forms and contents to develop complex, unified artworks.
EQ: How are complex media arts experiences constructed?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Arts
  • dance, music, visual art, drama
Creativity
  • many ideas
  • add/ subtract/ modify/ substitute
Choosing
  • what do we know or can learn
  • how much time do we have
  • what tools do we have
Cooperation
  • roles
  • jobs
Skill Examples:
  • With help, record themselves telling a story. Then, draw pictures of the story using software or an application. With help, combine the voice recording with drawings.
  • With a group, pick a story from class and choose how to present that story with images and sounds. Use the tools available to make a media arts presentation of that story.
  • Tell how to add to, subtract from, modify, or what can be substituted in a short video to change the story told.
  • Play with a new application/ media arts tool, and share with the class how it works.
  • Tell the jobs needed to make a short video or sound recording. Make a short video or sound recording with a group of classmates with one person working in each job needed.
  • Watch or listen to a series of short videos that tell different kinds of stories expressing different feelings. Tell the reactions to the stories to the class.
Practice
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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6) Identify and demonstrate basic skills, including handling tools, making choices, and cooperating, in creating media arts productions.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Producing
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 5: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation.
Process Components: Practice
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artists require a range of skills and abilities to creatively solve problems within and through media arts productions.
EQ: What skills are required for creating effective media artworks and how are they improved? How are creativity and innovation developed within and through media arts productions? How do media artists use various tools and techniques?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Arts
  • dance, music, visual art, drama
Creativity
  • many ideas
  • add/ subtract/ modify/ substitute
Choosing
  • what do we know or can learn
  • how much time do we have
  • what tools do we have
Cooperation
  • roles
  • jobs
Skill Examples:
  • With help, record themselves telling a story. Then, draw pictures of the story using software or an application. With help, combine the voice recording with drawings.
  • With a group, pick a story from class and choose how to present that story with images and sounds. Use the tools available to make a media arts presentation of that story.
  • Tell how to add to, subtract from, modify, or what can be substituted in a short video to change the story told.
  • Play with a new application/ media arts tool, and share with the class how it works.
  • Tell the jobs needed to make a short video or sound recording. Make a short video or sound recording with a group of classmates with one person working in each job needed.
  • Watch or listen to a series of short videos that tell different kinds of stories expressing different feelings. Tell the reactions to the stories to the class.
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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Classroom Resources: 0
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7) Identify and demonstrate creative skills within media arts productions.

Examples: Acting, singing, dancing, pantomime, improvisation.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Producing
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 5: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation.
Process Components: Practice
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artists require a range of skills and abilities to creatively solve problems within and through media arts productions.
EQ: What skills are required for creating effective media artworks and how are they improved? How are creativity and innovation developed within and through media arts productions? How do media artists use various tools and techniques?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Arts
  • dance, music, visual art, drama
Creativity
  • many ideas
  • add/ subtract/ modify/ substitute
Choosing
  • what do we know or can learn
  • how much time do we have
  • what tools do we have
Cooperation
  • roles
  • jobs
Skill Examples:
  • With help, record themselves telling a story. Then, draw pictures of the story using software or an application. With help, combine the voice recording with drawings.
  • With a group, pick a story from class and choose how to present that story with images and sounds. Use the tools available to make a media arts presentation of that story.
  • Tell how to add to, subtract from, modify, or what can be substituted in a short video to change the story told.
  • Play with a new application/ media arts tool, and share with the class how it works.
  • Tell the jobs needed to make a short video or sound recording. Make a short video or sound recording with a group of classmates with one person working in each job needed.
  • Watch or listen to a series of short videos that tell different kinds of stories expressing different feelings. Tell the reactions to the stories to the class.
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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8) Discover, practice, and share how media arts creation tools work.

Example: Teach a parent how to make a simple video from available technology.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Producing
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 5: Develop and refine artistic techniques and work for presentation.
Process Components: Practice
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artists require a range of skills and abilities to creatively solve problems within and through media arts productions.
