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Fine Arts - Secondary (Fall 2017) Curriculum Secondary Media Arts - Grades 7 and 8 (Fall 2017)
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Core Standards of the Course

Strand: CREATE (78.E.CR.)
Students will conceptualize, generate, develop, and organize artistic ideas and work. They will complete and refine media art works (Standards 78.E.CR.18).

Standard 78.E.CR.1:
Produce a variety of ideas and solutions for media artworks through application of chosen inventive processes.

Standard 78.E.CR.2:
Generate ideas, goals, and solutions for original media artworks through application of focused creative processes.

Standard 78.E.CR.3:
Design, propose, and evaluate artistic ideas, plans, prototypes, and production processes for media arts productions, considering expressive intent and resources.

Standard 78.E.CR.4:
Structure and critique ideas, plans, prototypes, and production processes for media arts productions, considering intent, resources, and the presentation context.

Standard 78.E.CR.5:
Implement production processes to integrate content and components for determined purpose and meaning in media arts productions, demonstrating understanding of associated principles, such as narrative structures and composition.

Standard 78.E.CR.6:
Improve and refine media artworks by intentionally emphasizing particular expressive elements to reflect an understanding of purpose, audience, or place.

Standard 78.E.CR.7:
Coordinate production processes to integrate content and stylistic conventions for determined meaning in media arts productions, demonstrating understanding of associated principles.

Standard 78.E.CR.8:
Refine and modify media artworks, improving technical quality, and intentionally accentuating selected expressive and stylistic elements to reflect an understanding of purpose, audience, and place.


Strand: PRODUCE (78.E.P.)
Students will analyze, interpret, and select artistic work for performance. They will develop techniques and concepts to refine artistic work, and express meaning through the presentation of media works (Standards 78.E.P.17).

Standard 78.E.P.1:
Integrate multiple contents and forms into unified media arts productions that convey consistent perspectives, narratives, themes or ideas.

Standard 78.E.P.2:
Exhibit a set of artistic, design, technical, and soft skills through performing various roles in producing media artwork.

Standard 78.E.P.3:
Exhibit a set of creative and adaptive abilities, in developing solutions within and through media arts productions.

Standard 78.E.P.4:
Demonstrate adaptability using tools and techniques in standard and experimental ways to achieve an assigned purpose and to communicate intent in constructing media artworks.

Standard 78.E.P.5:
Evaluate various presentation formats in order to fulfill various tasks and defined processes in the presentation and/or distribution of media artworks.

Standard 78.E.P.6:
Evaluate the results of and discuss improvements for presenting media artworks, considering impacts on personal growth.

Standard 78.E.P.7:
Design the presentation and distribution of media artworks through multiple formats and/or contexts.


Strand: RESPOND (78.E.R.)
Students will perceive and analyze artistic work and process. They will interpret intent and meaning, and apply criteria to evaluate artistic work and process (Standards 78.E.R.16).

Standard 78.E.R.1:
Describe, compare, contrast, and analyze the qualities of and relationships between the components in media artworks.

Standard 78.E.R.2:
Describe, compare, and analyze how various forms, methods, and styles in media artworks interact with personal preferences in influencing audience experience.

Standard 78.E.R.3:
Compare, contrast, and analyze how various forms, methods, and styles in media artworks manage audience experience and create intention.

Standard 78.E.R.4:
Analyze the intent and meaning of a variety of media artworks using self-developed criteria and focusing on intentions, forms, and various contexts.

Standard 78.E.R.5:
Develop and apply criteria to evaluate various media artworks and production processes, considering context and practicing constructive feedback.

Standard 78.E.R.6:
Evaluate media art works and production processes with developed criteria, considering context and artistic goals.


Strand: CONNECT 78.E.CO.)
Students will synthesize and relate knowledge from personal and collaborative experience to make and receive art. They will relate artistic ideas and works with societal, cultural, and historical context to deepen understanding (Standards 78.E.CO.16).

Standard 78.E.CO.1:
Access, evaluate, and use internal and external resources to inform the creation of media artworks.

Standard 78.E.CO.2:
Explain and show how media artworks form new meanings and knowledge, situations, and cultural experiences.

Standard 78.E.CO.3:
Explain and demonstrate how media artworks expand meaning, knowledge, and cultural experiences.

Standard 78.E.CO.4:
Research and demonstrate how media artworks and ideas relate to various situations, purposes and values.

Standard 78.E.CO.5:
Analyze and responsibly interact with media arts tools and environments, legal and technological contexts, considering copyright, ethics, media literacy, social media, virtual worlds, and digital identity.

Standard 78.E.CO.6:
Explain how media artworks and ideas relate to various contexts, purposes, and values, such as democracy, environment, and connecting people and places.



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Email:  diana.suddreth@schools.utah.gov

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