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Theater - 5th Grade
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Core Standards of the Course
Character One: "Hello."
Character Two: "Hello."
Character One: "What are you doing here?"
Character Two: "What are you doing here?"
Character One: "What's that?"
Character Two: "It came for you."
Character One: "Oh, great."
Character Two: "Want to talk about it?"
Character One: "OK, I guess."
Character Two: "OK."
Understanding Art Forms The student will compare, connect, and incorporate art forms by describing and analyzing methods of presentation and audience response for theatre and dramatic media, including film, television, electronic media, and other art forms.
Analyzing and Constructing Meanings The student will explain personal preferences and construct meanings by responding to improvised and scripted scenes and to theatre, film, television, and electronic media productions.
Analyze and explain how the opposing wants and needs of the protagonist and the antagonist in a dramatic presentation are similar to and different from one's own wants and needs when in conflict with others in real life. (See Language Arts Core.)
Analyze and critique dramatic presentations in terms of both the planning and the playing process using appropriate terminology and constructive suggestions with the intent to refine the work.
Analyze and articulate emotional responses to and personal preferences about constructed meanings for informal and formal theatre experiences from the viewpoints of both actor and audience.