EQ: What skills are required for creating effective media artworks and how are they improved? How are creativity and innovation developed within and through media arts productions? How do media artists use various tools and techniques?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Arts
  • dance, music, visual art, drama
Creativity
  • many ideas
  • add/ subtract/ modify/ substitute
Choosing
  • what do we know or can learn
  • how much time do we have
  • what tools do we have
Cooperation
  • roles
  • jobs
Skill Examples:
  • With help, record themselves telling a story. Then, draw pictures of the story using software or an application. With help, combine the voice recording with drawings.
  • With a group, pick a story from class and choose how to present that story with images and sounds. Use the tools available to make a media arts presentation of that story.
  • Tell how to add to, subtract from, modify, or what can be substituted in a short video to change the story told.
  • Play with a new application/ media arts tool, and share with the class how it works.
  • Tell the jobs needed to make a short video or sound recording. Make a short video or sound recording with a group of classmates with one person working in each job needed.
  • Watch or listen to a series of short videos that tell different kinds of stories expressing different feelings. Tell the reactions to the stories to the class.
Present
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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9) Identify and share roles and contexts in presenting media arts productions.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Producing
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 6: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.
Process Components: Present
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artists purposefully present, share, and distribute media artworks for various contexts.
EQ: How does time, place, audience, and context affect presenting or performing choices for media artworks? How can presenting or sharing media artworks in a public format help a media artist learn and grow?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Arts
  • dance, music, visual art, drama
Creativity
  • many ideas
  • add/ subtract/ modify/ substitute
Choosing
  • what do we know or can learn
  • how much time do we have
  • what tools do we have
Cooperation
  • roles
  • jobs
Skill Examples:
  • With help, record themselves telling a story. Then, draw pictures of the story using software or an application. With help, combine the voice recording with drawings.
  • With a group, pick a story from class and choose how to present that story with images and sounds. Use the tools available to make a media arts presentation of that story.
  • Tell how to add to, subtract from, modify, or what can be substituted in a short video to change the story told.
  • Play with a new application/ media arts tool, and share with the class how it works.
  • Tell the jobs needed to make a short video or sound recording. Make a short video or sound recording with a group of classmates with one person working in each job needed.
  • Watch or listen to a series of short videos that tell different kinds of stories expressing different feelings. Tell the reactions to the stories to the class.
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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10) Identify and share reactions to the presentation of media arts productions.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Producing
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 6: Convey meaning through the presentation of artistic work.
Process Components: Present
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artists purposefully present, share, and distribute media artworks for various contexts.
EQ: How does time, place, audience, and context affect presenting or performing choices for media artworks? How can presenting or sharing media artworks in a public format help a media artist learn and grow?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Arts
  • dance, music, visual art, drama
Creativity
  • many ideas
  • add/ subtract/ modify/ substitute
Choosing
  • what do we know or can learn
  • how much time do we have
  • what tools do we have
Cooperation
  • roles
  • jobs
Skill Examples:
  • With help, record themselves telling a story. Then, draw pictures of the story using software or an application. With help, combine the voice recording with drawings.
  • With a group, pick a story from class and choose how to present that story with images and sounds. Use the tools available to make a media arts presentation of that story.
  • Tell how to add to, subtract from, modify, or what can be substituted in a short video to change the story told.
  • Play with a new application/ media arts tool, and share with the class how it works.
  • Tell the jobs needed to make a short video or sound recording. Make a short video or sound recording with a group of classmates with one person working in each job needed.
  • Watch or listen to a series of short videos that tell different kinds of stories expressing different feelings. Tell the reactions to the stories to the class.
Responding
Perceive
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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11) Recognize and share components and messages in media arts productions.


Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Responding
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 7: Perceive and analyze artistic work.
Process Components: Perceive
Essential Questions:
EU: Identifying the qualities and characteristics of media artworks improves one's artistic appreciation and production.
EQ: How do we 'read' media artworks and discern their relational components? How do media artworks function to convey meaning and manage audience experiences?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Components
  • parts to whole
Author's Intent
  • message
  • entertainment
  • inform
  • humor
Experience
  • feelings
  • reaction
Context
  • time
  • audience
  • place
  • purpose
Meaning
  • information
  • intent
  • audience
Aesthetics
  • pleasing
  • interesting
  • not distracting
Skill Examples:
  • Listen to a podcast or radio drama and tell the parts of the recording and the main idea of the program.
  • Listen to a recording of a story and watch a video of the story. With help, make a Venn Diagram that compares how the two create different experiences for the audience.
  • Watch and/or listen to a series of media arts productions, tell what is seen and heard. Share opinions of the productions by responding to teacher questions.
  • Watch and/or listen to a series of media arts productions, tell what is appealing/ pleasing in each by responding to teacher questions. With prompting, tell changes that could be made.
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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12) Recognize and share how a variety of media arts productions create different experiences.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Responding
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 7: Perceive and analyze artistic work.
Process Components: Perceive
Essential Questions:
EU: Identifying the qualities and characteristics of media artworks improves one's artistic appreciation and production.
EQ: How do we 'read' media artworks and discern their relational components? How do media artworks function to convey meaning and manage audience experiences?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Components
  • parts to whole
Author's Intent
  • message
  • entertainment
  • inform
  • humor
Experience
  • feelings
  • reaction
Context
  • time
  • audience
  • place
  • purpose
Meaning
  • information
  • intent
  • audience
Aesthetics
  • pleasing
  • interesting
  • not distracting
Skill Examples:
  • Listen to a podcast or radio drama and tell the parts of the recording and the main idea of the program.
  • Listen to a recording of a story and watch a video of the story. With help, make a Venn Diagram that compares how the two create different experiences for the audience.
  • Watch and/or listen to a series of media arts productions, tell what is seen and heard. Share opinions of the productions by responding to teacher questions.
  • Watch and/or listen to a series of media arts productions, tell what is appealing/ pleasing in each by responding to teacher questions. With prompting, tell changes that could be made.
Interpret
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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13) Share observations regarding a variety of media arts productions.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Responding
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 8: Interpret intent and meaning in artistic work.
Process Components: Interpret
Essential Questions:
EU: Interpretation and appreciation require consideration of the intent, form, and context of the media and artwork.
EQ: How do people relate to and interpret media artworks?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Components
  • parts to whole
Author's Intent
  • message
  • entertainment
  • inform
  • humor
Experience
  • feelings
  • reaction
Context
  • time
  • audience
  • place
  • purpose
Meaning
  • information
  • intent
  • audience
Aesthetics
  • pleasing
  • interesting
  • not distracting
Skill Examples:
  • Listen to a podcast or radio drama and tell the parts of the recording and the main idea of the program.
  • Listen to a recording of a story and watch a video of the story. With help, make a Venn Diagram that compares how the two create different experiences for the audience.
  • Watch and/or listen to a series of media arts productions, tell what is seen and heard. Share opinions of the productions by responding to teacher questions.
  • Watch and/or listen to a series of media arts productions, tell what is appealing/ pleasing in each by responding to teacher questions. With prompting, tell changes that could be made.
Evaluate
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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14) Share appealing qualities and possible changes in media arts productions.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Responding
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 9: Apply criteria to evaluate artistic work.
Process Components: Evaluate
Essential Questions:
EU: Skillful evaluation and critique are critical components of experiencing, appreciating, and producing media artworks.
EQ: How and why do media artists value and judge media artworks? When and how should we evaluate and critique media artworks to improve them?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Components
  • parts to whole
Author's Intent
  • message
  • entertainment
  • inform
  • humor
Experience
  • feelings
  • reaction
Context
  • time
  • audience
  • place
  • purpose
Meaning
  • information
  • intent
  • audience
Aesthetics
  • pleasing
  • interesting
  • not distracting
Skill Examples:
  • Listen to a podcast or radio drama and tell the parts of the recording and the main idea of the program.
  • Listen to a recording of a story and watch a video of the story. With help, make a Venn Diagram that compares how the two create different experiences for the audience.
  • Watch and/or listen to a series of media arts productions, tell what is seen and heard. Share opinions of the productions by responding to teacher questions.
  • Watch and/or listen to a series of media arts productions, tell what is appealing/ pleasing in each by responding to teacher questions. With prompting, tell changes that could be made.
Connecting
Synthesize
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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15) Use personal experiences and choices in making media arts productions.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Connecting
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 10: Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences.
Process Components: Synthesize
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artworks synthesize meaning and form cultural experience.
EQ: How do we relate knowledge and experiences to understanding and making media artworks? How do we learn about and create meaning through producing media artworks?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Community/ Culture
  • self
  • family
  • neighborhood
  • classroom
  • school
  • city
Safety
  • personal space
  • personal information
  • trusted person
Appropriate
  • purpose
  • permission
  • context
  • audience
Skill Examples:
  • Create a recording to retell a story from class using names from their families and friends.
  • With a prompting, tell a happy memory of listening to or watching a media arts production.
  • With prompting, tell how the story told in a media arts production is like a day at school.
  • Learn to ask permission from a trusted adult about using digital tools and applications and practice with teacher.
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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16) Share memorable experiences of media arts productions.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Connecting
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 10: Synthesize and relate knowledge and personal experiences.
Process Components: Synthesize
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artworks synthesize meaning and form cultural experience.
EQ: How do we relate knowledge and experiences to understanding and making media artworks? How do we learn about and create meaning through producing media artworks?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Community/ Culture
  • self
  • family
  • neighborhood
  • classroom
  • school
  • city
Safety
  • personal space
  • personal information
  • trusted person
Appropriate
  • purpose
  • permission
  • context
  • audience
Skill Examples:
  • Create a recording to retell a story from class using names from their families and friends.
  • With a prompting, tell a happy memory of listening to or watching a media arts production.
  • With prompting, tell how the story told in a media arts production is like a day at school.
  • Learn to ask permission from a trusted adult about using digital tools and applications and practice with teacher.
Relate
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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17) Share ideas in relating media arts productions and everyday life.

Example: Daily activities.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Connecting
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 11: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding.
Process Components: Relate
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artworks and ideas are better understood and produced by relating them to their purposes, values, and various contexts.
EQ: How does media arts relate to its various contexts, purposes, and values? How does investigating these relationships inform and deepen the media artist's understanding and work?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Community/ Culture
  • self
  • family
  • neighborhood
  • classroom
  • school
  • city
Safety
  • personal space
  • personal information
  • trusted person
Appropriate
  • purpose
  • permission
  • context
  • audience
Skill Examples:
  • Create a recording to retell a story from class using names from their families and friends.
  • With a prompting, tell a happy memory of listening to or watching a media arts production.
  • With prompting, tell how the story told in a media arts production is like a day at school.
  • Learn to ask permission from a trusted adult about using digital tools and applications and practice with teacher.
Arts Education (2017)
Grade(s): K
Media Arts
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18) Interact safely and appropriately with media arts tools and environments.

Insight Unpacked Content
Artistic Process: Connecting
Anchor Standards:
Anchor Standard 11: Relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding.
Process Components: Relate
Essential Questions:
EU: Media artworks and ideas are better understood and produced by relating them to their purposes, values, and various contexts.
EQ: How does media arts relate to its various contexts, purposes, and values? How does investigating these relationships inform and deepen the media artist's understanding and work?
Concepts & Vocabulary:
Community/ Culture
  • self
  • family
  • neighborhood
  • classroom
  • school
  • city
Safety
  • personal space
  • personal information
  • trusted person
Appropriate
  • purpose
  • permission
  • context
  • audience
Skill Examples:
  • Create a recording to retell a story from class using names from their families and friends.
  • With a prompting, tell a happy memory of listening to or watching a media arts production.
  • With prompting, tell how the story told in a media arts production is like a day at school.
  • Learn to ask permission from a trusted adult about using digital tools and applications and practice with teacher.